CAMP CLARET’S ADMINISTRATION TEAM

It is important to note that the excellence of our educational project at Camp Claret is due to the fact that many members of the administrative team have been working together as a team for a great number of years. Thus, the accumulated experience of our members working with children is our key to success.

DIRECTor

 

Father Carmel Lerma, cmf

DIRECTor

 

Ms Pauline Rondeau

 

SECReTARIAT

Josée Martineau
Annie Brassard

COORDinators

Charles St-Maurice
Julie Morin
Chantal Labarre

 

Section heads

ÉTINCELLES

Adèle Soucy

JEAN-RIEURS

Maxime Gauthier-Brulotte

CLAIRE-NATURE

Zoé Provencher

BOUCANIERS

Étienne Plourde

 

Technical advisors

Geneviève Foley
Julien Gobeil-Proulx
Katherine Lacroix

Nurses

Danielle Maurice
Nicole Beaudet

 

management team 2016

MOST VALUED STRENGTH: OUR COUNSELLORS

 

A well-chosen staff remains Camp Claret’s most precious asset.

Our counselors 18 years of age and over are French-speaking and all Cegep or University students chosen with great care because they are adult role-models for our campers.

 

An Award for Excellence

Several criteria are essential to becoming a candidate for the Award: the full one-week intensive training program offered at pre-camp, 8 weeks of work at Camp Claret with campers as a counselor during a same summer as well as 4 progressive evaluations during this time with objectives to be met. When excellence is reached by the end of the summer, the Directors of the Camp will very proudly give an Award of Excellence to the candidate.

This award is very significant and says a lot about the value of the person and the quality of his/her work regarding all aspects of the camp life. This means that the counselor has reached high standards in all of the following criteria :

  • Love of children and a quality presence with them
  • Sense of responsibility

  • Assimilation and meticulous respect of our safety rules

  • Technical and professional know-how

  • Maturity and self-confidence

  • Team spirit and positive attitude
  • Initiative, tenacity and work well done
  • A desire to improve one’s self and high ideals
  • A total commitment to the Philosophy of Camp Claret and its values
  • The Counsellor has earned for himself/herself the total confidence of the Directors.