More than 80 years ago, founders Tex and Pat Robertson created Camp Longhorn on the shores of Inks Lake and made it a camp like no other. Kids have fun all day, gain confidence in themselves, and forge lifelong friendships as they eat, sleep and play together, returning summer after summer.
Your job here at Camp Longhorn will provide you with more skills than just being a counselor. Living in a cabin with 12 campers and one or two counselors for two or three weeks teaches you how to get along with others – a social skill that is a necessary part of our daily lives. You will be given responsibilities that put you in charge of designated areas, equipment, activities, and events, which will help you learn how to be organized, prepared, and perhaps delegate authority. Because of these demands, you learn the powerful lessons of patience, self-reliance, perseverance, flexibility, and dependability. Not many realize the importance of being a counselor, but to many campers, you make a difference.
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