Indian River County 4-H Camp
Camp Cloverleaf is a traditional camp with modern conveniences located on lovely Lake Francis in Highlands County. Campers make lifetime memories by interacting with nature and each other via the 4-H Environmental Education Curriculum.
The Indian River County 4-H Foundation endeavors to assist campers financially, subject to the annual fundraising goals being reached. For more information on requesting a camp scholarship go to the IRC 4-H Foundation webpage at:
IRC 4-H Foundation
Become a Camp Counselor
Being a camp counselor is an excellent opportunity to develop additional leadership, teamwork, decision making and problem solving skills while enjoying the camp experience.
The counseler selection process also helps teens prepare for future job and college application processes by requiring a written application, letters of recommendation and interviews.
Letters of Recommendation
Required from all teen counselors, these letters can be from club leaders, teachers or other adults that can attest to your character. Letters may not be from family members, even if that family member happens to be a club leader or teacher.
Counselor applicants will be questioned by the IRC 4-H Youth Development Agent and/or Camp Advisory Committee Members. All applicants will be interviewed.
Counselors will be required to attend the Camp Counselor Training sessions held at the IRC Extension office and/or at Camp Cloverleaf.
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