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The Maritime Leadership Development Program takes place over two weeks. The first taking place at Camp Morton and the second week at Camp Lion Maxwell. The LDP  program is designed for those who have a set of skills they wish to further develop as they strive to become a member of the camp staff family.

The program engages youth in a recreational environment while challenging them to further develop their own leadership skills, learn the operations of camping program, gain experience working with children in a mentorship environment and heighten their own personal growth in camping.

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Location Details

Camp Lion Maxwell
Week One:
Camp Morton is hosted at:
Kejimkujik National Park in Queens County, Nova Scotia.
Week Two
Camp Lion Maxwell is hosted at:
1681 Barss Corner Rd.
Barss Corner, NS
B0R 1A0

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About the Camp

Activities

LDP participants will cover topics related to working at camp as well as general leadership techniques they can use in their home community. Topics include: conflict resolution, managing behaviour, team building and empowerment.

The participants attend both Morton and Camp Lion Maxwell for their summer of training. The first week is a lesson-orientated session and the second week is a practicum-style session to gain hands-on experience.

Campers & Staff

Our campers

Aimed at teens aged 15 to 16, our joint program accepts 15 participants

Our staff

The Leadership Development Program is headed up by a dedicated pair of leadership directors.

The Leadership Directors come to us from:

  • D-Camps’ Leadership Development Program

  • Camp Lion Maxwell’s staff team

  • The D-Camps Atlantic Resource Team 

Participants are supervised by program and medical staff 24 hours a day.

The camp health-care team comes to us from:

  • Diabetes education clinics across Nova Scotia

  • Family practices

  • All departments within the Nova Scotia Health Authority

Diabetes educators, nurses, physicians, registered dietitians and medical students make up this wonderful group and are part of the cabin team.

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