LIT-ENTRADA is a program designed to help you grow into the leader that God has made you to be. This program is a 30-day experience for students entering grade 11 or 12 and for recent graduates. After spending a few days at basecamp, LIT participants will head out on ENTRADA, a challenging upper level leadership canoe trip. For over three weeks our LITs will explore remote and rugged Canadian wilderness, all while honing their skills and engaging with leadership themes, philosophies and principles first hand. LITs will earn an Outdoor Council of Canada Field Leader certification, a nationally recognized cert. This time in the wilderness will shape and mold our LITs into self aware, capable, and confident young leaders. Toward the end of their experience, LITs will emerge from the wilderness reshaped and renewed, equipped for living lives of influence, impact and service. This experience wraps up with an extended community service project in a near north Ontario community. Following ENTRADA, LITs will have the opportunity to either return home for the rest of the summer, or join the Coldwater team at our summer basecamp, Camp Norland, for the month of August. For those that choose to stay, LITs will have the opportunity to practice what they learned on ENTRADA by providing leadership during our two BEDROCK Adventure Challenge Camps. Beyond BEDROCK, LITs will work alongside Service Team in running the camp, will complete various service projects in the local community, and will provide leadership as necessary. Upon completion of the summer, those that choose to stay would receive a modest honorarium for their work during August.