Caitlin Chipman will be reaching new heights as the Head of our Adventure Challenge activity. 2018 will be Caitlin’s seventh summer on staff, and in that time she’s been a Tribe Leader, a Sports/Adventure Challenge activity counselor and a CIT Program Leader. Caitlin became familiar with the climbing wall and all the course elements throughout all of her Sewataro summers. As a CIT Leader, she traveled to Project Adventure Headquarters twice each summer. This fall, she participated in a Project Adventure Advanced Ropes and Rescue Techniques course. As Caitlin says, “We always stress challenge by choice, but if the progression is purposeful and the campers build confidence slowly, they can get the most out of the experience. Day to day and week to week, Adventure Challenge has the best debriefs that usually build to a tribe goal. I am excited to be a part of that full time next summer!”
Caitlin graduated from Fairfield University in 2010 and is currently teaching math and coaching field hockey at Buckingham Browne & Nichols in Cambridge, MA. She is also working on her Master’s Degree in Education, with a focus on secondary mathematics. Caitlyn enjoys dancing, biking, running and hiking in her free time.