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Sontgerath said, through newsletters and even inviting the girls who've already done the program to talk to students in the program and be junior counselors.
One of these junior counselors, Jose, explains his return to YDA in this new role, "Summer YDA has helped me become the student and person that I am today.
His role there was to develop and initiate a system of junior counselors in the federal employment offices throughout the country.
Meagan is a volunteer junior counselor for fifth- and sixth-grade students.
I was a junior counselor at a performing arts camp.
They paid Geer by giving him an extra week of camp and later hiring him as a junior counselor.
In fact, Samantha found the camp so beneficial that she could hardly wait until her 15th birthday, when she could become a junior counselor.
May 17, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- The Identity Theft Council (ITC), a non-profit, grassroots organization that provides identity theft victims with free, ongoing support and identity recovery assistance in their local communities, today announced the launch of its first Junior Counselor Program at Abraham Lincoln High School in San Francisco's Sunset District.