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Teen Leadership Opportunities in Colorado!

The Knight CIT offering at Renaissance Adventures is a unique leadership program where the teens become mentors to a group of younger kids and assistants to our adult counselors. By engaging in one of our exciting programs (such as Adventure Quest), Knight CITs help with activities, challenges, storytelling, plot dynamics, characters, safety, and leadership.  Once teens have attended Knight CIT training, they can register to attend as a CIT during our summer camps and year-round holiday camps.

Knighthood CIT Details

All would-be and current Knights (including Master and Grandmaster Knights) must attend Knighthood Training, with some exceptions (see “Squires” below). However, those that passed Knighthood Training during a previous year may be able to keep their Knighthood rank for the current year without joining training if they have demonstrated adequate scores on their Knight CIT Evaluations. This is not recommended and should only be considered if the teen cannot attend the training.

Winter/Spring CIT Opportunities.

Knight CITS who have completed training or who have attended as a Squire and have been approved to attend as a CIT are welcome to join us as a CIT this off-season for certain afterschool and school-day-off/holiday quests.

School Day Off & Holiday CampsJanuary 17

February 7, 21

March 21-25

April 22, 25

Varies depending on Date-

check the calendar for details

Varies depending on the program-

check the calendar for details

Friday Afterschool Quests

at September School/

Eben G. Fine Park

Session 1: 1/7-3/4/22

Session 2: 3/11-5/20/22

4-5:30 pmSession 1: $91 for most CITs

Session 2: $101 for most CITs

Free for Mater & Grand Master CITs

To Register as a Knight CIT

To attend camp as a Knight CIT, the teen must be at least 14 years old, have passed Knighthood Training, and be in good standing.  Once your CIT has attended training, you can log in to your account, choose the week or weeks that you wish to enroll in and then pick Knight CIT as your session option.  A 50% discount will automatically be applied to the usual full session fee for the session you choose.  Master and Grandmaster CITs should contact the office to be enrolled to receive their full discount.

For participants already registered for CIT training:

1. Download theKnight CIT Packet

2. Fill out the CIT Survey 


What is a Squire? These are would-be Knights that are not yet full Knights because:
1. They are not yet 14 years old;
2. They did not pass the knighthood test; or
3. They live far from the training location and are unable to attend. In this
case, the teen must have attended camp as a Quester at least twice, and the Quest Leaders must verify
that the teen makes a good candidate. The Squire may undergo a one-week trial period to
prove that they would make a good Knight, after which a decision is made.

Please note, Squires act in the same capacity as a Knight CIT even though they have not attended Training or taken the Knighthood Test. A Squire will undergo a one-week trial period to demonstrate that she or he would make a good Knight. At the end of the trial week, the Quest Leader decides whether the Squire can join as a Knight at apprentice rank, needs one more week as a Squire for proper evaluation, or is not yet ready to become a Knight. If a Squire is enrolled for more than one week, future weeks registered as a Knight are dependent upon the Squire trial period.

To Register as a Squire

Please contact the RA office to register as a squire.  A squire will attend a week long camp session, taking one of our 6 camper spots in the group.  As they will be taking a camper spot, there is not a CIT discount for Squires.  Squire tuition is the same as the camper tuition for the session that you choose.

Program Details

  • Ages 14 to 17 years old (may train at age 13)

  • Assists Quest Leader in mentoring groups of ~6 questers

  • Opportunities to develop storytelling, acting, and leadership skills

  • Opportunities to create interesting challenges & develop characters

  • Grouped with preferred age of students, when possible

  • For other teen programs, see Friday Game Night. See also options for Alumni

See details & dates of upcoming programs:

Program Calendar

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Renaissance Adventures has been a replacement for the Boy Scouts for us. A counterpoint to our hi-tech environment. It is a way for our son to learn teamwork and outdoorsman skills in an imaginative, enchanting way. It’s like having a nintendo adventure game experience offscreen in real time! Thanks for providing this fine opportunity.
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