Once a camper has attended camp for a certain amount of sessions and has held true to the tenets of the Ojibwa Way: Kindness, Respect, Fair Play, & Trustworthiness, he will have the opportunity to become an Ojibwa Brave. Being a member of the Braves allows campers to make use of the Braves Trail en route to the main camp campfire site, but more than that, it gives them a chance to be part of the leadership of Camp Ojibwa. The Braves offer guidance to the directors of camp, and make suggestions to improve camp on a day-to-day basis. Every summer, campers in the oldest age group are elected to be officers of the Braves. The officers are consulted throughout the summer on various camp matters. The Chief of the Braves is the head of this council. This is the highest position within the Braves that a camper may attain. The Chief serves as the lead example of a camper exemplifying the Ojibwa way. The position is voted on by his peers and is a lifelong commitment to uphold the values of Camp Ojibwa.