A 3-week summer camp program that is building bridges between young Chinese and American children and families through cultural and community service projects
Blue Boy Summer Camps launches its first independent camp taking place June 26 – July 16. It welcomes eighteen 9 to 12-year-old Chinese children and three Chinese teachers to the Escondido community.
Blue Boy Summer Camps is a unique program that caters to young international students. Its mission is to immerse them in a rich American cultural environment. It also provides them with many opportunities to build lifelong relationships locally with Americans through community service projects.
These projects include cultural performances in Escondido, preparing meals with Interfaith, visiting Meadowbrook
Retirement Community, and engaging in a beach clean up, recycling projects, and more.
Blue Boy Summer Camps partners with Grace Christian School’s Summer Camp program. Grace’s American campers and the eighteen Chinese campers will have many opportunities to build friendships through games, activities, and outings.
Founder Noah Vogelsang graduated from Escondido High School and the University of Virginia. He has returned to his hometown after living and working in China for 10 years.
For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 760- 807-2081.