Kid’s Camp

Price
$1,000
Price
$1,000
August 3 - 9, 2020
Available: 15 seats
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165
7-days
Bulgaria
Max People : 15
Cultural, Service Learning
Tour Details

“Kid’s Camp” is an opportunity for Stone & Compass to give back to the local community by providing a FREE camp to local children between the ages of 4-14. The day camp will be run 5 hours per day for 5 days (8/3 to 8/7). This camp will involve traditional camp activities such as arts & crafts, sports, games, and theatre. The camp will also include English instruction and intercultural connections with English speaking kids from the US and/or other countries. This integration will allow for an intercultural exchange and to build international friendships.

Stone & Compass is currently recruiting Bulgarian kids ages 4-14 to participate in the program. This program will be free of charge for Bulgarian children and will include lunch and snacks each day. The program is being co-sponsored and run by Stone & Compass, CSULB Anthropology Department, and The Jake Maxfield Connection.

Departure & Return Location

Airfare to/from Bulgaria not included

Ages

Teens and adults. If you would also like to bring your own children to participate in the program please contact Rob at rob@stoneandcompass.com 

Questions

info@stoneandcompass.com

Itinerary
Day 1-5
Kids Camps

Traditional camp activities such as arts & crafts, sports, games, and theatre. In addition, the camp will feature English instruction and intercultural connections with English speaking kids from the US and/or other countries

Includes/Excludes

Price Includes

  • Lodging
  • Meals
  • Translator
  • Ground Transportation

Price Excludes

  • Airfare
  • Private ExpensesSnacks, gifts, shopping, etc.
Payments

Payment can be made in full or following the payment schedule below.

Total Price

$1,000

Due June 1, 2020

Assist in the administration and running of this camp.

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