Dates: August, 10-14, 2011
Location: Palomar Christian Conference Center, Palomar Mountain, CA
Register here: http://tacl-lid.tumblr.com/registration
Download flyer: http://tacl.org/images/2011%20lidcamp_flyer%20color.jpg
Here’s a great for opportunity for middle school and high school students around southern California – a Taiwanese American youth summer camp that promises to be fun and exciting! Relaunched in 2009, it has grown in size and scope with awesome workshops, speakers, and activities. It was so popular last year, that they capped the number of attendees to 100. Don’t miss out! Register soon!
The Taiwanese American Citizens’ League “Leader Identity Development” (TACL-LID) camp has a storied past. It began in the 1980’s as a way for 1st generation to connect with 2nd generation Taiwanese Americans. The camp has since transformed into one focused on youth to instill a sense of leadership, identity, and community. With a core group of college counselors, campers are transported away from home to various campgrounds each summer and winter. There, they participate in team-building activities and cultural workshops such as rope courses, learning to speak Taiwanese, and how to deal with the various pressures of adolescence.
At the very core of this camp is community. Every activity is separated by big group or small group, which the counselors will lead.
Contact Camp Coordinator Philip Cheng: Philip.Cheng@tacl.org.