The Taiwanese American Foundation (TAF) is excited to present our 33rd annual summer conference featuring the theme: Grey Matters.
Dates: July 28 – August 4, 2013 (Sun-Sun)
Location: Manchester College
Address: 604 E. College Avenue, North Manchester, IN
Typical Attendance: 220-260
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/tafworld
The programs are organized by the following age groups / grade completed:
Juniors Program: Grades 1-5
Junior High Program: Grades 6-8
Youth Program: Grades 9-12
TAF Labs Program: Young Professionals
TAF Parents Program: Parents
How to register for TAF 2012:
– Go to our website (http://tafworld.org/conference/) and click on “Register” for the link to register online and access information about fees and FAQs.
– Register by July 15 to avoid paying the late registration fee.
How to get to Manchester College:
– One-way buses from Chicago and Detroit areas are available to campers for an additional cost per person.
– Flying? The nearest airport is Fort Wayne Airport (FWA) and a round-trip airport shuttle is available for an additional cost per person.
– Driving address: 604 E. College Avenue, North Manchester, IN
The Taiwanese American Foundation is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization which focuses on developing personal leadership in youth and building strong cultural and social ties within the Taiwanese-American community. TAF strives to empower youth to explore and develop a strong sense of self, compassion and understanding of others, excellent interpersonal skills, and leadership abilities that will impact their surroundings and environment in a meaningful and unique way.
For more about TAF, please visit our website at http://www.tafworld.org and:
– Check out updates from our campers and staff on our blog: http://blog.tafworld.org
– Watch videos on our YouTube channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/tafmediachannel
– Join us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/tafworld
– Follow us on Twitter: @tafstatus / http://www.twitter.com/tafstatus
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