A summer camp, usually arranged at the end of a summer semester, is an opportunity of a lifetime for both scholars and their parents. Let’s just say that moms, dads and the siblings all get a break from each other. Particularly in households where teenagers are rapidly approaching their young adult years, it becomes challenging sometimes for all those living under the same roof to get along with each other. There are life’s usual challenges that place pressure on the shoulders of young and old.
And on many occasions, all and sundry, young and old, crave a little private space. But being the social creatures they are, they also crave a bit of me time with like-minded folks of similar age. Going to a Chinese immersion summer camp has been serving Chinese language teenagers and young adults and their parents rather well for just about forty years now. The summer camps hold not just fresh learning opportunities or, as English speaking peers would say, refresher courses, they also offer new opportunities to learn how to integrate more easily and learn new languages.
The opportunities are always rife to learn about new cultures as well. Moms and dads, and now their kids too, must now prepare themselves well for new work and life opportunities abroad. Going on a specialist summer camp helps the young ones to prepare themselves well mentally over and above staying head and shoulders ahead in class. New opportunities abound for those wishing to enter college and university for the first time.
The world’s best universities are not necessarily located in your own home town and there is no reason why you or your child should ever be excluded from such fine opportunities.