In Russia, we will be doing what we call a "Rugged Family Camp." This Camp will be hosted by some of our friends in the far east city of Vladivostok! We will be spending most of our time outdoors in tents. This camp will be unique in that, there will be programming geared toward adults and how to have a successful marriage and family. There will also be programming geared toward their kids. We are trying to create an environment where the kids and their parents can play together and grow together. There will be lessons, singing, dancing, games, and sports.
In Cambodia, we will be doing what we call an "Open" English Camp. This camp will be hosted by an International School in Sihanoukville. Bridging the World English Summer Camps are uniquely designed to help students develop their English vocabulary and speaking ability. A typical day is filled with exciting lessons, singing, dancing, and games. (And lots of laughter and smiles!)
Have an interest in teaching in an all-English Preschool? Bridging the World now offers opportunities to teach in Japan!
To be considered for a lead teaching position, a degree in early childhood education, elementary education, or five years experience teaching in an early childhood classroom is required. To be an English conversation teacher one would need a Bachelor’s degree.
Please contact us for more information regarding full-time job openings.
In Vietnam, we will be doing what we call a "Creative Access" English Camp. This Camp will be hosted by Phung English Coffee, a Coffee house right outside Ho Chi Minh! Bridging the World English Summer Camps are uniquely designed to help students develop their English vocabulary and speaking ability. A typical day is filled with exciting lessons, singing, dancing, and games. (And lots of laughter and smiles!). Our Vietnam camp will consist of a smaller team than other camps this year.
Bridging The World has been doing summer camps in China since 2001. For many years our focus has been on ESL and Spoken English. Now, more than twenty years later, the world has changed a little bit. We are not currently able to travel to China due to the pandemic. That being said, we long to be with our Chinese friends again. We are now planning our next camp in China and are excited to announce that the focus will be on creative arts. This camp will include many different theatrical, musical, and dance components.