The Summer program helps children who are on summer break from their regular school routines with a positive and social atmosphere. Children receive a structured and constructive learning environment.
They also have the opportunity to learn and improve English and take part in music, art, and dance. Additionally, the Summer Program exposes children to international culture while reinforcing indigenous traditions through a range of lessons aimed to help them build their cultural, national, global, and personal identity.
Volunteers play an important interactive role in this program. Their support and presence not only bring positive, encouraging influence to the lives of these children, but they also bring a part of the world to share with these children that they would otherwise not be introduced to.