The camps will be held in India from mid September 2011- mid June 2012.
During the month-long YSEL camp, students not only improve their skills and understanding of the English language through daily classes, they also develop a strong sense of unified national identity.
A total of 40 secondary-school-aged boys and girls from different provinces will participate in each of these YSEL Camps. They will take part in English classroom work and a host of activities in a live-in, boarding-school environment. While English language acquisition will be the primary objective of this program, seeding elements of civic education with an emphasis on creating a strong sense of national identity, youth solidarity, and individual responsibility will also be an integral part of the program. Students will develop important life skills such as teamwork, leadership, and the strong belief that they are agents of change, learning through group dynamics, community service, and volunteerism.
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