The Foundation plans to develop multi-faceted programs that are conducted throughout the year. The core elements are comprised of Heritage Camps, cultural exchange programs and special events. The Heritage Camps are specially designed programs that carry out the mission of the Foundation in action. The Foundation offers Heritage Camps that are carried out during the summer and winter school breaks. These are designed to maximize cultural immersion, fun, exciting and learning experience, and friendship development. Participants are expected to be fully engaged, actively participating and contributing in all aspects of the program. High school and college students can earn college credits for their participation and successful completion of the program.

Heritage Summer Camp

  • Two sessions are provided during the months of June – August
  • Each session is 5-6 weeks in duration
  • Open to school grades of 4 to 12 and college students
  • Participants stays in the camp on a full-time basis
  • 2 – 4 friends stay per room depending on facility capacity
  • Program curriculum includes a mix of
    • Seminars
    • Workshops
    • Team projects
    • Outdoor activities
    • Mini-sports competition
    • Concerts
    • Community service and exploration
  • Joint student-parent workshop segment is incorporated to encourage parents to participate during the last week of the camp
  • New topics and educational themes are added each year to customize and keep each session unique and current – not a mere duplicate of previous session(s)

Heritage Winter Camp

  • One session is planned during the months of December – January
  • Session is 4 weeks in duration
  • Open to school grades of 4 to 12 and college students
  • Participants stays in the camp on a full-time basis
  • 2 – 4 friends stay per room depending on facility capacity
  • Program curriculum includes a mix of
    • Seminars
    • Workshops
    • Team projects
    • Outdoor activities
    • Mini-sports competition
    • Concerts
    • Community service and exploration
  • Joint student-parent workshop segment is incorporated to encourage parents to participate during the last week of the camp
  • New topics and educational themes are added each year to customize and keep each session unique and current – not a mere duplicate of previous session(s)