Concordia University, St. Paul's Hmong Culture and Language Program is hosting its ninth annual summer day camp program for Pre-K through 12th-grade students, titled "Building Cultural Bridges", July 23-August 3 on the Concordia campus.
Students from more than 20 language groups attend this camp which involves the study of literacy, languages, craft making, guitar playing, dance, writing, Hmong and other cultural activities, gardening, tennis and other sports, nutrition, science, with opportunities to explore life on a university campus. Campers are organized in age specific groups facilitated by the student leaders.
Instructors are college students studying to be teachers, as well as local community teachers/leaders, and artists. Both teachers and youth leaders are primarily bilingual.
More information about Concordia's Hmong Culture and Language program can be found here.