Nicaragua Service Program
- Five week program for young men, ages 14-16.
- Experience an in-depth service project in a developing country.
- Be immersed in a new culture & make a difference in the lives of others.
- Enjoy a summer camp experience on the shores of beautiful Sebago Lake in Maine.
Campers will spend four weeks at Camp O-AT-KA in Sebago, Maine participating in the rich life of the summer camp program. As a part of their personalized program, they will receive daily instruction in the language, culture, and needs of the community in which they will be working. Language and cultural instruction will be conducted by a qualified, experienced service professional with direct experience in Latin America.
The last week of the program will involve travel to Somatillo, Nicaragua where the campers will home-stay with a family and conduct a service project that helps support a sustainable agricultural system in the community. The campers will be led by O-AT-KA staff and Peace Corps volunteers; Conor Tong and John McAlpine.
Option A: $7,700 all-inclusive for those not participating in the full summer program.
Option B: $10,000 for 7 week campers; inclusive of camp and service trip.
PLEASE NOTE: This program is currently on hold due to the Zika Virus epidemic. For further information or to reserve a future place in this exclusive program, please contact:
Kyle Tong, Executive Director