Young adult adventure camps
Admission to these fairs is typically free, and the camps on display vary in their cost from completely subsidized fees to quite expensive.
The Chilean Inglés Abre Puertas (English Opens Doors) program from the Ministry of Education runs each January and July English-language Summer and Winter camps, respectively.
Most children participate in School-camps, Girl Guide/scout camps, or school holiday camps with some religious groups (Such as the Salvation Army and Seventh-Day Adventists) holding week-long Summer Camps.
Girl Guides and Scouts offer 'jamborees' which are camps over 1 to 2 weeks. Many of Australia's youth music organisations hold annual rehearsal camps in summer including the Australian Youth Orchestra's National Music Camp and Gondwana Choirs Gondwana National Choral School.
Camp directors conduct the hiring of seasonal counselors, instructors, and support staff, often during job fairs held on campuses.
At some camps, all campers stay overnight in cabins and eat all their meals in a cafeteria.
Summer camp is a supervised program for children or teenagers conducted during the summer months in some countries.
Children and adolescents who attend summer camp are known as campers.
A summer camp environment may allow children to learn new skills in a safe and nurturing environment.At some camps, also known as day camps, the campers go home each night.Some other camps allow both day and overnight campers.This allows the Cadets (who are aged 12–18 years and therefore the majority attend school) to attend the camps whilst still completing normal schooling. About 70% of Canadian camps tend to be affiliated with organizations, while the rest are private. Summer camp fairs are held throughout Canada, usually during the winter months.Parents and children can meet camp directors and collect information about summer camps.