The Irish Education Academy is very excited to announce the launch of their latest International Programme Generation Ireland which is a 14 day Irish Cultural & Activity Residential Camp based in Donegal, Ireland for the Summer of 2017 for US 13-16 year old teens of the Irish Diaspora.
Generation Ireland will provide a safe, secure and fun environment in which the children will learn the history and culture of Ireland and naturally fall in love with the place their ancestors called home.
The teens will get a great flavour of the Irish Culture via our world renowned song, music and dance. They will get an overall understanding of the modern history of our fair isle – including how our two islands are connected – and an inspiring look into Donegal’s rich folklore.
They will enjoy activities such as surfing and coasteering on the Wild Atlantic Way, mountain climbing and orienteering up the Majestic Errigal Mountain and down the Poisoned Glen.
The creativity of the Irish Traditional Arts will be explored by the craft of wood burning, turf sculpting, Celtic design and traditional Irish cooking.
Day trips will feature lots of fun from cliff hanging to island hopping in the Atlantic to exploring castles and picking shells on miles of golden sandy beaches.
And as the camp is located in the heart of the Donegal Gaeltacht, the Irish speaking region, they will learn some simple phrases of our beautiful language, Gaeilge.
The Generation Ireland team will be in the US for Press Launches on following dates/places:
New York – 12-14 October 2016
Boston – 16-18 October 2016
Rhode Island – 19-20 October 2016
Philadelphia – 21 October 2016
Generation Ireland has been developed by The Irish Education Academy’s Chief Executive, Sinéad Muldoon who lives with her husband and four children in County Galway. Sinéad has enjoyed developing her successful international education business over the past 12 years. The Irish Education Academy’s ethos is the importance of understanding the ripple effect of one act of kindness can have on the world. This ethos is passed on to all students who participate in their programmes.
The GI team consists of 2 on site duty mangers, 8 camp councillors and 2 junior campers, 1 camp mommy and 1 camp chef. All staff are certified by the National Youth Council of Ireland.
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