Think On 2019 is a 10-day liberal arts international summer camp taking place in Da Lat, Vietnam from July 18th - 27th, 2019. If you have a good command in English and certain level of experise in humanities and arts, social science, technology, engineering and natural science, make sure to apply and join the team of 10 international mentors. Deadline is on March 30.
Each mentor will conduct a workshop related to liberal arts, including humanities and arts, social science, technology, engineering and natural science. Besides workshops, mentors are also responsible for holding a soft skills activity – emotional intelligence, time management, problem solving, interpersonal skills, and critical thinking, that mentees could apply in their daily life.
In between workshops and soft skills activities are draining Amazing Race, the informative and competitive quiz bowl, educational and inspirational field trip, and Speak Up – mentees will deliver their own presentations.
In the final day of the camp the Cultural Fair will take place, where mentors will be presenting their hometown culture and history, demonstrating folk songs and instruments, or playing interactive traditional games and crafts. Think On will invite the Dalat public to attend this half-day event.
Think On dedicates to bringing a platform for Vietnamese high school students to learn about liberal arts education model, meet and make lifelong international friends, cultivate soft and hard skills, expand their knowledge and horizons, and explore potential academic and career life.
With an intensive exposure to liberal arts education, Think On firmly believes that all participants could grasp an interdisciplinary knowledge of all disciplines, sharpen various transferable skills in career, and build a lifelong supportive and kind-hearted community of our generation.
All costs during the project including food, accommodation, materials and transportation will be covered by organizers. However, visa fee and flight tickets to Da Lat City are at mentors own expanse.
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