The Korean Culture Camp of Michigan is a non-profit summer day camp that focuses on teaching Korean heritage to all children with an interest in Korean culture (Korean adoptees, siblings and second generation Korean American children). KCCM allows kids to meet other children with similar experiences and to make new friends.
This year is our 24th year hosting a day camp for children from across Michigan and beyond. Camp will be held from June 24-27, 2013 at MacDonald Middle School in East Lansing, Michigan (1601 Burcham Dr., East Lansing, MI 48823). The camp runs from 8:30 am to 3:00 pm Monday through Thursday.
The camp is open to children age three through eighth grade. Children participate in many Korean-themed activities such as crafts, music, , language (Hangul), taekwondo and art. A Korean lunch is provided to the campers Monday through Thursday.
Korean-American college students act as counselors for each class. Each preschooler must have a parent acting as a classroom volunteer in the same preschool classroom.
For more information contact the Registrar at:
©2013 Board of Directors of the Korean Culture Camp of Michigan. Last updated on March 1, 2013.