Teens: Make a difference this summer!


Courtesy photo Teens take part in Pueblo Inglés for Teens, a summer camp for native English-speaking teens who mingle with Spanish speaking teens at the camp, teaching them English.
Courtesy photo
Teens take part in Pueblo Inglés for Teens, a summer camp for native English-speaking teens who mingle with Spanish speaking teens at the camp, teaching them English.

Summer is right around the corner. Do you know what you plan on doing yet?
Do you feel like meeting people from all over the globe, seeing new places and taking part in activities, sports and theater, all in English? If so, Pueblo Inglés for Teens is right for you.

Pueblo Inglés for Teens is a summer camp for Spaniards and native English-speaking teens.

According to the official website www.diverbo.com, to volunteer at the camp, you must be a native English speaker between the ages of 13 and 17, have a friendly, outgoing nature, and be willing to help Spanish speaking students practice their English.


If you sign up as a teen volunteer, you will have a blast at one of our rural hotel complexes, tucked away in a beautiful natural setting, away from big cities, where you can play sports, swim and go on excursions — after all, that’s what summer is all about! There are programs in the Spanish provinces of Castilla y Leon, Extremadura and Andalusia, areas that are full of history and tradition.

Programs last two weeks and run throughout the month of July. Transportation from Madrid to and from the venues, accommodation, all meals and all the materials needed to participate in activities are covered. The only costs for the volunteer is the flight to Madrid and the hotel on the first night.

“I had great expectations but never thought I would get more form the experience than the Spaniards,” said Patricia Corcoran, a volunteer from Jenkintown, Pa. “I had an amazing week with amazing people. I can’t wait to do it again.”

For more information and to sign up, visit www.diverbo.com/teens.

(Courtesy of Pueblo Inglés for Teens)

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