I Want To Be A Camper!

Registration for 2015 is now open!

Click here to register!

SPECIAL!!! CAMP IS NOW 5 NIGHTS, 6 DAYS! (EXTENDED BY 1 DAY)

WHEN: July 28th - August 2nd, 2015

WHERE: Laurel Pines Camp in Angelus Oaks, CA

Early Bird: $349 (Ends June 1)

Regular: $399 (Ends July 24)

1  Form

Click here to fill out our registration form!

2  Payment

After submitting the form, please send a check to TACL-LID within 2 weeks.

Confirm

Once we receive your check, we will confirm your registration.

 Packet

In July, you'll receive a LID Packet with all details to prepare your camper for LID!

Have a question? Check out our FAQ!

Leadership, Identity and Development

LID Camp was founded in 1985 by first generation Taiwanese Americans under TACL (Taiwanese American Citizens League).  Their intent was to connect with second generation Taiwanese Americans by instilling a greater sense of Taiwanese identity and culture and improving their lives.  Today, LID has transitioned to a full second generation leadership and continue to carry on the mission established nearly 30 years ago. To learn more about TACL, visit their website at www.tacl.org

Leadership

The first letter of our program is also the mainstay of our camp. Every activity and interaction comes back to leadership and building up these qualities in our campers. Campers are placed into small groups and work as a team through various activities and challenges to encourage them to work together to achieve a common goal.

Identity

What would our camp be without culture? We're proud to be Taiwanese and we want our campers to be too. Through interactive and educational workshops, we want our campers to leave camp with a renewed appreciation for their heritage and sense of belonging within their community.

Self Development

Growing up from middle school to high school and beyond can be challenging. We want to help our campers grow by being the best role models and support systems available. Whether it's challenging them to take a leap off a 20 feet high ropes, introducing new friends or talking about their future- our goal is to help campers better understand themselves, their peers and the current issues our society face. We hope to inspire and motivate our campers to give to themselves and their community.

Workshops & Activities

Campers will go through small classes called workshops that are based on the three principals (LID). We hope campers will be able to apply the knowledge and skills learned in these workshops throughout their daily lives. Aside from workshops, LID Camp is all about having fun in the outdoors with special activities that are offered in the great outdoors! Below are a few examples of workshops and activities held at LID Camp:

  • Night Market
  • Lantern Making
  • Festivals (Lunar New Year, Dragonboat, Mid-Autumn Festival)
  • Taiwanese & Mandarin Language
  • Food (gua bao, run bing, mochi, plus more!)

  • Hiking
  • Archery
  • Outdoor Activities (Basketball, Food Relay, Team-Building and more!)
  • Stargazing
  • Ropes Course
  • Bonfire

  • Public Speaking
  • High school and college prep
  • Finding your identity
  • Goal Setting
  • Making Friends and much more!

2015 LID Camp Counselor Applications Open!


Being a LID counselor is more than bringing campers to the next activity. You're a fun engineer of the highest degree and a role model for the next generation.

Minimum requirements:


  • Must be at least 18 years old and completed one year of college.
  • Available for summer training (Every weekend from June 20-July 25) and Camp (July 28-Aug 2)
  • Taiwanese/Mandarin a plus!

    Roles & Responsibilities:


  • Pair up with another counselor and lead a group of 8-10 campers through fun workshops and team-building activities.
  • Develop your small group comprised of different backgrounds and personalities into one strong group.
  • Be a role model and mentor for the younger generation and lead them on a path to success.
  • Lead workshops and teach skills that campers can take home and apply to their daily life.
  • And much more!

    There's so many things our counselors take away from camp that we can list on and on, but one thing we can guarantee is that every counselor takes at least one positive aspect from their experience, whether it was a bad or good experience. If you think you're up for the challenge, we want you on the team!

    RETURNING COUNSELORS APPLY HERE!

  • Questions?

    Email us at lidcamp@tacl.org