We have information on our website devoted to camps for English as a Second Language (ESL) listed here: http://www.ourkids.net/esl-camps.php, which denote which type of camp it is and where it's located.
In addition, you may like to use our Advanced Search feature that allows you search for camps based on criteria that's most important to you, including ESL programs, other activities that might suit your nephew's needs and interests here: http://www.ourkids.net/camp/camp-search.php
We also have advice for international campers and families here: http://www.ourkids.net/blog/tips-on-summer-camps-international-students-19480/ that may be helpful in answering some questions about the application process, insurance, and other concerns. Contacting the camp(s) of your choice directly is also a great way to find out about their policies and how they can help make your camper as comfortable as possible.
Attending the upcoming Camp Expo on February 22nd, 2015 is also an excellent opportunity to speak with many different types of camps face to face: http://www.ourkids.net/campexpo/ - many families find this a valuable resource to helping narrow down their camp choices and answering their questions.
Hi, My name is Mila. I am an ECE and music teacher. I live in ontario, Mississauga. i would like to apply to work at some of the summer camps. I tried using your website, but I cannot manage to navigate through it. Can you please advice me on how can I find the names of the camps near by my location. Thank you, Mila
I want my youngest to be in camp next year 2015, he is 4 years old and I don't know what program best for her and and I have my daughter who is 14 years old, she loved painting and doing some arts and craft. Can you please help me to find out what best program good for them. Thank you.