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Residential Advisor

The RA Internship program provides a unique leadership opportunity for college, graduate students, and young professionals interested in education, youth mentoring, and community service. We are looking for energetic, enthusiastic self-starters who are passionate about working with youth and helping youth gain an understanding of Chinese-American history and identity and developing the next generation of Chinese-American leaders.

This years program will be held at Regis College in Weston, MA.

Prior experience working with teenagers and leadership experience is preferred. Flexibility, open-mindedness, and a positive attitude are necessary.

RA responsibilities will include:

  • Mentoring high school students ages 14-18 and participating in all activities with them
  • Leading workshops and afternoon elective classes (arts, crafts, sports, or your expertise)
  • Helping students create and put together a project
  • Assisting in the day-to-day running of the camp
  • Running evening activities (e.g. Casino Night, Games Night, Movie Night, Talent Show)
  • Chaperoning field trips

Download the application here. Submit application via e-mail to explorasian@necysc.org no later than April 30


2017 NECYSC Committee

Christopher Chiu (Director), Yu-Tzu Tai (Director), Yun Guo (Assistant Director), Yun-Hua Tseng (Assistant Director)

Karl Cai, Noelle Chan, Wendy Chan, Suzanne Chin, Calvin Chuang, John Crisafulli, Shao Feng, Lisa Gallagher, Meifang Hsu, Grace Kao, Fenny (YiJu) Kuo, Yuying (Lillian) Lee, Sau Sim Lee, Simone Lee, James Lin, Hsienchi Lin, Louise Lu, Stephen Rogers, Christine Ruffley, Ginger Stolzenthaler, Ann Su, Yu-Tzu Tai, Arthur Tswei, Andrea Wang, Zhang Weihong, Sandra Wong, Tina Xia, Lola Yao, Rong Yu

NECYSC is in compliance with 105 CMR 430.00 (State Sanitary Code, Chapter IV, Minimum Sanitation and Safety Standards for Recreation for Children)
Volunteers of NECYSC who have unsupervised contact with children are subject to a Criminal Offender Record Investigation (CORI)
and Sexual Offender Record Investigation (SORI) as required by M.G.L. c. 6, § 172G
NECYSC is granted a license and permit to operate a camp for children in the town of Weston.
Camp plans are available for review by requests by parents. Please send all inquiries to camp director