Grades: 11-12
Dates: July 30 - August 6, 2022
Program Fee: $600

The Counselor in Training (CIT) program provides the opportunity for responsible teens to gain valuable leadership experience. Several CITs are assigned to each group led by one or two counselors. These counselors provide valuable resources for the CITs to learn from. You will interact with campers, counselors, and the teachers and take the opportunity to develop the skills you will need to lead a small group. As a CIT, you will help in daily activities as well as organize evening activities for your group and the whole camp! It is an exciting experience and a good opportunity to make new friends. CITs are not paid and are expected to pay only to cover the cost of room and board for the week.

Campers may apply for the CIT program by filling out the CIT application form. In order to qualify for the CIT program, you must be entering 11th or 12th grade in the Fall. Interview and satisfactory CORI/SORI results are required to be in this program. Contact Assistant Director if you have additional questions.



Counselors are at the frontlines of daily activities. They generally oversee most of the day to day aspects of the camp. A counselor or team of two counselors are responsible for a group of around twenty similarly aged campers. They spend most of the day and daily activities with their group and assisting in classes.

In addition, it is their role to help train and mold the Counselors in Training (CIT) for future positions as counselors. Each counselor is unique and we're looking for responsible and creative young adults to fill these roles.

Counselors are usually at least 18 years of age and entering college at the time of their first counselor position and have usually spent several successful years in the CIT programs themselves. Although this is not necessary, it does give them a benefit of knowing the ins and outs of the camp before taking on a demanding leadership position.

Contact Camp Director if you are interested in this type of position. We are always looking for new members to join our team. An interview is generally conducted and satisfactory CORI/SORI results are required to be in this program.



The Residential Advisor (RA) position for ExplorAsian is a unique leadership role ideal for college/graduate students, and young professionals interested in education, youth mentoring, cultural involvement, and community service. We are looking for energetic, enthusiastic self-starters who are passionate about working with and helping youth gain an understanding of Chinese-American history and identity and developing the next generation of Chinese-American leaders.

ExplorAsian is a week-long intensive overnight camp program in which RAs are interacting with campers from morning until lights out in the evening.

This year's program will be held from July 30 to August 6, 2022 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. Applicants must have already completed one year of college and at least 19 years old.

RA responsibilities will include:

  • * Mentoring high school students ages 14-16 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, Dance Night)
  • * Chaperoning field trips


Committee 2022

Director Gabe Sater, Christopher Chiu
Asst Director Paul Eska
Education Lina Harp, Jane So, Deb Morris
General Admin Wendy Chan
Public Relations David Fox, Hal Ostrom
Registration Hongbo Deng, Sau Sim Lee, Wei Tang, Rong Yu, Ray Zhang
Graphics Noelle Chan
Treasurer Lola Yao