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Teach English Abroad In Italy As A Summer Camp Counselor

Posted by Randy LeGrant on Wed, Oct 10, 2012

summer camp counselors teaching english in italyWho wants to go to Italy this summer?

Who wants to go to Italy and live in the hill country this summer?

Who wants to go to Italy, live in the hill country and work with young Italian kids five mornings a week at summer camp teaching English in Italy?

Who wants to go to Italy, live in the hill country, work with young Italian kids five mornings a week at summer camp teaching English in Italy, and snack away on local olives, drink fresh, local Italian wine, and eat amazing Italian food?

We thought so.

Watch this 6 minute video shot last summer in Macerata, home to our Italian summer language camp. If you aren't moved to apply for one of the last 16 spots for Summer 2013, I'm not sure what else we can do!  (We even lowered the fee by $200 from last summer...)  We need 16 more counselors to be in Italy for 1 or 2 months in Macerata next summer.  These spots are filling up FAST.

Read the reviews of returning camp counselors from summer 2012.  And we do have a 2011 video shot at the camp if you're in a video watching mood!

Portrait of Macerata from David Kong on Vimeo.

I shot this film of a small hill-town in Italy in order to give the rest of the world a taste of its enthralling natural and anthropological beauty, a simple exercise in non-narrative video technique.
The current city is over a thousand years old, built on the ruins of an ancient one, and home to one of the oldest universities in Italy.

I shot this on my T2i with Magic Lantern and the Cinestyle preset. I left most of my gear at home this trip and just brought the tiny 18-55mm kit lens, a 50mm f/1.4, a travel tripod, and a custom-built motorized slider.
Edited with Premiere Pro, Audition, After Effects, and Colorista II.

Tags: Teach Abroad, Summer Camp Counselors, Teach English In Italy