Following the successful inaugural Youth Leadership Camp in 2011 – NZCA Auckland is hosting a
second camp on 12-15 December 2013 at Camp Adair, Hunua.
The camp offers a comprehensive leadership, cultural and team building experience for over 40
college aged NZ Chinese/Asian students from across our community. In 2011 the participants came
from Auckland, Wellington, Foxton, Levin, Waikato and even the Gold Coast Australia. The energy
and enthusiasm of Albert King (Inspiration and Leadership Motivation Consultant), our key
facilitator from Singapore, will again be present at the 2013 camp.
Camp Adair is an ideal venue and the key note speakers are a great cross section of leaders across
our community. An alumnus of young support facilitators will help drive a versatile outdoor and
cultural programme. The activities, including confidence courses, Chinese calligraphy and Chinese
traditional dance will ensure an intensive and fulfilling programme.
The benefits will translate into the participants becoming more confident and capable young
leaders within our community. The camp provides a stepping stone to our other NZCA leadership
initiatives being the Leadership and Development Conference (for ages 18 -30) and the social
As part of the programme we will again have a presentation from the versatile Mayor of Gisborne,
Meng Foon, as a keynote speaker. Meng is a talented NZ born Chinese leader who has grown up
from a market garden background, speaks fluent Maori and Cantonese and provides a great
mentoring perspective to the young attendees.
Please spread the word to your family, friends, sons, daughters and wider network – and send in
your expression of interest to attend to
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