Programs + Fees

2019 Camp Program Fees

International Camp Staff Packages

IENA have streamlined their pricing package for IENA first time placed participants

First Time Staff Under 21 Years old (Counselors or Support Staff): $1000.
Minimum Staff Salary for up to 9 weeks of camp: $1600
Total Cost to Camp: $2600

First Time Staff Over 21 Years old (Counselors or Support Staff): $1000.
Minimum Staff Salary for up to 9 weeks of camp: $1750
Total Cost to Camp: $2750

Returning or Direct Placement Camp Counselors: $425.
Staff salary negotiated with staff
Total cost varies upon salary negotiated

Returning Camp Support Staff $650.
Staff salary negotiated with staff
Total cost varies upon salary negotiated

Direct Placement Support Staff: $900
Staff salary negotiated with staff
Total cost varies upon salary negotiated

For Direct Placements and Returners Only: There is a $50 express service charge for all applications processed after April 5th, 2019 and a further charge of $100 for applications processed after May 10th, 2019.

Minimum stipend is based on employment for up to 9 weeks. Stipend for each additional weeks should be a minimum of $200 per week

All fees include a $35 SEVIS charge.  If the Department of State increases this charge, all fees will be increased proportionally.

Direct Placement and Returner fees

Fee’s payable for Direct Placements and Returners can be submitted by camp or the participant. Camp indicates this when completing our online agreement and profile. This needs to be one consistent policy. We cannot charge some participants for processing and not others from the same camp. If you wish to do this, you should make arrangements directly with the participant.

We Strongly recommend camps have returner and direct placement applicants pay for their processing. If for any reason, these applicants withdraw after processing, the fees are still payable.

There is no refund for Direct Placements and Returners due to the fact the applicants have not been directly recruited and managed by our team, and often direct placement applicants drop out after processing.