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Keith Kaiser found a summer camp where kids can train to become international spies, sort of. The Crane House and Los Monitos Language Company are looking for aspiring international agents for a two-week camp.
Participants will learn how to travel internationally through rigorous (and fun) language and culture training. Camp will include daily briefings, food tastings, international etiquette, skills training and more!
3rd through 6th grade students can join the two week camp offered twice June 17 - 28 and July 15 - 26 at the Asia Institute -Crane House in Old Louisville. The cost is $349.