Samsung starts summer camp for teenagers from rural areasSamsung Group started its Samsung Dream Class Summer Camp 2014 on Friday.
A total of 3,000 teenagers in middle schools in rural areas or on islands will attend the three-week program, which the group has been running since 2012 as one of its corporate social responsibility projects.
During the 2014 program, each of the students will receive 150 hours of tutoring for English and mathematics and will also watch ballet and opera performances. About 1,000 college students will mentor the teenagers.
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