The Korean Culture Camp of Eastern Michigan is a non-profit summer day camp run by the parents of children they've adopted from Korea. The camp, held one week each summer, teaches the children about their Korean heritage, and allows them to meet other Korean children and make new friends.

The Korean Cultural Camp is an annual event held each June in Michigan. The camp offers children who are either adopted by U.S. families, or their families emigrated from South Korea an opportunity to learn about their native culture and connect with their peers. This year, the camp was held in East Lansing, MI which gave three MSUCOM students the chance to volunteer.