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Fayrouze Samsamani '01 from France, Bas van Andel '95 from Holland, Martine Vandervelden '93 & '95 from Belgium, and Karin Waspi '99 from Switzerland .Many thanks to our alumni volunteers who came to New York this June to help get ICEP's 50th summer off to a great start. These ICEP alumni shared their enthusiasm, camp stories, and of course their soccer skills, all while helping out with the various projects and events of Orientation.

Pictured here are Fayrouze Samsamani '01 from France, Bas van Andel '95 from Holland, Martine Vandervelden '93 & '95 from Belgium, and Karin Waspi '99 from Switzerland .


Martine and Karin enjoy their Chinese food during a volunteer outing.
Martine and Karin enjoy their Chinese food during a volunteer outing.







Marsha relaxes in Central Park during a counselor soccer game.
Marsha relaxes in Central Park during a counselor soccer game.










Enjoying an afternoon in the Student Center garden while writing postcards
Enjoying an afternoon in the Student Center garden while writing postcards...a postcard was sent to each counselor during the first weeks of camp as a way to stay in touch and give counselors some support as they settle into camp life. This project was one of the many ways volunteers contributed during orientation.


Fayrouze and new ICEP counselor Harsha share a smile at lunch.
Fayrouze and new ICEP counselor Harsha share a smile at lunch.







Bas and Karin play defense during a traditional Orientation soccer match.
What are we waiting for?! Bas and Karin play defense during a traditional Orientation soccer match.










Always ready to learn new things, Karin learns a magic trick from Miguel, a counselor from Portugal.
Always ready to learn new things, Karin learns a magic trick from Miguel, a counselor from Portugal.










Martine wonders what she has gotten herself into during the Human Knot, a teambuilding exercise we often play during Orientation.














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