Boston Irish Wolfhounds and Essex County Youth will become London Irish Community Club Partners and the rugby camp taking place next week will launch this partnership.
This will be the first rugby camp the club has run on American soil and will see the London Irish coaches deliver a series of skills workshops to local youngsters.
Ben Lee, Head of Community at London Irish said: "Rugby is an international game and it is important that big name teams, like London Irish, with a great history and talent, support overseas development of the game we love. The core values of rugby can be applied to all walks of life and the language of the sport is global. Essex County Youth have a great set up and with the development work we have done with local clubs in the UK, we are perfectly set up to educate and develop the young players in Boston."
Last summer representatives of Premiership Rugby went to America where they played a key role in the development and promotion of rugby in the country in a visit that was deemed a great success.
Twelve coaches, one from each of the Premiership Rugby clubs, travelled to New York along with four members of Premiership Rugby's Community Team to help promote the game. Premiership Rugby coaches worked with 1,800 New York school children in Queens, Brooklyn, Harlem, Staten Island and the Bronx. The coaches held rugby workshops in Central Park, and attended an end-of-season awards event in Harlem with the youngsters' friends and family.
Wayne Morris, Head of Community at Premiership Rugby, said: "The trip to the USA was a great success. Our programmes demonstrated that Premiership Rugby is a world leader when it comes to community initiatives and I'm delighted that we were given the chance to help promote and grow the game in the USA. It is fantastic that London Irish are returning to America next week to continue to educate and develop rugby in the USA.