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    Wireless Integrated MicroSystems for TEENS
    MI, East Lansing
    Phone: 517-355-8310
      Michigan State University
      The Wireless Integrated MicroSystems (WIMS) for TEENS Summer Residential Program is desinged to be a catalyst in developing students who are motivated and well prepared to choose careers in science, math, and engineering fields, specifically in WIMS. The program encourages boys and girls to study engineering; focus on cutting edge technology; desing and implement research-based experential WIMS curriculum; provide an academically rigorous schedule to maximize living and learning experiences; attend to students' academic, professional, and personal needs in a safe learning environment; create pre-college research opportunities; provide a climate that ensures young people are supported to r...[more]
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      Deadline : Jun 01, 2005
    Lego Robotics to Wireless Integrated MicroSystems
    MI, East Lansing
    Phone: 517-355-8310
      Michigan State University
      The Lego Robotics to Wireless Integrated MicroSystems (WIMS) commuter program is desinged to inspire students to choose careers in science, math, and engineering fields, specifically in WIMS. The program encourages boys and girls to study engineering; focus on cutting edge technology; desing and implement research-based experential WIMS curriculum; provide an academically rigorous schedule to maximize living and learning experiences; attend to students' academic, professional, and personal needs in a safe learning environment; provide a climate that ensures young people are supported to reach their fullest potential.
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      Deadline : Jun 01, 2005
    Lego Robotics to Wireless Integrated MicroSystems for Girls
    MI, East Lansing
    Phone: 517-355-8310
      Michigan State University
      The Lego Robotics to Wireless Integrated MicroSystems (WIMS) for Girls commuter program is desinged to inspire young ladies to choose careers in science, math, and engineering fields, specifically in WIMS. The program encourages girls to study engineering; focus on cutting edge technology; desing and implement research-based experential WIMS curriculum; provide an academically rigorous schedule to maximize living and learning experiences; attend to students' academic, professional, and personal needs in a safe learning environment; provide a climate that ensures young people are supported to reach their fullest potential.
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      Deadline : Jun 01, 2005
    Westminster Basketball Camps
    PA, New Wilmington
    Phone: (724) 946-6342
      Westminster College
      The Titan Basketball Camps are open to both boys and girls and take place over four weeks each summer, led by Titan men's basketball coach Larry Ondako and Lady Titan women's basketball coach Rosanne Scott. Separate sessions are held for boys entering grades 5-12, girls entering grades 5-12 and team camps/shootouts for both men and women. Discounts are available for groups, siblings, past campers and early registration. Camp dates for 2005 are: Boys Camp: July 10-14 (Cost TBA) Girls Camp: June 10-23 (Cost TBA) Boys Team Shootout: June 4-5 (Cost TBA) Girls Team Shootout: June 11-12 (Cost TBA)
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      Deadline : Jun 01, 2005
    Titan Swim Camp
    PA, New Wilmington
    Phone: (724) 946-7315
      Westminster College
      The Titan Swim Camps take place during three weeks annually at the Westminster Natatorium for boys and girls ages 10 and up, and are led by Westminster men's and women's swimming coach Rob Klamut. Camp dates for 2005 are: June 12-16 June 19-23 June 26-30
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      Deadline : Jun 01, 2005
    Titan Baseball Camps
    PA, New Wilmington
    Phone: (724) 946-7334
      Westminster College
      The Titan baseball camp is open to boys ages 8-18, led by Titan head coach Carmen Nocera. The camp is a day camp running for three hours (9 a.m.-12 noon) each day. Camp dates for 2005 are: June 13-16, 2005 ($75 per camper in advance - $90 day of registration) Titan baseball will also hold a mini-camp on Feb. 20, 2005 from 9 a.m.-noon. Cost is $30.
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      Deadline : Jun 01, 2005
    Titan Football Camps
    PA, New Wilmington
    Phone: (724) 946-7310
      Westminster College
      The Titan Football Camp is a teaching camp for boys entering grades 3-9 and is led by members of the Westminster football coaching staff. The 2005 mini-camp is tentatively scheduled for July 26-28, 2005 from 6-8:30 p.m. nightly at the football fields on the Westminster campus. Each camper will also receive a Westminster Mini-Camp t-shirt. Westminster football will also hold a team camp on campus July 5-8, 2005.
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      Deadline : Jun 01, 2005
    Titan Softball Camp
    PA, New Wilmington
    Phone: (724) 946-7319
      Westminster College
      Westminster hosted a girls softball camp for the first time in 2003. The camp is led by Lady Titan softball head coach Jan Reddinger. Camp dates for 2005 are: June 13-16
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      Deadline : Jun 01, 2005
    Summer Advancement
    OH, Dayton
    Phone: 800-837-7433
      University of Dayton
      Qualified high school juniors may take a course at the University of Dayton free of charge and earn credits that can be applied toward any academic major. Applicants must live within commuting distance of the University. It is strongly recommended that applicants rank in the top 20 percent of their class and maintain a 3.0 grade point average. Several course options are available. Contact the University of Dayton via e-mail or phone for further information.
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      Deadline : Jun 01, 2005
    Bugs to Biospheres
    CO, Fort Collins
    Phone: 970-491-1700
      Colorado State University - Fort Collins
      Bugs to Biospheres is a program for students in grades 9 - 12 that provides the opportunity to explore various aspects of the life sciences.
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      Deadline : May 31, 2005
    Summer Vet Program
    CO, Fort Collins
    Phone: 970-491-1700
      Colorado State University - Fort Collins
      The Summer Vet Program gives high school students entering grades 10 - 12 a glimpse into the real field of veterinary medicine.
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      Deadline : May 31, 2005
    Engineering and Beyond
    IA, Ames
    Phone: (515) 294-8365
      Iowa State University
      Engineering and Beyond is a workshop that exposes you to all areas of engineering - it's more than what you think! The workshop is both educational and fun. You will learn a little about all of Iowa State's engineering majors and make some friends too!
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      Deadline : May 31, 2005
    "for girls" soccer camp
    KS, Wichita
    Phone: 316-942-4291 #2336
      Newman University
      Summer residential soccer camp for girls ages 5-18.
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      Deadline : May 30, 2005
    Smith College Summer Science & Engineering Program
    MA, Northampton
    Phone: 413-585-3060
      Smith College
      Girls with dreams of careers in science, engineering, and medicine should make the award-winning Smith College Summer Science & Engineering Program (SSEP) part of their plan. Participants report that month-long SSEP prepares them to tackle tough science courses and to know what to expect in college. Smith College is one of the top-rated colleges in America. SSEP participants are taught by Smith science and engineering faculty, live in a college house alongside Smith undergraduate interns, and have access to all campus facilities. SSEP courses emphasize asking questions and learning by doing. Participants learn how scientists formulate questions, work on sophisticated scientific inst...[more]
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      Deadline : May 30, 2005
    MSU: High School Engineering Institute
    MI, East Lansing
    Phone: (517) 355-6616 ext. 1
      Michigan State University
      The High School Engineering Institute is a six-day summer residential program designed to encourage students to consider engineering as a career option. Students are exposed to eight disciplines within the field of engineering in order that they may better understand the many career pathways that are available. Participants delve into such areas as biosystems, civil, chemical, biomedical, mechanical, and electrical engineering; computer science; and materials science and mechanics. Students with interests in science and math are especially encouraged to attend. The instructional staff is composed of faculty members and graduate assistants at Michigan State University. Questions or request...[more]
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      Deadline : May 28, 2005
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