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    Summer Institute for Future Teachers
    CT, Willimantic
    Phone: 860 - 465 - 5501
      Eastern Connecticut State University
      The ninth annual Summer Institute for Future Teachers (SIFT), a residential program for thirty rising high school juniors and seniors in teaching for the 21st century, is planned for July 4 – 22, 2005 at Eastern Connecticut State University. Funded by a Connecticut State Department of Education grant to Eastern Connecticut State University and the Capitol Region Education Council, this program is free except for an application and materials fee for Connecticut residents. Activities include observations and participation in regional summer school programs, an undergraduate course earning 3 college credits on teaching, and field trips to museums and other educational institutions.
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      Deadline : Apr 01, 2005
    STEPS
    WI, Menomonie
    Phone: 715-232-1133
      University of Wisconsin Stout
      Summer Technology & Engineering Preview at UW-Stout for Girls (STEPS) is a one-week introduction to the exciting world of technology and engineering.
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      Deadline : Apr 01, 2005
    High School Honors Science, Mathematics, and Engineering program
    MI, East Lansing
    Phone: 517-432-4854
      Michigan State University
      The HSHSP is a 7-week, national residential research program for rising juniors and seniors in HS. Students conduct full-time research under the guidance of a research mentor and explore many facets of careers and college in a supportive setting.
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      Deadline : Apr 01, 2005
    Music and Dance Summer Workshops
    MO, Nevada
    Phone: 1-888-5-COTTEY
      Cottey College
      The Cottey College Music and Dance Workshops are for girls currently in grades nine, ten, and eleven who wish to study music or dance in a college environment. Participants have the opportunity to live on campus while exploring and developing their creativity through technique classes, repertoire, theory, and performance.
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      Deadline : Apr 01, 2005
    Muhlenberg Musical Theatre Workshop
    PA, Allentown
    Phone: 484-664-3693
      Muhlenberg College
      The MUHLENBERG MUSICAL THEATRE WORKSHOP is open to teens ages 14 - 18. The workshop includes work in acting, voice and movement with professional instructors.Classes are conducted four mornings a week over a three week workshop schedule, generally the last week of June and first two weeks of July. High school students working as Summer Interns are also eligible to take the class.
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      Deadline : Apr 01, 2005
    Institute for Future Teachers with Technology
    CT, Willimantic
    Phone: 860 - 465 - 5501
      Eastern Connecticut State University
      The fourth annual Institute for Future Teachers using Technology (IFTUT), planned for June 26 – July 1, 2005, is a one-week workshop on the applications of educational technology in classrooms for rising high school juniors and seniors. Funded by a Connecticut State Department of Education grant to Eastern Connecticut State University and the Capitol Region Education Council, this program is free except for an application and materials fee for Connecticut residents. Activities include participation in a survey course on media and computer applications in education and development of a collaborative project within an undergraduate course earning 1 college credit on educational technolog...[more]
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      Deadline : Apr 01, 2005
    Montclair in Nice
    NJ, Montclair
    Phone: 973-655-4185
      Montclair State University
      This one month-program offers courses for beginning, intermediate and advanced students of French, with one course in language instruction and one course in French civilization. Sightseeing excursions in and around Nice are also included. Faculty accompany the group throughout the program, which includes group air and housing.
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      Deadline : Apr 01, 2005
    Montclair in Madrid
    NJ, Montclair
    Phone: 973-655-4185
      Montclair State University
      This one-month program offers Spanish language, literature and history courses, sightseeing in and near Madrid and in Santander. An MSU faculty member accompanies the group throughout, with group air, housing and meals pre-arranged. Open to high-achieving high school students with a minimum of 3 years of Spanish.
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      Deadline : Apr 01, 2005
    Montclair in Siena
    NJ, Montclair
    Phone: 973-655-4185
      Montclair State University
      This one-month program offers Italian Cultural History and Italian language courses while based in the medieval city of Siena. Five days of travel to Rome, Viterbo and Orvieto are also included. MSU faculty accompany the group throughout, and group air, housing and domestic travel are pre-arranged. Open to high-achieving high school students; no previous Italian language skills required.
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      Deadline : Apr 01, 2005
    Montclair in Shanghai
    NJ, Montclair
    Phone: 973-655-4185
      Montclair State University
      This one-month program in Shanghai offers a course on Chinese Civilization, plus a choice of a second course on traditional Chinese movement and drama, on food and society, on international business and on Chinese linguistics. MSU faculty accompany the group throughout, and a 5-day tour to Xi'an and Beijing is also included. Group air, housing and travel and pre-arranged. Open to high-achieving high school students; no previous Chinese language required.
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      Deadline : Apr 01, 2005
    CLAE
    MN, Northfield
    Phone: 866-SMR-CARL (866-767-2275)
      Carleton College
      Carleton College is honored to host an inspiring summer program designed for the best and brightest college-bound students representing high schools across the country. The Carleton Liberal Arts Experience (CLAE) will select 50 high school students who are current sophomores and bring them to Carleton, all expenses paid, for a one-week summer program. The CLAE program introduces the strengths of a liberal arts education through an array of courses in science, art, social sciences, and technology. Students of African American descent or students who have an interest in African American culture are encouraged to apply.
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      Deadline : Apr 01, 2005
    Stanford University Mathematics Camp (SUMaC)
    CA, Stanford
    Phone: (650) 614 7751
      Stanford University
      Stanford University Mathematics Camp (SUMaC) is for high school students who have exceptional mathematical interest and ability, and who would enjoy being challenge during four weeks of intensive, in-depth, mathematical pursuits. SUMaC provides an environment that fosters social and intellectual development centered on the study and enjoyment of mathematics.
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      Deadline : Mar 31, 2005
    Capital Summer Session
    MD, Takoma Park
    Phone: 301-891-4080
      Washington Adventist University
      Get a jump start on your college degree at Columbia Union College, just minutes away from our nation’s capital! Earn three free college credits, stay in one of our dorm rooms and gain valuable college experience. Also enjoy numerous activities and sights of the Washington D.C. area! Who We Are Columbia Union College is a regionally accredited four year liberal arts college located in Takoma Park, MD, approximately 10 minutes from downtown Washington D.C. The college was established in 1904 and is affiliated with the Seventh Day Adventist Church. Who Can Attend: -High School Juniors must have a 3.0 cumulative G.P.A to attend -High School Seniors mus...[more]
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      Deadline : Mar 30, 2005
    Engineering Summer Program
    WY, Laramie
    Phone: 307-766-4254
      University of Wyoming
      The College of Engineering and the Wyoming Engineering Society offer high school juniors an opportunity to participate in a summer program of hands-on experiences in various engineering fields. You might have a chance to build a digital circuit, study solutions to an environmental issue, test the aerodynamics of a tennis racket, or design timber trusses. Laboratory sessions provide basic instruction: you put your knowledge to the test. As an ESP participant, you'll work one-on-one with faculty members and advanced students. Your curiosity and enthusiasm - not tests and grades - will inspire discovery. This two week program will expand your horizons, develop your creative thinking and proble...[more]
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      Deadline : Mar 25, 2005
    Genesis at Brandeis University
    MA, Waltham
    Phone: 781-736-8416
      Brandeis University
      Genesis is an academic program but it is much more than summer school. Teenagers with different beliefs and practices engage with an exceptional group of scholars, artists, activists, and experiential educators to participate in a dynamic Jewish living experience.
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      Deadline : Mar 18, 2005
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