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    California State Summer School for Mathematics & Science
    CA, Davis
      University of California - Davis
      COSMOS is a four week residential academic program for high achieving math & science students completing grades 9*-12 (*8th graders taking math/science courses beyond the typical track may also apply). COSMOS is at 4 University of California campuses: UC Davis, UC Irvine, UC San Diego, & UC Santa Cruz.
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      Deadline : Mar 15, 2005
    Honors Orchestra Program at Michigan Technological University
    MI, Houghton
      Michigan Technological University Engineering School
      The Honors Orchestra Program offers talented high school students who are serious about their instrument an opportunity to be an integral part of the Pine Mountain Music Festival in Michigan's scenic Upper Peninsula. This 3 week program in early July is held at Michigan Technological University, with residence in the dorms. Students participate in rehearsals and performances of an opera during the music festival, which attracts world-class singers and musicians. Intensive daily rehearsals and master classes introduce students to the rewarding world of the professional musician. Public performances are given in three cities.
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      Deadline : Mar 15, 2005
    GEMS(Girls in Engineering Math and Science)
    MA, Worcester
    Phone: 508-831-5819
      Worcester Polytechnic Institute Engineering School
      GEMS (Girls in Engineering, Math and Science) is a hands-on exploration of engineering, math and science for young women entering the 10th through 12th grades. You will be able to learn more about potential careers in these areas by engaging in labs facilitated by a dedicated team of WPI faculty and students. In addition to labs, participants work in teams on a week-long engineering design project. GEMS isn't all work! The evenings are filled with opportunities for you to have fun with your fellow participants, who come from all over the country. Contact: GEMS, Worcester Polytechnic Institute, 100 Institute Road, Worcester, MA 01609-2280
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      Deadline : Mar 11, 2005
    Engineering State
    UT, Logan
    Phone: 435-797-2843
      Utah State University
      Engineering State is an event held by the College of Engineering for junior and senior high school students. Prospective high school students interested in attending the Utah State University will experience a hands-on, in-depth view of each department within the College of Engineering and solve common problems using the strategies and tools of today's engineers. In an effort to create a lasting impression, the College of Engineering provides a fascinating tour of its state-of-the-art facilities and involves the best members of its faculty and staff to ultimately provide a quality experience. Students will learn about careers in engineering, technology and have the opportunity to make ...[more]
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      Deadline : Mar 05, 2005
    JUMPSTART
    OH, Cincinnati
    Phone: 1-877-344-4698
      Xavier University
      2 WEEK RESIDENTIAL PROGRAM WITH 3 AREAS OF FOCUS: PRE-LAW, PRE-MED AND CRIMINALISTICS. STUDENTS RECEIVE COLLEGE CREDIT.
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      Deadline : Mar 01, 2005
    LLU-NIH IMSD, Office of Minority Student Development in the Biomedical Professions
    CA, Loma Linda
    Phone: (909) 558-8622
      Loma Linda University
      The mission of the office of minority student development in the biomedical professions (OMSDBP) is to develop and coordinate new academic programs to reduce the documented disparity in the number of underrepresented minority students that graduate with doctoral degrees in the biomedical and clinical sciences in the USA. The overall goal is to increase diversity at Loma Linda University School of Medicine which would enable us to continue providing high-quality education to serve in an increasingly diverse local and global community. The specific objective of the office is to increase the number of underrepresented minority students graduating with doctoral degrees in our basic and medical s...[more]
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      Deadline : Mar 01, 2005
    Summer Scholars Program
    NJ, Jersey City
      Saint Peter s University
      Each summer Saint Peter's College awards 150 full-tuition scholarships to outstanding high school students who have just completed their sophomore or junior year. These students attend classes at SPC during the College's regular summer sessions and earn credits that can become part of their college record.
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      Deadline : Mar 01, 2005
    MSMT High School Internships
    PA, Allentown
    Phone: 484-664-3335
      Muhlenberg College
      High school and college students may apply for full time positions with the summer company as interns in technical and administrative areas. Internships with the summer company are available in technical theatre, costume and property crews, administrative assistant and box office positions, and stage management of the children's theatre productions. Inquiries should be sent early in the year and applications are generally due by March 1. Interns work June through the first week of August in technical and administrative positions; one advisor's recommendation is requested with each application. E-mail Bob Grobman to apply.
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      Deadline : Feb 28, 2005
    Young Engineers & Science Program
    CA, Pasadena
    Phone: (626) 395-6207
      California Institute of Technology
      What is YESS? The Caltech Young Engineering & Science Scholars program strives to bring together the country's most talented students together in an intense academic setting and expose them to the joys and rigors of life as scientists and engineers. As a participant you will: - work daily with some of Caltech's most innovative graduate and undergraduate students and postdoctoral fellows - get an up-close view of research being done at Caltech through interactions with some of the world's most distinguished professors and scientists - reside on Caltech's beautiful campus for three-weeks and explore local Southern California attractions - meet and connect with other future young engi...[more]
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      Deadline : Feb 28, 2005
    Shawnee District 14 Science Day
    OH, Portsmouth
    Phone: 740.351.3411
      Shawnee State University
      This program serves students in four counties; Adams, Lawrence, Pike, and Scioto. It is one of 16 district science days operating under The Ohio Academy of Science. The one day event offers students grades 7 - 12 an opportunity to present outstanding science research projects on a district wide level and for the opportunity to go on to State Science Day where they will compete for top awards, including full and partial college scholarships.
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      Deadline : Feb 28, 2005
    Pennsylvania Governor's School for IT
    PA, Philadelphia
      Drexel University
      PGSIT is a full scholarship, residential summer enrichment program in information technology made available to gifted and talented high school students throughout Pennsylvania.
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      Deadline : Feb 02, 2005
    Juilliard Summer Dance Intensive
    NY, New York
    Phone: 212-799-5000 x223
      Juilliard School
      Three-week intensive in ballet and modern for 44 dancers, selected by audition. Dancers also study classical and contemporary partnering, ballroom, music and Understanding Technique. End of session performance. Housing available. Limited financial aid available.
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      Deadline : Feb 01, 2005
    Upward Bound Math Science
    OH, Portsmouth
    Phone: 740-351-3439
      Shawnee State University
      The program is designed to give high school students from Appalachian Ohio, Kentucky, and West Virginia, a feel of what college life maybe like. The program is designed for students who are specifically interested in a math or science career in the future. Students take classes taught by college professors and participate in enrichment and cultural activities that they otherwise would not have the opportunity to do outside of the program. Class date is June 19 through July 29.
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      Deadline : Jan 31, 2005
    Upward Bound
    OH, Portsmouth
    Phone: 740-351-3439
      Shawnee State University
      The program consists of four weeks of classes designed to help prepare Scioto County high school students for the upcoming year of high school. The students additionally participate in enrichment and cultural activities that they may not have the opportunity to participate in outside of the program. Students must be potential first generation college students and meet certain income guidelines to be eligible to be considered for the Upward Bound program. Class date is June 19 through July 22.
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      Deadline : Dec 15, 2004
    Joseph Baldwin Academy
    MO, Kirksville
    Phone: 660-785-5406
      Truman State University
      Truman created the Joseph Baldwin Academy in 1985 in order to provide the benefits of a liberal arts education to students beyond its own undergraduates. Since then the Academy has grown in size from 4 classes with 60 students to 18 classes with 350 students. The Academy provides courses in all areas of the liberal arts, including the humanities, fine arts, natural sciences, and social sciences. All of the Academy's classes are challenging, for they are designed to be the approximate equivalent of a semester-long university course offered during the regular academic year. The faculty members of the Academy's classes structure their courses to suit the interests and abilities of the talented ...[more]
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      Deadline : Nov 19, 2004
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