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    Baylor Debaters' Workshop
    TX, Waco
      Baylor University
      A two week, intensive program for 9-12 grade students interested improving their critical thinking, research, writing and speaking skills. The workshop features instruction at the novice, intermediate and championship level of policy debate, Lincoln Douglas debate and Turner Controversy Debate.
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      Deadline : Jul 01, 2004
    Faith Youth Institute
    MA, Newton Centre
      Andover Newton Theological School
      If you are 15-18 years old and looking to explore your faith and exercise your gifts, this is the program for you. At FYI, you will get to ask the difficult questions, create exciting worships and do meaningful community service work. Throughout the week we will be studying John 1 “In the beginning was the Word”. Admission is rolling, but we do have a priority deadline of June 15, 2004.
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      Deadline : Jul 01, 2004
    Summer Scholars Program
    PA, Philadelphia
    Phone: 215-248-7063
      Chestnut Hill College
      Chestnut Hill College offers a High School Summer Scholars Program for outstanding Juniors and Seniors to encourage challenging intellectual work as early as possible in their academic careers. These courses offer transferable college credits (if course grade is C or higher) at a significantly reduced tuition rate. Students recommended to the Summer Scholars Program with a cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 3.2 or higher can enroll in one or two college courses (up to 6 credits).
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      Deadline : Jul 01, 2004
    Summer Sessions
    OR, Portland
    Phone: 503-768-7297
      Lewis & Clark College
      Summer Sessions are designed for: Lewis & Clark students who want to satisfy requirements (including General Education) or concentrate on a topic of special interest. Undergraduates from other colleges or universities - credits are often transferable. Adult students who are looking for a challenging learning experience. High school seniors who want to get a head start on college. Individuals who want to explore a subject through serious classroom study.
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      Deadline : Jul 01, 2004
    Summer Program
    NY, New York
    Phone: 212-349-4330 x117
      Globe Institute of Technology
      High School students can earn 3-6 college credits per summer by taking taking a variety of different course offerings. High School students are entitled to a 50% of discount on their tuition for these summer programs.
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      Deadline : Jun 30, 2004
    McKenna International Fellowship
    CA, Claremont
    Phone: (909) 607-7038
      Claremont McKenna College
      this allows students a full stipend to study internationally for the summer between their sophomore or junior or senior year of college
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      Deadline : Jun 30, 2004
    Political Internship
    CA, Claremont
    Phone: (909) 607-7038
      Claremont McKenna College
      allows students the ability to use a 3,000 stipend to puruse a politcal interest over the summer
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      Deadline : Jun 30, 2004
    Community Service Internship
    CA, Claremont
    Phone: (909) 607-7038
      Claremont McKenna College
      allows freshman to join a nonprofit community service organization and take on a significant leadership project while being paid up to $3,000 by Claremont McKenna.
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      Deadline : Jun 30, 2004
    Summer Youth Program
    IN, Fort Wayne
    Phone: 260-481-6608
      Indiana University Purdue University - Fort Wayne
      This program is designed to prepare the high school student, for life after high school. One day per week, we will focus on self-awareness and self-expression; decision making and goal setting; the college application process and SAT preparation
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      Deadline : Jun 30, 2004
    All Sports/Water Camps
    FL, Melbourne
      Florida Institute of Technology Engineering School
      Hune 28- July 2nd, 2004 (Boys and Girls ages 6-16
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      Deadline : Jun 28, 2004
    Archaeology Field School
    WI, La Crosse
      University of Wisconsin - La Crosse
      Participate in an archaeological dig in the La Crosse, WI area. Explore what it is like to work on small-scale excavations or survey, alongside professional archaeologists for 3 or 5 days, to see if archaeology is for you. Lab work may be included. Supervised dorm facilities are available for high school students under 18 years of age. Dates are July 26 - 28 or July 26 - 30.
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      Deadline : Jun 26, 2004
    Focus on the Possibilities - Engineering
    WI, Milwaukee
    Phone: (800) 332-6763
      Milwaukee School of Engineering
      This week long summer camp for high school students gives you the opportunity to thoroughly explore one of the following career fields: - architectural engineering & building construction - biomedical engineering - electrical engineering - mechanical & industrial engineering - computers The day is spent conducting hands-on lab experiments and classroom interaction with experienced professors from Milwaukee School of Engineering. Recreational activities are in the evenings. Runs July 24 - 29, 2005.
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      Deadline : Jun 24, 2004
    Focus on Nursing
    WI, Milwaukee
    Phone: (800) 332-6763
      Milwaukee School of Engineering
      Be a nurse for a week! This week long summer camp for high school students will explore the exciting, rewarding field of nursing. You will learn about: - Basic CPR - Computers & Nursing field - Assessing patients - History of Nursing During the day is academic programming by experienced nursing faculty from MSOE's School of Nursing. Evening is filled with fun activities. Runs July 24 - 29.
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      Deadline : Jun 24, 2004
    The Art Institute of California-Orange County Summer Teens Workshop
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      At The Art Institute of California- Orange County's Summer Teens Blast, you will participate in exciting workshops in Media Arts & Animation, Graphic Design, Multimedia & Web Design, Game Art & Design or Culinary Arts and create the elements that contribute to the success of a "Hollywood Blockbuster." And there are plenty of other fun activities, too, including the world premiere of your moster movie and a wrap party! To learn more about the Summer Teens Blast, visit http://www.aicaoc.artinstitutes.edu and click on the Summer Teens Blast icon or call 888-549-3055. Don't delay- this event always sells out!
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      Deadline : Jun 22, 2004
    S.E.E.D.S.
    MI, Livonia
      Madonna University
      The purpose of S.E.E.D.S. (Students Enjoying Educational Demonstrations of Science) is to encourage scientific curiosity and to promote a better understanding of the processes of nature. The price of $120.00 will cover four days of science “goodies.” Come, join us and discover the excitement of scientific observations! The adventure starts - this summer
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      Deadline : Jun 21, 2004
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