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    Introduction to Engineering
    OK, Edmond
    Phone: 405-425-5400
      Oklahoma Christian University
      Is engineering or computer science for you? Use your creativity and innovative ability to solve challenges and make the world a better place. This one-week summer camp for high school juniors and seniors has a theme of wind energy. Build components, test in a wind tunnel, use 3-D graphics in a simulation, build a Lego robot wind direction machine, work with motors and generators, and even put your name in lights. Taught by four faculty with a guest engineer who builds wind farms.
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      Deadline : Jul 18, 2007
    Pace University Summer Scholars Program
    NY, New York
    Phone: 212-346-1192
      Pace University - New York
      Dates: July 15 - July 21, 2007 Grades: 10-11 (co-ed) A 7 day program designed for high school sophomores and juniors to experience university courses and life, while safely exploring New York City! All students will come together for our "Entering University Life" Seminar. This Seminar will bring in university faculty and staff that will explain what universities look for in a strong admissions essay, how you can "beef up" your applications and what to expect when you get to college. The Seminar will provide a host of activities designed to get you prepared for the trips to universities, meetings with faculty, staff and admissions and the hard decisions you'll have to make when de...[more]
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      Deadline : Jun 22, 2007
    Civic Leadership Institute
    IL, Evanston
    Phone: 847-467-2572
      Northwestern University
      The Civic Leadership Institute is a three-week residential summer program offered by the Center for Talent Development's Civic Education Project. The Institute brings together talented and motivated high school students from around the country for a unique urban immersion service-learning experience. Students combine engaging academic work with community service and hands-on field experiences designed to help them develop as stronger leaders and more active citizens. Participants gain the knowledge, leadership skills, and experience necessary to make a positive impact on society while earning high school credit.
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      Deadline : May 22, 2007
    GEOL 111 Geology of Southeast Prince William Sound and Kayak Island
    AK, Valdez
    Phone: 907 424 4567
      Prince William Sound Community College
      This course is a holistic, experiential leap into the science of geology. The course begins mid May with a required set of readings about both general geology and the specific geology of the region. Students are expected to answer questions and participate in online discussions through the course website. The field portion of the course is high paced and intensive and all the relevant fields of geology with be incorporated. After three days in Cordova studying the glaciers and the local geology accessible by road, students will travel in small aircraft to Kayak Island and the Cape St. Elias Lighthouse. For ten days students will explore and map the uninhabited island. Each student will p...[more]
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      Deadline : May 15, 2007
    Design Your Career in Engineering
    GA, Atlanta
    Phone: (404) 894-0777
      Georgia Institute of Technology
      Engineers today require Computer Aided Design and Manufacturing skills to implement ideas, concepts, and innovations, in a challenging, ever changing workplace. This 2-week program hosted by the IPLE Lab at Georgia Tech is designed to involve rising 11th and 12th grade students in Computer Aided Design (CAD) and Manufacturing technology; and to provide students with engineering experiences. Training and implementation of Dassault Systemes Version 5 CATIA and DELMIA Project Lifecycle Management design manufacturing software will be the core of the sessions. Version 5 CATIA is the number one design software used throughout the aeronautical and aerospace industries. The program will be a ...[more]
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      Deadline : May 15, 2007
    Bio@Tech
    GA, Atlanta
    Phone: (404) 385-7137
      Georgia Institute of Technology
      During the summer of 2007 Georgia Tech School of Biology and Center for Education Integrating Science, Math and Computing offers BIO@TECH, an intensive three-week investigative biology experience for high school students with strong interests in the biological sciences. Topics included in each session will vary, and include selections from the following: * "Glow Germs " - creating bacterial cells that glow in the dark. * "CSI: GT" - DNA forensics. * "Power of the Plankton" - ecology of oceanic and freshwater plankton (includes field trip). * "Daughters of Eve" - mitochondrial DNA ancestry. * "Life on the Edge" - microbes found in harsh and extreme environments. ...[more]
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      Deadline : Apr 30, 2007
    Management and Technology Summer Institute
    PA, Philadelphia
    Phone: 215-898-4145
      University of Pennsylvania
      The Management & Technology Summer Institute (M&TSI) is a for credit summer program for rising high school seniors who want to learn about the integration of technological concepts and management principles. Sponsored by The Jerome Fisher Program in Management and Technology, the School of Engineering and Applied Science, and the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, M&TSI features classes taught by leading faculty and successful entrepreneurs, field trips to companies and R&D facilities, intensive team projects, as well as other activities designed to give students the opportunity to learn about the principles and practice of technological innovation. This three-week for-credi...[more]
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      Deadline : Mar 15, 2007
    Management and Technology Summer Institute at the University of Pennsylvania
    PA, Philadelphia
    Phone: 215-898-4145
      University of Pennsylvania
      The Management & Technology Summer Institute (M&TSI) is a for credit summer program for rising high school seniors who want to learn about the integration of technological concepts and management principles. Sponsored by The Jerome Fisher Program in Management and Technology, the School of Engineering and Applied Science, and the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, M&TSI features classes taught by leading faculty and successful entrepreneurs, field trips to companies and R&D facilities, intensive team projects, as well as other activities designed to give students the opportunity to learn about the principles and practice of technological innovation. This three-week for-credi...[more]
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      Deadline : Mar 15, 2007
    New Mexico Tech Summer Mini-Course
    NM, Socorro
      New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology
      A Mini Course is: A one-week college course for high school students for which you get college credit while you learn about a subject you might study in college while living on a college campus learning to live like a college student! You'll take one course full time (morning and afternoon) for a week, learn the latest up-to-date information in that field, and get a taste of what college work will be like. You'll also get valuable career information, and you may earn 1 hour of college credit, which will look great on your future college application! You'll get to live on campus in one of our residence halls, just as college students do. You'll eat in our dining hall, have a...[more]
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      Deadline : Feb 04, 2007
    Debate & Oral Interpretation Camp
    SD, Yankton
    Phone: 605/668-1302
      Mount Marty College
      Debate & Oral Interpretation Camp 2006 Mount Marty College in Yankton, SD July 23-29, 2006 Are you looking for something to add to your college resuem? Debate is a top extra-curricular activity that impresses colleges. Debate Camp aims to empower students with the valuable skills of effective communication, public speaking, leadership, and critical thinking - lifetime skills. The camp offers Lincoln-Douglas Debat, Individual Events, and Oral Interpretation. For more information check out http://www.mtmc.edu/prospective/debate_camp.html Or contact Mount Marty College at 605/668-1302 or csolak@mtmc.edu
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      Deadline : Jul 15, 2006
    College Quest
    WA, Bellingham
    Phone: 360-650-6822
      Western Washington University
      High school students feel the power and enchantment of university life, gearing up for their future. It's an unforgettable week of growth and breakthroughs, complete with dorms and a college course. Program dates: July 16-22, 2006.
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      Deadline : Jul 01, 2006
    Summer Programs for Youth (SPY)
    WA, Bellingham
    Phone: 360-650-6822
      Western Washington University
      Fascinating subjects are explored during weeklong summer camps in sciences, arts, computers, and outdoor adventures. Hands-on activities, lab work and field trips foster learning. Dorm living is optional. 2006 sessions: July 10-14, grades 4-8; July 17-21, grades 4-8; July 24-28, grades 9-12.
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      Deadline : Jul 01, 2006
    Summer Dance Workshop
    LA, Monroe
    Phone: (318)342-1312
      University of Louisiana - Monroe
      Dance491C-23(Summer Dance Workshop) 3Credit Hours. Intensive 10 day workshop in techniques and choreography of ballet, jazz, modern and tap. Renown guest faculty. Dates: July 17-28. Housing and meals available at ULM.
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      Deadline : Jul 01, 2006
    SummerBridge at TC3
    NY, Dryden
    Phone: 607-844-6580
      Tompkins Cortland Community College
      We are pleased to announce that Tompkins Cortland Community College has a new opportunity for high school seniors as they look forward to their transition to college. SummerBridge is an academic program designed to help transition recent high school grads into their first college experience. The program provides an opportunity for students to gain college readiness skills, to start earning college credit, and to qualify for a unique financial aid opportunity. Many students may qualify for financial aid grants such as PELL to help cover the cost of these courses. TC3 will help them through the process. Students need to apply early to qualify for aid.
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      Deadline : Jun 26, 2006
    Stick to Stick Field Hockey Camp
    OH, Granville
    Phone: 740-587-6584
      Denison University
      Stick-to-Stick Field Hockey Camp is available for all skill levels and campers ages 10 to 18. Camp sessions will be limited to less than 100 campers to ensure individual attention and to promote an exceptional learning environment. Special goalkeeping instruction is available. Session 1 June 25-28 This session is ideal for: *Individuals of all skill levels and playing experience *Individuals aged 10-18 *Middle School and High School Teams interested in attending as a group *Early registration and team discounts available*
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      Deadline : Jun 24, 2006
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