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    The BIG PICTURE Teen Leadership Conference
    TN, Milligan College
    Phone: 423/975-8021
      Milligan College
      The BIG PICTURE Teen Leadership Conference, July 26-31, will be on the campus of Milligan College for high school sophomores, juniors and seniors seeking to define what God call is for their lives. Each day you will have a time of worship accompanied by a praise band. Everyday you will have the opportunity to learn and practice two ministry skills that interest you. You'll be challenged by the experiences of others who have responded to God's call, and you will discover your social styles and spiritual gifts. You will have fun times of recreation and adventure, including a mountain top experience. You will develop a personal action plan to help guide your future decisions and v...[more]
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    The Art Institute of Boston at Lesley University
    MA, Cambridge
    Phone: 800 773 0494
      Lesley University
      Summer Pre-college Program We offer over 30 courses in the visual arts for high school students during the month of July. Courses include, Painting, Graphic Design, Animation, Video, Photography, Handmade Books, Ceramics, Sculpture, Figure Drawing. Most Pre-college courses carry college credit. A full residency program is available with housing and activities that highlight the arts and culture of New England. Contact www.aiboston.edu or call 800 773 0494.
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    Archaeology Summer Program Internships (ANTH 297)
    CA, San Marcos
    Phone: 760-744-1150 x2343
      Palomar College
      The Palomar College Archaeology Program (http//www.palomar.edu/archaeology) offers possible internships in the summer through the vehicle of ANTH 297 (1, 2 or 3 units), Special Problems in Archaeology. The work is usually in the archaeology lab at Palomar, but sometimes involves field work. The extent to which internships are available varies each summer. In addition, every Fall, there is a weekly Saturday Beginning Excavation Class (ANTH 120) which has no prerequisites and takes place across the street from the college at achaeological site SDI-12510/H, a mixed Archaic (3000-8000 years ago) and late 19th-early 20th c. historic site.
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    Summer Mathematics Program for High School Students
    UT, Salt Lake City
    Phone: (801) 585-9478
      University of Utah
      The Summer Mathematics Program for High School Students held each June at the University of Utah provides outstanding students an opportunity to develop their talents to the fullest. By presenting intriguing puzzles, challenging problems and powerful ideas, the program stimulates curiosity, develops the intellect, and lays a strong foundation for future work in mathematics, the sciences, or science related careers. The program consists of four parts: (1) a three-week long class, "Explorations in Number Theory," (2) lunch, where participants get to know each other and the program staff, and where they have the opportunity to discuss mathematics in an informal setting, (3) afternoon works...[more]
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    Indiana University Honors Program in Foreign Languages for High School Students
    IN, South Bend
    Phone: 812-855-5241
      Indiana University - South Bend
      The Indiana University Honors Program in Foreign Languages ranks as one of the very best available at the pre-college level. Around thirty students are selected for each of the seven week programs in: France, Germany, Spain, and Mexico. Each student is placed with a local family during their stay. Intensive study conducted in the foreign language is the focal point of the program. The students are divided into groups of about ten and have classes in phonetics, grammar, conversation, culture, and literature.
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    Intensive English
    TN, Maryville
    Phone: 865-981-8183
      Maryville College
      Intensive English courses, in five or three week sessions. Students from age 16 up may participate. The courses are designed with many levels of instruction. Students whose native language is not English can benefit greatly, and also have fun times on our many trips and activities.
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    Western New York Writing Project (WNYWP)
    NY, Buffalo
      Canisius College
      The WNYWP is a well-established site of the National Writing Project – a nationwide education program that works to improve student writing and thinking. Our goal is to improve the teaching of writing in our area schools. The WNYWP is part of an expanding national network of 170 Writing Project sites. Every year more than 100,000 teachers across the country participate in National Writing Project programs. Teachers come together in the summer, on weekends, and at the end of the school day to learn from other successful teachers how to improve their own teaching of writing. Each summer the Western New York Writing Project identifies exemplary teachers of writing who represent all grad...[more]
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    WI, Milwaukee

    IA, Des Moines
      Grand View University

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    UTAH BUSINESS WEEK
    UT, Logan
    Phone: 801-288-8215
      Utah State University
      Utah Business Week (UBW) is the most unique opportunity you’ll ever have to learn about the American free-enterprise system and what it takes to successfully operate a business. Along the way, you’ll have experiences and make friends you will never forget. Every summer, selected students from throughout Utah gather to work as teams guiding imaginary “companies” to financial success. Using a computerized business simulation, you and your team will develop competitive marketing plans, learn to balance inventories and production, manage a business budget - in short, all the decisions typically needed to operate a business. You’ll also get to associate with and learn from so...[more]
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    OR, Ashland
      Southern Oregon University

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    Theatre Arts (Summer Scholars)
    SC, Greenville
    Phone: 864-294-2155
      Furman University
      This two-week workshop will have a triple focus: 1) theatre games as a means to more expressive acting 2) the development of stage lighting skills 3) the synthesis of these seemingly unrelated skills into a public performance. The morning sessions will explore acting through theatre games including sensory awareness activities, character physicalization, truthful improvisation, and using theatre games as a rehearsal tool for scripted work. In the afternoon sessions, students will work on the basic materials and processes of stage lighting, hanging, focusing, and computer programming of light cues and more advanced stage lighting projects. Both sessions will culminate in a final showcase wher...[more]
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    French Today! (Summer Scholars)
    SC, Greenville
    Phone: 864-294-2155
      Furman University
      Curious about the French education system? Want to hear the latest in French music? Or would you just like to build up your French language skills? In La France Aujourd'hui, students explore contemporary French civilization in a linguistic immersion environment. Topics may include geography, a historical overview, government and politics, the arts, education and media. Learning activities will include extensive use of electronic media for research and presentations of cultural topics and current events. A variety of engaged learning approaches will seek to strengthen proficiency in five language areas: spoken, written, listening, reading and cultural. Classroom learning will be supplemented ...[more]
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