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    Writing About Film: Creative and Critical Eyes (Summer Scholars)
    SC, Greenville
    Phone: 864-294-2155
      Furman University
      Writing About Film will seek to develop the student's writing skills by focusing on the compelling ways in which films work to engage audiences. As a visual medium, film can often resist easy translation into written expression; yet film's condensed and complex forms of expression also solicit a particular appreciation and understanding that only careful writing (descriptive, interpretive and argumentative modes) can yield. The class will explore how many important filmmakers themselves began or continued to work as creative writers of scripts and/or critical interpreters of film.
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    Flash It! Automations of the Mind (Summer Scholars)
    SC, Greenville
    Phone: 864-294-2155
      Furman University
      Students will integrate video, text, audio, and graphics into immersive, rich experiences, and stunning animations. Macromedia’s Flash MX is the industry standard tool for creating rich Internet applications and video experiences. This one-week course will provide both novices and experienced users with opportunities to develop interactive animations. Other applications topic areas covered: web design, graphic arts, digital video and sound. This course would be ideal for students interested in graphic arts or animation technologies.
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    Fit for Life: Introduction to Health and Human Performance (Summer Scholars)
    SC, Greenville
    Phone: 864-294-2155
      Furman University
      Interested in health, fitness, exercise or nutrition? This week long Summer Scholars program, sponsored by the Health and Exercise Science department, is designed to inform students about the critical components of active and healthy living and the various career opportunities in the field of health and human performance. Participants will study the topics vital to good health and fitness and experience activities which they might not otherwise try. Practicing what they preach, program directors will lead participants in daily physical activity. Each student will craft a personal fitness and wellness plan, and activities related to that plan will be included in the daily programs. The Furman...[more]
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    Summer Session
    MN, Eveleth & Virginia
    Phone: 218-749-0313
      Mesabi Range Community & Technical College
      2 Summer Sessions of Classes
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    Summer College Experience
    PA, York
    Phone: 717-815-1359
      York College Pennsylvania
      The York college Summer College Experience provides qualified local high school students with the chance to enroll in an entry-level college course during the summer between their junior and senior year while receiving a one-third tuition scholarship.
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    IN, Valparaiso
    Cougar Sports Camps
    MD, Lanham
    Phone: 877-793-7227
      Washington Bible College Capital Bible Seminary
      Boys and Girls sports camps. Basketball, Soccer, Volleyball, Baseball, and Football.
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    Saturday Academy Apprenticeships in Science and Engineering
    OR, Portland
    Phone: 503/725-2334
      Portland State University
      The Apprenticeships in Science and Engineering (ASE) Program provides high school freshman, sophomores, and juniors with an exceptional 8-week summer opportunity in a professional, scientific or engineering environment. ASE helps students explore their interests and make informed educational and career decisions. Positions are available throughout Oregon and southwest Washington.
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    LA, Lafayette
      University of Louisiana - Lafayette

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    MN, Brooklyn Park
      Hennepin Technical College

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    NJ, Madison
    Phone: 973-408-3400
    Summer Ministry Teams
    , Sussex, New Brunswic
    Phone: 1-888-432-4444
      Bethany Bible College
      Summer ministry teams are formed each year to minister in camp ministry at different locations on North America.
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    Exalt!
    , Sussex, New Brunswic
    Phone: 1-888-432-4444
      Bethany Bible College
      Exalt! is a choir formed of high school students from across North America who tour the Maritime provinces (Canada) and Maine in the last week of June each year.
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    NASA Pre-Engineering Program (PREP) for Minority Students
    MD, Laurel
    Phone: 800-950-1992
      Capitol College
      The NASA Prep summer enrichment program has been offered at Capitol College for the past 13 years. This 6-week program, run by the faculty and staff of Capitol is fully funded by NASA. Therefore, admission is competitive. Students learn essential college study skills, and take courses in computers, engineering, mathematics, and English. The program prepares students for the rigors of the first year of an engineering or computer science program. The NASA Prep program is offered to minority students who have been accepted to an accredited college and plan to pursue a degree in engineering or computer science fields. Preference is given to graduating high school seniors, but rising s...[more]
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