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    Research Apprentice Program
    SD, Vermillion
    Phone: 605-677-5158
      University of South Dakota Medical School
      This program is to introduce disadvantaged high school students to biomedical and behavioral research. It lasts 6 weeks and is residential on the campus of the University of South Dakota.
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    Summer Scholars
    VA, Lexington
    Phone: 540 458-8727
      Washington and Lee University
      Summer Scholars is a four-week academic program for high school students who have completed the junior year and who have strong adademic credentials. Students choose one of seven curricula, each of which has 3 courses. Also included are field trips, a chorus, art classes, volunteer opportunities, writing lab, athletic program, and social events.
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    Summer Programs at Allegheny College
    PA, Meadville
    Phone: 814.332.3101
      Allegheny College
      Allegheny College (Meadville, PA) hosts numerous summer programs including a 9-day chamber music festival, band camp for adult musicians, athletic camps (residential & day), theatre workshop for high school students, workshops for teachers, and more.
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    Summer Scholars
    AZ, Flagstaff
    Phone: 928 523 1275
      Northern Arizona University
      Summer Scholars provides Native American students a one-week, on-campus pre-college residential experience. Middle and high school participants explore environmental issues, improve their technological skills, and build mentoring relationships with college student assistant instructors. Summer Scholars is a collaborative effort between Northern Arizona University (EEOP-ITEP) and the sponsoring school districts. School districts interested in developing a Summer Scholars Program for their students are invited to contact EEOP.
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    Volunteer Research Programs for High School Students
    MD, Baltimore
    Phone: 410 706-3026
      University of Maryland - Baltimore
      Volunteer Research Programs for High School Students The University of Maryland School of Medicine (UM SoM) and Graduate School of the University of Maryland, Baltimore (UMB) offers both an academic year mentor ship and research program, as well as a summer research program to qualified high school students (rising junior and seniors, and graduates) interested in science and the health professions. The programs provide a venue through which students gain access to the biomedical research environment and receive encouragement to pursue advanced degrees in biomedical or behavioral research and/or enter the health professions. Trainees work with faculty who conduct biomedical/behavioral ...[more]
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    The Arts! at Maryland
    MD, College Park
    Phone: 301-405-8588
      University of Maryland - College Park
      July 10–July 29, 2005, University of Maryland, College Park. An arts-immersed program for high school juniors and seniors featuring performing arts, visual arts and creative writing. Students earn three University of Maryland credit while honing their craft in a collaborative, intense experience. The Arts! targets highly motivated students who are passionate about the arts and thrive in an energetic environment. The program is a collaborative, interdisciplinary experience that offers college credit as well as ample opportunities to exchange ideas with your peers, faculty, and professional artists. The Arts! at Maryland offers ten, three-credit courses in musical theatre, theatre...[more]
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    Gifted Education Resource Institute (GERI)
    IN, West Lafayette
    Phone: 765-494-7243
      Purdue University
      The Gifted Education Resource Institute (GERI) summer programs offer challenging, hands-on learning experiences in dozens of subjects including science, technology, engineering, computers, mathematics, psychology, social studies and the visual arts. Residential students have access to all of the resources of Purdue University, with state-of-the-art classrooms, laboratories, and recreational facilities on a safe and friendly campus. GERI attracts a diverse student body from across the nation and abroad. The GERI summer residential program also provides exciting social opportunities for gifted students through a wide variety of cultural, athletic, and social options ranging from museum visi...[more]
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    Louisiana Tech University Summer Programs
    LA, Ruston
    Phone: (318) 257-3036
      Louisiana Tech University
      Summer Scholars - Graduating seniors with a 22 or higher ACT or 1020 SAT composite score. Summer Enrichment at Tech - Students between their junior and senior year in high school with a 3.0 cumulative GPA or higher.
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    Continuing Education
    MO, Kansas City
    Phone: 816.802.3445
      Kansas City Art Institute
      The Kansas City Art Institute offers classes to the public for ages 6 and up in all areas of fine art. Come explore your creative side by signing up for classes in ceramics, painting, sculpture, fiber, drawing, computer animation and much more.
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    Summer Session
    CA, Santa Cruz
    Phone: (831) 459-2524
      University of California - Santa Cruz
      See http://summer.ucsc.edu/index.html
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    Female Institute for Learning and Development
    VA, Harrisonburg
    Phone: 540-568-6636
      James Madison University
      What: The Female Institute program is an exciting two-week summer program, which provide an opportunity for students who will be entering the 9th through 12th grades to live and learn on a college campus. Who: Rising 9th, 10th, 11th, and return 12th Graders. In the selection process, an emphasis will be placed on students with limited exposure to college, minority students, students who would be first generation college students, and/or students from low socio-economic backgrounds. When: July 10 - July 23, 2005
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    Male Academy for Academic Achievement and Development
    VA, Harrisonburg
    Phone: 540-568-6636
      James Madison University
      What: The Male Academy program is an exciting two-week summer program, which provide an opportunity for students who will be entering the 9th through 12th grades to live and learn on a college campus. Who: Rising 9th, 10th, 11th, and return 12th Graders In the selection process, an emphasis will be placed on students with limited exposure to college, minority students, students who would be first generation college students, and/or students from low socio-economic backgrounds. When: July 10 - July 23, 2005
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    Summer Stars: Summer Programs at Oklahoma City University's Performing Arts Academy
    OK, Oklahoma City
    Phone: 405-208-5410
      Oklahoma City University
      Programs in vocal music, musical theater, brass, strings and percussion for junior high and high school students. Residential programs feature air-conditioned apartments and meals in University dining hall. Day camps and non-residential programs also available for younger campers. Please see website for printable brochure.
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    Juniper Institute for Young Writers
    MA, Amherst
    Phone: (413) 545-5510
      University of Massachusetts - Amherst
      The Juniper Institute for Young Writers offers six days of writing workshops, seminars, craft sessions, and readings by nationally recognized authors including Grace Paley, James Tate, Amy Hempel, Dara Wier, and many more. Students who have finished their junior or senior years of high school are invited to apply. The Juniper Institute for Young Writers joins the Juniper Summer Institute for adults, now entering its third year. Younger participants attend evening readings and select craft sessions hosted by the adult program and participate in specialized workshops and writing seminars geared toward younger writers. All Institute activities, including lunch and dinner each day, take pl...[more]
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