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    Honors Summer Institute
    FL, Boca Raton
    Phone: 1-800-920-8705
      Florida Atlantic University
      The Wilkes Honors College of Florida Atlantic University runs the Honors Summer Institute at FAU's Jupiter campus. The three-week program brings together high-achieving 10th and 11th graders with the resources and outstanding faculty of the Wilkes Honors College at FAU and researchers from the world-renowned Scripps Research Institute's Florida campus. The theme for Summer 2006 is Science, Technology, and Society. Students will take one of three honors courses taught by distinguished faculty, in a small class setting, and receive 3 college credits. We offer a course in the sciences on biotechnology, a course in the humanities on bioethics, and a course in the social sciences on evolution...[more]
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    Science and Technology Enrichment Program (S.T.E.P.)
    NY, Valhalla
    Phone: 914 -594-3015
      New York Medical College
      This enrichment program is open to highly qualified high school students from New York. The program is funded by the New York State Department of Education and offers underrepresented minority students an opportunity to do research along side graduate students and teachers in order to prepare for a career in medicine. Many of the students are already in Advanced Placement classes in their High Schools and supplement their education with our research program. A high grade point average is recommended as well as the mandatory interview.
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    International Affairs Summer Enrichment Program (IASEP)
    DC, Washington
      Howard University
      Unlike many conventional summer programs, IASEP is unique in its hands-on approach to instruction. As opposed to spending the summer inside a stuffy classroom, IASEP couples instruction with field trips, and interaction with International Affairs professionals on site. Since Howard University is located in Washington, DC, IASEP students have the opportunity to visit major international decision-making headquarters like the Department of State, the World Bank, CNN and Intelsat. Furthermore, students are briefed at various embassies in the area and go on a day trip to New York so that they may visit the United Nations. When they aren't in route to these exciting locations, students are develop...[more]
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    University of Mississippi Summer College for High Schools
    MS, University
    Phone: 662-915-1203
      University of Mississippi
      The University of Mississippi offers Summer College for High Schools students both first and second summer sessions. It includes programs in various academic areas including Liberal Arts, Engineering, Health Professions, Business Administration, Exercise Science, Journalism, Theatre Arts and Creative Writing. The goal for the entire Summer College is to prepare the student to succeed in college while broadening their intellectual and cultural foundation through in-depth study in selected fields of interest. Each student takes two courses in areas of his or her own choice, earning 6 hours of college credit. All Summer College students will earn an additional hour of college credit by enrol...[more]
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    University of Missouri - Rolla Summer Camps
    MO, Rolla
      Missouri University of Science and Technology
      University of Missouri - Rolla offers 8 summer engineering and science camps, all focusing on "hands on" activities. Camps cover different themes including: an introduction to 17 different fields of engineering, Hydrogen power & alternative energy, aerospace, nuclear engineering, science and engineering camps focused on girls and underrepresented populations, and more.
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    UWG Girl's Volleyball Camp
    GA, Carrollton
    Phone: 770/836-6612
      University of West Georgia
      UWG Volleyball coaching staff will conduct a camp this summer for girls (grades 5 – 11) either on a team or just interested in learning to play volleyball. Girls will live at home and come to the university campus each day for instruction (lunch included at Z6). Players will learn fundamentals including: Serving, Forearm pass, Setting, Spiking, Blocking, and Digging. We have limited space in this camp, so register early!
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    Health Careers Opportunity Program Summer Science College
    TN, Memphis
    Phone: 901-448-8418
      University of Tennessee - Memphis
      Meet college freshman and sophomores from schools across the country Participants must be Shelby or Fayette County Residents Hello and thanks for your interest in the HCOP Summer Science College. If you decide to join us you will work with different departments in an internship capacity while shadowing in different hospitals, etc. We also require a half and half schedule where you will be working with professors, graduate and doctorial candidates in their respective fields including epidemiology, pharmacy, neurosciences, gross anatomy, learning skills training for the various disciplines, etc. The stipend is $1600.00 dollars for the 8 weeks. This is an 8 week, M-F, 8-5 exp...[more]
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    Psychology: Understanding Ourselves and Others (Summer Scholars)
    SC, Greenville
    Phone: 864-294-2155
      Furman University
      Why do you do something a certain way? Why do others react like they do? How do you control your behavior? Or, the behavior of others? How do you form opinions of others? How do others view you? As a rising high school junior or senior, you're in the process of becoming an independent adult, rather than simply being someone's child or sibling. The goal of this course is to help you understand your own choices, feelings and actions as well as the basic motives behind others' behavior. You will explore the origin and impact of cognitive attitudes and beliefs, consider the adaptive important of your emotional expressions, and identify the useful purpose of your behavioral habits. The course ...[more]
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    A Mock Trial (Summer Scholars)
    SC, Greenville
    Phone: 864-294-2155
      Furman University
      Thinking of a career in law? Curious about the American judicial system, courtroom procedures, and the components of a trial? If you answered yes, this Summer Scholars Program is for you. The program educates high school students by introducing them to trial practice techniques utilized by the American Mock Trial Association. Students will focus on the hypothetical criminal case, State of Midlands v. Michael Harmon. Using this case, the course will teach participants proper courtroom etiquette, direct and cross examination tactics, the structure of opening and closing statements, the federal rules of evidence, and other matters related to trial advocacy in a criminal matter. Students will be...[more]
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    Early College Program
    IL, Chicago
    Phone: 312/899-7458
      School of the Art Institute of Chicago
      The School offers a residency program and individual classes during the summer. The Summer Institutes are designed to focus the student's interests in one area per session. This way they learn not just what college is like, but what making art is all about. Students choose one subject and study in an intensive environment from 9:00 a.m.—4:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. Each session has the same rigorous pace of all-day classes plus elective evening workshops and weekend activities. Students work hard, learn a lot, and are always excited about the work they produce. All students discover they can do more and better work than they ever thought they could.
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    National Point Guard Basketball Camp
    OH, Granville
    Phone: 724 776-5834
      Denison University
      A basketball camp for high school males and females for serious athletes only. This program teaches basketball morning, afternoon, and evening, so it is not for the casual player. One does not have to have great talent to attend, but must want to improve and learn about the mental aspects of the game. The unique feature of the camp are the classroom sessions in which there are vibrant lectures, game video, and interactive learning meetings. The coaches care about the athletes, and registration is limited in order that the camp does not become too large.
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    Colorado College Pre-College Program
    CO, Colorado Springs
    Phone: 877.894.8727
      Colorado College
      High school students are eligible to enroll in our regular undergraduate summer session courses. In addition to full participation in the courses of their choosing, high school students are offered special residential life and college preparatory programming. Opportunities range from special sessions on the college admission process, college application essay writing, and career opportunities for students after college, to excursions to local attractions, special movie nights, and weekends spent camping in the mountains. We feel that taking real college classes with other college students gives academically motivated high school students a true experience of a liberal arts and sciences educa...[more]
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