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    Summer in Paris, France
    WA, Tacoma
    Phone: 253-566-5381
      Tacoma Community College
      June 29 - July 29, 2006 Cultural Program including four full-day excursions (Versailles, Chartres, Loire valley and Chateau de Vincennes) and two other events such as opera, theater or walking tours. Three levels of French language courses (50 hours each) taught by local faculty including materials and text books.
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      Deadline : Apr 21, 2006
    Urban Journalism Workshop
    MN, Saint Paul
    Phone: 651-962-5282
      University of St Thomas
      Two-week residential summer camp for minority and low-income students grades 9-12 at the University of St. Thomas focused on learning and practicing the skills of journalism. Students report and write articles that are published in Twin Cities daily newspapers, work with professional journalists and college journalism faculty.
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      Deadline : Apr 07, 2006
    Minority High School Scholars Actuarial Academy
    IL, Normal
    Phone: 309-438-7797
      Illinois State University
      This one-week program at Illinois State University is designed especially for African-American, Hispanic, and Native American high school students from across the state and nation who excel in mathematics, enjoy learning, and like to solve complicated problems. If you have a passion for mathematics, and a appetite for knowledge, you may have what it takes to be an actuary. This program will help you decide if an actuary career is a way to use your mathematical ability. The program helps explain what actuaries do, where they work, what they have in common, and if an actuarial career might be a good choice for your students. The Minority High School Scholars Actuarial Academy provides, at ...[more]
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      Deadline : Apr 01, 2006
    Daniel Fox Youth Scholars Institute
    PA, Annville
    Phone: 717-867-6176
      Lebanon Valley College
      A one-week residential, non-credit program that enables exceptional high school students to preview college life. Students take intensive workshop in the sciences, social sciences or humanities choosing from 15 possibilities. Students must be nominated by a teacher or guidance counselor.
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      Deadline : Mar 24, 2006
    PEPP Pre-College Summer Workshop
    KY, Louisville
    Phone: 502-852-0230
      University of Louisville
      The PEPP Pre-college Summer Workshop is a summer residential academic enrichment and career exploration program for graduating high school seniors interested in medicine or dentistry. Participants receive a weekly $80 stipend, housing, classroom materials and local transportation during their stay (June 17 - July 21, 2006). PEPP offers academic enrichment in college level science and math courses, clinical observations,hands on activities and personal and professional development. Students will be equipped with the tools to succeed in college and to prepare for medical or dental school.
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      Deadline : Mar 17, 2006
    Intensive Summer Ulpan
    OH, Beachwood
    Phone: 216-464-4050 x116
      Siegal College of Judaic Studies
      Students acquire or advance their Hebrew skills in reading, writing, speaking and understanding literature and Israeli culture. For local and distance learners.
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      Deadline : Mar 06, 2006
    Minds, Matter & Medicine in the 21st Century
    MA, Worcester
    Phone: 508 793 7431
      Clark University
      This three-week experience will be offered to qualified students about to enter their senior year in high school. The program offers college credit, room and board at absolutely no cost. It will provide an opportunity for students to join our faculty in exploring some of the "hottest" topics in science and math in daily discussions and laboratory workshops.
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      Deadline : Mar 01, 2006
    Math/Science Regional Center
    FL, Daytona Beach
    Phone: (928)777-3874
      Embry Riddle Aeronautical University - Daytona Beach
      Math/Science Regional Center is a six-week summer residential program dedicated to the improvement of high school students' science, technology, engineering and mathematical (STEM) skills. Students take classes facilitated by high school teachers and college professors at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University in Prescott, AZ. Credits earned will be transferred to each student's high school. All program costs are through grant funding, and students absorb no costs for classes or other activities. The final week of the program is devoted to a field trip that focuses on math & science and visitations of college campuses.
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      Deadline : Feb 28, 2006
    U-DOC High School Program
    WA, Seattle
    Phone: 206-685-2489
      University of Washington - Seattle
      U-DOC (June 19-July 30) UDOC is a High School FREE enrichment program for students interested in the health professions. The program is free: Students receive room, board, a small stipend to cover incidentals, and travel assistance. Students will experience: -Exposure to the various health careers and networking opportunities -Pre-med/Pre-dent curriculum overview -Study and writing skills -Interview skills -Test Taking strategies -College survival skills -Shadow medical/dental clinics *Deadline: Feb 28th *Eligible: US citizen/permanent resident, current Junior in High School, students interested in health professions, students from disadvantaged &/or underrespresented mi...[more]
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      Deadline : Feb 28, 2006
    Soccer Camps
    PA, New Wilmington
    Phone: (724) 946-7316
      Westminster College
      High School and Individual Day camps. 2 hrs per day Contact Coach Thakar for more info
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      Deadline : Feb 09, 2006
    American Ballet Theatre Summer Intensive
    TX, Austin
    Phone: 512-232-5301
      University of Texas - Austin Law School
      The University of Texas at Austin became the newest site for American Ballet Theatre's Summer Intensive program in 2001. The summer intensive program is a four-week session, taught by faculty from American Ballet Theatre and The University of Texas Department of Theatre and Dance. It will be held July 9-August 4, 2006 and is geared toward intermediate/advanced dancers age 12-18. The ABT Summer Intensive curriculum will include both high level technique classes and lecture courses on subjects critical to the development of a well-rounded dancer. Classes include ballet technique, pointe, pas de deux, variations, men's class, modern, jazz, character, choreography, meet the artist, pilates, d...[more]
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      Deadline : Jan 07, 2006
    Alverno College's Kids on Campus
    WI, Milwaukee
      Alverno College
      Kids on Campus is a summer enrichment program for students in grades K5-12. All classes take place on the Alverno College campus in Milwaukke, WI. For a catalog of events, please call (414) 382-6221.
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      Deadline : Aug 01, 2005
    Venture Engineering and Science, Computer and Technology Camps
    Phone: 905-525-9140
      McMaster University
      Venture Science and Engineering camp is exploding into another sizzling summer, and only projects this cool could shade you from the heat wave. Venture Juniors (students entering into grades 4 or 5) will be receiving their invitations to Hogwart’s School of Witchcraft and Wizardry this fall, after special training at Venture’s school for young Scientists, Engineers and Magicians! After only a week, campers, skilled in the art of levitation, will be so awesomely powerful that not even trains can stay on the ground. In addition to developing awe-inspiring magical strengths, campers will be privy to the secrets of optical illusions so outstanding you will not believe your eyes and new ...[more]
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      Deadline : Jul 31, 2005
    Lab Skills 102
    WI, Milwaukee
    Phone: 414-456-8191
      Medical College of Wisconsin
      Do you enjoy the challenges of laboratory work? Build your laboratory skills further and enhance your understanding of current biomedical research in Lab Skills 102. Explore additional uses of the techniques of chromatography, measurement and assay, electrophoresis, immunological tests, and bacteriology. This knowledge will further prepare you for high school and college laboratory courses, and help you understand some of the techniques used in research today. Maximum 24 students. Please see our website for additional summer programs.
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      Deadline : Jul 29, 2005
    Summer Academy for Advanced High School Students - II
    CA, Riverside
    Phone: (951) 827-3044
      University of California - Riverside
      High school students can earn lower division course credit toward an undergraduate college degree by attending a distinguished University of California campus. Classes can be taken during either or both Summer Sessions. High school students attend class on campus alongside other UC students and learn about instructor expectations, campus resources, and "what it takes" to succeed at the university level.
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      Deadline : Jul 25, 2005
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