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    Converse College Young Writers Summer Workshop
    SC, Spartanburg
      Converse College
      The Young Writers Workshop is a weeklong program including seminars and panels by Converse College faculty and alumni writers. It is geared to a range of interests, designed for writers of all levels of development, and open to motivated rising high school sophomores, juniors and seniors. Students will: receive personal instruction and critique from professional writers in several genres of writing (poetry, fiction, and nonfiction memoir); learn techniques that help writers recognize strengths, potential and avenues for successful writing, editing and publishing; discover new ways to write about and empower their own lives; and participate in a public reading of their work. Admission is sele...[more]
      Deadline : Apr 15, 2005
    Research and Extension Apprenticeship Program
    KY, Frankfort
    Phone: (502) 597-6738
      Kentucky State University
      The Mission of the Research and Extension Apprenticeship Program is to provide new experiences and stimulating challenges to young men and women at Kentucky State University (KSU). In this United States Department of Agriculture's (USDA) Agricultural Research Service (ARS) and Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) sponsored program, young people will have an opportunity to interact, work, and study with professional scientists, researchers, and specialists in a variety of fields related to agriculture, agribusiness, natural resources, and human services.
      Deadline : Apr 15, 2005
    Making of a Scientist
    CO, Denver
    Phone: 303-871-2663
      University of Denver Engineering School
      The Making of a scientist is a college credit course especially designed for high school students interested in computers, math, and science. Students explore the relationship between mathematics and computer science and the applications of computers to science, especially chemistry. Topics include symbolic logic, modular arithmetic, number theory, cryptography, internal workings of a computer, and programming concepts. These ideas are used to design algorithms that are converted to computer programs. Students use their own programs to collect and analyze data leading to an understanding of atomic structures and use a variety of controlled spectroscopic instruments to probe molecular str...[more]
      Deadline : Apr 15, 2005
    TX, Prairie View
    Phone: 936-857-3911
      Prairie View A&M University Engineering School
      The six week summer science camp for forty rising 12th graders, from economically and/ or educationally disadvantaged backgrounds, provides academic enrichment in biology, chemistry, and mathematics. Participants are grouped according to their pre-test scores into small classes to strengthen their performance at their competitive levels.Four class groups are formed based on algebra, trigonometry, calculus I and calculus II. They will be taught selected concepts covered in either high school advanced placement or college freshman biology, chemistry and mathematics courses based on the level of the group.Participants are are provided an opportunity to use science and technology to conduct thei...[more]
      Deadline : Apr 15, 2005
    Creative Connections
    OH, Kent
    Phone: 330 672-1061
      Kent State University Kent
      Get Up! Get Going! Get Learning! Creative Connections offers 3 one-week sessions (7/10-15, 7/17-22, 7/24-29/05) for Ohio gifted students. Participants reside in Kent State University dorms and participate in fun, intensive, experiential classes during the day, culminating in a group presentation. Evenings feature recreational and social activities on campus. 2005 classes: Extreme Biology, Flying High, Nursing: Art & Science, Culture & Communications, Many Seasons Ago..., Kaleidoscope, Digital Video Production, Math Made Meaningful, and Contemporary Art & Popular Culture. See our website for more detailed info. and an application.
      Deadline : Apr 15, 2005
    Summer Youth Institute
    PA, Pittsburgh
    Phone: 412/362-5610 ext. 2281
      Pittsburgh Theological Seminary
      The Summer Youth Institute is an initiative of Pittsburgh Theological Seminary, a graduate school affiliated with the Presbyterian Church USA. For two weeks in July, 36 rising seniors in high school gather on the Seminary campus with faculty, seminarians and SYI alums. The purpose of the Summer Youth Institute is to provide young people a Christian community where they can be challenged to move beyond their comfort zone in order to grow in faith, engage in academic theological study, explore ministry as a vocation, and learn about Pittsburgh Theological Seminary. The Institute fosters intelligent, theologically informed leadership, provides skill training, encourages faith formation, and lau...[more]
      Deadline : Apr 15, 2005
    Summer Honors Institute for Gifted Students
    OH, Portsmouth
    Phone: 740-351-3535
      Shawnee State University
      The purpose of this program is to provide stimulating enrichment experiences that challenge gifted 9th and 10th grade high school students, affording them the opportunity to increase their abilities to think critically and analytically, to communicate effectively, and to grow intellectually, socially, and culturally. Students are encouraged to explore programs that may assist them in determining their future educational and career goals, as well as offering personal enrichment. SSU faculty members develop and teach the courses.
      Deadline : Apr 15, 2005
    Making of an Engineer
    CO, Denver
    Phone: 303-871-2663
      University of Denver Engineering School
      The Making of an Engineer is a college credit course especially designed for high school students interested in engineering. Emphasized is the art and science of engineering including use of tools, lab equipment, Boolean algebra, logic gates, mechanical dissection, instrumentation, and digital systems to practice enginering design. Numerous lab sessions ensure hands-on experience. Small interactive groups meet with professors and practicing engineers to work on special projects such as chaos, robotics, electronics, biomechanics, superconductivity, telecommunications, computer engineering, digital processing, materials characterization, fluids, and thermal science and to discuss engineerin...[more]
      Deadline : Apr 14, 2005
    Women in Engineering at Michigan Technological University
    MI, Houghton
      Michigan Technological University Engineering School
      A one-week workshop in early July each year involving exploration of six to eight fields of engineering and applied technology through role model speakers, laboratory / field experiences and a group project. Other career, financial aid, admissions information, and recreational activities will be provided during evening sessions. Contact: Youth Programs at Michigan Tech University, 1400 Townsend Drive, Houghton, MI 49931 (906-487-2219) Email: Web Site:
      Deadline : Apr 09, 2005
    Explorations in Engineering at Michigan Technological University
    MI, Houghton
      Michigan Technological University Engineering School
      A one-week workshop in mid-July each year involving exploration of six to eight fields of engineering and applied technology through role model speakers, laboratory / field experiences and a group engineering project. Other career, financial aid, admission information, competitions, and recreational activities will be provided during evening presentations. Contact: Youth Programs at Michigan Technological University, 1400 Townsend Drive, Houghton, MI 49931 (906-487-2219) Email: Web Site:
      Deadline : Apr 09, 2005
    Summer College for High School Students
    OH, Portsmouth
    Phone: 740-351-3535
      Shawnee State University
      This program is a unique opportunity for accomplished and motivated high school students to earn transferable college credit while learning from and enjoying the total collegiate experience at a reduced and very reasonable cost. Summer College students enroll in up to 8 hours of actual college courses, reside in newly built, air-conditioned campus housing, receive moderate supervision from residential advisors, and participate in a variety of social and recreational activities. Students may also take advantage of personal development workshops and guidance to promote future success including time management, study skills, budgeting, mentoring, career exploration, self-esteem, diversity, an...[more]
      Deadline : Apr 08, 2005
    Women in Engineering Exploratory Career Camp
    WI, Platteville
    Phone: 608.342.1563
      University of Wisconsin - Platteville
      Is there an Engineer in You? Participate in the highly interactive and fun UW-Platteville Engineering Career Camp for young women in grades 9 - 12 on July 17-22, 2005 OR July 24-29, 2005. You are introduced to the engineering fields through hands-on experiences with UWP professors, alumni, professional engineers and engineering students. The camp also includes awesome and exciting tours to some well-known manufacturing facilities, such as 3M, Rayovac and John Deere.
      Deadline : Apr 02, 2005
    South Dakota Rising Scholars
    SD, Spearfish
      Black Hills State University
      One week summer camp for South Dakota high school juniors. Activities focus on math and science, including canyon hikes, science investigations, and fun with geometry and math puzzles.
      Deadline : Apr 01, 2005
    Theater Study Tour: London, Stratford & Edinburgh
    NJ, Montclair
    Phone: 973-655-4185
      Montclair State University
      This summer study abroad program includes 2 weeks in London,Stratford and Edinburgh focusing on theatre in production. Participants see 8 plays and meet actors, directors, designers, theatre critics and historians, and many more. Two free days, one in London and one in Edinburgh, are included.
      Deadline : Apr 01, 2005
    High School Junior Program
    OH, Cincinnati
    Phone: 513-745-3601
      Xavier University
      5/17-6/24 or 7/6-8/12 We are pleased to extend a special invitation to all current high school juniors who will graduate in June of 2005 to take a college course for credit this summer at Xavier--at a very minimal charge. For the past 32 years, high school students like you have enjoyed studying drama, delving into psychology or learning the language of another culture. They enroll in regular college courses--not classes specially designed just for high school students. Contact the summer sessions office for more information @ 513 745-3601
      Deadline : Apr 01, 2005
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