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    Indiana University Honors Program in Foreign Languages
    IN, Indianapolis
      Indiana University Purdue University - Indianapolis
      Each year about thirty high school juniors studying French, Spanish, and German are selected for each of the seven-week programs: in France, St. Brieuc and Brest; in Germany, Krefeld; in Mexico, San Luis Potosi; and in Spain, Valencia and Ciudad Real. Each student is placed with a local family selected by the coordinators abroad. Intensive study conducted in the foreign language is the focal point of the program. Students are taught by carefully selected teachers in morning classes established exclusively for the Honors Program participants. The emphasis is on improving speaking, listening, and writing skills, to which end a no-English rule prevails while the students are abroad. In the afte...[more]
      Deadline : Oct 01, 2004
    Pre-College Program
    RI, Providence
      Rhode Island School of Design
      The 6-week residential program introduces high school students to the focused, serious and challenging curriculum of a college of art and design.
      Deadline : Aug 02, 2004
    Summer Youth Program at Michigan Technological University
    MI, Houghton
      Michigan Technological University Engineering School
      The Summer Youth Program will introduce you to careers and allow you to develop new skills through laboratory, classroom, and field experiences. The program includes more than seventy one-week explorations, scheduled over a four-week period in July and August each year. An exploration is an intensive week-long look at a particular field or area of interest and is offered in seven different categories designed to introduce you to a world of opportunities. Explorations allow you to learn to use a computer, rappel, or perform diagnostic chemical tests. In other explorations you could paint a landscape, backpack through a scenic wilderness area, or cast molten metal. Each exploration is lead by ...[more]
      Deadline : Aug 01, 2004
    University of California, Riverside Summer Academy for Advanced High School Students - Session II
    CA, Riverside
      University of California - Riverside
      High school students can earn lower division course credit toward their 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 classes on campus alongside other UC students and learn about instructor expectations, campus resources, and "what it takes" to succeed at the university level.
      Deadline : Jul 26, 2004
    Girls Soccer Camps
    FL, Melbourne
      Florida Institute of Technology Engineering School
      Session I Day and Goal Keeper Camp 6/7 thru 6/11 (Ages 7-16) Session II Half day Camp (Ages 5-7) 7/26 thru 7/30
      Deadline : Jul 26, 2004
    Summer Baseball Camps
    FL, Melbourne
      Florida Institute of Technology Engineering School
      Session I 6-7 - 6-10, 2004 Ages 6-14 Session 7/26- 7/29, 2004 Ages 6-14
      Deadline : Jul 26, 2004
    The Thomas More College of Liberal Arts Collegiate Summer Program for High School Students
    NH, Merrimack
    Phone: 800-880-8308
      Thomas More College of Liberal Arts
      . The Program is designed to give high-school students an introduction to the study of liberal arts at the college level. Participants are invited to read good books and articles, form friendships with a variety of students, attend chapel events, and work with teachers who are alumni of the College and have pursued graduate studies in their discipline. Each student is tutored to improve his or her writing; students also gain experience in public speaking.
      Deadline : Jul 25, 2004
    12th Annual Snorkeling Camp
    FL, Melbourne
      Florida Institute of Technology Engineering School
      Boys and Girls Ages 6-13 Camp Session I 6/7 thru 6/11 Camp Session II 6/14 thru 6/18 Camp Session III 7/19 thru 7/23
      Deadline : Jul 19, 2004
    Summer Honors Program for High School Students
    PA, Indiana
    Phone: 1-800-487-9122
      Indiana University of Pennsylvania
      Robert E. Cook Honors College's Summer Honors Program is a place where talented high school students come together for one to three weeks and form a community of scholars who explore academic and collegiate living in a real college setting. Working closely with dedicated professors offers promising students the unique opportunity to experience college life while still in high school. Students will live with counselor-in-residence in one of IUP's residence halls, share meals in the dining hall, and learn with senior IUP professors during each day's classes. Evening activities expose students to college life outside the classroom. The program closes with a Saturday brunch with faculty ...[more]
      Deadline : Jul 10, 2004
    Summer Arts Academy
    NY, Bronx
      City University of New York Lehman College
      The Summer Arts Academy provides high school juniors and seniors the opportunity to experience college level studies in the arts and mass communication. Students will take college credit courses in art, theatre, film making or journalism. The courses will provide an interactive hands-on learning experience as well as exposure to the humanities. Upon successful completion of the program, students will receive 4 credits from Lehman College. Open to all New York City public high school students FREE OF CHARGE. This is a five week(July 12-Aug.12) four day/week (Mon.-Thurs.) program. Call 718/960-6792
      Deadline : Jul 09, 2004
    New Senior Workshop
    MI, Detroit
      University of Detroit Mercy
      An interactive workshop that will give senior high school students the tools needed for the college selection process:selecting an academic program, preparing for college admission, applying for financial aid.
      Deadline : Jul 07, 2004
    Leadership Quest (Summer Scholars)
    SC, Greenville
    Phone: 864-294-2155
      Furman University
      Leadership Quest is a fun-filled, action-packed, five-day program for high school students who wish to learn, experience, and model effective group behavior. Through discussions, demonstrations, games, simulations, and exercises, you'll learn about various leadership styles and be able to identify your own leadership style. You'll learn to differentiate among the various individual roles of group members and you'll understand the important elements of group problem-solving. You'll be able to compare and contrast the various results of decision-making by consensus building and to demonstrate the knowledge and benefits of trust building in small groups by using such skills as self-disclosure a...[more]
      Deadline : Jul 07, 2004
    Southampton College Summer High School Workshops
    NY, Southampton
    Phone: 631-287-8175
      Long Island University - Southampton
      High school students can get a preview of college life through Southampton College's summer high school workshops. Participants live on campus and explore all that we have to offer – including working with some of our outstanding professors, learning about an advanced subject, meeting students and staff, and using our facilities. All workshops are hands-on experiences. The morning is usually spent in the studio, lab, or classroom and the afternoon is in the field. Participants are housed in special high school workshop residence halls with program counselors. Workshops include: Advanced Creative and Critical Composition 6/27-7/2 This Advanced Creative and Critical Compos...[more]
      Deadline : Jul 05, 2004
    Summer Health Professions Academy
    NY, Bronx
      City University of New York Lehman College
      The Summer Health Professions Academy at Lehman College provides high school juniors and seniors with a unique opportunity to explore nursing and related health careers through college level course work and real world experience in hospital settings. Students will develop research skills and awareness of the academic preparation necessary to enter the health field. Upon succesful completion of the program, students will receive 3 college credits from Lehman College. Open to all New York City public high school students FREE OF CHARGE. This is a six week (July 6-Aug.12) four day/week (Mon.-Thurs.) program. Call 718/960-8966
      Deadline : Jul 02, 2004
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