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    SmartLabs: A data acquisition workshop for secondary students and teachers of physics and physical science
    MI, Berrien Springs
      Andrews University
      Teacher-student pairs team together to prepare labs which involve computer-assisted data acquisition. Upon completion, students are trained to assist in laboratories at their high school or college. Students are encouraged to "bring" their teachers. All teachers are fully supported for graduate credit. Student expenses are completely covered except for travel and college credit is available upon subsequent enrollment at Andrews University.
      Deadline : Jun 10, 2004
    Summer Challenge Camps at Westminster College
    UT, Salt Lake City
    Phone: 801-832-2602
      Westminster College
      High School students get to learn by playing in world financial markets, learning to fly in our new planes, or learn to start their own business by developing a business idea. All camps are week-long residential camps in beautiful Salt Lake City.
      Deadline : Jun 10, 2004
    Summer Transportation Institute
    KY, Frankfort
    Phone: 502/597-6587
      Kentucky State University
      The Summer Transportation Institute is a 9 week residual, for 8th and 9th grade students who are interested in working in the field of transportation, mainly civil engineering. Funding is provided my the Department of Transportation.
      Deadline : Jun 10, 2004
    Self and Technology
    NY, Brooklyn
    Phone: 718.260.5206
      City University of New York New York City College of Technology
      An exploration of technology as an extension of yourself. Students will explore this theme in readings, writing essays, topics in psychology and robotics. Earn 6 college credits in our intensive and challenging summer program. The program includes: English Composition, Introduction to Psychology and Robotics lab courses. June 28th – July 29th 2004 Monday to Thursday 9:00AM – 3:00PM Lunch and Metro cards are provided. Interview is required Limit 30 students Requirements: English Language Arts Regents &Math score of 75 or higher or SAT Math & Verbal scores of 480 or PSAT score of 48 (Verbal & Math) This program is free and is open to all New York City Public High School stu...[more]
      Deadline : Jun 04, 2004
    GEMS Camp: Girls Experiencing Mathematics in the Summer
    MN, Saint Paul
    Phone: (651)962-5557
      University of St Thomas
      GEMS Camp is a week-long residential camp for mathematically talented high school girls. Three enrichment Mini-courses introducing mathematics not commonly seen in the high school curriculum along with presentations on cryptography, Financial Mathematics and Actuarial Science, and Mathematics and Art are part of the program. There is also a guest panel discussion with female mathematicians working at research and teaching institutions and in industry.
      Deadline : Jun 02, 2004
    Boston University Summer Challenge
    MA, Boston
    Phone: 617-353-1378
      Boston University
      A two-week, non-credit college preparatory program for rising high school sophomores, juniors and seniors (current high school freshmen, sophomores, and juniors). Choose two academic seminars from creative writing, persuasive writing, business, visual arts, law, international politics, psychology, and science. The Summer 2005 sessions run from June 19-July 1, July 10-July 22, or July 31 to August 12.
      Deadline : Jun 01, 2004
    Orlando Repertory Theatre (in partnership with the University of Central Florida) Civic Youth Academy
    FL, Orlando
      University of Central Florida
      “The Rep” offers summer classes and camps for a diverse range of age groups and interests. The classes and productions are designed to foster self-confidence, creative thinking, problem-solving skills, team, trust, and discipline through the medium of the performing arts. All classes conclude with a showcase on the final day to which family and friends are cordially invited. All classes and productions of the Civic Youth Academy adhere to the National Standards for Theatre Education and incorporate Florida Sunshine State Standards.
      Deadline : Jun 01, 2004
    Summer Bridge Program
    IN, Fort Wayne
    Phone: 260-481-6608
      Indiana University Purdue University - Fort Wayne
      The goal of the Summer Bridge program is to prepare "at—risk" recent high school graduates for admission into degree programs at Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne. To achieve this, the program seeks to: alleviate the financial barriers to students from low socioeconomic backgrounds; enhance partnerships with area community schools and businesses; and design academic programs especially for these students. Summer Bridge offers students: 6 Academic credit — 2 college classes: Individual counseling Out-of-class learning experiences Social & cultural activities Supplemental instruction A mentoring program Housing at Indiana Institute of Technology Th...[more]
      Deadline : Jun 01, 2004
    Soul Quest
    NE, York
    Phone: 402-363-5608
      York College
      Summer Christian Camp on the York College campus. Bible study with excellent teachers, great activities, and uplifting worship.
      Deadline : Jun 01, 2004
    Tech Trek Camp (Texas State Technical College West Texas)
    TX, Waco
      Texas State Technical College - Waco
      Tech Trek campers will create functioning robots while learning some basic principles of design, computer programming, and electronics. This means students learn applied math and science concepts through fun, team-based activities. Through exciting hands-on activities, Tech Trek campers will experience first-hand the challenges and rewards of making technology work while making new friends. Designed for students entering the 7th and 8th grade. Day Camp $100 / Overnight Camp $225
      Deadline : May 31, 2004
    Camp H-Tech (Texas State Technical College West Texas)
    TX, Waco
      Texas State Technical College - Waco
      Build the hydrogen-powered fuel cell car of the future. Campers will build a model car that actually runs on water! Using the Thames & Kosmos Fuel Cell Car & Experiments, we'll introduce your teenager to one of the most significant technologies of the 21st century. Activities include building their own experimental reversible fuel cell car. They will learn more about how a fuel cell works to perform electrolysis as well as to create energy. Campers will compete in various competitions throughout the week. Designed for students between the ages of 13-15. Day Camp $100 / Overnight Camp $225
      Deadline : May 31, 2004
    Midwestern State University Chemistry Camp
    TX, Wichita Falls
      Midwestern State University
      This is a week long summer camp where the students learn about four main areas in chemistry and the possible job applications through mini learning sessions and college level laboratory experiments. The students go on tours of local hospitals and industrial plants to actually see chemists at work. The students also learn about campus life by staying on campus for the duration of the camp. It is open to 9th and 10th grade high school students interested in chemistry/science and must be from a rural/disadvantaged community or school system. This year's camp Is July 11 - 16th. Application deadline is May 31st. All inquiries should be addressed to: Candice Fulton ...[more]
      Deadline : May 31, 2004
    Albuquerque TVI Summer Academy
    NM, Albuquerque
    Phone: 505-224-4238
      Central New Mexico Community College
      TVI's Concurrent Enrollment (CE)and College & Career Bound (CC&B) programs provides capable high school students the opportunity to take college level courses over the summer. Summer Academy courses are college-level credit courses that fit into career pathways, start after high schools let out for the summer and have minimal prerequisites. Concurrent Enrollment students earn college credit and high school elective credit for courses completed. College & Career Bound students earn college credit only.
      Deadline : May 30, 2004
    Rotary Youth Leadership Academy
    KS, Topeka
      Washburn University
      Week-long leadership development program for (fall) H.S. sophomores and juniors sponsored by Rotary International and Washburn University.
      Deadline : May 28, 2004
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