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    Boy's basketball camp
    AR, Searcy
      Harding University
      Bison Basketball Camps are designed to provide campers an opportunity to grow athletically and individually as a person. Skills includes team concept, goal-setting, shooting instruction, defensive concepts, individual offensive moves, setting and receiving screens, ball handling, passing and receiving.
    AR, Searcy
      Harding University
      A summer camp held each year, the theme for this year is “Revolution: The sudden change in a system of beliefs”. The goal is to inform, inspire, and ignite you and your youth group on to greater works. Every topic, speaker and activity is designed to move you into a deeper relationship with God and others. June 12-17, June 19-24, June 26-July 1
    Girl's basketball camp
    AR, Searcy
      Harding University
      Each camper will receive daily instruction from Lady Bison players in the fundamentals of ball handling, dribbling, passing, shooting, individual defense, and rebounding.
    Honors Symposium
    AR, Searcy
      Harding University
      A two-week academic program designed to challenge, encourage, and uplift high school students graduating in the class of 2005. Those who are accepted into the Symposium attend class with outstanding professors, engage in community service projects, enjoy recreational activities and form lasting friendships with other junior scholars. Three hours of university credit is awarded to all who successfully complete the Symposium. June 25-July 9, July 2-16, July 9-23, July 16-30
    Football camp, Soccer camp, Baseball camp
    AR, Searcy
      Harding University
      The goal of the camp is to teach the basic skills of football; passing, receiving, kicking, punting, deep snapping as well as some defensive skills. Emphasis will be placed on proper techniques to ensure safety and having fun with football. There will be daily and weekly awards. Randy Tribble 279-4755 Objectives include understanding of and participation in baseball, development of individual skills and understanding of team concepts and fundamentals, hustle and attitude. Shane Fullerton 279-3444
    Summer Music/Leadership
    AL, Montgomery
      Troy State University - Montgomery
      Troy University offers a 1-week Summer Music/Leadership Camp from June 13-17, 2004 open to high school students. Students can take classes in Performance/Music Theory, Drum Major, Percussion Ensemble, etc. For more detailed information and applications, log onto
    The National Youth Sports Program
    NY, Brooklyn
      City University of New York Medgar Evers College
      The National Youth Sports Program (NYSP) makes available to young people important experiences, which they are unable to secure through their own means. Excellent facilities are utilized to provide supervised sports training and competition on an unprecedented scale. Program participants acquire valuable skills, health knowledge, improve their physical fitness, and are acquainted with career and educational opportunities.
    High School Biomedical Research Summer Program
    MD, Baltimore
      University of Maryland - Baltimore
      The High School Biomedical Research Summer Program. Norbert R. Myslinski, Department of Biomedical Sciences, The University of Maryland, Baltimore, MD. The goal of the High School Biomedical Research Summer Program is to capture their hearts and minds of young men and women and inspire them to pursue careers in biomedical fields. Continuously funded since 1988, it provides full-time summer training for high school students and their teachers. The program's primary focus is the student-scientist relationship. Each student is matched with a different research scientist at the University of Maryland, Baltimore. Students work in laboratories of the Schools of Dentistry, Medicine, Pharmacy, N...[more]
    UWG Dance Camp
    GA, Carrollton
    Phone: 770/836-6612
      University of West Georgia
      Are you a member now or plan to audition for your school’s dance line, color guard, majorette squad, or cheering squad? Then this camp is especially for you! Attending the UWG Dance Camp conducted by Ronda Price, UWG’s basketball dance team coach, will help you learn dance steps, health and nutrition, and injury prevention. Ms. Price will also assist you with basic choreography suggestions.
    UWG Pitcher/Catcher Camp
    GA, Carrollton
    Phone: 770/836-6612
      University of West Georgia
      A specialty camp designed to develop fundamentals and skills for either pitchers or catchers will be conducted by David "Doc" Fowlkes for participants 7-16 years of age again this summer. The camp will be held at the Woodfin Cole Field on the University campus daily, Monday and Tuesday from 9:00 am to 12 noon. Remember to bring your bat, glove, and ball shoes (but no metal cleats, please). Your child may wish to attend the Infielder/Middle Infielder camp in the afternoons (lunch optional extra $12) or join the UWG Day Camp for afternoon activities (extra $55 fee includes lunch at Z6) to finish out the day until 5 o'clock. Just look for the UWG Day Camp (ages 6 - 12) or UWG Teen Camp (a...[more]
    Teen Camp
    GA, Carrollton
    Phone: 770/836-6612
      University of West Georgia
      This camp is especially for teens ages 13 - 15. Your teen will enjoy time with his/her friends within a safe and nurturing environment. He/she will be involved in an academic emphasis, learn new software applications in the computer lab, enjoy group activities, and swim each day. Lunch will be provided in the student cafeteria, Z 6.
    Women in Engineering Program Camp
    PA, University Park
    Phone: 814-863-1080
      Pennsylvania State University
      What is MTM Engineering Camp for girls? * An engineering day camp for girls entering grades 9 -12 in Fall 2004. * Hands-on engineering design projects and career experiences featuring: Acoustics, Bioengineering, Chemical, Environmental Construction & Design, Materials, Product Innovation, each offered in one-day modules. * Choose to attend one day, or all five! ($25/day or $100/week) * A fun way to explore careers and meet friends! * Full scholarships are available.
    OK, Tulsa
      Tulsa Community College
      Explore the different careers available in Science and Engineering. Visit several research, engineering and manufacturing facilities. Learn what type of education is required to pursue a specific career. Participate in group lectures with various professionals from many fields. Perform science experiments that will leave you wanting more
    Summer Session Series
    MN, Saint Paul
    Phone: 651-325-2370
      McNally Smith College of Music
      Session Series is the name for the variety of contemporary music and technology workshops provided by Musictech College. These sessions are offered throughout the year as part of our Education and Community Outreach and are open to high school students and educators as well as the general public. All sessions are held at our campus in downtown St. Paul, Minnesota at 19 Exchange Street East. All of our instructors are professionals in their field who bring years of experience and expertise to their teaching. Continuing college credit is available to educators upon request and online registration is available below for each of the sessions. *Musictech College reserves the right to substitut...[more]
    VT, Burlington
    Phone: 802-656-8748
      University of Vermont
      The University of Vermont's College of Engineering and Mathematics and The Governor’s Institutes of Vermont announce their 2004 UVM/.GIV Engineering, Mathematics and Computer Sciences - Summer Institute to be held June 20-27, 2004. The purpose of this Summer Institute is for students to explore career opportunities in aerospace, biomedical, civil, mechanical and electrical engineering as well as the statistics, mathematics, and computer applications. Tours will include: 1) the IBM facility 2) the Husky Injection Molding Plant, 3) the Burlington Waste Water Facility,4) the Chittenden Materials Facility, 5) the Intervale Compost Facility, 6) the McNeil Plant 7) the Winooski Dam, and...[more]
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