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MI, Bloomfield Hills
cp彩票官网Phone: 248-207-8562
    Cranbrook Academy of Art
    The Cranbrook Summer Art Institute offers a wide variety of unique classes to teenagers, ages 13 to 18. From architecture, fashion design, animation to painting, sculpting and creative writing and more, we cater both to the college bound and to the student looking to acquire a new skill. We are housed on the historic and gorgeous Cranbrook Academy of Art campus, ranked as on of the top graduate art programs in the nation, located 15 miles north of Detroit.

    Our staff is comprised of Academy of Art graduate students and alumni, which includes professors, architects and award-winning artists. They will help you make great strides with your art in this intensive 3 week program that meets 6 hours each day. At the end, you can show what you have accomplished in a formal exhibition at the Cranbrook Art Museum.

    Have a blast, learn a lot, and help build an incredible college portfolio!

    ID, Moscow
    cp彩票官网Phone: 208-885-4934
      University of Idaho
      The University of Idaho College of Engineering sponsors the annual Idaho Junior Engineering, Mathematics, and Science (JEMS) Summer Workshop for students who have completed their junior or senior year of high school. The focus of the workshop is to expose students to engineering problems within technical and social contexts, and to encourage them to enroll in college. JEMS includes lectures and hands-on activities in Leadership, Engineering Design, Modeling, and possibly AutoCAD. Students will participate in lab exercises, field trips, computer exercises, and recreational activities.

      Up to 60 participants are accepted to the workshop held the middle two weeks in July. The 2006 session is July 9-21, 2006. The application deadline for the 2005 program is May 26, 2006. The criteria for participant selection includes three years of mathematics (grades B or better), a minimum GPA of 3.0, a brief résumé, and a one-page essay describing why the student wishes to attend JEMS and what he or she wants to gain from this workshop.

      The tuition for Idaho JEMS is $550. Scholarship funds are available, including funds to encourage female and minority students to apply. Students requesting a scholarship should complete the financial aid portion of the Idaho JEMS Application.

      Participants experience the UI Campus--talking with professors and counselors, learning about college life, and participating in career planning activities that will help them become aware of high school course work needed to prepare for an engineering or computer science career. Idaho JEMS students live on-campus and are supervised by faculty and dorm counselors. Upon successful completion of the workshop, students earn two college credits.
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      Deadline : May 26, 2006

    WI, Eau Claire
    cp彩票官网Phone: 715-836-3365

      MI, Sault Ste Marie
      cp彩票官网Phone: 906-635-2207
        Lake Superior State University
        Our week-long summer camps are geared towards gifted and talented young men and women in grades 8-12.
        Students will receive hands-on experiences with computer programming, industrial robots, automation, data acquisition, computer animation, electronics and Web page development.
        All classroom and laboratory experiences are directly supervised by LSSU engineering faculty in our ABET-recognized Robotics & Automation Laboratory, one of the best educational facilities in North America.
        Of course it's not just "all work" - there are opportunities for recreation, special activities and trips.
        We believe the combination of fun and education will be an experience that students will remember all their lives. No prior knowledge of robotics or other engineering technology topics is required.
        Women in Technology, a robotics camp for young women in grades 8-12 is typically held the last week of June. Check our Website for updates - a second week may be added.
        The young men's robotics camps are held in July with separate camps for those in grades 8-10 and 10-12.
        The cost is $695 U.S. for resident campers or $595 U.S. for commuters. Commuters are encouraged to return to campus during the evenings to participate in recreational activities.
        For an informational brochure including selection criteria and application form, visit our summercamp Web site.


        CO, Golden
        cp彩票官网Phone: (303) 273-3286

          DC, Washington
          cp彩票官网Phone: 202-319-6249

            CA, Los Angeles
              Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising - Los Angeles


              IA, Orange City
              cp彩票官网Phone: 712-707-7006
                Northwestern College
                The Northwestern College Neuroscience Camp is a one week summer residential camp (July 15-19, 2013) for high school juniors or seniors interested in exploring the exciting health- and research-related area of neuroscience, the study of the brain and nervous system. Students gain a taste of college life and learn about neuroscience through mini-lectures and demonstrations, simple electrophysiology and neuropharmacology experiments, sheep brain and simulated human brain dissection, introduction to the cadaver, recording of participants' brainwaves, fieldtrips to neuroscience research labs and medical imaging facilities, ?Neuroscience at the Movies" and other brainy fun throughout the week. T...[more]
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                Deadline : Jun 17, 2013

    PA, Philadelphia
    cp彩票官网Phone: 215-898-0053

      NC, Durham
      cp彩票官网Phone: 919-668-9100
        Duke University
        SUMMER STUDIES PROGRAM Duke TIP Summer Studies Programs offer intensive, fast-paced courses for academically talented students. Participants enroll in a single class during a three-week session and generally complete the equivalent of a year of high school or a semester of college-level work. Classes meet Monday through Friday, and three hours on Saturday. Instructors include members of university faculties, outstanding teachers, experienced professionals, and advanced graduate students. Each class also has a teaching assistant who is an undergraduate or graduate student with demonstrated proficiency in the subject. Students may attend either the Center for Summer Studies or the Ac...
        SD, Rapid City
        cp彩票官网Phone: (605) 394-2693
          South Dakota School of Mines and Technology
          Dates: July 26-31, 2009 Grades: 9-12 (co-ed) Students at this week-long, co-ed, residential camp will explore things such as the birth of the universe, the life cycle of stars, black holes, relativity, time travel, Greco-Roman and Native American star mythology, satellites, and global positioning. Participants will also build and launch a model rocket. Field trips will include the Air & Space Museum and the Hidden Valley Observatory for stargazing through a computer-guided telescope.

          SD, Rapid City
          cp彩票官网Phone: 605-394-2693
            South Dakota School of Mines and Technology
            Dates: July 26-31, 2009 Grades: 9-12 This camp is a one-week introduction to the world of technology and engineering. Campers participate in hands-on activities that give them an understanding of what engineers do. Students will also explore science and engineering topics such as materials, clean manufacturing, CAD and team building.

            SD, Rapid City
            cp彩票官网Phone: 605-394-2693
              South Dakota School of Mines and Technology
              Dates: July 19-24, 2009 Grades: 6-8 (co-ed) Students at this week-long, co-ed, residential camp will explore things such as the birth of the universe, the life cycle of stars, black holes, relativity, time travel, Greco-Roman and Native American star mythology, satellites, and global positioning. Participants will also build and launch a model rocket. Field trips will include the Air & Space Museum and the Hidden Valley Observatory for stargazing through a computer-guided telescope.

              SD, Rapid City
              cp彩票官网Phone: 605-394-2693
                South Dakota School of Mines and Technology
                Dates: July 19-24, 2009 Grades: 9-12 This camp is a one-week introduction to the world of technology and engineering. Campers participate in hands-on activities that give them an understanding of what engineers do. Students will also explore science and engineering topics such as materials, clean manufacturing, CAD and team building.

                SD, Rapid City
                cp彩票官网Phone: 605-394-2693
                  South Dakota School of Mines and Technology
                  Dates: July 19-24, 2009 Grades: 6-8 This camp is a one-week introduction to the world of technology and engineering. Campers participate in hands-on activities that give them an understanding of what engineers do. Students will also explore science and engineering topics such as materials, clean manufacturing, CAD and team building.
                  (Boca Raton, FL)
                    High school students can earn college credits this summer or take college preparation courses in English and Math. Courses offered include also Accounting, Communication, Education, Psychology, Foreign Languages, Marketing, Business Administration, Hospitality Administration, COmputer Science and Music.
                    Deadline : May 29, 2002
    (Ruston, LA)
    Capitol College Summer Programs (Laurel, MD)
      NASA Prep Summer Program designed for students interested in pursuing an Engineering degree. Sponsored by NASA.
    (College Park, MD)
      Young Scholars Program
      July 13 - August 1, 2003
      The University of Maryland
      College Park, Md.

      Developed specifically for highly motivated rising high school juniors and seniors, this exclusive three-week summer program is a great way for a successful student looking ahead to college to test their academic interests, learn about campus life, study with the university's best and brightest, and get a jump on their college career. Earn three University credits and choose from 11 customized courses.

      Costs:

      Application processing fees (non-refundable)
      Undergraduate, U.S. citizen--$45
      Undergraduate, international student--$65

      Course Fee--$1,100
      Optional Residential Package-- $1,249 (this is in addition to the course fee)

      e-mail summer@umail.umd.edu, or call 301-314-3572 or 1-877-989-SPOC.
    (Springfield, MO)
      Drury Leadership Academy, part of Missouri's first Center for Gifted Education
      Deadline : May 28, 2002
    (Sioux Falls, SD)
    (Athens, WV)
      Concord College Students of Excellence Summer Academy -- For high proforming students seeking careers in Law, Medicine or Math/Science/Technology Education
      Deadline : Apr 29, 2002
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