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                        Summer Opportunities 2017

Summer Camps in and around Rochester
www.postbulletine.com/summercamps

MS Summer4-17.pdf
 

Gustavus Summer Opportunities for Middle school and High school students
Summer academic camps in Nursing, Spoken Word and Poetry Slam, Public Forum and Debate, Speech, Show Choir, and Young Writers There is a fee but stipends are available. www.gustavus.edu/camps
 
Stanford University
Summer Institutes 
Students ages 14 – 17 will engage in 3-4 week intensive study in single subject courses ranging from biotechnology to entrepreneurship and creative writing.
Summer College
Students ages 16 – 19 choose from more than 125 college courses in 30 academic departments earning undergraduate credit and an official Stanford University transcript.
Application:  http://spcs.stanford.edu/explore
 
Alfred University Summer Enrichment Programs
Programs in Astronomy, Art Portfolio Prep, Creative Writing, Chemistry, Engineering, Robotics, Theater and more  Application: www.alfred.edu/summer/hs.cfm
 
Northwestern University Center for Talent Development
Grades 6 through 12: nine-month honors and AP courses including Physics, Latin and Economics Grades 6 through 12 also may be interested in taking a nine-month course in nine weeks -- GLL’s Accelerated Summer Option – which includes Algebra/Trig, Philosophy and Computer Programming C++.
More information – including a complete list of course offerings and the online application -- is available at
www.ctd.northwestern.edu/gll
 
Free summer engineering event for 6-8th grade girls on Saturday July 11, 2015 Sponsored by Purdue Women in Engineering Program Please sign up online to join us at Purdue University (West Lafayette) for this FREE event: “Engineering FYI: For Your Imagination” on Saturday, July 12 from 9:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. (Eastern Standard Time). You’ll learn about being an engineer and how Purdue engineers are helping to change the world in which we live! Activities and role models in this program are geared toward girls who are currently in 6-8th grade.
Participants rotate through hands-on engineering activities facilitated by female undergraduate and graduate engineering students. An informal presentation will be offered for parents to assist them in continuing to encourage their child’s interest in engineering. Online registration and further information about the event is available at the listed website. Please plan to register at your earliest convenience as space is limited.https://engineering.purdue.edu/WIEP/Programs/K-12/FYI/index_html
 
Lego MindStorms Camp Grades 7-8 Registration fee.  Winona State University
www.winona.edu/summercamps or 507-474-3900

Camp Invention Grades 7-8 Registration fee. Winona State University

www.winona.edu/summercamps or 507-474-3900
                      
                  

ExploreSchool is a summer enrichment program for talented 4th – 6th graders during June at Ramsey JH in St. Paul. For more information visit
www.mity.org

Apogee for students completing grades 4- 6 and Spectrum for students completing grades 7-9 are two residential programs sponsored by the Center for Talent Development, Northwestern University in Evanston, IL www.ctd.northwestern.edu for more information.

Summer Institute for the Gifted (SIG) This residential program offers many different classes at college campuses around the country. The mission of the SIG is to “provide the highest quality educational and social opportunities for academically gifted and talented students through programs designed to meet their abilities and needs.” For additional information call (866) 303-4744 or visit
www.giftedstudy.com

                     
Science Museum of Minnesota Summer camps in St. Paul and other locations for students of all ages. To request a catalog, email registar@smm.org, or call 651-221-4511 or watch for online catalog and more information on their website
www.smm.org t then click on Learn/Youth Classes and Camps

Summer Transitional Enrichment Program (STEP) , Edgewood College, Madison; July; Grades 7-8, plus qualified sixth graders; 12 course offerings
STEP is designed to prepare students to take on the challenges of more rigorous coursework, to position themselves for highly successful high school years, and to begin the college decision process. Accelerated enrichment courses promote self-discovery while challenging students to their intellectual best and to appreciate their abilities. Host school Edgewood College is near numerous cultural and recreational opportunities in the state capital.
For more information, or to receive a catalog, contact WCATY at 608-271-1617, info@wcaty.org. Our catalog can also be downloaded from our website homepage at
www.wcaty.org .

Concordia Language Villages Around Bemidji, MN 1 week, 2 week, or 4 week June-August Ages 7-18 Language villages in Arabic, Chinese, Danish, Finnish, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian, Russian, Spanish, Swedish, 1 week exploratory, 2 week immersion or 4 week HS credit or College credit From
Website:
www.ConcordiaLanguageVillages.org
Schedule and registration materials are on the website.
Scholarships available
                      
Minnesota Institute for Talented Youth Macalester College, St Paul June, July Current 7-12 graders – Variety of classes including Acting, drawing & painting, forensics, CSI, , architecture, Latin etc.
www.mity.org . Scholarships






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