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November 24, 2017

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CAMP HEALING HEARTS IS A HEALING AND FUN FOUR DAY SUMMER CAMP FOR CHILDREN, GRADES FIRST THROUGH SIXTH, WHO HAVE BEEN AFFECTED BY THE DEATH OF A LOVED ONE.  HOSPICE OF CNY'S CAMP HEALING HEARTS OFFERS CREATIVE ACTIVITIES, CARING ADULTS, CORE CAMP ACTIVITIES (LIKE SWIMMING AND HORSEBACK RIDING), AND GRIEF SUPPORT IN THE COMFORT OF A TRADITIONAL FUN-FILLED CAMP.  VOLUNTEERS ARE NEEDED THIS SUMMER. YOU MUST BE 16 YEARS OF AGE.   THE CAMP IS LOCATED AT CAMP IROQUOIS IN MANLIUS. 


Harvard Summer Program for High School Students:  www.summer.harvard.edu/pre-college - Enhance your college application resume, build your global network, test drive a college major....three excellent reasons to attend Harvard Summer Program.



Norwich University hosts a Future Leader Camp in the summer. It offers adventure training, team challenges, leadership instruction and survival training.  For further information, visit www.norwich.edu/admissions/summerprograms.


Interested in Fashion?  The Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising has 4 different campus in California offering 3 days of fasion for you!!  All 3 days are approximately $250 total.  To register, www.fidm.edu/go/summerprogram.


Duke University has summer sessions for rising juniors and seniors.  Earn college credit this summer!!
http://summersession.duke.edu/visiting_students/summer-college-for-high-school-students

Summer College is being offered at Ithaca College - www.ithaca.edu/summercollege. These are 3 week college-credit programs for students who have completed their sophomore or junior year of high school.  Enroll in one course and earn up to 4 credit hours.

ALFRED UNIVERSITY SUMMER EQUESTRIAN CAMP:  To enroll, visit www.alfred.edu/summer/camps/equestrian.cfm

 

ALFRED UNIVERSITY SUMMER PROGRAMS FOR TEENS:  Alfred University's Summer Programs for Teens 2015 are as follows: Art Portfolio Prep, Astronomy, Ceramic and Glass Engineering, Computer Engineering, Consumer Chemistry, Creative Writing, Equestrian, Polymers and Metals, Robotics, Swimming and Theater. Visitwww.alfred.edu/summer/hs.cfm to view further details and access the online application.

 

 BOSTON UNIVERSITY SUMMER TERM HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAMS:  Earn up to 8 college credits. There are many different opportunities at Boston University.  For further information, www.bu.edu/summer/highschool.

 

LE MOYNE COLLEGE SUMMER SCHOLAR PROGRAM - students completing their sophomore or junior year of high school can participate in this program. Normally a 3 credit course would cost $1,791 but students enrolled in this program can pay only $450 per course. The requirements for the Summer Scholars are "B" student or better, have involvement with school and/or community activities. Completed applications must be returned with official transcripts and PSAT/PLAN scores no later than June 1.  For additional information, contact nellenrd@lemoyne.edu or call 445.4308.  Applications are available in the Career Center.

 

SUMMER VISIT OPPORTUNITIES AT UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH - visit www.oafa.pitt.edu or call 412-624-7717 for dates that there are open houses for different departments.

 

Let Teen Ink help you find the coolest summer program!

This list of summer programs has something for everyone... Check out the great opportunities available on college campuses, nationwide, and overseas. go to http://www.teenink.com/Summer/

 

Camp Good Days and Special Times is looking for volunteers for all summer programs. Volunteers are needed at the weeklong, overnight camping facility in Branchport to act as counselors for 8-17 year olds struggling with challenges such as cancer or sickle-cell anemia. The sessions run from June through August. They are also looking for counselors for the four day long summer day camp for Junior Good Days, which is for 4-7 year olds in Syracuse from June. For more information or to apply, to go  WWW.CAMPGOODDAYS.ORG  or call 434-9477.

 

This is a wonderful opportunity for students!  The volunteers must be at least 15 years old. 

Lions Diabetes Day Camp on the Seneca River

"Camp Hickory"

Mission:   

 The purpose of Lions Camp Hickory, Inc. is to provide a safe, nurturing and enjoyable day camping experience for children ages 6 to 12, with type 1 diabetes, while developing within each camper improved knowledge of diabetes management that will enable each child to maintain a balanced program of meal planning, exercise and insulin and the ability to cope with the special challenges of living with diabetes.

Mission Statement:

 To promote the ability of children with type 1 diabetes to develop self management by giving them the skills and knowledge in an educational and recreational setting.  

Vision:

  The Vision of Lions Camp Hickory, Inc. shall be:  

  •  To foster camaraderie among a group of children with type 1 diabetes in a non-threatening and educational program in a park setting, and
  • To develop a strong relationship with the parents of children with type 1 diabetes, and
  •  To continue developing the day camp program through input from quality medical staff and a caring and compassionate counseling staff, and
  • To be recognized as a valued resource and model camp for children with type 1 diabetes, in the Central New York Community.

 

Ithaca College has summer programs for high school students. There is a three week session and a one week session. For further information, visit WWW.ITHACA.EDU/SUMMERCOLLEGE.

 

Syracuse University has summer courses for high school students. These are wonderful opportunities to explore possible majors, build resumes and portofolios, experience college life and earn college credit. There are 2, 4, and 6 week programs available in areas such as architecture, engineering and computer science, forensic science, web desigh, acting and musical theater, etc. Catalogs describing courses are in the Career Center. Visit WWW.SUMMERCOLLEGE.SYR.EDU/2015   for up-to-date information and to access online applications. 

 

Boston University

PROMYS - Program in Mathematics for Young Scientists. The program offers an intensive experience in creative mathematical exploration to approximately 65 ambitious high school students with an exceptionally strong interest in Mathematics. Applications are available at WWW.PROMYS.ORG.    

 

 

Excellus

  What is MedQuest all about?

Most students attending MedQuest have already identified a strong interest in math and science and are considering college to become a health professional in medicine, nursing, or other allied health professions.

The goal of MedQuest is to introduce students to the relationship between science, the health professions, and health career opportunities while becoming familiar with the hospital and college campus settings.

At camp, students learn about health care and the many health professionals who are at the heart of a busy hospital.

MedQuest will allow students to:

  • explore a variety of health careers through interactive workshops

  • learn from health professionals and college instructors

  • identify the skills needed for careers in health care

  • learn about existing science research projects and participate in related activities

  • earn CPR and AED (Automated External Defibrillator) certification

  • experience dorm living and campus life

MedQuest activities include (list not all-inclusive):

  • stitch clinic
  • cast clinic
  • stress testing
  • EKG testing
  • trauma transport techniques
  • radiation therapy
  • mask making
  • bypass surgery techniques demonstration
  • joint replacement demonstration
  • sonogram demonstration

 

What is the application process for camp?

MedQuest is a five-day resident camp. The registration fee is $250 per student. The fee includes all meals, dormitory housing, and activities for the duration of camp. Scholarships are available for families who may need assistance (there is a place to request scholarships on the application form).

Students must submit an application to be considered for camp. A committee will make selections based on completed applications. Students will be informed by mid-June. The following forms are required for application to camp: application form, essay form, consent form, and recommendation form.

Find information at:  http://www.cnyahec.com/111pipeline.html

 

ALFRED UNIVERSITY SUMMER PROGRAMS FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS:  Art Portfolio, Astronomy, Chemistry, Chinese, Computer, Creative Writing, Engineering, Equestrian, Swimming and Theater courses will be available.  E-mail inquiries may be directed to summerpro@alfred.edu.  For more information, visit

 

Syracuse University

SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY SUMMER COLLEGE:  S.U. has summer college for high school students.  It offers opportunities for students to explore possible majors, build their resume and portfolio, get a feel for SU as an option for undergraduate study, and earn college credit.  Students will get a great deal of individual attention in classes with an average size of 18.  There are 6 week programs, and 2 week programs.  There are credit and non-credit options.  For further information visit www.summercollege.syr.edu.   

 

NEW YORK STATE SUMMER SCHOOL OF THE ARTS (NYSSSA):  Applications are available in the Career Center for the 8 component schools of the NYSSSA.  Offered are the School of Ballet, School of Choral Studies, School of Dance, School of Jazz, school of Media Arts and School of Orchestral Studies.  Auditions are required.  Please stop  by the Career Center for more information of visit www.emsc.nysed.gov/nyssa.   You can also e-mail the school at nyssa@mail.nysed.gov.

 

 

Summer in New York City, a Pre-College Program at Barnard College of Columbia University, offers young men and women a unique opportunity to sample pre-college courses while exploring NYC both in and out of the classroom.  Some courses offered include, but are not limited to Masterpieces of Art in NYC, Academic Writing and Conversation for ESL Students, Economics and Happiness, and Archictecture and Design in NYC.  There is a four week program and several one-week options.  For mor information, visit www.barnard.edu/pcp or e-mail pcp@barbard.edu.

 

 

DEC

DEC has several educational camps for 12-17 year olds.

  • immerse campers in fun activities that teach about NY State's fish, wildlife, and native plants

  • focus on hands-on environmental education programs and outdoor skills, presented by highly qualified staff

  •  camps are approximately $350 per week

  • application form available at www.dec.ny.gov/education/29.html or by calling 518-402-8014 

 

 

SAVANNAH COLLEGE OF ART AND DESIGN Community Education and Summer Programs  - there are all programs for all ages.  Summer programs offer ideal opportunities for artists at all levels to create, learn and grow.  For a complete list of courses offered, please visit:  www.scad.edu/summer.

 

LEMOYNE COLLEGE - offers reading skills and speed reading programs for students entering grades 9-12, college students and adults.  Participants will learn the best way to read textbooks, take notes and study for tests.  For further information, call 1-800-978-9596.  Inquire early, class size is limited.

Academic challenge/summer fun/preview of college life at Boston University, one of the world's top-ranked schools, in one of the great college towns.  Visit www.bu.edu/summer/highschool.

 

PHOENIX FIRECAMP is a unique program for teenage girls to explore options for women in fire and emergency services.  It is a weeklong overnight camp for girls ages 14-19. The camp is free except for a non-refundable application fee.  The camp is located in Yonkers, NY.  For an application package, visit www.fswnys.org.

 


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