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									                                  Roosevelt High School
                            Summer Opportunities Bulletin 2012
                           (Updated when I can between Feb-June)
                                    Updated 05/15/2012
  In Many Cases: A Successful Summer Experience Depends on How Well You Plan Now! Good
                                            Luck!

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*Reminder: If you are planning to get high school credit for any of these experiences that offer
legitimate accreditation, please see your Counselor for an Equivalency Form Agreement
before you enroll in the class.
     If you are ambitious and want an educationally enriched experience, try one of these.
     If you have failed a class and want to make something up, try one of the summer
        schools.
     If you have to go away for the summer and live with another parent, there can be a
        summer school at the local accredited high school. Have your parent inquire.
     Information about these may also be available in the Library with the College
        catalogues.
     Contact colleges and schools if no contact info has been given.
     Contact any college and inquire as to a summer high school experience. Let the
        Counseling Office know if you find ones that are not on this list.
     Many specialized experiences are intended for sophomores going in to their junior year,
        or juniors going to be seniors but not limited to that. Read/investigate carefully!
Assistance League of Seattle® is offering summer scholarships to students enrolled in grades 6-11
in the Seattle public schools. The scholarships are for enrichment programs in areas such as music,
art, science, mathematics, drama, leadership, debate, journalism, computer science and similar
fields. Excluded from consideration are sports programs, foreign study/exchange programs, religious
studies and private lessons. All eligible programs must take place in the United States. Maximum
funding for students in grades 6 through 11 is $500. (Chairmen of the program: Carol Singler -
simone4@comcast.net and Joyce Winter - Lester-Winter@q.com) Deadline for receipt of Application
Packet: usually FRIDAY, APRIL 1-2 Go to: http://seattle.assistanceleague.org and look under
FAFE: scholarship and financial assistance program applications.

Enrichment Alley: http://www.enrichmentalley.com/ A database of summer programs, searchable by
type of program, state, etc. Each listing has a brief description of the program (including cost and
application info), with a link to the program's webpage if one is provided or known.
Peterson's searchable summer program database:
http://www.petersons.com/summerop/code/ssector.asp
Oregon College of Art and Craft: See the variety Youth Programs focused on multimedia arts on
the OCAC website http://www.ocac.edu/, or call (503) 297-5544/ (800) 390-0632.
Abbey Road. This is a summer language immersion, pre-college and academic programs for
American and international students for the past 10 years. Our students study foreign languages, Art,
History, Social Science, and Economics, College and Test Prep and other subjects in some of the
most beautiful locations of the world. http://www.goabbeyroad.com/ Contact: Fabien Tracco,
European Public Relations, French Homestay Coordinator. Phone: +336 33 51 05 64. E-mail:
fabien@goabbeyroad.com
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Acacia Farm: Carnation, Washington’s Horseback riding, outdoor and agricultural education. Contact
425-333-0066 see their comprehensive website www.acaciafarm.com
Academic Institute, Inc. – A college preparatory Summer School in Bellevue. Provides instruction
for improving high school grades, AP courses and college entrance exam (SAT) skills. Contact
www.academicinstitute.com (425) 401-6844

Academic Study Associates: Summer abroad programs, for high school students, various locations,
800-752-2250, www.asaprograms.com

Academy of Art University – San Francisco, CA Pre-college summer art experience
www.academyart.edu/degrees/summer_artexperience.html, 1-800-544-2787

Accounting Career Awareness Program -FREE Career & College exploration program this
summer as The Accounting Career Awareness Program (ACAP) is accepting applications for its 31st
Summer Residency at the University of Washington. They are looking for 10 th through 12th grade
underrepresented minority students (Asian, Pacific Islander, Latino, Native and African American)
whom have an interest in the accounting or business fields (students whom may benefit from the
experience are encouraged to apply as well) website, www.ACAPSeattle.org The application deadline
is May 26th, 2012. 206) 370-4949

Advantage Basketball Camps: basketball camps in various locations, ages 7-18, practice ball-
handling, dribbling, and shooting, Lynwood, 425-670-8877, www.advantagebasketball.com

Alderwood Dance Spectrum: North end has a variety of dance classes and camps for all ages.
Lynwood: Call (425)771-2994, and/or see www.alderwooddancespectrum.com

Alexander Hamilton-Hamilton Leaders Academy: Geared toward High School Juniors, visit
www.hamiltonfriends.org Scholarships available at the website, contact (206) 774-0764: 206-774-
0764 No cost training in Seattle 2012 and Guatemala in 2013

Alpengirl Adventure Camp: Sorry, GIRLS only summer adventure camps, ages 11-17. Contact
(406) 284-4110, and see www.alpengirl.com

ANDEO International Homestays – Summer travel programs for your students or be a host family.
Visit www.andeo.org or call 800-274-6007.

Annie Wright School: Boarding school and summer camps for girls all ages, interested in sports,
music, chess, theatre, technology & the arts. Visit http://awschools.org/, or call 253-272-2216.

Application Navigation- Vacationing while preparing professional college applications, and writing
entrance essays. The Application Navigation workshop will be held on the Norwegian Cruise Line’s
tour to Alaska and Glacier Bay on the Norwegian Pearl. Visit www.appnav.org

Art Institute of Seattle: Summer Studio Workshops: Animation, Audio, Culinary Arts, Fashion,
Graphic Design/interactive Media Design, Interior Design, Photography, Video. Contact 888-624-
0300 or check their website www.artinstitutes.edu


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Asian American Journalists Association: Terrific summer Journalism Camps in Los Angeles, visit
http://www.aaja.org/programs/for_students/journalism_trainings/j_camp/ or call (415) 346-2051

Aspiring Youth Summer Program: Summer camps for unique learners, age divided groups for 4th-
12th grade students, outdoor, service learning, theatre, team-building, Seattle, Kirkland, Portland,
www.ASPIRINGYOUTH.net or contact 206-517-0222

Associates in Tutoring & Academic Consulting - Seattle: Summer program:
http://www.atactutoring.com/summer.html 206-547-1818

Association of American Indian Physicians (AAIP): Native American high school students, ages
16 –18 who have an interest in the health profession or biomedical research are encouraged to apply.
Year listed on website is not current, may be a typographical error call or see website for more
information. Contact Heather Levi at the Association of American Indian Physicians, (405) 946-
7072, AAIP website at http://www.aaip.org/?page=AAIPStudents

Boys and Girls Outdoor Leadership Development (BOLD and GOLD, respectively) – One to
three week camps provide opportunities for youth 11 - 18 years of age to develop communication,
decision making and multi-cultural leadership skills through outdoor adventure, challenge and
fun! This is a fantastic opportunity for young people to develop critical thinking and life skills. For
more information go to: http://ymcaleadership.com/ or call your local YMCA – one phone number from
listed website - (206) 587-6119.

B’NAI B’RITH Camp: Summer adventure and academics camp in Oregon, from a Jewish
perspective. Contact 503-452-3442, www.bbcamp.org .

Bard College at Simon’s Rock – Great Barrington, MA: Young Writer’s Workshop July 25-August
14. www.simons-rock.edu/young-writers. jamieh@simons-rock.edu, 413-528-7231

Barnard College-Columbia University - Summer in New York City several sessions including
Young Women’s Leadership Institute www.barnard.edu/precollege or Ann T. Dachs: 212-854-8866

Becky Fossum Golf: Summer golf camps, ages 5-16, lessons at Canterwood golf and Country club,
Gig Harbor WA, 253-576-3130, www.beckyfossumgolf.com

Bellevue College-Teens: offers ages 12-17, Art, game testing, languages, and more, contact 425-
564-2184 or http://continuingeducation.bellevuecollege.edu/summer

Bellevue College Summer Enrichment Program: 425-564-2026 Deadline: May 25, 2012
http://depts.bellevuecollege.edu/hsprograms/summer-enrichment/

Bioquest Academy at Seattle Biomedical Research Institute Deadline: March 28. For more
information: www.bioquestacademy.org/. E-mail: bqa-info@sbri.org

Blue Ribbon Cooking and Culinary Center: ages 7-18, culinary camps, Seattle, 206-328-2442,
http://blueribboncooking.com/kidsprograms.html



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Boston University: Honors Program OR Summer Challenge Program
www.bu.edu/summer/highschool 617-353-1378 & Program in Math for Young Scientists
www.promys.org 617-353-5124

Boston University-The New England Center for Investigative Reporting
http://necir-bu.org/training/summer-investigative-journalism-workshop-for-high-school-students/
contact: summerworkshop@necir-bu.org or just go to website

Brain Camp-Study Smarter-Learn faster-achieve higher grades…for grades 7-12. August schedule
an early bird offer if registered by June 30, 2010 to save $25.00 (use promo code SCH811) Go to:
www.braincamps.com or 206-533-2080

Brandeis Summer, Genesis, MA - For a combination of high level courses stressing active learning,
community building. http://www.brandeis.edu/genesis/ July 6 - August 5.

Brewster Academy – Wolfeboro, NH. See website for summer programs Academics, Global
Leadership, Technology, and ESL program. www.brewsteracademy.org

Broadway Bound Children’s Theatre: Teen programs, all skill levels and backgrounds are
challenged and supported while developing their mental, physical, emotional, social and creative
potential through the joy and discipline of live theatre, Seattle, 206-526-5437,
http://www.broadwaybound.org/our-programs/teen-programs.

Bryn Mawr College, PA - Writing for College and Science for College – 3-week summer program for
High School Students http://www.brynmawr.edu/education/summer_programs.html

Bush School, Seattle, WA: Summer Opportunities: http://www.bush.edu/summerprograms

California State Summer School for the Arts: Contact Sacramento (916)229-5160/
www.csssa.ca.gov

Camp Berachah: Christian day and overnight camps, ages 5-18, Auburn; 253-939-0488,
www.campberachah.org

Camp Erin-King County: A grief support camp for kids & teens, at Camp River Ranch in Carnation,
WA. For more info, contact Ward Stern, Camp Erin coordinator, at 206-749-7689.
http://www.providence.org/long_term_care/hospice_of_seattle/e66erin.htm

Camp Fire USA: Find fun, friends and adventure this summer at Camp Sealth on Vashon Island and
day camps in the Puget Sound area, open house and play day at Camp Sealth June 25(10-4pm),
www.campfire-usa.org, or 206-461-8550

Camp Firwood: Christian overnight camp, experience the Biblical message of Jesus through
instruction, creative activities and significant relationships, Bellingham; 360-733-6840,
www.campfirwood.org

Camp Korey: Traditional camps with medical conditions, ages 7-16, access a picturesque, state-of-
the-art conference facility with full service at an affordable price, Carnation, 425-844-3100,
www.campkorey.org
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Camp Nor’ Wester: Sailing, crafts, archery, for ‘tweens’ to teens, ages 11-16, 4 week sessions, 360-
468-2225, http://www.norwester.org/
Camp ZinZanni: classes in circus arts, theatre arts, improve, and clowning, ages 5-16, week-long
circus workshops for budding clowns and acrobats, Seattle 206-816-6491, zica.zinzanni.org

Carleton College Summer at Carleton http://www.carleton.edu/summer/
Carleton Liberal Arts Summer Science Institute, Writing Program

Carnegie Mellon, PA-Pre-College Summer Programs, Advanced Placement/Early Admission,
Architecture, Art, Design, Drama, Music http://www.cmu.edu/enrollment/pre-college

Cascade Climate Challenge-Now Recruiting for the Cascades Climate Challenge a tuition–FREE
Summer Opportunity for High School Students Open to all high school students in Washington and
Oregon. Selected students will spend 3 weeks in the North Cascades traveling through the park and
gathering firsthand information about climate change, developing leadership skills, self confidence
and building experience to help with college admissions and explore career opportunities. SEE
http://chattermarks.ncascades.org/institute-news/a-confluence-of-young The program is tuition-free,
camping gear is provided, and the program works with any students living outside of the Seattle area
to ensuring that travel is not an issue. For additional information contact: Megan McGinty, 360-854-
2589 megan_mcginty@ncascades.org

Center for Student Opportunity (with summer opportunities) helps students and their supporters
discover the many colleges and universities committed to serving the traditionally underserved. The
Center is dedicated to promoting higher education opportunities for first-generation and other
historically underserved college-bound students. www.csopportunity.org

Choate Rosemary Hall, CT-Summer Session, The Writing Project, English Language Institute, The
Kennedy Institute in Govt. www.choate.edu/summerprograms/index.aspx

City of Bellevue Parks & Community Services: classes and camps for all ages, Bellevue, 425-452-
6885, www.cityofbellevue.org

City of Redmond Parks and Recreation: ages 3-19, sports, art, dance, fitness, riding, summer day
camps, and more, 425-556-2386, www.redmond.gov

Close Ups Student Summer Academy, various dates early June – mid July, in Washington DC.
This 6 day program will give your students the best of all worlds: 1) an in-depth look at our
government using Washington, DC, as a living classroom, 2) the opportunity to live and learn with
peers from schools nationwide; and 3) the chance to earn college credit from the University of
Virginia. Fact Sheet: See teen programs at www.closeup.org/

College Horizons Program (for current American Indian, Alaska Native, & Native Hawaiian 10th and
11th grade students). College Horizons is a pre-college program where 90 students work with 60
college admissions officers, college counselors, essay specialists, and other educators in a 5-day
"crash course" on the college application process (various U.S. locations). Significant financial aid
available (for tuition & airfare) to students who qualify. University of Puget Sound (Tacoma, WA),
June 26-30 http://www.collegehorizons.org/

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Colorado College Summer Programs – Colorado Springs, CO:
http://www.coloradocollege.edu/SummerPrograms
Colorado School of Mines - Golden, CO: Preparation for Engineering Program (PREP) - &
Summer Minority Engineering Training Program (SUMMET) -
 http://mep.mines.edu/web/1_about_us/programs/#yui-gen3

Columbia University Summer High School Programs: Science, Law, Business, Engineering,
Politics, Arts, College Prep, & Liberal Arts programs for Grades 9-12, Study in Barcelona, New York,
or the Middle East. www.ce.columbia.edu/hs

Cornell University-Summer Honors Program for High School Sophomores – range of humanities
and science topics open to sophomores, juniors and seniors. www.summercollege.cornell.edu

Cougar Quest Summer Camp: Residential academic summer camps for highly capable students on
the WSU campus in Pullman, WA, explore the WSU campus and see how rewarding college life can
be. grades 7-12, 509-335-1235, www.cougarquest.wsu.edu

CrossCulture Interns – Please go to www.CrossCulture.co or write to info@CrossCulture.cu.

Cushing Academy - Ashburnham, MA: Summer Session – studio art, critical skills in English math,
study techniques and technology, ESL, critical languages or research, many electives and activities.
978 827-7700: http://www.cushing.org/summer/

Dance Fremont: Summer ballet classes, see www.dancefremont.com , 4015 Stone Way N., 206-
633-0812 or visit

Digipen Institute of Technology: offers intensive, hands-on workshops to introduce students’ video
Game programming, 3D animation, robotics, and game design, Redmond, ages 5 and up, for more
information call 425-558-0299, www.workshops.digipen.edu

Drama School: ages 3½ - 21, over 20 full-and half-day camps and classes, new classes each week,
all summer long, dancing not required, www.sct.org or 206-443-0807 for more information

Duke University-Talent Identification Program (TIP): Pre-College Program, Leadership Institute,
Domestic Field studies, International Field studies. http://www.duke.edu/

Earlham College, Richmond, IN - Explore-A-College Program for College-Bound High School
Students (not seniors) Earlham is an independent, residential, coeducational college with an
enrollment of 1,100 on an 800 acre campus. www.earlham.edu/~eac

Eastside Preparatory School: Sports, drama, math, Spanish, and more, opportunities to lead and
innovate, grades 5-12, Kirkland; 425-564-4899, www.eastsideprep.org

Emerald Ballet Theatre: ages 4 and up, dancers are encouraged to take all the weeks offered at
their level for maximum benefit, movement and dance classes, Bellevue; 425-883-3405,
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Emerson College – Arts and communication pre-college studio programs, July 11 to August 12,
2011. Students grade 10-12. College credit and non-credit programs. www.emerson.edu/ce or Tori
Weston (617) 824-8940

Emma L. Bowen Foundation for Minority Interests in Media: employment in corporate media
settings in U.S. with hourly wage, matching dollars toward college expenses, in business, technical,
journalism, creative aspects of media. www.emmabowenfoundation.com or (818) 655-5708 (West
Coast Office).

Emory University: Contact (404) 727-3351 or www.precollege.emory.edu

ETC Preparatory Academy –In-depth Summer College Counseling Camp. www.etcinc.org
206-979-6524

Evergreen Boys State: Sponsored by American Legion Post# 186. A real life study in leadership,
American Patriotism, and WA state government. www.evergreenboysstate.org. Usually 1 week in
June. Ellensburg, WA Mr. Thomas Lehning-Post Chair 425-482-9245

Evergreen Girls State: A real life study in leadership, American Patriotism, and Washington state
government. June 12-18, 2011. http://www.walegion-
aux.org/Programs/Girls%20State/Girls%20State.htm

Forest Ridge: for all area middle and high school students, a program includes high school credit
classes, workshops (SAT prep, college essay writing), service learning, and more, visit on website
www.forestridge.org

Foundation for Teaching Economics: Economics for Leaders Academic Summer Program:
http://www.fte.org/student-programs/economics-for-leaders-program/ Various dates and locations and
generally last 1 week. Deadline to apply: March 1

Future Leaders on Whitewater (FLOW) 2011 will use whitewater rafting and kayaking to provide
students with chances to practice the leadership skills they learn. We will be living and traveling
around the Western United States, exploring beautiful rivers. June -July. Tuition for the course is
around $2,100, and includes all food, transportation, lodging, and group & whitewater
equipment. Students must get themselves to our meeting point and will be responsible for some
individual equipment. For information: info@AlzarSchool.com.
http://www.planplusonline02.com/mktUT.jsp?ui=2599&uk=c9r7

Georgetown University, Washington DC - Summer College for high school Rising 10,11, &12th
graders English as a Foreign Language Program, College Prep Program, International Relations
Program, School for summer and Continuing Education http://summer.georgetown.edu/

George Washington University (Washington DC) - Summer Scholars-
www.summerscholars.gwu.edu Various college-credit and non-credit sessions.

Gillette Company, Economics for Leaders: One-week program held on prestigious college
campuses and led by economic professors to better understand economics and develop leadership
skills. You pay transportation, spending, and program fee-they pay the rest.
http://www.fte.org/students/efl/
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GIRLS ON ICE: 11-day wilderness science education program in North Cascades for high school
girls. Participation is open to teenage girls regardless of their ability to pay or buy equipment.
http://girlsonice.org/
Girl Scouts of Western Washington: ages 6-17, one-week art workshops, a program to develop
leaders who value diversity, inclusion, and collaboration, overnights and day camps, Seattle; 800-
767-6845, www.girlscoutsww.org

Global Impact was inspired by the international programs of the Seattle Community Colleges, which
serve students from more than 100 countries around the world; by the region’s leadership in health
care; and by the health care education focus of the colleges, whose combined programs comprise the
largest health care education provider in the region. “These elements provide the foundation for
taking our education programs to the next level of development and significance,” according to Global
Impact program administrator Dr. Andrea Insley, district-wide coordinator of International Programs.

The program offers an opportunity to make a difference in the lives of people in developing countries,
and in return, Insley said, “participants find themselves changed by the experience.”

CONTACTS
Patricia Paquette, Communications Director, Seattle Community Colleges
Patricia.Paquette@seattlecolleges.edu (206) 934.4105 (206) 714.2525 (mobile)

Andrea Insley, Dean of International Programs, Seattle Community Colleges and Global Impact
Director Andrea.Insley@seattlecolleges.edu | (206) 934.

Global Scholar is a groundbreaking program for rising high school juniors and seniors. Contact:
www.globalscholar.org. Session 1: July 1-13 & Session 2: July 15-27. Held on the campus of
American University Washington, D.C.

Global Youth Leadership Institute by World Affairs Council, no charge, at University of Washington,
Seattle campus. High school students from around the Puget Sound area discuss world issues with
local experts, attend field trips, and increase their leadership skills. Eligibility: Students currently in
8th, 9th or 10th grades. Questions: email Laura Adriance at ladriance@world-affairs.org, or call 206-
441-5910. http://www.world-affairs.org/global-youth-leadership-institute

Harvard Summer School, Cambridge, MA - Secondary School Program “…an extraordinary chance
to sample Harvard, students choose their courses and plan their own time” Earn college credit. Open
to sophomores, juniors, seniors. www.ssp.harvard.edu

Hidden Valley Camp: ages 7-16 years old, Nestled in the Cascade Mountain foothills in Granite Falls,
Washington, sailing, canoeing, swimming, overnights, dramatics, music, and more, 13, 19&21 day
session, www.hvc-wa.com or call (425)844-8896

Indiana University of Pennsylvania, Indiana, PA: Summer Honors Program for HS students, July
11-24 www.iup.edu/honors/shp 1-800-487-9122

Icicle Creek: One-week theatre conservatory, ages 12-19, August 1-7/August8-14,(877)576-6010 or
visit www.iciclecreekact.com

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International School of Classical Ballet: offers ages 3-18, to experienced pre-professional and
adult dancers, the emphasis is on movement, creativity and conditioning, Kirkland; 425-822-7694,
www.interballetschool.com

Just the Beginning Foundation 2nd Annual Seattle Summer Legal Institute: June -July It is
dedicated to developing and nurturing interest In the law among young people from racial and other
groups under-represented in the legal profession and supporting their continued advancement. It is
hoped that the program will peak the interest in a career in the law and supporting them as they make
their way through the pipeline to the legal profession. For more information and application go to
www.jtbf.org (312) 258-4868.

Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD - Hopkins Summer University and Discover Hopkins
Programs – for high school students over 16 - earn college credit, sample campus life, build lasting
friendships. http://jhu.edu/summer/

Junior Statesmen Summer School -Programs for students who have a passionate interest in
politics. This program offers a rigorous academic challenge to outstanding high school students to
prepare them for responsible leadership in a democratic society. Host campuses include
Georgetown, Princeton, Stanford Universities, and Beijing. Criteria: academic achievement,
leadership ability, maturity, and interest in politics and government. 1-800-334-535/ Website:
www.jsa.org

Lakeside's Summer School Programs: Go to:
http://www.lakesideschool.org/podium/default.aspx?t=122410. 206-440-2700

Landmark College’s Summer High School-Program for Rising Jrs &Srs. Southern Oregon U-June
27-July 17Visit: www.landmark.edu/summer or call 802-387-6718

Law Enforcement Youth Career Camp (Pacific NW District of Kiwanis International):
Located at WSP Academy – 631 W Dayton-Airport Road, Shelton, Washington 98584-8945, see
website for application and information. http://www.pnwkiwanislawcamps.org/

Legacy Horse Camp: offers ages 8 and up, beginner to show rider, children and adults, riding
lessons for all levels, Redmond, WA, (425) 869-1527 or visit www.legacyhuntersjumpers.com

Lewis & Clark College- Go to:
http://www.lclark.edu/college/programs/summer/high_school_students/ or Juliet Unangst 503-768-
7135

Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Boston, MA: 1. Women’s Technology Program
(electrical engineering, computer technology) for high school girls-junior status with science and math
ability. 2. MITE 2 S (engineering, entrepreneurship & science for high school juniors 3. Research
Science Institute-Summer Program – for more information call 1-703-448-9062
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Microsoft-High School Summer Internship Program (8-10 weeks) PAID includes transportation
Criteria: at least 14 years old, available for entire program, have a fundamental knowledge of
computers and basic word processing skills. Info will come to the Career Center. May or may not be
offered again this year. However, feel free to call Microsoft or watch on the web for an
announcement. Go to: http://careers.microsoft.com/careers/en/us/highschoolintern.aspx

Montana State University— http://www.montana.edu/summer 406-994-7136

Morehouse College, Atlanta, GA - offering two 3-week (July 6-27) Summer Institutes for African-
American males entering the 10th and 11th grades. Must apply before June 17. For info:
http://www.morehouse.edu/projectidentity

Mountain Meadow Ranch: classic co-ed summer camp, learn new physical and social skills,
companionship, and individual growth and development, ages 7-17, Susanville, CA; 530-257-4419,
www.mountainmeadow.com

National Student Leadership Conference – contact www.nslcleaders.org.

National Youth Science Camp: Held in rural West VA, with trip to Washington DC. Seniors only.
June 29-July 23. http://www.nysc.org/

National Youth Leadership Forum: www.nylf.org (fyi-not generally in the summer)

Navajo Trails-Adventure with Purpose: www.navajotrails.com Based in Utah. Various camp
experiences. 800-200-2267.

Nesiya Institute’s 2012 Kehillah Experience: A six week comprehensive cultural tour through Israel
to learn some history, geography, architecture and meet with a diverse group of professionals for
seminars/discussions. All high school students encouraged to apply. Contact New York office (212)
951-7128 or info@nesiya.org

New York University—summer high school programs: http://www.nyu.edu/summer/2011/. Apply by
April 1

North Cascades Wild/Cascades Climate Challenge- FREE summer program for 9-11th graders
includes a 12-day backpack and canoe camping trip in the North Cascades National Park, fall reunion
trip and opportunity to apply to attend a Youth Leadership Conference. All students are invited to
apply, Contact Theresa Fuller, (509) 766-7960 x24, Grant county Health District
http://ncascades.org/signup/youth/north-cascades-wild

North Seattle Community College-Summer Reading Skills Programs for all ages. Phonics,
comprehension, vocabulary, study skills, speed reading, love of reading, https://northseattle.edu/pre-
college/ 1-800-978-9596

Northfield Mount Hermon, MA-On-campus programs include college prep and ESL. Abroad
program in New Zealand: www.nmhschool.org/summer-session. 413-498-3290
http://www.nmhschool.org/summer-session


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Northwest Asian Weekly Foundation’s Summer Youth Leadership Program, ID/Chinatown
Community Center, Seattle. June 29th-July 16th Helps students develop communication and
leadership skills through great fieldtrips and speakers. Open to all regardless of race or ethnicity,
open to all students but priority to juniors and seniors. Questions: NAWF, (206) 223-0623. It would
be great if you can share this opportunity with your students. They will be meeting local Asian
American leaders, networking with other students from the Puget Sound area, go on great field trips,
and have a chance to earn $200 to $500 in scholarships. We are lacking applicants from the Seattle
area, and would love to have students from the Seattle schools to come join us. Old Application and
program details can be found here: http://www.nwasianweekly.com/wp-
content/uploads/2010/2010_SYLP.pdf -but worth checking with them later.

Northwest School - Seattle-Summer Program An opportunity for students ages 11 –18 to spend
two, four or six weeks with this international community in the heart of Seattle. See brochure.
http://www.northwestschool.org/summer

Northwest School Summer Camp “Campbassador Program” for high school students to gain
valuable leadership skills. Campbassadors are the official student leaders of the Summer Camp,
enthusiastically providing outreach to all campers in fun and innovative ways. Campbassadors will
take part in a leadership class each morning where they will develop and implement group activities
for the camp. Participants will then lead mid-day meetings (daily activity involving all campers,
approximately 80-150 students).
The camp takes place at the Northwest School from July 2 – August 10. Campbassadors will need to
be available for this entire time as well as a few days before camp for orientation (tentatively
scheduled for June 27-29). Campbassadors do not receive compensation, but can take a camp class
of their choice during the afternoon sessions. And of course, Campbassadors will gain invaluable
leadership skills and have the opportunity to meet students from around the globe.
I have attached an application form. For further information on the program and/or on the Summer
Camp, please visit our website: http://www.northwestschool.org/summer


Northwestern University, Evanston, IL - College Prep Program For juniors (and possibly
sophomores) who want to be academically challenged for 6-8 weeks. (847) 467-6703
http://www.scs.northwestern.edu/collegeprep/

Summer at OIT: (Oregon Institute of Technology) www.oit.edu/precollege various opportunities.
Contact 541-885-1815.

Odyssey Wilderness Therapy (summer programs): Uplifting 4 to 8 week, fitness and spiritual
camps including backpacking, sailing and camping. Contact Jennifer Parsinen at (206) 293-1638 and
see the website www.odysseynw.com

Olympic Outdoor Center: ages 7-18, kayaking, rock climbing, and more, Port Gamble, 360-297-
4659, or visit www.olympicoutdoorcenter.com

One World Now often has had a Summer Language Camp: Three-week summer day camp at
Seattle University- http://www.oneworldnow.org To check on this: 206-223-7703

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Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR - Summer Experience in Science and Engineering for Youth
July www.che.oregonstate.edu/sesey/

Otis College of Arts and Designs – a palette of possibilities Summer of Art. Los Angeles, July 9 –
August 3, 2012. Contact www.otis.edu/ce.

Oxbow School Summer Art Program, Napa, CA: www.oxbowschool.org/summercamp Telephone:
707-255-6000

Oxbridge Academic Programs - Academic summer programs for students in grades 8-12 and The
Oxford Tradition Summer Program for High School Students for grades 10-12 at Cambridge
University, England, at Oxford, Cambridge, Montpelier (France), Paris, Barcelona 800-828-8349
www.oxbridgeprograms.com, Seattle 206-621-1770

Oxford University (England) - Advanced Study Program at the Brasenose College for 10, 11, & 12th.
July. www.oasp.ac.uk

Pacific Northwest College of Art -Pre-College Summer Studios in Portland, OR July 5-23
www.pnca.edu/precollege or call 503-821-8967

PEMCO Summer Leadership Camps- includes several camps including one for Spanish speaking,
Deaf Teens, Cheer leading, and high school leadership-In partnership with the School Employees
Credit Union of WA.
http://www.awsp.org/Content/awsp/StudentLeadership/SummerCamps/PEMCO2011.pdf

People to People Ambassadors Program-Leadership Summit for the summer of 2011. For more
information go to: www.peopletopeople.com Believe you have to be nominated for this. If you are
interested and have studied what they need, see Dr. Beaston to be considered for a nomination.
Phillips Academy Summer Session, Andover, MA. Excellent opportunity. 978 749 4400,
summer@andover.edu,
www.andover.edu/summersessionoutreach/summersession/pages/default.aspx

Phillips Exeter Academy, NH-Summer School Academics, Athletics, Performing & Visual Arts,
Activities, Summer Abroad Programs. www.exeter.edu/summer, 603-772-4311

Pratt Institute: Study art, design, architecture, creative writing, or critical & visual studies: 2 locations
in NYC.
www.pratt.edu/academics/continuing_education_and_professional/pro_credit_programs/precollege/s
ummer_programs/

Princeton Review Summer Prep: www.PrincetonReview.com/SummerPrep ACT or SAT -30 hours
of personalized instruction plus 4 full-length practice tests.

PRO Sports Club: Ages 5-17 years play and learn sports, basketball, racquet sports, jump rope,
music, theater, and more, 4455 148th Ave. NE Bellevue, WA 98007, (425) 885-5566 or visit
www.proclub.com for more information and program registration

Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN - Gifted Education Resource Institute – Summer residential
program www.geri.soe.purdue.edu, Pulsar program
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Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN - PREFACE-engineering program for current 9 & 10 grades,
Multiethnic Introduction to Engineering (MITE) for current 11th graders; other programs.
www.purdue.edu/purdue/outreach_community/youth_programs.html

Putney School, Putney, VT - (visual arts, performing arts, creative writing, farm programs)
www.putneyschoolsummer.org or call 810-387-6297

QuestBridge: College summer Programs for juniors at Harvard, Notre Dame, Stanford, or Yale. Full
scholarships are available for the summer program. Deadline: March 29 or earlier
www.questbridge.org , 888-275-2054

Rain City Fencing Center: Summer camps for ages 8-16, the art of fencing not the neighborly-
barrier www.raincityfencing.com , (425)747-6300

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI), Troy, NY: Multiple programs including PREFACE, a two-
week residential summer experience for sophomores and juniors who will enter 11th or 12th grade in
fall 2010, and have an interest in engineering and technological fields. It is for high school students
from groups that have been historically and traditionally underrepresented or underserved in science,
engineering, and technological fields. http://summer.rpi.edu/update.do?catcenterkey=4

Rite of Passage Journeys: Set in Cascades and Olympics ages 8 and up, 1 to 3 week programs
outdoor experiences since 1968, Scholarships are available, www.RiteOfPassageJourneys.org

Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY - College & Careers weekends for juniors—for
more information: http://www.admissions.rit.edu/careers/ and 585-475-6631

Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, NY - NTID Explore your Future Program for
college bound 10 and 11th graders with hearing loss: July17-22 & July 24-29. EYFinfo@rit.edu phone
585-475-6700 or 1-866-644-6843 (Both voice/TTY)
http://www.ntid.rit.edu/prospective/eyf_program.php

Rochester Institute of Technology’s DRobotZ Summer Camp for deaf and hard-of-hearing girls
and boys who are entering 9th or 10th grade this fall. It’s a two-week camp held July 28 – August 10,
2012 on the RIT campus in Rochester, N.Y.
At camp, you’ll team up with other girls and boys to build a robot, make it avoid obstacles, see and
recognize colors and hear sounds. And when camp is over, you'll take your new electronic friend
home with you. You’ll have lots of fun, and who knows – this could be a first step toward a future
career in robotics, computing or engineering! Computer engineers and programmers can create water
treatment plants for poor countries in Africa, test equipment for high-risk infants in nurseries and
design video games for children (and adults!) all over the world.
Get more information about this exciting opportunity and apply online today! All application materials
are due in our office by May 31, 2012. If you or your parents have any questions, contact the
DRobotZ office by phone at 585-475-7695 (voice/TTY), by videophone at 585-286-44555 or email
us.


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Ryther Outdoor Leadership Program, Seattle, WA
www.ryther.org/programsandservices/collaborativecoaching.htm

Salish Sea Expeditions: www.salish.org

Santa Clara University, Santa Clara, CA – Two one-week summer engineering seminars designed
for rising 10th and 11th graders with an interest in science, math and engineering.
http://www.scu.edu/engineering/undergraduate/ses.cfm

Sarah Lawrence College, NY-Summer Writer’s Workshop for High School Students & Writers’
Theater – exploring environment, character, dialogue, voice, movement, gesture, action and
language. (914) 395-2608 . There are other summer programs here too that include writing, science,
film, music, theatre, & visual arts. Go to: www.sarahlawrence.edu/highschool.

School of cinema & performing arts (SOCAPA) – Camps in filmmaking, acting for film, dance,
photography and screenwriting. Camps in New York, Los Angeles and Vermont. www.socapa.org or
(800) 718-2787 or (212) - 941-4057.

Seattle Audubon Society: Junior Naturalist Summer Program for High School Students, (entering
10th, 11th, and 12th grade next fall). This program provides teens with the opportunity to learn more
about environmental education and how to work with children in an outdoor setting. Go to the
website at www.seattleaudubon.org or contact Kintea Bryant, M.Ed. Education/Nature Camp Director
at 206.523.8243 ext 11 or kinteab@seattleaudubon.org

Seattle Goodwill Summer Youth Program 2011: a summer program for kids ages 15 – 17, this
program is paid; students can make up to $1300 and complete their community service hours that
they need to graduate. It’s a great way for teenagers to spend their summer doing something that’s
not only fun but productive and beneficial as well. Ted Greeley Ted.Greeley@seattlegoodwill.org|
206 860 5794 | www.seattlegoodwill.org

Seattle Gymnastics Academy: half-and full-day programs for all ages and skill levels, Seattle,
contact 206-362-7447 or visit www.seattlegymnastics.com for more information

Seattle Pacific University Nursing Camp- Sponsored by SPU Health Sciences 206-281-2233
www.spu.edu/depts/health-sciences/special/nursingcamp/index.asp

Seattle Parks and Recreation: weekly and one-time classes and activities including yoga, martial
arts, dance, art, environmental education, cooking, summer camp, sports leagues, and more, Seattle,
206-684-4075, www.seattle.gov/parks

Seattle Shakespeare Company: Elizabethan dance, scene study, stage combat, and more, ages
10-17, Seattle; 206-733-8228, www.seattleshakespeare.org

Seattle Youth Employment Program 2010 Summer Internship Program – Youth employment
program open to low income city residents ages 15-17 with educational and/or employment barriers.
http://www.cityofseattle.net/humanservices/youth/employment.htm



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SYEP Health Career Youth Project 2012: This is an educational opportunity that will allow youth to earn
college credit and potentially earn their Nursing Assistant Certified (NAC) license. The Seattle Youth
Employment Program (SYEP) is excited to announce that we are offering our popular and highly competitive
Health Careers Youth Project (HCYP) again. Accepted High School students will be enrolled in an eight week
summer quarter professional level nursing assistant certified (NAC) courses from June 25 through August 20.
Two different sites are available with one at North Seattle Community College (NSCC) and the other at Seattle
Central Community College (SCCC). All tuition, books and equipment will be covered by SYEP. Students will
earn college credits upon successful completion of the course and if approved by their high school counselors,
students can earn high school credits.
Who is eligible? Youth who:
     Will be 17 or 18 years old by June 1, 2012
     Live in Seattle city limits
     Currently attend Seattle Public High School
     Low-income status; Check website for income requirements
     Possess educational and/or employment barriers (see below)
     Must pass a background check
What are education and/or employment barriers?
In addition to the eligibility criteria listed above, youth must possess at least one of the following educational
and/or employment barriers:
     Behind in school credits (not at right grade level for your age)
     At risk for dropping out of school
     Failed one or more math or language arts class(es)
     Have an IEP, enrolled in modified/IEP classes, or have a documented disability
     Have an identified, documented mental health issue
     Be homeless or have no stable housing
     Be in foster care
     Be a pregnant or parenting youth
     Live in SHA or Section 8 housing
     Be affected domestic violence/abuse
How are participants selected?
Youth who:
    (1) Turn in a complete application (which require current immunizations and a recommendation letter)
    (2) Pass a math and reading skills test, which will be scheduled by the Coordinator
    (3) Complete a WIA Application and determined to be eligible
    (4) Attend a Mandatory Orientation on June 2 (SCCC) or June 9 (NSCC) (the date of the orientation will be
        determined at a later date).
How to turn-in an application?
Applications are available at SYEP (Central Building 810 Third Ave., Ste. 420, Seattle, 98104)
Once completed, please return them to Christine Torres-Clara, the HCYP coordinator by mail or in person.
Applications are accepted until all spaces are filled or by close of business day April 30, 2012.

SYEP is not responsible for lost or misdirected mail. The office is open M-F from 8 am to 5 pm. Only originals
accepted. No faxes or emails.
          The sooner you apply, the better your chances of getting a spot. Please act quickly! There are a
                                               limited number of spaces.
                  Christine Torres-Clara, 206-386-1383, christine.torres-clara@seattle.gov
         City of Seattle Youth Employment Program I 810 3rd Ave. Suite #420, Seattle, WA 98104
Website: www.cityofseattle.net/humanservices/youth/employment.htm
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Shoreline Public High Schools—sometimes offers a summer school. Give them a call. They
charge a little bit more for students not in their district but for some it is a viable option.
http://www.shorelineschools.org/programs/summer_school/

Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, NY - Pre-College program in liberal and studio arts.
http://cms.skidmore.edu/odsp/programs/precollegiate/index.cfm

Smith College, Northampton, MA - science and engineering, and skill enhancement for high school
girls www.smith.edu/summerprograms/ssep/

Smithsonian Institution, Young Ambassadors Program, June 24, 2012 – August 3, 2012. Contact
www.latino.si.edu/programs/youngambassadors.htm. Application deadline is April 9, 2012

St. Cloud State University, St. Cloud, MN - Summer Discovery Program current 9th, 10th & 11th
graders; Advanced Program in Technology and Science (APTS) for 10th & 11th graders:
http://www.stcloudstate.edu/pipeline/

Stroum Jewish Community Center Summer Camp: ages 4-16, one, two, three week sessions,
sports, outdoors, arts, drama, science, swimming, and field trips, www.SJCC.org

South Seattle Community College: Geometry & an SAT Prep course during the summer. For more
information call the Academic Center 206-768-6600

Stanford University -The Asian Liver Center -Annual Youth Leadership Conference on Asian and
Pacific Islander Health. http://liver.stanford.edu/YLC/

Student Conservation Association:
Community Crews are five week paid crews for 15-19 year olds ($8.67 per hour) working five
days/week in Seattle on park maintenance, invasive plant removal, and restoration projects: SCA
Seattle Community Crew Application
<https://spreadsheets.google.com/viewform?hl=en&formkey=dGRGQ1lFV3hFNk54VjEtRHY3NlFxME
E6MQ#gid=0>

Mount Rainier Crews are 15-day service learning experiences for 15-19 year olds (80 service hours
total) living and working on Mt. Rainier doing trail work and restoration projects: SCA Mount Rainier
Crew Application
<https://spreadsheets0.google.com/viewform?hl=en&hl=en&formkey=dFY3b3VXeEVwTG96QXNvdE
VReGY5UEE6MQ#gid=0>

More information can be found on the website at go.to/scaseattle.
Megan Martin
Program Assistant
SCA NW Community Programs
Office: 206.324.4649 x23
Cell: 206.499.1474
Fax: 206.324.4998


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Suffield Academy, Suffield, CT - Summer Academy – Academic program, skills program,
technology, activities. Excellent opportunity.
http://www.suffieldacademy.org/podium/default.aspx?t=113856

Suffolk University-Boston Summer Institute
Suffolk University's Boston Summer Institute offers high school students a unique opportunity to earn
two college credits while taking specially-designed courses centered on the theme of Boston. Our
two-week residential program will prepare your students for the next step in their education. Adding
college credits to their resume and experiencing life in a residence hall in the heart of Boston is a
great way to get a head-start on their college experience. We offer two sessions and a variety of two-
credit course options in each session. For more information, please visit our website at
www.suffolk.edu/summer

Summer At Cornish: is a program from studio courses to performance workshops, from the vibrant
Seattle cultural scene, for more information visit www.CORNISH.EDU/SUMMER or 206-726-5148

Summer Camps: a one or two week theater camps for ages 4-16, a program to train how to sing,
dance, act, laugh, perform and make new friends, 425-820-1800 or www.studio-east.org to register

Summer College Prep Awards for Juniors-full scholarships to college summer school programs at
Emory, Harvard, Stanford, Note Damen, Penn, or Yale and others I believe. Eligibility-strong
academic record as a junior and coming from an annual household income less than $60,000.00
apply online www.questbridge.org Deadline: March 29

Summer Search Foundation: a non-profit organization that offers low-income students the chance
to step out of their environments, expand their horizons, and change their futures. This is an ongoing
program throughout high school and college. Scholarships available. www.summersearch.org 206-
729-0911

Summer Study Programs at Penn State; University of Colorado, Boulder; University of
Vermont and The Sorbonne (Paris) – Academic and personal-growth enrichment programs and
workshops at location of your choosing. College credit and non-college credit programs offered.
Dates vary. www.summerstudy.com or (800) 666-2556 or email
precollegeprograms@summerstudy.com.

Summer Theatre Camps: This program offers ages 3-18, the opportunity to learn how to act, sing,
dance, and perform, 25% discounts for new students, for more information 206-232-4145 or
www.youththeatre.org

SuperCamp! www.supercamp.com Various locations and dates around the U.S. 1-800-285-3276

Sustainable Design Seminar*Bertschi School**August 1-5* *$390
Scholarships Available: Scott Van Batenburg, 206-442-6859. We will explore design and the
materials economy through the broad lens of sustainability, to include impacts of design on
environmental health, economic opportunity, and social equity. We will have presentations from a
variety of experts, from architects to designers of global health technology. Ben Wheeler--Explorer
West Middle School (206-919-5658) if you have any questions or ideas.


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Syracuse University Summer College: 2011 SU Summer College has 23 programs with students
attending more than 50 courses. These courses range from two week intensive non-credit programs
to full six week summer semester courses where students attend alongside SU undergrads. Full
program details can be found at www.summercollege.syr.edu. (315-443-5000, sumcoll@syr.edu)

Teen Camp Erin-King County: Grief Support for Teens: usually in August For more information,
please contact Ward Stern, Camp Erin Coordinator, at 206-749-7689 or ward.stern@providence.org
Try this website as well: http://www2.providence.org/kingcounty/facilities/providence-hospice-of-
seattle/children-services/Pages/camp-erin.aspx

Teens In Public Service (TIPS) is presently accepting 2010 summer internship applications. As you
may know, TIPS hires teens ages 15-19 and gives them paid summer internships working at non-
profit organizations. In 2008, we hired 60 teenagers from 32 different schools to perform valuable
work in our communities. TIPS interns work to provide affordable housing and services to the
homeless, tutor at-risk youth, gain hands-on experience in the medical, science and environmental
fields, and provide cultural enrichment and educational opportunities to children and families. In
addition to their work schedules, TIPS interns participate in leadership trainings, service activities,
and public speaking events. Deadline for applications is March 26. Need 2 letters of
recommendation. Go to: www.teensinpublicservice.org for information and an application.

The 5th Avenue Theatre: a chance to develop your skills and train with some of Broadway’s finest
performers at a nationally recognized theater, students in grade 6-12, take classes in voice, dance
and acting, for information visit www.5thavenue.org or call 206-625-1418

THE ACADEMIC INSTITUTE, INC. -SUMMER SCHOOL: Monday-Thursday classes Accredited
Classes or Enrichment Tutoring. 425 401 6844 OR email sherrill@academicinstitute.com The
Academic Institute, Inc offers a unique classroom experience to college bound students working on
grade replacement to raise their GPA while enhancing their skill level. Our classes are capped at no
more than seven students per class, to ensure a personalized learning experience. A supervised
tutorial study hall is available for interested students. We also offer enrichment tutoring to improve
skill for college. These include preparing for the SAT or ACT, reading vocabulary and comprehension
skills, writing skills, math skills for the next level of math class or reviewing Spanish for the
following year of study…for Spanish Two, Spanish Three or Spanish Four. We customize the tutoring
program for each student after in intake meeting and discussion of student needs.

The Academic Institute, Inc. is a program for college-bound students, Bellevue; 425-401-6844 or
visit www.academicinstitute.com

The Bronfman Youth Fellowships in Israel – Summer program June 28-August 3-will be continued
in NYC in the fall and over the years. Contact (518) 475-7212 www.bronfman.org.

The Cottonwood Gulch Foundation: to share in the culture and community of the Southwest,
overnight wilderness adventures, offers ages 10-18, Albuquerque, NM; 800-2-Go-Trek,
www.cottonwoodgulch.org

The NW School 2011 Summer Camp: offers more than 30 courses in fine arts, athletics, academic
support, digital arts, performing arts, SAT prep, and enrichment, Session1(July 5-15), Session2(July
18-29), Session3(August 1-12), www.northwestschool.org/summer for more information

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The TechREACH Summer Camp, SeaBots: The camp will be held at Edmonds Community College
usually in July. The flier is attached to this email. Please pass the following message along! SeaBots:
Dive into Science, a one-week science camp for middle school girls! Campers will solve real-world
scenarios in underwater discovery using LEGO Mindstorms™. They will design, build and deploy
Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROVs) to explore a coral reef, investigate a sunken ship, and collect
samples from the watery depths! Interactive hands-on activities will facilitate the understanding of
computer programming concepts, basic principles of physics, and what it means to be a mechanical
engineer or a computer scientist in marine research. Women scientists will visit the camp to share
their stories and enthusiasm for robotics with the girls. Online registration:
http://www.techreachclubs.org/sc.html

THINK Summer Institute: An unparalleled residential college summer program offering students
ages 13-16 the opportunity to earn 7 college credits. Univ. of Nevada, Reno
www.thinksummerinstitute.org

Tufts University European Center – Tufts Summit 2011, July 2 to July 29. Explore international
relations and improve your French while studying in Talloires, France. Live with a French family.
http://ase.tufts.edu/frenchalps or call David Baum (617) 627-3290 or email france@tufts.edu


TYE Seattle, the local chapter of the TYE global program, focuses on fostering
entrepreneurship in youth and helps them discover the rewards and challenges of becoming an
entrepreneur. As part of the TYE educational program, students participate in a Business Plan
Competition.

The program kicks off with an intensive 8 week training session taking place between October and
November 2012. Students will be attending five to seven classes, taught by local business leaders
and successful entrepreneurs. The focus of these sessions will be on learning the basics of business,
such as marketing, accounting, finance and law as related to small business.

Early in 2013 working in small groups each led by a mentor, students will bring their own ideas to life
by creating a business plan, and presenting at the TYE Seattle business plan competition. The
winners will get the opportunity to compete in the Global TYE business challenge competing with
students from around the world a grand prize of $25,000. The winning team is honored at the
'Entrepreneur of the Year Award' black tie gala event hosted by Ernst & Young every year in
Seattle.
•     Applications are currently being accepted for TYE Seattle 2012-13 program.
•     The application can be downloaded at the TYE website:
http://seattle.tie.org/tye.
•     Application deadline is May 27th, 2012.
•     There will be no more than 25 students accepted into the program.
If you have any questions, please email: tye-questions@tieseattle.org.


US Military Academy, West Point, NY - Summer Leaders Seminar at West Point for outstanding
high school juniors 845 938-4041. http://admissions.usma.edu/MoreInfo/summer.cfm



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United States Naval Academy Summer Seminar (Annapolis, MD) (NASS) Program for
juniors. This is a six day immersion program that runs the first three weeks of June in three
sessionshttp://www.usna.edu/Admissions/nass.htm

United States Page Program: The Page Program at the U.S. House of Representatives is seeking
high school juniors with a 3.0 grade point average or higher in the core academic subjects to serve as
support staff for the U.S. House of Representatives in Washington, D.C. Applicants for the summer
program may include rising juniors or rising seniors. Applicants must be at least 16 years old by the
date they begin their Page term. For a brief history and information on how to apply, go to the
Website: http://pageprogram.house.gov/index.html

University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ: A Summer of Excellence for academically talented high school
sophomores and juniors. http://www.soe.honors.arizona.edu/

University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) School of Arts and Architecture – Design/Media
Arts Institute, Intro to Architecture, Dance-Theater Intensive, World Music Summer Institute, and
Sci/Art NanoLab, See website for precollege and summer programs, http://www.admissions.ucla.edu/

University of Chicago - Summer Session for 10-12 grades, unique programs in humanities,
language studies, and scientific research, includes a traveling academy in Greece.
www.grahamschool.uchicago.edu/summer/highschool Telephone: 773/834-3792.
University of Idaho, Moscow, ID - Junior Engineering Math & Science Program Summer Session in
July www.uidaho.edu/engr/jems

University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI - Math and Science Scholars Summer Program
http://www.math.lsa.umich.edu/mmss/

University of Missouri, Rolla, MO - Minority Introduction to Engineering. 11th and 12th grade
African American, Hispanic and American Indian students in Fall 2010
http://precollege.mst.edu/MITE.html

University of Missouri College of Engineering, Columbia, MO – a variety of summer camps and
programs. http://engineering.missouri.edu/k-12/

University of Montana-Schwanke Institute, Missoula, MT - Substantial scholarship assistance is
available. Programs in discrete mathematics, creative writing, and film production in motion are
available. http://www.dhc.umt.edu/schwanke_institute/default.cfm

University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN - Lots of Summer Programs including: African-American,
Latino, global issues, etc. http://precollege.nd.edu/information-for-counselors/overview-of-programs

University of Oregon College Preparatory Institute – in Eugene usually the end of July-first part of
August OR in Denver, CO in June. Learn about self-advocacy in academia, financial management,
balanced living, writing at college level. www.ExperienceCLE.com, or 1-800-486-5058.

University of Rochester-Office of Pre-College Programs-At the University of Rochester, students
design their own educational plans, driven by their interests and passions. The University's Pre-
College Programs extend this same experience to junior high and high school students. The many

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options available include taking a one-week course, living on campus for a month, completing a
college class for credit, and participating in a summer study-abroad seminar.
(888) 822-2256 Information http://enrollment.rochester.edu/admissions/precollege.

University of Southern California (USC), Los Angeles, CA - Summer Seminars, Summer
Certificates, and Science Camps offer unique opportunities for high school students to experience
USC. http://cesp.usc.edu/go (Science camps are for female students only. All else open to both girls
& boys). Contact Sonny Hayes (213) 740-5679 summer@usc.edu

University of Southern California (Oil Tech/Engineering summer camps) -As a part encouraging
the development of a new generation of energy engineers, Chevron Corporation is funding a summer
camp geared toward high school juniors hosted at the University of Southern California. This summer
program will introduce students to opportunities and career possibilities in the energy resources
fields. Passionate High School Science and Math Teachers are also encouraged to apply as
observers. All applicants must apply online; interested to our website:
http://cisoft.usc.edu/uscchevron-frontiers-of-energy-resources-summer-camp
or to contact me directly: Juli Legat (213) 740-1076 cisoft@vsoe.usc.edu

University of Virginia’s Leadership on the Lawn Program- Leadership on the Lawn is a one-week
summer program at the University of Virginia, located in lovely Charlottesville. The program is
designed to strengthen and develop the skills of students who have displayed leadership interest and
potential. Students who participate in Leadership on the Lawn will live in U.VA Dormitories and
engage with U.VA students and faculty through pointed lectures and interactive problem-based
activities. The program is July 10-15, 2011, and the deadline for application is May 1, 2011. Detailed
information and online application is available at www.leadershiponthelawn.com. Meredith Spacie,
B.A., M.P.H.Chairperson, Schools Committee-University of Virginia Club of Seattle Telephone: (703)
585-4217

UWA Bothell-High School Writers Workshop 206-543-231-to see if it is happening and to enroll.
Email: youth@extn.washington.edu

UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON (UW Seattle): SUMMER and Annual Academic Programs:

UW College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP): The CAMP program is to introduce eligible high
school students to a variety of academic and scholarship opportunities. CAMP helps ensure students
are empowered to study and know of both academic and financial assistance opportunities. Contact
Carlos González (509) 203-5264 or visit the website at http://depts.washington.edu/omadcs/camp/

UW Seattle: Cybercamps, Gear Up, iD Tech Camps, Making Connections:
http://www.washington.edu/admin/hr/benefits/worklife/childcare/kids-prog-svcs.html

UW Seattle: GenOM Project-and Science research Contact Elena Hernández, (206) 221-4614 or
http://www.depts.washington.edu/genomics/

UW Seattle: Math Academy Contact:
http://www.engr.washington.edu/alumcomm/mathacademy.html



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UW Seattle: Advanced Study Program-High school students can enroll in regular UW courses during
the summer, including intensive language programs. Credits can be transferable. Criteria: 3.3 GPA.
http://www.summeryouth.washington.edu/syp/high/

UW Seattle-Summer Youth Programs (SYP): Academically-oriented, non-credit, enrichment
opportunities for elementary, middle and high school students. Computer Programming,
Screenwriting, Academic Writing Skills, Dance, and more. Questions to (206) 685-8936 or
youth@extn.washington.edu. http://www.summer-camp.uw.edu/

Washington University in St. Louis: High School Summer Experiences. Session A – June 10-
1July 14 and Session B – July 15-August 17. Contact: www.summerexperiences.wustl.edu.

UW Climate Quest: Climate Science and Digital Media Communications. 10, 11 or 12 grades
learn about climate change from people that research or work on applying climate science. Find out
more on the PCC website, the Burke Museum Summer Programs website, or call the PCC office
(206-543-6521). Click here to register through the Burke Museum.

University of Washington HCOP-U-Doc Program for Juniors 206-685-2489
http://depts.washington.edu/omca/ CONTACT Felicity Abeyta Direct: 206-616-5522 Main: 206-685-
2489 Email: fabeyta@u.washington.edu By 2010 summer have recently completed your sophomore
and junior year of high school, come from a disadvantaged background (economic, geographic,
education) and/or students who are underrepresented in medicine

UWA School of Nursing/UW Medical Center Camp Seattle – This camp is to increase awareness
for under represented high school sophomores and juniors that with interest, effort you can be in the
nursing profession. Contact Carolyn Chow 800-759-NURS or 543-8736, and see website
http://nursing.uw.edu/nursecamp.

UWA (SIMUW)-The Summer Institute for Mathematics at UW is designed for a select group of
enthusiastic and talented high school students who want an intense and challenging summer math
experience. The faculty is selected from active research mathematician and scientists from
prominent universities and companies. There is a detailed description of the program on the Web site
www.math.washington.edu/~simuw/> including application materials.

UWA Medical Center -Summer Teen Volunteer Program: 206-598-4218 or fossc@u.washington.edu
for more information. Must be 14 years or older. Due to the critical healthcare environment at UWMC,
teens who volunteer here must be mature, reliable, self-directed, motivated, and present with a good
customer service and communication skills. http://uwmedicine.washington.edu/Patient-
Care/Locations/UWMC/Community-Relations/Volunteer/Pages/Teen-Program.aspx

University of Wisconsin - Madison, WI: Huge list of programs for students for current 10 &11
graders http://www.dcs.wisc.edu/outreach/youth.htm For the Engineering Program
http://studentservices.engr.wisc.edu/diversity/esp/

Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, NY - Internal Drive, Summer Institute for the Gifted, Powerhouse
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Washington State Student Leadership Camps (sponsored by PEMCO Insurance and the
School Employees Credit Union of Washington): Several High school leadership camps
available, bilingual and sports oriented as well. Contact: Ashlie Gates ashlieg@awsp.org or Karen
Johnson karenj@awsp.org, phone (360) 497-5323. See website for details:
http://awsp.informz.net/awsp/archives/archive_2124962.html.

Washington State University Health Occupations Preparatory Experience (HOPE) Program: A
summer work/study program for current high school juniors and seniors with a focus on diversity in
education and professionals in the work force. Contact (509) 358-7644 or Bonniew@wsu.edu,
http://extension.wsu.edu/ahec/ages/HopFAQ.aspx. Alternate Contact Libby Walker at
perkins@wsu.edu or http://honors.wsu.edu/summerporgrams

Washington State University - School of Nursing-14th Annual Native American Health Sciences
Institute, Provides an opportunity for Native American High School students to experience the Health
Science professions, encourages Native American students to pursue Health Science degree
programs and to prepare themselves for their future. Open to Native American male and female
students who will be entering the 10th, 11th, or 12th grade in Fall of 2010. Taking only students who
live in the states of Washington, Oregon, or Idaho unless your Tribe or family pays transportation if
live outside of these states. Free. Further information: Robbie Paul, Director Native American Health
Sciences at 509-368-6884 or e-mail paul@wsu.edu. You can also contact Raynel Begay at (509)
335-6718 or rbegay@wsu.edu. http://nursing.wsu.edu/academics/nahashnee/

Washington State University Summer Advantage – for incoming freshmen only, usually from June
to July. Mini semester offers a jump on GER courses, college survival skills.
http://www.summer.wsu.edu/advantage/

Washington State University, Pullman, WA: Cougar Camp, includes workshops such as, Lego
Mindstorm Robots, Environmental Sciences, Culinary Arts, Fashion Design, and many more
http://www.cougarquest.wsu.edu/ or for Advanced Placement students, regular course availability
contact Libby Walker (509) 335-4507 or http://honors.wsu.edu/summerprograms/index.html.
Washington Trails Association: Get outside this summer and join a Youth Volunteer Vacation.
WTA offers scholarships for youth. Contact: www.wta.org. Application deadline is April 20, 2012.

Washington University in St. Louis: Five week Summer Program for sophomores & juniors, call
(866) 209-0691. Two-week Young Writers Institute, e-mail swi@artsci.wustl.edu. For other
programs call: (314) 935-6720 or contact http://summerscholars.wustl.edu

Wave Trek: a program to inform, connect, and equip with paddling, biking, hiking, climbing, and
snowboarding in and around the Northwest, ages 12-17, Index; 425-883-9039, www.wavetrek.com

Weizmann Institute of Science (in Rehovot, Israel) Bessie F. Lawrence Summer Science Institute
July 4-29 This is an intense summer science program that allows students to participate in research.
Full scholarship. 212-895-7900 contact Debbie Calise ACWIS Coordinator Debbie@acwis.org
www.weizmann-usa.org

Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot, Israel - Dr. Bessie F. Lawrence International Summer
Science Institute (ISSI) for seniors
http://www.weizmann.ac.il/zemed/english/activities.php?page_name=activities&cat=0&act=large&id=
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Wellesley College, Wellesley, MA - A Co-educational Summer School
www.wellesley.edu/SummerSchool

Western Washington University (WWU) College Quest-A pre-college experience for students
entering grades 10-12. Western Washington University
http://www.acadweb.wwu.edu/eesp/youth/index.shtml

Western Washington University: a variety of weeklong camps; ages 2-18, Bellingham, 360-650-
3308, visit their website http://wwu.edu/youth for more information

Wilderness Awareness School: not-for-profit environmental education organization, a program to
understand and appreciate of nature, community and self, Duvall, 425-788-1301,
www.wildernessawareness.org

Worcester Polytechic Institute (WPI), Worcester, MA - Launch Program is a learning and research
opportunity for students entering 9th & 10th grade…focusing on biology, chemistry/biochemistry,
interactive media and game development, and robotics. Go to:
http://admissions.wpi.edu/Frontiers/launch.html

Worcester Polytechic Institute (WPI), Worcester, MA - Frontiers Program offers an on-campus,
residential, research, and learning experience that challenges soon to be high school juniors and
seniors to explore outer limits of knowledge in science, math, and engineering. 2 sessions. Go to:
http://admissions.wpi.edu/Frontiers/about.html

YMCA girls Leadership Camp: Sign up online: www.camporkila.org 206-382-5013 for more
information

YMCA: you’ll find high quality, affordable and convenient values based programs presented by
experts, caring staff, and a wide menu of programs from preschool to high school, 206-382-5022 or
www.ysummer.org/camp

Young Ambassador Program sponsored by the Smithsonian Latino Center and underwritten by the
Ford Motor Co. 1 week all expense paid training seminar at the Smithsonian Institute and a paid
internship at a recognized museum or cultural organization in the USA or in Puerto Rico.
http://www.latino.si.edu/education Emily Key, 202-633-1268 or SLCEducation@si.edu Deadline: April
8

Young Native Scholars / InterTribal Youth, exists to prepare Native American students for a
brighter future through hands-on life experiences that combine academics, adventure travel, health
and wellness, cultural exploration and economic opportunities. Summer travel: Northern CA, Panama
www.InterTribalYouth.org

Youth for Understanding National Scholarships for summer abroad in Japan, China, Germany, and
the Student’s Choice. www.yfu-usa.org or call 1-800-TEENAGE for an application and additional
information.

Youth in Focus offers youth, ages 13-19, the opportunity to learn about photography at many
different levels. All students receive a $1,000.00 scholarship to cover all costs associated with the
program. This Summer, we are offering classes in Beginning, Intermediate and Advanced Black &
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White photography, in addition to Beginning Digital classes. (206) 723-1479 www.youthinfocus.org
Our student application is available for download and distribution at http://youthinfocus.org/wp-
content/uploads/2011/02/StudentApplicationSpring2011.pdf

YouthForce is a program of the Boys and Girls Clubs of King County, offering a paid internship
opportunity at Microsoft for underserved teens that provides hand-on experience & exposure to
business and marketing, and career exploration during the 2011-2012 school
year.www.yf.positiveplace.org For a full job description or questions, contact- Amanda- Career
Internship Director. 206-436-1843 or alicorish@positiveplace.org




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