Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., Henry County Alumnae Chapter www.hcacdst.org
Educational Development programs for middle and high school girls and boys serve as a motivational tool which targets teenagers in an effort to increase knowledge and awareness of issues and concerns that affect youth in our society today. Application deadline: June 15, 2013
Georgia FFA Camp http://www.georgiaffacamp.org/Programs.htm
The goal of the FFA-FCCLA Camp is to teaching leadership and life skills in a hands-on environment. Several camps are offered: Leadership, FFA Wildlife, FFA Horse, BASIC Training, Ropes Course, Parent/Child Adventures, & Kids Fishing Events. Check their website for registration fees, event dates, and application deadlines.
2013 Henry County Summer Camps and Activities
Camp Horizon is a day camp for children between the ages of 6-16, who have experienced the death of a loved one. The camp blends traditional camp fun with grief activities such as exploring the memories of those campers have lost, learning coping skills and participating in creative projects. Camp date: Saturday, August 24, 2013. Registration deadline: August 14, 2013. http://sacredjourneyhospice.org/learn-more-about/camp-horizon/
Union Grove High School 2013 Tennis Camp email@example.com
This program is for rising 2nd through 8th grade boys and girls who wish to learn the basics of tennis. Program dates: June 24 - June 27th from 9:00 AM-12:00 PM. Cost: $100. Space is limited to the first 24 who sign up. To check to see if there are spaces available go to: East Lake Elementary School’s Website; click on the “Teachers” tab; finally, click on “Trish McDonald.”
Auburn University http://www.auburn.edu/outreach/opce/summerexperience/
2013 Summer Experience Academic Camps. Tuition includes all housing, foods, instruction, and recreation activities. Participants experience campus-life while residing in resident dormitories, eating at campus dining facilities, and enjoying evening social/recreational activities, with 24/7 counselor supervision. Please access their website for a complete list of camps, dates, and fees.
· 21st Century Community Learning Centers Summer Camp
· Architecture Camps (2 sessions)
· Art: Summer Art Studio Intensive
· Blackbelt Community Foundation Legacy Camp
· Building Construction Camp
· Creative Writing Studio
· Design Workshop (Industrial Design) (2 sessions)
· Digital Forensics CSI Camp
· Fish (and Aquaculture) Camp
· Engineering Camps: JR and SR TIGERS
· Engineering Camps: Women in Engineering
· Guitar Workshop
· Korean Cultural Experience Camp
· Loachapoka Exploring Auburn Days (LEAD)
· Musical Theatre Camp
· Project Design Week (Fashion and Interior Design)
· REAL Cents – REAL Change Summer Camp (Financial Management and Philanthropic Impact)
· Strings and Chamber Music Camp
· Veterinary Camps: JR and SR
· World Affairs Youth Seminar (Model United Nations)
Auburn University Real Cents Real Change www.auburn.edu/realcentsrealchange
A residential camp for ages 13-18 seeing to educate, enable and empower teens to develop their full leadership potential, achieve independence as financial decision makers and donors, and serve as philanthropic and nonprofit leaders. Teens will engage in a multitude of activities, interact with a diverse array of speakers, faculty and professional staff. Program dates: June 16-21, 2013. Tuition: $549 (covers all instruction, housing, meals, and recreational activities)
This camp, conducted by Auburn University's Department of Theatre, is an exciting opportunity for rising 9th - 12th grade students interested in the field of musical theatre. This innovative, intensive, week-long residential workshop is designed for music, theatre, dance, and show-choir students of all levels. The camp will culminate with a musical theatre revue open to parents and guests. Program dates: July 14-19. Cost: $625. For more information or to register, call the Office of Professional and Continuing Education at 334.844.5100.
Auburn University Summer Youth Guitar Workshop www.auburn.edu/summercamps
The workshop will offer a wide range of musical experiences including group and individual instruction, ensemble coaching, a variety of presentations, and evening artist’s recitals. Students will be placed in ensembles according to their level of experience. This workshop is open to guitarists of all levels, aged 8 – 18. Beginners are welcome! Program dates: July 26-28th. Tuition: Residential - $349 (includes all instruction, housing, meals, recreational activities, workshop photo, and T-shirt. Commuter - $299 (does not include lodging or breakfast).
Introductory special: use code “music13” when registering online and save 10%.
For additional information about the workshop, contact Joseph Ikner, Auburn University Music Department, at 334‐844‐4165 or 703‐727‐7766.
The Auburn University String and Chamber Music www.auburn.edu/summercamps
This camp is open to musicians aged 10‐18 who play violin, viola, cello, and string bass.
The camp will offer a wide range of musical experiences including chamber music, orchestra, and jazz improvisation, as well as a movement awareness session taught by a certified Alexander Technique instructor. Participants for this intensive three‐day residential workshop should have at least two years of instruction (private or class) on their instruments and two years of participation in small and/or large instrumental ensembles. Tuition: $349 (includes all instruction, housing, meals, recreational activities, a camp photo, and T-shirt). Commuter - $299 (does not include lodging or breakfast). For program questions, contact Lisa Caravan, Auburn University Music Department, at (334) 844‐8192.
Morehouse Entrepreneur Program www.yescampatlanta.com
The Youth Entrepreneurship Summer (YES) Camp is a unique non-residential experience offered to Greater Atlanta high school students to expose them to the opportunities associated with entrepreneurship. This two week program is designed for rising 10th & 11th grade, economically disadvantaged students in the Greater Atlanta area to introduce them to the concept of entrepreneurship. Program date: June 3-14. Scholarships available for the $600 cost of attendance. Application deadline: May 6th. Space is limited. Revision
DeVry University www.atl.devry.edu/passport2college.html
Passport2College offers college-level courses to rising juniors and seniors, and seniors who will graduate May 2013, wishing to earn college credit at no cost. Program dates: May 28th – June 28th. Application deadline: May 10th.
Spelman College http://www.spelman.edu/academics/summer-programs
· The College Prep Institute is a two-week residential program for high school females who are college bound and seeking an exceptional experience from which to launch their college search process. Application deadline: April 30, 2013.
· The Imagine Computer and Information Science Summer Camps are one- to two-week commuter camps designed to support students as they explore various real-world applications of computing. This year's camps are offered in two sessions and open to third- to 12th-graders. Applications currently being accepted.
· Early College Program is a five-week residential program for rising 12th-grade and recent high school graduates (rising college freshmen), who are college bound seeking an experience to launch their college search preparatory process. Application deadline: April 30, 2013.
The Morehouse School of Medicine
The Ben Carson Science Academy 4-week program provides enrichment for elementary and middle school students to enhance their knowledge of science, mathematics and health careers. Students are involved in hands-on interactive activities that are designed to challenge them while making the learning of science and math fun. Program begins 1st week in June. Applications accepted until class capacities are reached.
Camp MAGIK (Mainly About Grief In Kids) www.campmagik.org
Camp MAGIK, a FREE healing camp for bereaved children, serves children ages seven through high-school who have experienced the death of a parent, sibling or other close family member within the past three years. Camp MAGIK will provide an opportunity for children and teens to meet, talk, and process their grief with professional grief counselors. Activities may include archery, canoeing, a ropes course, nature hikes, treasure hunts, hay rides, campfires, story-telling, and a talent show. Each camp will be divided into two groups, one for ages 7 - 11, and one for ages 12 - 17.
· YMCA High Harbour camp in Cartersville - April 26-28, 2013. Application deadline: April 17th.
· Calvin Center in Hampton - May 17-19, 2013. Application deadline: May 8th
· Parent/guardian retreats available
Medical Center of Central Georgia & Three Rivers AHEC Cassandra.Williams@mccg.org
Med Vac is a summer camp for high school students at least 15 years old to explore careers available in the medical profession. This year’s event will include a city wide disaster drill, a visit to the Bodies Exhibit, health career presentations, phlebotomy, and more. Program dates: June 10th – 14th in Macon. Contact Cassandra Williams at 478-633-7610. WILLIAMS.CASSANDRA@MCCG.ORGApplication Deadline: April 30th.
Federal Service Language Academy (FSLA) http://www.northgeorgia.edu/summeracademy/
FSLA is a 3-week immersion language residential program at the Univ. of North Georgia. Rising 10-12th graders and 2013 high school graduates interested in exploring international-related careers with the federal government will learn the fundamentals of Portuguese and be exposed to the rich culture of Brazil from highly qualified teachers and receive career counseling from federal agency representatives. Program dates: June 9th – 28th. Application deadline: May 1st.
Atlanta Chapter Tuskegee Airmen, Inc. firstname.lastname@example.org
Tuskegee Airmen Aviation Career Training Summer Program (TAACT) The objective of the TAACT is to continue the legacy of the Tuskegee Airmen, inspire youth to pursue aerospace related careers, promote excellence of character, and recognize the importance of academic achievement. Program dates: June 17-21, 2013. Application deadline and $30.00 application fee due by May 3rd.
Clayton State University www.clayton.edu/business/sega
The Summer Entrepreneurship and Business Academy is a week-long residential program for high school students. Topics will include entrepreneurship, business, ethics, free enterprise, teamwork and personal skills. Program dates June 16-21. $395 tuition covers food, board, and transportation. Space is limited.
Tuskegee University Summer Programs (please check website for additional programs) http://www.tuskegee.edu/academics/summer_programs.aspx
· Summer Leadership Academy http://www.tuskegee.edu/sites/www/Uploads/files/Academics/Continuing%20Education/Summer%20Leadership%20Application%202013.pdf - A non-residential program for rising 9th – 12th graders designed to give high school students an opportunity to learn firsthand about the importance of being involved in their community, learning about various components of history and acquiring attributes to make them effective leaders for the future. Program dates: July 8-12th. Accommodations are available if requested. Application and registration fee of $75 due by June 3rd. Space is limited.
· AgriTrek/SciTREK/AgDiscovery http://www.tuskegee.edu/agritrek.aspx
A two-week residential programs for ages 14 – 17 that create an awareness of the educational opportunities that are available in Science, Technology, Engineering, Agriculture and Mathematics (STEAM) and related areas through hands-on research, leadership development and personal enrichment activities. Program dates: June 9-22. Application deadline: March 23rd.
· M.O.B.I.L.E. http://www.tuskegee.edu/sites/www/Uploads/files/Academics/MOBILE_Application.pdf A non-residential program to emphasize entrepreneurial education; enhance entrepreneurial and job skills development; engage participants in experiential “hands-on-learning”; youth leadership preparedness and workforce development. Cost of attendance is $40. Application deadline: March 31st.
· Molecular Biotechnology and Genomics Workshop http://www.tuskegee.edu/plant_genomics_and_biotechnology_workshop.aspx - A two day residential workshop that will provide students with fundamental training and resources, while at the same time igniting a passion for biotechnology and genomics, necessary to solve global challenges in crop/plant production, crop/plant disease, food security, food safety and other relevant issues of the 21st century. Program dates: August 1st & 2nd. Application deadline: April 30th.
Artemis Young Writers Institute www.artemisconsultingroup.net
The Institute provides structured insight on how to expand the writing skills of high school students in preparation for their transition to collegiate level writing. Students will explore strategies on how to write essays for general academic writing, the SAT and ACT, admission into college, and scholarships. The workshops will be composed of students in grades 9-12. Program dates: June 17th – 21st. Application & fee of $275 due by April 30th.
Georgia Tech http://coe.gatech.edu/content/summer-program
The College of Engineering at Georgia Tech has partnered with Leadership Education And Development (LEAD) to offer a 3-week residency Summer Engineering Institute (SEI) with a focus on under-represented minority rising 11th and 12th graders. SEI’s focus teaches students some of the basic engineering and computer science techniques and challenges students to solve real-world engineering problems with hands on experience. Application & fee deadline: April 15th (limited scholarships available).
New York University www.nyu.edu/precollege
The NYU precollege program allows rising juniors and seniors to become immersed in the college experience with a 6-week residential program providing intensive learning opportunities to develop writing skills for college essays and plan for college trough college-planning sessions and a summer college fair. Program dates: July 8th – August 17th. Apply by April 1st for scholarship opportunities.
Columbus State University www.atlantahornclinic.com
Atlanta Horn Clinic Summer Symposium is an intensive 3-day event open to high school and college horn students. Students may participate in horn choir, horn quartets, warm-up classes, master classes, and solo competition. Program dates: June 18-20. Cost: $350. Registration deadline: April 1st.
Georgia State University http://education.gsu.edu/main/5599.html
The College of Education at GSU invites rising 11th and 12th graders to participate in the Academy for Future Teachers (AFT) three-week urban education and teaching workshop. Program dates: June 6-June 24. The academy is free, and participants receive a $200 stipend for full participation, plus a Marta card and snack/lunch card for on-campus use. Accepting applications on a rolling basis until the program is full.
University of Alabama http://k12summer.ua.edu/
Offering a variety of intriguing summer programs for students of all ages. Whatever your interests, they have a program for you. Access their website for a list of programs and dates.
21st Century Leaders www.21stcenturyleaders.org
EarthCare is a weeklong environment-focused leadership development program for current freshmen, sophomores, and juniors in which participants are exposed to various environmental challenges through interactive workshops, tours, roundtable sessions with business leaders, team-building exercises, and an etiquette dinner, all while living on the campus of Berry College. Program dates: June 9-14; cost of attendance provided by Georgia Power. Application deadline: April 15 at 9am.
21st Century Leaders www.21stcenturyleaders.org
Youth Leadership Institute is a weeklong business-focused leadership development program for current freshmen, sophomores, and juniors in which participants are exposed to various businesses through interactive workshops, corporate tours, roundtable sessions with business leaders, team-building exercises and an etiquette dinner. Program dates: June 2-7; $95 registration fee. Application deadline: April 1 at 9am.
National Bar Association Crump Law Camp www.Nationalbar.org
Crump Law Camp, a two-week residential experience on the campus of Howard University, was established by the National Bar Association to provide students entering the ninth through eleventh grades (between the ages of 14 and 17) with an introduction to the American judicial system. Program dates: July 6 – 16. Application deadline: March 15.
Vanderbilt University https://pave.vanderbilt.edu
The 2013 PAVE program at Vanderbilt University is a summer pre-college program designed to strengthen the academic skills of students who are planning to enter a college engineering, pre-medical, science, or technology program, and ease the transition from high school to college. PAVE is open to high school students who are in the 11th grade (class of 2014) or 12th grade (class of 2013). Program dates: June 24 – August 2. Application deadline: April 20; rolling admissions.
Vanderbilt University http://pty.vanderbilt.edu/students/vsa/
At Vanderbilt Summer Academy, highly gifted upcoming 8th – 12th grade students can soar—learning at a rapid pace in a community of their peers. As a VSA student, you will live on campus and take advanced courses with Vanderbilt professors, lecturers, and graduate students. Three sessions ranging from June 9 – July 26. Access website for deadlines and specific program dates.
Clemson University www.c-cats.org
Clemson’s Challenge for Academically Talented Students (C-CATS) is a weekend program designed specifically for high-achieving 9th and 10th grade students. The program introduces students to Clemson University and the opportunities Clemson has to offer. Program dates: Several sessions beginning early March –April 28. Apply early.
Georgia Tech https://www.ceismc.gatech.edu/summerprograms
CEISMC Summer P.E.A.K.S. (Programs for Enrichment and Accelerated Knowledge in STEM) are hands-on, interactive learning experiences. Summer P.E.A.K.S. give participants the chance to enhance learning during the summer in experiential activities on campus at Georgia Tech. P.E.A.K.S. cover many different Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) concepts. Programs available for elementary through high school. Applications available now.
University of Georgia https://www.admissions.uga.edu/article/precollegiate-programs.html
Pre-College Summer Programs - Academic Programs for K-12, Leadership Programs, Performing Arts Programs, Summer Camps, and other opportunities at UGA. Applications available now.
iD Tech Camps (ages 7-17) and iD Gaming Academy (ages 13-18), these summer camps offer technology related programs taught by tech savvy adults passionate about teaching game design, film, computer science, and more. Several program dates available. Applications available now.
Centers for Disease Control & Prevention http://www.cdc.gov/museum/camp/index.htm
The CDC Disease Detective Camp is an academic public health day camp held at CDC's headquarters in Atlanta, GA. The camp is open to upcoming high school juniors and seniors. CDC Junior Disease Detective Camp is for rising 7th and 8th graders. Applications available now.
A variety of educational and athletic summer programs for students ages 4-18. Program dates: June 3 – July 12. Registration begins January, 2013.
National Computer Camps http://www.nccamp.com/locatn.html
Offered at Oglethorpe University, NCC offers residential and day programs for students ages 8-18 and provides instruction in video game design, in Android App programming, in digital video production, in a variety of software applications,. Check website for application information and dates.
Accounting Career Awareness Program (ACAP) www.nabaatl.org
ACAP offers a free one week summer residency program at Emory University for minority high school 10-12th graders interested in Accounting, Finance, and Business. Program dates June 9-14. Registration deadline: March 15th.
Organization of Black Aerospace Professional (OBAP) http://www.obap.org/programs/programs-ace-camps.asp
During an OBAP academy, students can expect to participate in activities that feature STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) components, participate in trips to aviation related facilities, and receive tours of areas the general public normally never see. The academies also offer students the opportunity to perform actual flights in a general aviation aircraft. Program dates July 21 – 26. $20 application fee. Apply now! Registration closes July 7th.
H.O.T. Days @ GT. A one-week long summer enrichment program designed to introduce rising 10th & 11th graders to electrical and computer engineering concepts. Program dates June 10-14 or June 17-21. $10 application fee; $175 tuition covers meals, materials, and supplies.
Application deadline: April 1st.
Emory University www.precollege.emory.edu
2013 Emory Pre-College Program is an academic program for rising 11th & 12th graders providing a glimpse of academic & residential life at Emory while earning possible high school credit. Several program sessions available. Applications evaluated on a rolling basis until classes are filled.
Duke University Talent Identification Program www.tip.duke.edu/fsi
Duke TIP offers diverse summer programs that challenge high school students with fast-paced courses in law, math and science, social sciences and the arts and humanities. Applications reviewed in batches as they are received.
Calvin College’s (Grand Rapids, MI) www.calvin.edu/go/summeracademy
This program is designed for high school students to live together in residence halls, participate in service projects, hone academic skills, and earn university credit. Students successfully completing the program will receive up to $2000 grant toward Calvin tuition for full time enrollment. Access their website for dates and deadlines.
University of Georgia www.terry.uga.edu/diversity/terry_business_academy.html
Terry Business Academy is a free selective, pre-collegiate program for high school juniors, seniors, and incoming UGA freshmen interested in business and entrepreneurship. Application deadline March 29th.
University of Georgia www.terry.uga.edu/diversity/accounting_residency.html
Terry Accounting Residency Program offers rising high school juniors, seniors, and incoming UGA freshmen the opportunity to learn about career options in accounting, business etiquette, writing a resume, and develop financial literacy and leadership skills for free. Application deadline March 29th.
Washington University in St. Louis http://summerexperiences.wustl.edu
The High School Summer Experiences offers academically talented high school students the change to get an early taste of college life by taking courses, participating in academic institutes, and attending specialized seminars that give them a head state on the part to college while living on campus. Access website for dates and deadlines.
Otis College of Art and Design in Los Angeles www.otis.edu./soa
Summer of Art College Preparation program provides young artists ages 15 -18 with a residential immersion college experience into the field of art and design and an ideal way to experience what it’s like to attend an art and design school. Program dates: July 1 – 26th. Scholarships available based on need and/or merit. Access website for dates and deadlines.
Armstrong Atlantic State University http://armstrong.edu/stepscholar
The Science Talent Expansion Program (STEP) scholars program is free for incoming freshmen admitted to Armstrong and interested in a career in science or mathematics. The 6-week residential program is intended to prepare students for the college-level mathematics, and includes a research opportunity, mentoring by faculty and students, and a $300 stipend each week. Program dates from June 17 – July 26th. Application deadline May 3rd.
The Residencia Universitaria Jesep Manyanet in Barcelona, Spain
La Academia de Espana is an academic program for students in grades 10-12 offering intensive Spanish language at all levels, a selection of courses in English, intellectual and curricular adventure, cultural enrichment, field trips, guest speakers, activities and sports.
Sewanee Environmental Institute (SEI) http://sei.sewanee.edu/programs/precollege/
SEI’s Pre-College Field Studies Experience is designed for students who are passionate about the outdoors and want to advance their knowledge and skills in the study of the environment while exploring Sewanee’s ecologically diverse 13,000-acre campus. The program is for rising high school juniors and seniors. Program dates from June 30 – July 13th. Review of applications will begin on April 10th.
US Naval Academy’s Summer STEM Academy http://www.usna.edu/Admissions/stem.htm
The United States Naval Academy focuses on four areas during the Summer STEM Program: Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics. This program is designed to encourage rising 8th– 11th graders to pursue a course of study in engineering and technology throughout high school and college. Program dates: June 3rd – 8th (Rising 8th – 9th grader); June 10th – 15th (Rising 10th grade); June 17th – 21st (Rising 11th grade). Program fee: $200. Application deadline: April 15th
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