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Leadership Opportunities and Camps for Freshmen through Seniors
There will be (5) summer CyberPatriot Camps that will be offered at various schools in the greater Sacramento region during late June and into July.
The five schools are as follows:
American River College
Cosumnes River College
Folsom Lake College
Sacramento City College
The camps will run for three (3) days and their goal is to inspire students toward pursuing careers in cybersecurity or other science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) discipines critical to our nation's future. There will be no cost to students. Enrollment is focused on students who will be entering grades 9-11. Students will not be charged any fees for participating in the camps. Their plan is to have 25 student seats per camp with a goal of serving 125 high school students.
JOINT SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY INSTITUTE (JSTI) SUMMER OPPORTUNITY: Open to high school students. Must be at least 16 years old by July 17, 2015. The Defense Threat Reduction Agency's JSTI Office partners with arms of the Army and Navy to help expose students to scientific research through hands-on projects and increase their awareness of STEM career opportunities. This two week experience is an all-expenses paid, residential program, administered by Oak Ridge Associated Universities, and affords 36 high school students the opportunity to work on leading edge science, technology, engineering, and math projects with the Department of Defense scientists and engineers. Camp is July 18-31, 2015 in Edgewood, MC. Deadline to Apply is March 15
The UC Davis Young Scholars Program is a summer residential research program designed to expose 40, high achieving high school students to the world of original research in the natural sciences with emphases on the biological, environmental and agricultural sciences. To be eligible for the summer of 2015, students must be currently enrolled as sophomores or juniors in high school. Participants in the 2015 UCD-YSP will work one-on-one with research faculty and research groups in state of the art laboratories for six weeks. Each student will work on an individual project and prepare a journal quality paper and symposium presentation about their work.
For high school juniors (rising seniors), this camp attendance is by scholarship only. All winners are local and are selected and funded by your local Rotary Club.
Young men and women spend a week in a challenging program of discussions, inspirational addresses, leadership training and social activities designed to enhance personal development, leadership skills and good citizenship.
You will also have the opportunity to participate in a character building program provided by the Grizzly Creek Ranch Ropes Course, which focuses on leadership, effective communication, trust and cooperation. Utilizing adventure, personal commitments and shared insights, you will gain an increased sense of confidence in yourselves and in your team. Share your interest and desire to attend with your school teachers/staff/administration to potentially procure their nomination. Camp is held in June and July and nominations are received in early March.
|OLAB is a
one-week hands-on introduction to business and the market economy for
young women and men entering their senior year in high school.
California Nevada Moose Youth Awareness Program 2012-13 (PDF - 172 KB)
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