Summer Camps & Programs

Summer Camps and Programs
Deadline 
 

Junior Class Only - Southern Indiana Power Youth Tour 
June 13-20, 2019

Southern Indiana Power has the opportunity to send a high school junior (who will be a senior in the Fall of 2019) on a trip of a lifetime to Washington D.C. This is an all-expense paid trip and the seven-day trip includes visits to Gettysburg, Arlington National Cemetery, Jefferson, MLK Jr., and FDR memorials, and will meet with the Indiana congressional delegation. Once in D.C. the junior gets to attend a youth rally where typically 1600 other youth tour delegates from across the country are there to meet and mingle as well. 

Here is the information: 

Online applications for Southern Indiana Power’s Youth Tour June 13-20 are available on IndianaYouthTour.org. Applications are due February 1, 2019. Once your application is submitted you will be required to submit a 1-2 minute video about yourself (so the board of directors can put a face to the application and get to know you a little better). Instructions on the video will be sent after the application submission.

Stop by the HHHS Guidance Office for more details or talk with Nicole Cash, our HHHS representative from last summer.

 













deadline to apply:
February 1, 2019
    
 

Health Careers Camp 2019 – July 24-25-26 - Memorial Hospital and Vincennes University

Are you interested in learning more about health careers? Do you like working with people, but aren’t sure what career path to pursue? Are you good at math and science, but don’t exactly know where to apply that knowledge? Memorial Hospital and Health Care Center and Vincennes University Jasper Campus Heath Careers Camp is designed for you. This camp will provide high school students (sophomores, juniors, or seniors) with engaging activities, educational sessions and practical advice to further explore and pursue health care careers. This 3 day, 8:30am to 3:00pm, action-packed camp will give participants insight into college life and a variety of health care careers.  Application packets can be picked up in the HHHS Guidance Office.  Camp fee is $30. Registration is limited with deadline to apply being June 3.

 









deadline to apply:
June 3, 2019
 

Hoosier Girls and Boys State Summer Program

Attention JUNIORS : You are invited to attend Hoosier Girls or Boys State,
to be held this summer at Trine University in June. It is paid for by the local American Legion. This is a unique summertime educational program that is designed to mirror the structure and operation of the Indiana state government, while providing training in citizenship, leadership and character development. Some past attendees include former Governor Mitch Daniels, Senator Lugar, Astronaut Neil Armstrong, President  Bill Clinton, and Basketball player Michael Jordan. It is an honor to attend.

GIRLS: go to www.hoosiergirlsstate.org  for more information.

Applications may be picked up and turned in to Guidance.

Deadline is March 1.

BOYS: Go to www.hoosierboysstate.org  for more information and to apply online.

 








deadline:
March 1, 2019
 

Indiana Youth Cadet Law Enforcement Academy Summer Program

To be the best, you have to learn from the best.

Registration is open to boys and girls currently in grades 9 thru 12.  The registration fee is $300 per Cadet.  This fee, which may be paid by an American Legion Post, District or by donation, is payable to the Department of Indiana no later than June 1, 2019

For information on this program visit:  www.indianalegion.org

Of contact PNC Butch Miller, Programs Director, Dept. of Indiana 1-317-630-1391 or bmiller@indianalegion.org

Stop by the HHHS Guidance Office for a brochure.

 







deadline:
June 1, 2019
 

Indiana University Kelley School of Business Summer Program

The Indiana UniversityCenter for International Business Education and Research (CIBER)andKelley School of Businesswould like to invite students to participate in Business is Global 2019. Business is Global (BIG) is a unique, twoweek summer program that offers students the opportunity to be immersed in international business, less commonly taught languages, and cultures from around the world. No passport is necessary!

After spending the summer with Business is Global at IU, no matter what career path you choose to follow, you can be sure to leave our program as a confident, smart young adult ready to take on the world! Applications and additional information can be found at ourwebsite.

 

Deadline to apply:  April 10, 2019

 










deadline:
April 10, 2019
 

Stanford University – Summer Programs

Check our webpage to learn about our summer programs for pre-collegiate studies for students in grades 8-12.

spcs.stanford.edu




deadline:
summer of 2019
 
 

University of Evansville
2019 Engineering OPTIONS Summer Camp for High School Girls

The College of Engineering and Computer Science will host its annual UE Engineering OPTIONS Summer Camp for High School Girls this June.  We are inviting high school girls in the tri-state area to participate.  More detailed information for the camp can be found online at:  https://www.evansville.edu/options/hsGirls.cfm.  Online registration is also available.

Participants in the Engineering OPTIONS programs will have a better understanding of what types of opportunities are available in fields most closely related to science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). 

We hope you find this to be a worthwhile opportunity, and that you will distribute the information to your high school girls to learn more about their OPTIONS in engineering.

Kimberly Higgins, ’12, M’18

Assistant to the Dean / OPTIONS Coordinator

College of Engineering & Computer Science

UNIVERSITY OF EVANSVILLE

1800 Lincoln Ave. • Evansville, IN 47722

812-488-2651 • kh209@evansville.edu

 



Murray State University
Commonwealth Honors Academy 
For current Juniors
A challenging and exciting three week interdisciplinary living-learning program from June 9 to June 30, 2018 on the campus of Murray State University in Murray, Kentucky. 
Stop by the HHHS guidance office or go online to http://www.murraystate.edu/cha
to pick up an application. 
Anderson Woods Summer Camp 2018
Anderson Woods Summer Camp for children and adults with special needs is now accepting applications for campers, counselors, and volunteers. The camp, located in rural Perry County, Indiana, offers a unique outdoor camping experience. Eight weeks of 4-day, 3-night sessions in June and July are full of such activities as hiking, fishing, water games, gardening, tending to animals, kickball, hayrides, cookouts, arts and crafts, and more, all while making new friends. 
Camper fees are $200 per session.
Counselors receive $2,500 for their eight weeks of service and volunteers are always needed. For more information or an application, visit the website at www.andersonwoods.org, or call Megan Gatwood at 812.639.1079.
Anderson Woods Summer Camp 2018
Anderson Woods Summer Camp for children and adults with special needs is now accepting applications for campers, counselors, and volunteers. The camp, located in rural Perry County, Indiana, offers a unique outdoor camping experience. Eight weeks of 4-day, 3-night sessions in June and July are full of such activities as hiking, fishing, water games, gardening, tending to animals, kickball, hayrides, cookouts, arts and crafts, and more, all while making new friends. 
Camper fees are $200 per session.
Counselors receive $2,500 for their eight weeks of service and volunteers are always needed. For more information or an application, visit the website at www.andersonwoods.org, or call Megan Gatwood at 812.639.1079.
Anderson Woods Summer Camp 2018
Anderson Woods Summer Camp for children and adults with special needs is now accepting applications for campers, counselors, and volunteers. The camp, located in rural Perry County, Indiana, offers a unique outdoor camping experience. Eight weeks of 4-day, 3-night sessions in June and July are full of such activities as hiking, fishing, water games, gardening, tending to animals, kickball, hayrides, cookouts, arts and crafts, and more, all while making new friends. 
Camper fees are $200 per session.
Counselors receive $2,500 for their eight weeks of service and volunteers are always needed. For more information or an application, visit the website at www.andersonwoods.org, or call Megan Gatwood at 812.639.1079.
Anderson Woods Summer Camp 2018
Anderson Woods Summer Camp for children and adults with special needs is now accepting applications for campers, counselors, and volunteers. The camp, located in rural Perry County, Indiana, offers a unique outdoor camping experience. Eight weeks of 4-day, 3-night sessions in June and July are full of such activities as hiking, fishing, water games, gardening, tending to animals, kickball, hayrides, cookouts, arts and crafts, and more, all while making new friends. 
Camper fees are $200 per session.
Counselors receive $2,500 for their eight weeks of service and volunteers are always needed. For more information or an application, visit the website at www.andersonwoods.org, or call Megan Gatwood at 812.639.1079.
Southwest Indiana Area Health Education Center Summer Program 2018
Health Careers Exploration Program 2018
July 23-25
8:30am - 4:00pm
Health Professions Center at University of Southern Indiana
Current Freshman, Sophomores, and Juniors from regional high schools are eligible to apply...Job Shadow, Medical Simulations, Hands-on Activities
Cost:  Free
Space is limited. Apply today!
Ball State University
We are pleased to be sharing an exciting opportunity for your students! For the first time, CADMA will be hosting a Digital Marketing 2018 Summer Academy for incoming high school juniors and seniors. This week long Academy will give students a taste of college campus well before their first day. We have workshops, field trips, and projects planned for the duration of the week and participants will even walk away with a Hubspot certification. The best part of the Digital Marketing Summer Academy is that half of our participants will receive full scholarships to attend. Cost is $750
 Academy application can be found here.
University of Evansville
The Office of Religious Life at the University of Evansville is hosting Open Table, a weeklong immersion experience for rising high school sophomores, juniors, and seniors, July 15 – 22, 2018. Students will stay in the residence halls on campus, take field trips, participate in theology classes, worship, and dialogue with their peers in small groups. Time and space will be given to thinking and talking about the dramatic story of the Christian tradition, how Christians relate to the other Abrahamic traditions, and how God calls us into the world to make a difference in the lives of others.  Deadline isJune 1, 2018.

Open Table website.  https://www.evansville.edu/opentable

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