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Silicon Valley Tech Academy, California:
Tech Academy of Silicon Valley based in San Jose, California organises Summer programs designed to help students in middle and high school to explore and improve the skills needed to pursue college level work in engineering, technology and science. Program emphases are on teamwork, innovative problem solving and project-based 'learning by doing´ with emphasis on Energy, Water, Environment, Space and High Tech. Courses are held at San Jose State University, Santa Clara University, Morgan Hill, CSU at Hayward and Alsion in Fremont. This is a PARTNERSHIP of the Santa Clara County Office of Education, Alameda County Office of Education, San Jose State University, Santa Clara University, California State University-East Bay and the International Science and Engineering Fair. Let Us Motivate Your Children!

Introduction to Energy, Water, High Tech and Space for 6—8 graders:
Experienced teachers will provide course instruction, with support from industry professionals, college faculty and students. Problem-solving techniques and hands-on laboratory projects will be taught concurrently to reinforce students’ learning.

Students who complete this program will receive a certificate and, based on their regular academic performance, will be invited to attend the Summer Engineering and Technology Academy for advanced students. Students desiring to be considered for the program must be enrolled in middle school in grades 6, 7 or 8 for fall 2009, and must also receive a recommendation from their math or science teacher.

Each class, will be limited to 25 students and will run threePhoto of Summer Camps in the Bay Area, California hours, starting at either 9 AM or 1 PM, Monday through Friday. Sessions will be held at five different sites: San Jose State University, Santa Clara University, Sobrato High School in Morgan Hill, California State University-East Bay and Alsion Montessori School in Fremont.

Robotics Technology, Signature Analysis, RFID for 9—12 graders & Intro graduates:

Advanced course: Robot structure & electronic control, Signal Analysis & design a Radio Frequency Identification chip (RFID)

Students will learn about robot structures and electronic control, then design and build a small Image of Summer Camps in the Bay Area, Californiascale robotic device to accomplish a task. In Signal Analysis, students learn how to recognize sounds, based on frequency analysis. The Radio Frequency Identification Devices (RFID) module introduces students to a technology with ubiquitous applications and leads them to design their own RFID application.

Experienced engineers will provide course instruction, with support from industry professionals, college faculty and students. Problem-solving techniques and hands-on laboratory projects will be taught concurrently to reinforce students’ understanding and learning.

The emphasis of this program is on teamwork, innovative problem solving, creative project-based learning — learning by doing. The objective is to develop student's confidence and leadership skills by involvement in participating project-base learning.

Fuel Cell Technology and Fuel Cell Car for 9—12 graders & Intro graduates:

Build/test hydrogen fuel cells, power a Fuel Cell model car.

This laboratory course revolves around the hydrogen fuel cell, with students building, testing, and using the cells to power a model car. This is space program technology converted to simple alternative-energy application here on Earth.

Experienced engineers will provide course instruction, with support from industry professionals, college faculty and students. ProblemPhotos of Silicon Valley Tech Academy, California-solving techniques and hands-on laboratory projects will be taught concurrently to reinforce students’ understanding and learning.

The emphasis of this program is on teamwork, innovative problem solving, creative project-based learning — learning by doing. The objective is to develop student's confidence and leadership skills by involvement in participating project-base learning.

The single session will be three weeks in length, and will be for three hours, Monday through Friday. The class will be limited to 25 students, and will be held at the College of Engineering, San Jose State University.

Solar Cell Fabrication and Systems for 9—12 graders & Intro graduates:
Make individual solar cells and link them in an electrical system

Students can stake a place, as solar technology evolves, to begin learning about the conversion of photon power to electron power. Students will build solar cell systems, and classify them, in order to design solar cell systems to meet a variety of application specifications.

Experienced engineers will provide course instruction, with support from industry professionals, college faculty and students. Problem-solving techniques and hands-on laboratory projects will be taught concurrently to reinforce students’ understanding and learning.

The emphasis of this program is on teamwork, innovative problem solving, creative project-based learning — learning by doing. The objective is to develop student's confidence and leadership skills by involvement in participating project-base learning.

The single session will be three weeks in length, and will be for three hours, Monday through Friday. The class will be limited to 25 students, and will be held at the College of Engineering, San Jose State University.

Introduction to Green Energy (NEW) for 9—12 graders & Intro graduates:
Students will learn the efficient use of energy, beginning with the “carbon footprints” of different energy sources. Then they will design systems for the most efficient use of these energy sources.

Experienced engineers will provide course instruction, with support from industry professionals, college faculty and students. Problem-solving techniques and hands-on laboratory projects will be taught concurrently to reinforce students’ understanding and learning.

The emphasis of this program is on teamwork, innovative problem solving, creative project-based learning — learning by doing. The objective is to develop student's confidence and leadership skills by involvement in participating project-base learning.

The single session will be three weeks in length, and will be for three hours, Monday through Friday. The class will be limited to 25 students, and will be held at the College of Engineering, San Jose State University.

Introduction to Mars Exploration (NEW) for 9—12 graders & Intro graduates:
Experienced engineers will provide course instruction, with support from industry professionals, college faculty and students. Problem-solving techniques and hands-on laboratory projects will be taught concurrently to reinforce students’ understanding and learning.

The emphasis of this program is on teamwork, innovative problem solving, creative project-based learning — learning by doing. The objective is to develop student's confidence and leadership skills by involvement in participating project-base learning.

All students who completed the 2008 Summer Academy are eligible for this program. In addition, selected 9th and 12th grade students will be admitted. New students will require recommendation from their math or science teacher.

The single session will be three weeks in length, and will be for three hours, starting at either 9AM or 1 PM, Monday through Friday. The class will be limited to 25 students, and will be held at the College of Engineering, San Jose State University.

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The Coder School Fremont
Courses / Programs
• Conveniently located in Fremont's Central District, in the East Bay Area of Alameda County CA, The Coder School provides year-round and summer coding programs for kids and teens ages 7-18.

• We offer beginner coding, intermediate private courses, after-school drop off coding lessons, and week-long summer courses. Coding languages taught include Scratch, Python, and Java.

• Our physical space and our programs are both designed to help kids learn these skills and more - skills that are valuable in any future career.

• At The Coder School, we want to do more than just teach coding. We want to use learning to code as a stepping stone to thinking like a coder.
Coding Classes & Camps:
• For kids & teens ages 7-18
• Year-round, after school & summer programs available

• Code Coaching Class:
Customized learning with a 2:1 instructor ratio

• App Development:
Social group sessions and a quarterly presentation at our Coder Fair

• Beginner Coding Class:
Traditional class setting for first-time coders

• Summer Coding Camp:
Coding fun for the summer with great exposure to technology
Available Advertising Space, San Diego area
Courses / Programs
Available Advertising Space for a school or company offering LEGO robotics programs in the San Diego CA area.

This ad space is available to a school or company offering engaging and creative LEGO robotics programs, year-round courses and summer robotics camps for kids in the San Diego area.
LEGO robotics programs
Edgemar Center for The Arts, Santa Monica
Courses / Programs
Located just 2 blocks from Venice Beach, in Santa Monica CA, Edgemar Center for The Arts provides a range of quality acting classes for kids and teens of all ages and abilities, including an intensive Summer Acting Camp for ages 7-17. Unleash your child's creative abilities with one of our fun, imaginative, and professionally-taught acting courses encompassing many of the most popular acting techniques including Meisner, Strasberg, Adler, Hagen, Chekhov & Stanislavsky.

Through theatre/ improv games and scene work, our student’s imaginations and creativity can blossom to their full potential. Kids in our acting courses create characters and learn to trust their instincts, building confidence, making new friends, and developing independent thinking along the way.

Our mission is to provide a creative home to a community of passionate young actors. Our young students are able to master the fundamentals and develop their craft by working on diverse material, honing their skills both on-camera and on-stage. We welcome all eager and enthusiastic students and offer a professional education for actors in all stages of their careers.
Summer Acting Camps:

- Well-Rounded Intensive Training Camp (Ages 5-7, 7-13 & 14-18)

Our Summer Camps include the following classes:
- Improv Workout
- Auditioning For Film & Television On Camera
- Scene Study
- Voice Intensive

Year-Round Acting Classes for Kids:
- On Camera Audition Course (Ages 7-14)
- Acting and Improvisation class (Ages 7-14)
The Key Worldwide
Courses / Programs
The Key Worldwide is based in Sacramento in Northern Central Valley, CA, and it is the nation's largest private life coaching and college counseling company. The Key Worldwide is offering five rigorous summer programs for high school students to earn college level mastery of their personal career passions. Classes will be hosted on the Marina Del Rey campus of Loyola Marymount University (LMU) in Los Angeles.

All programs will be presented by the leaders in each respective field. the three-day total immersion programs will offer students access to relevant real-world expertise and hands on practical application unavailable elsewhere. The programs challenge each student’s rigor with unique performance-based real-world projects that are specifically designed to demonstrate mastery levels of cognitive thinking that will be required to participate in the global marketplace

The Key partners with your son or daughter to identify their strengths, unlock their potential, choose the right college, position themselves for admission, and outline a course of study and extracurricular experiences to lead to a life of success. Transportation, food and lodging are included in the program pricing.
3-Day Total Immersion Summer Programs:

- LA Film Academy: Focuses on the Movie Industry

- Sports Business: behind the scenes in sports management

- Game Design: Learn how to design and develop games and apps.

- Sports Evaluation: Assessment of your skills and options for college athletics.

- Environmental Studies: The business of being green.

- Entrepreneurial Communications: The art of communicating with passion and conviction.
Pasitos School
Courses / Programs
Are you searching for a Spanish immersion experience for your child in the South Bay area this summer? With two locations in San Jose CA, Pasitos School provides dedicated Spanish language immersion summer programs for children ages 2 through 5th Grade.

Our inclusive summer programs include full 7 week camp options, and flexible 1-week courses with exciting themes such as 'Science Madness', 'Space Exploration', 'Fun with Photography', 'Be a Chef', and more.

Pasitos provides a safe and caring environment that looks at where the individual child is and facilitate learning to help the child reach the next stage in development in a meaningful and successful way
School Age Spring & Summer Camps:
- Spanish language Vacation Camps for Kindergarten - 5th Grade students

Spanish Immersion Summer Sessions:
- Preschool Summer Session (2 yrs & 9 months - Kindergarten age)
- Young Explorer Summer Session (24-36 months)

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UCLA Sci|Art NanoLab, Los Angeles
Courses / Programs
The Sci | Art NanoLab, at UCLA, Los Angeles, is a highly competitive summer program for high school juniors and seniors interested in collaborating with diverse and notable minds to challenge traditional, polarized perspectives of the arts and sciences. Throughout the 2-week intensive program, students will make connections between cutting edge scientific research, popular culture and contemporary arts. Lab visits, workshops, hands-on experiments, and meetings with world renowned scientists will be balanced with visits to museums, daily movie screenings and meetings with famous contemporary artists who collaborate with scientists.

Small groups of students are taught by a scientist / artist team with frequent visits from faculty in wide range of disciplines. Sci | Art NanoLab students will benefit from exposure and collaboration with art and science faculty and students participating in this program's team-based interdisciplinary nanoscience research.
UCLA Nano Lab Summer Institute, 2-week Intensive Program for High School Students includes:

- Multi-media Workshops
- Basic Plasma Science
- Electron Imaging
- Advanced Light Microscopy (ALM)
- Nano & Pico Characterization
- Microbiology, Immunology & Moecular Genetics
- Electrical Engineering
- Materials Science & Engineering
- Physics & Astronomy
- Ferro Fluids
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