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PAST Foundation:
PAST is a non-profit educational and research team that puts together partnerships on compelling projects in Anthropology and makes the work available to students and the public through field schools, documentary film and interactive web access. Based in Columbus, Ohio, PAST started as a non-profit organization in 2000 founded by an international Board of Trustees who have devoted volumes of time to seeing that the mission of PAST is achievable. Working with the Board of Trustees are professionals from around the world. Added to our trustees and volunteer staff are a handful of research associates – the everyday archaeologists and research scientists who join with PAST to take their work to the public. Together we pride ourselves on offering Summer Study Programs covering topics such as Cultural Landscapes; Cave Ecology; Urban Gardening & Distribution; Shipwrecks and Maritime Archaeology; Marine Ecosystems; Forensic Anthropology.

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Chesapeake Bay: The Cultural Landscapes of a New Beginning at Newport News Park, Vancouver:
Cultural landscapes are platforms, which present the past before us in a unique way and allow us to find attachment and a sensPhoto of Summer Field Camps for Adults across the USAe of place. In 1929, Saur, an American Geographer, stated that “culture is the agent, the natural area is the medium, the cultural landscape is the result”(Saur 1929). The systematic interpretation of a cultural landscape is essential to the appreciation, understanding and ultimately, the protection, of our cultural and natural heritage.

Life in Transition: Cave Ecology at the Carter Caves, Kentucky:
The purpose of this program is to introduce students to field research, natural resource management and protection, environmental science, and population dynamics through the field of cave ecology. Students will be immersed in the process of scientific study, analysis, and interpretation to produce tangible results that can be shared among the scientific community. During the program students will work in teams on individual projects covering a diverse spectrum of topics, work on a collaborative class project, keep daily scientific journals, and present their findings to state park officials and members of the scientific caving community.

Growing America: Urban Gardening & Distribution in Columbus, Ohio:
The purpose of this program is to introduce students to farm plImage of Summer Field Camps for Adults across the USAanning and design, farm management and operations, plant growth and development, and produce marketing through a small-scale farm. For the first year the student farm will be planed and initiated through Ohio State University Horticulture and Crop Sciences department in the spring of 2009 through a graduate level course. The summer program students will then take over the duties of farm care and maintenance as well as produce distribution. The options of produce distribution will include a farm stand the first year and a full farmer’s market the second located at Metro High School’s parking lot on Friday’s each week of the program.

The Clarksburg Shipwreck Maritime Archaeology Field School in Sacramento, California:
The Clarksburg Shipwreck field school, an introduction to Maritime Archaeology is a combination of lectures and hands-on experience relatiPhotos of PAST Foundationng to all the facets of an archaeological investigation. This field school is a joint project of California State Parks and the PAST Foundation. The course covers hands-on experience with Gold Rush material culture, historical research, mapping maritime landscapes and underwater documentation techniques. Students will learn while working on this new and exciting Gold Rush shipwreck site. The reports from the field school will be delivered to the project partner California State Parks and published online.

Marine Ecosystems of the Florida Keys:
This program explores the low lying, barrier islands that protect the extreme southern tip of Florida and the fragile ecosystems located within the Keys both in the water and onshore. The waters around the Florida Keys are rich in natural and cultural resources. Students will explore the ecosystems of this diverse aquatic area applying gained knowledge to help in the Great Annual Fish Count, the Mammal Conservancy and the ongoing assessment of shipwrecks in the shallow waters.

Forensic Anthropology at the Smith Lab at The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio
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An intensive, hands-on, Forensic Science survey course that incorporates a wide range of processing crime scenes including collecting evidence and developing expert testimony. This course incorporates chemistry, biology, physics, earth and social sciences and features lectures by experts in the field. Prerequisites include: permission from the professor.

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Penobscot Language School - Adult Summer English Immersion Program, Maine
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Penobscot Language School in Rockland, Maine, is a unique non-profit center for language learning and international exchange offering summer English courses for adults. Each July and August we invite English language students from around the world to spend three weeks speaking English and exploring life in our small friendly community here on the beautiful Maine coast.

If you appreciate the value of a true English immersion, we would love to have you join us. The key to our success is the pleasure and excitement of meeting and learning from each other. This motivates an intense conversation in which you learn English through listening and active participation.
Summer English Program for Adults:

The goal of the Summer English Program for adults is maximum English acquisition. Three hours of class each weekday, 24/7 conversational immersion, speakers, individual tutorials, outdoor activities, meals and homestay are all pieces of this full immersion. Our courses are designed for international adults who have basic English skills and a serious interest in building confidence and fluency.
The English Language Institute at Notre Dame of Maryland University
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Study English at a top U.S. university this summer!

• Based just 15 minutes north of Downtown Baltimore (on the East Coast of the United States),the English Language Institute at Notre Dame of Maryland University provides an 8-week English language immersion summer camp for non-native English speaking adults and college-age students. We also offer our 8-week intensive English programs year-round as well as a TOEFL Test Preparation course.

• Full-time students study in class for 20 hours a week, and also work with classmates on projects outside of class and in the community. Part-time students have a variety of class options to fit their schedule.

• The English Language Institute summer program is an excellent course for international students from around the world who wish to improve their English language skills for academic and career advancement. We offer a wide range of modern facilities for our English students on our university campus.

Student Reviews:
"The program is very well built to learn and/or improve your English, the classes are interesting and the staff really helps you to reach your goal - whatever it is."
- Mark, Switzerland

"After learning English at the ELI, I have made big progress in English listening, speaking, reading and writing. My TOEFL score progressed from 490 to 567. The teachers here are very nice."
- Yaoping, China
8-week Summer English Language Program:

• Full-time & part-time options available

• Levels: High Beginner to Advanced Levels

Modules / Course Units include:
• Listening & Speaking
• Vocabulary
• Pronunciation
• Writing & Grammar
• Reading & Discussion

Further English Courses:
• Intensive, 5-week, TOEFL Test Preparation course
Engineering Summer Academy at Penn
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The Engineering Summer Academy at Penn offers a unique summer opportunity for a selective group of motivated and talented high school students. Experience rigorous and challenging college-level studies at our high-tech, ivy-league program in the heart of Philadelphia!

Whether students are local to the area or hail from halfway around the world, we welcome them to explore what the Engineering Summer Academy at Penn has to offer. ESAP is designed to provide exceptional STEM students the opportunity to explore the field of Engineering before applying to college. Situated on our historic Philadelphia campus, right in the heart of the city, pre-college students can also take advantage of the vast array of activities and resources available to the Penn community.

Coursework incorporates exciting STEM subjects and material. High school students enroll in one of our six offered courses and earn college credit:

Biotechnology

Computer Graphics

Computer Science

Complex Networks

Nanotechnology

Robotics
Biotechnology

Computer Graphics

Computer Science

Complex Networks

Nanotechnology

Robotics
ID Tech Camps, Michigan
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Hosted on campus at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor MI, iD Tech Camps offers week-long day & overnight summer camps for kids and teens (ages 7-17). Our MI technology and computer science camps immerse students in the collegiate experience. Students build STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) skills in our tech labs, eat in the university dining hall, explore the UM campus, and make friends for life!

These highly-stimulating summer tech camps are suitable for beginner through advanced learners, and cover popular subjects such as video game design, robotics, mobile applications, programming, and web design among others. Courses are designed so that you can register for one or multiple weeks (further camps).

This unique tech camp environment unites students who often have similar interests, providing a foundation for new, long-term friendships.

“iD Tech Camps provided a great learning experience with great programs…I learned so much, thanks.”
- Hunter K., Student, University of Michigan
1-week Day & Overnight Camps for ages 7-17:

- Adventures in Programming
- Adventures in Game Design
- Intro to Programming with Scratch & Java 
- 3D Game Design 
- Game Design & Graphic Arts Hybrid 
- Role-Playing Game Design with RPG Maker 
- Game Design for iPhone & iPad 
- Programming in Java
- Game Modding & Java Coding 
- Game Programming
- 3D Level Design - Portal 2 & Team Fortress 2
- FPS Game Design - Unreal Engine
- Autodesk Maya - 3D Modeling & Animation 
- Web Design & Digital Photography...
The Creativity Workshop
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Using the Tools of Creative Writing, Memoir, Art, Photography, Storytelling and Mindfulness.

We teach from the point of view that people are by nature creative and that creativity, like DNA, is unique to each individual. We believe that in the right atmosphere and with the right tools anyone can tap into the creative stream that runs through us all.

To help you access and develop your creativity, we have developed a progression of exercises and techniques that explore sense perceptions, free-form writing and drawing, associative thinking, mapmaking, constructive daydreaming, memory, collage, and photography.

The only requirements for attending our workshops are curiosity and a desire to explore the creative spirit inherent to us all.
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Florence: March 10-14
Lisbon: March 20-24
New York: April 27-30
New York: May 31-June 3
Verona: June 11-15
Crete: June 20-24
Barcelona: June 30-Jul 4
Prague: July 9-13
New York: July 27-30
New York: October 5-8
Casimiro Global Foundation
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Headquartered in Miami, Florida, Casimiro Global Foundation (CGF) is a non-profit organization that empowers and equips young people to become entrepreneurs, innovators and leaders who create positive change in their communities and the world. We provide a range of entrepreneurial & leadership summer programs for teens and young adults from around the globe.

Courses include a 1-week intensive entrepreneur program, a young womens leadership course, and an internship course that provides short term, unpaid internships in socially responsible organizations and homestays in the USA. Each of these programs offers a mix of inter-cultural exchange, English language practice for those who need it, challenging and fun personal and career development learning experiences, and tourism and recreational activities.

CGF is comprised of community leaders, educators, entrepreneurs, corporate executives, students and young professionals who serve as the Foundation's Board of Directors, staff, interns and volunteers.
Entrepreneurial & Leadership Summer Programs for Teens & Young Adults:

- 1-week Intensive Entrepreneurship Program (Co-ed, Ages 13-21)

- Young Women's Leadership Programs (Ages 16-23)

- GlobeXchange Internship Programs for international high school & college students: 1-month internships in socially responsible organizations and homestays in the USA (Ages 16-23)