Extractions: Youth Programs Home Super Saturday Home Current Courses How to Apply ... Program Details 2002-2003 Staff Opportunities Teachers and counselors who participate in our programs discover some of the most challenging and rewarding experiences of their careers. Each session, our programs bring motivated, talented youth together for accelerated learning opportunities in a wide variety of fields. Our students rank in the top five to ten percent of their age group nationally, and they typically can master material two or three years above the average level for their age. Our courses for this special population are designed to accomplish the following: Expose students to new areas of study Present new materials at an appropriately accelerated pace, Develop independent or self-directed study skills,
Kids4Summer and SEEK camps are looking for professionals working in their field to teach elementaryand middle schoolaged children. All SEEK programs are enrichment-based http://quiz2.chem.arizona.edu/retort/Kids4Summer.html
Extractions: Chem Home page Looking for things for your kids for the summer? Check out the options at the rec center: http://CampusRec.arizona.edu/programs/aquatics/aquatics.html Call 621-STAR or visit www.flandrau.org for schedules and prices Helen Macdonald, Program Coordinator, Arizona Youth University, 626-5144
Under Construction support of these instructional camps, nature and gospel of Jesus Christ, teach environmentalawareness Where possible, activities and programs will correspond http://intermountain.salvationarmy.org/HighPeak/Programs.htm
Camps Index Page Includes aquatic, outdoor adventure, sport specific, educational and selfimprovement. Mission statement, Category Reference Education Events and Attractions professional attitudes and expert training to our camps. for their skill, knowledgeand desire to teach. interested in volunteering within our camp programs. http://www.sfu.ca/recreation/summer_camps/ca_main.htm
Extractions: Welcome to SFU Summer Camps All of us at the Simon Fraser University Summer Camp Programs welcome you to our 2003 season! Last year, over 6700 campers participated in our programs! The success and growth of these camps bring participants back year after year. Since 1967, we have grown into a large and extensive organization that is committed to both quality programming and ensuring that each participant has an unforgettable summer experience. Registration begins April 1, 2003 please call (604) 291-4307 - Monday - Friday between 8:00am - 4:00pm updated: March 10, 2003 The Simon Fraser University Summer Camp Programs Mission Statement At the Simon Fraser University Summer Camp Programs, we believe in cultivating lasting memories and experiences for each and every camper that we welcome into our programs. We firmly believe in fostering creativity and positive self-esteem towards a healthy lifestyle through fun and interesting educational and recreational activities. We fully accept our responsibilities to the children and their guardians, as well as to all those affiliated with the camps, with the utmost professionalism.
Extractions: Here are some facilities located in North (and Central) America that seem to offer foreign-language instruction to children in a summer-camp setting. The webmaster knows little or nothing about many of these, and feels certain that there are others. Name Location Language(s) Contact Information Academy By The Sea Carlsbad, California French, Spanish Web Site Alliance Française Summer Camp Georgetown Lake, Montana French Macethel@aol.com Arc-En-Ciel Minneapolis, Minnesota? French Bowers Homestay Services Toronto, Canada area English Web Site Camp Horizons Harrisonburg, Virginia French, Japanese, Spanish, English Web Site Camp Ouareau Quebec, Canada French and English Web Site Camp Tekakwitha Maine French Web Site Casa Italiana Rochester, New York Italian Web Site Centro Cultural Costarricense Norteamericano Costa Rica Spanish? Web Site Children's Arts Corner Lexington, Massachusetts French and Spanish Web Site Concordia Language Villages Minnesota (several sites) Chinese, Danish, English, Finnish, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Norwegian, Russian, Spanish, Swedish Web Site Ekocamp International Quebec, Canada
Extractions: Athletes Make the Most of Their Skating at the USFSA Regional Training Camps Instructor Carl Poe leads an off-ice conditioning class at the 2001 Denver Regional Training Camp. July 2, 2002 Skaters wanting to climb the competitive ladder as far as their abilities will take them are learning to how to achieve their goals this summer at the USFSA's Regional Training Camps. The USFSA is sponsoring five camps throughout the summer in which the mission is to introduce skaters to the advanced training techniques currently available to elite competitors through the USFSA Team and USA Camps. The camps also share knowledge with skaters and parents about the development of the complete athlete. Participants in the camps will receive instruction from World and Olympic coaches such as John Nicks and Don Laws, as well as leaders in the sports science field. Staff members at the Denver 2001 camp (L-R): Staci McMullin, Frank Carroll, Diane Miller, Jackie Brenner and Eddie Shipstad. Each of the camps consist of on-ice training, which includes jump and spin sessions, choreography workshops, and conditioning workouts. Programs also offer off-ice sessions which feature strength and flexibility training, nutrition seminars, and sport psychology sessions.
Continuing Education And Academic Outreach This class will teach participants the basics of good photography using a 35 mm camera. Online Certificate programs, Ongoing. Athletic Summer camps, June and http://ceao.murraystate.edu/noncredit/commeduc.htm
Extractions: Search murraystate.edu Murray State University Non-Credit and Youth Programs 211 Industry and Technology Center Murray, KY 42071 email@example.com Non-Credit Programs The Center for Continuing Education and Academic Outreach coordinates many conferences, events, and continuing education workshops throughout the year. If you or your organization is interested in using Murray State University conference facilities, or is interested in customized training, please contact us. We are your University! Upcoming Programs Computer/Workplace Skills Programs Professional/Personal Development Fun and Leisure Programs Other Upcoming Events Computer/Workplace Skills Introduction to Computers: The Hands-On Way 3 Tuesdays, February 4 - 18; 6:00-8:00 pm; $55
White Stag Summer Camps Contact Information All of the camps teach the eleven competencies. Some of the programs are conductedas high adventure programs, with the entire camp taking place on the trail http://www.whitestag.org/about/contact.html
Extractions: by Kate Seredy Leadership Bookstore Activities Bookstore Linking to White Stag Related Links ... Legal Notices We are happy to report that White Stag Junior Leader Training camps was held in four councils during 2002. All of the camps teach the eleven competencies. Some of the programs are conducted as high adventure programs, with the entire camp taking place on the trail or on the water. These programs are not necessarily affiliated with one another, but all subscribe to the White Stag principles. Monterey Bay Area Council, Pico Blanco Scout Reservation Summer Camp 2002 at Pico Blanco took place from June 16-22. In recent years, the camp was filled in April. Camp is held in the beautiful old-growth redwood forest of Pico Blanco Scout Reservation, on the border of the Ventena Wilderness on the Little Sur River, one hour south of Monterey, California.
Extractions: Mentoring ... American Cancer Society By entering "camps" into this Web sites search engine, users receive a list of and links to 149 camps, events, and articles for children suffering from cancer and their families. Audubon Ecology Camps and Workshops, National Audubon Society Audubon Camps offer something for everyone. Adults, families, kids, teens, and teachers will enjoy spending their summer vacation exploring the natural world in extraordinary locations. Categories on the Audubon Web site include Adult Camps in Maine, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Wyoming, and Utah; Teacher Camps in Connecticut and Minnesota; Family Camps in Main and Minnesota; and Youth Camps in Maine, Wisconsin, Minnesota, and Vermont. B.I.K.E. Bicycles and Ideas for Kids' Empowerment (B.I.K.E.) is a non-profit organization which teaches inner-city youth values and life skills through bicycling, tutoring, mentoring and leadership training. Programs include a year-round bicycling team, bicycle racing camps, after-school programs, and college scholarships. Camp Shane Camp Shane's warm and homelike atmosphere is devoted to children who want to lose weight. Founded in 1968, the camp is located in the magnificent Catskill Mountains of New York, only 2 hours from New York City. Our outstanding facilities feature all of the following exciting activities: go-carts, dune buggies, computers, video games, rocketry, riflery, water-sports on a nine mile lake, canoeing, a solar heated, olympic size pool, dance, aerobics, music, theater, all sports, woodworking, sewing, ceramics, arts and crafts, silk-screening, body building, jogging, ropes course, plus much, much more.
Central Florida YMCA--Programs--Summer Camp programs Summer and overnight camps. Our Y camps use a natural setting to teach youthabout the wonders of the world around them and how they can take http://www.centralfloridaymca.org/programs/summercamp.shtml
Extractions: Summer and overnight camps Central Florida YMCA day and overnight camps provide kids fun while they learn how to make new friends, build new skills and grow in self-reliance. Our Y camps use a natural setting to teach youth about the wonders of the world around them and how they can take good care of it. Some offer special sessions on academics, sports, arts, or teen adventure or leadership. For kids, Y camp is a fun way to enjoy the summer. For moms and dads, it's a way to give their children a positive developmental experience. And for parents who work outside the home, Y camp also serves as childcare. Resident camp is usually for children 7-15 years old. Most day camps have programs for preschool ages and older. Day and summer camp programs are available at the following Family Centers: Blanchard Park
Extractions: Ski Press/Ski Presse She speaks into the voice-activated microphone strapped to her head and expertly persuades the women to get up, get focused and get their butts down the piste. No easy task. Most are obviously intimidated by the powder-and-icy-bump mix, but Savijarvi convinces them to confront their fears. One-by-one, they all ski the face and conquer some of the toughest terrain Sun Peaks can muster. Where the Girls Are "I remember when I first got started teaching skiing," says Stephanie Sloan, former World Freestyle Skiing Champion, now head of Whistler/Blackcombs Women Only Ski Program. "I was leading bump clinics, and a lot of men were coming out but not many women. I kept saying, Where are all the girls? It turned out, they werent coming out because they thought theyd slow the guys down." Sloan put together one of the first all-women programs, and immediately "the girls" signed up. With all-women teachers in all-women groups, Sloans clients started feeling less intimidated. Sloans colleague and former competitor on the world freestyle circuit, Lauralee Bowie, agrees. "Ive thought a lot about why women take my camps," she says, "and it comes down to one factor: intimidation. Women like my camps because theyre not intimidating."
Camps Recreation Leader - 9517 2. May teach and supervise activity programs in arts, crafts, games, swimmingand athletics;. 3. May arrange and lead hikes and nature studies;. http://www.ci.berkeley.ca.us/hr/classspecs/9517.htm
Extractions: Class No. 9517 City of Berkeley December, 1986 CAMP RECREATION LEADER DEFINITION Under the general supervision of the Camp Activity Supervisor, leads and directs specific social, recreational and athletic programs for campers at a City summer recreational camp; performs related work as required. DISTINGUISHING FEATURES This class differs from that of Camp Activity Supervisor in that the latter has overall responsibility for developing and supervising the entire recreational program at a summer camp, while the Camp Recreation Leader has primary responsibility for leading specific activities. Camp Recreation Leaders have special skills and direct programs for campers in their areas of expertise. TYPICAL DUTIES OF WORK PERFORMED Leads and directs specific and varied social, recreational, athletic and cultural programs to appeal to a variety of age groups and/or interests at a City-operated camp; OR leads and directs specific social, recreational, athletic and cultural programs at Cazadero Music Camp for the youth as extra-curricular activities; May teach and supervise activity programs in arts, crafts, games, swimming and athletics;
Nature Camps, Inc. - Day Camp Programs adults, and developing and facilitating outdoor education programs. Barrett is returningto Nature camps for his Now Matt comes back to teach and experience http://www.naturecamps.com/staff/sta2003.html
Extractions: Nature Camps, Inc. The camp staff is one of Nature Camps greatest strengths. Our certified counselors are innovative, creative, and competent people who like children and provide excellent instruction, leadership, and guidance. All are either college students, recent graduates, or professionals in education or natural crafts. Every counselor is certified in First Aid/CPR, Wilderness First Aid (WFA), Ropes Course Instruction, SLG (Senior Life Guard), and Canoeing. Experienced and certified Red Cross Water Safety Instructors and Life Guards teach and supervise at the pool, and our Riding Instruction Director is Equine Certified and a teacher of more than 30-years. Be a Nature Camp Counselor Don Webb (Director) is a professional outdoor educator of over thirty years. Don has a BS from Rutgers University, a Masters in Education from Antioch-New England, and is currently doing postgraduate work at the Gestalt Center for Psychotherapy and Training in New York City. After undergraduate study, Don was in VISTA (Volunteers In Service To America), working in the deepest rural parts of Appalachia, both as a community organizer and as a teacher in a mountain one-room schoolhouse.
Summer Programs They also teach classes, inspire teens with their stories and D and Wyclef Jean atMusic camps, plus ABC YES) embarked on the eighth annual YES Summer programs. http://www.yesamerica.org/summerprograms.asp
Extractions: Home YES is Media Productions Community Studios ... Contact YES Works...across the Nation YES Summer Camps Bring Out the Stars Summer. Nothing for teens to focus on but hangin' out. Weeks of empty time that lead teens into trouble. YES Summer Camps offer teens summer fun with a twist: "At camp you'll make something positive and you'll learn to do it as a team." Coming together from across the nation, teens also learn lessons in problem-solving, making friends an working together. Camps take place on college campuses and YES Studio Sites. Our Summer Camps are designed around subjects teens already want to learn about. That's one reason they work. Another is star-power. Entertainment stars, executives and producers work side-by-side with YES teens a Music Camps, TV/Film Camps, Sportscasting Camps, Animation Camps, etc. They also teach classes, inspire teens with their stories and sigh autographs. See why teens call YES Camps "once-in-a lifetime experiences"? Many stars have taken time out to help YES reach teens. They include: Actress Dawn Lewis at TV/film Camps and Hip-hop stars Chuck D and Wyclef Jean at Music Camps, plus ABC/ESPN sportscaster Mike Tirico at Sportscasting Camp, just to name a few.
Extractions: This week-long day camp is for children in 1st and 2nd grades. Similar in format to our summer camp program, Spring Camp combines Zoo discovery tours with animal themed crafts, games and up-close animal encounters to teach about wildlife and wild places. Camp is scheduled to coincide with Spring Break in San Francisco Unified School District, Marin County Public Schools, and San Mateo County Public Schools.
Ontario Summer Camps Alphabetical Listing of Ontario camps. All programs and facilities meet rigid safetystandards. These are custom designed to teach skills such as cooperation http://camppage.com/ontario.htm
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OMSI Science Education Programs Keep your kids learning with OMSI's School Furlough programs OMSI offers youth, family,and adult camps! of OMSI's mission is helping teachers teach science in http://www.omsi.edu/education/
Extractions: Camps and Classes News and Announcements Space Camp scholarships available, from the office of Congressman David Wu. For more information, please see: www.education-opportunity.org/ Out of school early? Check out our special June 9 - 13 John Day River Raft Adventures for ages and Attention Campers and Staff ! Don't miss OMSI's Science Camps Alumni Weekend , June 13-15 at Hancock Field Station. Please see Family Camps for more information. An OMSI gift certificate for camps or classes makes a great gift! To purchase a gift certificate, visit our online store. Science Camps and Adventures New for Spring / Summer 2003! OMSI offers youth, family, and adult camps! Check out the camp catalog available online! Outdoor Science School Bring your class or group to visit the world's best science classroom: The great outdoors. OMSI Science Classes New for Spring / Summer 2003! OMSI's Science Classes use a dynamic approach to enhance cooperative learning for kids from 4-years-old to 8th-grade Camp-Ins If you think OMSI is fun during the day... Try spending the night! Check out the fun times you can have while camping at OMSI.
Sports Day Camps Sports Day camps. Qualified instructors will teach the fundamentals and play organizedscrimmages and other fun Full Day programs 900 AM to 400 PM LEVEL I http://lajolla.ymca.org/Web Pages/Camp/sport.html
D.H. Resorts Inc. Page 2 The time spent in the saddle will teach them about Camp Five day summer youth camps,Sunday through to fully scheduled week long programs * Various facilities http://www.dhresorts.com/www-dhresorts-com/2.html
Extractions: Horse Youth Camps Give your kids an experience they never will forget! Our camps teach all aspects of horse ownership, while providing a safe and fun camp environment. The time spent in the saddle will teach them about horses and themselves. Overcoming challenges, reaching new goals and making new friends make for an enriching camp experience. Indian Creek Horse Camp Five day summer youth camps, Sunday through Friday * Well-rounded equestrian program teaching all aspects of horse care and riding * Each camper assigned their own horse * High ratio of staff per camper * Excellent teaching facilities including: 7500 square-foot Equestrian Center featuring air-conditioned bunkhouse style dormitory, private bathrooms, lighted indoor and outdoor riding arenas * Thousands of acres of riding trails * Other activities include games, campfires, hayrides, roping, archery, canoeing, swimming and much more!!
Recommending After-School Programs And Camps Both you and they know it is your job to teach their child. Afterschool programsand camps serve important roles in a child's development; CampDepot http://campdepot.com/ED_speakOut.html
Extractions: Getting to know your pupils and suggesting camp and after-school programs can be very beneficial for you as a teacher. These programs will allow you to help your students to achieve ever-higher standards and, at the same time, allow your students to learn about themselves and become motivated learners. These after-school program and camp experiences will help your students to succeed in your classroom and the rest of their lives. When recommending any supplemental programs for a student, you must leave the control with the parents. Both you and they know it is your job to teach their child. In order to help the parents to understand that you accept and welcome that responsibility, make it clear first that you are concerned for their child and his/her long-range success just as they are. Then it is their choice whether or not to avail themselves of your recommendation.