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61. Seacoast Science Center
2002. Vacation camps are day programs that teach about the natural environmentin ways that are both exciting and enriching. Campers

O ur camp programs are designed to teach about the natural environment in ways that are fun, exciting and enriching. Camp staff encourage children to appreciate nature by getting right out into it! We use exploration and active involvement to teach about our surroundings.
Vacation Camps
Vacation Camps are day programs that run during school vacations for grades K-5. There are two one week sessions accomodating Maine, Massachusetts and New Hampshire school vacations for which you can enroll by the day or for the week. To register, call (603) 436-8043 ext. 20 or e-mail Brooke at
February Vacation Camp runs Monday-Friday from 9am-3pm. Two weeks of vacation camp are offered to accommodate any February vacation schedule. Week #1 runs from February 17-21 2003. Week #2 runs from February 24-28 2003. Campers may enroll by the day ($32M/$35NM) or the week ($160 M/$175NM) Space is limited and enrollments are taken on a firs t-come, first-served basis. April Vacation Camp runs Monday-Friday from 9am-3pm. Two weeks of vacation camp are offered to accommodate any April vacation schedule. Week #1 runs from April 14-18 2003. Week #2 runs from April 21-25 2003. Campers may enroll by the day ($32M/$35NM) or by the week ($160M/$175NM). Space is limited, and enrollments are taken on a first come, first served basis.

62. Degree Programs: Nursing Careers
centers, military bases, outreach programs, schools, sporting events, summer camps,and worldwide health agencies, to name a few. Nurses teach people to
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A NURSING CAREER OFFERS LIMITLESS opportunities. Nurses work with people of all ages, cultural backgrounds and lifestyles to help them achieve the highest level of wellness possible. Nurses provide and manage care in a variety of settings, such as clinics, convalescent centers, corporations, correctional facilities, emergency rooms, homes, hospitals, industries, intensive care units, mental health and substance abuse treatment centers, military bases, outreach programs, schools, sporting events, summer camps, and worldwide health agencies, to name a few.
Nurses teach people to promote and maintain their own wellness and to prevent illness. Nurses apply principles of physical, biological and psychosocial sciences as they work with individuals, families, and communities. Based on scientific theory and methods, through observation and assessment, nurses make clinical judgments, provide and manage care, and teach people about healthy living and symptom management. Nurses who earn baccalaureate and advanced degrees are also prepared for leadership positions, independent practitioner roles and nursing research.
A career in nursing offers a lifetime of rewarding challenges and opportunities. Consider a career that offers professional independence, public respect and trust, high tech/high touch experiences, and a host of personal rewards that come to people helping people.

63. Schools And Camps For Children With Disabilities
Classes include music, art, and stories to teach sign language OSEP Office of SpecialEducation programs OSEP's mission and organization focus camps AND SPORTS.
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A program for babies and infants 7 months and older and their parents and caregivers, to teach American Sign Language before your babies can speak. Classes include music, art, and stories to teach sign language. All babies, hearing or those wtih special needs are invited to attend. Classes are held throughout New Jersey.
Early Learning Site
Software tools to teach children speech, language and communication.
Parent to Parent of New Hampshire
An interactive network of families having children with special needs and professionals. Although "personal" parenting matching is for New Hampshire families, the organization provides support and net parent matching nation wide.
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Integrating Children with Disabilities into Preschool
A guide for parents of children with disabilities on how to integrate them into the regular school system.

64. St. Francis High School--Summer Programs Home Page
Basketball Camp Director KATE MICHEL '92 KOWALSKI The purpose of the camps is to Thepurpose of this camp is to teach the skills and proper techniques in the
2130 W. Roosevelt Rd. Wheaton, IL 60187

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world history ... area school summer schedule NEW for 2003 Co-ed Golf Camp click here for more info Band Camp also New see info below Summer Program Information sports registration form musical theater camp
St. Francis High School Fine Arts Summer Camps NEW CAMP THIS YEAR! ...BAND CAMP June 9-20, 2003 Cost: $45 Time: 9:00 am- 10:30 am This camp is for anyone, child through adults who have had at least one year of band experience. Music will consist of standard band tunes, and novelty tunes. Bob Siemienkowicz is the director of the Winfield School District 34 Instrumental program and the St. Francis Band Program. He is also director of Winfield World Beat, a performance group specializing in percussion music from Africa, Cuba, Brazil, Philippines and Japan. If you have any questions, the director can be reached at 630.909.4974 or at

65. Camps And Community Programs
Volk, as well as members of the UCI Men's and Women's Soccer Teams, will teach participantstechnical Those registering for CYP programs electronically have
Select a Sport Baseball Men's Basketball Women's Basketball Men's Crew / Rowing Women's Crew / Rowing Men's Golf Women's Golf Sailing Men's Soccer Women's Soccer Men's Tennis Women's Tennis Men's Volleyball Women's Volleyball Men's Waterpolo Women's Waterpolo

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2003 Youth Soccer Camp UCI Assistant Men's Soccer Coach Chris Volk, as well as members of the UCI Men's and Women's Soccer Teams, will teach participants technical and tactical elements of the game at beautiful Crawford Field. All instructors hold state or national coaching licenses and have previous coaching experience. Participants are grouped by age and experience. Full-day campers may take advantage of extended care. Camp Includes: Catered Lunch*
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Pool Activities* (*Full Day Campers Only) Ages:
5-12 yrs. Time: Full day: 9:00 - 3:00 p.m. Hall day: 9:00 - 12:00 noon Dates Session Code Hours Camp Two or more Together in same Camp 1 Child Signed up by 5/23 1 Child Signed up After 5/23 SOC-301 Full / Half Day* SOCCER CAMP *$100 / 195 ea.

66. Eastlake YMCA
our programs emphasize character development and help teach youth the Fees $ 90 /week Specialty Sports Camp programs Specialty camps offer focused

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Membership Summer Day Camp 2003
Catch the Eastlake YMCA Day Camp spirit, it's contagious! Spend your summer making friends and learning new skills at Day Camp with us. We pride ourselves in offering a well-rounded schedule of activities. The days at YMCA Day Camps are well planned and fun from beginning to end. Our trained staff provide quality care and direction in arts and crafts, singing and story circles, nature lore, cooperative games, and other activities geared specifically to your child's age group.
Day Camp Schedule Camp Week 1 June 23-27 Camp Week 6 July 28-Aug. 1 Camp Week 2 June 30-July 3 Camp Week 7 Aug.4 - 8 Camp Week 3 July 7-11 Camp Week 8 Aug. 11-15 Camp Week 4 July 14-18 Camp Week 9 Aug. 18-22 Camp Week 5 July 21-25 Camp Hours are 7:00 am - 6:00 pm.
Sign up for one week or the entire summer! We operate on a schedule to meet your needs and are open from 7 am - 6 pm, Monday-Friday. Supervised free-play takes place during drop-off and pick-up hours, from 7 - 9 am and from 4:30-6 pm. Structured camp activities take place between the hours of 9 am - 4:30 pm.
Traditional Day Camp
Each week of Explorer, Adventure and Movin' On Camps are focused on an exciting theme and is highlighted by two field trips. Each week we take at least one swim trip to a local part or pool, we also visit fun local destinations such as Marine World, Oakland A's games, The Jungle, Lake Chabot, Cal Skate, and more. The other three days, campers are on-site with a variety of activities to choose from including crafts, games, sports and more. There will be two sleep-overs for campers of all ages. All of our activities incorporate Character Development, encouraging campers to practice the four core values of respect, honesty, responsibility, and caring.

67. Adventure Camps At Camp Earth In Garrett County Maryland
experience is an integral part of all outdoor programs and activities as model andway in which to teach and learn In our camps we are not just looking for ways

Hiking Trips
Kayaking Trips Adventure Camps Kids ART Night Out ... Home Page Camp Earth
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Youth Vision Quest Programs in Garrett County, Maryland Schedule of
Camp Earth Summer 2003 Adventure Camp Programs.
Two Programs to Choose From 6 Day Wilderness Adventure Camp Dates and Information Adventure Arts Camp at Camp Deep Creek
Book early to ensure participation, trips fill quickly.

We have run several camps and activities for the past three years, including 7 day adventure camps that followed similar formats to this years trips. In addition we have run custom adventure camps for the Garrett County Health Department, as well as programs for local Boy Scout Troops. We also offer a residential Adventure Arts Camp at Camp Deep Creek. To further our mission as an educational organization, the learning experience is an integral part of all outdoor programs and activities. Camp Earth seeks in all activities to create an environment where the practical learning of outdoor skills is interesting and fosters in each participants a sense of accomplishment and empowerment. Physical challenges are well within the range of most youth, and we have found that challenging and innovative experiences stimulate participants and open them up to new insights and a desire to transform.

68. Sea Kayak Camps: Sea Trek Summer Camp Programs
At Sea Trek kayak camps our goal is to instill Our programs encourage cooperationand respect through fun, non Our goal is to teach camp members what makes our

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The Sausalito waterfront and Richardson Bay are
the stage for five days of fun as we learn how to sea kayak while exploring our watery backyard.
Each day we'll learn a new skill paddling single and double kayaks, practiciing rescues, reading the tides, and exploring a new part of our Bay.
Our goal is to teach camp members what makes our Bay such a rich environment. We'll probe the depths of the Bay with a seine net, touch leopard sharks in a tank, and paddle past curious harbor seals. The week builds up to our grand finale: a sea kayaking overnight to Angel Island! From our "Kayak Camp" we'll paddle at sunset, explore tide pools, and share stories around the campfire. If conditions are rough we'll take the ferry while the kayaks are towed to our Angel Island beach.

69. Baseball Programs, Clinics And Camps
goal is to develop individual skills, teach the proper Pitching and Hitting camps$120 per session Center of San Francisco offers baseball programs for children
Baseball Camps and Programs
adventure all sports programs arts and theater baseball ... San Francisco Giants Youth Baseball Camps 18 sites throughout the Greater Bay Area for ages 8-12 from 9am-3:00pm. A baseball specialty camp with a summer camp feel. High emphasis is put on character building and improving self esteem and social skills in a team setting. Participants receive expert instruction on the fundamentals of baseball while developing a sense of sportsmanship and team spirit. A day at camp includes stations in throwing, hitting, fielding, base running. Specially designed games, baseball Olympics, and all day visits from former pros keep each day fun and exciting. Sessions include day camps and advanced training camps. Many dates and locations to choose from. Day Camps: $230 (enroll through web site and save $10 ). Scholarships available through local Youth Leagues and Organizations and Special Groups. For more information call 925-935-3505 and speak with Marty Craft or Mike Maxwell. Or send an email Presidio YMCA Spring Baseball for K-5 boys/girls: The league runs from March thru May.

70. Adolescent Treatment Centers, Programs And Wilderness Camps
Eckerd Youth Alternatives Wilderness camps for Troubled Kids therapudic and experientialeducation programs for troubled Qualified facilty teach the tools of
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A fully-accredited, professionally supervised outdoor therapy program for adolescents, ages 13-17. Aspen specializes in working with teens with emotional, behavioral and drug abuse problems.
Gatehouse: Residential Program For Young Adults 17-25
A unique, comprehensive recovery community focusing on young adults age 17 to 25, combining living skills, training, therapy, school and outdoor activities on one campus.

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Services for medical detoxification, residential rehabilitation, outpatient, youth, sober living housing, prevention, mental health. Throughout California....

71. Camp Shane Weight Loss Camps Has A Weight Loss Camp Closer Than You Think!
nutrition education, dieting information, fitness programs, exercise, weight the worldleader of weight loss camps. We teach classes in nutrition, dieting and
We provide portion-controlled meals that are healthy and tasty. Sometimes we eat in our dining room and sometimes we have cook-outs. You'll never be bored. We also serve 2 snacks every day like popcorn, fresh fruit, pretzels and ices. And for vegetarians, we have a complete, terrific menu just for you. Not anymore. We'll teach you how to get and stay in control in our basic nutrition and cooking classes. The facts might surprise you. Our nutrition workbook helps you throughout your time at camp and when you get home.
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We include diet plans, diet counseling, diet programs, personal fitness, healthy living, diet foods, meal planning, weight control, weight management, weight maintenance, fat free, light cooking, low calorie meals, low calorie cooking, low calorie diets, diet recipes, diet tips, menu planning, balanced living, diet support, diet information.

72. AAVE - High School Summer Programs, Teen Summer Camps, Teen Travel Camps, Educat
The goal of America's Adventure and Venture Europe (AAVE) is to teach skillswhich will lead to a lifetime of exploration, friendship and enjoyment.
America's Adve nture, Inc.
2245 Stonecrop Way
Golden, Colorado 80401 U.S.A.
FAX 303.526.0885 Teen Adventure travelers ages Ages 11 - 19!
The goal of America's Adventure and Venture Europe (AAVE) is to teach skills which will lead to a lifetime of exploration, friendship and enjoyment. Thank you for giving AAVE the privilege of operning this world up to you. AAVE IS FUN. Students from 40 countries joined AAVE in 2001; this diversity in itself is a wealth of experience. Since 1976, thousands of teenagers have put their trust in our companies. AAVE is about feeling alive while giving back to the people and areas we visit. For 26 years we have carefully offered worthwhile and safe adventure travel to teenagers. Joining AAVE is engaging in adventures which allow you to see yourself in a new way. Our community consists of teenagers who choose to enjoy active participation, individual responsibility and who respect and care about one another. Personal growth is a keystone of the AAVE experience. Call or e-mail us so we can get to know you, answer your questions and match your goals, skill level and age with an appropriate trip. Your satisfaction and safety are our primary concerns; we do everything in our power to meet or exceed your expectations.

73. Connect For Kids - Profiles In Action
A California Program to teach Parenting in the Juvenile Justice He thinks more statemoney for fatherhood programs at the juvenile halls and camps is great

74. Hemophilia Camps In The United States
Although activities vary by facility—with programs as diverse as windsurfing,horseback Most of the camps teach selfinfusion, which is a critical step in
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In this section: More Than Just a Great Time "The Big Stick" Yields Big Results Thirty Years of Summer Memories What to Bring to Camp: A Checklist Hemophilia Camps in the U.S. ... Acknowledgements Hemophilia Camp Means More Than Just a Great Time All the usual camping gear is packed into the canoes as the kids from Camp Honor start off on their long-awaited trip down the Colorado River. But on this trip, there's something extra in the expedition's ice chests: recombinant factor VIII and factor IX. At the Prescott, Arizona-based camp, one of over 40 hemophilia camps across the country, this canoe trip is a special privilege only for the older kids who've been at camp for several years. Is it a little risky? "Perhaps," says Mike Rosenthal, Executive Director of the Arizona Hemophilia Association, which sponsors the camp, "but that's exactly the point. At Camp Honor," he stresses, "we don't just talk the talk about gaining independence and being out on your own—we live it." camp directory Community Alert Thirty Years of Summer Memories Safe to Be Yourself
Although the camps offer swimming, hiking, sailing, canoeing, archery, and other activities, their real purpose is to build self-esteem and independence among children with hemophilia in an environment that is safe in every sense of the word.

75. Programs - Fran O'Leary's Soccer Camps
programs. These camps are coed and oriented around a playful and fun game-like atmosphere Avariety of games will be used to teach ball control and small group

Half-Day Camps
July 28 - August 1, August 4-8, (8:45 a.m.- noon)
Co-educational: Grades K-4 The half-day camps focus on players having fun while learning new skills in an atmosphere that builds self-confidence and teaches good sportsmanship. Camp members have their first taste of worldwide soccer in our World Cup Game Day. Parents can come and enjoy the festivities. A curriculum has been designed for each week that will encourage the development of the youth soccer player. These camps are co-ed and oriented around a playful and fun game-like atmosphere. The emphasis will be on becoming comfortable with the ball while learning specific skills and individual tactics. A variety of games will be used to teach ball control and small group interaction. Small-sided games are played at the end of each session. Full-Day Camps
July 28-August 1, August 4-8, (8:45 a.m.-3 p.m.)
Boys: Grades 5-8
Girls: Grades 5-8 These sessions focus on skill development and improving technical skills, and cover individual, group, and team tactics. Designed for the young player who has the desire to go beyond basic skill training, participants will build on the techniques learned and focus on putting skills to work in technical situations. Individual and group technical/tactical training along with position play are introduced and applied in daily training sessions as well as small-sided league play. Campers are separated by age.

76. ASCENT Vs. Boot Camps : Therapeutic Wilderness Program For Defiant Teens To Mana
However, wilderness programs coupled with a re National Association for TherapeuticWilderness camps and the adventure experiences that teach essential personal
overview research ] [ ASCENT vs. Boot Camp ] [ effective approach
ASCENT vs. Boot Camps
The Wilderness Experience
The use of a "wilderness experience" as a tool for specific, objective growth is not a new concept. The use of wilderness as a medium for learning and growing has been used for hundreds of years, for a wide variety of purposes with a range of intended outcomes. Historically, the wilderness has been used for seeking clarity, gaining personal insight, quieting the mind, and enhancing personal attributes. At the other end of the continuum, the wilderness has been used to train the military, conquer nature, overcome weakness, and prepare men for battle. A wilderness experience is simply a tool. The outcome and effect is based on the purpose, the application and the appropriateness of the tool. Like any good tool, when used for the appropriate purpose, with the appropriate skill, and focused intent, the outcome is much greater than when misused without a clear purpose. Every tool has a proper use and application. The misuse of a tool does not make the tool itself useless, ineffectual or (in some cases) dangerous. The wilderness experience is such a tool. When applied to the appropriate task, with the appropriate skill, for the appropriate purpose the wilderness experience can produce effective and beneficial results. However, if it is misused the results can be drastically different.

The New Trend for "Boot Camps"

77. Adult Evening Programs - The Tennis Camps At Harvard
Utilizing the most modern approaches to teach playing skills and mental Tennis, bothof which complement our Competitor and Tournament Tough Training programs.
Evening Programs Three sessions, each three weeks in length, two evenings a week (M/W and/or T/T), beginning June 10.
USA Tennis
Fundamental Training Formerly called Introduction to Competition, you'll begin learning how to play the game immediately, using the newest "game-based" approach. Our structured approach will help you develop the flexibility of strokes and tactics that the modern game requires, and you'll learn how to apply basic tennis strategies under actual and adapted simulated play conditions.
This program is appropriate for adult "first-timers," beginners, and beginner/intermediates.
We also recommend this program if you have had some experience playing, but haven't played recently and would like to return to the court with a firm, contemporary foundation. (If you are NTRP 2.5 or above, please see descriptions of the National Tennis Rating Program on page 9. You'll have the option of signing up for Team Tennis, which complements our Adult Competitor and Tournament Tough programs.)
Six Evening Classes, twice a week for three weeks, M/W and/or T/T.

78. Opinions & Essays, 08/2001 - Boot Camps And Therapeutic Wilderness Expeditions -
the difference between boot camps and quality wilderness programs? Boot camps andmilitary schools are based on a resulting pain is supposed to teach the child
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B y Lon Woodbury Boot camps are in the news again: another death, allegations of horrific abuse, and an after-the-fact investigation. This time it involves a program called Buffalo Soldiers in Arizona. To my mind, it is the same old, same old. [Earlier stories can be found in Woodbury Reports online archives, Boot Camp Programs #23, August 1993; Boot Camp Violence #73, September 2000; NC Boot Camp Closed #72, August 2000; Boot Camps Lose Luster #65, January 2000; Alleged Abuse in Georgia Boot Camp #76, December 2000]. I think reports of boot camp tragedies are going to increase for two reasons. Adding to this confusion is the degree of respect military schools have gained as a method of fostering discipline. Also, many people had a boot camp experience when serving in the military. Many people think, “boot camp and/or military school, did me a lot of good; maybe it will help these troubled teens.” Sometimes they are right, but only when considering a particular type of child who has a specific set of problems. A military type program can help the child who is essentially intact psychologically but is floundering and could benefit from some direction. However, a military based program is very poor at helping the child who is in open rebellion, and feels “everything would be fine if my parents, (that is, authority) would just get off my back.” Putting this child into an extremely authoritative program is asking for trouble and ineffectiveness.

79. Summer Camps And Programs
camps are held in Phoenix and Los Angeles to the regular camp program, two specialtyprograms are offered in the natural world, the goal is to teach each camper
Focus Adolescent Services Need help for your teen? Call FocusAS or Summer Camps and Programs Go to your state's Family Help page for more resources. Click here to find out if your child is at-risk, displaying self-destructive behaviors, and needs your help and intervention. Home Resources State Directory Schools ... Contact Summer camp offers a time for children to learn about themselves, other people, and about aspects of the world to which they might not normally be exposed. They meet and interact with new children, often from different parts of the city and state, and with different backgrounds. Camp can be pure recreation, and it can be educational and a place to learn new skills and proficiencies. Some camps are designed to offer special and therapeutic experiences for children, helping them mature and learn to be more responsible for themselves. Summer camps can empower children to stay on the path of positive behavior. However, if your child already has a pattern of behavior problems or drug use, a residential program or structured boarding school would be more appropriate. Click here to receive information on private schools and residential programs for troubled teens or call Information and Resources 101 Ways to Keep Kids Busy This Summer Suggestions from Parents: The Anti-Drug ADD Goes to Summer Camp American Camping Association Comprehensive website from camp professionals who have joined together to share their knowledge and experience and to ensure the quality of camp programs.

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with distance and technique (aerobic), these training programs will help you feelfocused about your training again. The HomePond camps teach race warm ups
Clinics Camps ProgramKick TrainingPrograms ... ContactHomePond HomePond Rowing Coaching Camps Clinics Bring the best to your lake, your river, your HomePond. Training Programs Happy with your rowing but getting tired of switching up the same 3 or 4 workouts? Are you building up to a race mentally but not quite sure how to physically prepare yourself for a race season or peak for a specific race? HomePond Training Programs are 6 week programs that give you specific workouts that are arranged and designed to maximize your potential on race day. Teaching you a variety of different workouts, balancing the need to do sprint work (anaerobic) with distance and technique (aerobic), these training programs will help you feel focused about your training again. The HomePond Camps teach race warm ups, race plan strategy and mental visualization, and the Training Program will incorporate those essential race tools into your daily training. Out of race season these training programs, catering to you specifically, will be designed to improve your fitness and strength. A 3 week HomePond Training Program is included with Camps of 5 or more days.

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