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Saint Francis University offers opportunities for grade school children and teens to gain both academic and athletic experience at our many Youth Camps.
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Saint Francis University's Summer Science Youth Camps offer exciting hands-on opportunities for students completing grades 1-10. See all the offerings: http://francis.edu/summer-science-youth-camps/
Saint Francis University's STEM Summer Academies are week-long programs designed to provide an opportunity for talented high school students between their sophomore/junior and junior/senior years to experience science, engineering, and computer science in action. Students will have the opportunity to earn college credit while working in teams to complete a real world project and present their results.
Health Careers Awareness Camp (2015): Saint Francis University is hosting the 14th annual Health Careers Awareness Camp from June 28 - July 2, 2015 on campus. The program is provided by Southcentral Pennsylvania Area Health Education Center, co-sponsored by Saint Francis University and UPMC Altoona, and hosted by Saint Francis University. The camp will give students the opportunity to learn the aspects of various health careers and get hands-on training while working with medical professionals. Some of the hands-on activities will include suturing, dissection of an eye, facial reconstruction, a field trip to UPMC Altoona to job shadow, and much more! Find out more information about this year's Health Careers Awareness Camp.
A federal TRIO program funded through the U.S. Department of Education, the Upward Bound program at Saint Francis University has prepared over 1,500 disadvantaged high school students for the rigors of post-secondary education since 1966. Provided at no cost to participants, the program offers a wide variety of academic, career, cultural, and social development activities for 85 high school students from Blair and Cambria counties. Each participant must come from a low income family and/or be a potential first-generation college student. In addition, students must attend a high school in the target area, be enrolled in the academic curriculum, and have a minimum academic GPA of 77%.
From September through May, the students participate in Saturday follow-ups held on campus and tutorials held after school in their communities. Additional academic year activities include college visits, SAT cram sessions, and college fairs. During a six-week residential summer program, students attend five academic classes each day and participate in a wide variety of cultural and recreation activities. Each summer Upward Bound Bridge students take Saint Francis University courses for credit. The program is housed in Schwab Hall.
Get a Division I experience in your own backyard. The Saint Francis University Athletics Department offers camps for both boys and girls. See all the SFU RedFlash Sports Camps options here.
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