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Summer Opportunities for Students:
WANTED: UW SUMMER CAMPS!
Click HERE to view the Summer Camps available at UW this summer!
WANTED:Students Entering 7th-12th Grade:
The Northern Black Hills Co-Ed Sports Camp – Fellowship of Christian Athletes Camp is happening June 25-June 30th at Black Hills State University in Spearfish, SD. The camps are a time of “inspiration and perspiration” for athletes and coaches to reach their potential by offering comprehensive athletics, spiritual and leadership training. Sports available: Football, Basketball, Volleyball, Golf, Tennis, Soccer, Track & Field, Cross Country, Wrestling. For more information visit www.wyomingfac.org. Stop in Mrs. Burke’s office OR contact Jason Williams at firstname.lastname@example.org for an application.
NEED HELP PAYING THE $100 DEPOSIT?
Are you interested in attending a CHURCH camp, but need help paying for it? The Encampment Mariners Club is a non-denominational Christian group that would like to help. They have set aside $300 (a max of $150 per youth) to help youth attend a church camp of their choice during the summer of 2018. If you are interested apply by JUNE 15, 2018.
To apply submit a brief summary including:
Send the application to:
P.O. Box 602
Encampment, WY 82325
Questions? Contact Phyllis at 307/327-5014
FBI DENVER TEEN ACADEMIES:
DENVER – Learn how agents discover evidence at crime scenes, conduct investigations, and make our communities safe. Do those things and more during two Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Teen Academies in Denver on June 13, 2018 and August 3, 2018.
If you’re between the ages of 15-18 and will be a sophomore, junior or senior when school starts in the fall of 2018, then you can apply for one of the two academies. Each academy is free (excluding lunch), and runs 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at the FBI Denver Division, located at 8000 East 36th Avenue, Denver, CO 80238.
The FBI Teen Academy provides an opportunity for high school students to visit our field office and go behind the scenes of the FBI. Upon completion of Teen Academy, high school students will foster a greater understanding of the FBI’s mission and how we serve our citizens, community ,and nation. Students will receive classroom training and be exposed to programs such as hazmat, evidence recovery, fingerprinting, white collar crimes, terrorism, undercover operations, cyber-security, intelligence gathering, SWAT and more. You’ll learn from top experts in the Federal Bureau of Investigation Denver Division.
HEALTHCARE CAREERS SUMMER CAMP AT UW!
The Wyoming AHEC Summer Camp is designed to expose high school students to the different healthcare careers available in Wyoming. This five day residential camp on the University of Wyoming campus allowed students to:
Explore a variety of health careers through interactive workshops.
Earn American Heart Association CPR 2 year certification.
Learn from health professionals and college instructors.
Identify the skills needed for careers in healthcare.
Experience dorm living and campus life.
July, 8-13: Session #1- (Current 10th and 11th graders)
July, 15-20: Session #2- (Current 8th and 9th graders)
Cost: Our generous sponsors underwrite most camp costs. Campers pay a small fee of $150
Housing, meals and transportaion during the camp are provided.
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DEADLINE: MAY 1, 2018
WANTED: Students entering 5th & 6th Grade
Wyoming Game & Fish – CAMP WILD!
Space is limited, so register now before it’s too late! Deadline to register is May 1. Fees apply – see website for locations and dates!
To register, visit https://wgfd.wyo.gov/store/CampWild or check out this brochure!
Please check back – more summer opportunities will be posted as they become available for all grades!
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