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Tipton Hospital's Project Connect See brochure and application.

Ball State University College of Architecture and Planning offers several workshops and sessions for high-school students to explore careers and associated academic curriculum.

EXcel, Create, & Inspire the Teaching Experience (EXCITE!) is a five-day residential camp that provides rising sophomore, junior, and senior high school students with experiences that will motivate and encourage them to discover teaching as a career. EXCITE! will take place July 16-21, 2017.

Summer Honors is an Indiana State University program that enables high school students to explore an academic interest, experience campus life—and earn University credit. All one-week seminars will be held on the ISU campus, located in Terre Haute, Indiana. Summer Honors

Ancilla SOAR program 
Student Orientation and Academic Readiness (SOAR) is a supervised college readiness program designed for high school students entering their junior and senior years of school. Students participating in the program are exposed to the college environment, lectures, important offices, and presented with social opportunities traditionally found across college campuses.

Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology's Operation Catapult will take high school students who have completed their junior year into the realms of engineering and applied science for a unique summer experience. For two and a half weeks students get to know peers from across the country and around the world as you work together on project teams to assess challenges, then plan, experiment, and build to meet those challenges. Go Beyond The Classroom

Purdue Polytechnic Richmond will be hosting its annual Engineering Technology Camp on May 29 and May 31 from 10am – 5pm. The program is the same on both dates, so students who register will choose the date that works for them. Cost is $30 which includes kits, snacks, lunch, and t-shirts. Students can register at www.conf.purdue.edu/richmondcamps. Students will learn about 3D printing, robotics, and programmable logic controls, as well as introductory principles centered around engineering technology.

The Society of American Military Engineers, in collaboration with the Military Services, offers a series of engineering/STEM camps designed for High School students who excel in math, science and technology courses and are interested in pursuing engineering, architecture, or a related field in college. These one–week camps are high energy, hands–on events for students from across the country and around the world. The camps are led by a professional staff of engineers from both private industry and the uniformed military services.

IUPUI School of Informatics and Computing. In hands-on, high-energy, one-week summer workshops, high school students learn how informatics and computing is shaping our world through innovations in mobile and web applications, interactive media and digital games, and health and medical research.

Welcome to Hoosier Sports Camps, a comprehensive directory of sports camps owned and operated on by the coaches at Indiana University. Whether you're searching for a day camp, an overnight camp, an instructional camp or a recreational camp, you'll find information and registration links for all sports - baseball, tennis, basketball, soccer, swimming and more!

Summer Camps in Indiana. Indiana University, home of the Hoosiers and full of hospitable people, is a choice destination for those looking for a getaway. Check out one of the biggest parks in America for all day activities for your active family. Zoos and museums will give hours of entertainment and fascinating exhibits. Indiana specialties like the speedway and yearly fair offer their share of thrills as well.

Indiana Wesleyan University offers summer camp to high school students the opportunity to build leadership skills. Link to website.

Butler University offers a Leadership Camp called The Butler Way, July 9 - 12, 9 am to 4 pm, open to 9th, 10th, and 11th grades.

Duke University Summer Sessions  

Camp Kesem is a nationwide, nonprofit organization that provides free summer camp and year-long support for children who have been affected by their parent's cancer. This could mean that their parent currently has cancer, has had cancer, or passed away due to the terrible disease. At Camp Kesem, our goal is to provide support for the children who have experienced adult-sized problems at a young age, while also giving them a fun escape and a chance to bond with other children facing the same experiences. Our camp is open to any child between the ages of 6-16 and is completely free of charge!