Montana Tech | Riparin' the Past II
Incoming 7th & 8th Graders
June 9-13, 2014


Attend the "Riparin the Past II" summer camp to learn about historical Butte, Montana, and how it became the #1 Superfund site in this country, plus explore the environmental clean-up projects designed to repair the Clark Fork River Watershed.

Learn how the health of macro-invertebrates not only affects the life in the water but also the health of animals outside the watershed. We will introduce you to the animals outside the riverbed, and you will find out what they need to eat to keep themselves healthy--Have you ever dissected an owl pellet? Students will also spend time in one of Montana Tech's environmental labs, explore the many science and engineering careers involved with watershed clean-up, and learn how to prepare for post secondary education.

University of Montana | Science is Cool Montana
Hardin Site/Lame Deer Site
Incoming 7th & 8th Graders
June 9-13, 2014/June 16-20, 2014


Do you stare at the stars and wonder what it's like to be a space explorer? Are you curious to know how rockets work? Are you curious to know how rockets work? If you answered "yes" to any of those 3 questions, then our STEM is cool camp is a great opportunity to get the answers. The Science is Cool Montana (SICM) will host one-week camps at Hardin and Lame Deer schools. We hope that you'll choose one of these locations and come have some fun!

*Day camp-no lodging provide.

Carroll College | Preserving the Planet
Incoming 7th & 8th Graders
June 22-28, 2014

 


Carroll's Preserving the Planet camp demonstrates that the college experience extends far beyond classrooms and "book learning." You will use the environment as a foundation to explore a range of subjects including mathematics, science, engineering, composition, poetry, photography, history, and the arts. The camp will focus on the preservation of the world and its cultures through an investigation of indigenous societies in Montana and throughout the world and the conservation of the environment.

Dawson Community College | GEARing UP for College
Incoming 7th & 8th Graders
Session 1: June 15-21, 2014
Session 2: June 22-28, 2014



This camp offers a sneak-peek at college life by covering all the events and experiences of a college semester in a week! You will role play a college student by registering for classes, working on campus, attending classes and labs, using the recreation facilities, going on fun field trips, taking finals, and participating in your own commencement ceremony. You will love the great activities on and off campus.

Ecology Project International | Yellowstone Wildlife Ecology Program
Incoming 9th-12th Graders
June 16-20, 2014



Are you interested in ways you can turn your love for the outdoors into a professional career? This five-day camp allows students the opportunity to work directly alongside conservation professionals to conduct wildlife research and explore the ecological, political, and social issues confronting our public and private lands. This is a great camp to explore Montana's beauty, conduct hands-on research, learn about wildlife conservation and the environment, as well as discover careers in these fields.

Montana Area Health Education Center |Montana Hospital Association
MedStart Camp
Great Falls: June 15-20, 2014
Missoula: June 22-28, 2014
Billings: July 13-18, 2014

 

MedStart is an exciting opportunity for students interested in exploring the health care field.  Often times studentsonly think of the healthcare field as “doctors and nurses” but MedStart aims to expose students to a much larger variety of high paying, high demand jobs in the healthcare industry. Students get to stay on Montana University System campuses while learning hands-on job skills to see what it takes to be a health care professional. Course work includes: dissection of a sheep’s heart, blood typing, suturing on pigs’ feet, job shadowing, and taking blood pressure.  Students also receive college support sessions on financial aid. In addition, the camps have many social and recreation sessions built in that may include: rafting trips, visits to Zoo Montana, museum trips, touring the Lewis and Clark Caverns, hiking, and bowling depending on the location of the camp. 


MedStart is a week long summer camp for students entering the 11-12th grades in the fall of 2014 and is offered at a variety of Montana University System Campuses on different dates.  MedStart has a separate application process from Montana GEAR UP done in the month of March, however there are still slots available, registration will close April 30th. 

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