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Dreaming of warmer weather? Announcing dates for our 2018 Summer Youth Programs!

Summer 2018

Four rafts head toward white water

Summer staff and students white water rafting on Clear Creek on a hot July, 2017 day.

When it snows in Georgia, when it’s warmer in Atlanta, Idaho than it is in Atlanta, Georgia in January (I checked it, 32 versus 30 degrees) … Well, it’s time to talk about Summer 2018 and our residential youth programs! Below you will find the dates of our three residential programs, links to more detailed descriptions of each, the application form in PDF or MS Word, and contact info for our Summer Youth Coordinator, Martin Becerra-Miranda, so “think Warm!”

Announcing 2018 Summer Youth Program Dates

Summer for Success College Prep Program

Ages: completed junior year in high school with focus on college
Program dates: June 8 – August 3
8-week residential program

Earn and Learn High School Program

Ages: 14 years or older and completed freshman year of high school
Program dates: June8 – August 3
8-week residential program

Initiation to Independence Middle School Program

Ages: 11-14
Program dates: June 11 – June 29
3-week residential program

Download an Application or Get More Info

For more information please contact:
Martin Becerra-Miranda, Summer Youth Coordinator
mbecerra@cocenter.org

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