Kaplan Yale Daily News Guide to Summer Programs

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Kaplan, Nov 1, 2001 - Education - 576 pages
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Summer just got interesting. Summer programs offer wonderful opportunities to explore the world, make new friends, and prepare for college while you're still in high school. But finding and getting into the right summer program is not always easy. The Yale Daily News Guide to Summer Programs helps you find the programs that match your individual needs and goals, setting you on the road to your best summer ever! * Helpful information on specific types of programs: Academics, Study Abroad and International Travel, Community Service, Outdoor Adventure and Travel, Athletics, Arts, and Leadership programs. * Expert advice on researching your options, applying, and interviewing, plus tips on using your summer experience to enhance your college applications. * More than 500 detailed program listings indexed by subject, cost, location, and duration. * Fun lists of websites, books, and movies related to various summer program topics and activities.

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Sara Schwebel graduated from Yale with honors in 1998, where she was a history major and features editor of the Yale Daily News. After two years of teaching eighth grade history in Alexandria, Virginia, she is now a doctoral student in the History of American Civilization at Harvard University. She continues to plan her summers carefully, searching for just the right mixture of adventure, learning, and fun.

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