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ages 14–17

SUMMER RESIDENTIAL PROGRAMS

westfield.ma.edu/TeenU


July 14 – 26

• Investigations • Technology

• Ensembles • Guitar Styles

1 – 5:30: Classes with a break 2:30 5:30: Dinner 6:30 – 10pm: Evening social activities, free time, movie nights, game show nights, talent shows, etc.

Sample Schedule:

8:30am: Breakfast 9:30 – 12pm: Classes with a break at 10:30 12pm: Lunch

For more information contact Meaghan Arena at 413-572-8355 or marena@westfield.ma.edu.

Contact us for a complete registration packet.

Dates: August 4 – 9 Cost: $900 includes small group instruction with WSU Music faculty, and other professional guitarists, lodging, and meals Registration: Deposit of $500 is due by April 26. Balance is due by June 3. Please plan to bring your guitar and amp, unless you are an acoustic guitarist!

Classes include: • Survey of Great Guitarists • Harmony • Final performance for family, friends, and WSU community on August 9

Guitarapalooza! is a comprehensive guitar performance program.

For more information contact Meaghan Arena at 413-572-8355 or marena@westfield.ma.edu.

Contact us for a complete registration packet.

Dates: July 28 – August 3 Cost: $900 includes Instruction, CPR Certification, skills labs, field trip, lodging, and meals. Registration: Deposit of $500 is due by April 26. Balance is due by June 3.

Topics include: • HIPAA/Privacy regulations • Issues in healthcare • Movement Science • Sports Medicine • Ethical Issues • Infectious Diseases • Nursing • Respiratory Therapy • Nutrition • Stress Management • Exercise • Social Work • Occupational Therapy • Disaster Management • First Aid • CPR • Skills labs: Blood draw, blood pressure, lung sounds, suturing, giving injections, disability awareness, CPR certification

This program includes observations and learning experiences at Noble Hospital in Westfield

The H.E.L.P. program is a hands-on, residential program for any high school student with an interest in heath care fields: future doctors, nurses, physician assistants, physical therapists, phlebotomists, EMT’s, etc.

For more information contact Meaghan Arena at 413-572-8355 or marena@westfield.ma.edu.

Contact us for a complete registration packet.

Registration: Deposit of $500 is due by April 26. Balance is due by June 3.

Cost: $1500 including over 80 hours of instruction, lodging and meals, weekend activities and field trips.

Dates: July 14 – 26

College prep workshops are a component to Westfield CSI that helps students with the application, financial aid, the personal essay, study skills for college success, living away from home, and career counseling.

Learn about Applying to College

This program does not require any specific previous background, just an interest in helping us solve our mystery while experiencing college first hand.

• Criminal Justice • Science • College preparatory workshops

Westfield CSI is an interactive, residential program for students entering their freshman, sophomore, and junior years of high school with an interest in:

Students live in the dorms, eat on campus and experience life in one of the most tranquil and beautiful spots in western Massachusetts.

Classes for All Levels of Guitarists!

August 4 – 9

July 28 – August 3

Work as a team to solve a “murder” on campus using forensic science, criminal justice, and the latest in crime scene investigation technology!

Solve the Mystery of What to do This Summer!

ages 14–17

SUMMER RESIDENTIAL PROGRAMS

Offered on the campus of Westfield State University, our one and two-week programs feature innovative programming for students ages 14 – 17 who have the interest, creativity and drive to succeed. Teen-U encourages students to pursue current interests and challenge themselves with new ideas and concepts. This is your chance to leave schoolyear studying behind and discover new and fun ways to keep learning.


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