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INTERESTED IN SOMETHING ELSE? If you don’t find what you are looking for in this program guide, email Troy Turnipseed, director of summer studies, at summer@slu.edu. We frequently add and update programs, so visit us online and like “Summer at SLU” on Facebook to keep up with the latest information.

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SUMMER Men’s Basketball Day Camp Drills • Skill Work • Competition

Students Entering Grades 1-9

SLU – Chaifetz Arena

2 Sessions: Mon – Thurs, Jun 2 – 5 Mon – Thurs, Jun 16 – 19 9 am – 3 pm

SLU Billikens men’s basketball staff and players work directly with campers to improve their basketball skills.

$250 per session

Mike Lepore • slubasketballcamps@gmail.com • 314-977-3255 • slubasketballcamps.com

Men’s Elite Basketball Camp Drills • Skill Work • Competition

Junior Varsity and Varsity Boys’ Teams

SLU – Chaifetz Arena

Sun, Jun 1 10 am – 3:30 pm

SLU Billikens men’s basketball staff and players work directly with campers to improve their basketball skills.

$30

Mike Lepore • slubasketballcamps@gmail.com • 314-977-3255 • slubasketballcamps.com

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SuperSkill Swim Camps Swimming Lessons

Students Entering Grades K-11

SLU – Simon Recreation Center

3 Sessions: SuperSkill: Mon – Fri, Jun 9 – 13 Improvement: Mon – Fri, Jun 2 – 6, Jun 16 – 20 Learn to Swim: Mon – Fri, Jun 23 – 27, Jul 7 – 11, Jul 14 – 18 3 Options: All-Day: 9 am – 4 pm Mornings: 9 – 11:15 am Afternoons: 1:45 – 4 pm

In its 31st year, the SuperSkill Swim Camp is intended to provide swimming instruction for all skill levels so that children can discover new skills and learn correct swimming techniques.

All-Day Session: $240 Half-Day Session: $109

Hossein Dastgah • dastgahh@att.net • 314-769-7946 • summer.slu.edu

INTERESTED IN SOMETHING ELSE? If you don’t find what you are looking for in this program guide, email us at summer@slu.edu. We frequently add and update programs, so like “Summer at SLU” on Facebook to keep up with the latest information.

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SUMMER Billiken Soccer Day Camp Half Day and Full Day Camp: Technical Skill Instruction • Tactical Topics • Small-sided Games

Students Entering Grades 1-8

Full Day Camp Only: Lunch • Videos • Swimming • Games • Scrimmages SLU – Robert R. Hermann Stadium

Mon – Fri, Jun 9 – 13 Half Days (9 am – 12 pm) or Full Days (Mon – Thurs: 9 am – 4 pm; Fri: 9 am – 12 pm)

Camp staffers work with campers to improve their fundamental skills and develop tactical awareness in an age-specific environment. The camp challenges both novice and advanced players in a fun and competitive environment.

Half Days: $250 Full Days: $320

Mike McGinty • info@saintlouissocceracademy.com • 314-977-3184 • saintlouissocceracademy.com

Billiken Elite Soccer Camp Technical and Tactical Training Sessions • Skill Competitions • Tournaments • All-star Games

Boys Entering Grades 7-12

SLU – Robert R. Hermann Stadium

Sun – Wed, Jun 15 – 18 (Overnight Option)

This camp is geared towards players who aspire to improve their game at the highest level. It includes intense training.

Overnight: $550 Days Only: $450

Mike McGinty • info@saintlouissocceracademy.com • 314-977-3184 • saintlouissocceracademy.com

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Billiken Team Soccer Camp Curriculum Designed Specifically for Each Team

Boys Entering Grades 9-12

SLU – Robert R. Hermann Stadium

Fri – Sun, Jul 18 – 20 (Overnight Option)

Coaches design a curriculum to accomplish the goals of what each team would like to achieve. The staff and the team’s current coach work together to instruct and mentor the team in preparation for the upcoming season.

Overnight: $400 Days Only: $325

Mike McGinty • info@saintlouissocceracademy.com • 314-977-3184 • saintlouissocceracademy.com

Billiken Soccer Day Camp for Girls Technical Skill Instruction • Tactical Topics • Small-sided Games • Match Situations

Girls Entering Grades K-9

SLU – Robert R. Hermann Stadium

Girls Day Camp 2 Sessions: Mon – Fri, Jun 2 – 6 Mon – Fri, Jun 23 – 27 9 am – 4 pm Little Bills Camp 2 Sessions: Mon – Fri, Jun 2 – 6 Mon – Fri, Jun 23 – 27 9 am – 12 pm

These camps are focused on helping local players develop. The camps are built on the element of fun, technique, tactics and a low player-to-coach ratio. Technique and skill development will be appropriate to age and skill level of the player. Players will have their feet on the ball for many repetitions and have plenty of opportunities to achieve success. Tactical learning of the game will be emphasized by using small-sided games and other match situations. Our goal is to see and play the game better while having fun using small-sided games!

Girls Day: $240 Little Bills: $160

Scott Gloden • gloden@slu.edu • 314-977-2584 • saintlouiselitesoccercamp.com

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SUMMER Little Bills – Introduction to Volleyball Individual Instruction in Volleyball Skills

Students Entering Grades 1-5

SLU – Chaifetz Arena

Thurs – Fri, Jun 12 – 13 9 am – 12 pm

This camp introduces volleyball to players entering grades 1-5. It covers basic skills, positions and rotations.

$75

Kent Miller • info@saintlouisvolleyballcamp.com • 314-394-1110 • saintlouisvolleyballcamp.com

Volleyball Individual Camp Individual Instruction in Volleyball Skills

Girls Entering Grades 5-12 Boys Entering Grades 5-8

SLU – Chaifetz Arena

2 Sessions: Tues – Thurs, Jul 8 – 10 Mon – Wed, Jul 14 – 16 9 am – 3:30 pm

This camp focuses on all-around improvement of all individual skills through technical instruction as well as competitive team drills, game situations and team play in a fun and supportive setting.

$250

Kent Miller • info@saintlouisvolleyballcamp.com • 314-394-1110 • saintlouisvolleyballcamp.com

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Volleyball Mini Camps Blocking • Hitting • Passing • Serving • Setting • Defense

Students Entering Grades 4-12 Age Groups Vary By Mini Camp

SLU – Chaifetz Arena

9 Sessions (2 hours each) Mon – Thurs, Jul 7 – 17 (varying dates)

Each mini camp covers one specific area of the game providing beginning players with a sound foundation and advanced players with advanced technical and tactical training. High school only and boys’ only mini camps available for the first time. Register for one or any combination of mini camps.

$50 per session

Kent Miller • info@saintlouisvolleyballcamp.com • 314-394-1110 • saintlouisvolleyballcamp.com

Volleyball One-Day Position Camps Individual Instruction in Libero/defensive Specialist Skills

Libero Camp: Students Entering Grades 6-8 High School Libero Camp: Students Entering Grades 9-12

SLU – Chaifetz Arena

Libero Camp: Fri, Jul 11 9 am – 3:30 pm High School Libero Camp: Thurs, Jul 17 9 am – 3:30 pm

Libero Camp: This one-day camp will focus on the elements of the game that are critical to the libero/defensive specialist. These include serve receive, digging, pursuit and serving. This camp is also appropriate for front row players who play all six rotations.

$90

High School Libero Camp: For high school players only. This one-day camp will focus on the elements of the game that are critical to the libero/defensive specialist. These include serve recieve, digging, pursuit and serving, as well as defensive systems and positioning. This camp is also appropriate for front row players who wish to play all six rotations. Kent Miller • info@saintlouisvolleyballcamp.com • 314-394-1110 • saintlouisvolleyballcamp.com

INTERESTED IN SOMETHING ELSE? If you don’t find what you are looking for in this program guide, email us at summer@slu.edu. We frequently add and update programs, so like “Summer at SLU” on Facebook to keep up with the latest information.

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SUMMER Campus Recreation Youth Program Sports • Arts and Crafts • Swimming • Cooking • Field Trips

Students Entering Grades 1-7

SLU – Simon Recreation Center • St. Louis Zoo • Splash City • Lazer Tag • Moolah Bowling

8 Sessions: Mon – Fri, Jun 2 – Aug 1 9 am – 4:30 pm Extended Care Options: 8 – 9 am, 4:30 – 5:30 pm

It is our goal to stimulate the process of discovery by introducing campers to a variety of recreational activities designed for each age group and skill level. We hope to create a special atmosphere in which friendships can be formed and campers can express themselves and grow while creating lasting memories.

Camp: $150 per session* Extended Care, Morning: $10 per session Extended Care, Evening: $10 per session *$10 discount for children of SLU faculty, staff, students and alumni

Our energetic and well-qualified staff, under the direction of the department of Campus Recreation, is comprised of professionals in recreation and education and students interested in those fields.

Nick Collins • campusrec@slu.edu • 314-977-3975 • slu.edu/x24206.xml

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SUMMER Gardens to Tables Culinary Camp Gardening • Cooking • Nutrition • Trips to Local Farms

Students Entering Grades 2-7

SLU – Nutrition and Dietetics Food Lab • Fresh Gatherings Cafeteria

6 Sessions for Students 7-12 Years Old: Mon – Fri, Jun 2 – 6, Jun 9 – 13, Jun 23 – 27, Jul 14 – 18, Jul 21 – 25, Jul 28 – Aug 1 8 am – 4 pm 1 Session for Students 12-19 Years Old: Mon – Fri, Jun 16 – 20 8 am – 4 pm 1 Session for Students 5-8 Years Old: Mon – Fri, Jul 7 – 11 8 am – 4 pm

This camp engages students in gardening, cooking and nutrition activities. Campers prepare a variety of meals and work with professional chefs, registered dietitians and master gardeners to learn principles of good nutrition, gardening and a healthy lifestyle. Each week has a different theme, from Asian to Mediterranean cuisine.

$275* *$25 discount for children of SLU faculty, staff and alumni

Campers journey to local farms, encountering firsthand sustainable local agriculture. Each session includes a Disability Awareness Day, helping campers learn what is involved when people have disabilities and how people with disabilities cook and garden independently. Marian Linck • linckm3@slu.edu • 314-977-8523 • nd.slu.edu

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SUMMER Grand Arts Camp Painting • Drawing • Printmaking • Clay • Metal • Fiber

Students Entering Grades 9-12

Craft Alliance Grand Center • SLU Museum of Art • SLU Fine Arts Studios

Mon – Fri, Jul 21 – Aug 1 9 am – 4 pm

Made possible by the partnership between Craft Alliance and Saint Louis University, this urban-themed visual arts camp will give high school students with strong interest in the arts the opportunity to work in six different mediums (clay, metal, fiber, drawing, painting and printmaking) in both Craft Alliance Grand Center and Saint Louis University studios.

$500

This full-day, two-week immersion program is enhanced by museum visits, an architectural tour and exposure to music and theater in the Grand Center Arts District. By experiencing the arts using all senses, students will be encouraged to create work in the studios that develops their art-making skills and explores the overall urban arts theme. Culminating with the students’ exhibition at Saint Louis University Museum of Art, students will learn what it takes to prepare for a gallery showing while having their best summer yet! Troy Turnipseed • summer@slu.edu • 314-977-8884 • craftalliance.org

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Grand Theater Camp Acting and Audition Techniques • Design • Stage Combat • Stage Makeup

Students Entering Grades 6-8

SLU • Black Box Theater • Metro Theater Company • The Fabulous Fox Theatre

Mon – Fri, Jun 2 – 13 9 am – 4 pm

Saint Louis University and Metro Theater Company invite middle school students to explore acting, auditioning, creative movement, design, stage combat and makeup with professional theater artists in Grand Center. This fun, two-week experience includes tours of Metro Theater Company and the Fabulous Fox Theatre as well as a chance to create original work and perform scenes and monologues from books, plays and movies. Students will perform for family and friends at the conclusion of the program.

$500

Troy Turnipseed • summer@slu.edu • 314-977-8884 • metrotheatercompany.org

Journalism and Documentary Film Academy Filmmaking • Journalism • Documentary • Multimedia Production • Writing

Students Entering Grades 9-12

SLU Multimedia Center – Xavier Hall – Department of Communication

Mon – Fri, Jun 9 – 13 9 am – 4 pm

The Journalism and Documentary Film Academy is a hands-on media production program in which participants write, direct and edit short narrative, documentary or journalistic film projects. Using Midtown St. Louis as a backdrop, participants will produce projects focused in the areas of food, fashion/style, sports or travel. Projects will be based upon fieldwork conducted in Midtown St. Louis and trips to local restaurants, shops, media production studios and sports venues. The weeklong program ends with a minifilm festival on Friday afternoon where participants premiere their films for an audience.

$290 *$10 discount for children of SLU faculty, staff, students and alumni

Students will work in a high-end media production space where they will learn to use digital equipment and Final Cut Pro editing software, as well as SLU’s broadcast studio. SLU professors with professional experience in digital production and journalism will lead the academy while guest instructors will include a Los Angeles-based television editor. The academy is designed for high school students who want to learn more about careers in broadcast journalism, documentary filmmaking, video editing or television production. Students of all skill levels are welcome. David Hoffeimeyer • dhoffelm@slu.edu • 314-977-2921 • slu.edu/x13966.xml

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SUMMER Adventures in Medicine and Science Workshop Introduction to Health Care Careers • Lab Experience • Observation of a Live Surgery

Students Entering Grades 11-13

SLU – Doisy College of Health Sciences – Practical Anatomy and Surgical Education in Young Hall

Mon – Fri, Jun 23 – 27 8 am – 3:30 pm (Overnight option available only for those not living in the St. Louis area)

The workshop provides an overview of anatomy and an introduction to careers in health care. Students attend programs presented by physicians and medical professionals, gain hands-on lab experience, view patient interactions and observe a live surgery. Students are admitted through an application process and space is limited.

Days Only: $735 (including $100 deposit) Overnight: $1,435

Kim Dondanville • dondanvillek@slu.edu • 314-977-7379 • aims.slu.edu

Anatomy 101 Workshop Introductory Anatomical Education • 3-D High-definition Presentations • Comparative Dissections

Students Entering Grades 8-10

SLU – Practical Anatomy and Surgical Education in Young Hall

Mon – Wed, Jul 21 – 23 8 am – 3:30 pm

This workshop provides introductory anatomical learning through dissections, presentations and other hands-on programs. Students interact with physicians, anatomists, athletic trainers and other health care professionals.

$225 (including $50 deposit)

Kim Dondanville • dondanvillek@slu.edu • 314-977-7379 • aims.slu.edu

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Little Medical School Hands-on Learning • Crafts • Medical-themed Games

Students Entering Grades K-5

SLU – Tegler Hall

Mon – Fri, Jul 14 – 18 9 – 11 am

The Little Medical School brings medicine, science and the importance of health to children in a fun and entertaining way. Through interactive demonstrations, crafts and games, kids learn how the body and organs work, how to use doctors’ instruments and even how to administer first aid.

$150* *$10 discount for children of SLU faculty, staff, students and alumni

Troy Turnipseed • summer@slu.edu • 314-977-8884 • littlemedicalschool.com

INTERESTED IN SOMETHING ELSE? If you don’t find what you are looking for in this program guide, email us at summer@slu.edu. We frequently add and update programs, so like “Summer at SLU” on Facebook to keep up with the latest information.

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SUMMER Introduction to Sports Medicine and Athletic Training Workshop Introduction to Physical Therapy/Athletic Training • Lab Experience • Observation of Surgery Demonstrations • Tour of Chaifetz Arena

Students Entering Grades 11-13

SLU – Doisy College of Health Sciences – Practical Anatomy and Surgical Education in Young Hall

Mon – Wed, Jul 7 – 9 8 am – 3:30 pm

In this three-day workshop, participants will learn the roles of the physical therapist and athletic trainer, possible career opportunities, rehab techniques and much more. Students hear from physical therapists and athletic training professionals, physicians and other healthcare professionals as they discuss important topics in the sports medicine field. Students learn about human anatomy and observe surgery demonstrations throughout the workshop.

$325 (including $50 deposit)

Kim Dondanville • dondanvillek@slu.edu • 314-977-7379 • aims.slu.edu

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Students Entering Grades 10-12

SLU – School of Medicine and Learning Resource Center

Mon – Fri, Jun 9 – 27 9 am – 12 pm

The three-week program will allow students to interact with medical students, professors, doctors, nurses and other heath care professionals. Information on planning a medical education, expectations of a pre-med major, learning and developing interview skills and hands-on training will be addressed. Additionally, basic introduction to human anatomy, medical facilities, labs, classrooms and various fields within medicine will be explored.

This program is free; however, students are chosen based on the quality of their personal statement and letter of recommendation. Only 25 spaces are available.

Colette McLemore • cmclemo1@slu.edu • 314-977-7564 • slu.edu/medicine

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SUMMER Kids Connection to Social Skills Obstacle Courses • Cooking • Crafts • Games

Students Entering Grades Pre-K-5

SLU – Doisy College of Health Sciences

Mon – Fri, Jun 16 – 27 9:30 am – 12 pm Shaw Nature Reserve: Fri – Sat, Jun 27 – 28

This program integrates developmental and sensory-based activities with social strategies, resulting in a dynamic friend-making experience. Preschool and elementary school children enjoy a variety of activities including obstacle courses in our sensory gym, cooking, crafts and games. To join this program, a $150 developmental evaluation or assessment is required, dependent on the child’s therapy history.

$600

Jeanne Eichler • otpractice@slu.edu • 314-977-8566 • ot.slu.edu

Tween Connection to Social Skills Obstacle Courses • Cooking • Crafts • Games • Life Skills

Students Entering Grades 6-8

SLU – Doisy College of Health Sciences

Mon – Fri, Jun 16 – 27 1 – 3:30 pm

Tween Connection to Social Skills combines common interests of group members with specialized sensory and social approaches, resulting in a unique experience for each middle school participant. Age-appropriate life skills are integrated into each session to confront common challenges of middle school years, and tweens are encouraged to try new skills at home and in the community. To join this program, a $150 social skills assessment and interview are required along with the child’s current IEP.

$600

Jeanne Eichler • otpractice@slu.edu • 314-977-8566 • ot.slu.edu

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Teen Connection to Social Competency Restaurant Critics • Great Chefs Cooking Club • Engineering Experiences Group • Art/Animation • Theater Games

Students Entering Grades 9-12

SLU – Doisy College of Health Sciences

Mon – Fri, Jun 2 – Jul 25 2-hour sessions, once per week Shaw Nature Reserve: Wed – Fri, Jun 25 – 27 (Overnight) Manresa: Mon – Tues, Jul 21 – 22 (Overnight)

This program provides a challenging, teen-focused experience based on common interests of college and/or career-bound group members. Sessions occur both on the Saint Louis University campus and in the community. Parents meet weekly during sessions. Activities may include cooking, restaurant outings, rocket building or robotics and game nights. To join this program, a $150 social competency assessment and interview are required.

$330 – $600 Session choices are dependent on availability and interest.

Jeanne Eichler • otpractice@slu.edu • 314-977-8566 • ot.slu.edu

Speech Camp Small Group Therapy • Large Group Therapy

Students Entering Grades Pre K-K

SLU – Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic – McGannon Hall

2 Sessions: Mon – Thurs, Jun 16 – 26 Mon – Thurs, Jul 7 – 17 9:30 – 11:30 am

The Speech Camp is an intensive two-week summer program designed specifically for children 3–6 years old diagnosed with childhood apraxia of speech, phonological disorders and other speech disorders. All participants will receive small group and large group therapy that incorporates best practices in trseatment and a variety of supports to assist the child in improving overall speech intelligibility.

$250

Kellie Dalton • daltonk2@slu.edu • 314-977-3365 • slu.edu/x12349.xml

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SUMMER Reading Skills Program Reading Development • Study Skills • Speed Reading and Comprehension

Pre-K-Adult

Various Locations in Metropolitan St. Louis

5 Weeks

SLU and the Institute for Reading Development partner in offering eight summer reading skills programs for all ages. Goals for each age group include:

$299

4-year-olds - students entering 1st grade: Focus on phonics and develop a love of reading. Parents attend with the children. Students entering grades 2-5: Improve reading comprehension and develop reading fluency. Students entering grades 6-11: Learn study skills and increase reading speed. Students entering 12th grade and adults: Become faster, more effective readers by learning note-taking techniques and the most effective approach to reading comprehension. Judy Reilly • contactus@readingprograms.org • 800-979-8980 • slu.edu/x5058.xml

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The Power of Words Reading Comprehension Skills • Note-taking Skills • Organizational Skills • Written Skills

Students Entering Grades 4-6

SLU – Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic – McGannon Hall

Session 1: Tues – Thurs, Jun 17 – 26 Session 2: Tues – Thurs, Jul 8 – 17 1 – 2:30 pm

The Power of Words is designed for children entering fourth–sixth grade. It is designed to help facilitate reading comprehension skills, enhance note taking and organizational skills, and challenge individuals to strengthen both expressive and written skills. This workshop will be individualized, intensive and creative. Clients will be exposed to a variety of genres including fiction, nonfiction and personal narratives.

$250

Kellie Dalton • daltonk2@slu.edu • 314-977-3365 • slu.edu/x12349.xml

INTERESTED IN SOMETHING ELSE? If you don’t find what you are looking for in this program guide, email us at summer@slu.edu. We frequently add and update programs, so like “Summer at SLU” on Facebook to keep up with the latest information.

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INNOVATIVE

SUMMER Engineering and Aviation Academy Engineering and Aviation Modules • Flight in Diamond DA-20 Airplane • Competitions

Students Entering Grades 11-12

SLU – Parks College of Engineering, Aviation and Technology

Sun – Fri, Jun 22 – 27 (Overnight)

The 2014 Engineering and Aviation Academy will host students for a six-day, five-night session where they will learn about all the academic programs provided at Parks College. Students will work together to compete in daily competitions. On the last day of the academy, their families are invited to attend a luncheon and meet current Parks faculty, staff and students. During the academy, faculty and student mentors guide students through hands-on activities in aerospace and mechanical engineering, flight science, biomedical engineering, civil engineering, computer and electrical engineering, and physics. Students will also attend an off-campus group outing, take a flight in a Diamond DA-20 airplane and explore Saint Louis University’s campus.

$550 (including $50 application fee)

Melanie Rigden • parksevents@slu.edu • 314-977-8443 • parks.slu.edu/summer-academy

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Camp Invention Problem Solving • Critical Thinking Development • Hands-on Activities

Students Entering Grades 1-6

SLU – Il Monestaro

Mon – Fri, Jul 21 – 25 9 am – 3 pm

We’re building the future, one thinker at a time. Camp Invention runs for one action-packed week. Each day, campers work in teams as they rotate between four fun-thematic modules. Each module brings new challenges to build upon what was learned the previous day. Just imagine what your child could experience: collaborate to build prototypes, following the example of National Inventors Hall of Fame inductees; up-cycle and re-engineer with gears and gadgets, developing critical-thinking skills and creativity; and explore science, technology, engineering and math enrichment, motivating a group to develop solutions to real-world problems.

$220

William Perkins • wperkins@slu.edu • 314-977-8693 • campinvention.org

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SUMMER Operación Inglés (Operation English) Spanish Language Education • Immersion in Spanish Culture

Students Entering Grades 7-12

SLU – Madrid, Spain

Sun – Fri, Jun 29 – Jul 18 Students coming from abroad are recommended to arrive in Madrid the day before the start of camp and leave the day after the end of camp.

This program is based on the exchange of language and culture for Spanishand English-speaking students. There is a high Spanish-to-English speaker ratio, creating a privileged language immersion situation for campers who want to learn Spanish. Campers are totally immersed in Spanish culture.

1,500 Euros / $2,032*

Our teachers and monitors are students who are currently studying at Saint Louis University-Madrid Campus. They share their culture and knowledge and direct all the camp activities under the careful supervision of a team of faculty from both Saint Louis University and Colegio San José. All classes are taught by native speakers. Teachers give language classes between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. to groups of three to 10 students, organized according to age. The classes are interactive and focus on Hispanic culture and everyday Spanish. In the afternoon, various workshops take place. Students choose which workshops to attend based on their interests. Workshop topics vary from journalism to archery, from card games to drama, and from international cuisine to photography. Hamish Binns • hbinns@slu.edu • +034 91-554-5858 • spain.slu.edu/operacioningles

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*Based on exchange rate calculated 1/30/14 There is a supplement of 130 Euros for students traveling abroad that includes transportation from and to the airport, accommodation, meals, and sightseeing always accompanied by one of our monitors. 10 percent discount for students previously attending this program, families that send two or more students or SLU faculty, staff, students and alumni. †


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International Business Summer Academy Global Business • Company Tours • Cultural Activities • Campus Experience

Students Entering Grades 11-12

SLU – John Cook School of Business – Boeing Institute of International Business

Wed – Fri, Jun 25 – 27 (Overnight)

The academy provides a forum for local high school students to learn more about international business through lectures, discussions and seminars led by esteemed Saint Louis University faculty and global business managers. In addition, students tour local multinational companies and interact with current international business majors at SLU.

$350

Danielle Stevens • stevendn@slu.edu • 314-977-3631 • business.slu.edu/ibacademy

International Student Summer Program English Skills • Credit-bearing Course • St. Louis Exploration

Students Entering Grades 11-12

SLU – Center for Global Citizenship

Mon – Sat, Jul 7 – 26 (Overnight)

Saint Louis University welcomes students from all countries and offers the International Student Summer Program to help prepare international students for success at SLU. Students live on campus while taking a credit-bearing course. They get the opportunity to improve their English skills, adjust to campus and explore the city of St. Louis through events and field trips.

$2,500 Includes course tuition, housing, meals, and all scheduled events and activities.

Bridget DeClue • bdeclue1@slu.edu • +001 314-977-3926 • summer.slu.edu

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HAVE AN ENTERPRISING SUMMER Allsup Summer Entrepreneurship Academy Idea Pitch Competition • Tours of Local Businesses • Team-building Activities

Students Entering Grades 9-12

SLU – John Cook School of Business – Center for Entrepreneurship

Mon – Fri, Jul 28 – Aug 1 9 am – 4 pm (Mon – Thurs) 9 am – 2 pm (Fri)

This program shows high school students what it takes to start and operate a business, be their own bosses, and have fun while doing so. It includes hands-on learning with cash prizes and interaction with St. Louis entrepreneurs. Participants choose an entrepreneurship track to follow: general, tech, family or female. The academy is staffed by students and faculty members of Saint Louis University’s entrepreneurship program, which was ranked 14th in the nation by U.S. News & World Report in 2013.

$495

Gregory Davenport • davenpgm@slu.edu • 314-977-3282 • business.slu.edu/allsup

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Sports Business Summer Academy Sports Business Concepts • Behind-the-scenes Look at Sports Operations • Sports Business Plan Competition

Students Entering Grades 11-12

SLU – John Cook School of Business

Tues – Sat, Jun 17 – 21 (Overnight)

The Sports Business Academy is a special program developed to introduce rising high school juniors and seniors to the business of sports. During the four-day program students are introduced to basic business concepts related to sports through presentations by faculty and industry professionals. In-class discussions, field trips and a group project are some of the highlights of the academy. On the final day, teams compete for prizes and present their final projects to a panel of judges. Applications accepted on a competitive basis.

$800

Brett Boyle • boyleba@slu.edu • 314-977-3865 • business.slu.edu/slu-sports-business-summer-academy

INTERESTED IN SOMETHING ELSE? If you don’t find what you are looking for in this program guide, email us at summer@slu.edu. We frequently add and update programs, so like “Summer at SLU” on Facebook to keep up with the latest information.

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TECHIE

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Microsoft Programming 101 Computer Programming Concepts

Students Entering Grades 10-13

SLU – Workforce Center, Second Floor Wool Center

Mon – Fri, Jun 9 – 13 9 am – 4:30 pm (Mon – Thurs) and 9 – 11:30 am (Fri)

The Workforce Center offers hands-on instruction in both creative and practical computer skills for tech-savvy students. Learning to program effectively requires understanding of programming concepts as well as language-specific syntax and data handling knowledge. This beginner through intermediate level course bridges the gap: first covering objectoriented programming concepts common to modern programming languages and then building on that foundation with a plunge into programming with C# and Visual Studio. Students’ coding skills will be polished through hands-on exercises, minigames and mini-applications. Students will take home their programs and their programming basics.

$1,195

Prerequisite: Students should be experienced computer users. The Workforce Center is an official Microsoft Learning Partner, and their instructors are Microsoft Certified Trainers.

Helen Greaves • info@workforcecenter.slu.edu • 314-977-3226 • workforcecenter.slu.edu

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Become a Web Programmer Web Development Concepts

Students Entering Grades 10-13

SLU – Workforce Center, 2nd Floor Wool Center

Mon – Fri, Jun 16 – 20 9 am – 4:30 pm (Mon – Thurs) and 9 – 11:30 am (Fri)

This program is designed for the student who wants to build critical computer skills or for students who just love technology, design and logic. This web programming camp equips students with the skills required to construct their own websites. Students hit the ground running with a fastpaced discussion of HTML and CSS, the uniform language of web development. Students will learn to code the bare bones of a webpage by hand. Once students are proficient in HTML, they will learn the more advanced components of building a website with an introduction to JavaScript, PHP programming and then transitioning to an introduction to the core features of MySQL. Students will learn how to integrate the potential of these versatile technologies to build powerful and robust data-driven web applications. Students will take home their project programs and the knowledge to code for the web.

$1,195

Prerequisite: Students should have experience with a programming language including an understanding of variables, syntax, loops and conditionals. The Workforce Center’s instructors are industry professionals with solid teaching experience. Helen Greaves • info@workforcecenter.slu.edu • 314-977-3226 • workforcecenter.slu.edu

iOS Programming for iPhone® and iPad® App Development

Students Entering Grades 10-13

SLU – Workforce Center, Second Floor Wool Center

Mon – Fri, Jun 23 – 27 9 am – 4:30 pm (Mon – Thurs) and 9 – 11:30 am (Fri)

Mobile application development is one of the most sought-after skills in this high-tech era. In this program students learn to develop and deploy iPhone and iPad applications using Objective-C, the iOS SDK and the Xcode Integrated Development Environment. The program starts with an introduction to the development language, Objective-C, and then tackles Xcode and the iPhone SDK. Students learn to build native iPhone applications. Students will use an iPhone simulator to run their applications. Students will take home their iOS applications and the knowledge to develop iOS applications.

$1,195

Prerequisite: Students should have experience with a programming language including an understanding of variables, syntax, loops and conditionals. The Workforce Center’s instructors are industry professionals with solid teaching experience. Helen Greaves • info@workforcecenter.slu.edu • 314-977-3226 • workforcecenter.slu.edu

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TAKE-CHARGE

SUMMER Summer Institute for Academics and Leadership Literary • Math • Science • Leadership

Students Entering Grades 7-8

SLU

Mon – Thurs, Jul 7 – 17 (Overnight)

The Summer Institute for Academics and Leadership at Saint Louis University is an exciting opportunity for accelerated learners that focuses on academic core classes (majors), elective learning (minors) and leadership training based on Stephen Covey’s The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People. This summer residential experience is for students entering the 7th or 8th grade to gain knowledge, acquire leadership skills and have fun on the beautiful SLU campus. All classes will be advanced and majors will focus on literacy, math, science and leadership. In addition, students will be able to choose two minors. Some of the minors offered will be robotics, debate, mock trial, art (including stained glass creation) and archeology. The twoweek institute will include four majors, two minors and two field trips to museums, etc. Students may stay over the weekend of July 12 – 13 for an upcharge and will take field trips to local St. Louis attractions. The class sizes will be small but the learning will be big, so register now due to limited space!

$1,100

William Perkins • wperkins@slu.edu • 314-977-8693 • summer.slu.edu

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Power Communication for Emerging Young Leaders Writing • Speaking • Presentation Skills

Students Entering Grades 10-13

SLU – Workforce Center, Second Floor Wool Center

Mon – Thurs, Jun 23 – Jun 26 9 am – 4:30 pm

This four-day course provides teens with critical communication skills that will help them succeed in the classroom and beyond.

$1,095

Day 1: Communication Essentials in the Workplace - Communication is the cornerstone of success for any business-minded person. Students will learn about the different styles of communication and how to successfully adapt your message for maximum impact. Day 2: Technical Writing for Success - Make sure your written message has just as much impact as your spoken word. This day will focus on practical tips and recommendations on how to effectively organize our message and how to tailor your writing to different audiences. Day 3: Presentation and Public Speaking - It’s not enough to just have strong communication one-on-one, you need to be able to present your information with impact. This day’s focus will teach you how to organize your message and tailor it to your targeted audience. Day 4: Persuading with Power - What can you do when you need to get your audience to listen to you, but they aren’t willing? This is when powerful persuasion techniques will save the day. This day will teach you how to eliminate the six common self-created barriers to influence success. Helen Greaves • info@workforcecenter.slu.edu • 314-977-3226 • workforcecenter.slu.edu

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HAVE AN HAVE A ENTERPRISING GET-AHEAD SUMMER College Credit Saint Louis University welcomes eligible high school juniors and seniors, as well as students from any college or university, to enroll in college-credit courses this summer. We offer hundreds of courses both on campus and online in a variety of subject areas. From History 112: Origins of the Modern World to Communication 120: Public Speaking, there’s bound to be a SLU course that will help you have a get-ahead summer. High school students who have completed their sophomore year with a cumulative grade point average of 3.5 or better on a 4.0 system, may, with written recommendation and grade verification from their high school counselor or principal, enroll as a Visiting Young Scholar during the summer and be eligible to receive college credit. Approved high school students may register for introductory courses (100 or 200 level) for which they have the proper preparation and prerequisites. Students who are visiting from other colleges or universities may also apply. To take courses this summer, students must fill out the online Summer Visiting Undergraduate Application. For more information, visit summer.slu.edu.

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Continuing Education In the Jesuit tradition, education at Saint Louis University does not end once a diploma is in hand. SLU alumni and community members are called to pursue lives of “continuing education,” whether in individual career fields, family experiences, community engagement and service, or academic studies and research. Saint Louis University is dedicated to providing such opportunities for continuing education, specifically in the classroom, lab and field settings. We offer full degree programs, short-term credit and non-credit certificates, and continuing education units. Courses range in length from one day to a full semester and may include on-campus coursework, convenient online learning and hybrid technologies.

INTERESTED IN APPLYING TO SLU? Take the next step to get ahead and complete an application for admission and scholarships online at admissions.slu.edu.

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EVENTFUL

SUMMER

Saint Louis University’s Event Services offers unique venues ideal for: Weddings and receptions: traditional or modern atmosphere. Visit SLU’s historic Saint Louis Room or the Wool Ballroom in Busch Student Center, or ask to see our other indoor and outdoor locations. An Event Specialist will work with you to make sure your special day goes exactly as you wish. University Catering Services, located in the building, offers a wide selection of gourmet menu items. Arrange beautiful decorations with Walter Knoll Florist, also in Busch Student Center.

Meetings and conferences: a modern, budget-friendly alternative to hotels. Saint Louis University’s Busch Student Center features a variety of retail shops and restaurants, inhouse catering services, 18 meeting/boardrooms, a full-time audiovisual staff and one of the largest multipurpose rooms in the St. Louis area. Need more space? We have hundreds of other possibilities on campus.

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Vendor fairs: a trade show venue with an open, personal feel. SLU’s Busch Student Center is perfect for hosting groups of vendors. This high-tech, convertible and controllable space offers nearly 16,000 square feet. Busch Center also features wireless Internet access, ample power, a fulltime audiovisual staff and in-house catering.

Retreats: peaceful locations for personal and group reflection. You can count on a Jesuit university to provide ample space for thought, prayer and personal development. Retreat centers include the Manresa Center and the Lay Center for Education and the Arts. The Manresa Center is located just off campus and features 34 bedrooms, a theatre and a chapel. The Lay Center for Education and the Arts, in Louisiana, Mo., features meeting space, audiovisual equipment, a sculpture park and 12 bedrooms.

INTERESTED IN HOSTING AN EVENT AT SLU? Give us a call at 314-977-MEET (6338) or send us an email at events@slu.edu to begin planning your next event.

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