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Duke University Youth Programs

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Ages: 10-18

Gender: Co-Ed

Type: Other


Physical & Mailing Address:
104 East Campus Union Drive
Durham, NC USA 27708


More Information:
919.684.6259
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Summer camps that offer enrichment opportunities for students in grades 9-11. Creative writing, performing arts, leadership/service learning, and college prep (selection/admissions). Study with professionals and published writers. Read More!

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nataszag said...
Jan. 10 at 2:07 pm
“DYWC was one of the best experiences of my life. The counselors were truly amazing and the classes were amazing. The camp truly became a crazy, very geeky family by the last night; it’s fairly common to see kids spread out on the dorm floor playing cards, watching and analyzing Doctor Who, and most importantly, giving feedback on each other’s work. If you have a passion for writing, I highly recommend attending. You won’t regret it.
 
Danny123 said...
Oct. 21, 2012 at 5:50 pm
the young writers camp was fun and exciting. If you chose to go here you will really enjoy it.
 

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Information about Duke University Youth Programs

Duke Youth Programs is a part of Duke University Continuing Studies and has provided academic enrichment summer camps for academically motivated youth for over 20 years. Each summer approximately 650 youth from around the nation and world, representing some 22 states and 5 different countries, attend one of our summer programs.

All programs seek to engage learners in innovative, interactive, transformative learning experiences. Co-curricular social and recreational activities are carefully planned and delivered to complement the instructional day. The camp "learning community" approaches learning as a shared responsibility among students, instructors, and counselors.

(From www.learnmore.duke.edu)

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