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4-H Camp in Tar Hollow State Park
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4-H camp is honestly been one of the most important parts of my summers for the last 8 years of my life. Every summer my mom would ask me if I wanted to go to 4-H camp again this summer, and with every single time she asked me that I always... (more »)
Shakespeare’s Globe Young Academics This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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London: All my life, I’ve had a passion for literature. I’ve never been able to get quite enough of it. In particular, I’ve had a longstanding obsession with Shakespeare. The counselor at my school suggested I try to find... (more »)
Summer Discovery This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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Los Angeles: Summer is a time for students everywhere to expand their minds and thrive. For me, just like countless other students, summer used to be filled with hours of television and other mindless activities that just made the transition... (more »)
VISIONS Service Adventures This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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International: Having experienced three VISIONS trips so far (British Virgin Islands, Montana Northern Cheyenne, and Dominican Republic), I can lend an interesting perspective on what it’s like to be part of this summer program. Unlike... (more »)
Exeter Summer School This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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Last summer I attended Exeter Summer School, a program designed for promising kids who wish to broaden their horizons in terms of education and culture. My original reasoning for attending was because my mother had attended when she was my age... (more »)
SHAD Program in Canada This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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It’s June 29th, 2014. I roll over and slap down hard on the blaring alarm. It’s 5 am and I have to hurry myself to wake up. There’s a long list of items I have to pack, chores I have to complete, and confirmations needing to... (more »)
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Travel for Teens This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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Imagine sitting at a quaint Parisian bakery and ordering a French pastry or completing a meaningful community service project while overlooking the Mediterranean Sea in Italy.  Are you searching for something to do this upcoming... (more »)
Sewanee Young Writers' Conference This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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I remember riding in the shuttle bus from the airport up the winding mountains of Sewanee, Tennessee. Little did I know, that it would become one of my favorite places on earth, and the place that I spent the best summer of my life at, on my... (more »)
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Barnard College Liberal Arts Intensive in... This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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I ran through Times Square, the rain pouring down, my new friend by my side. I couldn’t ask for anything better. It was the final night of my one week program at Barnard and I was heartbroken we were all leaving the next day. I spent a... (more »)
Indiana University High School Journalism... This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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For nearly 70 years, Indiana University has been home to the High School Journalism Institute, a summer program for student writers, photographers, and yearbook staff members. Though I have only been a camper at HSJI for two summers now, I can... (more »)
Deck the Malls in Memoirs This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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I was very pleased to read “Deck the Halls”, by Anna Sparks. From the clever writing style to the undoubtedly relatable storyline, this piece stood out to me from the very beginning. Sparks tells a story of her experience spending... (more »)
High School Diplomat Program at Princeton...
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If you told me a year ago that  I would be learning to speak Japanese and sipping green tea at Princeton University  I would have never believed you. But this summer this became my reality, as I participated in a free High School... (more »)
Cincinnati Shakespeare Summer Camp in...
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"Who goes to Shakespeare Camp?" The question you would probably mutter upon first hearing about a Shakespeare camp.  You would then answer your own question by thinking of kids who would rather bury their noses into the pages of Romeo and... (more »)
Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park Theatre Camp...
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Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park is a regional theatre located in Cincinnati, Ohio, est. 1960.  Since then, numerous Broadway-scale productions have taken place in its two theatres, The Marx Theatre and The Shelterhouse Theatre.  Both contain... (more »)
ACTeen July Academy in Manhattan, NY
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In my opinion, attending ACTeen's July Academy was probably one of the best decisions I have ever made. I mainly had a musical theater background going into the program, so I definitely didn't know what to expect. As soon as I got there... (more »)
Community Service Worldwide: VISIONS Service...
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The month I spent in an overseas region of France, called Guadeloupe, was arguably one of the greatest months of my life. The 27 day program provided an incredible amount of insight and fulfillment, particularly as we worked with the community of... (more »)
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