THE CARVER SUMMER SCHOLARS PROGRAM
The George Washington Carver Summer Scholars Program consists of three-four weeks of science activities and fun with a focus on water quality and watersheds.
Students who participate in the George Washington Carver Science Fair are also eligible to apply for the summer session held at The Academy of Natural Sciences.
Students learn about science and the environment by:
-Studying water and other environmental
-Performing scientific experiments with the help of the Academy's scientists.
-Exploring the Academy's local and regional laboratories.
-Making trips to aquatic environments.
ALTERNATIVE SUMMER PROGRAMS
Carver and The Academy will not be offering the Summer Science Academy this summer. Other local alternatives programs and program directories are listed below.
http://philadelphiasummercamp.com/ (Comprehensive list of PA and NJ Camps. Discounts Available)
http://www.philadelphiachildrensconnection.org/ (Philadelphia Children's Connection - Search Summer Camps by Zip Code)
http://www.phila.gov/recreation/camps/Camps.html (Department of Parks and Recreation- Camp listings)
http://www.phillyasap.org/Directory.aspx (After School Activities Partnership – Program Directory)
http://gocitykids.parentsconnect.com/sub-category/philadelphia-pa-usa/resources/camps/summer-day-camps (Parents Connect Camp Directory)
http://www.curiousparents.com/Main/xq/asp/article.507acamps/qx/article.htm (Curious Parents Camp Listings)
http://www.kidscamps.com/camps/pennsylvania-science-camps.html (PA Summer Science Camp Directory)
http://www.scienceinthesummer.com/greater_phila/index.html (Science in The Summer at Free Library Branches)
Temple University's FREE ExxonMobil Bernard Harris Summer Science Camp (5th, 6th and 7th graders), July 8th - 20th! Details HERE.
Please click HERE for additional information and details about youth summer programs.