Aggie School of Athens
2018 Philosophy Camp for Teens
For students currently in grades 7th though 12
Sponsored by the College of Liberal Arts, Department of Philosophy, Department of English, the Department of Hispanic Studies, and the Public Partnership & Outreach, Office of the Provost at Texas A&M University
Dates: June 11-15, 2018
Time: 8:30 am to 3:30 pm
Where: Texas A&M campus
Information and registration: http://p4ctexas.sites.tamu.edu
Under “Summer Camp” tab
March 1, 2018 deadline to ensure full consideration
Fee: No cost
Possible Dual language opportunity (Spanish)
Contact: Dr. Claire Katz, Camp Director email@example.com
Aggie Philosophy Camp for Teens will introduce students to some of Western philosophy’s most influential ideas and persistent questions. But you will learn so much more than what the ancient philosophers thought so many years ago! Taught by Texas A&M University faculty, graduate students, and undergraduates, the Philosophy for Teens camp offers students a transformative experience. Philosophy camp students will have the opportunity to discuss and reflect on these big ideas, learn and practice critical thinking, and improve logical and creative thinking. Just a few of the big questions we discussed last summer:
What is ethics?
What is friendship?
Do we have moral obligations to animals?
Are we free?
What is makes a government just?
What is art?
and yes, even the old stand-by…
What is the meaning of life?
If you ever found yourself wondering about these or similar questions, this camp is for you!
At Philosophy Camp, students will work collaboratively with faculty, graduate student counselors, and, most importantly, with each other to think carefully about important philosophical ideas, that not only appear throughout history and but also in our world today. Expect to challenge yourself to understand better your own perspective and those of your peers. If you are interested in philosophy, or just want to know more about what philosophy is, this camp is the perfect place to start!
Philosophy Camp 2018: Democracy, Literacy, and Education
Monday June 11 Introductions
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Are you interested in attending Texas A&M University?
Register for “Aggie for a Day” on Saturday, January 27th
Out of the interested students, the attendees will be selected by the office of admissions and notified 2 weeks prior to the event.
This event will include a campus walking tour, dormitory tour, admissions and FAID presentations and more valuable information that you can bring home with you.
If you have any questions please contact:
Cleveland Jones, Jr.
TAMU Regional Advisor
2017 Junior Docent
The George Bush Presidential Library and Museum is responsible for preserving President Bush’s official records, personal papers, and museum artifacts for use in research and exhibit. The Library and Museum is involved in educational programs and participation in innovative programs utilizing the resources of Texas A&M University, and the talent and energy of the citizens of the Brazos Valley. The George Bush Presidential Library and Museum tells the story of the life and times of its namesake. On a larger scale, this Library and Museum also focuses on American history with an emphasis on post-World War II history and the office of the presidency. It takes many people to accomplish this mission. The professional staff of the museum will form a partnership with a dedicated team of volunteers. The Library encourages the involvement and participation of student interns and volunteers to carry out its mission. The Library and Museum is committed to creating an environment in which its staff, volunteers, and interns may reach their full potential as it relates to our mission
Who is eligible to be a student volunteer?
Positions are open to students who meet the qualifications outlined below, without regard to race, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age or disability. Junior Docents must be 13 years of age or older.
What are the qualities of a Bush Library student volunteer?
DEDICATION to the Library & Museum’s mission.
OPEN MINDEDNESS AND PATIENCE to work with a diverse staff, fellow students, and public.
INTEGRITY to represent the institution and oneself with the highest standards.
COMMITMENT to your designated work area and scheduled shift.
What events do Junior Docents help with?
Primarily, Junior Docents help with the Summer Camp program. They serve as “camp counselors” by helping with crafts, tours and all other camp activities. Junior Docents also assist with a variety of events throughout the year – Annual Easter Celebration, Night at the Museum Halloween event and Holidays in the Rotunda.
Application Due May 19, 2017
TEEX cyber camp is back and better than ever! This summer, students will use Raspberry Pi computers to learn programming, cybersecurity, electronics and sensors, engineering design, and much more! The non-residential day camp is open to rising 9th, 10th, 11th and 12th grade students. Basic programming knowledge helpful, but not required.
The camp is funded through the Texas Workforce Commission, if accepted, there is no cost to attend!
Camp Session I: June 5th – 9th, 2017
Camp Session II: August 7th – 11th, 2017
Students will get to keep their Raspberry Pi computers at the end of camp!
Applications and teacher recommendations are due no later than May 1st. Students will be notified of acceptance by May 12th.
Click here for the application.
Teachers, click here for the recommendation form.
For more information, contact us at:
firstname.lastname@example.org or 979-458-6710
Camp BUILDCivil engineers are society's problem solvers. Do you want to make a difference? Consider a career in civil engineering...
OverviewCamp BUILD is a one-week summer camp designed for high school juniors and seniors. Students are given the opportunity to explore Civil Engineering as a major at Texas A&M University and experience the Aggie culture!
Some of the camp activities:
Session 1: July 23-28, 2017
Session 2: July 30-Aug. 4, 2017
EligibilityTo be eligible for Camp BUILD, students must be an upcoming junior or senior in high school. Females and minorities (groups that are underrepresented in the engineering field) are encouraged to apply.
Program CostsThe camp fee is $400 (includes housing and meals). Do NOT send money when applying to the program. Campers will be asked to pay the fee once they have been accepted into the program. A limited number of partial scholarships are available for students who qualify (see Scholarship Request Form).
Participants will be responsible for transportation arrangements and any costs associated with transportation to and from the camp. Transportation to camp activities will be provided by the Camp BUILD staff.
ApplicationThe application materials include the completed Application Form, a current official transcript, and two essays. A Teacher Recommendation Form (to be completed by a high school math or science teacher) is also required. The teacher (not the student) must submit the form directly to the Department of Civil Engineering; see details on the recommendation form. For eligible students, a Scholarship Request Form may be included in the application packet.
DeadlineAll application materials must be postmarked no later than May 1, 2017. Selection will be based on academic qualifications and potential benefit to the participant. Participants will be notified of acceptance shortly after. Students selected for the program will receive more detailed instructions at that time.
For more informationCrystal Faust
Administrative Coordinator I
Zachry Department of Civil Engineering
Mail application to the following address:
c/o Crystal Faust
140 Civil Engineering Building
College Station, TX 77843-3136
Camp College is an college preparation program targeted to prepare a diverse group of students from across the state of Texas for college. Approximately 120 rising high school seniors are invited to attend a three-day, overnight, all-expenses paid program. During the program, students will:
Event Details:Camp College 2017 will be held June 5-7, 2017, at Southern Methodist University in Dallas.
Online applications and additional student recommendation forms
are due April 1, 2017.
Please note: Only students who are accepted to the program, complete the online RSVP, and return the student packet may attend Camp College.
April 10, 2017
College Station High School Auditorium
5th Annual College Prep Night
Presentation by counselors and Q&A with College Rep. Panel. Learn about applications, SAT/ACT, financial aid, and more!
If you are interested in serving on the 2017-2018 United Way Youth Leadership Cabinet, please return the completed application to the Counseling Office by April 17, 2017.