Community High School District 94

326 Joliet Street, West Chicago IL 60185

Contact:  Gail Eckl Daniels,   Maura Bridges, LCPC
      Counselor/Department Chairperson
Phone 630/876-6556   (630)876-6307
  630/876-6242    
  630/293-9099   FAX (630)876-6587

Date:

Apr 27, 2007
For Immediate Release

SUMMER OPPORTUNITIES 3

Where: University of Chicago ***Application Deadline MAY 15th
When: Sessions run for three, four, five, six, or nine weeks from June 18th-August 24th
Subjects: Various courses in liberal Arts, Intensive language courses, Search for Fossils in Wyoming, Research in biological sciences, or travel abroad while exploring the classical world through Greek drama
Description: Students may study at the Chicago campus, in Wyoming on a field study, or abroad in Greece. Students will choose from a wide array of unique college courses and become more culturally knowledgeable studying with students from around the world.
Contact Information: Phone: 773-834-3792
Email: uc-summer@uchicago.edu
Web: http://summer.uchicago.edu

 

Where: BP. Fashion Board at Nordstrom ***Application Deadline MAY 15th
When: 2007-2008 school year
Subjects: Fashion trend forecasting and careers in the fashion industry
Description: Nordstrom invites all juniors to apply for the 2007-2008 BP. Fashion Board. Applications will be available for download on www.bpnordstrom.com, or in the BP. Department of Nordstrom at Oak Brook Center. Members will be chosen from area high schools to represent BP. and Nordstrom. Board members will gain an inside look at the fashion world, from merchandising and modeling, to special events and promotions. Apply today!
Students will hear monthly seminars on trend forecasting, informal modeling and will learn about careers in buying, advertising, sales promotion, and will complete monthly projects for in-store events.
Contact Information: Danielle Anderson
Phone: 630-571-2121
Email: Danielle.Anderson@nordstrom.com

 

Where: Southern Illinois University
When: July 25-29, July 23-27, July 8-13, July 15-20
Subjects: Architecture
Description: Designed for grades 7-12, these various camps are designed to introduce young people to the design of the built environment. Students will learn why buildings look the way they do, why they stand up, what interior designers and architects do, how and why people define space.
Contact Information: website: http://www.siu.edu/~kidarch/
Phone: 618-536-7751