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Titlesort descending Description Season/term Subject Area Contact Name Level(s)
4-H International Summer Camp The main goal of the Camp is to establish a bridge between the Latino community and OSU; to expose young people to healthy, educational, and fun environments where they have the opportunity to explore different career opportunities at OSU; and to learn about the different programs for academic support, financial aid, and admissions for minorities. All activities have been designed to help the participants develop leadership skills, new abilities, and become successful adults in the future. Summer Engineering, Science Mario Magaña:
541-737-0925
3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12
4-H Summer Conference at OSU Program goals are teaching leadership and public relations skills as well as gaining subject matter knowledge in various disciplines. Participants become acquainted with Oregon State University through on-campus tours and involvement in educational activities. Summer Art, Engineering, History, Literature, Math, Music, Science Roberta Lundeberg:
541-737-9295
7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12
4-H Youth Development 4-H helps young people learn and grow through an intentional process that builds competence, confidence, connection, compassion, and character. Currently, more than 100,000 young people across Oregon participate in 4-H. Leadership and oversight of 4-H at the local level is provided by a faculty member of Oregon State University who lives or works in the community they serve. The work of 4-H is accomplished through a network of 5000 volunteers, parents, and paid staff who conduct learning experiences in out-of-school, after-school, and in-school settings Fall, Spring, Winter, Summer Art, Engineering, History, Literature, Math, Music, Science Pati:
541-737-1324
K, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12
Adventures in Learning An educational program for talented and gifted youth that combines stimulating academic and social opportunities exposing participants to exciting and sophisticated areas of interest in a fast-paced, challenging university setting. Summer TAG Dennis Hickey:
541-737-2403
5, 6
Apprenticeships in Science and Engineering (ASE) The Apprenticeships in Science and Engineering (ASE) Program matches bright, motivated high school students with professional scientists and engineers for eight-week, full-time summer internships. Students assist mentors with research and other activities, learning first-hand about science and engineering careers in the process. Interns attend two full-day conferences during the summer, gaining additional exposure to diverse careers in scientific and engineering fields, and developing skills that will serve them well in technical careers. ASE is part of Saturday Academy, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Summer Engineering, Science Mattie Courtright:
503-200-5861
9, 10, 11, 12
Beaver Hangouts Beaver Hangouts mission is to provide all students with an equal opportunity for college access and readiness through the use of technology, more specifically through the use of Skype. Through technology and near-peer mentoring, volunteer students from Oregon State University each academic term connect with rural and underserved K-12 classrooms, community colleges, non-profit organization, and community partners across Oregon. Fall, Spring, Winter Activism, Art, Athletics, Engineering, History, Leadership, Literature, Math, Music, Science Jean Garcia-Chitwood:
541-737-6422
4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12
Bug Zoo The Oregon State University BugZoo is a collection of live and preserved arthropod organisms that are used for outreach and teaching programs. Our goal is to enhance awareness about the fascinating and diverse world of arthropods and their relationships with humans. BugZoo promotes education through live displays and hands-on activities. Cost: On Campus: $3/student; off campus: Travel Fee per current OSU Motor Pool & Mileage reimbursement rates Fall, Spring, Winter Science Sujaya Rao:
541-737-9038
K, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5
Campus Field Trips The Office of Precollege Programs annually hosts students, generally in grades 6-8, plus teachers and parents for a day on campus intended to encourage underrepresented and minority students to go to college. Groups generally spend between 2-4 hours at OSU: they tour campus with an undergraduate peer mentor, eat lunch in a dining hall, visit a cultural center or stop by an athletic facility, and have a customized presentation and/or hands-on activity presented by a faculty member, staff, or students meant to enhance school curriculum as well as expose students to potential majors or careers. Fall, Spring, Winter, Summer Engineering, Math, Science Emily Nicholson:
541-737-9424
4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12
Chefs in the Garden The Healthy Youth Program at the Linus Pauling Institute (LPI) is offering summer day camps at the Corvallis High School Spartan Garden for children ages 6-12. Participants will learn to grow and harvest their own food; cook and eat lunch in the garden; discover edible flowers, garden pollinators, and soil critters; build bug traps and beetle habitats; have fun painting with plants and other garden art activities; play games and have a scavenger hunt outside; and end the week inviting their families for a cookout in the garden. Summer Science Casey Bennett:
541-737-8014
1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6
Chemistry Outreach The Department of Chemistry has an active program to bring chemistry to the local community. Through the Outreach Committee, opportunities are available to tour labs, do hands-on experiments, and have chemistry faculty and students to bring chemistry to schools. Fall, Spring, Winter Engineering, Science Margie Haak:
541-737-6716
K, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12

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