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WONDERFUL PROGRAMS and experiences are

available to children today. This directory presents a sprinkling

of significant programs around the country. It provides

the parent, teacher, and child with a place to begin. It is a balanced

list, in terms of program selection and geographic location.

The programs were chosen and researched thoroughly.

All of them have been contacted and/or visited by our staff or

noted camp and program consultants.

Program selection and evaluation is not an exact science;

phone numbers, fees, and course outlines can change with

time. This directory is intended as an overview of the types

of programs offered across the country and, as a result, it is

not a complete listing. This index serves to enlighten parents

to the different programs available for their children. It is for

the child who wants to explore new horizons and different

experiences, and for parents who want to embrace and support

the unique interests of their children.

The programs are organized according to various personality

traits, qualities, and attributes. These headings were

designed to define the persona of each child. If your child is

a leader, you will find appropriate programs listed in the category

entitled “Leader, Negotiator, Debater, Peacemaker”.

The programs in this category will complement the child who

might be a future president, international affairs expert, attorney,

or corporate head. Alternatively, if your child’s social

conscience is dominant, the programs listed under “Altruist,

Community Servant, Healer, Teacher” may catch your eye.

PROGRAMS: By Sphere of Interest

Altruist: Community Servant, Healer, Teacher

Artist: Musician, Performer

Athlete: Competitor

Designer:Architect

Entrepreneur: Financier, Economist

Historian

Intellectual

Inventor: Innovator, Computer Scientist/Technician

Leader: Negotiator, Debater, Peacemaker

Naturalist: Outdoor Adventurer, Explorer, Leader

Observer:Writer

Scientist

Other Significant Programs/Services