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Posted on: June 2nd, 2012 by AlYunaniya Staff No Comments

HAEF launches Summer School Program in English

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The Informatics Center (IC) of the Hellenic American Educational Foundation (Athens College – Psychiko College) in collaboration with HAEF’s Free Studies Workshop Program, offer a 2 week Summer School Program for teenagers (13-17 years old) in English which is set to run from June 25 to July 6.

The program is addressed to teenagers interested in technology, science, modern design, entrepreneurship, quality of life, environment, arts and sports. The program’s mission is to develop skills fundamental for preparing young people for tomorrow’s careers, through the guidance of eminent industry professionals and scientists invited from top US and European universities.

Students will be exposed to the latest technological advances and artistic trends, thus gaining long lasting experiences. The Summer School program is based on the cultivation of teamwork, initiative taking and innovation. By the end of the program the students will have participated in three to four subjects and will have delivered a project. In parallel they will be introduced to the basics of project management, and effective communication combined with team sports and entertainment activities on the Psychiko campus.

During this program, four scholarships will be offered to needy and deserving students from public schools, who are strongly attracted to technology and the subject areas of the Summer School. Registration begins on May 10

For further information, log on to  http://summerschool.haef.gr  

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