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FAMU, Black Male College Explorers Program

*Up to four-week residential summer prevention/intervention program for black males, grades 7-12, identified as "at-risk" or economically disadvantaged *Aims at increasing educational achievements, facilitating college entry, reducing delinquency, and increasing competency in test taking *Classes: mathematics, algebra, computer science, reading, English, science, African American studies, business, professional and personal development *Comprehensive mentoring provided along with academic instruction *Program dates are almost always first week in June through the last week in June *Will accept youth from anywhere in Florida and other states although space is limited

Services: Juvenile Delinquency Prevention, Leadership Development, Summer School Programs, Youth Enrichment Programs

501 Orr Drive Ste C, Rm 305

Tallahassee, FL 32307

(850) 561-2407

FSU, CARE/Academic Retention & Enchancement

*College Reach-Out Program (CROP): summer residential program that exposes 6th to 12th grade students to college life; housed in a residence hall; introduced to the realities of campus life *Attend workshops on admissions process, financial aid and career decision-making; tours of museums and cultural sites; learn standardized test-taking strategies; take special administration of SAT *Upward Bound Program: East Gadsden High School students prepare for higher education through academic instruction, counseling, tutoring and variety of fun and educational activities *Student receives extensive after school test preparation workshops for standardized tests such as the SAT, ACT, FCAT *Summer Bridge Program (SBP): alternative admission program for first-generation college students, and students with disadvantaged economic, cultural or educational circumstances; designed to help ease high school students adjustment to college life and build foundation for academic success *Students required to apply for financial aid; may have 100% of their need for summer term met from non-loan sources *Students who do not qualify for financial aid may participate in program at regular summer-term rates on limited, first come, first-served basis *Advantages: living in campus housing with other participants, orientation to campus and other requirements, placement tests if needed *FSU staff and upperclassmen: advisors and mentors to students during program

Services: College/University Entrance Support, Mentoring Programs, Summer School Programs, Youth Enrichment Programs

109 Collegiate Loop

Tallahassee, FL 32306

(850) 644-9699

FSU, Center for Integrating Research and Learning

*Located at National High Magnetic Field Laboratory, supporting educational programming at levels: K-12 *Free monthly tours 3rd W of month at 11:30am, no reservations required *Student education: externships for high school students, summer camps: SciGirls, and Co-ed MagLab Camp *Teachers: research experience, outreach, tours, classroom materials, curricula guides, workshops *Community: tours, open houses, activities

Services: Summer School Programs

1800 E Paul Dirac Dr

National High Magnetic Field Lab

Tallahassee, FL 32310

(850) 644-0311

PAEC, Migrant Education Program

*Identifies migrant families, specifically with school-age children and assists in registering them for school, providing English classes and health screenings before they enter school *Assists with meeting basic needs in food, clothing, and social services through referrals to appropriate health and social services *Nutrition education, early intervention, tutorial and summer programs for school children, and Interpretation and translation services

Services: GED/High School Equivalency Test Instruction, Migrant Education Programs, Summer School Programs

753 West Blvd

Chipley, FL 32428

(850) 638-6131

The Learning Pavilion

*Formerly Dick Howser Center for Childhood Services *Programs for children ages 6 weeks to 6 years *Early intervention and therapies for children exhibiting development delays or disabilities, including speech, physical, occupational therapy, and music therapy *Early childhood education, school readiness VPK, and summer programs *Early Creative Curriculum emphasizes the role of the child, the teacher (or caregiver), the family and the community

Services: Child Care Centers, Early Intervention for Children With Disabilities/Delays, Preschools, Summer School Programs

3519 Easter Stanley Ct

Tallahassee, FL 32308

(850) 921-5437

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