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Summer Programs Extend Outreach, Learning on Princeton Campus

June 27th, 2016
The Princeton University campus is home to summer programs for students of all ages from across the country and the world. Princeton students, faculty and staff oversee programs designed to help elementary, secondary, college and graduate students build their academic and leadership skills. (Photo by Nick Barberio, Office of Communications)

Students of all ages from across the country and world will be engaged in a summer of learning on the Princeton University campus, taking part in programs on subjects ranging from chemistry and combustion energy to music and entrepreneurship.

Princeton students, faculty and staff, as well as leaders from other organizations, will oversee programs designed to help elementary, secondary, college and graduate students build their academic and leadership skills. The programs are part of a busy summer on campus. Princeton's Department of Athletics sponsors dozens of sports camps; Campus Recreation runs an annual summer day camp; and Conference and Events Services works with numerous outside organizations that use campus facilities for conferences and other activities.

The following list offers a look at some of the educational and leadership programs taking place this summer. Deadlines for registering for this year's programs have passed, but anyone interested in participating in future programs should consult the contacts listed below. Some programs are restricted to participants of certain ages, schools or other criteria. Reporters interested in covering any of the programs should contact Min Pullan in the Office of Communications at mpullan@princeton.edu or 609-258-9045.

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