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Penn State DuBois offers a variety of developmental programs for youth.  Students of all ages can enjoy an educational experience in a university setting.  Programs are customized to offer each age group the appropriate mix of educational and fun activities.  Our youth programs are high quality, interactive and taught by university-approved instructors.

Kids in College is an academic program for children age four to sixth grade. The main objectives of the program are to increase students' interest and knowledge in the arts, science, and technology, and to provide challenging experiences which are not part of the regular school curriculum.  

As of April 20, 2015 the scholarship funds have been exhausted for Penn State DuBois Youth Programs.

 LEGO® Week One - June 15 - June 19, 2015

Week Two - June 22 - June 26, 2015

Art, Science and Technology Institute is an academic program for high school students in grades 7-12. 

SAT Prep Course - Mondays and Wednesdays, June 8 - 24, 2015

 Video Game Development - June 15 - 19, 2015

 A Teen's Guide to Writing Short Stories and Getting Published - June 22 - 25, 2015

 A special thank you to our Corporate Sponsors:

The Frank Varischetti Foundation

Innovative Sintered Metals, Inc.

Miller Welding & Machine Company 

2015 Youth Program scholarships are made possible from:

The Anita D. McDonald Endowment for the Support of Children and Youth

Mr. and Mrs. William Allenbaugh, II

Dr. and Mrs. George Fatula

Mr. R. Edward Ferraro

Dr. George Kosco

Dr. and Mrs. Nate Cole

Dr. and Mrs. James Scerbo

Dr. and Mrs. Richard Johnson

Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Hummer

Dr. and Mrs. Sanjeev Anand

Gray Family Foundation

Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Graeca

Dr. Thomas Petraitis

Mr. Doug Pfingstler

 


TO REGISTER

Print, complete, and return both forms below:

2015 Summer Youth Registration Form

Penn State Youth Program Health Services Medical Treatment Authorization

These forms available in alternate format, upon request.


Summer Youth Security Procedures

Information for Parents