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2018 Legal Eagle Law Camp

North Carolina Central University (NCCU) School of Law hosts a weeklong Legal Eagle Law Camp for middle and high school students. The summer 2018 session of Law Camp will be held June 25-29, 2018, from 9a.m. – 4p.m. (Friday June 29, 9a.m. – 1p.m.).

The Camp is designed to expose students to the field of law. Participants get an inside look at the legal system and the courts, meet local attorneys and judges, visit the Durham courthouse, learn about legal research using the NCCU Law Library, take part in a mock trial and find out what it’s like to prepare for law school. Interactive sessions with current NCCU law students, faculty and administrators are a feature of the Camp.

The Camp is co-sponsored by Durham Public Schools Community Education Program, but enrollment is not limited to Durham Public Schools students or Durham County residents. Registration is $120 per child and scholarships are available; registration is limited to the first 36 participants to register.

Registrations will be accepted beginning March 5, 2018, and should be mailed to DPS Community Education, P.O. Box 1967, Durham, NC 27702-1967. DPS also accepts registration by fax at (919) 560-2177 and credit card payments by phone at (919) 560-9488. Scholarship applicants should write a letter telling about yourself and explaining why you want to attend the Law Camp. General questions about the camp should be directed to the NCCU School of Law Clinical Legal Education Program at (919) 530-7166.  Questions concerning camp registration or payment should be directed to DPS Community Education at (919) 560-9488. The 2018 Law Camp brochure and registration form will be available for download at the DPS Community Education website.

2018 Young Scholars Engineering Design Summer Camp

Registration link for the Young Scholars Engineering Design Summer Camp at NCCU. 


Students will work in groups to solve various design challenges while competing with other groups in the class. Students will be divided into groups based on age, interest, etc. and will brainstorm, devise possible solutions, build prototypes, test designs, and compete against other groups. The official description is listed below. 

Engineering Design Challenge: Pretend to be an inventor while tapping into your engineering side with this fun and educational camp. Students will explore the engineering design process while creating your own products from re-purposed materials. Students will exercise problem-solving skills while working in groups to complete design and building challenges. 

Cost $120.00

Checks should be made payable to: NCCU Foundation 

Memo line: CSMTE Summer Camp 

Courses will be taught by:

Young Scholars Educational Programs & Services
Phone: (318) 934-0093
Email: cwashington@YoungScholarsEC.com
Website: www.YoungScholarsEC.com
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2018 School of Business Summer Youth Business and Entrepreneurship Academy

The NCCU School of Business Summer Youth Business and Entrepreneurship Academy (SYBEA) is a residential 10-day program held on the campus of NCCU. The Academy is open to high-achieving rising 10th, 11th and 12th grade students, with a "B" average or higher.  Selected students will receive business training and exposure to higher education on the campus of NCCU, along with a full scholarship to cover the cost of attendance plus materials.

2018 BRITE Futures' Biotechnology Summer Camp

BRITE Futures’ Biotechnology Summer Camp is designed to inspire students and give them a head start on identifying careers in science and biotechnology. 

We provide an experience that is both educational and fun regardless of prior knowledge in genetics and biotechnology

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