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HIGH SCHOOL SUMMER ACADEMY
June 2015
Haramokngna American Indian Cultural Center
Program Description
TAMIT's Academies offer a chance for greater connection to cultural identity, our world around us and our future in college.
OBJECTIVE
College level course work
Connecting with Nature
Critical Thinking
S.T.E.A.M. Course work
Cultural Connection
Self Identity
86 hours of total programming
Programming Facts
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College Prep Cultural Leadership S.T.E.A.M.
15 | Total Students served
Young Women & Young Men camps offered
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College professors instructing classes
University Credit
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S.T.E.A.M. College Prep Cultural Leadership
Programming Break Down
100%
35% 28% 23% 14%
CAMP EXPECTATIONS
Academic and cultural camp at a tribally-operated site in the Angeles Crest Forest
Instructors from tribal and local colleges
A college level course taught to our students
AMP      
Be respectful towards teacher and classmates. Encourage one another and stay united as a team!
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