Date: July 13-16, 2015
Time: 1pm - 4pm
For: Students from Grade 7 through Grade 13
Cost: $100 (includes a t-shirt)
In this workshop, students in grades 7 through 13 will learn how to program in Python, one of today's most popular computer languages. They'll then use their new coding skills to explore the fascinating and critically important field of cyber security, one of the fastest growing areas of Computer Science.
Date: July 22 - 23, 2015
Time: 9am - 3pm
For: High School Students
Cost: $65 per person (includes lunches, snacks, t-shirt and certificate of completion)
Are you interested in learning more about leadership? Do you want to develop your own skills with team building, communication and positive group dynamics? Do you envision yourself as a leader?
Please join us for a two-day interactive program that will focus on leadership, team building and positive group outcomes. The program is open to high school age students and will be offered at Lewis University’s Romeoville Campus. This program is designed for those who hold leadership positions in high school (student council, sports, clubs, honor societies, etc.) as well as those who would like to in the future. All high school age students are welcome!
The program will be facilitated by Lewis University faculty – individuals who are trained experts in the areas of positive leadership, team building, effective communication and ethical decision making. Come be a part of this fascinating exploration of the leader within YOU!
Date: The 2015 Chinese and Russian language programs are four weeks long. Classes begin on June 15th. The Program will conclude with the Closing Ceremony on Friday, July 10th.
Time: Monday through Friday, from 9 am to 1:30 pm will be supplemented by extracurricular activities from 1:30 pm to 2:30 pm.
Cost: $0 (No Fee).
STARTALK is one of the projects of the National Security Initiative, a multi-agency effort to expand foreign language education in under-taught critical languages by funding new and existing programs and to provide incentives and rewards for foreign language learning.
STARTALK’s overall mission is to increase the number of young Americans learning and speaking critical need foreign languages by offering creative and engaging summer learning experiences for students (K-16).
Lewis University was awarded with Startalk grant five times and launched its first program in the summer of 2009.
This year’s summer program will offer its participants intensive instruction in two critical languages. Those accepted to the Program will be able to choose to begin to study either Chinese or Russian. Both programs will be conducted concurrently on the Lewis University Romeoville campus from June 15th to July 10th.