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2017 Competitions and Summer Camps

2017 Competitions & Summer Camps
for Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Students

Explore Your Future (EYF)

Session I:
July 8–13, 2017
Session II:
July 15–20, 2017
April 30, 2017

For high school sophomores and juniors.

Explore Your Future is a six-day career awareness program where students experience college life, enjoy hands-on activities and get a taste of real-world careers in the fields of business, computing, engineering, health sciences, science and art.

Health Care Careers Exploration Camp

July 22–27, 2017
May 15, 2017

For students entering 10th, 11th or 12th grade who are interested in a career in the health care field.

Learn about various careers in health care; enjoy field trips to area medical facilities; be a part of hands-on demonstrations in biology, exercise science, laboratory science, microbiology, nursing, nutrition; become CPR certified; and more.

Droids and Drones Camp

June 18–23, 2017
University of Alabama in Huntsville, AL
May 15, 2017

For students who will be in 10 – 12th grade in fall of 2017, who are interested in science, technology, engineering and/or math and would like to learn about a career in drone technology or robotics. 

The  program is FREE for students who are residents of Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina or Tennessee.

Steps to Success

April 22, 2017
Oklahoma School for the Deaf
April 7, 2017

For deaf and hard-of-hearing 6th, 7th and 8th grade AALANA students and parents.

Students and their parents will get important information about what to do in middle and high school to prepare for college in this free one-day workshop.


April 29, 2017
Jackson, Mississippi
April 15, 2017

For students entering 9th – 12th grade.

FutureQuest is a free one-day workshop offered by Rochester Institute of Technology to help high school students and their parents plan for the future – whether it be the transition from high school to college or from high school to work.

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