Northern Michigan University is hosting a Native American Summer Youth Program, "Envision Your Future," through Saturday, Aug. 3. With support from a King*Chavez*Parks grant, students entering 8"' through 10,h grade are getting a taste of the college experience. They will also participate in recreational games and activities, experiments in nature and classes in Native art and Ojibwe language and culture. The program is open to non-Native students as well and is free of charge. Participants were only required to pay the cost of transportation. The students are staying at Camp Molinare, south of Republic.PHOTO/INTERVIEW OPPORTUNITIES: Participants in the Native American Summer Youth Program will be on the NMU campus Wednesday, July 3 I. They will be leaming about Robotics at IO a.m. in room 2812 West Science. From 1-2 p.m., they will be involved in a presentation on the Star Lab in 3613 West Science. Finally, from 2-3:30 p.m. they will learn about the NMU departments of physics, clinical laboratory sciences and chemistry. Those presentations will take place in 2517 and 2513 West Science, and in 3123 New Science, respectively. For more information, call 227-1554.
Native American Summer Youth Program