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ST. LOUIS SUMMER OPPORTUNITIES VIRTUAL FAIR

Below are the Online Virtual Fair Exhibitors.

Abra-Kid-Abra
  • Webster Groves, MO
    314-961-6912
    jlefton@abrakid.com
    Contact: Jeff Lefton
    Type: Ages 5-14, coed
  • Abra-Kid-Abra offers 1-week daycamps in magic, circus, comedy, balloon art, & mathemagic. Goals: Build presentation skills and confidence, and have fun! Ages 5-14.
  • Academic Programs International (API)
  • Austin, TX
    512-600-8900
    jenny.doder@apiabroad.com
    Contact: Jenny Doder
    Type: Ages 14-18, coed
  • API offers comprehensive study, intern, and community service programs abroad in Europe, Latin America, and Southeast Asia for high school and gap year students.
  • AcceptU
  • Newton, MA
    617-424-0700
    tara@acceptu.com
    Contact: Tara Hamel
    Type: Ages 13-17, coed
  • AcceptU is an admissions counseling group comprised entirely of former admissions officers. Our counselors work 1-on-1 with applicants on all
  • Ackermann's Program Swim
  • Kirkwood, MO
    314-821-1070
    aspkirkwood@icloud.com
    Contact: Bev Ackermann Shoop
    Type: Ages 4-11, coed
  • Family owned in Kirkwood for 68 years. Group swim lessons in four heated pools of varying depths. Ages 4-11, M-F, 9:10-2:00
  • ActionQuest
  • Sarasota, FL
    941-924-6789
    Fax: 941-924-6075
    blair.w@gxg.org
    Contact: Blair Williamson
    Type: Ages 13-19, coed
  • ActionQuest guides diverse groups of young adults on exceptional global expeditions; challenging them with high action, life-changing adventures that promote personal growth, teamwork and leadership.
  • Amigos de las Americas
  • Houston, TX
    202-834-8759
    eaucar@amigosinternational.org
    Contact: Erin Aucar
    Type: Ages 13-25, coed
  • AMIGOS inspires and builds young leaders through collaborative community development and immersive cross-cultural summer programs in Latin America.
  • Anatomy Centered Education ad Science (A.C.E.S.) Workshop
  • Chesterfield, MO
    636-230-1861
    Fax: 636-207-2425
    samuel.lyons@logan.edu
    Contact: Sam Lyons
    Type: Ages 14-19, coed
  • Logan University's College of Health Sciences offers a summer science workshop for rising sophomores-seniors and first-year college students who are interested in anatomy and health sciences.
  • Andrews Academy
  • St. Louis, MO
    314-878-1883
    Fax: 314-878-0759
    swideman@andrewsacademy.com
    Contact: Sandy Wideman
    Type: Ages 3-11yrs, coed
  • We offer a variety of fun, recreational packages including Sports, Outdoor Recreation, Arts & Crafts, Performing Arts, Technology, Science, and Explorers (K/1st graders).
  • Animal Camp Jamaica
  • Rolla, MO
    573-458-2125
    marketing@bearriverranch.com
    Contact: Ari Farley
    Type: Ages 13-18, coed
  • Teen Travel and Adventure program hosted on the gorgeous island of Jamaica! Spend every morning snorkeling the Caribbean and every afternoon on an adventure!
  • Apogee Adventures
  • Brunswick, ME
    207-725-7025
    info@apogeeadventures.com
    Contact: Chad Olcott
    Type: Ages 11-18, coed
  • Apogee offers outdoor adventure travel trips for teens and young adults to locations throughout the US, Canada, Europe, Central America, and Caribbean.
  • Artscope
  • St. Louis, MO
    314-865-0060
    info@artscopestl.org
    Contact: Emily Kohring
    Type: Ages 5-11, coed
  • A crazy fun art camp inside Tower Grove Park! You’ll make friends, play games, and get creative with local artists from St. Louis!
  • AYF - Miniwanca
  • Shelby, MI
    231-861-2262
    miniwancacamps@ayf.com
    Contact: Hannah Patterson
    Type: Ages 8-18, separate
  • Miniwanca inspires youth to discover the richness of our outdoor environments, the fun of interacting with a positive community, and the challenge of self-discovery.
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