ASC/B/B20. Special Programs for Non-Mount Holyoke Students
Found in 35 Collections and/or Records:
These records include reports (1965-), correspondence (1965-69), student publications (1969), student evaluations (1969), general material (1964-), and photographs (1965-).
These records contain one newspaper clipping from the Holyoke Transcript-Telegram (1992).
These records contain course catalogs (1927-29), posters, a few newspaper clippings, and three photographs.
Girls' Basketball Day Camp Records date from 2001-2006, 2009 and consist of brochures describing this week-long summer program at Mount Holyoke.
Girls Leadership Institute Records consist of a newspaper article dates July 21, 2007 describing a two-week summer camp at Mount Holyoke.
Girls' Soccer Day Camp Records date from 2002-2004, 2006 and consist of brochures describing a week-long program at Mount Holyoke.
These records contain one brochure which describes the GTE Focus on the Sciences Program and includes and application for admission.
These records contain correspondence (1964-79), reports, financial information, and memorabilia.
Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth Records consist of an August 8, 1999 newspaper article describing a three-week summer program at Mount Holyoke sponsored by Johns Hopkins University.
These records contain one newspaper clipping from the Union-News (1994) concerning the Kids to College Program.
These records contain one newspaper clipping concerning a grant from the College/Community Partnership Program in Washington, D.C. to the Latino Scholarhip Fund.
The records contain newspaper clippings.
The records include a program of studies (1966), correspondence, newspaper clippings, and press releases.
The records include newspaper clippings and correspondence.
The records contain brochures, newsletters, newspaper clippings, programs, and advertisements.
The records contain one newspaper clipping concerning a visit by Holyoke's Donahue Elementary School students to the Mount Holyoke Chemistry Department.
The records contain two newspaper clippings concerning Pervis Ellison and Al Attles visits to the Planned Learning Achievement for Youth Camp.
Postbaccalaureate Studies Program Records date from 2002-2003 and 2008-2009 and consist of brochures and an application form relating to a program which allows students to prepare for careers in the health professions.
These records contain two brochures which give a description of the program and outline application procedures.
The records include correspondence, advertisements, newspaper clippings, reports, press releases, and photographs (1947-54).
The records include newspaper clippings which discuss the founding and mission of the Row as One Camp.
The records contain notes and a newspaper clipping concerning the success of the clinic.
The records include brochures, newspaper clippings, posters, correspondence, and photographs.
The records include a proposal for the Program and correspondence.
The records comprise a brochure for the 1990 Summer Session which discusses the schedule and fees for the Camp.