March 03, 2010

ASU summer camp teaches students Chinese language

Posted: Mar 03, 2010 | 5 min

STARTALK offers Valley high school students a taste of college life as they stay in Barrett, the Honors College, from June 13-27 while learning the Chinese language and culture and meeting other high school teens.

Arizona high school students entering their sophomore through senior years are eligible to apply. Language proficiency levels for applicants can range from no knowledge of the language to intermediate levels. Students who are selected will get tuition, room and board, and instructional materials covered. The only cost will be a $100 registration fee.

The deadline for applications is March 31.

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