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Summer Youth Camps teach students how to be directors, detectives and engineers

The Penn State Lehigh Valley Summer Youth Camps were held July 10-14. This year the one-week, half-day camps included writing, visual arts, Lego engineering, math, computer programming, video production and more.
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Summer Youth Camps: CSI Lehigh Valley

Students in the CSI Lehigh Valley: DNA Evidence camp test DNA samples.

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Summer Youth Camps: Mini-Movie Makers

Students in the Mini-Movie Makers camp work to create their own music video in the Multimedia Innovation Center. 

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Penn State Lehigh Valley application deadlines

Penn State Lehigh Valley is currently accepting applications for Fall 2017! The deadline is August 1, 2017. 

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Penn State Lehigh Valley application deadlines

Penn State Lehigh Valley is currently accepting applications for Fall 2017! The deadline is August 1, 2017. 

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Bringing the community together through art

The Trajectory Heart sculpture has been built and is now traveling around the Lehigh Valley. Students, artists and the community have worked together on this project all month.
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Bosch Rexroth donation

Thank you to Bosch Rexroth for the generous contribution to the PSU-LV Teen Entrepreneurship Summer Challenge.  Without their support, the two week camp would not be a reality for many worthy juniors/seniors and future business owners. From left, Eric Latanision, Rich Cory, Dr. Tina Richardson and Manfred Hahn.

Save the date for inaugural WE ARE Lehigh Valley Homecoming Week

Penn State Lehigh Valley will host the inaugural WE ARE Lehigh Valley Homecoming Week during the week of Sept. 19. Events for alumni, students and the community will take place on campus and around the Lehigh Valley.
Pathway to College and Career Readiness

Pathway to College and Career Readiness

Students from the Pathway to College and Career Readiness Program (PCCR) attended the closing ceremony at the Lehigh Valley campus on June 26. PCCR is a comprehensive program that addresses the academic needs and employment skills development of low-income, in-school high school students. The program works with 30 high school seniors who attend Dieruff, Liberty, or Freedom High School with funding provided by Career Force and the Lehigh Valley Workforce Development Board.

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LaunchBox recipient Neil Deshmukh

Neil Deshmukh, 14, is the youngest Lehigh Valley LaunchBox grant recipient. Deshmukh will use the support from Lehigh Valley LaunchBox to create his own company and continue work on his cellphone app SCIN, which can detect plant and skin diseases. 

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