Teen Summer Expos

Just for teens and their parents!  Teen Summer Expos brings the directors of a wide variety of enriching summer programs together with teenagers and their parents for a FREE, informative and easy-to-manage evening.  Discover meaningful and exciting experiences like adventure travel, community service, internships, STEM,  leadership, academics, teen tours, sports and the arts, both locally and throughout the world.  Avoid endless online searches and get answers to specific questions about programming, housing, supervision, and costs directly from the people running the programs.  

Make the most of the precious summers before college. You will be amazed at the richness and variety of today's opportunities for teenagers.  

Expos in Newton, MA; Lexington, MA; Cherry Hill, NJ; and New York City have concluded for the season.  Use the program descriptions here or contact us for help determining which summer camp or program is best for your child.

 
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2018  Teen Summer Expos. FREE, OPEN & ACCESSIBLE TO  EVERYONE

Go to Programs Exhibiting at Expos for a detailed description and contact information for every program presenting. 

 

Thursday, Jan. 25

Katz JCC

1301 Springdale Road

Cherry Hill, NJ 08003

5:30 - 8:00 PM

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Monday, Jan. 29

Newton South High School

140 Brandeis Road

Newton, MA 02459

5:30 - 8:00 PM

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Tuesday, Jan. 30

Lexington High School

251 Waltham Street

 Lexington, MA

5:30 - 8:00 PM

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Monday, March 5

New York Institute Technology

Columbus Circle, 16 West 61st Street

New York, NY 10023

5:00-8:00 PM

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Summer programs allow teens to explore their interests more deeply, learn through experience, discover or nurture a passion, hone important life skills and make new friends. Sharing these meaningful experiences alongside people with similar interests fosters lifelong bonds and can change a teenager's life.

Discover all that's possible by exploring our program categories. 

 
 
 
 
 
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