Boston, MA (PRWEB) January 31, 2013
While teens deserve to have fun during their summer break, in today’s college- and career-focused society, they should consider participating in a summer program that includes at least one of the following activities: academics, service, internship, employment, social growth, adventure/sports, language, leadership, or travel.
Teens who find a summer program that satisfies their interests get to spend part of their summer break away from home—and at the same time help make their transition to college easier.
"Overnight summer programs and camps provide inspiring environments packed with self-discovery, friendship, and adventure. We believe these summer experiences are beneficial for teens to not only grow as a person, but also to help them prepare for being away from home at college. That's why, every year we publish our annual Guide to Overnight Summer Programs," says Marie Schwartz, Found of TeenLife.
TeenLife Media hopes to assist parents and students in the process of selecting engaging overnight summer programs. There are thousands of national and international overnight programs hosted by schools, colleges, camps, specialty organizations, and non-profits designed just for teens, many listed in this yearly Guide. Guide categories include:
. Community Service
. Leadership Training
. Science & Technology
. Special Interests
. Traditional Camp
The 2013 Guide to Overnight Summer Programs can be viewed online at:
Parents and students can find thousands of more overnight summer programs on TeenLife.com.
About TeenLife Media, LLC:
TeenLife Media is the “go to” source for parents, teenagers and educators that are seeking programs and services for college-bound students in grades 7 - 12. Our award-winning website, e-newsletters, specialized guides, parent lifestyle magazine, and signature events feature thousands of enrichment opportunities that "bring out the best” in teens. These include summer programs, community service opportunities, academic experiences, and gap year programs—regionally, nationally and internationally. Access to all of TeenLife's resources is free for registered parents, students, and educators on TeenLife.com.