Resource: University of South Dakota - Ambassadors of Excellence Program (Vermillion, SD)
Website: University of South Dakota - Ambassadors of Excellence Program (Vermillion, SD)
University: The University of South Dakota
URL: http://www.usd.edu/education/gifted-camp/upload/Ambassadors_of_Excellence2_2009.pdf
Description: This summer program is designed for selected former South Dakota Governor's Camp participants and other students of high ability in grades 10-12. The mission is to provide an optimum learning experience for South Dakota's gifted high schoolers in a safe and supportive environment, emphasizing service, leadership, and artistic potential. The program includes: team-building activities, educational exploratory sessions, a community service project and more.

Comments: Contributed by: Student on 4/9/2010
Ambassadors Camp is the most amazing program you can ever attend! I attended all three years and it changed me exponentially. All the kids there are spectacular and let you be who you are; who you never imagined you could be. I had more fun than I knew was possible and became super confident because of Nerd Camp!

Contributed by: Student on 8/16/2006
The best camp in the whole entire world! Everyone who comes loves it!

Contributed by: Student on 7/29/2006
This camp has no limits to where you can go - the sky is the limit. I went for all but one year and am doing as much as I can to come back as a counselor. Ask any camper/ambassador there and they will tell you they have no words to describe it...truely too good for words

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