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Seen 'n Heard - Jun, 1996 Issue (page 3).

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ASPEN YOUTH ALTERNATIVES HIRING 
Aspen Youth Alternatives of South Carolina is looking for a Clinical Director. Aspen Youth of South Carolina is a six (6) month wilderness based camp that will serve adjudicated females from the ages of 14-18. The South Carolina program will require start up experience and clinical/administrative talent. The director will be encouraged to bring a high degree of creativity and independent leadership skills. A wide variety of other positions will also be available in South Carolina as well as Montana and Utah. To apply, call Larry Sednitz, Ph.D., 406-443-8579, or mail a resume to 428 Holter, Helena, Montana 59601. 

1996 SUMMER SEMESTER 
he Wilderness Leadership Academy in Buchanan, Virginia, with a special academic program for "at-risk" males ages 13 through 18, is accepting enrollments for the 1996 Summer Semester which runs from June 10 through September 6. Students can earn credits in core subjects in this all outdoor wilderness experience, against a backdrop of wilderness experiential activities. For information, call 540-254-1146. 

ISLAND VIEW RTC GROWS
 Island View Residential Treatment Center, in Layton, Utah, is building a freestanding double-cottage unit that will house 16 more male residents as well as a 16 bed unit for a coed "transition" program. The Transition Program is designed for those youngsters who are not quite ready to go back home, but require a step down experience, preparing them for a more "smooth" transition home. They are also building a ROPES course. 

SKYLAND RANCH REDUCES TUITION 
Skyland Ranch, in Gold Bar, Washington, 360-793-2611, announced that in addition to converting to working with over age 18 young people, they will also enroll females, and have reduced their tuition to $1,500. 

MT. BACHELOR'S SUMMER VENTURE
Sarah Persha, Admission Director for Mount Bachelor Academy, in Prineville, Oregon, 800-462-3404, announced the Seventh Annual Summer Venture for boys and girls, ages thirteen through seventeen. The settings the young people will challenge themselves include rafting the Salmon River, biking the Oregon Coast, and climbing Smith Rocks. 

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