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S.Dok1/1/2017Cornell UniversitySummer CollegeF/MNYYYMust by under 18 yrs oldThree-week, session 1:
June 24-July 15, 2017
Three-week, session 2:
July 16-August 5, 2016
Six-week programs:
June 24-August 8, 2016
Architecture, RABS:
June 24-August 5, 2016 Non-credit Robotics Program
July 1–15, 2017
Admissions application deadlines
(RABS): March 11, 2016
Deadline for all other programs/students: April 29, 2016

Financial aid deadlines
(RABS): March 11, 2016
All other programs: April 1, 2016
Available Application fee: $65
http://www.sce.cornell.edu/sc/index.phpOut of StateIthacaNYWe offer precollege programs for talented high school students. Experience the excitement of college life, take college courses with renowned faculty, and enjoy an "unforgettable, life-changing summer."
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S.Dok1/1/2017HarvardSecondary School ProgramF/MNYYYIf you are a high school student who will graduate in 2016, 2017, or 2018June 18–August 6, 2016Application: May 9, 2016
Course registration and full payment: May 16, 2016
Now availableScholarship available Application fee: $50
Course registration fee: $200 Tuititon ranges $3000-11,900
http://www.summer.harvard.edu/programs/secondary-schoolOut of StateCambridgeMAImagine studying at Harvard for seven weeks, fully immersed in the college experience. Whether you choose to live on campus, commute, or take courses online, you’ll have the opportunity to explore complex topics, gain valuable life skills, and form lasting bonds.
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S.Dok1/1/2017HarvardPre-College F/MNNYYIf you are a high school student who will graduate in 2018 or 2019June 25-August 4, 20172/1/201712/6/2016Scholarship available $4,500https://www.summer.harvard.edu/high-school-programs/pre-college-program/program-cost
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S.Dok1/1/2017Massachusetts Institute of Technology, MITMITES: Minority Introduction To Engineering & Science,F/MNNYNApplicants must apply during Junior year2/1/2017December 2016It is a free-of-charge academic enrichment program.Students only pay for transportation to and from MIT.http://web.mit.edu/mites/Out of StateCambridgeMASince 1975, this six-week residential program has leveraged a demanding academic atmosphere to help students develop the skills and confidence needed for success in technical fields. Along with calculus, physics, natural science, and humanities courses, students take a hands-on elective course and participate in lab tours and social events. MITES serves up to 80 student per year.
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S.Dok1/1/2017Mentored Summer Research Experience at UHDEnvironmental Science, Geosciences, Problem-based Learning, Laboratory/Field Research Experiences Field Trips, Expert Brown Bag Lunch Seminars F/MYYYYGives preference to seniors and juniors. Sophomores and freshmen will be considered if they have a strong recordMay 29-July 21, 20173/1/2017Now availableStudents selected for participation will receive a stipend of $5,000, plus room, and board in a university dormitory.Freehttps://www.uhd.edu/academics/sciences/mathematics-statistics/reu/Pages/default.aspxIn StateTXHoustonAll parts of the application must be completed and received by the Scholars Academy office in the following manner:

· Email: Dr. Mary Jo Parker – parkerm@uhd.edu; Rene Garcia – garciar@uhd.edu; or scholars@uhd.edu

· Scan signed application and email to the above email addresses

· Fax to: 713-223-7410
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S.Dok1/1/2017RICE UniversityRice for High School StudentsF/MNYYNrising juniors and seniors Days vary by programVariesVariesVarieshttp://collegeready.rice.edu/rice-high-school-studentsIn StateHoustonTXPrograms include Content College Career, Destination College, Destination Graduation, Generation College, & Summer Bridge Program
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N.Aydin12/5/2016Columbia UniversitySummer Porgrams for High School StudentsF/MYYYYEntering grades 9 through 12 or freshman year of collegeSESSION 1
May 22–June 30

SUMMER SESSION 2
July 3–August 11
Session 1 May 12
Session 2 June 23
Now availableN/A$80 Application Fee
Fees for 2017 will be available in the spring
http://sps.columbia.edu/summer/high-school-visiting-studentsOut of StateNew York City, Barcelona, Beijing, or JordanImmersive programs for domestic and international high school students interested in living and studying in New York City, Barcelona, Beijing, or Jordan.Course options vsry bt program. Courses are not for credit
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N.Aydin12/5/2016DMA at Prestigious Locations in the U.S. and CanadaDigital Media and Academy Summer Camps (Learn photography, digital filmmaking, Maya® animation, programming and more)F/MYYYYfor teens (ages 12-17), For Kids ages 6-12 and for adults Varies by locationsVaries by programNow availablehttp://www.digitalmediaacademy.org/locations/In state/Out of State
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S.Dok1/1/2017Earlham CollegeAugust Wilderness-is an outdoor pre-orientation program that combines active, physical challenge with study, observation and personal reflection. F/MNNNYPre-OrientationSummer http://www.earlham.edu/exploreacollege/Out of StateRichmondIndianahttp://www.earlham.edu/explore-a-college/for-interested-students/how-to-enroll/
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S.Dok1/1/2017SMU Engineering Camp Summer Program for girlsF/MYYYY6-12June-July Aug 2017N/A3/1/2017N/A11th-12th: $825 7th-10th: $125https://www.smu.edu/Lyle/Institutes/CaruthInstitute/K-12Programs/EngineeringCampIn stateDallasTXThe Lyle School of Engineering at SMU offers summer camp programs for students in grades 7th through 12th grade. Camps provide a creative environment for students to learn and apply their knowledge.
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S.Dok1/1/2017The Society of American Military EngineersEngineering CampF/MYYYYQualified applicants must be high-school seniors preparing to enter collegeJune - July 2017Varies by programAvailableSAME offers former campers from any of the SAME Engineering & Construction Camps an opportunity to compete for a $5000 scholarship (four-year, continuing scholarship with annual stipends of $1,250).The fund tuition of $580http://samecamps.org/The Society of American Military Engineers offers a very unique series of engineering camps designed for High School students who excel in math, science and technical courses and are interested in pursuing engineering in college. These one–week camps are high energy, hands–on events for students from across the country and around the world. The camps are led by a professional staff of engineers from both private industry and the military services.
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S.Dok1/1/2017United States Naval AcademySTEMF/MYYNNrising 9,10,11Session 1: Rising 9th Grades, June 6-11 Session 2: Rising 10th Graders June 13-18 Session 3: Rissing 11th Graders June 20-24n/a1/3/2017All students selected to participate will be required to pay $425 which will include room and board, meals, as well as a variety of materials. Plan on bringing extra cash for snacks and souvenirs.http://www.usna.edu/Admissions/STEM/index.phpOut of StateAnnapolisMDEngineering is all about creating, building, and making things better! So what does it take to be an engineer? If you like math and science, you are off to a great start. If you enjoy discovering new things, solving problems, and learning how things work - even better! Creativity, persistence, and the desire to make the world a better place are also important qualities. Becoming an engineer requires hard work and a good education. Our summer program will be a great start to your career in science and engineering.
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S.Dok1/1/2017University of HoustonGRADE Camp (Engineering)FYYYY8th-12th gradesJune 13-17
June 20-24
Space is limited, so send in your application as soon as you know that you can attend.Now availablefreefreehttp://www.egr.uh.edu/campsIn StateHoustonTXNot only will you gain valuable engineering knowledge and experience working in teams, but you will also have a lot of fun! By the end of Camp, you will have gained valuable insight from Houston-area female engineers and engineering students and you will have designed your own robot that can make its way through a maze!
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S.Dok1/1/2017University of Minnesota College of Science & EngineringExploring Careers in Engineering and Physical scienceF/MNYYNRising juniors and seniors7/31/2017Feb 2017$50http://cse.umn.edu/k12/CSE_CONTENT_290860.phpOut of StateMinneapolisMNThe University of Minnesota's College of Science and Engineering invites you to be one of an enthusiastic and culturally diverse group of high school students engaged in a week of day-long workshops led by University scientists and engineers.Campus tours with science and engineering students, panel discussions, and informal lunches with career advisors and faculty, and presentations by staff will help you to experience campus life, learn more about academic programs, and explore potential careers.
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S.Dok1/1/2017University of Texas Health Science center- San AntonioSTUDENT INTERNSHIP PROGRAM; Intensive hands-on Summer program that specializes in the areas of Immunology, molecular pathogenesis, or genetics.F/MYYYYHigh school, college, Premed, or Pre-PH.D. studentshttp://www.uthscsa.edu/outreach/summer.aspIn StateSan AntonioTXFor inquiries contact Dr. Sunil Ahuja along with updated resume/CV including GPA, a personal statement, and a note about long term goals via email: ahujas@uthscsa.edu
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S.Dok1/1/2017UT Health Science CenterBEAT Academy - Biomedical Excellence and Academic TrainingF/MYYYY high school students interested in biomedical research
and/ or a career in the health professions.Priority is given to juniors and seniors.

July 11-15, 2016 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.6/10/20161/1/2016Registration cost $950.00, Non-refundable application fee $50.00.http://uthscsa.edu/outreach/summer.aspIn StateSan AntonioTXThe goal of The BEAT Academy at the UT Health Science Center San Antonio is to expose high school students to a unique opportunity to medical and biomedical research and provide them with guidelines for a successful future in a health career of their choice. The curriculum is based on an interaction between the medical and biomedical faculty through seminars and hands-on activities in these fields. Subjects will include ongoing biomedical research occurring at the UT Health Science Center such as anatomy, physiology, medicine, molecular biology, aging, neurodegeneration and more.
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S.Dok1/1/2017UTMBCamp health care,adminsitrationF/MYYNN9th-10th gradersNot updated on their websiteFreeSTEM Quest Summer Camp II (for current 9th and 10th grade students) http://www.utmb.edu/oeo/students/ssc2.aspIn State Galveston and surrounding areasTXInfo on the web is not updated at the moment
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S.Dok1/1/2017Bank of AmericaStudent Leaders programF/MNNYYJuniors and seniorsJuly 9-14, 2017January 27th,2017Oct 31st,2016http://about.bankofamerica.com/en-us/global-impact/student-leaders.html?cm_mmc=ebz-corprep-_-vanity-_-ee01lt0025_vanity_student_leaders-_-enterprise#fbid=RgKDrG4T0DpOut of StateD.C.District of ColumbiaTo become a Student Leader, you must:Currently be a junior or senior in high school
Be able to participate in an 8-week paid internship at a local nonprofit/charitable organization and work 35 hours a week
Be legally authorized to work in the US without sponsorship through the end of September 2014
Be able to participate in a week-long Student Leadership Summit in Washington, DC (July 13- July 18, 2014) (All expenses paid as part of the Student Leaders Program. This week will be part of your 8-week experience.)
Be a student in good standing at your school
Obtain a letter of recommendation from a teacher, guidance counselor, or school administrator.
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S.Dok1/1/2017Baylor UniversityBaylor University Summer Research ProgramF/MNNNYIncoming Baylor freshmen July 6 - August 10, 20163/2/2016Not updatedFreehttp://www.baylor.edu/summerscience/In StateWacoTXThe purpose of the Baylor University Summer Science Research Program (BUSSRP) is to give superior students hands-on research experience by working on research projects with Baylor University science professors in many disciplines. The research program occurs during the University's second session of summer school.
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S.Dok1/1/2017Beloit CollegeIntensive Summer Language ProgramsF/MNNNYAt least 17 years oldFull eight weeks: June 11 - August 5, 2016
Four week programs: June 11-July 9 or July 10-August 5
Rolling basisJanuary 1st, 2017Financial Aid available. application fee is $25,Upon acceptance to the program a $200 enrollment deposit is required;$7,950* for 8 week program & $3,975 for 4 week Program https://www.beloit.edu/cls/Out of StateBeloitWIThe Center offers four- and eight-week programs in four critical-need languages: Arabic, Chinese, Japanese, and Russian.
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S.Dok1/1/2017Boston CollegeCollege Experience Program 2016F/MNNYNRising seniorsJune 26, 2016 - August 5, 20175/15/2016A $25 application fee (checks payable to Boston College)http://www.bc.edu/schools/summer/bce/Out of StateChestnutt HallMAA six week long college experience for outstanding, highly motivated students to experience college level coursework at Boston College
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S.Dok1/1/2017Boston UniversityHigh School HonorsF/MNYYNRising juniors and seniorsJuly 3 - August 12, 2017Application deadline: May 23, 2016
Financial aid deadline: April 18, 2016
Now availableFinancial Aid available. Application fee (non-refundable): $50 Tution fee: $5,120 Service fee: $470 Co-pay fee each time a student visits Student Health Services: $25http://bu.edu/summer/highschoolOut of StateBostonMAearn up to 8 college credits in six weeks. Program offers more than 100 undergraduate courses—such as international relations, anthropology, and astronomy. Outside the classroom, High School Honors students interact with a dynamic community from across the country and around the world. Students participate in social activities both at Boston University and throughout Boston—whether they live on-campus or commute from home.
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S.Dok1/1/2017Boston UniversityResearch IntershipF/MNNYNRising seniorsJuly 3 - August 12, 20163/1/2016Now availableFinancial Aid AvailableApplication Fee (non-refundable): $50, Program Fee: $4,000, Student Health Services Co-Pay Fee: $25 per visit, Student Services & Program Fee: $470, payment Deadline May 1, 2016http://bu.edu/summer/highschoolOut of StateBostonMAUnder the mentorship of our distinguished faculty, post-doctoral fellows, and graduate students, high school summer research internship (RISE) students work on a designated research project designed by their professor for forty hours each week of the program.We offer hands-on research opportunities in the following areas: astronomy, biology, biomedical engineering, chemistry, electrical and computer engineering, mechanical engineering, medical laboratory research, physics, and psychology.
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S.Dok1/1/2017Carnegie Mellon UniversitySAMS: Summer Academy for Math + ScienceF/MNNYNFor Rising Seniors who are atleast 16 years old.July1-August 11,20174/1/2017AvailableFreehttp://admission.enrollment.cmu.edu/pages/diversity-samsOut of StatePittsburghPAThe Summer Academy for Mathematics and Science is a rigorous residential summer experience for good students who have a strong interest in math and science and want to become excellent students. Students who are entering their senior year and are considering careers in engineering, science and other math-based disciplines are eligible to apply. The program will focus on creating interest in technical disciplines and building academic and personal skills to better prepare you for the college application process. The goal of the program is to prepare students for admission to selective colleges and universities.
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S.Dok1/1/2017Cornell UniversityResearch Apprenticeship in Biological Sciences (RABS)F/MNNYYJuniors and seniorsJune 25-August 6, 20163/10/2017AvailableTBAhttp://www.sce.cornell.edu/sc/programs/index.php?v=170Out of StateIthacaNYThe Cornell University Research Apprenticeship in the Biological Sciences (RABS) offers serious, research-oriented students the rare opportunity to join a top-notch laboratory at one of the world’s leading research institutions.Cornell biomedical scientists strive for excellence and use their knowledge to solve global problems and benefit society. During this innovative, intensive, and highly selective program, you will become part of the renowned biomedical research community at Cornell's Ithaca campus, studying under the guidance of distinguished Cornell faculty members as you pursue research in an area of your choosing.
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S.Dok1/1/2017Cornell UniversityCornell Engineering ExperienceF/MNYYYsophomores, juniors, seniorsJune 25-August 9, 20164/29/2016not updated on their webTBAhttp://www.sce.cornell.edu/sc/programs/index.php?v=184Out of StateIthacaNYAre you excited by math and science? Do you want to improve the world? Would you like to envision and implement solutions to the important challenges of our time? If so, we invite you to Cornell this summer to explore diverse and exciting career opportunities in the practice of engineering.
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S.Dok1/1/2017Cornell UniversityHow to Win an Argument: An Introduction to Debate and RhetoricF/MNYYYsophomores, juniors, seniorsSession 1: June 25-July 16, 2016 Session 2: July 17-August 6, 20164/29/2016AvailableTBAhttp://www.sce.cornell.edu/sc/programs/index.php?v=191Out of StateIthacaNYWant to learn how to make convincing arguments? Want to sharpen your critical thinking skills, compete on a debate team, or just conquer your fear of public speaking? Then this program is for you.
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S.Dok1/1/2017TCU Texas Cristian UniversitySchieffer Summer CampF/MNYYNRising juniors and seniorsJune 12 - June 16, 2016rolling admissions; apply ASAPAvailable$1,900https://journalism.tcu.edu/programs/schieffer-summer-camp/In StateFort WorthTXStudents engage with faculty and visiting professionals in both classroom and lab settings, in groups and one-on-one. They have the opportunity to anchor newscasts, produce video packages and interview distinguished public figures like former U.S. House Speaker Jim Wright, whose offices are at TCU.
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S.Dok1/1/2017Texas Tech University Department of Chemistry & BiochemistryWelch Summer Scholar ProgramF/MNYYNrising junior or senior.June 4-July 7, 20172/19/2017Now availableThere is no cost attached to this program. It is a scholarship program and all necessary expenses are met by the sponsor of the program.http://www.wssptx.comIn StateTXWSSP has given more than 1,500 students across the state of Texas unique opportunities to emerge in the field of science engaging them in hands-on, college-level research projects using state-of-the-art equipment and modern technology not typically found in high-school classrooms.
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S.Dok1/1/2017The College of William & MaryPre-Collegiate Summer Program in Early American HistoryF/MNNYYRising juniors and seniorsPre-Collegiate Summer Program: First Session
June 25, 2017 - July 15, 2016
Pre-Collegiate Summer Program: Second Session
July 16, 2016 - August 5, 2016
4/22/2017AvailablePartial scholarships are available on the basis of demonstrated needIn-state tuition -- $3,950
Out-of-state tuition -- $4,150
http://www.wm.edu/as/niahd/precollegiatesummer/index.phpOut of StateWilliamsburgVAThis fast-paced, in-depth and immersive course will offer a variety of approaches to studying the past, but the chief feature will be classes conducted "on site" at the abundant historic places in the Chesapeake region. Readings and classroom work at the College will set the stage for the site visits by providing essential background on the wider context of American development.
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S.Dok1/1/2017United States Air Force Academy Summer SeminarsF/MNNYNJune 11-16, June 18-23, 2017Available$300 Registration Feehttp://www.academyadmissions.com/admissions/outreach-programs/summer-seminar/Out of StateColorado SpringsCOSummer Seminar at the United States Air Force Academy offers a unique opportunity to get the Academy experience first-hand. Specially designed for high school juniors heading into their senior year, Summer Seminar allows participants to see a realistic slice of cadet life.
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S.Dok1/1/2017University of HoustonSTEP Forward CampF/MNNYNrising seniors not offered summer 20175/30/2017Not offered in 2017The cost to attend STEP Forward Camp is $300http://www.egr.uh.edu/campsIn StateHoustonTXThe STEP Forward Camp is a one-week residential engineering introduction program for rising 12th graders. The program is limited to fifty students. Participants stay on the University of Houston campus in a dormitory. UH engineering students serve as camp mentors and counselors.
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S.Dok1/1/2017University of Houston MESET ProgramF/MNNYNrising seniors not offered summer 2017Not offered in 2017http://promes.egr.uh.edu/campsIn StateHoustonTXThe STEP Forward Camp is a one-week residential engineering introduction program for rising 12th graders. The program is limited to fifty students. Participants stay on the University of Houston campus in a dormitory. UH engineering students serve as camp mentors and counselors. The STEP Forward Camp curriculum includes: An introduction to the various disciplines of engineering ("What do engineers do?") Project-based learning (hands-on team project competitions involving engineering design) Site visits to Houston-area engineering companies Field trips Panel discussions by working engineers and current engineering students Fun at the campus sports and recreation center
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S.Dok1/1/2017University of Texas at AustinMy Introduction to Engineering Summer Camp, Engineering, science and mathF/MNNYNCurrent juniorsSession I: June 4 - 9, 2017
Session II: June 18 - 23, 2017
3/15/201712/14/2016All program expenses (including housing and food) are paid for except transportation to and from UTAustinhttp://www.engr.utexas.edu/eoe/recruitment/miteIn StateAustinTXMITE is a free, six-day residential program that offers current high school juniors the opportunity to discover engineering through hands-on projects and interactions with engineering students, faculty, staff and alumni.
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S.Dok1/1/2017University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer CenterSummer Research Program in Biomedical DisciplinesF/MNNYYJuniors and seniorsJune 5, aug 11,20172/1/2017Nov 1, 2016N/AN/Ahttps://www.mdanderson.org/education-training/degrees-programs/summer-research-programs/high-school-research-science-park.htmlIn stateHoustonTXThe Carl B. & Florence E. King Foundation High School Summer Program in Biomedical Sciences at the School of Health Professions is a seven-week research program for college-bound students graduating from Texas high schools. Participants will work with School of Health Professions faculty five days a week, from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm in the state-of-the art School of Health Professions facilities, located within The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center.
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S.Dok1/1/2017University of Texas- Medical BranchSummer Research ProgramF/MNYYYMinimum 2.5 GPA, at least 16 years old, June 6 – July 29, 20162/1/201712/1/2016N/AN/Ahttp://www.utmb.edu/oeo/students/srp.aspIn stateGalvestonTXThe primary goal of this program is to provide a stimulating, active bench experience in scientific research for students in order to increase their familiarity with the scientific process and their motivation to pursue careers in research or science teaching.
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S.Dok1/1/2017USRA, NASA Johnson Space CenterINTERNSHIP opportunities within the fields of Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.F/MNNNNcollege stdJune 5-August 11, 20171/6/2017N/AN/AN/Ahttp://www.usra.edu/capabilities/workforce/https://www.lpi.usra.edu/lpiintern/TX
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S.Dok1/1/2017UT Health Science CenterThe Cancer Prevention & Research Institute Of Texas (CPRIT) Scholar ProgramF/MNYYNClosedhttp://uthscsa.edu/outreach/summer.aspIn StateSan AntonioTXPlease Email Babatunde O. Oyajobi, Ph.D. mid to late February for final confirmation regarding this program’s existence in summer 2014.
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S.Dok1/1/2017UTEPLaw CampF/MNNNYJune 12-30, 2017Now avaliableFreehttp://academics.utep.edu/Default.aspx?tabid=67717In StateEl PasoTXThe LSPI HSLC is a three-week, all-day summer program that gives high school students an opportunity to explore a career in law and prepare for college. Camp participants engage in a variety of activities, including case law instruction, fields trips to legal community organizations, professional skills development, and a mock trial exercise.
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S.Dok1/1/2017Brown UniversitySummer Pre-College,
Pre-Baccalaureate Program,
Online Pre-College Courses,
Brown Leadership Institute,
Environmental Leadership Lab,
Global Programs,
Intensive English Program,
TheatreBridge &
Playwrights Workshop,
SPARK Science for Middle School,
Summer Sports Camps
F/MYYNNJune 26- July 7, 2017Now available4196http://brown.edu/ce/pre-college/overview.phpRhode Island
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S.Dok1/1/2017Johns Hopkins Summer UniversityF/MYYYYDiscover Hopkins and Summer UniversitySession 1: June 26 - July 15
Session 2: July 17 - August 5

4/8/2017Now availableFinancial aid is available as need-based partial tuition grants.Deadline March 26, 2016nonrefundable application fee $50https://ctyjhu.org/applications/summer/intro.cfm?_ga=1.15105782.1510385718.1453824802&id=5060441-6f69d9b592a1b32-C3DF5DF0-90B1-1C55-22F4C4468DC93CDC&id=5060441-6f69d9b592a1b32-C3DF5DF0-90B1-1C55-22F4C4468DC93CDC,5060441-6f69d9b592a1b32-C3DF5DF0-90B1-1C55-22F4C4468DC93CDC&id=5060441-6f69d9b592a1b32-C3DF5DF0-90B1-1C55-22F4C4468DC93CDC,5060441-6f69d9b592a1b32-C3DF5DF0-90B1-1C55-22F4C4468DC93CDC,5060441-6f69d9b592a1b32-C3DF5DF0-90B1-1C55-22F4C4468DC93CDC,5060441-6f69d9b592a1b32-C3DF5DF0-90B1-1C55-22F4C4468DC93CDCOut of StateBaltimoreMarylandThey offer two undergraduate-credit-granting programs: Discover Hopkins and Summer University.
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S.Dok1/1/2017Texas TechTechsan Experience 2014F/MYYYYnot updated on the webhttp://www.depts.ttu.edu/admissions/techsan/In StateLubbockTXCome out & experience life as a Red Raider! It's a great time to tour campus, check out the recreation center, and see some residence halls. Hear from Financial Aid & Scholarships, Housing & Hospitality, Academic Colleges and Student Services. You'll be able to interact with faculty, current students and get to know why so many love the hospitality of Texas Tech
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S.Dok1/1/2017The International summer program in Turkish Language and CultureLanguage Summer Study AbroadF/MYYYY15 June - 3 August 20173/7/2017AvailableApplication fee: $50 Tuition fee : $4150http://turkishlanguage.wix.com/tlcp#!application/c70dOut of StateIstanbulTurkeyThe Turkish Language and Culture program is offered by the Language Center of Boğaziçi University and is the first intensive summer program on Turkish language, dating back to 1982. With its qualified and experienced staff, the program offers its students not only an acquaintance with Turkish language but also the opportunity to experience Turkish culture in one of Turkey's most prestigious universities. The campus is situated on Bosphorus where two continents meet and, at the same time, is close to the city center.
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S.Dok1/1/2017United States Naval Academysummer seminarF/MNNYNRising SeniorsSession 1: June 3-8
Session 2: June 10 - 15
Session 3: June 17 - 22
4/15/20171/10/2017$450http://www.usna.edu/Admissions/NASS/index.phpOut of StateAnnapolisMDThe United States Naval Academy Summer Seminar is a fast-paced, six-day experience for high achievers who have completed their junior year in high school. Summer Seminar teaches you about life at the Naval Academy, where academics, athletics, and professional training play equally important roles in developing our nation's leaders. If you think that you may be interested in pursuing an appointment to one of the nation's service academies and serving your country as an officer, you should seriously consider attending the Naval Academy's Summer Seminar.
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S.Dok1/1/2017University of Texas ArlingtonEngineering and Computer Science CampsNNYYJuly 24-28, 2017N/AN/AN/AProgram Fees cover participant's meals, housing(if applicable), insurance, project materials, and activitieshttp://www.uta.edu/engineering/future-students/undergraduate/programs/nuclear-engineering-minor/workshop.phpIn StateArlingtonTX
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S.Dok1/1/2017WEST POINT United States Military AcademyThe West Point STEM WorkshopF/MNNNN6th and 7th gradeMay 30-June 22/15/20171/2/2017http://www.usma.edu/cldstem/sitepages/ms%20stem%20workshop.aspxOut fo StateWest PointNY
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S.Dok1/1/2017RICE UniversityRice Summer Business Institute F/MNYYNrising Juniors and Seniors4/1/2017available freefreehttp://business.rice.edu/rsbi_app/In StateHoustonTXThe Rice Summer Business Institute (RSBI) introduces students to the world of business, economics, energy, and finance.
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S.Dok1/1/2017Texas Aerospace ScholarsTexas Aerospace ScholarsF/MNNYNJuniorsJune -July 201710/26/2016closed http://has.aerospacescholars.org/Online,In stateNASA wants you to become the engineers, scientists, researchers and innovators of tomorrow. The HAS project offers a one-of-a-kind experience for Texas high school students like you to jump start your future and explore the possibilities of a Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) related major or career.
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S.Dok1/1/2017BlueStamp Engineering Summer ProgramBlueStamp Engineering Summer ProgramF/MYYYYHigh School students June 20 - July 29Rolling Admissionavailable from January 1avaibale onlyif need base$3,200http://bluestampengineering.com/services-view/become-a-student/In StateHoustonTXBlueStamp Engineering is a summer program for high school students to build projects that they are truly passionate about. It is a 6 week program that runs four hours per day and operates in San Francisco, NYC, Houston, and Denver. BSE also invites guest speakers from various engineering fields and start-up entrepreneurs to provide inspiration for a career in technology.
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S.Dok1/1/2017University Mary Harden BaylorExplore Cru Nursing Summer CampF/MNYYNrising Juniors and SeniorsJune 11-17, June 18-24, 20174/1/2017Available Application fee: $10$675https://undergrad.umhb.edu/nursing/explore-cru-nursing-summer-campIn StateBeltonTXThe UMHB College of Nursing will be offering a summer camp that will provide upper level high school students the opportunity to experience nursing school and college life at UMHB. The summer program will include four facets: academics, spirit and traditions of UMHB, faith and learning, and campus life.
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S.Dok1/1/2017University of Texas at San AntonioEngineering Summer CampsF/MYYYYFreshman-graduating seniorsWeek 1: June 11-16, Week 2: June 18-23, 20175/1/2017AvailableFor those that are eligible Deposit: $50
Day camp: $200
Overnight camp: $420
http://engineering2.utsa.edu/events/engineering-summer-camp-for-high-school-students-week-1/In StateSan AntonioTXUTSA Engineering is offering its Engineering Summer Camp to entering freshmen through graduating seniors. Students who attend have the opportunity to experience engineering through hands-on workshops, engaging academic lectures, research lab tours, and friendly competitions.
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S.Dok1/1/2017University of Texas at Austin First BytesFNYYNMust be a girl entering your junior or senior year in the fall June 4-10, 20173/22/20171/27/2017Free however to hold spot must deposit $100http://www.cs.utexas.edu/outreach/first-bytesIn StateAustinTX
First Bytes Summer Camp is a one-week residential camp program for high school girls. It is designed to dispel myths about computer science and intrigue young women with the potential of computing and the excitement of problem solving.
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S.Dok1/1/2017Stanford University High School Summer CollegeF/MNYYYAges 16-19June 26 August 19 2017Rolling Admission
Sooner they apply the more chance they have
Available Horizon Scholars Financial Aid Package
varieshttps://summercollege.stanford.edu/Out of StateSan FranciscoCAChoose from 145 different courses in over 30 departments taught by Stanford faculty and scholars.
Dive deep into a subject with a Stanford Summer Intensive Study Certificate.
Take advantage of academic advising and tutoring.
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S.Dok1/1/2017University of HoustonCollege of BusinessF/MYYYNRising sophmores, juniors, and seniorsExplore Entrepreneurship: July 9-14, 2017
Explore Sales: July 16-21, 2017
Explore Energy & Sustainability: July 23-8, 2017
4/30/20164/1/2016Freehttp://www.bauer.uh.edu/prospective/undergraduates/summer-camp.phpIn StateHoustonTXHigh school students from all over the country attend EXPLORE Summer Camps at the C. T. Bauer College of Business at the University of Houston. This unique experience offers them insight to the fields of Entrepreneurship, Sales, and Energy and Sustainability.
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S.Dok1/1/2017MarinesSummer Leadership and Character DeveleopmentF/M16-17 years oldsJuly 16-22, 20174/1/20171/1/2017http://www.mcrc.marines.mil/UnitHome/SLCDA.aspx
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S.Dok1/1/2017Clemson-CU Summer ScholarsACADEMIC SUMMER EXPERIENCEF/MYYYYrising 7th-12th Grade StudentsSession 1: June 4 - June10
Session 2: June 11 - June17
Session 3: June 18 - June 24
Session 4: June 25- July 1
Session 5: July 9 - July 15
Session 6: July 16 - July 22
Session 7: July 27 - July 29
Session 8: July 30 - August 5
Three weeks before your chosen session.Available Enrollment fee: $200http://www.clemson.edu/summer/summer-science/index.htmlOut of StateClemsonSCClemson University has offered an academic summer experience for gifted middle and high school students. In addition to challenging courses, we provide opportunities for fun, friendship and a true Clemson experience. This year’s program has even more to offer with new classes for all students.
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S.Dok1/1/2017Engineering Summer Programs and Camps
for High School Students and Middle School Students
Summer of 2016
EngineeringF/MYYYYAll highschool studentsVariesVaries by programhttp://www.studenteducationprograms.com/engineering/Varies by programVariesVaries
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S.Dok1/1/2017Johns Hopkins Unversity-- Engineering InnovationEngineering F/MYYYYAll highschool studentsnot updated yet6/1/20162/1/2016 $55 feehttp://engineering.jhu.edu/ei/Out of StateBaltimoreMDEngineering Innovation is an exciting college-level summer program for motivated high school students with an aptitude in math and science and an interest in (or curiosity about) engineering. Students learn to think and problem-solve like engineers and have the opportunity to earn Johns Hopkins University (JHU) credit.
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S.Dok1/1/2017STEP Forward Camp ApplicationEngineeringF/MNNNNapplication will open december 15http://promes.egr.uh.edu/campsIn StateHoustonTXThe STEP Forward Camp is a one-week residential engineering introduction program for rising 12th graders. The program is limited to fifty students. Participants stay on the University of Houston campus in a dormitory. UH engineering students serve as camp mentors and counselors.
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S.Dok1/1/2017University of Maryland—Young Scholars ProgramOffice of Extended Studies F/MYYYYhigh school studentsJuly 19-28 20174/18/20162/10/2016avaibale onlyif need baseApplication fee: $65
Other fees: TBD
http://oes.umd.edu/young-scholars/terp-young-scholars/how-the-program-worksOut of StateCollegeparkMDThe Young Scholars Program invites high school students with exceptional ability and promise to an outstanding pre-college experience at the University of Maryland.
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S.Dok1/1/2017NASA---National Space Club ScholarshipsEngineering F/MNYYYCompleted sophmore yearJune 26- August 4 20173/1/2016Available now$2,100http://www.spaceclub.org/education/scholars.htmlOut of StateGreenbeltMDThe purpose of this program is to provide students with an opportunity to experience how research and development organizations operate on a day-to-day basis in direct support of NASA's mission to inspire the next generation of explorers. Participants will be assigned to work with a technical professional in a field related to the student's stated interests and expertise.
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S.Dok1/1/2017Texas A&M University at Galveston Sea Camp OceanF/MYYYYcampers ages 10-18Different for each campAvailable nowVaries with camphttp://www.tamug.edu/seacamp/SeaCampPrograms/index.htmlIn StateGalvestonTXSea Camp is a week-long residential adventure exploring the wonders of the marine and estuarine environments for campers ages 10-18. As a Sea Camper you will have access to research vessels, oceanographic equipment, laboratory facilities, and a professional staff enabling you to learn about the ocean through hands-on experiences.
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S.Dok1/1/2017Mathworks Honors Summer Math Camp (HSMC)MathF/MYYYYJune 18-July 294/15/2016Availablefull tuition fee is $3,200http://www.txstate.edu/mathworks/camps/hsmc.htmlIn StateSan MarcosTXThe Mathworks Honors Summer Math Camp (HSMC) is an intensive multi-summer program for high school students. The goal of the program is to develop talented students of all socioeconomic backgrounds through immersive and in-depth experiences in an unique learning environment. Students develop important skills for future degrees and careers in math, science, engineering, and many other fields.
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S.Dok1/1/2017WELCOME TO THE CLARK SCHOLARS PROGRAMScholars F/MNNNYmust graduate from high schoolJune 19- August 3 20172/12/2016Availablehttp://www.depts.ttu.edu/honors/academicsandenrichment/affiliatedandhighschool/clarks/In StateLubbockTXThe Clark Scholars Program is designed to attract gifted students from around the nation. The program allows students the opportunity to work hand-in-hand with outstanding faculty in a research intensive setting. The seven-week program also includes weekly seminars, discussions, and field trips. The students are afforded an atmosphere designed to develop their critical thinking abilities and career interests with faculty and other students like themselves. Students are selected on the basis of their academic accomplishments, teacher recommendations and career objectives
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S.Dok1/1/2017Texas A&M The Aggie STEM Summer CampSTEM Summer CampF/MYYYYAll middle School & HIgh School StudentsOne Week camp starts : June 11 2017-July 22, 2017 Two week camp starts: June 11- July 22 2017 Available$1,000+http://aggiestem.tamu.edu/resources/student-resources/summer-campInstateCollege StationTXThe STEM summer camp will give students real world experiences in STEM education through inquiry learning and provide a world class university experience with Texas A&M University professors in STEM fields. Students will attend a variety of non-credit STEM classes by TAMU professors, graduate students, and staff such as Chemistry of Cosmetics, Safety Engineering, Construction Engineering, Circuit Design, Renewable Energy, Media Marketing, Advanced Mathematics, Code and Coding Theory, Statistics, Application Design, PSAT/SAT prep class, and a variety of social activities and local field trips.
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S.Dok1/1/2017YOUTH ADVENTURE PROGRAM (YAP) TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY - COLLEGE STATIONYouth Adventure Program F/MYYYNAll middle School & HIgh School StudentsYAP Camp A: July 9-14
Students entering grades 7-10
YAP Camp B: July 16-21
Students entering grades 8-11 in the fall of 2017
YAP Camp C: July 23-29
Students entering grades 9-12 in the fall of 2016
YAP Camp TAMU - Attending Texas A&M: July 2-July 7
*Only for students entering 12th grade (Senior year) in the fall of 2017
N/AAvailable YAP Camp B & YAP Camp TAMU: $999.00
YAP Camp ARCH & YAP Camp C: $1049.00
Registration fee: $399.00 (refundable until May 2)
http://www.youthadventureprogram.com/about.phpInstateCollege StationTX
The YOUTH ADVENTURE PROGRAM (YAP) is a series of one week courses designed to encourage career exploration in fields of interest to gifted and talented students. University professors and other professionals will teach YAP classes. While they may do some lecturing to introduce concepts and principles, major emphasis is given to "discussing (yapping) and doing" as a strategy for engaging students in the investigative process.
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S.Dok1/1/2017Texas A&M- ExpLOREEducation and Human DevelopmentF/MNNYNRising Seniorsnot updated yet5/2/2014http://education.tamu.edu/exploreInstateCollege StationTXExploring Leadership Opportunities and Rewards in Education (ExpLORE) highlights teacher education programs, leadership and career opportunities and courses of study in the teaching profession
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S.Dok1/1/2017Texas A&M- Geosciences Exploration Summer ProgramGeosciences Exploration Summer ProgramF/MNYYNRising juniors and Seniors; at least a 3.5 GPA, top 10% of class and have a strong interest in majoring in the geosciences in college,June 4- June 10 20174/9/2016Available http://geox.tamu.edu/InstateCollege StationTXTexas A&M University's College of Geosciences offers a free program to rising high school juniors and seniors interested in Geosciences. Participants will stay on campus, learn what it means to be an Aggie and discover world-wide career opportunities in the field. Admission is limited, and applicants are required to have a minimum 3.5 GPA and be in the top 10% of their graduating class, as well as provide supporting documentation.
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S.Dok1/1/2017Texas A&M- National Scholar InvitationalNational Scholar InvitationalF/MYYYNNational Scholarsnot updated yetAvailable nowFreehttps://academicevents.tamu.edu/admissions/national-scholar-special-session-aggieland-saturday-february-13-2016-kati-clarkInstateCollege StationTXNSI (formerly known as SHIP) is a fast-paced two-day program that allows students to explore Texas A&M University's academic departments as well as experience student life first-hand. The invitational is designed to help students gain knowledge about what it's like to be an Aggie, give them the opportunity to see the University at work as well as showcase the University's academic opportunities, traditions and strong commitment to diversity. If you are a National Scholar and would like more information, please email us at nationalmerit@tamu.edu.
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S.Dok1/1/2017Texas A&M- Poultry Institute for Youth Poultry Institute for Youth F/MNNYYJuniors, Seniors, or College Freshmannot updated yet5/11/2016Available nowA registration fee of $50 http://posc.tamu.edu/texas-agrilife-poultry-extension-specialists/poultry-institute-for-youth/InstateCollege StationTXThe U.S. Poultry and Egg Association, in conjunction with the Texas A&M Poultry Science Department and the Aggie Leadership Council sponsor the TAMU Poultry Institute for Youth. The Institute is held every summer on the Texas A&M campus. The purpose of this program is to give high school students a chance to learn about the poultry industry through hands-on activities. The participants will have the opportunity to meet Texas A&M staff as well as leaders from the poultry industry. A portion of the institute will consist of hands-on experience by working directly with poultry as well as visiting poultry facilities.
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S.Dok1/1/2017Texas A&M- Veterinary Enrichment CampVeterinary Enrichment CampF/MNYYNComplted Sophmore and junior yearnot updated yet3/4/2016Available now$20 nonrefundable check or money order made payable to Texas A&M University. If accepted, a $530 nonrefundable fee is required in each acceptance packet with your permission formshttp://vetmed.tamu.edu/bims/future/veterinary-enrichment-campInstateCollege StationTXIn this three-day program, participants explore the possibilities of veterinary medicine at Texas A&M University through hands-on experiences.
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S.Dok1/1/2017Texas Tech UniversityCamp L.E.A.D.F/MNNYNIncoming SeniorsCheck website for updates4/1/20162/1/2016Free- cost covered by Texas Tech Uni.http://www.ttu.edu/camplead/InstateLubbuckTXThis four-day/three-night program is an exciting experience for top high school students who have demonstrated leadership potential. At the camp, students will meet with a distinguished leader and discuss their own personal journey to success.
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S.Dok1/1/2017YalePolitics, Law, and Economics (PLE) - F/MNYYNSophmore and JuniorsJuly 27- August 9 20172/11/2016available nowFinacial aide availableTuition is $5,250 USD, and includes room and board, linens, insurance, and processing fees.https://apply.globalscholars.yale.edu/apply/Out of stateNew HavenCTAn official Yale University program, participants in the Yale Young Global Scholars Program for Outstanding High School Students can expect an amazing summer experience studying in beautiful campus lecture halls and classrooms, living in Yale’s historic residential colleges, eating in award-winning dining halls, meeting a talented community of fellow students, engaging with world-renowned professors, and interacting with extraordinary visiting practitioners.
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S.Dok1/1/2017YaleInternational Affairs and Security (IAS) - F/MNYYNSophmore and JuniorsJuly 9- August 222/11/2016available nowFinacial aide availableNeed-based financial aid is available. Financial aid application is due on February 26, 2015.https://apply.globalscholars.yale.edu/apply/Out of stateNew HavenCTAn official Yale University program, participants in the Yale Young Global Scholars Program for Outstanding High School Students can expect an amazing summer experience studying in beautiful campus lecture halls and classrooms, living in Yale’s historic residential colleges, eating in award-winning dining halls, meeting a talented community of fellow students, engaging with world-renowned professors, and interacting with extraordinary visiting practitioners.
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S.Dok1/1/2017Houston Methodist Caring TeensMedical Volunteering ProgramF/MYYYYAll High School Grade Levelsnot updated yet3/4/2016Available NowVolunteer ProgramFreehttp://www.houstonmethodist.org/basic.cfm?id=37468In StateHoustonTX
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S.Dok1/1/2017University of Southern California --Bodyworks: Human Physiology in Health and DiseaseMedicineF/MYYYYAll Highschool Grade Levelsnot udpated yetN/AN/Ahttps://summerprograms.usc.edu/programs/4-week/Out of stateLos AngelesCAThe 4-Week college immersion program offers high school students university experience in a subject area of their choice. Courses are interactive, engaging and challenging, allowing students to explore new areas of study or build on their high school coursework. Choose from over 20 courses in a variety of subject areas. Benefit from academic instruction and support from faculty and staff. Receive 3 units of USC elective credit upon successful completion of the 4-Week course. Courses are designed to be both challenging and engaging. Depending on the specific course, you may expect group work, hands-on lab experience, field trips, guest speakers and/or an encompassing final project. Each student may register for only one course, as each course requires 5 to 6 hours of instruction per day.
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S.Dok1/1/2017Summer Program At GeorgetownMedicalF/MYYYNFreshmans, Sophmores, JuniorsJune 18 - July 7, 2017
June 18 - July 29, 2017
June 11 - August 11, 2017
4/15/20161/1/2016Application Fee: $50http://scs.georgetown.edu/departments/21/summer-programs-for-high-school-students/about-the-program/how-to-applyOut of stateWashington, D.CDuring your one-week institute, you will get a snapshot of the Georgetown medical school curriculum and the field of medicine where you will address topics such as human anatomy and physiology, microbiology and infectious diseases, surgery, cancer, and biomedical ethics. Students will have the opportunity to work in the Gross Anatomy Lab and with a patient simulator and focus on some of today's pressing medical issues, such as preventative medicine, heart disease and HIV. The Georgetown Medical Center includes the nationally ranked School of Medicine and School of Nursing & Health Studies, in addition to the world-renowned Lombardi Cancer Center. Application will open in January 2016.
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S.Dok1/1/2017Camp Cardiac- University of St. ThomasMedicalF/MYYYYAll Highschool Grade Levelsnot updated yetN/A2/1/2016Camp Cardiac is a 1-week (Monday to Friday) summer day camp running daily from 8:30am to 4:00pm. The camp is open to all high school students (including Spring/Summer 2015 graduates) at least 15 years and older as of first day of assigned session.
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S.Dok1/1/2017Gains in the Education of Mathematics and Science [GEMS]STEMF/MYYNNAll Highschool Grade Levelsnot updated yet 4/1/20162/1/2016http://www.usaeop.com/programs/stem-enrichment-activities/gems/InstateSan AntonioTXGains in the Education of Mathematics and Science [GEMS] is an Army-sponsored, summer STEM enrichment program for middle and high school students that takes place in participating Army Research Laboratories. GEMS is driven by the overarching mission: to interest young people, who might not otherwise give serious thought to becoming scientists or engineers, in STEM careers early enough in their education so that they have the time to attain the appropriate academic training. The program is based on a multi-disciplinary educational curriculum, and is focused on age and grade-appropriate hands-on activities, in areas such as science, engineering, mathematics, computational sciences, computational biology, biomedical sciences, chemistry and biology.
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S.Dok1/1/2017The eCybermission programSTEMF/MYNNNFreshmanN/A2/29/20168/1/2015https://www.ecybermission.comInstateSan AntonioTXThe eCybermission program gives students the chance to explore how science, technology, engineering, and mathematics work in their world. This emphasis on STEM and a chance for students to engage in science and engineering practices makes eCybermission an excellent addition to your classroom. Below you can find the Engineering, Technology, and Applications of Science (ETS) performance expectations that align with eCYbermission from the Next Generation Science Standards. Also, based on the direction you give your students their specific investigations can meet Physical, Life, and Earth and Space Science standards (not listed here).
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S.Dok1/1/2017SHSU Summer Program Criminal JusticeCriminal justice F/MYYYYStudents form ages 15 - 17 Session I: June 18 - 22
Session II: June 25 - 29
Session III: July 9 - 13
Session IV: July 16 - 20
4/1/2016AvailableFinancial Aid AvailableTuition fee: $650Website: http://www.shsu.edu/academics/criminal-justice/camps/ Application: http://www.shsu.edu/academics/criminal-justice/resources/documents/camp-app.pdfInstateHuntsvilleTXIf you have dreams of a career in criminal justice, come get a glimpse of the real deal. Visit with law enforcement agents, professors, and criminal justice students, as well as go on tours of a prison, crime lab, and morgue. Participate in activities that give you hands-on experience, such as investigating a mock crime scene, being arrested, arresting someone else, and the like.
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S.Dok1/1/2017Rice Summer Business InstituteBusiness and FinanceF/MNYYNRising Juniors and Seniorsnot updated yet4/1/2016AvailableFreehttp://business.rice.edu/rsbi_app/InstateHoustonTXIntroduce a group of ambitious high-school students from low and moderate income communities to the world of business, broadening their expectations of career paths that are possible for them. Sow seeds for developing diverse business leaders for Houston’s future.
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S.Dok1/1/2017UPENN Medicine Summer ProgramMedicineF/MNNYYJuniors and Seniorsnot updated yet 3/18/2016AvailableFinancial Aid AvailableApplication Fee: $100 Tuition Fee: $7,500http://www.jkcp.com/program/penn-medicine-summer-program-for-high-school-students.phpOut of StatePhiladelphiaPAThe Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania offers a unique four-week summer medical program for highly motivated high school juniors and seniors. Guided and taught by Penn Medicine faculty and students, you will be immersed into the many worlds and opportunities of medicine as you explore career possibilities. Penn Medicine is one of the top medical school programs for high school students and features lectures, demonstrations, labs, discussions, a variety of hands-on sessions, simulations, and selected visits to hospital sites designed to expose you to the fascinating world of modern medicine. Experience several different medical careers and get an in depth perspective on what it takes to become a doctor. It’s an opportunity to experience what medical school is really like and evaluate if it is the right choice for you.
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S.Dok1/1/2017The University of Houston Summer Art ProgramArts, Literature, and FilmF/MYYYYAll Highschool Grade Levels ; at least a 3.0 cumulative grade-point averagenot updated yet 5/2/2016AvailableFinancial Aid AvailableVaries by specific programhttp://wonderworkshouston.orgInstateHoustonTXWonderworks is a non-profit organization that provides Houston-area high school students with pre-college summer learning experiences in arts, literature and media. By exploring challenging subject matter and techniques in a college setting with college-level instructors, students acquire skills, information, outlooks, and connections that significantly expand their cultural and academic horizons. In the process, they also become better-qualified college applicants and better equipped to succeed in undergraduate studies.
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S.Dok1/1/2017Neubauer Family Adelante Summer Scholars ProgramScholarsF/MNNYNJuniors Orientation:
June 17-18; class meets June 19 to July 7, 2017; MTWRF 9am-4pm (one-hour lunch break)
3/15/2016AvailableFinancial Aid AvailableFreehttp://summer.uchicago.edu/high-school/neubauer-summer-scholarsOut of StateChicagoILStudents selected will receive a full scholarship to participate in one of two Summer Session courses: Collegiate Writing: Awakening Into Consciousness and Contagion: Infectious Agents and Emerging Diseases. Even if you don't plan to study English or Biology in college, being a Neubauer Family Adelante Summer Scholar is a great way to get an early look at college-level classes and get a feel for life on campus--and to have a ton of fun in the process. You'll spend the morning gaining hands-on experience from teachers who are experts in their fields and the evening exploring Chicago with your classmates.
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S.Dok1/1/2017West Point Summer Leadership ExperienceMilitary and AcademicsF/MNNYNBe a high school junior (current year) ; be a US citizen ; reach the age of 17 by July 1st, 2017 (the year they would be a USMA freshman) ; MUST have a valid PSAT, PLAN, SAT or ACT test scoreSession 1: 03 June - 09 June 2017
Session 2: 10 June - 16 June 2017
3/30/2016Available$400http://www.usma.edu/admissions/sitepages/summer.aspxOut of StateWest PointNYThe Summer Leaders Experience (SLE) application is now open for high school juniors. SLE is highly competitive - there are normally 6,000 applicants and 1,000 attendees. SLE gives high school juniors a week to experience life as a cadet to inform their college selection decision. SLE is a fast-paced program of academic classes, military training, physical fitness training and intramural athletics conducted during the month of June each year. You must have standardized test scores to be considered for SLE.
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S.Dok1/1/2017Rutgers Pre-Engineering Summer AcademyEngineeringF/MNNYYBe between the ages of 16-18 ; Have completed courses in precalculus and physics ; Submit an online applicationJuly 9-15, 20175/15/2016AvailableTuition fee: $2,239 Application fee: $100http://summer.rutgers.edu/preengineeringOut of StateNew BrunswickNJThe Pre-Engineering Summer Academy at Rutgers University is an intensive one-week certificate program (July 31 - August 6, 2016) that will introduce participants to aerospace, biomedical, civil, computer, electrical, forensic, and mechanical engineering through an integrated program of lectures, demonstrations, hands-on projects, tours, and field trips.
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S.Dok1/1/2017Yale Young Global ScholarsScholarsF/MNYYNDifferent requirements for each individual program. (Visit website)July 27 - August 9, 2017 Politics, Law, & Economics (PLE) ; July 9 - July 22, 2017: Applied Science & Engineering (ASE)

July 9 - July 22, 2017 International Affairs & Security (IAS) ; July 27 - August 9, 2017 Biological & Biomedical Science (BBS)

June 19 - July 2, 2017Sustainability, Energy, & Environment (SEE) June 19 - July 2, 2017 Frontiers of Math and Science
2/11/2016AvailableApplication fee: $55 Tuition fee: $5,500http://globalscholars.yale.eduOut of StateNew HavenCTAn official Yale University program, participants in the Yale Young Global Scholars Program for Outstanding High School Students can expect an amazing summer experience studying in beautiful campus lecture halls and classrooms, living in Yale’s historic residential colleges, eating in award-winning dining halls, meeting a talented community of fellow students, engaging with world-renowned professors, and interacting with extraordinary visiting practitioners.
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S.Dok1/1/2017Texas Advanced Computing CenterStem ProgramF/MNYYNSophmore and Juniorsnot updated yet 4/13/2016AvailableFreehttps://www.tacc.utexas.edu/education/stem-programs/code-at-taccIn StateAustinTXCODE @ TACC is an innovative and exciting summer program that incorporates a project based learning approach to expose students to Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) careers. Students will foster their talent and creativity by being introduced to the principles of high performance computing, life sciences, networking, robotics, and electronics.

All 10th and 11th grade high school students are welcome to apply. We encourage the participation of underrepresented students in the program, especially those with limited access to technology or programming experience.

Thirty students will be accepted to participate in CODE @ TACC, and will be housed in a campus dorm in 2016.
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S.Dok1/1/2017Colege of Natural Science- UT AustinHigh School Summer Research AcademyF/MNyYySophmore and Juniors. To be eligible for participation in one of these summer research programs, students must be 15 years or older and be either a junior or senior in the upcoming 2016-17 academic year.Summer 2016
Research Methods will be Monday to Thursday from 9am-3pm
Session I June 6 to 30
Session II July 18 to August 11
4/1/2016AvailableThe cost for Summer 2016 will be $700.https://cns.utexas.edu/tides/students/summer-research-academyIn StateAustinTXThe Summer High School Research Academy allows high school participants to join researchers in the College of Natural Sciences where they will become members of a research team. The participants will see how research works by being directly involved in research projects on the UT-Austin campus. They will learn advanced techniques and interact with students and faculty at UT. By being involved in research, the students will experience the joy of discovery that is central to being a scientist. This is a unique opportunity that will give high school students a real taste of life as a researcher.
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S.Dok1/1/2017UT AustinMcCombs Future Executive Academy F/MNYYNSophmore and JuniorsMcCombs Future Executive Academy (MFEA): June 4, 2017 – June 9, 2017

McCombs Discover Yourself in Accounting Majors and Careers Program (DYNAMC): June 18, 2017 – June 23, 2017
4/1/20162/8/2016Freehttp://www.mccombs.utexas.edu/BBA/Academics/Summer-High-School-ProgramsIn StateAustinTXMcCombs Future Executive Academy is an all-expense paid program designed to introduce students from diverse backgrounds to opportunities that await with a business education at the top-ranked McCombs School of Business. MFEA participants will have the opportunity to attend classes taught by world-renowned faculty, network with business professionals and work together to develop a marketing plan for an Austin-based organization while making new friends and gaining a glimpse of life as a Longhorn.
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S.Dok1/1/2017UT AustinMcCombs Discover Yourself in Accounting Majors and Careers F/MNYYNSophmore and JuniorsMcCombs Future Executive Academy (MFEA): June 4, 2017 – June 9, 2017

McCombs Discover Yourself in Accounting Majors and Careers Program (DYNAMC): June 18, 2017 – June 23, 2017
4/1/20162/8/2016Freehttp://www.mccombs.utexas.edu/BBA/Academics/Summer-High-School-ProgramsIn StateAustinTXMcCombs Discover Yourself in Accounting Majors and Careers takes place from June 21-26, 2015 and is an all-expenses paid program that offers high school students from diverse backgrounds the chance to explore career paths in accounting. DYNAMC is the perfect opportunity to learn new skills, make new connections, and see all the advantages there are to being a part of the nation's #1 accounting program.
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S.Dok1/1/2017UH-DowntownHOUSTON PRE-FRESHMAN ENRICHMENT PROGRAM (HOUSTON PREP)F/MYYYYApplicants must have successfully completed the 7th, 8th, or 9th grade prior to entering the First Year of PREP.not updated yet 4/1/2016AvailableFreehttps://www.uhd.edu/academics/sciences/outreach/houston-prep/Pages/hou-prep-application.aspxIn StateHoustonTXPREP is an intensive mathematics-based pre-college enrichment program, which provides educational enrichment opportunities for high ability middle and high school students
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S.Dok1/1/2017US SenateUnited States Senate Youth Program (USSYP)F/MNNYYOnly Juniors adn SeniorsSummer week long9/15/2016Available$5000 college scholarship for the participantsfreehttp://tea.texas.gov/USSYP/Out of StateWashigntonDCThe United States Senate Youth Program (USSYP) is a unique educational experience for talented junior or senior high school students who demonstrate outstanding leadership and a strong commitment to public service.
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S.Dok1/1/2017Columbia UniversityJunior Senior DivisionF/mYYNNFreshmen &SophomoresDepends on Program encouraged to apply As soon as possible
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S.Dok1/1/2017Columbia UniversityOne Week IntensiveYYYYStudents entering grades 9 through 12 and freshman year of college are eligible for the One-Week Intensive commuter program. One week during the summer Application will be available by December for 2017
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S.Dok1/1/2017Duke UniversityDuke Summer College for High School Students M/FNYYNHigh school students varies by programJuly 9- August 4April 14Now openApplication Fee: $50http://summersession.duke.edu/high-school-students4-week credit-bearing program offered by Duke University attracts students who represent the next generation of leaders from around the world. Immerse yourself in an international college experience by enrolling in this elite program designed to provide high school students with an academic and residential environment that is conducive to collegiate success.
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S.Dok1/1/2017Duke UniversityDuke Summer Academy for High School StudentsM/FYYYYHigh school students varies by programJuly 15- August 4April 14Now openApplication Fee: $50http://summersession.duke.edu/high-school-studentsSummer Academy for High School Students, a three-week, non-credit-bearing program offered by Duke University
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