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Out of State Programs
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Program Name DeadlineLocationAge/GradeWebsiteContactDescription
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Cooper Union Summer STEM ProgramMarch 8, 2019New YorkSophs&Jr's
https://cooper.edu/engineering/summer-stem?cbe_email=jhagenauer@herronhighschool.org
summerSTEM@cooper.edu
The Summer STEM Program is a six-week intensive that immerses students in hands-on engineering design and problem-solving. Faculty and teaching assistants from the departments of civil, chemical, electrical, and mechanical engineering provide students with foundational knowledge and expert guidance to address real-world problems in their respective disciplines of expertise.
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Cornell's CATALYST AcademyMarch 15, 2019New YorkJr's&Sr's
https://sites.coecis.cornell.edu/catalystacademy/
dpeng@cornell.edu
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Cornell's CURIE AcademyMarch 15, 2019New YorkJr's&Sr's
https://sites.coecis.cornell.edu/curieacademy/
dpeng@cornell.edu
Students also attend workshops on college and career planning and presentation and writing skills. Most projects include at least one field trip to a local business, museum, or exhibition to enhance the students’ experience. This program culminates with each group presenting their work to an audience of invited guests.
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Summer Sustainability at the U of DaytonMarch 30, 2019OhioJr's&Sr's
www.go.udayton.edu/summersustainability
mccarthys1@udayton.edu
Cost $3,000. Participants will earn one college credit and experience a wide range of educational activities, including: Visits to conventional and alternative farms; Trips to local markets and grocery stores; Preparing and experiencing a farm-to-table meal; Helping out in a local, urban garden.
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Summer Scholars at Washington UniversityApril 1, 2019Missouri
https://summerexperiences.wustl.edu/scholars
b.baker@wustl.edu
5 wk session. Scholarship assistance is available. 5-6 Units:$7,775. 7 Units: $8,425. Courses in the humanities, math, sciences, and social sciences
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Hillsdale College Liberty & Learning Youth Conference
April 1, 2019MichiganSoph-Sr
https://www.hillsdale.edu/academics/high-school-study/liberty-learning-youth-conference/
Cost $275. "You’ll study the American Founding and the principles of Constitutional government, receive a supervised introduction to shooting sports, and enjoy the beauty of the Hillsdale College campus. By competing in a Constitutional essay contest, you’ll also have an opportunity to win a $4,000 renewable scholarship to Hillsdale College."
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Engineering Summer Academy at Penn StateApril 5, 2019PennsylvaniaJr's&Sr'sesap.seas.upenn.edu/
esap@seas.upenn.edu
$7,400 (Financial Aid available) The Engineering Summer Academy at Penn (ESAP) welcomes highly motivated and talented students to explore Engineering at the college level.  The Academy’s intensive, three-week programs combine sophisticated theory with hands-on practical experience in cutting edge technologies.
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College Access Program University of Wisconsin
April 12, 2019Wisconsinfreshman-Soph
www.education.wisc.edu/cap
608-265-0844
$500, 3 week program You will how to prepare for college, develop skills that are needed for college and figure out what it's like to live on campus
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Duke University Summer SessionApril 15, 2019
North Carolina
Soph-Sr
http://summersession.duke.edu/high-school-students/summer-college-for-high-school-students
summercollege@duke.edu
Cost $5950. This 4-week credit-bearing program offered by Duke University attracts students who represent the next generation of leaders from around the world.
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Foresight Prep at Oberlin CollegeApril 16, 2019OhioSoph-Sr
http://www.foresightprep.org/apply
jenny@foresightdesign.org
$3,400 with scholarships available. This program offers a rare opportunity for high school students concerned about social and environmental issues to better understand and realize their personal and professional potential, and capacity for positive impact.
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IIT Architecture Summer CampApril 19, 2019IllinoisFresh-Sr
http://arch.iit.edu/study/eia
arch@iit.edu
$1,725 covers 13-night stay and meals. Architectural drawing and model-making practice which can be used in college portfolios. No previous skills required.
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U of TN College of Architecture & Design Camp
April 29, 2018TennesseeSoph-Sr
http://archdesign.utk.edu/news-events/design-matters-camp/
designmatters@utk.edu
$985 Scholarships available. This week-long immersion will provide the opportunity to experience life as a design student on the dynamic University of Tennessee campus through the camp’s setting, curriculum, and instruction.  Previous architecture or design experience is not necessary.  Students must have completed their freshman year in high school and be 17 years or under to attend.
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The university of Alabama Early CollegeApril 29, 2019Alabama
Sr's or taken UAEC200
uaearlycollege.ua.edu205-348-70834 week program, live on campus and take 2 classes,and get engaged with campus life
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Miami U Summer ScholarsMay 1, 2019OhioSoph&Jr
miamiOH.edu/summerscholars
summerscholars@miamiOH.edu
2 weeks; explore topic of choice with faculty; advantage for those who choose to apply to Miami; Total cost = $1,450 ($350 enrollment fee & $1,100 program fee)
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Case Western Reserve Pre-College Summer Programs
May 1, 2019OhioFresh-Sr's
case.edu/summerprograms
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Cornell University Summer CollegeMay 3, 2019New York
summercollege.cornell.edu
summer_college@cornell.edu
Earn 3-6 college credits in courses taught by top Cornell faculty, prepare for college applications and have one-on-one admissions counseling.
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Minority Engineering and Tech Camp for MenMay 15, 2018OhioSeniors
https://www.udayton.edu/engineering/k-12-programs/metec/index.php
(937) 229-5080, udengineering@udayton.edu
Cost is $200. For minority HS seniors. You’ll learn more about career paths in the fields of engineering and technology, get tips to prepare for college success, and have time to engage in a number of social and recreational activities while here at the University of Dayton
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Sarah lawerence CampsMay 15,2019New YorkSoph-Sr's
https://www.sarahlawrence.edu/summer/pre-college/
914-337-0700Multiple program options, costs ranging around $8,000. Housing not offered on campus.
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George Washington University Pre-CollegeMay 15, 2019
Washington, DC
Jr's&Sr's
https://summer.gwu.edu/precollege
gwsummer@gwu.edu
3-Week College Intensive: $6,627. 6-Week College Intensive: 2 courses: $9,934; 1 course: $6,766; Online: $4,523. 2-Week Summer Immersion Camp: $2,827. Scholarship opportunities available. Choose from either the (3 or 6 week) College Intensive camp for college credit, or the (2 week) Summer Immersion Camp for no credit. Areas of study include arts, business, communications, government and politics, history and humanities, and STEM.
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Pharmacy Camp at CedarvilleMay 29, 2019Ohio Jr's&Sr's
cedarville.edu/pharmacycamp
1-800-233-2784
cost $400, a week long, getting to know faculty and students and see what pharmacists do one a daily. The websites gives more info on what to pack and things to wear
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Women in Engineering Summer CampJune 1, 2017Ohio
Upcoming Sophs-Sr's
go.udayton.edu/wie
udengineering@udayton.edu
Camp already full for 2019. Cost is $700. The Women in Engineering Summer Camp at the University of Dayton is a Sunday-through-Friday experience that gives you the chance to dabble in engineering through hands-on, learn-by-doing activities
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Marlboro Pre-College ExperienceJune 17, 2017VermontAges 15-18
www.Marlboro.edu/summer
summer@marlboro.edu
12 students per program. 1wk/1 credit $1,100; 1wk/no credit: $950. 2wk/2 credit: $2,200; 2wk/no-credit: $1,900. Financial Aid available.Sessions include: Philosophy, Ludology, Chemistry, Speech Matters, Ways of Knowing, Environmental Science, Theatre Unleashed, Ecology.
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AAAS Mass Media Science & Engineering Program
Jan 15, 2020
Washington, DC
Seniors
http://www.aaas.org/page/apply
mmfellowship@aaas.org
No cost. Students recieve a $5,000 stipend. This 10-week summer program places science, engineering, and mathematics students at media organizations nationwide. Fellows use their academic training as they research, write, and report today’s headlines, sharpening their abilities to communicate complex scientific issues to the public.
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Young Leadership ConsortiumFebruary 2020ChicagoSeniors
https://ylc.hsfts.net/yls-application?SFMC_cid=EM116940-&rid=47760972
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Experiment in Architecture at Illinois TechFeb 28, 2019IllinoisJr's&Sr's
https://admissions.iit.edu/summer
onestop@itt.edu30 students selected - Commuter program is $875, Residential program is $1,500
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Embry-Riddle Summer Camp
March 1.2019
ArizonaAges 15-18
http://summercamps.erau.edu/camps/index.html
prsummer@erau.edu
Choose from aerospace engineering, computer engineering, drone flight exploration, spy, wildlife, volleyball,basketball, or soccer camps. Varied pricing with scholarships available.
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George Washington Univ.- Caminos Al Futuro
March 1.2019
Washing DCJr's
https://summer.gwu.edu/caminos
gwcaminos@gwu.edu.
Impacting Hispanic adn Latinx community, $50 fee, 3 essays and letter of recommendation
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Entrepreneurship 101March 1, 2019OhioJr's&Sr's
https://udayton.edu/apply/undergraduate/hsprograms/entrepreneurship-101.php
vlewis1@udayton.edu
Cost $3,000. During this two-week residential program, you'll learn more about entrepreneurship, including the idea generation process, the Lean Canvas Model and elevator pitches, all while experiencing life as a UD student and exploring the local Dayton community.
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Leadership 101March 1, 2019OhioJr's & Sr's
https://udayton.edu/apply/undergraduate/hsprograms/leadership-101.php
amescher1@udayton.edu.
Cost $1,650 During this one-week, residential learning experience, students will gain an understanding of the foundations of leadership, assess their own leadership behavior to determine their unique leadership style and create a personal leadership development plan. This highly interactive session includes in-depth discussions, collaborative exchange of ideas, classes, guest speakers and immersive site visits. Students will learn about the specific behaviors and actions of exemplary leadership; how to develop, lead, and participate in highly effective teams; and examine how critical skills such as communication, self-awareness, and conflict resolution impact leadership and their ability to lead others. In addition to these experiences, students will also have the opportunity to compete for up to $40,000 in UD scholarship dollars by participating in a leadership development competition.
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Yale Summer Program March 4, 2019Connecticut Jr's&Sr'shttps://yspa.yale.edu/
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Reynolds Young Writers Workshop at Denison U
March 5, 2019OhioJr's&Sr's
https://reynolds.denison.edu/
reynoldswriting@denison.edu
$1,300 financial assistance available. The Reynolds Young Writers Workshop at Denison is an energizing 8-day program for motivated high school students who love to write.The workshop is held each June on the beautiful campus of Denison University, a leading liberal arts college, in the village of Granville, Ohio.
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Explore your Future at RIT - Deaf /hard of hearing students
unknownNew YorkJr's&Sr'swww.rit.edu/NTID/EYFEYFinfo@rit.edu.
$700, scholarships available. EYF activities expose you to careers in art, business, computer science, engineering, health sciences, information technology and science.
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Miami U Summer Craft WorkshopsunknownOhioSeniors
https://summer.gwu.edu/precollege
craftsummer@miamioh.edu
Non-credit weekend: $290; Non-credit weeklong: $485. 1 Credit weekend: $1259.70; 1.5 Credit weeklong: $1889.55
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Arabic or Spanish Academy at St. Michael's College
unknownVermontFresh-Sr
https://campscui.active.com/orgs/MiddleburyInteractiveLanguages?_ga=1.29121657.493585501.1484928042#/selectSessions/1546804
academies@middleburyinteractive.com
$5,995 financial assistance available. The Academy is an enriching program for motivated middle school and high school students who want to accelerate their language skills, while enjoying a pre-college summer camp experience with other like-minded teens. Language immersion can be challenging, but choosing to spend a summer learning a language at the Academy offers a number of tangible benefits.
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SD Mines Summer CampsunknownSouth DakotaFresh-Sr
http://www.sdsmt.edu/SummerCamps/
Taylor.Davis@sdsmt.edu
Scholarships available. Each camp lasts five days and students come here from all over the country to attend.  While here, students live on campus and also get to explore some of the activities and attractions that the Rushmore Region is famous for.
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St. John's Summer AcademyunknownNew MexicoAges 15-18
https://www.sjc.edu/summer-academy
santafe.academy@sjc.edu
A hands-on introduction to college life, our program helps students hone their reading, critical thinking, and discussion skills. Cost is $1,100 per week with financial assistance available.
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Hilladale College High School Summer Travel Course
unknown
4 trip locatoins
Soph-Sr's
https://www.hillsdale.edu/academics/high-school-study/
Travel to England, England and France, Italy or Washington D.C. and earn three college credits with Hillsdale College.
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ASM Materials Campvaries25 locationsJr's&Sr's
http://www.asminternational.org/foundation/students/materials-camps/schedule
asmmaterialscampstudent@asminternational.org
Camps are FREE. Incoming high school juniors and seniors with proven aptitudes in science and math are encouraged to seek additional information.
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Global Scholarsrolling
Washington, DC
Fresh-Sr
https://ampglobalyouth.org/global-scholar/
globalscholar@aidemocracy.org
Explore global challenges including security, poverty, climate change, refugees, and global health. Scholars also create projects or campaings to launch back home. Scholarships available to cover tuition.
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Summer Honors Engineering CamprollingOhioSoph-Sr's
https://www.udayton.edu/engineering/k-12-programs/summer_honors_engineering_camp/index.php
udengineering@udayton.edu
Learn what distinguishes chemical, civil, electrical and mechanical engineering through hands-on activities. Cost is $700.
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Minority Engineering & Tech Camp for Young Men
unknownOhioSeniors
https://www.udayton.edu/engineering/k-12-programs/metec/apply-now.php
udengineering@udayton.edu
Open to minority male seniors with a minimum 3.0 GPA, $200 for the week long experience
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Women in Engineering Summer CampunknownOhioFresh-Jr
https://www.udayton.edu/engineering/k-12-programs/women_in_engineering_summer_camp/index.php
udengineering@udayton.edu
$700 week long experience, financial assistance availble, limited to 90 participants
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School of the Art Institute Summer ProgramunknownIllinoisAges 15-18saic.edu/ecpsi
ecp@saic.edu, 312-629-6170
2-4 week sessions; deepen knowledge, explore different art media
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Cornell College Summer IowaJr's&Sr's
https://www.cornellcollege.edu/one-course-summer-institute/application-and-costs.shtml
319.895.4350
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Adelphi University Pre-College Program unknownNew York Soph-Sr's
http://precollege.adelphi.edu/
516.877.3106 dveron@adelphi.edu
Essay no more than 200 words, trips to New York City, Need Letter of recommendations and 3 transferable collge credit
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Scholars Academy at Monmouth CollegerollingIllinois
scholarsacademy.monmouthcollege.edu
scholarsacademy@monmothcollege.edu
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Furman Summer Scholarsunknown
South Carolina
Jr's&Sr's
furman.edu/summerscholars
summer.scholars@furman.edu
One week $1,200, Two weeks $2,200 No financial assistance available. Challenge your mind, make new friends, and have fun while taking part in lectures, discussions, debates, laboratory research, field trips, group and individual projects, and so much more!
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Cornell Summer College Programrolling
New YorkSoph-Sr's
summercollege.cornell.edu
607.255.6203/ summer_college@cornell.edu
2 week program (no academic credit earned): $4,250; 3-week: $6,310; 5-week: $10,560; 6-week: $12,825 (financial aid available) all with an additional $106 Student Health Fee. Students will take standard Cornell undergraduate classes in any program they choose. Program price & duration vary
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Oberlin Summer ProgramsrollingOhiovariesoberlin.edu/summer(440)775-8004
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University of Chicago Summer ProgramsrollingIllinoisvaries
https://summer.uchicago.edu/high-school-students
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