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As of 6/22/2022

Junior Achievement's Summer Leadership Forum: June 28th in Edison

Junior Achievement of New Jersey is hosting a free Summer Leadership Forum for high school students on Tuesday, June 28, at our Education Center in Edison.

High School Students will connect with and learn from leaders from a variety of careers and industries, build their leadership skills through hands-on activities, and enjoy a networking lunch.

Thanks to the support of our presenting sponsors, the program is free and open to all students ages 14-19.

Agenda:

8:30 Doors open for early arrivals

10:00 Welcoming Remarks

10:15 Morning Activities: Career Conversations, Teambuilding, Job Interview Skills

11:45 Networking lunch

12:15 Afternoon Activities: Career Conversations, Leadership Skills, Breakout Sessions

1:45 Awards and Recognition

2:00 Program Concludes

Pre-and post-activities will be available for students requiring an early drop-off or late pick-up for a flat fee of $40 per student. Fee is waived for all WFLA student ambassadors/council members.

Suggested attire: Dress to Impress!

Students are welcome to bring guests, but all students must register in advance. All student participants must complete and return JA's standard student permission slip and release form.

JANJ's teachers lounge will be available for parents/guardians who wish to remain onsite.

Program details and link to register.

As of 6/20/2022

Adelphi University Explore Our Summer Classes and Programs

There's still time to enroll in Adelphi's Summer Session II, July 6–August 9.

Summer at Adelphi is an opportunity to help your students get ahead, catch up and learn new skills. Browse our 300-plus in-person, online and hybrid summer courses. July 9 is the last day to register!

 Register Today

Announcing two Wellesley College virtual programs

VOICE—Wellesley’s College Access Program

AMPLIFY—Wellesley’s Leadership Series

As of 6/16/2022

RIT's - Virtual career exploration and college search event

College & Careers

July 20-21, 2022

50+ Virtual Interactive Workshops

There is no cost to participants.  

College & Careers, RIT's distinctive career exploration event, offers the opportunity for students to spend time interacting with college faculty, sampling possible areas of interest, doing career exploration, learning something new about themselves, and giving their future a test drive.

Similar to a conference, students may choose up to four interactive workshops that showcase future-focused careers. Here's just a sampling of the 50+ topics to choose from:

Register

Workshop Topics

Students should register soon, as many workshops will reach capacity.

As of 6/13/2022

Univ of Pittsburgh - School of Pharmacy Summer Program

What is P.I.E.R.?

P.I.E.R. is a 5 week program that introduces students to the profession of pharmacy.

This program includes:

Webinar Topics include:

Program is virtual for Summer 2022!

- 12 pm - 2pm, Fridays - July 8 t o August 5th, 2022

- Open to all high school and undergraduate students

- Applications due June 30, 2022

For questions, contact Suzanne Mannino

smm198@pitt.edu

Click Here t o Apply!

As of 6/10/2022

NJIT is hosting an event for future engineers

Female students considering a career in engineering? Join us along with other high school students for a special event at New Jersey Institute of Technology, where you can get an up-close look at our Newark College of Engineering.

REGISTER TODAY

Scheduled for Friday, July 22, 2022, from 8:30 a.m. until 5:00 p.m., Soaring High-Powered Excellence in Electrical and Computer Engineering will give you the opportunity to:

NJIT is home to the largest college of engineering in New Jersey, offering renowned and supportive faculty and state-of-the-art facilities such as the NJIT Makerspace, where students turn ideas into cutting-edge innovations.

As of 6/9/2022

 Heat Up Your Engineering Skills this Summer at Vaughn

Engineering is hotter than ever, and a summer at Vaughn can jumpstart your future.

Attend one or both of our free in-person summer programs which focus on the latest topics in computer engineering, cybersecurity, artificial intelligence and computer-aided design and manufacturing—and earn college credits toward your engineering degree.

SUMMER ENGINEERING EXPERIENCE (SEE-STEM)

June 21 - August 5

Register Here

SEE-STEM is a six-week residential program that will let you earn college credits towards your engineering degree. SEE-STEM is open to high school seniors considering an engineering degree, community college transfer students and Vaughn freshmen or sophomore students with a GPA of 2.8 or better. The program is focused on student development through building leadership skills while preparing incoming students for college life, both academically and socially.

How Do I Apply?

Complete this simple form. The program is free!

Send an email to engineering and technology department chair, Dr. Hossein Rahemia at hossein.rahemi@vaughn.edu  with your:

High school or Vaughn College transcript.

500-word essay explaining why you want to join the program, and academic/professional goals.

COMPUTER ENGINEERING BOOT CAMP

August 8 - 25

Register Here

The three-week Computer Engineering Boot Camp is open to high school seniors and all college students with an interest in computer engineering, cybersecurity and artificial intelligence. Students will learn about the most influential topics in the industry through theory and hands-on practice to achieve top-down 360° understanding.

How Do I Apply?

Attend our Computer Engineering Bootcamp Info. Session on Tuesday, June 28 at 6 p.m. and get all your questions answered. Register here.

Already interested? Fill out this simple form and we will confirm your acceptance and provide further details.

Summer Training & Enrichment Programs for Underrepresented Persons (STEP-UP)

At Jefferson

The Jefferson College of Rehabilitation Sciences at Thomas Jefferson University will be hosting its inaugural high school Summer Training & Enrichment Program for Underrepresented Persons (STEP-UP) on the East Falls campus.

The JCRS High School STEP-UP program is open to rising high school juniors and seniors who are interested in careers in exercise science, physical therapy, occupational therapy, athletic training and speech-language pathology and who are traditionally underrepresented in these disciplines. This includes students who identify with historically marginalized communities, including:

The program aims to increase students’ knowledge of the role of these disciplines on the health care team. During this program, student will also learn about academic programs and curricular experiences that will prepare students for a competitive undergraduate and graduate application. The program will include:

The program is offered at no cost to the student and is anticipated to run Tuesday, August 2 and Wednesday, August 3 from approximately 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 pm.

 Visit the program’s website for more information.

As of 6/7/2022

Summer Academy at Jefferson

Jefferson Career Discovery

Rising high school juniors and seniors are invited to explore different career opportunities at the college level this summer with our pre-college experiences at Jefferson. Our Summer Academy programs offer hands-on courses taught by our faculty and experts in the industry, with connections to our current students and alumni.

These courses give students an opportunity to explore a variety of professional fields, while learning about different college and career pathways. These internship style experiences are a great way to explore multiple professional fields, while building your resume.

Summer Academy Programs:

Architecture & The Built Environment Academy - The College of Architecture & the Built Environment is offering a virtual summer design course for students to explore the architectural design and construction fields including architecture, interior design, landscape architecture, historic preservation and construction management.

Kanbar College of Design, Engineering & Commerce - Students who are interested in learning about design or business can explore three summer programs offered by the Kanbar College of Design, Engineering & Commerce. These on-campus programs will focus on textile design, fashion design and fashion merchandising and management.

SummerScience@Jefferson - Students seeking a future in science can explore this 4-week virtual program offered by the College of Life Sciences. Students will learn from our science faculty and engage in research projects conducted in an online environment.

Summer Training & Enrichment Program for Underrepresented Persons (STEP-UP) - Students interested in exercise science, physical therapy, occupational therapy, athletic training and speech-language pathology and who are traditionally underrepresented in these disciplines are invited to join the College of Rehabilitation Sciences for a two day program.

If you know of any rising juniors or seniors, who have expressed interest in these future career opportunities, please encourage them to register using the links above.

If you have questions, feel free to contact us at enroll@jefferson.edu  or 215-951-2800.

As of 6/6/2022

Rensselaer Architecture Career Discovery Program

Summer break is nearly here – and as you know, it is a great time for your students to explore what piques their interest! Students with an interest in art, science, and technology, we are excited to invite you to register for our Architecture Career Discovery Program.

This two-week class, taught entirely online, is designed to expose students to the experience of enrolling in a high-quality undergraduate architecture program. High school students entering 10th, 11th, and 12th grade in the fall, who are interested in future careers in architecture or design-related fields and have a curiosity about the world, are encouraged to apply.

Monday, July 11 – Friday, July 22 (9 a.m. –  4 p.m. EDT)

Course outline: The core of this course is studio work. In studio, students are immersed in a rigorous creative process that starts with an idea, the development of abstract models, and ultimately leads to the design of an exciting and innovative architectural building proposal. Critique and evaluation of studio work is continuous, occurring in one-on-one discussions with the instructor and in larger group reviews with invited architectural critics. Studio work is complemented by a series of lectures and presentations, which explore the broader context of architectural practice, contemporary projects and practitioners, as well as more technical concerns such as drawing and model making. At the end of the program, students will have beginning proficiency in the following software: Rhinoceros (3D modeling), Adobe Illustrator (2D drawing), and Adobe Photoshop (image editing).

 Monday, July 11 – Friday, July 22 (9 a.m. – 4 p.m. EDT)

Register Now

Registration will be on a first-come, first-served basis

Program cost: $1200

We look forward to introducing students to a field that combines art, science and technology! If you have any questions, please contact the Rensselaer Summer Programs Office at soaps@rpi.edu .

As of 6/2/2022

Cybersecurity Careers Bootcamp 2022

Are you a high school student interested in a career that offers excitement, competitive compensation, satisfaction, and numerous growth opportunities? Do you want to learn about different paths to cybersecurity careers and build a solid foundation for long term success? Then come to our online Cybersecurity Careers Bootcamp!

 In this Cybersecurity Careers Bootcamp, you will:

Register today for Cybersecurity Careers Bootcamp 2022

Date: July 11 – July 15

Time: 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. EDT

Registration link: https://lnkd.in/eqQJB8yD 

Use code “NJCCIC” to waive the registration fee.

As of 5/31/2022

Virtual Internships for High School Students at Illinois Tech

An Illinois Tech education offers our students more than a degree from a top-tier, comprehensive tech-focused university. We guarantee that our students receive the hands-on, real-world experiences that help them develop the twenty-first century skills that employers seek and that they’ll need to lead and innovate in the future.

High school students can get a taste of the Illinois Tech experience through our virtual internship program—all before they ever step foot on campus. Plus, these online internships will prepare them for remote work, a new global standard. Plus, 50 percent of employers expect internships to have a virtual component, according to the National Association of Colleges and Employers.

This online opportunity can set your students apart.

STUDENTS APPLY TODAY

Students who complete a virtual internship this summer will earn a $1000 EDGE award, which can immediately be applied towards any Elevate College Prep summer experience. And, if they decide to pursue their bachelor's degree at Illinois Tech, your EDGE award can be used towards any Elevate experience—including study away, research, and internships!

By participating in a virtual internship offered by Illinois Tech, students will learn core competencies in highly relevant and in-demand industries. Illinois Tech’s virtual internship program has opportunities available for students this summer. Learn more about how to help your students gain the valuable work experience that will help them connect the dots between their college education and the next-generation, human-centered skills that employers seek.

St. Francis College--College Prep & Readiness Summer Institute

St. Francis College is excited to announce that we are once again offering our College Preparation and Readiness Summer Institute in collaboration with Cerberus Capital Management.

This free four-week summer program is designed to prepare high school students for a smooth and successful transition to college life by adopting the four pillars of focus:

•    Finance

•    Management

•    Technology

•    Leadership

 

College Preparation and Readiness is the perfect opportunity for students to explore college options, learn more about different degree programs, and pick up tips and tricks to thrive as a college student.

Operating on a hybrid schedule, College Preparation and Readiness will take place three days a week from Monday, July 5 – Thursday, July 28.

Let SFC and Cerberus Capital help your students stand out from the crowd and become college bound!

Space in the program is limited. We are offering students from our top partner high schools priority registration. If you are working with any students who you feel would benefit from this program please have them complete our interest form at www.sfc.edu/summer/collegeprep  by Friday, June 3. All students who submit their application by our priority deadline will be guaranteed a seat in the program.

Schedule at Glance:

Week 1- July 5-7 (Virtual) – 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

-    Technology with a focus on social media

Week 2- July 12-14 (Virtual) – 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

-    Finance and Accounting

Week 3- July 19-21 (In-Person) – 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

-    Problem Solving

Week 4 – July 26-28 (In-Person) – 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

-    Presentation and Public Speaking

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to reach out to the office at (718) 489-5200 or admissions@sfc.edu .

Summer 2022 1:1 AI Research Project Mentorship Program with Stanford/MIT Mentors

In this 10-hour individualized program, students work with an expert 1:1 mentor to carry out independent research and solve a real-world problem that they find interesting by crafting a computationally-integrated AI project. Inspirit’s AI mentors from Stanford, MIT, and leading universities guide students through the entire research process, from targeted domain research and project proposal to a culminating scientific paper and final research project. Please apply here by May 31st for summer sessions that start on or after June 10. Independent Project Mentorship Flyer

As of 5/19/2022

GovSTEMScholars Apps Open - Student Research Opportunity

Applications are now open for the Governor’s STEM Scholars, a program of the Research & Development Council of New Jersey. Among other opportunities, this program provides New Jersey college students with the opportunity to design and implement a real-world research project while leading a team of high school Scholars in the work. It's a great way to learn about the research design process, and build mentorship and leadership skills.

 

This highly competitive program provides New Jersey STEM students with the state’s STEM economy through quarterly conferences, field trips and master classes, and research opportunities.  The program is free of charge to all participants and applications are open at www.govstemscholars.com/apply through June 10, 2022.

 

Would you mind passing along information about the program to any students who may be interested?

 

Additionally, the Governor's STEM Scholars will host a application information call designed specifically for college students to learn more about the application process and research projects on Wednesday, May 25 from 6-7 pm. Register here.

Applications are now open for the 2023 Class of Governor’s STEM Scholars!

 

The Governor’s STEM Scholars brings together New Jersey’s high-achieving STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) students, from grades 10 through doctoral level, to connect with New Jersey STEM professionals and experts, learn about higher education and career pathways in STEM, participate in a STEM research project, and acquire important professional development skills. Learn how to apply at www.govstemscholars.com.

 

Discover NJ's STEM Economy

Scholars gain a 360° view of New Jersey’s STEM economy, through four conferences, held from September through May, focusing on government, academia, industry, and a commencement.

 

Network with STEM Professionals

Scholars will network with the state’s leading STEM researchers and professionals, meet C-level STEM professionals and executives through Fireside Chats, and connect with their peers who will be New Jersey’s next generation of research and innovation leaders.

 

Conduct Research

Led by college-level team leads, and mentored through professional STEM advisors, each Scholar produces a viable research project.

 

Explore STEM Facilities & Labs

Scholars will visit top STEM facilities and labs throughout New Jersey.

 

Gain Access to Internships

Scholars will get exclusive access to internship opportunities across the state.

 

Eligibility Requirements:

To be considered for the Governor's STEM Scholars, applicants must be a sophomore in high school through doctoral level as of Fall 2022; be enrolled in a New Jersey high school, college or university, or a certified as a home-schooled student in New Jersey; have a 3.5 cumulative GPA or higher; and show a strong commitment to STEM in New Jersey.

 

Application Process:

Interested applicants must complete a written application including an essay question, and submit a 60-second personal video, their high school or college transcript, a resume, and an optional letter of recommendation.  College-level applicants must also submit a proposal for a research project to be conducted by a team of Scholars and funded by the Governor’s STEM Scholars. Learn how to apply at www.govstemscholars.com.

 

As of 5/18/2022

University of Dayton summer Opportunites

SEE-UD Engineering Events

Summer Engineering Experiences at the University of Dayton (SEE-UD) are now open to all high school students! We are offering both on-campus and virtual opportunities. Students will have the opportunity to explore the diverse fields of engineering through collaborative and interactive, faculty-led sessions.

Camp Offerings:

A limited amount of special circumstance-based financial assistance is available for the residential camps and will be granted based on need. Applications are available on our website.

As of 5/17/2022

Chicago's 2nd Black Men in White Coats Youth Summit

Date and time

Sat, June 4, 2022

8:00 AM – 3:00 PM CDT

Registration is now open for Chicago's 2022 Black Men In White Coats Youth Summit!  Our partner for this summit is Chicago's Health & Medicine Research Policy Group. Register today...space is limited.  Click HERE 

As of 5/16/2022

Summer Pre-College at UMass Amherst- June 15th Deadline

Rising 10th - 12th grade students interested in attending the Summer Pre-College program at UMass Amherst can apply through June 15th. Students can expect to:

Topics include STEM, business, visual arts and music, and much more. UMass Amherst Pre-College programs offer both residential and online options. All programs are taught by UMass faculty and advanced graduate students, and feature project-based learning. For more program details (including fees and scholarships), please visit our website.

*Courses carry 1-2 Pass/Fail college credits. Transferability is at the discretion of the receiving institution, and is not guaranteed. Credits earned can be included on college applications.

How to Apply

All rising 10th - 12th graders are eligible to apply online via our website. Interested students must provide:

Admissions are rolling through June 15th. Students are encouraged to apply early.

Apply Now

Spitzer School of Architecture, City College of New York | CUNY --In-Person Summer Career Lab in Architecture (Inviting Students, Ages 16+)

July 11–August 8, 2022

To learn more about the Spitzer School of Architecture, visit us at www.ccny.cuny.edu/architecture or check out our Instagram feed @whatsonatssa.

For specific Summer Career Lab questions, please email the Director of Undergraduate Studies at Spitzer, Michael Miller, mmiller@ccny.cuny.edu .

 

As of 5/13/2022

Washington College - Summer Conferences

Summers at Washington College are packed with opportunities for high school students. Our Signature Centers stay hard at work facilitating programs that inspire students to learn and grow outside of the classroom.

This year we are hosting 6 conferences, each with a different focus. Our summer programs are for those interested in the environment, history, creative writing, and geographic information systems -- there’s something fascinating and fun for everyone!  

Young Environmental Stewards' Conference

The Center for Environment & Society

July 12-15 --This four-day conference will introduce you to the Chesapeake Bay Watershed and include kayaking, wildlife habitat research, marine research, and more.

Virtual Young Environmental Stewards Conference

The Center for Environment & Society

July 25-29 -- Challenge your environmental knowledge using ArcGIS StoryMaps & Google Suite to study your ecosystem -- your neighborhood! Join fellow high school students virtually to share your discoveries!

Young Historians' Conference

The Starr Center for the Study of the American Experience

July 26-29 -- History Off the Page: Making the Past Present, is an introduction to the many ways there are to investigate history beyond the printed word.

Avian Conservation and Ecology Program

The Center for Environment & Society

July 12-15 -- Expand your knowledge about birds and their regional habitats with fellow high school students and biologists while studying ecosystem threats and conservation solutions with professional researchers.

Cherry Tree Young Writers' Conference

The Rose O'Neill Literary House

July 12-15 -- At the Cherry Tree Young Writers’ Conference, high school students get to experience the vibrant literary community that Washington College has to offer, such as attending professional readings and craft panels, and a creative writing workshop with nationally renowned authors in poetry, fiction, or journalism.

Geospatial Discoveries Conference

The Washington College Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Program

July 12-15 -- Discover the adventure of geospatial technology through outdoor experiential learning activities by working with undergraduate students in Washington College's GIS Lab.  

Learn More

As of 5/9/2022

"Justice for All" Career Panel Event at NYPL

The New York Public Library's College and Career Pathways program is partnering with the Appeals Court of the 2nd Circuit to present a series of career panels that will explore a large variety of professions that happen in a courtroom.

Everyone everywhere is welcome at this virtual program (though the primary audience is teens) and can register for these events at the link below!

As of 5/6/2022

FUTURE VET DAY for High School Students

THURSDAY, JULY 7, 2022, 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM

The Future Vet Day experience provides a wonderful introduction to veterinary medicine and is a perfect program for any high school student interested in learning more about a career in the veterinary medical field.  Participants will have the opportunity to meet with professionals working in the field as they share their firsthand experiences and expertise. These amazing guest speakers will bring a variety of topics and a wealth of knowledge to participants in order to prepare them for future careers in the field. The day will also include a shelter tour and other fun educational activities.

Register online  https://www.sthuberts.org/kids-camps

Lehigh Summer Program for High School Students

We are excited to share that we are accepting applications from current high school sophomores and juniors for our virtual Iacocca Global Entrepreneurship Intensive (IGEI), taking place online during the summer of 2022.

IGEI offers students an intensive summer experience where international and U.S. high school students come together in a collaborative digital environment for learning opportunities, workshops, and design labs, which will strengthen their skills in leadership, entrepreneurial design thinking, and global citizenship. The activities include:

 

A real consulting team project to solve a challenge for an international client.

College-level workshops with Lehigh faculty, global entrepreneurs, and expert professionals.

A “deep dive” into a chosen focus area of Sustainability, Population Health, or Product Design.

A personal strengths-based leadership assessment and coaching workshop.

Cultural exchange, virtual tours, and fun activities with your virtual roommate, fellow IGEIers from around the world, and Lehigh University student mentors.

 

The IGEI program runs from June 27 - July 22, with both synchronous and asynchronous activities occurring each weekday. Program fees are $2900, with limited financial assistance available to those who request and qualify. Additional information and applications can be found on our website: go.lehigh.edu/igei. Applications are considered on a rolling basis through May 27, 2022.

2Sigma School

Summer is almost here and team 2Sigma School is getting ready for Summer of Code, the only program we know of that combines flexible schedule, full or partial credits on accredited courses in high school computer science and data science, live instructions from expert teachers in small cohorts, and a unique project-based curriculum.

Our early signup promotions are over, but if your students provide your email address as the referrer during signup, we will offer them a special 8% off the tuition fee through Friday the 13th. We have limited space available.

 our flyer

As of 5/5/2022

Rutgers 2022 Summer Opportunities for High School Students  

Rutgers University–New Brunswick offers a number of programs for high school students during the summer. These programs range from credit-bearing opportunities to test preparation for the SAT and ACT.

Pre-college programs offer students the chance to:

Earn college credit at a top research university

Gain the competitive advantage for college admissions

Jump start their college degree

Explore a possible field of interest

Pre-College Summer Programs for students who are looking to take their academics to the next level!

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New Program!

Online Summer

Scholars Program

High school students can receive college credit by taking courses from anywhere!

Students ages 16 and older with a minimum 3.9 GPA can apply now.

Learn More >

Summer Academies

In one- or two-week programs, students ages 16–18 will gain skills required for success from leading experts in their field.

Featured programs includes physical therapy, leadership, law, mock trial, and language immersion.

Learn More >

SAT/ACT Preparation

Students learn proven strategies for taking the SAT and/or ACT and gain the confidence and skills needed to maximize performance.

Learn More >

Summer Scholars Program at Rutgers

Students have the opportunity to study at one of the nation's top research universities while earning credit toward their college degree.

Summer Start

Graduating seniors have the chance to get an early start on their degree before the fall term begins.

Learn More >

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Scholarships are also available for select students who apply for these programs.

Please email us at summer@docs.rutgers.edu if you have any questions.

Opportunity at Wake Forest University for politically-active students

Here are some opportunities perfect for politically-active students and natural-born leaders. Students in organizations such as Debate, Model UN, Mock Trial, and/or any Young Politician organizations would be perfect for our week-long summer programs in Debate and Public Advocacy, Leadership and Policy and Politics.

As of 5/3/2022

Event for Young Women: Comput/her @ Curry College

We are inviting Sophomore, Junior and Senior young women to our campus on Friday, May 27, 2022 9am-2pm for our Comput/her @ Curry College Conference. There is no charge for participants and lunch is included for students.

 

Comput/her @ Curry College is a one-day conference that invites young women in high school to explore career opportunities in computing and data science. While the history of computing and data science has the strong influence of women and women of color in particular, the face of the modern profession is white and male. This conference is intended to be a place for young women and those who support them to collaborate, learn about, and participate in computing, technology, and data science activities. Participants will hear inspirational stories from successful women in the field, be mentored by female college students and recent graduates, and participate in collaborative, hands-on, skill-building activities in a welcoming and supportive environment.

Students may register for the conference here.

Quantum Computing Summer Camp deadline approaching

Summer is almost here, and it’s not too late to enroll in our world-renowned virtual quantum computing summer camps. Do you have students looking for a life-changing summer? Help us spread the word to students and parents who might be interested!

 

Encourage students to apply here or share our summer flyer below!

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Student Experiences with AI | Summer AI Bootcamp by Harvard Grad Students

Background on Veritas AI

Veritas AI is an AI program for high school students, founded and run by Harvard graduate students. In the program, students learn the fundamentals of AI, interact with world-class AI practitioners, and build a personalised project that they can use for college applications and beyond. No coding skills are required and the program has levels for advanced students. Here is the program pamphlet and the application form. Our regular Summer cohort application deadline is May 8, 2022.

As of 4/27/2022

Rochester Pre-College Online

Three of the most popular courses from the University of Rochester’s Pre-College Online Program now include a new option this summer: +Live sessions. In these online, engaging events students will hear from experts in each course’s subject area, collaborate with mentors, and participate in interactive events with global classmates.

+Live options and available schedules this summer:

Don’t miss out on this exciting opportunity. apply today!

Explore our Live Sessions

Film Camp for Teens at Cleveland State University

Odyssey Program at CSU

Filmmaking Summer Camps For Teens

Learn acting, directing, cinematography, editing, producing, screenwriting, and more from the students and faculty at the School of Film & Media Arts!

Create your own original films using professional equipment in our sound stages and Mac editing labs

Four sessions for ages 13–18

1 week and 3-week camps

Residential and day camp options — Choose to commute or stay in CSU dorms!

Programs for Students Aged 13-18

Register Now!

Odyssey Program Experiential Three Week Summer Camp

June 13 – July 1, 2022

Deadlines: Residential 5/12/2022; Day Camp 5/26/2022

Live, eat, sleep, dream, and create films with the students and faculty of the School of Film & Media Arts at this immersive three-week summer film camp that teaches storytelling, film literacy, screenwriting, acting for the camera, directing, shot composition, cinematography, lighting, editing and much more in a fun and collaborative environment.

Odyssey Intensive:Acting and Directing

July 11 – July 17, 2022

Deadlines: Residential 6/10/2022; Day Camp 6/24/2022

During the week, acting track students focus on performance techniques for in front of the camera through a series of interactive workshops, while directing track students concentrate on programming designed to develop directing skills.

Odyssey Intensive:Documentary Production

July 18 – July 24, 2022

Deadlines: Residential 6/17/2022; Day Camp 7/1/2022

During the week, students will learn the fundamentals of non-fiction storytelling, become familiar with a variety of documentary styles, and acquire basic filmmaking skills through interactive workshops.

Odyssey Intensive:Screenwriting

July 25 – July 31, 2022

Deadlines: Residential 6/24/2022; Day Camp 7/8/2022

With full access to the film school’s Mac labs, students will learn how to use industry-standard screenwriting software as they participate in a variety of interactive workshops designed to spark creativity and develop storytelling skills.

Learn more at csufilmodyssey.com

Atlantic Health System's Career Tips for Teens Webinar for High School Students

Atlantic Health Systems’ Children’s Health, Goryeb Children’s Hospital, and Human Resources is proud to share the following program that will be offered free of charge for high school students. The last of our Traditional and Non-Traditional Healthcare Careers Webinar series will feature AHS Talent Acquisition team members to discuss Career Tips for Teens via Zoom on Wednesday, May 11, 2022, from 3:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Registration is now open and students can register by clicking here. Please see attached flyer for additional details.   

 

During this event, students will have the opportunity to ask questions and to learn more about resume writing, interviewing skills, social etiquette, networking and much more.

Summer Camps at Norwich University

Future Leader Camp

Do you have students that  want to have fun this summer but also want to prepare for college? At Norwich University’s Future Leader Camp (FLC) they can do both! FLC prepares high school students for college by encouraging a strong work ethic, teamwork, and time management through two weeks of military-style training.  Activities include:

Rappelling,

Archery

Kayaking

Paintball

First-aid training

Physical fitness

Drill & ceremony

Indoor rock climbing wall

More Information

Summer Design Academy

Norwich University's Architecture Summer Design Academy 2022 will be a 1-week immersive, in person experience, teaching students the essentials of design thinking and architectural composition. Over the week, students will design a small building, using drawings and models to communicate how it would be experienced and how it could be built. All materials will be provided.

eSports Summer Camp

Our eSports Camp will be virtual this year. The Camp will take place from July 16-23, 2022, and will include Rainbow 6: Siege, League of Legends, Apex Legends, CS:GO, Rocket League, Valorant, and Overwatch. This camp is free to all, and attendees may earn a $250 scholarship to Norwich for participating! More Info.

Stevens Institute of Technology Pre-College Programs

This summer, Stevens Institute of Technology is offering our signature program, Exploring Career Options in Engineering & Science (ECOES)

This two-week hands-on program allows your students to explore over 10 different engineering and science disciplines. As a two-week residential program, students will also spend the weekend enjoying our planned excursions and social activities around the metropolitan area. We are offering two sessions for this program:

Exploring Career Options in Engineering & Science

Session 1: July 10-July 22, 2022

Session 2: July 24-August 5, 2022

We are still accepting applications until May 1st! Students should apply now, to ensure they can join us at Stevens this summer!

Apply Today

As of 4/26/2022

New this summer: +Live programs from Columbia Business School

Columbia Business School’s online enrichment program is pleased to announce the addition of a new option to our popular online programs. +Live sessions feature special events and industry guest speakers. Students will be able to collaborate with mentors and participate in interactive projects with global classmates. Now, students can enjoy all the features of our online program PLUS live sessions on select weekdays.

 

+Live will be offered this summer in the following online programs:

Don’t let your students miss this exciting opportunity! Share this email with your students or visit Columbia Business School’s enrichment program website to review our offerings.

Health Care Careers Exloration Program for Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing High School Students at Rochester Institute of Technology

Deaf and hard-of-hearing students entering 10th, 11th and 12th grade in the fall of 2022 can take advantage of RIT/NTID’s Health Care Careers Exploration Program, an exciting summer experience offered by Rochester Institute of Technology.

This program for college-bound students interested in the health care field will be July 23 – 28 on the RIT campus in Rochester, New York. During the program, students will:

Room, board and other program costs are included in the program fee of $700. There are a limited number of scholarships available and space is limited so students should apply today. All required application materials must be in our office by May 15.

For more information, contact us at 585-475-7695 (voice), 585-286-4555 (videophone), text/FaceTime 585-448-9651 or by email ntidoutreach@rit.edu.

College Access Academy Opportunity at Drexel this summer

Applying to colleges is both an exciting and overwhelming time for high school students and their families — this is especially true for minority and first-generation college students. To aid you in the process, Drexel presents the College Access Academy.

 

This one-week program is designed to assist rising high school juniors and seniors within these populations through the college selection and admissions processes. Interactive workshops will be offered on topics including selecting a right-fit college, choosing a major, SAT preparation, essay writing, interviewing skills, financing a college education, and more. Each student will be paired with a College Access Academy faculty member who will guide them throughout the week and provide individualized counseling. The capstone of the week is for students to leave with a list of right-fit schools to visit and apply to in their senior year.

Dates  July 17–July 22, 2022

Format    In-person, residential.

Cost    Free.

Eligibility    Underrepresented students of color and/or first-generation college students who are rising high school juniors and seniors.

Deadline   Monday, May 30, 2022

For more information, visit the Center for Inclusive Education and Scholarship (CIES) page.

To Apply to College Access Academy

University of Cincinnati College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning (DAAP)

DAAPcamps

Our DAAPcamps are back this summer, all in-person. We offer a variety of options for students in middle school and high school, including day and residential camps. New this year is our Experience DAAP Sampler Camp, providing students a 4-day overview of all the programs offered at DAAP. A limited number of merit and need-based scholarships are available to those who qualify. In addition, we are proud recipients of a University of Cincinnati Equity and Inclusion Grant, Procter and Gamble's Diversity in Design DAAPcamps Scholarships, the BDHP Architecture: Diversity and Inclusion in Architecture Scholarships, and the LPK Equity and Inclusion Scholarships.

You can find more information at the following links:

As of 4/25/2022

Exciting New Topics for Summer 2022: Pre-College at UMass Amherst

UMass Amherst has several new pre-college programs available this summer for rising 10th - 12th graders. Our pre-college programs offer students firsthand experience with college-level academics and campus life, and are a great way to explore potential majors. Please share these summer opportunities with your students!

New Pre-College Programs for Summer 2022

For students interested in healthcare, research, and/or data analysis:

For students interested in current events & social issues, politics, or anthropology:

For students interested in visual arts and communication:

UMass Amherst Pre-College programs offer both residential and online options. All programs are taught by UMass faculty and advanced graduate students, and feature project-based learning. For more program details (including fees and scholarships), please visit our website.

How to Apply

All rising 10th - 12th graders are eligible to apply online via our website. Interested students must provide:

a brief, 1-page statement of interest

an unofficial high school transcript (including current academic year)

a letter of recommendation from a teacher or school counselor

a $35 application fee

Admissions are rolling through June 15th. Students are encouraged to apply early.

Pre College Application

Questions?

Email us at summerprograms@umass.edu or call (413) 577-2112.

 "Justice for All" Federal Judiciary Career Panels @ NYPL

The New York Public Library's College and Career Pathways program is partnering with the Appeals Court of the 2nd Circuit to present a series of career panels that will explore a large variety of professions that happen in a courtroom!

Engineering Innovation - Johns Hopkins University

What’s summer without stimulation for the brain and engaging in amazing activities? Johns Hopkins Engineering Innovation’s precollege program is perfect for talented high school math and science students this summer.

Join the program staff and other forward thinking high schoolers on Saturday, April 30 at 12 p.m. EST, as they discuss details about the incredible on-hands labs and activities you will experience.

Ask questions and get insider details about the admissions process, understand how to earn college credit, and more from program staff.

Space is limited, so register now!

We have watched participants’ confidence grow through our program’s college-level hands-on projects. Students solve problems, test theories, and ultimately learn to think like engineers. More than 80 percent of Engineering Innovation alumni have pursued majors in engineering or science.

We look forward to meeting you and talking more about Engineering Innovation!

Apply to Engineering Innovation

The Cooper Union Summer

The Cooper Union is committed to academic excellence in all of our pursuits, even over summer break. This summer we are offering a combination of in-person and online pre-college summer courses. Learn more and register using the links below!

Introduction to Architecture 

Summer Art Intensive 

Summer Writing Program

Commercial Real Estate Workshop for High School Students

We are looking for students across the US to participate in a 2-hour virtual program!

The REal Stories virtual career workshop, developed by the ULI Women Leaders’ Initiative New York, Hines, and supported by the Real Estate Exchange (REEX), introduces high school and pre-college students from culturally diverse backgrounds to urban development and career paths in commercial real estate. We invite all students and educational organizations to join us for this exciting program.

What You Will Learn:

Hear filmed interviews from:

MaryAnne Gilmartin, CEO of MAG Partners; Robin Ziegler, COO of Cedar Realty Trust; and Anisha Pednekar, Investment Analyst of Merit Hill Capital

Facilitators:

ina Trejo, Principle Group; Hannah Ritchey, Block Renovation; Anacelle Bautista, International Finance Corporation;Preet Aneja, Columbia University MS Real Estate Development; and Katelyn Tufariello, Ackman-Ziff Real Estate Group

RSVP required. To register, please click here.

Brought to you by:

Urban Land Institute (ULI) is the oldest and largest network of cross-disciplinary real estate and land use experts in the world.  It is the preeminent land use organization working to promote professional career development across the real estate industry.

The purpose of REEX is to create a community of students of color with the knowledge, networks, and opportunities to build generational wealth in the $14 Trillion commercial real estate industry. Through the 2022 REEX Jumpstart 2-week Summer program, we expose diverse rising high school seniors to top universities and career opportunities in commercial real estate. Scholarships are available. Learn more about this year's summer experience at the virtual workshop.

NO APPLICATION FEE until 4/30! Apply now at www.reexprograms.org. Deadline: May 1st.

We look forward to seeing you

 

As of 4/13/2022

University of Dayton summer opportunities

Female Aspiring Business Scholars (FABS) Summer Program

The School of Business Administration and the Female Aspiring Business Scholars (FABS) Summer Program, July 11-July 15, 2022, offers young women an introduction to business and an opportunity to earn 3 hours of college credit through seminars with UD faculty and business professionals, local networking events and professional skills workshops.

Through immersive and interactive experiences on and around the University of Dayton campus, students will build their professional skills and learn to apply essential business practices to design their own business plans. FABS is open to rising high school juniors and seniors.

The Female Aspiring Business Scholars (FABS) Summer Program is not an overnight camp. While three daily meals are included with program registration, students who plan to attend must live within driving distance from UD and arrange their own daily transportation. For more details, program costs and registration information, visit our website.

SEE-UD Engineering Events

Summer Engineering Experiences at the University of Dayton (SEE-UD) are now open to all high school students! We are offering both on-campus and virtual opportunities. Students will have the opportunity to explore the diverse fields of engineering through collaborative and interactive, faculty-led sessions.

Camp Offerings:

A limited amount of special circumstance-based financial assistance is available for the residential camps and will be granted based on need. Applications are available on our website.

Information is available on this flyer and the SEE-UD website

DIYA Research - Data Science summer program

DIYA Research is offering Data Science summer programs for high school students

3-week Bootcamp where students learn data analysis and visualization using python.

8-week Research program for students interested in conducting research using real-world datasets.

For more information, please visit our website https://diya-research.org

Students who wish to take advantage of this enriching experience are encouraged to register by April 30, 2022, because the seats are limited

As of 4/11/2022

Columbia University Pre-College

We are continuing to accept applications from students for the Commuter and Online programs, on a first-submitted, first-reviewed basis.

An Unforgettable Summer Awaits Students

Apply as early as possible for the best course selection, and to use code GC20 to waive their application fee.

STUDY IN NYC

STUDY ONLINE

RISD

Spring Courses Begin Next Week

Youth Online Courses (ages 13–17)

SESSION 2 STARTS APRIL 23

REGISTER BY APRIL 20, 11:59 PM ET

Teenage artists and designers flourish with project-based learning, as they build and strengthen portfolios. Choose from subjects like sculpture, photography, and film and video. Student photo: Elijah Stolyarov

Register by April 20 for courses such as:

Sculpting Creature Maquettes

Exploring Digital Photography

Contemporary Painting

Experiments with Color

The Art of Film Editing

VIEW ONLINE COURSES (AGES 13–17)

Earn College Credits at FDU this Summer!

Fairleigh Dickinson University’s on-campus and online Summer Pre-College Program is a great way for high school students in grades 9–12 to get a head start on college.

Choose from online classes — or join us for select on-campus classes at FDU’s Metropolitan Campus in Teaneck, NJ. We’re ranked among the nation’s Top 50 pre-college programs by Value Colleges!

SUMMER 2022 COURSES

NOTE: On-campus courses are marked with an asterisk (*)

and will be offered at FDU’s Metropolitan Campus

Advanced Coding & Development

Applied Mathematics

Architecture and Engineering Design Fundamentals

Around the World in 8 Days: Introduction to Global Tourism Management

The Art of Digital Drawing & Design

Astrophysics: Exploring the Stars & the Galaxies

Coding: Concepts and Applications for Learning to Code

Cognitive Psychology: Understanding the Mind, the Brain, and Your Behavior*

Creative Writing – The Power of Storytelling

 Criminal Justice and the American Legal System

Data Science & Business Intelligence*

Delving into Cloud: Cybersecurity in the 21st Century*

Drug Discovery: The Exciting Future of Pharmacology 21st Century Treatment Protocols

Entrepreneurship/Starts/Venture Capital Funding

Esports & Competitive Gaming

Power of Social Justice

Pre-Medical Professions and the Health Sciences*

Wall Street Careers: An Introduction to Financial Markets and Trading

COURSE DESCRIPTIONS

PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS

Earn up to 12 transferrable college credits this summer

Take innovative career-focused courses developed and taught by FDU faculty

Enhance your college application

REGISTER TODAY!

QUESTIONS? Contact Jakyrra Tyson at 201-692-7366 or email precollege@fdu.edu .

As of 4/7/2022

Quinnipiac University Summer Programs and Camps

Quinnipiac University’s summer pre-college programs and camps help high school and middle school students explore their passions while building their own personal connection with exciting future degrees and careers.

Instructed by our renowned faculty and staff, in a welcoming community where everyone can thrive, our programs for high-demand fields include:

•   Healthcare Career Exploration

•   Entrepreneurship and Innovation

•   Medical Microbiology

•   Cybersecurity

•   Data Science

•   Game Design & eSports Management

•   Podcasting and more!

Learn more >>

Join a Live Webinar with Q&A

Learn all about QU Summer Programs & Camps

Thursday, April 7, 2022

7:30 - 8:30 PM EDT

Register to Attend the Webinar

As of 4/5/2022

STEM-Focused Pre-College Programs at the UMass Mt. Ida Campus

This summer, UMass Amherst is offering a new set of STEM-focused pre-college programs for high school students at the Mt. Ida campus, located just outside Boston, MA. Rising 10th-12th graders are invited to dive into a variety of STEM topics while exploring potential college majors and career paths. Please share these opportunities with your students!

Summer 2022 Programs at the Mt. Ida Campus

Combatting the Climate Crisis with Neighborhood Trees – July 24-30, 2022

Great for students interested in environmental conservation

Building & Construction Technology: CityLab – July 10-30, 2022

Ideal for students interested in architecture, engineering, and sustainability

Veterinary Technology – July 10-23, 2022

Ideal for students interested in animal science or veterinary careers

Located approximately 8 minutes from downtown Boston, the Mt. Ida campus offers both residential and commuter options. All programs are taught by UMass faculty and advanced graduate students, and feature project-based learning. For more program details (including fees and scholarships), please visit our website.

How to Apply

All rising 10th - 12th graders are eligible to apply online via our website. Please note the Veterinary Technology program only accepts rising 11th & 12th graders. Interested students must provide:

a brief, 1-page statement of interest

an unofficial high school transcript (including current academic year)

a letter of recommendation from a teacher or school counselor

a $35 application fee

Admissions are rolling through June 15th. Students are encouraged to apply early.

Pre-College Application

As of 4/4/2022

Parsons Summer Programs

Registration is still open for our Parsons Academy pre-college summer programs!

Our Summer Intensive Studies program allows high school students ages 16 to 18 to gain college credit while pursuing their creative goals. We have courses in animation, fashion, architectural design, printmaking, game design, photography, and more. Students can also take advantage of our portfolio development course to prepare for the college admission process. All of our programs offer hands-on, skill-based learning and interact directly with renowned Parsons faculty.

We look forward to seeing your students this summer—online or on our Greenwich Village campus in NYC! Check out our Summer 2022 brochure for a full list of credit and non-credit programs for students grades 3 to 12. You can also download our flyer, which includes QR codes for students to easily view our courses, to post at your school.

If you missed our Summer Intensive Studies Pre-College webinar, you can watch recordings of the info session and the follow-up Q&A session and view our webinar program overview.

EXPLORE SUMMER INTENSIVE STUDIES

Film Camp for Teens at Cleveland State University

Odyssey Program at CSU

Filmmaking Summer Camps For Teens

Learn acting, directing, cinematography, editing, producing, screenwriting, and more from the students and faculty at the School of Film & Media Arts!

Create your own original films using professional equipment in our sound stages and Mac editing labs

Four sessions for ages 13–18

1 week and 3-week camps

Residential and day camp options — Choose to commute or stay in CSU dorms!

Programs for Students Aged 13-18

Register Now!

Make friends and gain skills for life!

Summer 2022 Camps

Odyssey Program Experiential Three Week Summer Camp

June 13 – July 1, 2022

Deadlines: Residential 5/12/2022; Day Camp 5/26/2022

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Odyssey Intensive: Acting and Directing

July 11 – July 17, 2022

Deadlines: Residential 6/10/2022; Day Camp 6/24/2022

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Odyssey Intensive: Documentary Production

July 18 – July 24, 2022

Deadlines: Residential 6/17/2022; Day Camp 7/1/2022

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Odyssey Intensive: Screenwriting

July 25 – July 31, 2022

Deadlines: Residential 6/24/2022; Day Camp 7/8/2022

Learn more at csufilmodyssey.com 

Follow us on Facebook and Instagram!

As of 3/30/2022

Montclair's Free 5-Week Summer Bridge Program

We're excited to announce this year's 5-week Summer Bridge Program! This program gives incoming freshmen the opportunity to earn up to seven credits before the first day of class in the fall semester. Students get a head start – and best of all, it is completely free!

Running from July 5th to August 4th, Summer Bridge is designed to help incoming freshmen smoothly transition to college. Students enrolled in the program will:

 Sign up today!

Please note: Students must be a deposited first-year student for Fall 2022 to participate.

As of 3/29/2022

IMPORTANT REMINDER: Rutgers University High School Outreach Application due NEXT WEEK!

During the second week of April, Thursday, April 14th to Saturday, April 16th, the Minority Engineering Educational Task (MEET), the Rutgers University Chapter of the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE), will be hosting our semi-annual High School Outreach Program.

The Minority Engineering Educational Task is a student-ran organization. Our mission is “To increase the number of culturally responsible minority engineers who excel academically, succeed professionally, and positively impact the community.” We host various programming that has provided academic, professional, leadership, and social support to minorities studying technical degrees from Rutgers University since 1975. The High School Outreach Program has been a part of our organization’s Pre-College Initiative (PCI) Program for over 20 years. The PCI program strives to stimulate pre-collegiate student interest in the STEM fields – science, technology, engineering, and mathematics – in response to the lack of minorities pursuing technical degrees.

Each semester, high school students from all over New Jersey, and in surrounding areas, are invited to spend a weekend at Rutgers University School of Engineering to receive a hands-on overview of the benefits of a career in engineering. However, due to COVID-19 protocols, the High School Outreach Program for this semester will be held hybrid. Although hybrid, students will still receive guidance from college students, who are enrolled in various engineering disciplines, as well as information about the collegiate admission and financial aid process. Students will have a chance to collaborate on several projects that will help foster leadership and networking skills. By the end of the program, students will have a better understanding of college life; it’s our sincere desire that students will get an understanding of their future goals, strengths, and weaknesses. The High School Outreach Program is highly recommended for high school juniors and seniors – whether they are interested in a STEM field or in attending Rutgers University.

Please complete and submit the attached application THE APPLICATION MUST ARRIVE BY Monday at 11:59PM, April 4th. Please keep in mind that incomplete or late applications will not be accepted. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact myself – Anmarie Aquino, the Cultural Awareness Chair – at culturalawareness.runsbe@gmail.com or Assistant Dean Candiece White at the Office of Student Services at 848-445-2687 between 8:30 am and 4:30 pm. Do refer to the attached flyer as well for the agenda of activities. I have attached a pdf copy of this email so you may post it to your class learning platform (Google Classroom, Canvas, etc).

Please fill out applications: https://forms.gle/stnbMttXxVvprWu4A

Du Bois: Summer Program at Princeton University for 7th - 11th graders - Now Virtual! Deadline April 12th

2022 Online Summer Program

Founded in the summer of 1988, the W.E.B. DuBois Scholars Institute provides scholarship and leadership training for high-achieving youth. In light of COVID-19, the W.E.B. Du Bois Scholars Institute's Online Summer Program will occur instead of the traditional Summer Institute at Princeton University.

During the 2022 Online Summer Program, students will experience an academic and leadership development program by receiving rigorous instruction in college level courses. The Du Bois Institute aims to sharpen students’ research and quantitative analysis skills, as well as writing, verbal, and critical reading skills.

Program Overview:

The online program is for current 7th-11th graders (rising 8th - rising 12th graders).

Students can choose from 16 different online courses (based on their grade):

Here is a link to the Course titles and descriptions for your perusal.

Also, attached is the program flyer with course titles and program info.

Course Dates:

Each course occurs over 7 days (excluding weekends) for 90 minutes daily.

Session 1: June 27th - July 6th (5 courses available)

Session 2: July 7th - July 15th (6 courses available)

Session 3: July 18th - July 26th (5 courses available)

+ Each course can be applied for individually.

+ Students can apply for more than one course. Finalists will be assigned to a course before additional courses are granted.

Requirements:

Overall GPA of 3.0; B

Application

2 Letters of Recommendation

Transcript

300 Word Essay

Prompt: What is your interest in the program? Describe your education and career goals, community service activities and/or leadership roles you have performed.

(Essay is required for current 9th, 10th & 11th graders only)

Virtual Interview is Required for Semi-Finalists.

Submission Deadline: April 12, 2022

Rolling admissions thereafter will be based on available space.

Cost:

The tuition fee is $350 per course.

UMiami Sea Secrets Lecture - Revealing the Ocean Deep

Join Us Next Tuesday, April 5th @ 7 p.m. EST,

For the Fifth in Our Six Part Lecture Series!

(Virtual & In-Person Attendance)

Revealing the Ocean Deep: Next Generation Sensing Technologies for Marine and Planetary Science

Ved Chirayath, Ph.D, Director of Aircraft Center for Earth Studies (ACES) and G. Unger Vetlesen Chair of Earth Studies, Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science

We have mapped more of the surface of the Moon and Mars than our own ocean floor—but that is changing. Professor Chirayath will present three remote sensing technologies he invented while at NASA. FluidCam is an instrument that can be used from satellites and aerial drones to map shallow marine environments, such as coral reefs, at unprecedented resolution in 3D. MiDAR is a multispectral instrument used to sense living creatures and nonliving structures in light-limited environments. NeMO-Net is a machine-learning video game that teaches citizen scientists to classify coral reefs using real data from FluidCam & MiDAR. Together, these technologies will help us better understand Earth’s marine environments while furthering the search for life on other planets.

Ved Chirayath is a former NASA scientist. As a teenager, he discovered a planet and moved to Russia to study astrophysics. He earned a Bachelor’s in Physics and a Master’s and Doctorate in Aeronautics and Astronautics from Stanford University. His inventions include aircraft that fly on electric fields and instruments that map oceans. Presently, he is mapping our ocean floor, especially coral reefs and shallow marine ecosystems. Dr. Chirayath is a 2021 National Geographic Emerging Explorer and received the American Geophysical Union’s 2020 Charles S. Falkenberg Award and the NASA Early Career for “significant advances in aquatic remote sensing technology.”

Click Here to Register

As of 3/28/2022

Georgetown University’s new online surgery course

If you have a student who is intrigued with how surgeons save lives, Georgetown University’s Becoming a Surgeon: Skills, Specialties, and Diseases is an awesome challenge.

Students get a thorough introduction to the skills required to be a surgeon. They take a tour of the operating room and learn the makeup of an OR team. They’ll hear from specialists in the field: from abdominal surgeons to neuro, orthopedic, and plastic surgeons. They’ll even design a model of the abdomen and study major diseases that often require surgical intervention.

The course is led by Georgetown ‘s Dr. Rebecca Evangelista. If you have a student with a keen interest in pursuing a future in medicine, this course is a must.

Visit our program website for more information.

Explore our Program

Calling all High School Juniors - Apply for REEX Jumpstart 2022!

We are happy to announce that applications are now open for the 2022 REEX JumpStart program and we encourage your students to apply!

 

Exposing Students to Top Universities & Career Opportunities in Commercial Real Estate, the REEX JumpStart Scholars in Commercial Real Estate is a 2-week residential program focused on developing a pipeline of high achieving, diverse students (current high school juniors).

 

Application Requirements

·    Current High School juniors who will be graduating in May/June 2023

·    Program Fees: $4000.00 (covers tuition and all expenses)

·    Deadline: Sunday, May 1st, 2022

 

Our University Partners

REEX JumpStart Session 1 Dates: June 20 – July 2, 2022

·    Boston (Harvard/MIT)

·    Washington, DC (Howard University)

·    Miami (University of Miami)

 

REEX JumpStart Session 2 Dates: July 11 – July 22, 2022

·    New York (New York University) / (Cornell University)

*All Cornell University scholars will reside on the NYU campus

 

The program will culminate with a capstone project competition in which top students will apply the skills they have learned to a real-world case study. Select top scholars from the program culminating case competition will be invited to attend and compete (all expenses paid) in a National Leading for Life Challenge: August 2-5, 2022 (Martha’s Vineyard, MA).

 

 

As of 3/25/2022

Coding Camp Spotlight: Emerging Tech

Want to develop real, foundational coding skills in Python while also gaining exposure to cutting-edge fields in tech from Artificial Intelligence to Cybersecurity to Healthcare+Tech? This 2-week camp is for you!

 

Back by popular demand for the third year- our 2-week Emerging Tech camp is perfect for students who want first hand experience in the breadth and depth of some of the most cutting-edge technologies in today's world. Students will learn the fundamentals of coding in Python and develop knowledge and skills in emerging technology fields rarely taught to K-12 students, such as AI and Healthcare+Tech. Each day is filled with hands-on activities and project building, allowing students to gain real-world skills and work together simulating a day-in-the-life of professional software engineers.

LOGISTICS:

Grades: 6-12 and incoming college freshmen (students will be divided by grade & skill level)

Dates: July 11 - July 22, 2022 (meets Monday - Friday, 9am - 12pm PST)

Location: Virtual

Cost: $695 with Early Registration!

No prior coding experience required - we teach you everything you need to know!

Learn More &Sign Up

 Summer at Johns Hopkins

Summer is on its way but you still have time to join your intellectually curious peers at Johns Hopkins University this year. Choose from more than 120 on-campus and online opportunities across Pre-College Programs and Undergraduate Courses.

Register today to attend next week's in-depth Information Session on March 29, 2022.

Find out how you can earn college credit, find your passion within areas of study such as Medicine and Health, STEM, Psychology, Humanities, and Film and Media, and learn from esteemed faculty at Johns Hopkins University. It's a great way to get on your way toward enhancing your college experience.

Accept Your Invitation to next week's Information Session

March 29, 2022 • 8 p.m. EDT

RSVP TODAY >

As of 3/24/2022

Join us for a Wake Forest University Pre-College Programs Info Session on 4/5

Wake Forest University is excited to invite you to the 2022 Summer Pre-College Programs Information Session on Tuesday, April 5th from 6:00 - 7:00 pm Eastern time.  

Join us to:

Hear about our two summer programs (the Summer Immersion Program for high school students and the Summer Exploration Program for middle school students)

Learn about the application process and requirements

Gain insight into the on-campus experience, dorm life, and mentorship

Ask questions of our Wake Forest Pre-College Programs staff

Register!

Questions about the event can be submitted to precollege@wfu.edu .

As of 3/23/2022

 Boston University Summer Journalism Academy

At the Boston University Summer Journalism Academy, students will have the opportunity to learn from award-winning working journalists and to experience Boston University and the city of Boston. For 13 years, Boston University’s College of Communication has offered this program to teach high school students in-person and virtually about core skills in news reporting, interviewing, and writing, while focusing on hands-on experience around Boston and their home communities. Parents and students enjoy hearing that there are no third-party vendors involved, and they can experience an authentic pre-college experience at a college on their list.

Our program helps students learn practical skills over each two-week session and have a chance to experience how newsrooms operate in-person or virtually.

For students living on-campus, they have the opportunity to:

Two-week sessions begin on June 20, July 4, and July 18. Students may decide if they would like to attend our program in-person or virtually. They also can participate in our writing and reporting program, photojournalism program, or both.

If you have a student who wants a real college experience this summer and wants to pursue a communication degree, encourage them to learn more by visiting our website and applying soon, as limited seats are available for our in-person sessions.

If they are accepted to our program and pay the registration fee by March 31, they will receive a special discount of $400 off the tuition for in-person programs (EARLYCAMPUS22) and $200 off the tuition for virtual programs (EARLYRLFH22).

Atlantic Health System's Virtual Self-Care for Teens Series: Last Session Tuesday, March 29 at 3:00pm

Atlantic Health System’s Children’s Health, Atlantic Behavioral Health and Community Health have partnered with the Center for Family Services to offer a virtual Self-Care for Teens Series made possible by the NJ Hope and Healing program.

 

Our last session will be on Tuesday, March 29 at 3:00pm. Students will explore ways to effectively understand self-care and resilience by participating in a fun, interactive game show. To register, click here: Meeting Registration - Zoom

Flyer

Exciting Summer Programs at Fordham

There’s no better time for your students to connect with Fordham than in the summer. They have the time off, and they may want to explore our campuses and New York City. Your students can take advantage of the array of on-campus and virtual summer courses and programs we have on offer. They can choose from programs through the Office of Summer Sessions, the School of Professional & Continuing Studies, or the Gabelli School of Business.

FORDHAM SUMMER PRE-COLLEGE PROGRAM

July 5- August 4

FORDHAM REAL ESTATE INSTITUTE HIGH SCHOOL SCHOLARS

GABELLI SCHOOL OF BUSINESS

Each of the Gabelli School’s three summer programs is designed specifically for high school students. In just a few days, students can get a firsthand idea of what it's like to study business in college. The programs will be offered via Zoom or on campus, COVID-19 protocol permitting.

New 2022 pre-health shadowing and internship opportunities!

Shadowing is a great way to dip your feet in the field!  Whether you’re passionate about healthcare or imagine your future career in medicine, your shadowing experience can help you decide if it's a good fit and much more !  

PRO TIP:  Shadowing hours do not equal volunteer hours, but are something colleges want to see in addition to volunteer hours.  Create a verified service transcript and earn digital badges to add to their LinkedIn profiles!

College Students Shadow Medical Professionals Virtually

VIRTUAL SHADOWING

Students Participate in Cancer Research

VIRTUAL SHADOWING

Child Health Research Summer Internship

VIRTUAL SHADOWING

Undergrad Biomedical Research Summer Scholars Program

VIRTUAL SHADOWING

Junior Health Scholar Job Shadowing

VIRTUAL SHADOWING

High School Senior Pediatric Summer Internship

VIRTUAL SHADOWING

Medical Youth Science Program

VIRTUAL SHADOWING

Students Shadow Emergency Medicine Professionals Virtually

VIRUTAL SHADOWING

Pre-Health Students Shadow Medical Professionals Online

VIRUTAL SHADOWING

Biomedical Research Internship for Minority Students

VIRUTAL SHADOWING

Deadline Extended | Summer Leader Experience at West Point

SLE DEADLINE EXTENDED We have big news! The new deadline for applying to West Point's SUMMER LEADER EXPERIENCE has been extended to Friday, April 1, 2022.  The West Point Summer Leader Experience (SLE) provides rising high school seniors with a week-long immersion into the academic, military, and social life of a cadet.

Did you know?

1) There are generous need-based scholarships available 💵

2) There is no application fee 🎉

3) Standardized test scores are not required 📝🚫

At SLE, you will explore West Point from all angles, including our high-tech educational facilities, team building athletic activities, and realistic military training. You will get a taste of Cadet Life through the entire program, which is led by current West Point cadets.

APPLY NOW

Earn College Credits at FDU this Summer!

Fairleigh Dickinson University’s on-campus and online Summer Pre-College Program is a great way for high school students in grades 9–12 to get a head start on college.

Choose from online classes — or join us for select on-campus classes at FDU’s Metropolitan Campus in Teaneck, NJ. We’re ranked among the nation’s Top 50 pre-college programs by Value Colleges!

SUMMER 2022 COURSES

NOTE: On-campus courses are marked with an asterisk (*) and will be offered at FDU’s Metropolitan Campus:

Advanced Coding & Development

Applied Mathematics

Architecture and Engineering Design Fundamentals

Around the World in 8 Days: Introduction to Global Tourism Management

The Art of Digital Drawing & Design

Astrophysics: Exploring the Stars & the Galaxies

Coding: Concepts and Applications for Learning to Code

Cognitive Psychology: Understanding the Mind, the Brain, and Your Behavior*

Creative Writing – The Power of Storytelling

Criminal Justice and the American Legal System

Data Science & Business Intelligence*

Delving into Cloud: Cybersecurity in the 21st Century*

Drug Discovery: The Exciting Future of Pharmacology 21st Century Treatment Protocols

Entrepreneurship/Starts/Venture Capital Funding

Esports & Competitive Gaming

Power of Social Justice

Pre-Medical Professions and the Health Sciences*

Wall Street Careers: An Introduction to Financial Markets and Trading

COURSE DESCRIPTIONS

PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS

Earn up to 12 transferrable college credits this summer

Take innovative career-focused courses developed and taught by FDU faculty

Enhance your college application

Register Today!

As of 3/22/2022

Data Science 2022 Summer Program

DIYA Research is a non-profit organization that is run by professionals from academia and industry, including me, with the common goal of inspiring young minds to use data to understand, analyze, and solve problems.

Our 3-week Bootcamp is suited for all high school students with good analytical thinking and basic programming skills. We also offer an 8-week Research program that is geared towards students who have completed advanced math courses and are proficient in python programming.

Further information is available on our website https://diya-research.org 

3 Weeks Left to Register for Spring Courses at RISD

Youth Online Courses (ages 13–17)

SESSION 2 COURSES: REGISTER BY APRIL 20

Teenage artists and designers flourish with project-based learning, as they build and strengthen portfolios. Choose from subjects like sculpture, game design, and film and video. Student artwork: Ella Wenzel

Register by April 20 for courses such as:

Sculpting Creature Maquettes

The Art of Film Editing

Exploring Digital Photography

Contemporary Painting

Creating Dynamic Digital Game Design Components

VIEW ONLINE COURSES (AGES 13–17)

Registration for The Cooper Union Summer Art Intensive 2022 is Now Open!

July 11–August 4, 2022,

Mondays–Thursdays, 9:30AM–4:30PM

Enrollment is open for high school students aged 15 to 18

[rising sophomores–rising seniors]

Click to learn more & sign up

Develop your college application portfolio!

Classes in Animation, Digital Photography, Drawing, Graphic Design, & Studio Practice

Special techniques workshops

Guest artists, museum, gallery & artists' studios visits

Meet the college admissions representative from Cooper Union and learn about applying to college

A celebratory exhibition reception of students’ work at The Cooper Union

Instructors are working professional artists & designers

Classes are co-led with super-talented Cooper Union School of Art undergraduates.

Scholarships are available for NYC Public School students.

Animation & Drawing

Digital Photography & Drawing

Drawing Intensive

Graphic Design & Drawing

Studio Practice

As of 3/21/2022

REEX Jumpstart Program for High School Students - Apply NOW!

We're excited to announce that applications are now open for the 2022 REEX JumpStart program. 

The REEX JumpStart Scholars in Commercial Real Estate is a 2-week residential program that will focus on developing a pipeline of high achieving, diverse students (current high school juniors) by providing exposure to the following:

 

 

REEX JumpStart will culminate with a capstone project competition in which top students will apply the skills they have learned to a real-world case study.

Application Requirements

·    Current High School juniors who will be graduating in May/June 2023

·    Program Fees: $4000.00

·    Deadline: Sunday, May 1st, 2022

Program Timeline

REEX JumpStart Session 1 Dates: June 20 – July 2, 2022

·    Boston (Harvard/MIT)

·    Washington, DC (Howard University)

·    Miami (University of Miami)

REEX JumpStart Session 2 Dates: July 11 – July 22, 2022

·    New York (New York University) / (Cornell University)

*All Cornell University scholars will reside on the NYU campus

Select top scholars from the program culminating case competition will be invited to attend and compete (all travel, lodging, and meal expense paid) in a National Leading for Life Challenge: August 2-5, 2022 (Martha’s Vineyard).

Applications are due on May 1 by 11:59 PM EST. Applicants are being reviewed through a rolling process. It is advantageous to apply as soon as you can!

For more information: Please Visit www.reexprograms.org

For FAQs and alumni testimonials, Please Click here

To Apply, Click Here

Flyer

Rutgers University High School Outreach Application due 4/4

During the second week of April, Thursday, April 14th to Saturday, April 16th, the Minority Engineering Educational Task (MEET), the Rutgers University Chapter of the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE), will be hosting our semi-annual High School Outreach Program.

The Minority Engineering Educational Task is a student-ran organization. Our mission is “To increase the number of culturally responsible minority engineers who excel academically, succeed professionally, and positively impact the community.” We host various programming that has provided academic, professional, leadership, and social support to minorities studying technical degrees from Rutgers University since 1975. The High School Outreach Program has been a part of our organization’s Pre-College Initiative (PCI) Program for over 20 years. The PCI program strives to stimulate pre-collegiate student interest in the STEM fields – science, technology, engineering, and mathematics – in response to the lack of minorities pursuing technical degrees.

Each semester, high school students from all over New Jersey, and in surrounding areas, are invited to spend a weekend at Rutgers University School of Engineering to receive a hands-on overview of the benefits of a career in engineering. However, due to COVID-19 protocols, the High School Outreach Program for this semester will be held hybrid. Although hybrid, students will still receive guidance from college students, who are enrolled in various engineering disciplines, as well as information about the collegiate admission and financial aid process. Students will have a chance to collaborate on several projects that will help foster leadership and networking skills. By the end of the program, students will have a better understanding of college life; it’s our sincere desire that students will get an understanding of their future goals, strengths, and weaknesses. The High School Outreach Program is highly recommended for high school juniors and seniors – whether they are interested in a STEM field or in attending Rutgers University.

Please complete and submit the attached application THE APPLICATION MUST ARRIVE BY Monday at 11:59PM, April 4th. Please keep in mind that incomplete or late applications will not be accepted. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact myself – Anmarie Aquino, the Cultural Awareness Chair – at culturalawareness.runsbe@gmail.com or Assistant Dean Candiece White at the Office of Student Services at 848-445-2687 between 8:30 am and 4:30 pm. Do refer to the attached flyer as well for the agenda of activities. I have attached a pdf copy of this email so you may post it to your class learning platform (Google Classroom, Canvas, etc).

Please fill out applications: https://forms.gle/stnbMttXxVvprWu4A

As of 3/17/2022

Boston University Academy of Media Production is Accepting Applications

Creative high school students develop their cinematic and journalistic storytelling skills producing films, videos, visual effects, webcasts and more at Boston University's Academy of Media Production.

It's time to AMP UP!

Program Dates: July 5 - 29, 2022

Program Info & Application Materials: bu.edu/amp

Questions? Contact the program at buamp@bu.edu 

The application deadline is

March 31, 2022

SIGN UP TODAY

As of 3/16/2022

Indiana University of Pennsylvania (IUP) SUMMER HONORS PROGRAM

We are offering SHP 2022 on campus and in person!

The Cook Honors College Summer Honors Program is a unique opportunity to explore college level honors classes without the pressure of grades.  Whether you love learning for its own sake or want to distinguish yourself this summer, SHP 2022 may be right for you.

Cook Honors College SHP 2022 Application

Who Can Attend?

SHP 2022 is designed for high school students currently in tenth or eleventh grade who will be juniors and seniors next fall. We do, however, encourage highly motivated and confident ninth grade students (sophomores in the fall) to apply.

Program Dates: July 10-July 23, 2022

Application Deadline: May 1, 2022

For More Information

As of 3/15/2022

Illinois Tech Elevate College Prep Programs for High School Students

At Illinois Tech our one-of-a-kind Elevate program empowers our students with not only academic classes in exciting majors, but also guaranteed hands-on experiences and personalized mentoring—all of which sets them up for career success.

Students can get a taste of this future-forward college experience—even as a middle or high school student—in Illinois Tech’s Elevate College Prep program! Our unique pre-college program shows them firsthand what it’s like to be a student at a top-tier university like Illinois Tech. In our Elevate College Prep program they’ll gain:

Hands-on, twenty-first century skills that employers seek—and that will help build their resume and boost their college applications

 

Personalized mentorship from current Illinois Tech students, including guidance to help your students explore an academic major and a career path they love

 

Other hands-on learning opportunities on a real college campus, taught by Illinois Tech professors—giving a sneak peek into what college life is all about!

 

Plus: students get a certificate or badge for completing one of our programs!

Whether they’re looking for robust pre-college offerings or just want to participate in one of our hands-on programs this summer, there’s no better place to do this than Illinois Tech. And there are lots of options: Illinois Tech offers several residential, daytime, and online programs in business, architecture, engineering, chemistry, psychology cybersecurity and more.

VIEW PROGRAMS

ELEVATE YOUR FUTURE PROGRAM >

Our unique Elevate Your Future program guarantees you hands-on experiences, a personalized academic and career plan, and the twenty-first century skills to achieve career success.

US Naval Academy (USNA) Summer STEM Applications close March 31

STEM is all about exploring, creating, building, and making things better, and at our Summer STEM program, you'll do just that!

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Are you thinking of a career as a coder, game developer, designer, or robotics engineer? Then start with the experience of a world-class program like the Naval Academy's Summer STEM Program!

The Summer STEM program involves a vibrant week of problem-solving, exploratory learning, critical thinking, and team building for rising 9th-11th graders interested in a future in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math.

 You'll work with students from all over the country as you test your problem-solving, creativity, and collaboration skills.

Use the link below to learn more about the program and apply by no later than March 31, 2022! If you have already submitted an application, please disregard this message.

APPLY NOW

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Join USC Summer for a Virtual Information Session!

Get the USC Summer Advantage

You are invited to a virtual information session to hear all about USC Summer Programs and gain direct knowledge about the 2022 Program!

Through this webinar, we will highlight the benefits of attending USC Summer Programs, dive into our USC Summer experience, and discuss application best practices and common mistakes!

You will also have the opportunity to ask our administrative staff questions through the Q&A feature on Zoom that will be answered in real-time!

USC Summer Programs Virtual Information Session

Thursday, March 24, 2022

4:00 - 5:00 PM PDT

Register Now!

After registering, you will receive a separate email with our Zoom webinar link.

If you are unable to join our session, no problem! We are here to serve as a resource for you at summer@usc.edu or you can visit our website to use our live chat feature.

We hope you'll join us on March 24th for the session and then again later this summer!

Drexel University’s College of Computing & Informatics Digital Development Camp

Registration is now open for Drexel University’s College of Computing & Informatics Digital Development Camp

 The Drexel University Digital Development Camp is a two-and-a-half-week hybrid (in-person and virtual) summer program led by College of Computing & Informatics (CCI) faculty and student leaders. The 2022 camp session is scheduled for Monday, July 11 through Thursday, July 28, 2022. The camp is open to rising high school juniors, seniors and accepted CCI students with an emphasis on building a camper cohort that is demographically balanced.

DIGITAL DEVELOPMENT CAMP STUDENTS CHOOSE BETWEEN THREE TRACKS:

  1. The FullStack track gives aspiring developers the opportunity to learn about full stack web development. FullStack includes front-end design, human-computer interface and user experience, back-end development including data integration. This track includes daily lessons, workshops, guest speakers and individual/group work time. Campers work in teams to plan and develop a web site of their own.
  2. The Cybersecurity track provides a summer cybersecurity camp experience for students. The goals of the program are to increase interest in cybersecurity careers and diversity in the cybersecurity workforce of the nation, help all students understand correct and safe online behavior and how they can be good digital citizens. This track includes daily lessons, workshops, guest speakers and individual/group work time. Campers will complete a series of projects that will teach them about cybersecurity.
  3. New for 2022: the Data Science track uses computing for social good as a springboard for student led projects using publicly available data to address relevant issues in a particular community. Student teams will choose a community and issue to address then find data, analyze it, create a data visualization, and write a report on the findings. Data science includes statistics, database basics, data analysis tools and effective presentation skills. This track includes daily lessons, workshops, guest speakers and group work time. Campers work in teams to plan and develop a data science project.

 Camp Details

 

CAMP TIMELINE AND IMPORTANT DATES

As of 3/14/2022

St. Hubert's Animal Welfare Center Virtual Veterinary Exploration for high school students

VETERINARY MEDICINE CAREERS EXPLORATION:

A Virtual Workshop Created Especially for High School Students

SATURDAY, MAY 14, 2022, 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Dr. John Griffioen, Associate Veterinarian, Fort Worth ZOO

Nancy Nelson, AHT, NICU Manager, St. Hubert’s Animal Welfare Center

Kennedy Resendiz, Student, University of Missouri College of Veterinary Medicine

Join experts as they share their own educational journeys, career paths, and work experiences. This is a chance for students, grades 9-12, to hear first-hand accounts about how practitioners prepared for vet school, mastered vet school, and chose their post-graduation careers. Questions will be answered, possibly even what is hemolymph analysis in Japanese spider crabs?! Cost for the workshop is $25, however, no student will be denied access to participate. For financial assistance, contact education@humanerescuealliance.org  

Register online https://www.sthuberts.org/kids-camps 

Norwich University- Future Leader Camp

Do you have students that  want to have fun this summer but also want to prepare for college? At Norwich University’s Future Leader Camp (FLC) they can do both! FLC prepares high school students for college by encouraging a strong work ethic, teamwork, and time management through two weeks of military-style training.  Activities include:

Rappelling,

Archery

Kayaking

Paintball

First-aid training

Physical fitness

Drill & ceremony

Indoor rock climbing wall

More Information

Wentworth Pre-college Programs- ImpactLab

Wentworth Institute of Technology is looking forward to hosting our inaugural pre-college program this summer. ImpactLab is an innovative two-week residential summer experience for rising juniors and seniors to explore their passions in science, engineering, and design.  

Your students will get the opportunity to...

As of 3/11/2022

Beacon College Summer Skill Building for Students who Learn Differently

The Summer for Success is almost full!

Our one-of-a-kind summer immersion program for students who learn differently has fewer than 25 spaces left! College-bound high school juniors, seniors & recent graduates spend three weeks on campus building the skills, confidence and preparation they need to successfully transition to college.

If you would be a good fit for this program, act quickly!  We expect to be waitlist-only by the end of March. Interested students and families can join us next week for a virtual information session:

ATTEND THE SESSION

Click HERE for a complete, detailed program description, including program options, a typical day's schedule, curriculum and available courses.

 

Sewanee Environmental Institute

Students can pursue environmental studies while exploring the Domain of the University of the South—13,000 acres of forests, lakes, caves, and vistas—at the Sewanee Environmental Institute’s Pre-College Field Studies Experience

This summer, two sessions will be offered:

June 24 to July 3, 2022

July 8 to July 17, 2022

SEI is designed for students who are:

Learn complete details about the program and encourage interested students to apply today!

As of 3/10/2022

RUTGERS HIGH SCHOOL OUTREACH OPPORTUNITY/APPLICATION DUE ON 4/4

During the second week of April, Thursday, April 14th to Saturday, April 15th, the Minority Engineering Educational Task (MEET), the Rutgers University Chapter of the National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE), will be hosting our semi-annual High School Outreach Program.

The Minority Engineering Educational Task is a student-ran organization. Our mission is “To increase the number of culturally responsible minority engineers who excel academically, succeed professionally, and positively impact the community.” We host various programming that has provided academic, professional, leadership, and social support to minorities studying technical degrees from Rutgers University since 1975. The High School Outreach Program has been a part of our organization’s Pre-College Initiative (PCI) Program for over 20 years. The PCI program strives to stimulate pre-collegiate student interest in the STEM fields – science, technology, engineering, and mathematics – in response to the lack of minorities pursuing technical degrees.

Each semester, high school students from all over New Jersey, and in surrounding areas, are invited to spend a weekend at Rutgers University School of Engineering to receive a hands-on overview of the benefits of a career in engineering. However, due to COVID-19 protocols, the High School Outreach Program for this semester will be held hybrid. Although hybrid, students will still receive guidance from college students, who are enrolled in various engineering disciplines, as well as information about the collegiate admission and financial aid process. Students will have a chance to collaborate on several projects that will help foster leadership and networking skills. By the end of the program, students will have a better understanding of college life; it’s our sincere desire that students will get an understanding of their future goals, strengths, and weaknesses. The High School Outreach Program is highly recommended for high school juniors and seniors – whether they are interested in a STEM field or in attending Rutgers University.

Please complete and submit the attached application THE APPLICATION MUST ARRIVE BY Monday at 11:59PM, April 4th. Please keep in mind that incomplete or late applications will not be accepted. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact myself – Anmarie Aquino, the Cultural Awareness Chair – at culturalawareness.runsbe@gmail.com or Assistant Dean Candiece White at the Office of Student Services at 848-445-2687 between 8:30 am and 4:30 pm. Do refer to the attached flyer as well for the agenda of activities.

Please fill out applications: https://forms.gle/stnbMttXxVvprWu4A

Flyer

Rochester Institute of Technology/Explore Your Future

Register today for an opportunity to attend Explore Your Future 2022!

 Join us at Rochester Institute of Technology this summer for Explore Your Future!

EYF is a five-day, on-campus summer program for college-bound deaf and hard-of-hearing high school students who will enter their junior or senior year in fall 2022. During EYF, students learn how their interests can lead them to a career, and they explore career options in various fields. They participate in EYF with other deaf and hard-of-hearing students from around the country, and it’s a wonderful opportunity for them to meet new friends!

Students who attend EYF receive an application fee waiver to apply to RIT at no cost, and those who enroll at RIT for college will receive a scholarship. That’s right, when they participate in EYF, they can apply to RIT for college at no cost, and they’ll receive a scholarship!

There are two EYF sessions. Your students can choose the session that works best for them.

Session I: July 9-14

Session II: July 16-21

Check out EYF!

Register

GRAMMY Camp

GRAMMY Camp® Applications close Thursday, March 31, 2022. Hosted in Los Angeles, GRAMMY Camp is a 5-day nonresidential summer music industry program open to high school students from across the country that are interested in having a career in music. Students from different backgrounds can apply for one of the eight offered career tracks, including songwriting, audio engineering, music journalism, video production, music business, vocal and instrumental performance, and more!

GRAMMY Camp faculty of music professionals, together with guest industry professionals and artists, provide valuable insight to give the campers the best chance at achieving success in their chosen career. For more information and to access the application, please visit our website today!

Apply Now

Stevens Pre-College is Accepting Applications for Summer 2022

Make the most of yourr summer by participating in our Summer Pre-College Programs. We want to invite your students to apply today!

You can view our Pre-College offerings here. Each of our programs give students the opportunity to explore a college major and test drive the college experience. Our programs have been creatively designed by a world-class Stevens faculty member who is an expert in their field.

If you would like to get a more in-depth look at what Stevens Pre-College Programs offer, click here!

Our summer 2022 application is still open for students to apply to, and we will accept applications on a rolling basis. However, programs are filling up quickly so students should apply as soon as they are able so that we can assure they receive their first-choice program. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to call us at (201) 216-3683 or email summer@stevens.edu.

Johns Hopkins Engineering Innovation - Zoom Information Session

There’s still time to register for the Johns Hopkins Engineering Innovation’s virtual information session on Thursday, March 10 at 6:00 pm EST.

 

Give your high school student’s college application a boost by enrolling them in our challenging and engaging summer engineering program.

Register Here

Learn more about the application process, program format, and more from experienced program staff and a former student.

Rochester Pre-College Online

Online Courses for High School Students

The University of Rochester welcomes motivated high school students to our Online Pre-College Program. Courses cover a range of compelling subjects, including biomedical engineering, medicine, video game design, and more.

Rochester is a leading research university, with a tradition of breaking boundaries—always pushing and questioning, learning and unlearning. We transform ideas into enterprises that create value for our changing world.

Designed for students ages 13 and up, the program offers some unique benefits:

Our courses provide exciting possibilities for your students—please share this email with them.

You can find shareable flyers below which include key details about our Pre-College Online Program. Please pass these along to your students:

Explore Our Program

Du Bois: Summer Program at Princeton University - Now Virtual

2022 Online Summer Program

Founded in the summer of 1988, the W.E.B. DuBois Scholars Institute provides scholarship and leadership training for high-achieving youth. In light of COVID-19, the W.E.B. Du Bois Scholars Institute's Online Summer Program will occur instead of the traditional Summer Institute at Princeton University.

During the 2022 Online Summer Program, students will experience an academic and leadership development program by receiving rigorous instruction in college level courses. The Du Bois Institute aims to sharpen students’ research and quantitative analysis skills, as well as writing, verbal, and critical reading skills.

Program Overview:

The online program is for current 7th-11th graders (rising 8th - rising 12th graders).

Students can choose from 16 different online courses (based on their grade):

Here is a link to the Course titles and descriptions for your perusal.

Also, attached is the program flyer with course titles and program info.

Course Dates:

Each course occurs over 7 days (excluding weekends) for 90 minutes daily.

Session 1: June 27th - July 6th (5 courses available)

Session 2: July 7th - July 15th (6 courses available)

Session 3: July 18th - July 26th (5 courses available)

+ Each course can be applied for individually.

+ Students can apply for more than one course. Finalists will be assigned to a course before additional courses are granted.

Requirements:

Overall GPA of 3.0; B

Application

2 Letters of Recommendation

Transcript

300 Word Essay

Prompt: What is your interest in the program? Describe your education and career goals, community service activities and/or leadership roles you have performed.

(Essay is required for current 9th, 10th & 11th graders only)

Virtual Interview is Required for Semi-Finalists.

Submission Deadline: April 12, 2022

Rolling admissions thereafter will be based on available space.

Cost:

The tuition fee is $350 per course.

Attached is more information.

+ Du Bois Online Summer Program Flyer

+ Announcement for Applications

Traditional Summer Institute Promotional Video

Traditional Summer Institute Promotional Video: Video

As of 3/4/2022

UCLA Precollege Programs

UCLA Summer Sessions offers high school students flexible options to experience UCLA's world class education and earn UC credit. High school students can join our courses and programs on campus, online or hybrid this summer!

Encourage your students to challenge themselves with UCLA education that is designed to inspire thinking in new ways, and get a head start on their college academics. Join a community of highly motivated students from around the world at the #1 public university in the U.S.!

Some courses and programs, especially Precollege Summer Institutes and SCIP, fill up fast, so register now to reserve your spot.

Whatever your students' goals are, you’ll find what you’re looking for with UCLA Summer Sessions.

Learn More About Precollege Offerings

The UCLA Summer College Immersion Program is designed for exceptionally high-achieving high school students and provides a real-world introduction to an academic life at UCLA. In this six-week program, students choose 1-2 courses and earn college credit. They also enjoy exclusive access to admission and college readiness workshops, guest lectures by UCLA faculty and more. Choose between the in person SCIP or all-virtual eSCIP. Open to rising juniors and seniors.

Learn More

Precollege Summer Institutes offer hands-on, experiential learning opportunities for advanced high school students and award UCLA college credit. 2022 Precollege Summer Institutes will include:

Learn More

UCLA Summer Scholars Support is a need- and merit-based scholarship opportunity for California high school students in 8th-11th grade. Please join us for an information session covering the scholarship eligibility requirements, application process, and frequently asked questions.

Summer Scholar Support Overview

Mar 15, 2022 05:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

This webinar will go over a brief overview of the UCLA Summer Sessions and focus on the Summer Scholar Support program, a need and merit-based scholarship available to California high school students.

To Register for thew Webinar

Drexel's Summer Institutes: Enrichment Opportunities for Your Students

Drexel offers high school students a range of academic programs during the summer to explore what life in college is all about. Offering both residential and day options, your students can take advantage of Drexel faculty-led workshops, labs, facilities, and all the city of Philadelphia has to offer.

The Classes

At Drexel's Summer Institutes, students learn in state-of-the-art recording studios, securities trading labs, designer boutiques, salt marshes, and more. Your students are ambitious — at Drexel, we help them explore their interests and get a preview of college life.

The Teachers

Summer Institutes are led by Drexel University professors. Our faculty are successful artists, business leaders, practicing doctors, counseling professionals, computer programmers, engineers, and expert scientists. They're ready to teach your students what they've learned from working in their industries.

The Campus and Beyond

The college experience is more than just classes. At Drexel's Summer Institutes, students will make new friends, experience the life of an undergrad on campus, and explore the historic city of Philadelphia. With residential and commuting options, and programs that range in length from one to five weeks, school could be the most exciting thing they do all summer.

Read more about the Summer Institutes at Drexel University, including a complete list of programs, dates, and application instructions.

Pre-College Programs

Choose an academic area to see the summer camps that are offered:

As of 3/1/2022

The Cooper Union Summer STEM 2022 Info Session  

We are inviting high school students, their families or guardians, and educators to join us for an information session on Thursday, March 3, 2022 at 6 p.m. EST to learn more about The Cooper Union Summer STEM 2022 program.

Information Session Registration  

The Cooper Union Summer STEM 2022 program offers in-person and virtual classes for 9th, 10th, and 11th graders in a variety of engineering fields on topics addressing current problems and challenges in New York City and globally.

In-person classes meet Monday through Thursday from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. at The Cooper Union campus. Virtual classes meet Monday through Thursday from 1 – 4 p.m. EST. 

Classes start Monday, July 11, 2022

Application [extended] deadline – Thursday, March 30, 2022

Acceptance notification – Friday, April 15, 2022

Cost – $1850 per three- or four-week session, $3850 per six-week session

Financial aid available for low- and middle-income families

To learn more and apply

As of 2/28/2022

Georgetown Pre-College Online Program

Georgetown University designed a program of online courses that invites your students to explore subjects that interest them—and even lead to a college major.

Established in 1789, Georgetown is ranked among the top U.S. universities. We follow the Jesuit tradition of cura personalis—care for the whole person. Students deserve the opportunity to develop their own talents and dreams, and we believe our Pre-College Online Program will help them do that.

Our program offers a range of courses, from law and international relations, to medical research, surgery, politics and government, and entrepreneurial business.

Designed for students ages 13 and up, the program offers some unique benefits:

Dynamic online learning: Lessons are delivered through engaging videos and interactive activities

Renowned faculty: Programs are designed by Georgetown University faculty and feature industry experts

Flexible learning: Students can study anywhere, anytime, at their own pace

Mentorship: Access to mentors who guide their learning experience and help them brainstorm assignments

Certificate of Completion: Students earn this recognition from Georgetown University when they successfully complete a program

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Summer Career Experiences in London

Following last week's government announcement to end all of England's Covid restrictions, we have been inundated with registrations for our Summer Experiences in London. We are already more than 50% full across the board as students look to finally gain the in-person industry experience they've been waiting for.

Our Summer Experiences offer life-changing opportunities to ages 12-18: immersive work experience activities under the guidance of successful professionals at top industry locations around London. Accommodation at University of London halls is available, with all meals and guardianship included.

Covid update: All Covid restrictions have ended in England. Students do not need to quarantine at all on arrival to the UK, regardless of their vaccination status, so they can register now with full confidence. For those still unsure about travelling, each Summer Experience also has a 'Live Online' option which allows students to attend from the comfort of their own homes.

View & Register: Ages 15-18

Our summer programmes offer the ultimate, immersive experience of some of the world’s most desirable careers. Highlights include:

Summer Coding Program Registration Open!

The Coding School is excited to announce our Summer Program registration is now open!

We are happy to announce that this summer we have amazing programs such as: Emerging Tech where students learn about cutting edge tech fields of today including Cybersecurity and Web Development, a new summer camp on Computer Music, our five week long Data Science Research Program, and more for the summer 2022!

Interested to learn more about Summer 2022 Coding Programs?

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College Admissions Collaborative Hightlighting Engineering & Technology(CACHET) STEM Resources & PreCollege Programs

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UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS URBANA-CHAMPAIGN Summer Programs

To get a jump-start on college and all it entails, sign up for an UIUC summer program. Whether you’re looking to earn class credit or explore possible majors, we have something for you!

College of Agricultural, Consumer, & Environmental Sciences

Discovering STEM in ACES

Food Systems Summer Academy in Chicago

Saving FACE (Food, Agriculture, Construction, & Environment) Around the World

USDA Ag Discovery Program

College of Education

Exploring Education

College of Fine & Applied Arts

Art & Design Summer Intensive

Dance Summer Intensive

Discover Architecture

Environmental Arts Summer Intensive (Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Sustainable Design, Urban Planning)

Illinois Summer Youth Music

Theatre Summer Intensive

College of Liberal Arts & Sciences

Arabic High School Program

CURIE: Catalyzing UR Interest in Chemical Engineering EAGER

Mathematics Camp

STEM Research Programs

Gies College of Business

Emerging Business Leaders

Grainger College of Engineering

Aerospace Engineering EAGER

Civil & Environmental Engineering: Addressing Societal Challenges

Cracking the Code: Computer Science Explorations

CURIE: Catalyzing UR Interest in Chemical Engineering EAGER

Discover Engineering

Exploring the Internet of Things

Exploring Mechanical Science & Engineering EAGER

Exploring Nuclear, Plasma, & Radiological Engineering

Exploring Your Options

GEMS: Materials Science & Engineering EAGER

Illinois Aerospace Institute

Mid-GLAM: Materials Science & Engineering

People Designing for People: Exploring Relationships Between Human-Centered Design & Engineering

Power of Bioengineering

RoboScape Cybersecurity

Saving FACE (Food, Agriculture, Construction, & Environment) Around the World

STEM Research Programs

Tracks to the Future: Railroad Transportation & Engineering

What It Takes: Exploring Engineering Online

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 Save the Date! Women of Distinction at Smith College

We are excited to invite students to apply to our Women of Distinction program. This program for high school seniors highlights the opportunities at Smith College for African American, Latina, Asian American, and Native American students. Smith will provide round-trip transportation, meals, and accommodations for all participants. Students will attend panels and workshops on student life and the college admission process, and connect with Smith students and faculty.

The program will take place on October 14-16, 2022.

The online application for the program will be available in early May. Admission is competitive. Please note that only current domestic high school juniors, class of 2023 are eligible to apply.

For more information, please visit Women of Distinction.

We hope you will encourage eligible students to join our contact list.

If you have any questions, please feel free to email us or call us at 413-585-2500.

As of 2/24/2022

Reynolds Young Writers Workshop at Denison University

Every summer for more than two decades, talented high school juniors and seniors to-be have been welcomed to Denison University in Granville, Ohio, for the acclaimed Reynolds Young Writers Workshop. The workshop is an eight-day residential program that incorporates small creative writing workshops, group sessions with Denison creative writing faculty and notable visiting writers, and much more.

Only 48 students get the chance to come to the Hill to participate each June. That means students experience small, intimate writing workshops and one-on-one interactions with people who have made writing their career. It's a great way to connect with a close-knit community of writing teachers, mentors, and peers from around the world.

Now Accepting Applications!

This is your chance to work with award-winning authors whose work has appeared in publications like The New Yorker, The Atlantic, and SB Nation; who have published books; who care deeply about storytelling; and who love to teach.

The program runs from June 19-26, 2022. Financial assistance is available to families who qualify, and information about the program is online at reynolds.denison.edu. Applications must be submitted no later than Tuesday, March 1, 2022, at 11:59pm.

As of 2/23/2022

Carnegie Mellon's Pre-College Programs

The final application deadline for Carnegie Mellon's Pre-College Programs is March 16, 2022. Please don't hesitate to reach out to us if you or your students have any questions or concerns. We look forward to connecting with you!

Students may apply for the program here. Please note: Letter(s) of Recommendation must be received in our online application in order to submit the application.

Atlantic Health System Traditional and Non-Traditional Healthcare Careers Webinar Series for High School Students

Atlantic Health Systems’ Children’s Health and Goryeb Children’s Hospital is proud to share the following program that will be offered free of charge for high school students. Our next Traditional and Non-Traditional Healthcare Careers Webinar of the series will be held via Zoom on Wednesday, March 9, 2022, from 3:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Registration is now open and students can register by clicking here. Please see attached flyer for additional details.  

 

During each event, your students will have the opportunity to learn more about Atlantic Health System as we highlight the diverse careers we offer and are encouraged to ask questions.  Students can register to attend one or all of the programs.  Please encourage students to register even if they cannot attend the live session. The webinar will be recorded and sent out to all students who register to view at their leisure.  

 

Save the date for the last webinar of the series that will focus on Career Tips for Teens:

 Wednesday, May 11, 2022 from 3:00p.m. to 4:00p.m.

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2022 Summer Programs at Landmark College

Our short-term summer programs are a great way for students who learn differently to boost their academic skills and prepare for the fall semester while having fun making new friends in beautiful southern Vermont.

Financial aid is available in most programs to qualifying students.

A diagnosed learning disability is not required to participate in our summer programs.

Click on any of the program names to learn more, or contact us by calling 802-387-6885 or emailing summer@landmark.edu .

Putney, Vermont Programs

High School Summer Program

Who Should Attend? Rising high school juniors and seniors who find it challenging to keep pace academically and want an introduction to college.

July 9 – 30, 2022

Cost: $5,785—Traditional Track

Cost: $6,960—Social Pragmatics Track

(includes room, board, and activities)

Landmark College’s High School Summer Program introduces students to skills and strategies that will help them prepare for college-level work. During the 3-week program, students will experience a learning community focused on their success.

Our Social Pragmatics Track is designed for students who need additional support in making friends, adapting to new sensory environments, and finding community.

Summer College Readiness Program

Who Should Attend? Recent high school graduates preparing to enter college in the fall. (Admission to a college other than LC is required to participate.)

July 17 – 30, 2022

Cost: $3,920 (includes room, board, and activities)

Students are immersed in a living and learning experience that offers a taste of college-level work and the challenges they will encounter as new college students. The 2-week program focuses on preparing recent high school graduates to transition to their crucial first semester of college.

Summer at Brandeis for teens

We are pleased to announce that Brandeis Precollege will offer residential programs this summer and that registration is now open!

 

Our signature Genesis program and our new two-credit course on women’s health are open for bright students seeking an amazing on-campus experience.

Learn more about our programs and get info on the upcoming summer sessions here.

As of 2/22/2022

Columbia University Pre-College Programs

Apply now to secure a spot in Columbia University’s Pre-college summer program. The program offers exceptional students the opportunity to experience the college classroom through course offerings that are engaging and rigorous, meet like-minded peers, and explore New York City through co-curricular activities.

As programs will fill up quickly, we encourage students to apply as early as possible—specifically for the March 3 residential deadline for our Summer Immersion: New York City program. Use code GC20 to waive their application fee for all programs, and that we personally invite them to attend the special information sessions below.

Information Sessions with Student Panelists

Past students of the Summer Immersion Program will answer questions, provide their insights and discuss the Columbia residential NYC experience, Columbia’s commuter experience and Columbia’s online experience.

Register now to learn more:

February 24 - 8:00 p.m. ET

March 2 - 8:00 p.m. ET

Summer Immersion

Students engage in a rich and rigorous academic experience on Columbia’s historic campus, in the heart of New York City.

Residential Application Deadline March 3

Commuter Application Deadline March 31

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Summer Immersion Online

Students dive into the college classroom with Columbia’s world-class instructors, and a dynamic online experience.

Application Deadline March 31

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College Edge

Students earn college credit and prepare to maximize their college experience.

Summer Session 1 Application Deadline April 11

Summer Session 2 Application Deadline May 23

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Environmentally-Conscious Students Needed this Summer at Smith!

Are you an environmentally-conscious student looking to explore issues of energy production, ecological design, and sustainable food sources?

Consider participating in our two-week program, Sustainable Futures at Smith College this summer (July 24- August 6, 2022).

Students in this program are a part of a small community of individuals interested in moving beyond "green" toward understanding what will be necessary to achieve a truly sustainable future.

Learn More about Sustainable Futures

Norwich University Summer Leadership Opportunities

Norwich Honors Program

Norwich University's Honors Program supports an enriched academic experience for selected outstanding students. This program offers the following core elements:

One-on-one faculty mentorship over participant's tenure in the Honors Program.

Customized opportunities for enhanced academic growth.

Learning community of like-minded peers.

Individualized hands-on research experience.

Prestigious Honors Designation upon graduation.

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Virtual Reality

Norwich students have access to the latest technology- including the NROTC department’s COVE (Conning Officer Virtual Environment) system, a U.S. Navy ship handling simulator! Students taking Naval Science (NROTC) courses used the simulator as a part of the lab component of the course.

Future Leader Camp

FLC is a two-week, military-style, summertime adventure experience that builds understanding of small-group leadership techniques, leadership ethics, teamwork, problem-solving, and communication.

Activities include rappelling, paintball, first-aid, classroom instruction, a challenge course, and more!

Paul Smith's College ADK Field Ecology - Summer Program

Paul Smith's College offers a unique summer experience where education and the outdoors come together. PSC offers a two week, four college credit ADK Field Ecology program for interested high school students. Two weeks of summer, Four college credits, and 14,000 acres of wilderness: what could be better?!?!

Here's what's included:

Study the ecology of fish, mammals, birds, invertebrates, and plants

Practice sampling techniques including electrofishing, live-trapping and radio-tracking

Explore terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems

Learn to understand historical ecological patterns using paleoecology

Apply knowledge of water quality sampling and genetics

Take a researcher's approach to Geographic Information Systems (GIS)

Introductory and Advanced courses run concurrently. The Introductory course is ideal for anyone age 16+ interested in obtaining a strong foundation of knowledge and skills through college-level coursework. Students in the Advanced course will earn upper-division (300-level) credits through a more rigorous approach to the curriculum. Students who complete either course will earn 4 college credits.

Course runs July 17 - 30, 2022.

Program cost is inclusive of all tuition, fees, room and board.

Visit: https://www.paulsmiths.edu/summer/adirondack-field-ecology/

As of 2/18/2022

Summer 2022 Juniper Institute for Young Writers from U Mass, Amherst

Students in grades 8-12 who have expressed an interest in creative writing, and a desire to meet a writing community outside of school. We hope you will consider nominating those students to apply for Juniper Young Writers Online taking place July 18-29, 2022.

We’re inviting 8th-12th grade writers to participate in our amazing lineup of online Writing Labs and Craft Sessions this summer. They can participate for one week, July 18-22, or two weeks, July 18-29 for an Intensive session where participants will construct a dedicated writing plan and complete a project in a genre of their choosing.

Apply by March 15 for $100 off the cost of the program as well as consideration for one of our scholarships! And remember, there’s no application fee.

Contact Ms. Nadel if you are interested in being Nominated for this program. susan.nadel@edison.k12.nj.us 

Harvard Student-Run AI Bootcamp

Background on Veritas AI

Veritas AI is an AI program for high school students, founded and run by Harvard graduate students. In the program, students learn the fundamentals of AI, interact with world-class AI practitioners, and build a personalized project that they can use for college applications and beyond. No coding skills are required and the program has levels for advanced students. Here is the program pamphlet and the application for the Spring cohort and early-bird summer are due 13 March, 2022.

As of 2/17/2022

BU Summer Journalism Academy

 The Boston University Summer Journalism Academy, hosted by BU’s College of Communication.

For 13 years, our program has taught high school students core skills in news reporting, interviewing, and writing, while focusing on hands-on experience in and around Boston and their home communities. Taught by award-winning working journalists such as Pulitzer Prize winner Lara Salahi , students learn how to follow facts and get to the heart of stories affecting communities.

Students are challenged to step outside their comfort zone and experience life as a working journalist. In the past, our students spoke with policymakers, reported from a massive immigration march, and highlighted issues affecting teens during the pandemic. They learned how to interview strangers, ask probing questions, and assemble information in a concise story with a deadline.

Students learn practical skills over each two-week session, but they also get a taste of how a newsroom operates.

For students living on-campus, they have the opportunity to:

Two-week sessions begin on June 20, July 4, and July 18. Students decide if they would like to attend our in-person or virtual programs. They also have the option to participate in our writing and reporting program, photojournalism program, or both.

Do you know students who would be a good fit for the Summer Journalism Academy? Please encourage them to learn more by visiting our website and to apply soon, as spots are limited.

If they are accepted to our program and pay the registration fee by March 31, they will receive a special discount of $400 off the in-person tuition (EARLYCAMPUS22) and $200 off tuition for our virtual program (EARLYRLFH22).

UC Berkeley's Pre-College Scholars

Summer Program at UC Berkeley. Our program invites high school students from all over the world, including the US, to participate in summer sessions at Cal. Through our program, students can earn college-level course credit and/or get a real taste of university life. We offer residential, commuter, virtual, and non-credit options.

Summer Virtual Track

Offered virtually for summer 2022

Be part of UC Berkeley’s virtual campus this summer and attend the Pre-College Scholars: Summer Virtual track which offers high school students the opportunity to enroll in online courses while earning UC Berkeley credit.

Important Dates:

     Application opens - Tuesday, February 15, 2022, 9:00am (PST)

     Application deadline - Monday, June 6, 2022, 11:59pm (PST)

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Summer Residential Track

Offered in-person for summer 2022

Live on campus and be part of a community of high school students who will be able to take full advantage of everything UC Berkeley has to offer.

Important Dates:

     Application opens - Tuesday, February 1, 2022

     Application deadline - Monday, March 14, 2022

     Program dates - June 19 - July 1, 2022

     Cancellation Deadline - Friday, April 15, 2022

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      Summer Non-Credit Track

      Offered in-person for summer 2022

      This short-term, immersive residential track invites you to join an interactive learning environment while           exploring what it means to be part of UC Berkeley.

       

       Computer Science Academy

       Important Dates

           Application opens - Tuesday, February 1, 2022

           Application deadline - Monday, March 14, 2022

           Program dates - June 19 - July 1, 2022

           Cancellation deadline - Friday,  April 15, 2022

       Berkeley Changemaker™

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Pre-C Virtual Office (Summer 2022)

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As of 2/16/2022

William Paterson University Jump Start Summer Program

New Jersey high school students in the Class of 2023 or 2024 are invited to take online college courses this summer as part of our Jump Start Summer Program! This opportunity allows students to get a head start in their college career and save money down the line.

Join us on Thursday, March 10 at 6:00PM for a Virtual Information Session, featuring:

Click here to RSVP!

Make your summer count toward college!

If you’re a New Jersey high school student in the Class of 2023 or 2024, William Paterson University can help you get a jump start on college and save money! You may be eligible to enroll in an affordable class at WP for college credit this summer.

Earning college credits while you are still in high school can help you get ahead in your college career and save money down the line. Plus, you will benefit from our discounted high school student tuition rate of $295 per credit for New Jersey residents.

College level classes will be taught by our outstanding faculty. Credits earned will appear on an official William Paterson University transcript and will count toward a William Paterson degree or can be transferred to most colleges. All Jump Start Summer classes start after July 1st!

Eligibility Requirements:  Students in the high school graduating classes of 2023 and 2024.  Rising New Jersey high school juniors with a GPA of 3.25 or higher or rising