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Summer ProgramDeadlines and Dates of ProgramDescription of ProgramContact
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Academy of Media Production (AMP)
@ The College of Communication
Boston University
Program Dates: July 8 to Aug. 2, 2019
Application deadline: April 30, 2019, then applications reviewed on space-availability basis
AMP is designed for bright and creative rising high school sophomores, juniors, and seniors who are eager to develop their cinematic and journalistic storytelling skills. In this life-changing, four-week summer experience.Website: bu.edu/amp
Email: buamp@bu.edu.
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Adelphi University
Pre College Program
Garden City, NY
Program Dates:
Sunday, July 21 – Saturday, August 3, 2019
Adelphi University’s Pre-College program is an exciting way for you to gain an unforgettable college experience while still in high school. Through our college credit-bearing programs, you can test academic subject areas and substantially strengthen your skills while being part of a challenging University-based learning community.http://precollege.adelphi.edu/programs/
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Alfred University Summer Program for Teens Alfred, NYDates: Throughout June- July depending on Program
Programs: Art: Portfolio Preparation: July 21-26
Astronomy: June 30-July 4
Ceramic & Glass Engineering: July 7th-11
Creative Writing: June 30-July 4th
Consumer Chemistry:
Computer: July 7th-11th
Equine Business Institute: July
Robotics Engineering: June 30th-July 4
Theatre
Sports Camps (Day and Residential)
Day Camps
Application deadline: May 1, 2019
Each year we welcome high school students from all over the country to our beautiful campus to participate in exciting academic and sports co-ed overnight summer camps. These programs provide young people with opportunities to learn more about their fields of interest, to sample life on a college campus, and to meet other students with similar interests and academic ability.https://www.alfred.edu/about/community/summer-camps/index.cfm

607.871.2612
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American University,
Washington, DC
AU GAP Program
Program Dates: Summer 2019
Session 1: June 24 - July 6
Session 2: July 8 - July 20

Early Application Deadline: Feb. 20, 2019
Deposit Deadline: April 1, 2019
Application Deadline: May 1, 2019
Deposit Deadline: June 1, 2019
American University’s Gap Program will provide you with an enriching experience in Washington, D.C. You will build a foundation for academic and professional success, while focusing on skills that can be applied later in college and a career. The Gap Program is an excellent option if you have just completed high school and are taking a year off before starting college.http://www.american.edu/spexs/augap/
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American Institute for Foreign Study
(AIFS)
See site for specific program dates

AIFS Summer Advantage provides the opportunity for students aged 16-18 to experience an international educational program in a prestigious university setting and get a head start on one or more of the subjects they wish to study during college. These programs strengthen students’ prospects for acceptance at a leading university through foreign language study or liberal arts courses abroad.www.aifssummeradvantage.com

studyabroad@aifs.com.

(800) 727-2437
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Amherst College Amherst, MA Writers WorkshopProgram Date: July 23 - July 29Focused on sharpening student writing in the domains of poetry, fiction, and non-fiction, the Great Books Summer Writer's Workshop builds on fourteen years of experience engaging students in big conversations by providing a program wherein they articulate their own answers. Emphasizing creativity, students work with accomplished writers in an intensive atmosphere dedicated to either generating new work or honing existing projects.http://www.greatbookssummer.com/writers-workshop/

info@greatbookssummer.com

1-866-480-7323
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Anna Maria College
Paxton, MA
Dates not yet determinedHeld on the Anna Maria campus, this dynamic summer program will allow you to explore three of our unique academic programs. annamaria.edu/redbluebattle
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Appalachian Mountain Club
Teen Wilderness Adventures

Boston, MA
Different dates depending on choice of activityFor over 25 years, Teen Wilderness Adventures have offered fun, challenging, outdoor trips for youth age 12-18. Our trips go beyond the ordinary, providing supportive, professional leadership while teaching valuable wilderness skills and essential life lessons. Our unique approach fosters an appreciation for the environment, helps teens develop confidence, and instills a spirit of adventure. With eight participants and two instructors per trip, we are able to offer impecable risk management and facilitate positive group dynamics. Outdoors.org/teenadventures

603 466-2727
ckendrick@outdoors.org
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ArtsBridge Summer Programs2 week programs over the summer July-August

Since 2010, ArtsBridge Summer has given high school performing artists the tools to perfect their craft and audition approach, guided by top college arts faculty and industry professionals. ArtsBridge Summer programs are designed to hone the skills of students who pursue acting, musical theater, and classical music at the college level and beyond.http://artsbridge.com/summer-programs/

855.778.ARTS
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Assumption College
PreCollege
Worcester, MA
See site for specific program dates

It is a pleasure to inform you about this year's Pre-College Program at Assumption College in Worcester, Massachusetts. Sponsored by Assumption College's premier interdisciplinary liberal arts program, this six-day program gives select rising high school seniors an opportunity to gain firsthand experience of studying the Humanities in a college environment.http://www.assumption.edu/admissions/pre-college-summer-program

mguerra@assumption.edu
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Babson College - Summer Program
Wellesley, MA
Program Dates:
July 6–August 3, 2019
For rising juniors and seniors.

Application deadline: March 1, 2019
This five-week, residential program will give students the opportunity to focus on entrepreneurial ventures that create social, economic, and environmental value. Targeted at high-achieving students the
summer before entering their junior or senior year, this course is taught by top-ranked Babson faculty in a challenging, campus environment.
http://www.babson.edu/admission/visiting-students/high-school/Pages/home.aspx
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Barnard College
New York City, New York
Junior and Senior GIRLS eligible
Students from around the globe come to New York City to pursue their passions in a rigorous, academic setting. With six distinct programs to choose from, ranging from entrepreneurship to dance, you have the unique opportunity to explore an area of interest on a deeper level through both in-class discussions and city exploration. As part of the learning experience at Barnard, you will get a taste of both college life and the Big Apple!http://barnard.edu/precollege Phone: 212.854.8866
Fax: 212.854.8867
pcp@barnard.edu
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Becker College
Summer Classes for Transfer Credit
May - August Depending on classFor students who are entering college and want to get ahead on credits, or students just looking to experience a college class, Becker is the place for them! We will be offering great transfer classes such as, College Algebra, Statistics, US History, World History, Nutrition, English Composition, Pre-Calculus, Calculus, Global Economics, Introduction to Psychology, Introduction to Sociology and many more.jonathan.ladino@becker.edu

508.373.9505
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Brandeis University: High School Summer Programs (Precollege)Priority Deadline - JANUARY 10
Final Deadline - APRIL 10

Program Dates: June - August (see site for details)
BrandeisHSP offers outstanding residential experiences for exceptional high school students from around the world. We provide students with the opportunity to explore academic and artistic pursuits in connection with a diverse body of individuals who share their commitment to building a global community.July 31st - August 6th

Fellowship Applications Due May 15th, 2019
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Brandeis University
Summer Fellowship Program
July 31st - August 6th,

Fellowship Applications Due May 15th, 2019
The mission of Interfaith Youth Initiative is to bring youth from different faith traditions together to deepen mutual understanding and develop a community that will work hand in hand for justice and positive social change. Throughout the summer program, we will explore together how our diverse faiths and traditions can make a difference in enacting the radical spiritual vision of justice. Fellows will learn about their own leadership and cooperative dialogue styles and develop new skills for transformation in their schools, communities and houses of worship.See Website for Details
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Bay Path University Longmeadow, MA
Summer School
Session I: May 28, 2019 - June 28, 2019
Session II: July 1, 2019 - August 2, 2019
Bay Path offers an opportunity for women from area high schools, community colleges, currently enrolled Bay Path students, and community members of any age to pursue their educational goals throughout the summer.http://www.baypath.edu/academics/undergraduate-programs/summer-school/

413.565.1223
summerschool@baypath.edu
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Binghamton University
Summer College
State University of New York
See site for specific program dates

There are many reasons your students should apply. Opportunities include taking courses such as "Intro to Engineering," "Business Foundations and Leadership Academy," "Speech and Debate," "Behind the Scenes at the Museum" and "U Code,Girl!" taught by distinguished Binghamton faculty living in Binghamton's modern residential halls meeting other talented high-school students exploring the local community learning about the college admission processhttps://www.binghamton.edu/admissions/summer-college/?utm_content=Counselor%20Summer%20College%20Message&utm_campaign=Binghamton%20Summer%20College&utm_source=Slate&utm_medium=email
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Boston Architectural CollegeJuly 8 - August 2, 2019
Monday to Friday, 9 am–5 pm

Summer Academy is open to high school students entering grades 9–12. No previous design experience is necessary. There is no such thing as a typical student for us. Our students are aspiring artists, architects, interior designers, engineers, industrial designers, computer game creators, landscape designers, and more.the-bac.edu

617-585-0123

summer@the-bac.edu
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Boston Enrichment Academy
Please refer to the website for the latest datesThe Boston Enrichment Academy (BEA) is a selective summer academic enrichment program designed to prepare and educate motivated high school students about the skills needed for an entrepreneurial career path. Through our real-life project-based program, students enhance their confidence, public speaking skills, teamwork capabilities and entrepreneurial skills.It has been noted that attending an academic-based enrichment program is a trend among the top applicants to elite colleges and universities. Nationally, there are a variety of high-quality programs; however, the majority are science, technology, engineering or mathematics (STEM) based. Despite numerous polls showing that many high school students envision themselves owning or managing a business in the future, there is a significant lack of academic enrichment programs for business preparation.Website:http://www.bostonenrichmentacademy.org/index.html
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Boston Leadership
Institute
3 types:
three-week research programs
one-week science programs
math/science course prep

Refer to website for different program dates and types.
For top STEM students, we offer award-winning three-week research programs in Biological Research, Biomedical Research, Engineering, Chemistry Research, Clinical Psychology Research, and Neuroscience Research. For high school students wanting one-week science programs, consider recommending: Forensics, Anatomy, and Marine Biology, and Photography.
The final type of program is designed for students who would like to take Calculus, Chemistry, or AP Statistics , but who may benefit from some additional preparation over the summer.
https://www.bostonleadershipinstitute.com/summer-2018-schedule.html

(617) 283-4825

http://bostonleadershipinstitute.com/index.html
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Boston University
Academy of Media Production
July 8th - August 2nd, 2019AMP students learn the power of good writing and visual literacy by creating videos, films, webcasts, multi-camera productions, and more. Faculty and staff instruction allows students to engage in the process and to explore their creativity. With college on the horizon many high school students wonder how these interests translate to the next stage of life. This on-campus, live-in collegiate experience allows students the chance to investigate potential educational and professional opportunities.buamp@bu.edu

617.353.5015
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Boston University Reading Skills and Speed Reading ProgramsJune 23rd - July 21st - 3:30-5:45Speed Reading: Students in these programs make substantial gains in comprehension while increasing reading speed. They also learn the best way to read textbooks, take notes, and study for tests.Love of Reading: This program will transform your reading skills. Our average student doubles reading speed in difficult material and triples reading speed in easier material, while improving comprehension, concentration, and recall.CALL FOR MORE INFORMATION OR TO REGISTER 1-800-903-1062

http://bu.readingprograms.org/6/Home
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Boston University: Programs in Mathematics for Young Scientists (PROMYS)See site for specific program dates

PROMYS is a six-week summer program at Boston University designed to encourage strongly motivated high school students to explore in depth the creative world of mathematics in a supportive community of peers, counselors, research mathematicians, and visiting scientists.www.promys.org
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Boston University College of Communication- New England Center for Investigative Reporting Session 1: June 24 to July 5
Session 2: July 8 to July 19
Session 3: July 22 to Aug. 2

The application deadline is two weeks prior to the start of each session, depending on space. Students interested in financial aid or payment plans should apply early, as aid is first-come, first-served.
The Summer Investigative Reporting Workshop is a two-week program designed to give high school students hands-on training in investigative reporting and the chance to write and report investigative stories that could be published in their own school publications or in major media outlets in New England.http://studentprograms.necir.org/high-school-summer-investigative-reporting-workshop/

Jsaftel@bu.edu

617-531-1685 x. 706
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Boston University Summer Term High School ProgramsSummer Challenge:
Two weeks, starting June 16, July 7, and July 21

High School Honors: Six weeks starting June 30

RISE Internship / Practicum: Six weeks starting June 30

Summer Preview: One week starting July 21

We invite you to choose from five exciting and challenging summer high school programs. Each program offers the opportunity to explore new subjects and college life—while making friends with fellow students and participating in social activities in Boston and on campus. Join other motivated high school students from 49 states and 87 countries and experience a great introduction to college life and academics.
http://www.bu.edu/summer/high-school-programs/

617-353-1378

summerhs@bu.edu
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Boston University
SummerLab Biotech program: BU School of Medicine
DNA, Genes and Drug Production – July 8-12

Clinical Connection: A Medical Research Challenge – July 15-19

DNA, Genes and Drug Production – July 22-26

Clinical Connection: A Medical Research Challenge – July 29-August 2
Students and teachers explore topics in health, disease and industry through an inquiry-based methodology. CityLab is available to Middle and High School students, educators, and groups interested in Biotechnology.http://www.bumc.bu.edu/citylab/summerlab/


sumlab@bu.edu
617-638-5620
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Brandeis University: Waltham, MA
-App Design
-BIMA (dance, music, visual arts, writing and theater)
-Young Leaders Conference on Israel
-Genesis (science, religions, tech, business, gender/sexuality)
-Service Corps
Program Dates: See site for specific program dates

App Design: JULY 2019
BIMA: JULY 2019
Young leaders Conference on Israel: JUNE 2019
Genesis: JULY 2019
Service: JULY 2019

Brings together a select group of motivated high school students from a wide range of backgrounds to pursue intellectual and Jewish exploration in a challenging, nurturing, and collaborative community that offers a wide range of different programs and activities centered around your interests.http://www.brandeis.edu/precollege/apply/index.html
(781) 736-8416

or email at:
precollege@brandeis.edu
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The Bridge: College Prep and Leadership Academy

University of Pittsburgh
Please refer to the website for the latest datesGain a competitive edge when applying to college by participating in The Bridge, a college preparation program here at the University of Pittsburgh. Open to rising high school juniors and seniors, our Academy offers leadership development experience and college preparation workshops to provide the knowledge and skills needed to successfully navigate the college application process. We have partnered with The Princeton Review to provide you with SAT/ACT test preparation and a practice test.
http://www.studentaffairs.pitt.edu/ccld/lead/bridge/

412-648-9523
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Bridge Pre-Health & Field Science Program

@ The University of The South
See site for specific program dates

The Bridge Pre-Health & Field Science Program is a summer opportunity for rising high school seniors (students between their junior & senior year) whose backgrounds and experiences would contribute to and enrich the diversity of our academic community and who are interested in studying pre-health sciences, field sciences, and math. The University of the South will host 20 students for 3 weeks on the domain. The applicants will select one of the two tracks offered: Pre-Health or Field Science, and outside of those track specific classes take calculus and statistics.http://www.sewanee.edu/bridge/

931-598-1856

arsummer@sewanee.edu
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The Bronfman
Fellowships
Please refer to the website for the latest datesThe Fellowship begins with a 5-week, all- expenses-paid summer program in Israel where fellows travel through Israel, explore their Jewish identity, and engage with thinkers, authors, artists, and educators in a transformative experience, while learning about themselves and each other.http://www.bronfman.org/
americanfellowship

Phone: 518-475-7212
Email: tech@byfi.org
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Brown University Pre-Baccalaurete Program
Providence, RI
Program Details:
June 23 – August 9, 2019

Academically ready rising or graduated high school seniors are invited to apply to Brown’s Pre-Baccalaureate Program, a selective program designed to engage college-ready high school students in college level learning. "Pre-Baccs" enroll in regular Brown University Summer Session undergraduate courses, earn college credit, study side-by-side with Brown undergraduates, and experience the rigors and deep satisfactions of Ivy League learning.http://www.brown.edu/academics/professional/pre-college/credit-courses.php
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Brown University Summer@Brown
Providence, RI
Multiple 1- to 4-Week Sessions

Refer to website for different program dates.
Summer@Brown offers courses that are designed for students looking to experience college-level academics on an Ivy League campus. Reflecting Brown’s broad liberal arts curriculum, Summer@Brown features nearly 200 courses, designed and taught at the level of first-year college courses, and ranging in length from one to four weeks. Resting on the principles that are at the core of a Brown undergraduate education and its open curriculum, the program shifts the focus away from grades and credits and towards learning itself. https://precollege.brown.edu/

summer@brown.edu

(401) 863-7900
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Bryan University
Department of Economics
9:00am – 3:00pm August 5th - August 9th.

Application Deadline - May 15th
Students will work closely with Bryant University faculty and students. In an active learning environment, students will work together to use economic concepts to suggest solutions to current social issues. Days will be filled with instruction, games, activities, experiments and much morehttps://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdmpfo0mVcMVpWaTiUMk1pTpbFHYjYSIu89yHUpY_FHBDwLIg/viewform
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Bucknell University
Lewisberg, PA
June 23 - 27, 2019


Applications are due April 20
Our days will generally begin at 8 a.m. and end by 10 p.m. Your schedule may include a faculty or an alumni speaker, group discussions, hands-on projects, reflection, presentations, college advice, and (fun) opportunities to get to know our campus, our community and other BASE participants.http://www.bucknell.edu/BASE

BASE@bucknell.edu
570.577.2000
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Camp Bizsmart
California
See site for specific program dates

Camp BizSmart, the premier entrepreneur academy for ages 11 – 15, was recently named by CNN Money as one of the five
most unique camps in the U.S.
www.campbizsmart.org

1-800-475-0869 or (408)
395-1937
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Camp CardiacPlease refer to the website for the latest dates-

Dates depend on desired location.
With a focus on both education and real world experience, Camp Cardiac provides students with a unique opportunity to learn directly from experts in the medical field. In addition, this 1-week summer day camp provides a foundation for heart healthy living with an emphasis on both diet and exercise.http://www.campcardiac.org/index.html

info@campcardiac.org
312-659-0246
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Camp Erin Boston
Boston, MA
Friday, August 16, 2019- Sunday, August 18, 2019Camp Erin® Boston is a FREE weekend overnight camp for children and teens ages 6 through 17 who have experienced the death of someone close to them in their lifetime. This three day, two night experience is filled with traditional and fun camp activities combined with grief education and emotional support facilitated by bereavement professionals and trained volunteers.http://camperinboston.org

jwiles@mah.harvard.edu

508-309-5107
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Camp Stepping Stones
Beverly Farms, MA
July 2019A summer event open to children, teens and families who have experienced the death of someone in their lives.www.caredimensions.org/camp

855-774-5100

Grief@CareDimensions.org
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Camp Trident
Washington, MA
Please refer to the website for the latest dates

They should be updating by February 20th
To Inspire 13 to 17 year old boys by providing them with an exciting outdoor experience laced with challenging activities designed to enhance teamwork, self confidence, and perseverance. This will be accomplished through intensive mentorship and constant exposure to positive role models in an austere, stressing and controlled environment.757-647-2719

http://camptrident.com
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Campus NYC
Culinary Arts Summer Program and Summer Cooking Camp
Standard 2-week program:
Session 1: June 30 - July 13, 2019
Session 2: July 14 - 27, 2019
Session 3: July 28 - August 3, 2019
Session 4: August 4 - 10, 2019

Applications will be accepted until a week before the program begins, or when the program fills.
This program is open to students ages 12 - 17. While experience is suggested, it is not required. Our biggest requirement is a love of food, and a desire to learn culinary arts! Day and Residential Available for ALL programs

info@campusNYC.org

http://campusnyc.org

+1 800 883 1753
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Carnegie Mellon Summer Pre-College Programs
Fine Arts: Architecture, Art, Design, Drama, Music
National High School Game Academy
Please refer to the website for the latest datesOur Summer Pre-College Programs will show you what life at Carnegie Mellon is all about - from the classroom to what's happening on weekends. You'll meet people from all over the world, be inspired by our world-renowned faculty, take part in the excitment of campus and have the opportunity to explore the city of Pittsburgh.admission.enrollment.cmu.edu/pages/pre-college

412.268.2082
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Case Western Reserve University - Pre-College Summer ProgramsJune 23rd - July 13th, 2019

Application Deadline - May 1st
Case Wester Reserve University's Pre-Collegiate Summer Programs fully immerse ambitious high school students in a college curriculum, conversations and activities.

Programs include - Imagine Science, Innovation and Entrepreseurship, Social Justice and Women in STEM
case.edu/summerprograms
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The Catholic University of America -- The Busch School of Business and Economics
Summer Business Inistitute
2019 Summer Business Institute will run from Sunday, June 23rd - Friday, June 28th.

Early Decision deadline - March 15th
Regular Decision deadline - May 1st.
An intense, six-day educational experience in business innovation, leadership and ethics. The week will feature presentations and workshops put on by the top men and women in their fields. Open to rising juniors and seniors in high school.CatholicSBI.org

Email: CUA-SummerInstitute@cua.edu

Phone: 202 319 6286
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The Catholic
University of America – Experiences in Architecture Program
Session I: June 16-28
Session II: July 7 – 19
The Experiences in Architecture program at The Catholic University of America is an intense three-week workshop for students interested in architecture or other design related fields. Students are exposed to both the academic and the professional sides of the architecture arena, as the city of Washington, D.C., becomes their classroom.https://architecture.catholic.edu/

202.319.5188
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Council for International Educational ExchangeSee website for specific program datesWe offer three types of academic summer programs for high school students:
Language and Culture: Chile, Morocco, China, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Spain, Peru and the Dominican Republic (7 languages/pre & post STAMP testing/ follow ACTFL standards/ accredited by Tulane University/receive 4 college credits)
Service and Leadership: Thailand, Tanzania, Senegal, South Africa, Dominican Republic, Ghana, India and Morocco (50 Service Hours)
Global Discovery: Exploring Rome Through Art & Film (Rome), Wildlife Conservation (Botswana and Australia), Human Rights and Environmental Policy (Thailand), Digital Film Making and Documentary (Spain), K-Pop Immersion (South Korea), Sustainability (Costa Rica), World Government (Belgium), Creative Arts (Prague) and Global Entrepreneurship (Ireland and Germany)
bcanner@ciee.org
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Centenary Summer ScholarsSession 1: July 7th – 13th, 2019
Session 2: July 14th – 20th, 2019
Session 3: July 21st – 27th, 2019
Centenary Summer Scholars feature pre-college summer programs for rising 8th through 12th grade students. Located in Hackettstown, New Jersey, Centenary University provides a fun and creative learning space in which students can make the most of our wonderful resources. Our majors are a great way to experience the University environmentsummerscholars@centenarycollege.edu

1-866-749-6426

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Champlain College
Young Writers' Conference
Burlington, VT
May 24-26, 2019

The 2019 application deadline is March 8.
The Champlain College Young Writers’ Conference (CCYW), a residential writers’ weekend specifically for high school students, takes place this May 26 - 28 on the hillside campus of Burlington's Champlain College. For dedicated young writers, it is a chance to meet others who share their passion for telling the stories of their lives. It is also an opportunity to study the craft of writing with some of New England's most celebrated authors and teachers.Email: ccyw@champlain.edu
Phone: (802) 865-8456

http://www.champlain.edu/young-writers-conference
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Christopher Newport University
Summer Humanities University
Virginia
June 16-28, 2019

Application Deadline: March 15th
Christopher Newport’s Summer Humanities Institute offers select high school students an opportunity to explore the revolutionary ideas in science, religion and politics that changed the course of human history through a rigorous, multidisciplinary program in philosophy, history, literature and classical studies led by CNU faculty.Participants will live on campus while exploring deeply the thinkers, leaders and events that shaped history – topics essential to understanding our nation’s history and America's place in the world.summerhumanities@cnu.edu
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The Citadel
Charleston, SC
Preparing and Assisting the Whole Student Program
See site for specific program dates

Preparing and Assisting the Whole Student is the goal of the P.A.W.S. Program. P.A.W.S. is a two-to-three-hour informational program that occurs five times each summer. It is open to any student who would like to attend, but it is aimed primarily at minority students who are (1) interested in The Citadel and (2) have not yet reached their senior year in high school. As part of the short program, P.A.W.S. participants receive information on various aspects of the cadets lifestyle, as well as a campus tour.http://www.citadel.edu/root/admissions-paws-for-your-future
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CIP Summer
Program for young adults with learning differences
Early Deadline: January 1
Priority Deadline: April 30
CIP’s two-week summer programs for teens with Asperger’s Syndrome, High Functioning Autism, PDD-NOS, ADHD, Nonverbal LD and other Learning Differences. Young Adults with Asperger’s, ADHD and Learning Differences learn valuable skills to make a successful transition to college and beyondhttp://cipworldwide.org/summer/

admissions@cipworldwide.org

877-566-9247
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Clarkson University
Young Scholars
Please refer to the website for the latest datesConsistent with Clarkson's overall focus on interdisciplinary education, students are given a problem to examine and solve from three different perspectives. The three disciplines involved are business, engineering, and ethics/social values. Working individually and in small groups, students conduct research and make a final presentation to campus and community.http://www.clarkson.edu/youngscholars/

(315) 268-4425

bkozsan@clarkson.edu
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Cleveland Institute of Art Pre-College
Program
Session 1: July 7-July 19, 2019
Session 2: July 21-August 2, 2019

Applications can be submitted online from November 1, 2018, through May 1, 2019.
At CIA’s pre-college program you’ll spend two weeks using the tools and
processes available only to our students and experience the life of an art student at a premier college of art and design.
Tom Berger
216.421.7460tberger@cia.edu

cia.edu/precollege
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Cornell University: School of Continuing Education and Summer Sessions
Ithaca, NY
https://sce.cornell.edu/precollege/programWe offer pre-college programs for talented high school students. Experience the excitement of college life, take college courses with renowned faculty, and enjoy an "unforgettable, life-changing summer."summercollege.cornell.edu

607.255.6203.
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Cornell University: One Course Summer InstituteSee site for specific program dates

Are you a talented and motivated high school sophomore, junior or senior who wants to get a jump-start on earning some college credits? Cornell's One Course Summer Insitiute is designed for you. Apply for one of the five hands-on courses. You'll learn alongside peers from across the country and discover what professors expect of college-level work -- all while experincing One Course At A Time first hand.
Courses: Theatre and Dance Performance Intensive, The Fiction Laboratory, Virtual Reality Tools & Design, Peak Performance: Applied Sport Performance Psychology, DNA: It's in Your Genes.
Call 319.895.4350

Email Julie Barns at jbarnes@cornellcollege.edu
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Cornerstone Stummer InstituteJune 22nd - June 28th, 2019

Applications due April 22
The Cornerstone Summer Institute is a week-long summer camp at the University of Virginia where high school students learn about slavery and its legacies by exploring the University, Charlottesville, and area landmarks. Applications are being accepted on a rolling basis until April 22, 2019. Some financial aid is available for students with demonstrated need.https://admission.virginia.edu/sites/admission2016.virginia.edu/files/2019csi.pdf
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Creek Camp: Allegheny College
Meadville, PA
Session 1: June 23-28, 2019

Session 2: July 7-12, 2019
Creek Camp is a great experience for students who are interested in studying environmental science in college, or those who simply love the outdoors.http://sites.allegheny.edu/creekconnections/creek-camp/

(814) 332-5351
creek@allegheny.edu
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Curry College
Summer CSI Forensics Program
July 8th - July 12th
July 15th - July 19th
This July, Curry College is offering a CSI - Forensics program for rising sophomores through seniors. Students will have the opportunity to learn the role of a crime scene investigator from an expert CSI and forensic analyst!
www.curry.edu/summerCSI,
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Cushing Academy
Ashburnham, MA
See site for specific program dates

http://www.cushing.org/Page/Summer

Email: summersession@cushing.org

Phone: 978-827-7700
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Danforth Art Museum/SchoolJuly 8-August 2, 2019
Weeklong, half-day or full-day sessions for
High School students in Grades 9-12
High school students will assist with overall program facilitation for Summer Arts, our highly popular summer day program for children in grades K through 8. Assistants are expected to help with basic set up and clean up of materials and classrooms, organization of supplies, oversight of children's activities and projects, and general support for teachers. Art experience is appreciated, but not required, and experience working with children and families is preferred.http://www.danforthart.org/summerartsTeens.html

(508) 620-0937

school@danforthart.org
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July Experience at Davidson College
Davidson, NC
2019 Session: June 30 - July 20

Tuition $4000 for food, room, activities and textbook rentals
July Experience is a powerful three-week academic immersion experience for rising high school juniors and seniors on the campus of Davidson College. Students live in dorms with a diverse cohort of participants and Davidson student mentors, take two courses from Davidson faculty, and have the opportunity to participate in workshops with admission staff. Opportunities are available to explore the town, spend time at our lake campus, and visit Charlotte throughout the program.https://www.davidson.edu/offices/july-experience

704-894-2508
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Duke University
Summer Session
Durham, NC
Summer College:
July 7 – August 2, 2019

Summer Academy:
Term 1: June 16 – July 5, 2019
Term 2: July 14 – August 2, 2019

Deadline:
Monday, April 15, 2019
2 Different Programs offered:
Summer College for HS Students: (grades 10-11)
Earn college credit while taking classes wit undergrad and international students. Get a glimpse of the college life both academically and residentially.

Summer Academy for HS Students: (grades 9-12)
A non-credit experience that allows you to take enrichment college classes, experience college life and participate in excursions.
https://summersession.duke.edu/high-school-students

Contact:
919-684-6259

summercollege@duke.edu
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Drexel University
Philadelphia, PA
Summer Institutes
Program Dates: See site for details

There are 10 different concentrations with many programs within them with different dates.
Drexel's summer academic programs are open to highly motivated high school students who wish to explore what a university-level program is all about. Workshops are led by Drexel faculty and utilize Drexel's labs, facilities, and the city of Philadelphia's many resources.Website: http://drexel.edu/undergrad/summer//
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Dynamy Summer Internship Program
Worcester, MA
July 8th - August 16th - 2019

Dynamy Summer Internship Program is an intensive 6 week experience that allows a group of 15 high school graduates to explore their passions and discover direction through a hands-on internship in Worcester, MA. With over 100 internship options in a variety of fields, Dynamy interns will gain real world experience in a supportive, yet independent environment. Similar to Dynamy Internship Year, the Dynamy Summer Internship Program will offer an adventure challenge, one-on-one advising, apartment living, life skills workshops, and a close sense of community in order to build on strengths and hone skills.admissions@dynamy.org

508-755-2571
27 Sever Street
Worcester, MA 01609
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Eleanor Roosevelt Center at Val-Kill
Girls Leadership Worldwide
Boys Leadership Worldwide
Hyde Park, NY
See site for specific program dates

Each summer, the Eleanor Roosevelt Center holds two exciting and transformational ten-day programs for high school girls and boys who desire to make a difference in their own lives, their communities and the world. With Eleanor Roosevelt's life and legacy as a model, students diverse in cultur and geography bring their passion and leadership potential to life. ERVK.org
GLW@ERVK.org
BLW@ERVK.org

845 229 5302
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Elmira College
Summer Educational Experience
Please refer to the website for the latest datesElmira College’s residential pre-college summer program, SEE EC, provides an opportunity for high school students to experience college life and take college- level courses while living in a diverse campus environment. The College offers seven courses in a variety of different fields designed for pre-college students.https://www.elmira.edu/admissions-aid/Enrolled_Students/SR/index.html

seeec@elmira.edu

607.735.1825
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Emerson College Boston, MASummer Journalism Institute: July 7 - July 27, 2019

Application Deadline: May 13, 2019

The Summer Journalism Institute offers rising sophomores, juniors and seniors an opportunity to explore techniques and approaches to produce journalism in a variety of digital formats. Students move beyond the traditional methods of communicating news and explore using blogs, microblogs, texting, Twitter, and their mobile devices to find and interview sources, take and format pictures, and shoot and edit video to create packages online and on the air. The program takes advantage of Emerson College's state-of-the-art journalism labs to give students access to the ultimate multimedia learning environment.http://www.emerson.edu/academics/pre-college/pre-college-institutes/summer-journalism-institute

Phone: 617-824-8280
Email: precollege@emerson.edu
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Emerson College Boston, MAPlease refer to the website for the latest datesThe Pre-College Communication Disorders Institute will provide you with the opportunity to discover the multifaceted aspects of the field of Speech-Language Pathology. Varied learning opportunities will make topics come alive through faculty presentations, guest lectures, discussions, hands-on exploration, and in-class projects.Phone: 617-824-8280
Email: precollege@emerson.edu
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Emerson College Boston, MAPre-College Stage Design Program: July 7, 2019 - August 11, 2019
The Pre-College Stage Design Studio program is focused on design and technology for theater and film. The program is taught by experienced faculty and professional designers who share their own processes and provide experience in all stage of creating and presenting ideas for scenic, costume, and lighting designs. http://www.emerson.edu/academics/pre-college/stage-design#Program%20Dates%20and%20Costs

Phone: 617-824-8280
Email: precollege@emerson.edu
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Engineering Pipeline ProgramDeadline - April 26th

Refer to website for internship/work opportunities
Companies like National Grid will need qualified engineers in the future to continue to grow our innovative and evolving business. “Engineering our Future,” our engineering pipeline program, is our long-term strategy to encourage bright, young people, guided by their parents and teachers, to consider engineering careers. We’re looking to inspire, attract, and develop future engineers. And to get students of all ages and backgrounds to study science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM)...so they can help us build the future of our industry and our world. We’ve invested more than $3 million in this critical program and will continue to support engineers-in-the-making.https://www.nationalgridus.com/Our-Company/Careers/Engineering-Pipeline-Program

Grace Sawaya at (978) 265-0578
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Exeter Summer
School
July 1 - Aug. 2, 2019

Rolling admissions
Financial aid deadline:
February 15
Five weeks of academic exploration, athletics, and discovery. The Upper school for those who completed grades 9-12 and the ACCESS program for those who completed grades 7-8.www.exeter.edu/summer
603 777 3488 summer@exeter.edu
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Explore Japan Summer Program for Girls –
Counselor in
Training Internship
Position
Please refer to the website for the latest datesMust be 16 or older. We are looking for personable and energetic students interested in learning about international cultures and making new friends abroad. Students must host a visiting female Japanese exchange student for 2 ½ weeks during the program.americanlearning@gmail.com

www.americanlearning.com
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Experience America
Seattle,WA
L.A.,CA
Tokyo
Nagoya
See site for program dates and details
Learn the industry and take a step into your future on Game Experience and Project Fashion summer camps offered in LA and Seattle. These innovative summer programs help middle and high school students discover potential career and educational pathways based on their passions in areas like video game development and fashion design. Developed for future creators, these programs are taught by industry experts, and feature hands-on projects and educational tours of major companies. Add in a world-class travel experience and amazing activities around the city, and you have an unforgettable experience that will inspire students and connect them with new friends who share their passion.https://www.experienceamerica.com/summer-programs/

Email: info@expamerica.net
Phone: +1.206.330.7020
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The Experiment in International LivingSee Site for Specific DestinationsFor 85 years, our summer study abroad programs have allowed students to explore the world in a personal, meaningful way, and to develop new, enduring friendships through hands-on cultural experiences and homestays in 25 countries. Each year, hundreds of students come away from The Experiment with invaluable cultural, leadership, language, and interpersonal skills that help them thrive in diverse environments and prepare them to succeed in college and careers.https://www.experiment.org/program-landing/
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Fairfield University Fairfield, CTSee site for program dates and details
Fairfield University Summer Scholars Program is a great way for rising junior and senior high school students to obtain a dynamic college experience during the summer. Students can select from a wide array of courses in the sciences, arts, humanities, or the social sciences.https://www.fairfield.edu/summer-and-continuing-studies/summer-programs/

summerscholars@fairfield.edu
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Fashion Academy
Boston, MA
Session I: June 26-July 7
Session II: July 10- July 20
Session III: July 24- August 3
THE FASHION ACADEMY PROGRAM IS EXCLUSIVELY FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
-Who may be considering a career objective of professional fashion design;
-Who want to explore aspects of fashion design, or explore their interests and talents in fashion before committing to a full college program;
-Whose high school program may not include art and/or sewing classes;
-Who may want/need to formulate (for possible college or job applications) a portfolio of both fashion drawings and sewing projects;
-Who are simply be interested in fashion design as an avocation (hobby, craft, relaxation, etc.);
http://www.schooloffashiondesign.org/SFD16_application_HSP.html

fashion@sfdboston.org
617-536-9343
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Franklin University
Switzerland
June 3 to June 27 (Session 1)
July 1 to July 25 (Session 2).

Applications reviewed in May.
Franklin University Switzerland's pre-university summer programs for high school students help you get a head start on your bachelor's degree by obtaining three transferable credits for an intensive summer course on global issues. Like all students at Franklin, in the high school summer program you will be introduced to each course topic in its international context and will travel to various locations to get first-hand experience and understanding of the topics covered in class.
These programs are ideal for rising juniors and seniors in high school. Students should be at least 15 years old with at least 10 years of schooling.
https://www.fus.edu/academics/summer-programs/high-school

info@fus.edu
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Furman University Summer Scholars
Greenville, SC
Register online beginning January 15. Deadline to apply is May 1. Apply Today

Week 1 July 7-13, 2019

Week 2 July 14-20, 2019

The Summer Scholars weeklong academic enrichment program for rising high school juniors and seniors offers opportunities to study under the direction of Furman faculty members. Summer Scholars’ challenging academic experience will include lectures, class discussion, debates, service learning, field trips, group and individual projects, and other activitieshttp://www.furman.edu/admission/EngageFurman/SummerScholars/Pages/default.aspx

864-294-2000
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Foresight Prep @ Oberlin College
Chicago, IL
See site for program dates and details
The Power of YOU: Foresight Prep @ Oberlin is an intensive, pre-college institute for high school students passionate about social equity and the environment. We facilitate hands-on seminars designed to empower motivated high school students to take action on urgent issues, and a year-round network connecting alumni with real world changemakers.Foresightprep.org
773-271-1990

Jenny@foresightdesign.org
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The George Washington University, Washington, DCSee site for program dates and details
Our programs are intensive and exciting, allowing students to experience the academic rigors of learning in a college environment. They are academically-challenging courses that integrate lectures and seminars with exploration of area organizations.
Pre-College also offers a transformative introduction to college life. Students develop confidence in their ability to become part of a new community, participating in recreational and social activities while making friends with peers from around the world.
http://summer.gwu.edu/precollege

gwsummer@gwu.edu

202-994-6360
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Gettysburg College Academic Summer CampsProgram Dates:

Camp Psych: July 14-19, 2019
Writing Camp: July 14-19, 2019
3D Printing and Modeling Camp:
Camp 1: June 16-21, 2019
Camp 2: June 23-28, 2019
Coding for Robotics and Electronics:
Camp 1: June 16-21, 2019
Camp 2: June 23-28, 2019
Civil War Institute Summer Conference: June 14-19, 2019

Camp Psych - Students will learn about psychology and conduct research during this fun, challenging, and engaging introduction to the field. Government 3D Printing and Modeling Camp-Students will learn the process of 3D printing from initial design to final print and utilize their creativity to design and build multiple objects, including their own miniature city.. Writing Camp - Students will write and receive feedback during this in-depth introduction to all four genres of creative writing: fiction, poetry, nonfiction, and writing for stage and screen.
Civil War Institute - The Civil War Institute engages with Gettysburg College students, general audiences, graduate students, and scholars in a dialogue about Civil War history through an interdisciplinary approach dedicated to public interpretation, historic preservation, public policy, teaching, and academic research.
http://www.gettysburg.edu/about/offices/fa/conferences/summer-camps.dot

(717)337-6390
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Global Startup Challenge
Boston University
See website for specific program datesOver the course of a jam-packed week, think of a new business idea, perform primary market research, build a prototype, speak to investors, work with mentors, and meet friends and future business partners.http://globalstartupchallenge.org
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Global WorksSee site for specific trip details and datesOur programs take students to visit three to five different communities, providing a cross-section of cultures and environments from rural villages to capital cities. Global Works summer volunteer trips and students can earn up to 70 hours. If your are looking for fun and Adventure, and want to be a spark for social change in the world, let Global Works be your guide!www.globalworkstravel.com

303-545-2202
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Hampshire College: Pre-college summer programSee website for specific program datesPre-college participants live in the dorms, eat in the dining commons, and are immersed in rigorous and exciting fields of study. For motivated high school juniors and seniros. See site for program details.https://www.hampshire.edu/summer-programs/pre-college-programs

SUMMER@HAMPSHIRE.EDU
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Harvard Pre-College Program Cambridge, MASESSION I:
June 23–July 5, 2019

SESSION II:
July 7–July 19, 2019

SESSION III:
July 21–August 2, 2019

Application Deadline: Friday, March 15
Whether you decide to attend for two, four, or six weeks, you’ll get an introduction to college life as you attend challenging classes, live on campus, and enjoy fun excursions and activities. The summer Pre-College Program offers many intellectually stimulating co-curricular activities beyond the classroom. With faculty and Harvard-affiliated experts, you will have the opportunity to participate in workshops on topics like the impact of your social media presence; the value of negotiation skills; and race, class, and gender diversity. http://summer.harvard.edu/high-school-programs/pre-college-program

(617) 495-4024

precollege@summer.harvard.edu

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Harvard Summer Institute on College Admissions Cambridge, MAJune 23-28, 2019

Wondering what college is like? Experience it yourself this summer in Harvard’s Summer Institute on College Admissions. Imagine studying at Harvard for seven weeks, fully immersed in the college experience. Whether you choose to live on campus, commute, or take courses online, you’ll have the opportunity to explore complex topics, gain valuable life skills, and form lasting bonds.

https://sica.college.harvard.edu/

(617) 495-4024

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Harvard Student Academies for Business, Coding and Politics
Cambridge, MA
See website for specific program datesSummer Business Academy: The Summer Business Academy is a week-long course designed to teach high school students the essentials of business leadership and the pathway to entrepreneurship in the environment of a collegiate campus.

Summer Coding Academy: The Summer Coding Academy is a week-long course designed to teach high school students the fundamentals of coding while giving students the knowledge, guidance, and resources they need to understand the basic functions of a code as well as designing and creating their own programs.

Summer Politics Academy: The Summer Politics Academy is a week-long summer program that brings extraordinary high school students together for a comprehensive introduction to politics including political campaigns, policy decisions, and lobbying.
http://www.summerbusinessacademy.com

http://www.summercodingacademy.com

https://www.summerpoliticsacademy.com/
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Heart Play ProgramJuly 10th, July 31s, August 7th
4-6PM
HEARTplaySM is CareGroup Parmenter’s award-winning bereavement program for children, teens, and young adults who have experienced a death during their lifetime. Through conversation, music, movement, visual expression, writing, and story-telling, the participants share their feelings andexperiences. This creative process invites new understanding about death and life and an opportunity for our participants to bond with others who have also experienced a loss. HEARTplay groups are offered free of charge through the generosity of grants and donations.Heartplayprogram.org

jwiles@mah.harvard.edu
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Hyde Schools Summer Leadership Challenge
Bath, Maine Campus
Ages:13-18
Dates: July 7 – August 4, 2019
Adventure awaits teenagers ages 13 -18 at Hyde School’s summer program, Summer Leadership Challenge. Students come from around the world to New England to discover their best in athletics, academic enrichment, the arts and the great outdoors.Contact: Kevin Folan
Director of Enrollment
comevisit@hyde.edu
1 (207) 443-7101
(207) 443.5584
Site:http://www.hyde.edu/admissions/programs/summer/summer-leadership-challenge/
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HOBY:
George Mason University
Fairfax, VA
Advanced Leadership Academy:
See website for specific program dates
Students gain better self-awareness for their leadership talents, play a role in the community, bring about social change, develop a comprehensive action plan and receive college credit at George Mason.ALA@hoby.org

818-851-3980 x306
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Illinois TechSee website for specific program datesWant to develop leadership skills, complete a design project, or understand how Google Maps work? If you're interested in technology, business, architecture, science, engineering, pre-law, or computers, Illinois Tech's Pre-Collegiate Summer Programs offer dozens of ways to experience these fields up close. Check out our program selection below and join us at Illinois Tech this summer.https://admissions.iit.edu/summer/pre-collegiate-programs
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Inward Bound Mindfulness Education
Mindfulness Retreat
Concord, MA
August 6th – 11th, 2019

Application Deadline: July 23rd
Our multi-day residential retreats teach participants proven awareness and concentration practices. Through guided mindfulness meditation, small group discussions, and mindful movement, participants learn how to settle a busy mind, direct and sustain attention, investigate emotions and thoughts, cultivate compassion, and communicate with their peers. Ages 15-19https://ibme.info/register/youth/northeast-teen-retreat/

contact@ibme.info
978-254-7082
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Iona College
Pre-college Program
New Rochelle, NY
See website for specific program datesIn our first year, we are happy to anounce six available courses: Business, Psychology, Theatre, Web Design, Speech Language Pathology, and Broadcast Media & Sports Communication. The Pre-College Program will provide your students with the opportunity to experience what it is like to be a college student while still in high school. They will be living on campus in our residence halls, making new friends, and adapting to dorm life. Students will learn to balance the work required of a college course while enjoying field trips, guest speakers, and a Broadway show!www.iona.edu/precollege
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Ithaca College -Music Academy Ithaca, NYJuly 14–27, 2019

Our mission is to provide a creative and supportive environment for young adults to grow as musicians and people. Our high school program is unique in that it offers a residential pre-college experience with a rich offering of music courses, as well as non-music courses, taught by Ithaca College faculty and top music educators from across the country.Phone: (1-855-484-2221)
Email: sma@ithaca.edu

http://www.ithaca.edu/music/prepdivision/academy/highschool/
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Ithaca Summer Pre-College 2019
Ithaca, NY
ONE WEEK SESSION: June 23 - 28, 2019

THREE WEEK SESSION: June 30 - July 19, 2019

Application deadline: May 15th

In Ithaca College's residential pre-college summer program, high school students experience college life and college-level courses while living in a safe environment.
The Summer College for High School Students has two program offerings, each with courses designed and reserved expressly for pre-college students.

http://www.ithaca.edu/summercollege/

607-274-3143
summercollege@ithaca.edu
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Ivy Bound/ Rising
Stars
See site for specific datesAcademic Camps for teens aged 13-17, Academic Enrichment & Test Prepwww.ivybound.net
860-666-3999

info@ivybound.net
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Juanita College - Health Professions Institute
PA
July

$850 covers all meals, housing and transportation
The Health Professions Institute provides opportunities for high school students to explore different areas of health care as a career discipline. Students will engage in lectures and labs with the College's faculty. Additionally, participants will have many opportunities to converse with health care professionals including physicians, nurses, health care administrators, and research scientists.

Topics could include:
Alzheimer's Research
Genetics/Data Analysis
Cognitive Neuroscience
Food as Science
Envir. Factors & Health Implications
Colten Bright
Email:brightc@juniata.edu
Office:814-641-3603
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Julian Krinsky Pre- College Summer
Programs: UPENN
Day Dates: July 3 - July 28
Residential Dates: July 2 - July 29

Dates may be different for specific programs
JKCP has an awesome selection of day and residential summer experiences you will
love - from middle school sports camps to
high school enrichment to pre-college academic programs and internships.
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Kaplan College
Preparatory School
General Information (866)
609-6351
College Prep – test readiness and skill buildinghttp://www.kaplank12.com/ma/college- preparation/
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Landmark College
Putney, VT
July - August - Dates vary on program

For more than 12 years, our High School Summer Program has given participants a taste of college and an opportunity to join a learning community in which all the members are dedicated to academic achievement, mutual respect, and personal change and growth. We offer a learning environment where students—and teachers—understand and share these values.Phone: 802-387-6718
https://www.landmark.edu/summer/high-school-programs/

admissions@landmark.edu
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