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LocationPriceDeadlineEligibilityWeb Address
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Introduction to Engineering Program at Notre DameNotre Dame, Indiana$1,850 3/12/2016Current Juniors, Scholarship availablehttp://iep.nd.edu/index.html
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Duke University: Talent Identification ProgramDurham, NC$3000+Mid March, TBDEligibility: High school studentshttp://www.tip.duke.edu/
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Alvin Ailey Summer Dance ClassesNew York, NY$490-1280RollingNo prior dance experience necessary, Ages 12-17.
http://www.alvinailey.org/dance-classes-nyc/teen-extension-summer-series
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Davidson's College's July ExperienceDavidson, NC$3,900 3/31/2016Eligibility: Current sophomores and juniors
http://www.davidson.edu/offices/july-experience
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Harvard Medical School – MedscienceBoston, MAFree-$2,500 (sliding scale)3/31/2016Current high school students
http://www.hmsmedscience.com/summer-program-faqs
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New England Aquarium Teen ProgramsBoston, MAN/A (Volunteer or Paid Positions)RollingAges- 13-19
http://www.neaq.org/education_and_activities/programs_and_classes/teen_programs/
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Northeastern University Coastal Ocean Science AcademyNahant, MA$500-1000 (financial aid available)TBDMiddle school and high school students
http://www.northeastern.edu/cos/marinescience/outreach/coastal-ocean-science-academy/
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Suffolk University Upward Bound ProgramBoston, MAFreeTBDYou must live in Dorchester or attend one of our target schools (Dorchester Academy or Tech Boston Academy).You must also fall within at least one of the following categories: Low-income, First-generation college attendee, or High risk for academic failure.http://www.suffolk.edu/academics/20555.php
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Student Conservation Association Crews
Boston and National Programs
Cost of travel2/15/16-3/20/16Is 15-19 on start date of crew, is a current high school student or graduated the semester directly before crew.
http://thesca.org/serve/choosing-program-thats-right-you
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Trinity Education for Excellence Program (TEEP)Boston, MAFree3/20/2016Rising seventh, eighth, and ninth graders from Boston Public Schoolshttp://www.trinityinspires.org/teep/
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UMASS Boston Summer Transportation InstituteBoston, MAFreeTBDRising 9th to 12th grader at the end of the current school year, have cumulative grade point average of 2.0 on a 4.0 scale (minimum), and have an interest in Engineering, Science, Transportation, or Technology related career.
http://www.sti.umb.edu/program_overview.php
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UMASS Boston Upward BoundBoston, MAFreeTBDA current student at Dorchester Academy, Jeremiah E. Burke High School, Madison Park High School, or Excel High School. Ages 13-19 and you must also fall within at least one of the following categories: low-income, first-generation college attendee, or high risk for academic failure.
https://www.umb.edu/academics/vpass/support_programs/upward_bound
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UMASS Boston Urban ScholarsBoston, MAFreeTBDCurrent students from Jeremiah E. Burke, Dorchester Education Complex (Dorchester Academy and TechBoston Academy), and South Boston Education Complex (Excel, Green Academy) and the Dearborn. Participating middle schools include McCormack, Rogers, Dearborn, and TechBoston Academy lower school.
https://www.umb.edu/academics/vpass/support_programs/urban_scholars
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UMASS Boston Noble & Greenough Math and Science Upward Bound
Boston, MAFreeTBDCurrent high school students from the greater Boston and Lawrence areas, primarily from the John D. O'Bryant High School in Boston and Lawrence High School. The potential to succeed in an accelerated math/science program.
https://www.umb.edu/academics/vpass/support_programs/math_science_upward_bound
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Boston Architectural College's Summer Academy: High School Design ExplorationBoston, MATBDTBDCurrent sophomores, juniors, and seniors
http://www.the-bac.edu/education-programs/summer-academy?utm_source=MetroSEM&utm_medium=PrintOnline&utm_campaign=SummerAcademy
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Boston Leadership InstituteWellesley, MA$559-2200TBDCurrent 14-18 year olds
http://www.bostonleadershipinstitute.com/index.html
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Girls Who Code
Boston and National Programs
TBDTBDCurrent sophomores and juniors
https://docs.google.com/a/mit.edu/forms/d/1cpzIFE9MEU61E_oBKW_XsNpr2521SA983r37tl1gKF8/viewform
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Harvard Summer SchoolCambridge, MA
$2,950-$5,900, financial aid available
2/1/2016 (if you want financial aid)Current sophomores, juniors, and seniors
http://www.summer.harvard.edu/high-school-programs/secondary-school-program
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Morehouse College Upward Bound Math/Science State CenterAtlanta, GAFreeMid March, TBDEligibility: Current Georgia-area sophomores and juniors; 10th or 11th grade in a school located the state of Georgia. Applicants must be classified as a first generation college student and must meet the federal government guidelines for low-income families.
http://www.morehouse.edu/academics/trio/ubstate/
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Boston University Summer Pathways in Science and Engineering for Young WomenBoston, MA$675, financial aid available5/1/2016Rising juniors and seniors (females only)
http://www.bu.edu/lernet/spathways/index.html
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Northeastern University Young Scholars ProgramBoston, MAN/A3/1/2016Eligibility: Current sophomores and juniors; We require that participants live in MA and within commuting distances of Northeastern University campus, as this is not a residential program. http://www.youngscholars.neu.edu/
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Boston University Summer TermBoston, MATBD TBDRising freshmen, sophomores, juniors, and seniors
http://www.bu.edu/summer/high-school-programs/?utm_campaign=mysummer&utm_medium=online&utm_source=honors-content
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The City School Summer Leadership ProgramDorchester, MATBDTBDCurrent high school students
http://thecityschool.org/summer-leadership-program
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Community Boating – STEM/Robo - Sail Robotics and SailingBoston, MA$1-50 TBDCurrent high school students
http://www.robosail.org/community-boating-boston-program.html
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University of Maryland, Woman In EngineeringBaltimore, MD$1,000 Mid March, TBDCurrent sophomores and juniors; Scholarships available for Western HS, Baltimore Polytech Inst., Maryland high school studentshttp://www.wie.umd.edu/k12/e2atumd
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Boston Youth Zone - Department of Youth Engagement & EmploymentBoston, MAN/ATBDAges 15 – 18, must be residents of the City of Boston
http://youth.boston.gov/frequently-asked-questions/
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Exploration Programs – Explo – Wellesley CollegeWellesley, MA$700-5655 (financial aid available)TBDRising eighth,ninth, and tenth grade studentshttp://www.explo.org/360/Wellesley
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Exploration Programs – Explo – YaleNew Haven, CT$700-5655 (financial aid available)TBDRising sophomores, juniors, and seniorshttp://www.explo.org/360/yale
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University Of Michigan Summer Engineering AcademyAnn Arbor, MI$100-300Mid March, TBDPrograms available for current freshmen and sophomores (MITE), current sophomores in Gear Up schools in MI (MITE 2), current juniors (SCEEP); Scholarship available
http://www.engin.umich.edu/diversity/programs/engineering-pipeline/2013-summer-engineering-academy
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MIT Lincoln Lab, LlriseBoston, MAFree3/1/2016Current juniorshttp://www.ll.mit.edu/outreach/LLrise.html
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Boston University's Program In Mathematics For Young Scientists (Promys)Boston, MA$3,600 4/1/2016Eligibility: High school studentshttp://www.promys.org/
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University Of Wisconsin's Engineering Summer ProgramMadison, WIFree4/4/2016Eligibility: Current sophomores and juniors
http://studentservices.engr.wisc.edu/diversity/esp/
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Carnegie Mellon Summer Academy For Mathematics And SciencePittsburgh, PAFree4/1/2016Current sophomores and juniors
http://admission.enrollment.cmu.edu/pages/diversity-sams
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Smith College Summer Science ProgramNorthmapton, MA$5,500 3/1/2016 (If you want financial aid)Eligibility: Current 8th graders, freshmen and juniors (females only)
http://www.smith.edu/summerprograms/ssep
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University of Maryland, Discover EngineeringBaltimore, MD$1,000 TBDHigh school students, Scholarship availablehttp://www.ursp.umd.edu/summer
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Cornell University's Summer College For High School StudentsIthaca, NY$6020, $120003/11/2016-4/1/16Eligibility: Current sophomores and juniorshttp://www.summercollege.cornell.edu/
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Syracuse University Summer College For High School StudentsNY$2,000-8,700TBDEligibility: Current juniorshttp://www.summercollege.syr.edu/
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University of Maryland, Students With Potential And Interest, Considering Engineering (S.P.I.C.E.)
Baltimore, MD$350 4/17/2016Current 8th graders and freshmenhttp://www.cmse.umd.edu/k12/summer/spice
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John Hopkins Engineering InnovationBaltimore, MD
$2,400-$5,850 (Financial Aid available)
TBD
http://engineering-innovation.jhu.edu/program-description/
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Lead GlobalN/AN/AN/AEligibility: Current freshmen and sophomoreshttp://www.leadglobal.net/
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Nasa SharpCleveland, OHN/AN/AEligibility: High school studentshttp://www.nasasharp.com/
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Phillips Academy Summer SessionAndover, MATBD12/15/2016Eligibility: High school students
http://www.andover.edu/SummerSessionOutreach/
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Tuskegee University Computer Science Summer ProgramN/AN/AN/AEligibility: Current seniors
http://www.tuskegee.edu/academics/colleges/cbis/computer_science/computer_science_summer_prefics_program.aspx
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Exploring Your OptionsN/AN/AN/ACurrent sophomores
https://wiki.engr.illinois.edu/display/wyse/WYSE+Summer+Camps
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University Of Maryland Clark School Of Engineering Pre-College Summer ProgramsBaltimore, MDN/AN/A
http://www.eng.umd.edu/k12/summer-programs
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University Of Kansas Summer Engineering Camp - Project DiscoveryLawrence, KS$650 N/AApplication goes live at 3/15; Scholarship available on a first-come, first-serve basis
http://www.engr.ku.edu/prospective/undergraduate/events.html
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Carnegie Mellon Advanced Placement/Early AdmissionsPittsburgh, PAN/AN/AIf you're younger than 16 you cannot stay in the Residence Hall; Scholarships available,
http://admission.enrollment.cmu.edu/pages/diversity-apea
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Sponsors For Educational OpportunityNY, CAFreeRollingEligibility: Public high school students from New York and San Franciscohttp://www.seo-usa.org/
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Stanford High School Summer CollegeStanford, CAN/ARollingEligibility: Current juniors and seniors
http://summer.stanford.edu/programs/high-school-students/
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University Of Pennsylvania Summer Academy In Applied Science And TechnologyPhiladelphia, PA$7,375 Mid March to Mid May, TBDAll high school years, Scholarships availablehttp://www.seas.upenn.edu/saast/
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