|Name||Industry||Description of Organization||Description of Program||Location||When||Website|
|The Princeton University Summer Journalism Program||Journalism||This program conists of classes taught by reporters and editors from highly respected publications such as The New York Times, The Washington Post, The New Yorker, New York Magazine, The Daily Beast, Politico, Sports Illustrated and CNN, among other media outlets.||Students tour The New York Times, New York Magazine, The Daily Beast and Bloomberg; cover a professional sports event; cover news events in the Princeton area; film and produce a TV segment; conduct an investigative project; author a group blog; and report, write, edit and design their own newspaper, The Princeton Summer Journal, which is published on the program's last day.||Princeton, NJ 08544||August 3-13, 2018||https://www.princeton.edu/sjp/admissions/|
|OTIS SUMMER OF ART||Art and Design||This intensive, four-week, pre-college program is for individuals 15 and older who wish to study at one of the top art and design colleges in the country. Serious young artists seeking to strengthen and enhance their art and design skills, as well as students with limited art training, are invited to participate.||Small classes ensure personalized, in-depth learning. Rigorous course work includes hands-on studio courses and labs in your chosen Specialization Course (three days per week) and/or Drawing Studio Course (two days per week). Indie Game Design meets five days per week. Classes meet 9:00am - 4:20pm, Monday through Friday. (Some outside work is required.) Two units of college credit for Specialization Courses and one unit of college credit for Drawing Studio Courses are awarded to eligible students upon successful completion of the program.||9045 Lincoln Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90045||July 2 - 27, 2018||https://www.otis.edu/summer-art#|
|Future Latino Leaders Law Camp Scholarship Program||Law||The Hispanic National Bar Foundation's (HNBF) was created to help pave the way for Hispanic students in their pursuit of the legal field. Run by respected Hispanic lawyers, the HNBF has provided scholarships, fellowships, conferences and other resources to inspire educational achievenment within the Hispanic community. ||The Future Latino Leaders Law Camp is a nine-day program run by the HNBF in Washington, DC and provides selected Latino high school students with the opportunity to learn more about the legal profession. Established by the HNBF in 2005, the Law Camp offers students the chance to come to DC and learn more about the college application process, meet influential Latino leaders, and tour national monuments and various government agencies.||American University: Washington, DC||July 7-15, 2018||http://hnbf.org/programs-partnerships/future-latino-leaders-law-camp/|
|Stanford Summer Humanities Program||Liberal Arts: Humanities||This program provides students interested in Humanties courses that will expand their knowledge of literature, philosophy or history.||Students spend the first two weeks intensively studying and researching a topic in literature, history, or philosophy, attending daily lectures by the faculty members, and participating in group discussions and activities in the afternoon. There is also downtime for extracurricular fun as well as supervised off-campus excursions to places of cultural and natural interest around the Bay Area.|
During their third week, students work closely with their professors, graduate students, and writing mentors to produce original research projects. These papers offer an opportunity for students to use what they have learned at Stanford to develop their own answers to the central questions that are addressed by the humanities. Students will be introduced to research methods along with library and online resources. And they’ll have something very impressive in the end to show for it.
|50 Serra Mall, Stanford, CA 94305||Session 1: June 25–July 14, 2018|
Session 2: July 17–August 4, 2018
|USC Summer Programs||Varies||Courses are designed to be both challenging and engaging. Depending on the specific course, you may expect group work, hands-on lab experience, field trips, guest speakers and/or an encompassing final project. Each student may register for only one course, as each course requires 5 to 6 hours of instruction per day; you won’t have time for more than one.||4-Week Credit Program: The 4-Week college immersion program offers high school students university experience in a subject area of their choice. Courses are interactive, engaging and challenging, allowing students to explore new areas of study or build on their high school coursework.|
Choose from over 20 courses in a variety of subject areas.
Benefit from academic instruction and support from faculty and staff.
Receive 3 units of USC elective credit upon successful completion of the 4-Week course.
|Los Angeles, CA 90007||June 17 – July 14, 2018||https://summerprograms.usc.edu/programs/4-week/|
|Brown University Pre College and Summer Leadership Institute Programs||Varies by choice||Leadership Institute students select one course of study from an array of options, each focusing on current global issues.||Alongside coursework, students participate in workshops, simulations, group projects, reflection activities, field trips, and group initiative work. Through these activities, students develop and practice public speaking, interpersonal communication, problem solving, conflict resolution, and teamwork – all skills that are necessary for socially responsible leadership.||200 Dyer Street Box T |
Providence, Rhode Island 02912
|The Smithsonian Latino Center's Young Ambassadors Program (YAP) FOR SENIORS ONLY||Arts, Sciences and Humanities||The Smithsonian Lation Center's Young Ambassadors Program is made to foster a prosperous environment for exceptional Hispanic students who excel in the arts, sciences and humanities. As a college prepratory and leadership program, YAP encourages participants to explore numerous academic and career opportunities through the scope of the Latino community.||Those selected for the program will travel to Washingtion, D.C. for a week-long seminar at the Smithsonian. After the seminar, students will participate in a four-week interdisciplinary interships in museums and other cultural institutions.||Washington, D.C.||https://solaa.si.edu/solaa/#/public|
|Inner-City Filmmakers||Film||The ICF Summer Program is not designed as an easy way for students to spend their summer. It is designed to familiarize them with the various filmmaking crafts, professional thinking, decision-making, procedures, film history, job opportunities and what it takes to gain a job and to succeed. It's a taste of the real world. It's NOT easy! Students who attend ALL the classes on time, do all the assignments, ask questions and are dedicated to learning will build a strong foundation which can lead to internships and entry-level jobs. If students are not willing to make sacrifices and apply themselves, they should not apply to the ICF Summer Program.||The ICF Summer Program classes are VERY intensive, broad-based, and structured around five interlocking classes with over 550 hours of classroom and hands-on training from highly qualified instructors and industry professionals, plus homework and student productions.|
Story Structure: Learn how to create, develop, write and pitch your script
Film Technique: Learn how to work and think like the professionals. Hands-on learning from A to Z while you make a film
Field Trips: Learn about the latest technology via behind-the-scenes meetings with production & post facilities, creatives & executives
Guest Speaker Symposiums: Learn how to combine the "Art" with the "Business" of filmmaking from Hollywood icons
Industry Fundamentals: Learn how to prepare for behind-the-scenes jobs in the entertainment industry
Each student will create and complete a short narrative film/video where all this learning will be put to practical use. Inner-City Filmmakers will provide all of the equipment. While this will be a hands-on class - there will also be required reading, writing, oral presentations, pre-production planning, casting, shooting and editing of student summer projects. Be prepared to work 24/7 as you prep, shoot and complete your film. ICF Graduation - all films which meet our parameters will be screened for family, friends, and industry.
|3000 Olympic Blvd, Santa Monica, CA 90404||June 18 - August 16, 2018||http://www.innercityfilmmakers.com/training/summer/application.html|
|Dartmouth Bound Visitation Program- JUNIORS ONLY||College Applications/Financial Aid Assistance|| The Dartmouth Bound: Summer Program takes place in July and is designed to provide high school seniors from historically underrepresented backgrounds and communities with an opportunity to preview college by immersion in student life at Dartmouth. Participants will live in a Dartmouth residence hall and will attend workshops on the admissions and financial aid processes. The program encompasses the academic dimensions of Dartmouth by providing access to classes and interaction with our faculty. Also, there will be ample time to enjoy meaningful conversation with current students and staff on how to weave academics, social engagement, and leadership into your college experience.||Admissions officers will walk you through our individualized review process and provide tips for completing college applications. You will have the chance to review real applications to the College as part of a mock admissions committee exercise. Admissions officers will be available to you throughout your stay to address individuals’ questions about the college application process.|
In addition to attending regularly scheduled classes, you will attend sessions led by our featured faculty members. These offer a chance for you to hear a faculty member speak about how his or her work contributes to the themes of academics, social engagement, and leadership. Additionally, faculty will show the relevance of undergraduate classes and research to the great issues facing us in the world today.
|Hanover, NH 03755||July 16-18, 2018||https://admissions.dartmouth.edu/visit/visit-programs/dartmouth-bound-summer-program|
|The Riordan Scholars Program||Business/Leadership||As a Riordan Scholar, you will prepare to enter a top-tier university and find a clear path to leadership success.||Over eight monthly Saturday sessions, Riordan Scholars learn the skills and information needed to be admitted to a first-class college and stay on the path towards a successful career. The program consists of:|
Guest lectures from top leaders in corporate and academic communities, along with MBA-level courses taught by UCLA Anderson faculty
Mentorship by current UCLA Anderson MBA students
Stock Market Analyst Competition and Real Estate Competition
SAT prep workshops
Personalized College Action Plan counseling
Professional development workshops, including resume writing, interviewing techniques and public speaking training
Corporate site visits to companies such as Goldman Sachs, Warner Bros. and Toyota
|Los Angeles, CA 90095||Dates are monthly and can be found through the link provided||https://www.anderson.ucla.edu/programs-and-outreach/riordan-programs/riordan-scholars|
|Eve and Eugene Black Summer Medical Career Program||Medical|
|Telluride Association Sophomore Seminar|
|Girls Who Code||Computer Science|
|Miami University Summer Scholars Program|