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AI Scholars Live OnlineSTEAM / Volunteerhttps://www.inspiritai.com/liveonline?utm_source=hs_email&utm_medium=email&utm_content=85435072&_hsenc=p2ANqtz-9urf9gTIYZnJvfpM0UXqpfOMb3DJjuFSRJVf-SG6MFpPdiztoKptWvTsp9YENBvJJ-qr4rb1jAxuY40_42IWUAVcz99kqc2mrzdtOUJWw3J700y1M&_hsmi=85435072AI Scholars Live Online is a 10 session (25-hour) program that exposes high school students to fundamental AI concepts and guides them to build a socially impactful project. Taught by our team of graduate students from Stanford University, students receive a personalized learning experience in small groups with a student-teacher ratio of 4:1.Structure: 10 sessions, 2.5 hours per session

Weekend Batches (5 weeks, every Saturday and Sunday)
May 9th-June 7th
June 13th-July 12th
July 18th-August 16th

Weekday Batches (2 weeks, Monday to Friday)
June 22nd-July 3rd
July 6th-July 17th*
July 20th-July 31st*
August 3rd-August 14th

Batch Timings (All times are Pacific Time)
8am-10:30am, or 12:30pm-3pm, or 7pm-9:30pm
*An additional batch will be offered from 5am-7:30am PT
May 1, 2020
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Amnesty DecodersSTEAM / Volunteerhttps://decoders.amnesty.orgAmnesty Decoders is an innovative way for volunteers worldwide to use their computers or smartphones to help researchers sift through critical information. Join a global network of volunteers helping locate and expose human rights violations.OngoingOngoing
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ASU Global Freshman AcademyAcademichttps://gfa.asu.edu/global-freshman-academyThe Global Freshman Academy from Arizona State University and edX harnesses the power of MOOCs to enable pre-college students to earn college credit before they're even accepted into a college or university. No application is necessary, and students can begin taking classes at their convenience. Classes are taught by the same faculty members who teach on-campus at Arizona State, and once they've completed their coursework, students can apply their credit towards a degree program at ASU or from another college or university of their choice. Available courses: College Algebra; PrecalculusSelf-pacedAvailable now on a rolling basis
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Be My EyesVolunteerhttps://www.bemyeyes.comBringing sight to blind and low-vision people

Be My Eyes is a free app that connects blind and low-vision people with sighted volunteers and company representatives for visual assistance through a live video call. You just download the App.
OngoingOngoing
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BenetechSTEAM / Volunteerhttps://benetech.org/about/Our work transforms how people with disabilities read and learn, makes it safer for human rights defenders to pursue truth and justice, and connects people to the services they need to live and prosper. We’re constantly pursuing the next big social impact. Our mission is to empower communities with software for social good. We achieve our mission by uniting two worlds: the social sector and Silicon Valley. We serve as a bridge between the social sector and Silicon Valley by working closely with both communities to identify needs and software solutions that can drive positive social change.Volunteer opportunities are ongoingOngoing
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Bluestamp Projects with FriendsSTEAMhttps://bluestampengineering.com/friends/Projects With Friends is a remote learning program for groups or individuals to build a project alongside their peers. Each student completes an individual technology project under the expert guidance of a BlueStamp Instructor, all while connecting with the rest of the class remotely to learn and build off of each other’s experience.
For any high school student. Projects can be modified for those wanting more of a challenge. Every student receives a project starter kit with everything you need to build your project, and more!
May 18-May 22, 2020
More dates TBD
Applications available on a rolling basis
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BookshareVolunteerhttps://www.bookshare.org/cms/Contribute your skills and passions to help people with print disabilities read. From scanning and proofreading, to describing images, to providing support for Bookshare® teachers and families. Scan books: using your scanner and OCR software, scan books in RTF that we don't have in the collection. This is a remote volunteer opportunity!
Proofread scanned files: clean up scanned RTF files from other volunteers and format them. This can be done remotely!
OngoingOngoing
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Cal Poly Epic Engineering Possibilities in CollegeSTEAM/Engineeringhttps://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1M_UYMqaxCBmsf4_xDBhgENGNCJ87H9Xt0ac25dj9csI/edit#gid=0Shares Cal Poly’s College of Engineering mission “to educate students for careers of service, leadership, and distinction in engineering or other fields by using a Learn by Doing, hands-on approach." For grades 6-11By grade level; 5 day sessions; in the month of JulyMay 15
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Capitol Debate Virtual CampDebate / Public Speakinghttps://www.capitoldebate.com/virtual-camp/Immersive home-based learning experience 8-10 kids/instructor (offer 2 week and 1 week programs: Extensive learning: Ten full days of lessons (Monday-Friday)
Real-time feedback: From leading public speaking and debate experts
Practice, practice, practice: Students speak every day
Live interactive activities: Impromptu speeches, mini debates, improv, shark tank presentation, persuasive speeches, debate tournament, and more
Success, success, and success: Parent showcase & award ceremony
Virtual Summer Camp Academy
Session 1: June 1-June 12, 2020
Session 2: June 15-June 26, 2020
Session 3: June 29-July 10, 2020
Session 4: July 13-July 24, 2020
Session 5: July 27-August 7, 2020

Public Speaking and Debate 101
Weekly session from May 11-July 24, 2020
Available now on a rolling basis
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Chegg InternshipsInternshiphttps://www.internships.com/high-school/virtualHigh School summer internships in Remote are pretty common, but don't expect to be in charge at the end of your internship! Usually, you’ll have to work from the bottom up, but interns are much more likely to get a job offer from the employer they’re interning with. If you decide to intern at a smaller company, you’ll sacrifice the name prestige for other benefits, such as having an opportunity to see your projects go from start to finish. Simply gaining High School experience is essential in order to provide value and creativity to the team.Arranged by individual program and studentDependant on program
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Code ConnectsSTEAMhttps://codeconnects.org/spring.htmlFree online Q&A series with software engineers at Google, SpaceX, Microsoft, Netflix and more. Students will meet professionals in fields across the board from healthcare & tech to Aerospace. Events run weekly through the end of MayThrough May
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Code ConnectsSTEAMhttps://codeconnects.org/programs.htmlFor fee - virtual summer programs. Summer 2020, three program options to match students’ unique needs: one-on-one lessons, small groups, and classroom-style programming. Our programs take place online using video chat and collaborative editing tools. 2- week Virtual Summer camps are also offered.Programs being June 7
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Code for Social GoodSTEAM / Volunteerhttps://app.code4socialgood.org[Students must already know how to code] Code for Social Good is a volunteer community that seeks to promote social welfare by supporting nonprofits in need. We appreciate the cause your company represents and we want to be able to help you continue your mission.
Code for Social Good is made up of volunteers from across the tech industry. We are technical writers, coders and programmers who are ready to assist you with the tech services you require. Simply submit a request and we will connect you with the help you need.
OngoingOngoing
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Columbia University Pre-College Summer Immersion
Photography: The Camera Craft
Film and Arthttp://precollege.sps.columbia.edu/highschool/online/courses/3-week/photography-the-camera-craftIn this course students gain a hands-on understanding of the basic principles of photography, approaching it within the context of the fine arts.
Using their own DSLR or smartphone cameras, participants work on assignments and self-directed projects which touch on a diverse range of approaches to photography, with the goal of creating a final portfolio for web presentation at the course's conclusion. The course takes the form of both a seminar and a lab, and participants work on both individual and collaborative projects.
We focus on the critical context of photography and its broad conceptual applications. Critical issues in art are addressed in the form of short seminars designed to generate meaningful debates as a context for studio work.
Upon conclusion of the course, students will have completed a web-based portfolio to showcase their new bodies of work.
Participants are expected to have their own cellphone cameras or DSLR’s and access to Adobe Photoshop and Bridge (free trials are generally available).
July 21-August 7, 2020June 26
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Columbia University:Online Summer Immersion ProgramsAcademichttp://precollege.sps.columbia.edu/highschool/online"Dive into a world-class Ivy League education this summer with Columbia’s world-class instructors, and a dynamic online learning platform.

Interact with Columbia scholars and experts in their fields.
Engage with an international community of students
Prepare for college and the admissions process through specially designed programs.
Participate in extracurricular activities led by current students.
Earn a Columbia University Statement of Completion and evaluation letter."
3-Week Courses
Session 1: June 29-June 17, 2020
Session 2: July 21-August 7, 2020

1-Week Courses
August 10-August 14, 2020
Session 1 Deadline: June 5
Session 2 Deadline: June 26
Session 3 Deadline: July 19
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Columbia: Creative JournalismEnglish / Writinghttp://precollege.sps.columbia.edu/highschool/online/courses/1-week/creative-journalismWhat creative possibilities do true stories hold? How can truth telling and storytelling work together? This class helps students build interviewing and reporting skills while learning about journalistic ethics and exploring forms such as feature writing, profiles, op-eds, and audio pieces. Participants read a wide variety of articles and compose a new story draft every night. Through in-class workshops, students develop their skills in ways that allow them to serve as editors and peer readers for each other and for classmates and publications at their home schools.August 10-August 14, 2020July 19
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Columbia: Dream WritingEnglish / Writinghttp://precollege.sps.columbia.edu/highschool/online/courses/1-week/dream-writingFrom the ancient Greek and Chinese oracles and Taemong (birth dreams) of Korea to the sofas of Freud and Jung to contemporary Yanomami shamans and Hollywood’s Dreamworks, throughout a vast array of cultures and eras, dreams have been a source of inspiration, healing, and insight. In this course we aim to reconnect with the imaginative power of dreams primarily by writing and interpreting our own, while reading extensively in dream literature.August 10-August 14, 2020July 19
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Columbia: Entrepreneurship: from idea to product designFilm and Art / Businesshttp://precollege.sps.columbia.edu/highschool/online/courses/1-week/entrepreneurship-idea-early-product-designThe course combines video demonstrations of drawing techniques, individual conferences with the instructor as well as online group critiques, and virtual studio visits with professional artists. Critical issues in art are addressed once a week through group writing prompts and online discussion, so as to generate meaningful debates as a context for studio work. An online demonstration of how to professionally document and edit work in Photoshop for a digital application concludes the week.August 10-August 14, 2020July 19
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Columbia: Filmmaking with Iphone and IpadEnglish / Writinghttp://precollege.sps.columbia.edu/highschool/online/courses/1-week/filmmaking-with-iphone-and-ipadNo filmmaking experience is required, though students who do have experience or who have taken one of our three-week filmmaking courses will find that this course is a good way to further their training.August 10-August 14, 2020July 19
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Columbia: Insurance: a financial tool and a force for social goodAcademichttp://precollege.sps.columbia.edu/highschool/online/courses/1-week/insurance-as-a-financial-tool-and-a-force-for-social-goodIn this course we examine the inner workings of one of the most valuable financial services for society. The first insurance policy was written 670 years ago. Today, the ten largest insurers in the world generate over $918 billion in net written premium and hold $7 trillion in non-banking assets. Course participants gain a deep appreciation as to why individuals and businesses rely on insurance as a powerful financial tool, and come to understand the value that insurance provides to society.August 10-August 14, 2020July 19
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Columbia: Intro to corporate financeBusinesshttp://precollege.sps.columbia.edu/highschool/online/courses/1-week/introduction-to-corporate-financeThis introductory-level course is intended for students who have an interest in learning more about how corporations make business decisions and fund those decisions. The aim of the course is to provide students with an understanding of both sound theoretical principles of finance and practical tools of financial decision-making.August 10-August 14, 2020July 19
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Columbia:Comedy Writing IntensiveEnglish / Writinghttp://precollege.sps.columbia.edu/highschool/online/courses/1-week/comedy-writing-intensiveIn this course students are introduced to the key tenets of writing and performing comedy. With the guidance of professional New York City performers and writers, they learn how to generate writing through improvisational comedy. Budding comedians and comedy writers learn how to make people laugh both on and off the page, a skill that can take practitioners down a variety of career paths on stage and in film and television. Participants hone their comedic sensibilities with a wide variety of exercises and readings, and build confidence by learning the art of Yes, and! Subject areas include sketch comedy, improvisational comedy, and stand-up. The course features frequent guest speakers.August 10-August 14, 2020July 19
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Columbia:Cyber Threat IntelligenceSTEAMhttp://precollege.sps.columbia.edu/highschool/online/courses/1-week/cyber-threat-intelligenceIn this course participants are exposed to cyber-threat intelligence as a discipline and its function in providing decision-makers with the support they need to stay abreast of evolving security challenges. Case studies on advanced persistent threat (APT) groups and large cybercrime networks are examined so as to better understand their tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTPs); their successes; and their shortcomings. Further, we look at technology’s evolution and how it is integrated into our lives along with the likely future threat landscape that accompanies these technologies.August 10-August 14, 2020July 19
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Columbia:Drawing IntensiveFilm and Arthttp://precollege.sps.columbia.edu/highschool/online/courses/1-week/drawing-intensive-developing-a-portfolioThis week-long class focuses on preparing the drawing portion of a fine art portfolio application for college submissions. As the week progresses, each student receives an in-depth critique from the instructor of their current work and of their plan for their portfolio. The course is focused on completing several large projects so as to showcase observational drawing skills, ranging from still life to architectural space to self-portraiture, as well as conceptual skills.August 10-August 14, 2020July 19
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Concordia Language VillagesForeign Languagehttp://www.concordialanguagevillages.orgConcordia Language Villages is offering in-person programs in Minnesota starting July 27. Earlier sessions have been canceled. It’s also offering week-long online programs for several foreign languages throughout the summer and online four-week high school credit programs with 180 hours of instruction.Weekly throughout the summerAvailable now on a rolling basis
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Connected CampsSTEAMhttps://connectedcamps.com/summer-campConnected Camps is a not-for-profit organization providing connected learning experiences that foster creativity, problem solving, collaboration and interest-driven learning.Weekly sessions from April 13-Aug 14, 2020Available on a rolling basis
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Cornell Precollege StudiesAcademichttps://sce.cornell.edu/precollege/program/onlineYou can choose from dozens of regular university courses, work with a Cornell faculty member, study alongside undergraduate students, and improve your college study skills. It's a great chance to earn college credits without leaving home.

Most online courses are delivered via the web-based learning system Canvas. You'll complete your assignments within a scheduled time frame, but some courses may offer you the option of getting a head start on your classwork. Generally, you'll interact with the instructor and other students via email, discussion boards, interactive chat rooms, video conferences, and/or phone.

The grades and credits you earn will be recorded on an official Cornell transcript and are generally transferable toward a degree at Cornell or elsewhere.
June 24-August 6, 2020Applications available on a rolling basis
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Cornell Precollege Studies: Fashion Design and Visual ThinkingAcademic/Arts/Fashionhttps://sce.cornell.edu/precollege/roster/fsad-1120This course offers a studio experience in thinking about and making fashion. We will explore various media and techniques used in apparel design and develop design images with the ultimate goal of creating a professional-grade portfolio based on one’s individual design aesthetic. Students will be introduced to techniques in the design process and presentation, as well as conventional graphic and digital tools such as Adobe Photoshop. Students will also be exposed to a variety of resources, including Cornell’s Costume and Textile Collection, and cutting-edge technology, including 3-D Body Scanning, and innovative functional apparel. Studio sessions comprise lecture, discussion, design charettes, and group critiques. There are no prerequisites for this course; no sewing experience required.July 13-July 31, 2020June 15, 2020
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CourseraVarioushttps://www.coursera.orgCoursera is an American online learning platform founded in 2012 by Stanford professors Andrew Ng and Daphne Koller that offers massive open online courses (MOOC), specializations, and degrees.

Coursera works with universities and other organizations to offer online courses, specializations, and degrees in a variety of subjects, such as engineering, data science, machine learning, mathematics, business, computer science, digital marketing, humanities, medicine, biology, social sciences, and others.
Varies by courseAvailable now on a rolling basis
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Create your own project; support a nonprofitVolunteerN/ATurn your interests and talents into your own summer-long project. A few ideas: Form a garage band with some musically-inclined friends and practice with local gigs. Teach yourself how to program. Practice your creative writing and submit your work to journals that publish high school students.N/AN/A
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Debate Camp OnlineDebatehttps://www.debatecamp.com/onlineDebate Camp offers an opportunity to stay connected in these times. Our multi-level program now ONLINE welcomes all abilities in grades 4 through 10.Session 2: May 11-May 30, 2020
Sessions 3-5: TBD
Registration opens May 11
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Economics for LeadersEconhttps://www.fte.org/students/economics-for-leaders-online/In the synchronous course, students and the professor will be “live” together, likely on Zoom or similar platform, during lectures, discussions, etc. It is very dynamic and interactive. However, the course will require students be online at times convenient for individuals living in the time zones of the USA. This option may not be optimal for students located in time zones not shared with the USA.Weekly sessions from June 15-August 9, 2020Available on a rolling basis
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edXVarioushttps://www.edx.org/?msclkid=76c9945de5471ff3f43fca268ad6e449&utm_source=bing&utm_medium=cpc&utm_campaign=new-bs-us-brand-core-exact&utm_term=edx&utm_content=edx_eOnline courses in a variety of subjects. Self-pacedAvailable on a rolling basis
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Emerging Leader Internship ProgramInternshiphttps://ivyinsight.com/emerging-leader-internship-program/We have put together a special 6-week program to allow students like you to take advantage of this time to work remotely in an internship that aligns best with your unique set of skills, talents, and interests.
At Ivy Insight, we’ve worked hard to leverage our network of contacts and alliances to form strategic partnerships that will provide you with a bridge between your academic achievements and real world experience.
June 22-July 31, 2020Available on a rolling basis
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EndevvrBusinesshttps://www.endevvr.comEndevvr helps student entrepreneurs from around the world start real companiesSession 1: June 8-July 3, 2020
Session 2: July 10-August 7, 2020
Closed for 2020
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Full SailSTEAMhttps://www.fullsaillabs.com/Full Sail Labs is now offering live Virtual Summer Camps this June and July. These live instructor camps teach STEAM-based topics in subjects students love including technology, entertainment, media, and art. Each week-long camp is designed to fully engage students 20 hours a week, Monday through Friday, with 4 hours of learning each day divided into 2 hour blocks.Weekly session June-July, 2020Available on a rolling basis
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Georgetown University College Credit CoursesAcademichttps://summer.georgetown.edu/programs/SHS04/college-credit-courseThis summer, get a head start and earn college credit at Georgetown. Our college credit courses ease your transition into the college learning environment through a blend of lectures, class discussions, and featured virtual guest speakers. You’ll have the opportunity to take classes with current undergraduate students, learn from prestigious Georgetown faculty, and engage in challenging coursework that will prepare you for success in college and beyond. Choose from our eight-week online courses, our five-week on-campus courses, or opt to do a combination of both.Main First Session:
June 1-July 3, 2020

Main Second Session:
July 6-Aug 7, 2020

Cross Session:
Jun 1-July 24, 2020
May 15
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Georgetown's Sports Industry Management AcademySports / Businesshttps://summer.georgetown.edu/programs/SHS22/sports-industry-management-academyGeorgetown's Sports Industry Management Academy introduces you to the increasing career options in the sports industry—a $250 billion-a-year business that continues to be one of the fastest-growing fields in the world. You'll study how events on the field, in the front office, and behind the camera are intricately linked to boardrooms, retail locations, and homes around the country.July 12-July 18, 2020Applications available on a rolling basis
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Girls Start Summer CampSTEAMhttp://girlstart.org/our-programs/summer-camp/Waiting for info
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Girls Who Code Summer ImmersionSTEAMhttps://girlswhocode.com/programs/summer-immersion-programThis 2-week virtual program teaches girls the computer science skills they need to make an impact in their community while preparing for a career in tech. Participants will get exposure to tech jobs, and join a supportive sisterhood of girls in tech.Session 1: June 15-June 26, 2020
Session 2: July 6-July 17, 2020
Session 3: July 20-July 31, 2020
Applications available on a rolling basis
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Gotham Writers Teen Online Writing ClassesEnglish / Writinghttps://www.writingclasses.com/classes/teen-inkPressure-free, creativity-stretching, not-like-school courses for writers ages 13-17. Useful for expanding your talent or gaining skills bound to help with essays and schoolwork.

These Teen courses are offered both in New York City and Online. The NYC classes are conducted by Gotham Writers Workshop. The Online classes are a partnership between Gotham Writers Workshop and Teen Ink. All students in the online classes receive a free one-year subscription to Teen Ink.

Unbound: Teen Creative Writing Level 1
6-week class begins June 9, July 7, July 14
4-week class begins July 6

True Story: Teen Creative Nonfiction
6-week class: begins July 14
Available now on a rolling basis
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Great Books Summer ProgramEnglish / Writinghttp://www.greatbookssummer.comGreat Books Summer Program is still nearly four months away, and we expect to be open for business as usual on all campuses and locations. We are proactively building Great Books Online: an innovative new way to bring students together in exciting virtual classrooms and discussions with our distinguished Great Books professors and scholars. Please Note: we plan to offer both options and will give you the choice.June, July, August dates TBDavailable on a rolling basis
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Harvard Summer SchoolAcademichttps://www.summer.harvard.edu/high-school-programsOur summer programs for high school students are designed to prepare you for that all-important next step—both academically and socially—paving the way for a successful college experience.

Here, you will expand your worldview, meet new people from all over the globe, test-drive potential majors, gain valuable knowledge and skills, and explore Boston—one of America’s most vibrant and historic cities—amid a community of supportive peers and advisors. Online Precollege programs are synchronous.
Pre-College Program
Session1:
June 28-July 10, 2020

Session 2:
July 12-July 24, 2020

Session 3:
July 26-August 7, 2020


Secondary School Program
Schedule Varies by Course
Pre-College Deadline:
May 15, 2020

Secondary School Deadline:
Available on a rolling basis
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Horizon AcademicAcademichttps://www.horizoninspires.com/?fbclid=IwAR3f0kH2UcL7s-WY201S_CSlHHOiJ78_vy-sqn-9BWYGV5MSSpZpMehSxsgHorizon Academic (HARP) is a trimester-long online research program for extraordinary high school students to refine their interest in an academic subject. Students will develop a college-level research project under the individualized guidance of a professor from a globally renowned university. After a trimester of reading, writing, and exploring, Horizon scholars finish their final projects, most often a 20-25 page research paper. By showcasing a student's very best work, Horizon gives students the opportunity to get letters of recommendation, pursue external publication, and demonstrate their exceptional talent to universities.July 3-September 18, 2020June 19, 2020
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HorizonsAcademichttps://www.horizoninspires.com/?fbclid=IwAR3f0kH2UcL7s-WY201S_CSlHHOiJ78_vy-sqn-9BWYGV5MSSpZpMehSxsgHorizon Academic (HARP) is a trimester-long online research program for extraordinary high school students to refine their interest in an academic subject. Students will develop a college-level research project under the individualized guidance of a professor from a globally renowned university. After a trimester of reading, writing, and exploring, Horizon scholars finish their final projects, most often a 20-25 page research paper. By showcasing a student's very best work, Horizon gives students the opportunity to get letters of recommendation, pursue external publication, and demonstrate their exceptional talent to universities.Summer trimester is 10-weeksAvailable on a rolling basis
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Interlochen Arts CampFilm and Art / Musichttps://camp.interlochen.org/online-arts-campJoin us this summer at Interlochen Online. The world-class Interlochen faculty have transformed on-campus programs into virtual experiences that combine the joy and intensity of Interlochen Arts Camp with an interactive and fun experience of summer learning.June 28-July 19, 2020June 15
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Iowa Young Writers Studio Online CoursesEnglish / Writinghttps://iyws.clas.uiowa.edu/online-coursesThis summer, 2020, we will offer three online courses: creative writing, fiction writing and poetry writing. These courses will run from June 29 through August 6, 2020. All courses will be taught by graduates of the Iowa Writers' Workshop. The online courses will require approximately three hours of engagement per week, which will include writing assignments, reading assigned materials, critiquing classmates’ writing, and participating in online discussions. The courses are asynchronous, meaning that students can complete the weekly assignments and post in the discussion forums on their own schedule in their free time. Students who complete the course and meet all requirements will receive one college credit from the University of Iowa.June 29-August 6, 2020April 17
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J Girls MagazineEnglish / Writinghttps://jgirlsmagazine.org/?utm_source=jGirls%20Magazine&utm_campaign=3b138ceae5-submit%20content&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_118837efae-3b138ceae5-362375213jGirls Magazine invites self-identifying Jewish teenage girls ages 13-19 across the world tHaro submit creative content (fiction, nonfiction, poetry, art, photography, music) on the subject of their choice for consideration for publication in our online magazine. We accept submissions on an ongoing basis. Writers and artists are paid for published content.OngoingOngoing
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Johns Hopkins Engineering Innovation: Biomedical Engineering Summer ProgramAcademic / STEAMhttps://ei.jhu.eduBiomedical Engineering Innovation is a fully online course that introduces biomedical engineering to high school students.Summer 10-week: May 26-July 23, 2020
Session 1: June 1-July 3, 2020
Session 2: June 22-July 31, 2020
10-weeK: May 8, 2020
Session 1: May 15, 2020
Session 2: June 5, 2020
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Language BirdForeign Languagehttps://www.languagebird.com/courses-for-credit-2/LanguageBird® is the premier online world language program for middle and high school students. We are the first accredited online provider specializing in a one-to-one, 100% live experience in 11 different world languages. LanguageBird® is the world language expert providing an unparalleled experience for teens online. There is no better classroom ratio than 1 to 1. Our online setting allows the flexibility needed for today’s students, as well as the learning experience to mirror the future of their education and careers.Privately arrangedAvailable on a rolling basis
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Language Studies: Babbel, Duolingo and Rosetta StoneForeign LanguageBabbel: https://my.babbel.com/en/welcome/0?bsc=aw6b_engall_us_bp&btp=default&gclid=Cj0KCQjwhZr1BRCLARIsALjRVQNmmTesk-x5CvW0hpsQtZdiIl53BlBukLKPQy-35O_sMiWfJw_ZPbEaAv_yEALw_wcB&utm_content=870121832_43694850957_kwd-296771160922_432615420920; Duolingo:https://www.duolingo.com/Learn a new langauge using apps: Babbel; Duolingo, Rosetta StoneOngoingOngoing
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Lebanon Valley College: Health and Biomedical Sciences CampSTEAMhttps://www.lvc.edu/life-at-lvc/summer-community-programming/health-biomedical-sciences-camp/The modified, online program will include live lectures, guest speakers and online laboratory exercises. The Registration fee for the online program is $175. To register and submit payment, please click the links below. You will receive an email confirmation upon successful registration, and we will be in touch with additional camp details in the coming weeks!July 27-July 29, 2020Available on a rolling basis
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Los Angeles Center of Photography Youth ProgramFilm and Arthttps://lacphoto.org/programs-services/youth-program/The Los Angeles Center of Photography is proud to offer classes in photography specifically designed to educate and enrich the lives of Los Angeles’ city youth. As the largest non-accredited school of photography on the West Coast, we are devoted to advancing the skills and increasing the personal enrichment of photographers of all experience levels and ages. Help us fulfill our mission of bringing the arts to the Los Angeles communities’ city youth and introducing them to the wonderful world of photography.Basic Digital Photography for Teens (ages 15-18): Mon-Fri June 15-19

Composition 101: A Course in Photographic Design with Kevin Weinstein: Wednesdays, May 13-June 17

Intermediate Digital Photography for Teens (ages 12-18): Mon-Fri, July 6-July 10, 2020

Introduction to Portrait Photography for Teens (ages 12-18): Mon-Fri, July 6-July 10, 2020

The Art of Photographic Capture for Teens (ages 12-18): Mon-Fri, July 20-July 24, 2020

Introduction to Lightroom and Photoshop for Teens (ages 12-18): Mon-Fri, July 20-July 24, 2020

The Urban Landscape for Teens (ages 12-18): Mon-Fri, July 13-July 17, 2020

Fashion Fun for Teens (ages 12-18): Mon-Fri, July 27-July 31, 2020

Street Portraiture for Teens (ages 12-18): Mon-Fri, July 13-17, 2020

Contemporary Fine Art Photography: Discovering Your Voice: Saturdays, July 11-August 22, 2020
Available now on a rolling basis
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MathCampSTEAMhttps://www.mathcamp.org/current_program/virtual-mc/Great progam for asiring math majorsJuly 5-August 9, 2020May 31
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Mathily ONLINESTEAMhttp://www.mathily.org/Great program for aspiring Math majorsJuly 28-August 1 (dates may be flexible if needed)Available on a rolling basis
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MOOCVarioushttps://www.mooc.org/Some of the top universities in the nation provide MOOCs:Stanford University
Harvard University
Arizona State University
Michigan Institute of Technology
Brown University
Ohio State University
Boston University
University of California – Berkeley
University of Pennsylvania
University of Texas at Austin
Cornell University
Princeton University
University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign
Most are self-pacedAvailable on a rolling basis
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Northern Illinois University STEAM CampsVarioushttps://www.niusteamcamps.com/online-campsVirtual camps on a wide variety of subjects; weather forcasting; photography;Nature; Rhube Goldberg Challenge;Minecraft; Video Game DesignPrograms running weekly from June-August 7, 2020Available on a rolling basis
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Notre Dame Summer Scholars OnlineAcademichttps://precollege.nd.edu/summer-scholars-online/We have developed Summer Scholars Online in response. Participants will have the opportunity to participate in one of 27 exciting programs of study, all taught by Notre Dame faculty.June 28-July 10, 2020Closed
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NYTimes Summer Academy OnlineJournalism / Mediahttps://nytedu.com/pre-college/summer-academy/online/?mc_cid=22a0408117&mc_eid=d6cf4d059fThe famous NY Times summer program goes virtual!Session 1: June 7-June 19, 2020
Session 2: June 21-July 3, 2020
Session 3: July 5-July 17, 2020
Session 4: July 19-July 31, 2020
Available on a rolling basis
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Omprakash:Social Justice / Volunteerhttps://www.omprakash.org/joinedge/facing-pandemicFacilitates dialogue and learning between social change agents around the world. Offering 2 online programs: Solidarity and Storytelling Across Differences; and Grassroots NGO and CBO Resilence.OngoingOngoing
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Otis College of Art and Design: Summer of Art, College Preparation ProgramFilm and Arthttps://www.otis.edu/summer-art?utm_source=teenlifeThis 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.

Photography Course: Develop your skills in both traditional and digital photography while focusing on traditional themes of still life, portraiture, and documentation. Course begins with the traditional single-lens reflex camera, properties of black-and-white film, shooting techniques, film development, and printing. Through the use of new technology, including the digital camera and Adobe Photoshop, learn how to enhance and manipulate images. Students furnish their own 35mm film and digital cameras, film, and paper.
July 6-31, 2020, MWF, 9:00am-4:30pmAvailable now on a rolling basis
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OutschoolAcademichttps://outschool.comExplore fun, social, and safe learning experiences—taught over live video chat. 10,000+ classes led by qualified teachers.Varies by courseAvailable now on a rolling basis
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Penn Summer Pre-College ProgramAcademichttps://www.sas.upenn.edu/summer/courses/schools/sas/pre-collegeThe Pre-College Program is designed for academically curious high school students who are excited about the intellectual challenge and residential freedom of a true undergraduate experience. Our program offers numerous undergraduate courses in a wide array of disciplines taught by Penn faculty, staff and visiting scholars.July 2-August 7, 2020May 1, 2020
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Pharmacy Summer Institute for High School and College StudentSTEAMhttps://pharmacy.buffalo.edu/news-events/events/annual-events/pre-pharmacy-summer-camp.html?fbclid=IwAR3td1oY504IEIQ1BkxLdpbBQLWJ45_ie1_9U7-Jjs1oe6i8Gc2wAgaJsUw
The School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences 2020 Pharmacy Summer Institute is still scheduled to occur but will move to a virtual format with the schedule to be finalized in the coming months. The Pharmacy Summer Institute will be free for 2020.
TBDJune 1
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Pioneer AcademicsAcademichttps://pioneeracademics.comPioneer Academics Research Program is a virtual research institute for outstanding high school students with the highest standards in selectivity and academic rigor. It is the world's only online credit-bearing research program for high school students, offering STEM, social sciences and humanities. In Pioneer's rigorous academic system, students work one-on-one with university professors in advanced study and research of a topic of their interest, culminating in a full-length research paper.June-July:
-Weekly group seminar sessions
-5 sessions; 1.5 hours per session
-6-10 reading hours per week

August:
-Individual research mentoring
-5 sessions; 3/4-1 hours per session
-Formulate research topic
-Write and edit research paper
-8-14 research hours per week
April 26, 2020
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Points of LightVolunteerhttps://www.pointsoflight.org/virtual-volunteering-opportunities/Virtual volunteers can complete short-term or long-term tasks, in whole or in part, typically off-site from the organization or person being assisted. If you’ve got access to a computer, thousands of different volunteer projects and roles are available to you — from your home, the library, a coffee shop, anywhere with an Internet connection.OngoingOngoing
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Pre-College Programs at Boston UniversityAcademichttps://www.bu.edu/summer/high-school-programs/Prepare for success in college at Boston University Summer Term. With five exciting and challenging high school summer programs to choose from, you can earn college credit, discover a new subject area, perform cutting-edge research in University labs, or immerse yourself in hands-on learning. Push yourself academically while experiencing college life, making new friends, and engaging in social activities around Boston and on campus. BU Summer Term offers you a choice of one-, two-, three-, and six-week programs, with options to live on campus, commute from home, or study online. We invite you to join other motivated teens from 50 states and 87 countries to experience this great introduction to college life and academics.Rising juniors and seniors
Six weeks, starting May 20 or July 5, 2020

Rising seniors
Six weeks, starting July 5, 2020

Rising juniors and seniors
Three weeks, starting July 5, 2020 (psychology)

Rising sophomores, juniors, and seniors
Two weeks, starting June 21, July 12, and July 26, 2020

Rising 8th graders, freshmen, and sophomores
One week, starting July 26, 2020
Academic Immersion:
Available now on a rolling basis

High School Honors:
May 29, 2020

Summer Challenge:
Session 1: June 7, 2020
Session 2: June 30, 2020
Session 3: June 30, 2020

Summer Preview:
July 5, 2020
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RISD Continuing Education: Intro to ApparelArts/Fashionhttps://cereg.risd.edu/courses/detail/introduction-to-apparel-material-form-online-/24337Clothing stands at the center of human experience in function and cultural and individual identity. In this course students broaden individual understanding of both material properties and the essential elements of fashion design. The course begins with an introduction to historical and contemporary practices in the advancement of clothing. Students then receive foundational instruction in apparel design techniques, including: design process, pattern making, draping, construction and sewing (machine and hand). Exploration of materials and construction techniques is achieved through using geometric shapes (rectangles, squares, circles and triangles). Lectures and discussions on issues of waste and garment life-cycle, fast fashion and production methods underscore the importance of best practices in sustainability for students to consider in their own process. Development of a strong personal vision through weekly critiques and discussions allows students to build a comprehensive sketchbook/scrapbook, and to create a working sample collection of construction techniques that support ideas for a final collection of finished garments. Previous sewing experience not required. Access to a sewing machine and sewing supplies required.June 22-June 31, 2020Applications available on a rolling basis
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Ross Mathematics ProgramSTEAMhttps://rossprogram.orgInstead the Program will run online sessions from Sunday June 28 through Friday August 7, 2020. The Ross Number Theory course will be available to all students accepted to the 2020 session. That course cannot be as deep and intensive as the in-person experience, but online participants will gain some experience with the Ross style of inquiry-based learning.June 28-August 7, 2020April 1
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Sarah Lawrence Pre-College ProgramsWriting / Academichttps://www.sarahlawrence.edu/summer/pre-college/Online programs in Game Design, Social Justice, Filmmaking, and Writing.July 12-31, 2020 (Writer's Village, Social Justice Collective, Game Design)
July 13-17 (Filmmaker's Week
August 3-7, 2020 (Writer's Week)
July 1
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Score at the TopAcademicscoreatthetop.comScore Academy and Learning Centers are a fully accredited, K-12 online private school available for US and international students. It's a tight-knit school community offering all the services and resources needed to create an engaging student experience online or in person.Privately arrangedAvailable on a rolling basis
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Smithsonian Digital VolunteersVolunteerhttps://transcription.si.eduBecome a Smithsonian Digital Volunteer and help us make historical documents and biodiversity data more accessible.
Join 17,271 "volunpeers" to add more to the total 529,898 pages of field notes, diaries, ledgers, logbooks, currency proof sheets, photo albums, manuscripts, biodiversity specimens labels that have been collaboratively transcribed and reviewed since June 2013
OngoingOngoing
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Stanford Pre-College Summer InstitutesAcademic / STEAMhttps://summerinstitutes.spcs.stanford.edu/courses/2020?time=1589421461696Not for credit or grade, our courses provide in-depth, interactive exploration of advanced topics. Courses range in subjects from Bioscience to Business, Music to Machine Learning, Physics to Political Science, and Creative Writing to Cosmology. Please note: courses are subject to change. Session 1: June 22-July 3, 2020
Session 2: July 6-July 17, 2020
Session 3: July 20-July 31, 2020
Applications available on a rolling basis
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Stomping GroundsLeadershiphttps://campstompingground.org/Building radically empathetic communities through humble curiosity, personal responsibility, restorative practices, and unbounded creativity.Session 1: July 5-10
Session 2: July 12-17
Session 3: July 19-31
Artsfest: August 2-7
Session 4: August 9-21
Available on a rolling basis
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SubmittableEnglish / Writinghttps://discover.submittable.com/blog/covid-19-creative-calls-for-submission/Write something about the pandemic – poetry, fiction or nonfiction – and send it to one of the publications seeking new work via Submittable. Some of these organizations welcome visual art submissions as well.OngoingOngoing
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Summer Discovery Online 2020Internshiphttps://www.summerdiscovery.com/applicationSummer Discovery will offer an range of academic courses,business, STEM, Law and Government, and Leadership. Virtual community building activities will be offered:sports, clubs and competitons as well as college prep and career counseling. Particiants will be given a virtual calendar, so they can attend special events in real time. Courses will be taught by professors from university partners.Varies by programAvailable on a rolling basis (UCLA and UMich only)
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Summer Institute for the GiftedAcademichttps://blog.giftedstudy.org/online-programs-return-for-sig-spring-summer/?utm_campaign=041020-SIG-NWS-APR&utm_medium=email&utm_source=Eloqua&utm_campaigntype=NewsletterThe summer SIG Online Intensive Program sessions offer students a virtual opportunity to experience our unique onsite courses available for the 2020 SIG summer. Students work on learning activities each day and attend virtual face-time sessions each week for course content and social experiences. This program is intensive in that it provides new material daily and compresses our usual longer online learning courses into a 3-week span. Additionally, course instructors will host and facilitate a fun social forum and/or virtual face-time session each week for students to interact with their like-minded peers through non-academic social experiences which will focus on building friendships, socializing with new people, finding and sharing common interests, expanding awareness of culture and diversity, and practicing social skills. Successful completion of a course requires about 5-7 hours of work time per week that includes the academic and social components of the program. Students need access to the online courses daily during the week to accom­plish all tasks in a timely fashion.Summer Session 1:
June 22-July 10, 2020


Summer Session 2:
July 13-July 31, 2020


Summer Session 3:
August 3-August 21, 2020
Session 1 Deadline: June 12, 2020
Session 2 Deadline: July 2, 2020
Session 3 Deadline: July 24, 2020
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Summer STEM Institute STEAMhttps://www.summersteminstitute.orgSSI is a 6-week summer program that will run from June 21 to August 1, 2020. SSI consists of (1) a bootcamp that teaches students scientific literacy and data science, (2) a Masterclass series where experts from Stanford, Harvard, and other elite institutions share their advice for high school students, and (3) a personalized and mentored research project that students can submit to science competitions or write about on their college applications.June 21-August 1, 2020Applications accepted on a rolling basis until May 15, 2020
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Summer@Brown OnlineAcademichttps://precollege.brown.edu/online/Summer@Brown Online courses are rigorous, active learning experiences, designed and led by innovative and dedicated Brown instructors and that replicate the seminar-style, student-centered learning experiences that characterize Summer@Brown. Through coursework designed to inspire curiosity and discovery, students connect with their peers from around the world – students who are enthusiastic, creative, and accomplished students. Multiple 3, 4, and 5 Week Sessions, varies by courseApplications available now on a rolling basis
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Syracuse Summer Sports Management ProgramSports / Businesshttps://summercollege.syr.edu/sport-management/This Sport Management program will be administered online for Summer College 2020. Students will NOT report to campus for this program. Content below will be updated for an online format soon. Please check back for details. All online program information will be confirmed by May 1, 2020.
This exciting summer pre-college program for high school students examines the scope of the sports industry and introduces students to the wide range of career opportunities in the field of sport management. Students examine the managerial process including the functions of management and the roles, skills, and attributes required of sports managers. Students are introduced to problems and challenges faced by sport managers.
The primary objective is to provide the student with a basic understanding of the duties and functions of a sport manager as it applies to amateur and professional sports. Upon completion of the course, students should be able to identify, analyze, and understand issues affecting sport managers.
June 29-July 17, 2020May 15, 2020
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Teen Life Online/Virtual Summer Programs Varioushttps://www.teenlife.com/search?q=&l=&c=Summer%20Program&sc1=Online,Online&p=143 current programs; application dates vary by programVaries by programVaries by program
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The New School Pre-College Design ExplorationsArts/Fashionhttps://opencampus.newschool.edu/courses/PNNYPD/2128/PNNY/1541/CX1/online-design-explorations-fashion-design-pre-college/This hands-on design course challenges students to explore traditional and non-traditional approaches to fashion design, including research and concept development, design ideation, experimental making, visual expression, and presentation design. Students meet online daily with Parsons faculty and an international cohort of peers for real-time creative and technical design instruction, project guidance, and group and individual critiques. Live instruction is supplemented with digitally archived project support and reference resources. This exploratory design course incorporates structured “away time” from the computer in which students investigate world events, social issues, and personal experiences and interests as a springboard for design inspiration, direction, and production. Students learn the fundamentals of research, observational writing and drawing, design ideation, creative and technical fashion illustration, basic surface and textile design, experimental garment and accessories prototyping techniques, and the creation of analog and digital visual presentations. Digital tools, including the Adobe Creative Cloud, are introduced. The three-week experience includes guest speakers from industry and virtual field trips. From the start of the course students keep an online design process journal and complete a series of exploratory 2D and 3D fashion design studies based on their original research and concepts to be presented in a final design presentation in the medium and format of their choice: lookbook, e-pub, curated exhibit space, website, short film, etc.July 6-July 24, 2020Applications available on a rolling basis
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The Writers StudioEnglish / Writinghttps://www.writerstudio.com/courses/online/online-level-1/For three decades The Writers Studio has been helping students become stronger, more resourceful writers — with more craft at their disposal, more knowledge of what makes a piece of creative writing satisfying to a reader, and more access to the full range of their emotions and imagination. We have developed our own teaching method, which gives students the opportunity to “try on” many different narrative approaches. In the process of studying and trying out the techniques found in a wide array of published work, students end up discovering their own material and voice. They also find a supportive community of like-minded classmates. The school is flexible enough to meet the needs of students at all levels of experience and commitment. Students can take a single six or eight-week workshop, or proceed through a series of increasingly challenging classes.6-8 weeks, start date varies by courseAvailable now on a rolling basis
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The ZooniverseVolunteerhttps://www.zooniverse.org/aboutThe Zooniverse provides an opportunity for anyone to help out with important research. Simply select a project in an area that interests you – such as space, nature, or the arts – and get started. You could be part of a new discovery!OngoingOngoing
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UCLA Art Summer InstituteFilm and Arthttps://www.summer.ucla.edu/ushsstudentStudy at the world-renowned UCLA Department of Art this summer! The Art Summer Institute is designed for talented and highly motivated high school students. Each two-week session carries three units of UCLA college credit and is structured around a combination of daily, focused studio work, artist lectures, field trips, and a final exhibition. Students may enroll in one or both two-week sessions and choose from Drawing, Painting, Photography, Sculpture, or Video & Performance Art.Session A: July 5- July17, 2020
Session B: July 19-July 31, 2020
Applications opens Feb 15 and are accepted on a rolling basis
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UCLA Summer College ImmersionAcademichttps://summer.ucla.edu/ushsstudentThe UCLA Summer College Immersion Program (SCIP) is designed for exceptionally high-achieving high school students to provide a real-world introduction to an academic life at UCLA, one of the world's greatest research universities. SCIP students will enroll in two UCLA academic courses while also participating in lectures, seminars, and popular workshops such as Undergraduate Admissions.Varies by courseApplications available on a rolling basis
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UMass@ Amherst: Precollege Summer ProgramAcademichttps://www.umass.edu/summer/programs/academic-programs?utm_campaign=Summer%202020&utm_medium=email&_hsmi=87218516&_hsenc=p2ANqtz-8cuBX0CHCUWQIXTT1LaEC-ZVdxlAKUMRzJLF0giQ7dtyUW0baJfYBF0F2wCZtHlqfrs3VB&utm_content=87218516&utm_source=hs_emailOur online pre-college programs are designed to give you a preview of the UMass student experience, including college-level academics and being part of a learning community of high school students from all across the U.S. and the world. All courses are taught by UMass faculty and advanced graduate students, and combine live video instruction, independent project / group work, and check-ins with faculty and TA’s.July 13-17, 2020 (1-week programs)
July 12-14, 2020 (2-week programs)
July 13-31, 2020 (3-week programs)
July 6-23, 2020 (Summer Design Academy)
July 20-24, 2020 (Vet Tech)
Available on a rolling basis
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University of Chicago Virtual Summer Language InstituteForeign Languagehttps://college.uchicago.edu/summer-session/summer-language-instituteFour-skill intensive courses provide one year's worth of language instruction.June 22-August 14, 2020May 15
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University of Michigan Math and Science ScholarsSTEAMhttps://sites.lsa.umich.edu/mmss/courses/Click on the link to see the courses that will be offered onlineSession 1: June 1-June 26, 2020
Session 2: July 6-July 13, 2020
Available on a rolling basis
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University of South Fl-Tampa Pre-CollegeAcademichttps://precollege.usf.edu/summer-programs?&utm_source=adwords&utm_campaign=adwords:PC-Overview&utm_adgroup=PC-Overview&utm_term=summer%20programs%20for%20high%20school%20students&utm_content=431875063369&utm_medium=ppc&ads_cmpid=757658139&ads_adid=40196301496&ads_matchtype=b&ads_network=g&ads_creative=431875063369&utm_term=summer%20programs%20for%20high%20school%20students&ads_targetid=kwd-89973129&utm_source=adwords&utm_medium=ppc&ttv=2&gclid=CjwKCAjwv4_1BRAhEiwAtMDLsncjxguAFtfpsV5JVHvSgOyR4pbzxbiqI1g0jZYZ6aLKQYGEqJiSDhoCDggQAvD_BwEIn light of continuing concerns about the coronavirus (COVID-19), the University of South Florida has decided to shift USF Pre-College to an online delivery method for Summer 2020.
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USC Summer Programs for High School StudentsAcademichttps://summerprograms.usc.eduUSC Summer Programs extends a tradition of excellence to outstanding high school students through a diverse offering of 4-week summer courses. Accepted students will engage in academically rigorous courses designed for online learning, have access to USC faculty who are leaders in their fields, and explore growing academic passions at the university level. Courses offered in: Architecture, Business, Engineering & Information Technology, Global Studies, Journalism, Performing Arts: Summer Theatre Conservatory, Pre-Health & Science, Pre-Law, Writing & Critical Thinking.June 15-July 10, 2020May 8, 2020
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USC Virtual Summer ProgramsAcademichttps://summerprograms.usc.edu/program-overview/options/Performing Arts: Summer Theatre Conservatory • Pre-Health & Science • Pre-Law • Writing & Critical ThinkingJune 15-July 10, 2020May 8
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Wake Fores University Online Immersion ProgramAcademichttps://wfuonline.precollegeprograms.org/?utm_term=summer%20school%20for%20high%20school%20students&utm_campaign=GS+%7C+PreCollege+%7C+NB+%7C+BM&utm_source=adwords&utm_medium=ppc&hsa_acc=7382100862&hsa_cam=9088118387&hsa_grp=90007465097&hsa_ad=414004584895&hsa_src=g&hsa_tgt=kwd-608087848&hsa_kw=summer%20school%20for%20high%20school%20students&hsa_mt=b&hsa_net=adwords&hsa_ver=3&gclid=CjwKCAjw1cX0BRBmEiwAy9tKHv1yR3ZpRaP_NZJbGt4bJ2ux2a8IL0SoGNVSvCzs2lk8Ea36hdCOKxoC2BYQAvD_BwEAre there subjects you’re thinking about taking in college but would like to know more about? The Online Immersion Program, designed for high school students ages 13 and up, has been created for this purpose. It offers exciting topics, covered in depth, through online coursework led by Wake Forest University professors and Wake Forest School of Medicine professors (depending on the course you choose). The program is available year-round, and the online format allows you to study anywhere, anytime, while working at your own pace. University mentors provide guidance. You will complete a Capstone project to show what you’ve learned and earn a Certificate of Completion from Wake Forest University. Multiple 2- and 4-week sessions, varies by course.Applications available now. Deadlines vary by course.
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Wake Forest Sports Marketing InstituteSports / Businesshttps://immersion.summer.wfu.edu/institutes/sports-marketing-institute/What happens in the game, the front office and behind the camera fuels a $250 billion a year industry that represents one of the fastest growing career fields worldwide. This institute explores the many professional options available in the global sports industry.Session 1: June 15-18
Session 2: June 22-25
Applications available on a rolling basis
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Worcester Polytechnic Institute: Frontiers for Credit (Grades 11&12)Academic / STEAMhttps://www.wpi.edu/academics/pre-collegiate/summer-programs/frontiersFrontiers for Credit is designed for high school students who are interested in earning college credit and experiencing an academically fulfilling WPI college course. WPI’s five-week online program starting in July will allow students to explore STEM curriculum alongside WPI’s world-renowned faculty.July 13-August 12, 2020June 15, 2020
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Writopia LabEnglish / Writinghttps://www.writopialab.orgWe run creative writing workshops for kids ages 6 to 18. All of our workshops have a maximum of seven students and are led by a published author or produced playwright who has been fully trained in our time-tested methodology. In each of the past six years, our students have won more recognition for their writing than any other group of students in the nation. Programs in: creative writing, language play, private sessions, playwriting, filmmaking, play festival, essay writing, test prep, college essay, photojournalism, world building, graphic novel. Various programs ranging from single-day workshops to one-week sessions running from June 15-September 4, 2020Applications available on a rolling basis
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The Second CityWriting / Comedyhttps://www.secondcity.com/new-online-improv-offeringsOnline comedy camp for kids and teens. Classes in writing, performing, and improvisation. 2-week, weeklong, and day long sessions throughout the summerApplications available now on a rolling basis
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Comedy Camp NYCWriting / Comedyhttp://comedycampnyc.comWe will be focusing on Improv and Sketch Comedy; Online open mic; Private one on one coaching; Collaborate om sketch comedy projects; Digital content creationWeekly sessions starting June 29-August 31
Half Day/Full Day Options
Applications available now on a rolling basis
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Stand-Up StudiosWriting / Comedyhttps://www.standupstudios.comWe meet on the easy-to-use Zoom. Each week you get one-on-one coaching from the instructor and feedback from your class mates. By the end of our workshop you'll have a 5-7 minute comedy routine or a funny short story or essay you can blog or share with friends. It's really fun and we laugh a lot! Sundays 11:00-1:00pm ET, June 7, 14, 21, 28Available now on a rolling basis
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