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College/University Open House & Summer Programs-
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Visit programs' website for more information including, requirements and/or fees if applicable
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UC Irvine COSMOS- California State Summer School for Mathematics & ScienceCOSMOS provides a residential academic experience for our rising generation of scientists, engineers, and mathematicians. COSMOS offers an exciting learning experience that features hands-on experimentation. Students attend from high schools throughout the state, and they go on to graduate from prestigious universities such as the UC campuses and other California institutions such as Stanford and USC, and from other top national institutions including Princeton, MIT, Yale, Cornell, etc. It is an enrichment program; no credit is given neither are there exams or grades. Deadline: Friday, February 1, 2019https://cosmos.uci.edu/how-to-apply/
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USC Bovard ScholarsOpen to current high-achieving juniors. The USC Bovard Scholars program exists to help talented students from low-income families overcome challenges. Participants an expect one-on-one guidance essential to helping you understand and navigate the complex college admissions process and participate in a three-week summer residential program at USC. Application Deadline- FEBRUARY 15, 2019https://bovardscholars.usc.edu/
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Stanford Pre-Collegiate StudiesJoin our community of passionate students, staff, and instructors. We help future generations of students grow as scholars and people through our world-class programming. Our programs cover advanced subjects rarely taught in high school courses, offering students a chance to challenge themselves by diving deep into cutting-edge topics.https://spcs.stanford.edu/
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California State University, Fullerton “Mathematics Intensive Summer Session” (MISS).The Mathematics Intensive Summer Session, or MISS, seeks to assist college bound young women to enhance their mathematics skills. The long-term goal of the program is to increase the population of female students who choose careers in natural sciences, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). Students will attend six hours of mathematics class daily, Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Meals, books, materials, and supplies are provided at no cost to the student. Every first-time MISS student who completes the program will receive a free graphing calculator. Project MISS is not a summer school course - students do not receive any academic credit. Applications will be available Spring 2019.http://www.fullerton.edu/miss/
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AMDA High School Summer Conservatory of the Performing ArtsOpen to talented high school students to study, train, rehearse, perform and live on campus at AMDA Hollywood. Two-week sessions . Scholarships and financial aid availablehttps://www.amda.edu/high-school-summer-program
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Washington University in St. Louis Summer ExperiencesStudents have the opportunity to enroll in courses for credit and study alongside undergraduates. Students select from a broad range of stimulating introductory courses in the humanities, math, sciences, and social sciences. High School Summer Scholars live on campus in one of the residence halls. In addition to coursework, students participate in specialized seminars, academic support groups, and a variety of weekend and evening social events. Scholarship and financial assistance available.http://summerexperiences.wustl.edu/scholars
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Duke University Summer ProgramWe invite you to imagine yourself at Duke this summer if you are seeking to gain academic credit from renowned Duke faculty or interested in engaging deeply with a particular subject, hoping to spend your summer enjoying residential activities on Duke’s historic West Campus, and seeking to prepare for college and to create an international network of peers. Three different options available for high school students.https://summersession.duke.edu/high-school-students
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UC Irvine, Paul Merage School of BusinessInvestments, Financial Planning, and You. This summer program is designed for highly motivated, talented high school students who wish to gain a deep understanding of investments and financial planning. Acclaimed faculty from The Paul Merage School of Business at the University of California, Irvine partner with industry experts to deliver a unique learning environment through a combination of case studies, group projects, on-line simulations and student presentations. The program culminates in the creation of a personal wealth management plan by each student, paving the way for a lifelong plan of financial success. https://merage.uci.edu/ciwm-events/investment-financial-planning-and-you.html
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FIDM Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising 3-day summer program offers hands-on workships, learn from FIDM instructors, and meet industry professionals.http://fidm.edu/en/calendar/summer+programs/3+days+of+fashion/
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USC Bovard ScholarsOpen to current high-achieving juniors. The USC Bovard Scholars program exists to help talented students from low-income families overcome challenges. Participants an expect one-on-one guidance essential to helping you understand and navigate the complex college admissions process and participate in a three-week summer residential program at USC. Application Deadline- FEBRUARY 15, 2019https://bovardscholars.usc.edu/
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