Summer Opportunities

Miami University Summer Scholars Program
Greetings from Miami University! I am excited to share information regarding an on-campus summer opportunity for your most talented students.


Miami University Summer Scholars Program
Session I: July 5-17, 2020
Session II: July 19-31, 2020

Miami's Summer Scholars Program provides a rich, early college experience for academically talented, rising high school juniors and seniors from across the globe. Students join an engaged community of learners for an intensive, two-week program on Miami’s campus and explore a topic of their choice alongside our leading faculty and professional experts. Participants who later choose to apply to Miami will also receive an admission application fee waiver and priority consideration for Miami merit scholarships and honors programs.

Also, we are pleased to offer a limited number of full scholarships for the Summer Scholars Program to academically talented students with financial need who apply and are accepted to the program.

As part of the application process, counselors will need to submit the following materials online no later than May 1, 2020:

Letter of recommendation
​Applicant’s high school transcript (including current-year schedule)
​Copy of any available test score reports (We will gladly accept ACT, SAT, PSAT, and PreACT scores; official score reports are not required.)
​Verification of an applicant’s eligibility for free or reduced school lunch (if submitting application materials on behalf of a student in need of financial assistance)
If you have any questions, please email summerscholars@MiamiOH.edu or call 513-529-2531.

I hope to see your most talented rising juniors and seniors on campus this summer!
Sincerely,
Bethany Perkins
Director of Admission



QUESTBRIDGE COLLEGE PREP SCHOLARS PROGRAM

Find out if you’re eligible and apply for free at: www.questbridge.org

DEADLINE: MARCH 24, 2020
Awards may include:
Scholarships and awards for outstanding high school juniors
from low-income backgrounds

Full scholarships to summer programs at Yale, Stanford, Notre Dame, and more, valued at up to $20,000, $1,000 for a new laptop, campus visits, or standardized test score fees, college admissions conferences at Stanford, Emory, and UChicago, feedback on college essays and more!



Actuarial Science Summer Camps

Our Actuarial Science Summer Camps are week-long intensive programs for rising high school seniors designed to help them decide if they’re interested in actuarial careers. An actuary is a business professional who uses mathematical and financial tools to help identify and manage risk, so it's a great career for students who are strong mathematically but who are not necessarily interested in teaching. It's also great for students who like business and have good math aptitude.


LVC has had a successful Actuarial Science Program for more than 50 years, and we’ve run this summer camp for more than three decades. Leveraging industry connections and alumni suggestions, we’ve forged an authentic experience that features interaction with actuaries and an introduction to relevant software and content.

In the summer of 2020, we will have two one-week long camps:
June 21-26, 2020
July 5-10, 2020
During the week, students live on campus in a residence hall with Resident Assistants who are current LVC students. Students eat their meals in the Allan W. Mund College Center. The camp fee is $950, and it covers all camp-related expenses, including instruction, room, board, and access to campus facilities.

Lebanon Valley College values inclusion and diversity. We encourage students from underrepresented backgrounds to apply. Financial aid may be available.

Please visit the links on the left panel and contact Patrick Brewer, director of actuarial science, at brewer@lvc.edu regarding any camp questions.

To apply to the summer camp, fill out the application form using the Apply button below. A letter of recommendation is also required. The letter should be no more than one page and be from a high school teacher familiar with your work in mathematics. The letter of recommendation must be emailed to Dr. Patrick Brewer at brewer@lvc.edu


The Center for Legal & Court Technology (CLCT) at William & Mary Law School

Once again, we are offering law-related summer courses for High School students. Students may join us for one, two, or three courses. Registration is now open on our website at https://www.legaltechcenter.net/courses-and-training/legal-education-for-high-school-students/.

This unique program consists of interactive and dynamic modules designed to stimulate students' conceptual learning and problem-solving skills. The courses are:

Introduction to Law & the U.S. Legal System (June 15-18, 2020)
Introduction to Artificial Intelligence (June 22-24, 2020)
Introduction to Negotiations (June 24-26, 2020)

The courses are taught by Professors Fred Lederer and Iria Giuffrida, members of the faculty at William & Mary Law School and respectively CLCT's Director and Deputy Director. All classes are held at the William & Mary Law School in Williamsburg, VA, which offers an exceptional opportunity for high school students to experience life in a law school that is home to the most technologically advanced courtroom in the nation.



Smithsonian-Mason School of Conservation
is a partnership between the Smithsonian Institution and George Mason University. It offers summer courses for rising high school juniors and seniors interested in conservation, environmental science, biology, and related topics. We wanted to introduce you to our pair of upcoming immersive programs.


Our high school courses are residential, so students stay in our recently built residence hall within the Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute in Front Royal, Virginia. There is no better place to live and learn about the world of conservation from some of the leading experts in the field! Each of our Summer 2020 courses is worth 2 college credits. The courses won’t overlap, so students may take one or both.

CONS 100: Introduction to Field Conservation Ecology

June 21 – 28 (2 credits) | Registration Fee: $2,300

Get hands-on field experience in conservation, and define an ecological research question with a conservation practitioner.

CONS 110: How to Be a Better Naturalist

July 19 – 25 (2 credits) | Registration Fee: $2,100

Describe field marks for a variety of animal and plant taxa, deploy observation and monitoring equipment, and apply conservation techniques to the natural world near your home.

Included with the course costs are:
· all program lodging and meals;
· all course fees, entrance fees, and field-trip costs during the program; and
· complimentary round-trip transportation between Front Royal, VA and Dulles International Airport (IAD) on arrival/departure dates.

Registration is open now through mid-May. Go to https://smconservation.gmu.edu/programs/high-school-summer-programs-for-college-credit and register using the red button at the top of the page.



APPLICATIONS NOW BEING ACCEPTED FOR 
FBI RICHMOND TEEN ACADEMY
The FBI Richmond Field Office is the place to be on June 23 and June 24, 2020, especially for a select group of teens across Virginia. Those are the dates FBI Richmond will be hosting their fourth annual Teen Academy. During this two-day program students will be presented with information about career opportunities, various investigative programs and experience behind-the-scenes demonstrations from the Evidence Response Team, the Special Agent Bomb Technicians and our Special Weapons and Tactics Team. At no time will students be exposed to active cases or day-to-day operations.

The Teen Academy will be held on Tuesday, June 23 and Wednesday, June 24, 2020 from 8:00a.m. to 4:00p.m. at the Richmond Field Office located at 1970 East Parham Road in Richmond, Virginia. All eligible students are encouraged to apply. The program will be limited to 30 students.

Students must have their parent’s permission to participate and meet the minimum eligibility requirements, as outlined below:

• Be a United States citizen.
• Resident of Virginia.
• Enrolled in an accredited high school or home-school environment, recognized by your school district.
• Be between the ages of 15 and 18.
• Be a junior or senior during the 2020-2021 academic year.
• Have a grade point average of 2.5 or better.

Students who meet the minimum eligibility requirements, are required to complete an application process to compete for acceptance into the program. A typed application and 500-word essay must be received by the FBI Richmond Field Office no later than 4p.m. on Friday, March 20, 2020. Paperwork received after that date will not be accepted nor given further consideration.

Questions about the program should be directed to the Field Office’s Community Outreach Specialist via RH_Outreach@FBI.gov.

The FBI Richmond Teen Academy is not an internship program, but rather a component of the Bureau’s Community Outreach Program. The application and information about this initiative, and additional FBI Richmond Field Office outreach programs may be found on our webpage at https://www.fbi.gov/contact-us/field-offices/richmond/community-outreach#Teen-Academy.



2020 Youth Leadership Institute (YLI) 

We are thrilled to announce that the 2020 Youth Leadership Institute (YLI) student application is open! We encourage you to forward this email to any high-achieving Latino high school juniors in your network so they can apply to this transformative experience.


Apply now at https://www.hsf.net/sign-up.

YLI is a free, five-day, overnight, college empowerment conference for Latino high school juniors held at two top universities across the US. This highly selective program is designed to give young leaders the practical tools they need to successfully apply to top universities, have full access to scholarship and financial aid opportunities, and set a course for academic and career success. Attendees will enhance their leadership abilities and expand their professional networks by participating in college and career workshops, living on a college campus, and interacting with college students and professionals who serve as their mentors.

Students can apply to ONE of the following locations and dates:
July 8, 2020 - July 12, 2020 - University of Chicago
July 22, 2020 - July 26, 2020 - University of Southern California (USC)
Eligibility Requirements:
Current high school junior (Class of 2021)
Must have an unweighted GPA above 3.0 on a 4.0 scale, or above an 80 on a 100-point scale
Identify as being of Hispanic heritage
Currently attend high school in the United States or a U.S. territory
US Citizen, Permanent Legal Resident, DACA, or Eligible Non-Citizen (as defined by FAFSA)
Plan to enroll full-time, in a four-year degree program, at a US accredited, not-for-profit, private or public college or university after high school graduation
Is there a cost to attend YLI?
No, it is FREE to apply and participate (room and dining covered by YLI)
HSF will also cover transportation costs for any student who needs such assistance. Be sure to indicate in your application, if this is the case
How to Apply:
Create a MyHSF Profile as a "Student"
Scroll down and select "YLI Student Application 2020" on your Dashboard
The deadline to apply is Sunday, March 15, 2020, 5:00 PM PT. Space is limited, so don't wait until the last minute.

For more information on YLI, please go to the video link below:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ftbo93lhtzk&feature=youtu.be



Bryant University Global Leadership Summer Academy

June 15 – 19, 2020

The Bryant University Global Leadership Summer Academy (or Program) provides you with five exciting days and nights on Bryant’s beautiful campus. You will participate in interactive sessions with Bryant International Business faculty, get to know Bryant students and alumni, and interact with business leaders at company visits. Bryant faculty, students, and alumni represent many countries. This immersion summer program will provide you with a transformational experience that you will be able to apply to your academic, professional, and personal future.

Applications are due by March 2, 2020.
Space is limited and applications must be received by the due date to receive full consideration. Students must at least be rising juniors or seniors to participate in the academy. The application form is available at https://tinyurl.com/2020BryantHSAcademy.

Program Fee: $1,100 – includes all program sessions and activities, overnight stays in dorms, meals provided by the program, local transportation to company visits, and assigned university student counselors. Limited scholarships are available.

About Bryant’s International Business Program: Bryant University’s International Business Program is world-renowned.
Our program, ranked No. 3 nationally by College Factual and No. 25 by U.S. News & World Report, immerses students in real projects with real companies fostering exceptional international experience.

Our curriculum is globally focused from the first semester. Students study abroad through our unique customized programs in Spain, France, Chile and China that includes an international internship Bryant is one of the few programs in the country that offers functional concentrations in international business. Students can specialize in Accounting, Entrepreneurship, Finance, Global Supply Chain Management, Human Resource Management, Information Systems, Leadership and Innovation, Marketing, or Team and Project Management. Through our unique senior practicum, students consult for a company facing a real-world international business challenge.

Interested? Questions? Please contact Professor Jacqueline Saslawski, International Business Program, Bryant University at jsaslawski@bryant.edu.



CORNERSTONE SUMMER INSTITUTE
The Cornerstone Summer Institute is a week-long summer camp at the University of Virginia where high school students learn about slavery and its legacies by exploring the University, Charlottesville, and area landmarks. Applications are being accepted on a rolling basis until APRIL 1, 2020. Some financial aid is available for students with demonstrated need. To find the application and learn more, go to
http://slavery.virginia.edu/cornerstone-summer-institute/
Cornerstone Summer Institute
June 20-26, 2020
APPLICATIONS DUE APRIL 1, 2020 / cornerstonesummerinst@virginia.edu


Boston University Summer Journalism Institute
For those who are thinking about a career in communications or simply enjoy writing, we have just the thing: the Boston University Summer Journalism Institute.

For the last 11 years, students are taught by award-winning journalists, such as Pulitzer Prize winner Lara Salahi, who show them how to follow facts and get to the heart of stories affecting communities. From protests to town hall meetings to interviewing local and state politicians, our students are covering issues that matter in Boston and around the nation.

This year, high school students also have the option of selecting a photojournalism track, taught by veteran photojournalist, Stephen Haines. He worked as a staff photographer, assignment, and photo editor for The Boston Globe. In this special session, he will help students sharpen their camera skills and teach them the basics of visual storytelling.

No matter what session your student(s) select, they will not only learn practical skills, but they will also get a taste of campus and city life in Boston. Students have the chance to:

Meet with Boston University representatives to discuss the college admissions process. Experience what it's like living in a residence hall and studying in a university environment. Explore Boston museums, historical sites, and neighborhoods during free time.
Two-week sessions begin on June 22, July 6, and July 20.

Do you know students who would be a good fit for the Summer Journalism Institute? Encourage them to learn more by visiting https://combeyond.bu.edu/summerjournalism and apply soon, as spots are limited.

If students are accepted to the program and pay the registration fee by April 30, 2020, they will receive a special discount of $500 off the tuition. Just pass along this discount code to them to use online: BUSUMMER20.



BU's Academy of Media Production
: A collegiate media experience for high school students!

This four-week workshop presents the opportunity to explore the many aspects of media production while developing the skills needed to be a successful storyteller.
AMP students learn the power of good writing and visual storytelling by creating videos, short films, webcasts, multi-camera productions, and more. This on-campus, live-in college program gives students the tools to pursue all facets of media production, while collaborating with like-minded students, making new friends, and having a life-changing summer experience in the heart of Boston.

Learn. Create. Experience. It’s time to AMP UP!
WORKSHOP INFO
DATES
July 6 to July 31, 2020
FOR
Students entering the 10th, 11th, or 12th grade in Fall 2020
TUITION + FEES
Tuition and fees for 2020 total $6,450 — which includes tuition, room, board, and health service

Apply at: https://combeyond.bu.edu/workshop/academy-of-media-production/apply/

buamp@bu.edu
617-353-5015 phone
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617-353-3405 fax



Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day at Sweet Briar College in Amherst, VA.

High school girls interested in engineering and technology (or who want to try it!) are invited to join us for Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day at Sweet Briar College in Amherst, VA.


Sweet Briar’s Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day celebration—a part of National Engineers Week—is a great way for high school girls to learn what engineers do and try out engineering for themselves.
Featuring Hands-on engineering projects with SBC engineering professors and students, a campus tour, dinner at the National Engineers Week Banquet on campus that evening, featuring a talk by Dr. Kevin Kochersberger, associate professor of mechanical engineering at Virginia Tech, about a drone and data academy he opened for students in Malawi with UNICEF in January 2020.
This event is free, but space is limited and advanced registration is required.
Thursday, February 20, 2020
Sweet Briar College
Amherst, VA

Engineering Projects
3:00-5:00 p.m.
Campus Tour
5:00-6:00 p.m.
National Engineers Week Banquet
6:00-8:30 p.m.

How to Sign Up

Cost: This event is free for participants.
Note: While student participants are provided with a ticket to the National Engineers Week Banquet that evening, tickets for family members etc. wishing to join are not included and must be purchased separately.

Registration/Tickets
Advanced registration is required. Register at https://sbc.edu/stem/introduce-a-girl-to-engineering-day/introduce-a-girl-to-engineering-day-registration/
.



The Virginia Latino Higher Education Network’s Hispanic College Institute
(HCI) is a free 4-day, overnight program that gives you the opportunity to learn about the college admissions process while meeting Latinx professionals and engaging with Latinx college students from all over our Commonwealth.


The Hispanic College Institute will be held at the Virginia Tech main campus in Blacksburg, Virginia on July 9 through July 12, 2020.

The program is free to the student and bus transportation is provided.
Application closes: April 6, 2020
We expect notification of acceptance by May 11, 2020

Benefits of attending HCI:
Student engagement with various academic disciplines through hands-on learning and workshops
College life experience of residential living, campus dining, and engagement with Virginia Tech and other universities
Daily workshops on navigating and completing the college application process, applying for scholarships and financial aid
Learn about local resources available to Latinx Virginia high school students
Gain mentorship and community
Requirements to apply:
2.5 GPA or above
Rising junior or senior
Enrolled full-time in a Virginia high school

Students can apply today at: https://vt.edu/admissions/forms/hispanic-college-institute-2020-registration.html?utm_source=flyer&utm_medium=registration&utm_campaign=oua_hci_2020.



Virginia Tech Summer Science Camps

The College of Science is offering several fun and educational camps this summer for rising 6th through 12th graders. Campers will carry out experiments, work with cutting-edge technology, and solve real-life problems. Our talented professors and staff will inspire and prepare campers for a great future in science! Camps include:
Explore Science (an array of topics)
CSI: Blacksburg
Outbreak at Virginia Tech
Geosciences: Using Data & Technology to Understand Earth and Mars
Nanocamp
For more info, go to: https://www.science.vt.edu/get-involved/camps.html

Some scholarships are available.

Best wishes,
Victoria Corbin
Asst. Dean of Outreach and Student Engagement
College of Science
Virginia Tech


The JMU Summer Honors Institute

Rolling Admission is now open. APPLY TODAY!!


The JMU Summer Honors Institute is a unique week-long program where talented rising high school juniors and seniors get a first-hand look at life in a dynamic university and its Honors college.

As a JMU Summer Honors student you can:
Experience the excitement of life at a great university
Take hands-on courses with outstanding faculty
Explore careers and academic majors from the sciences, humanities, arts, business, and social sciences
Learn about how college Honors programs can help you make the most of your college experience
Attend admissions workshops and enhance your college applications
Live in newly built Grace Street Apartments and explore the JMU campus
Go hiking in the mountains, explore downtown, and do other fun activities in the beautiful Shenandoah Valley

Who can attend:
Up to 30 talented high school students who have completed their sophomore or junior year will be accepted to attend following a competitive application process.

Go to https://www.jmu.edu/pce/programs/all/honorscamp/index.shtml for more information and to apply.

Deadline:
Application deadline May 31, 2020.
*Application may be submitted prior to submission of transcript.
For more information on scholarships or additional questions, contact Melissa Heatwole at heatwoml@jmu.edu or call (540) 568-4226.



VT  AGRICULTURAL TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM

I am writing to invite you to Virginia Tech Agricultural Technology Program’s Spring Open House. The event will take place on Saturday, February 22, in Litton-Reaves Hall in Blacksburg, VA, from 10 a.m. until 2:30 p.m. Lunch at one of Virginia Tech’s award-winning dining halls is included. .


Students and their families, educators, guidance professionals, industry partners, alumni, and Extension agents are welcome and encouraged to attend. We would love your help in getting the word out to your students.

The Agricultural Technology program is Virginia Tech's only 2-year associates degree program. This program is the perfect fit for career-minded students that enjoy hands-on learning experiences and have an interest in Applied Agriculture (livestock production, crop production, or agribusiness) or Landscape and Turfgrass Management (golf & sports turf management or landscaping). You can learn more about our program and register for the open house by visiting our website: https://www.cals.vt.edu/academic-programs/agtech.html.

Please don’t hesitate to get in touch if you have any questions.
Stephanie Slocum
agtech@vt.edu
540-231-7649


The James River Association
has announced its Leadership Academy—an exciting year-long challenge where you will develop leadership skills and environmental knowledge that will guide you through higher education and your future career. JRLA provides a skill building and training opportunity for current freshmen, sophomores, and juniors who are passionate about and committed to protecting our environment--especially our James River and the natural world. For more information, please come to the Counseling Office. Hurry! Applications are available now.

Or, if you prefer paddling and camping your way down the James, apply for one of the 6-day James River Expeditions.

For more information and to apply, go to: https://jrava.org/students-of-the-james/james-river-leadership-academy/


Lehigh University Summer Academy

Premiering Summer 2020, we’re pleased to offer Lehigh University Summer Academy, a three-week pre-college residential program for rising 6th-11th grade students. We’re eager to share this information with you since it provides an exciting summer enrichment opportunity for your high school students.

Designed to help students achieve their full potential, Lehigh University Summer Academy offers innovative, thought-provoking and enriching course work, combined with learning that extends beyond the traditional classroom. Service-learning projects, leadership development, field trips and social events will also be an integral part of the program. Participants will build their “tool belt” for success both in school and life. Most importantly, students will make meaningful connections and create friendships that will last a lifetime!

Two three-week sessions are available this summer. Each session is limited to only 80 students to ensure a highly personal enrichment experience. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis and financial assistance is available. Educators and school administrators are invited to nominate students for the program.

To learn more about the program and to nominate students, visit summeracademy.lehigh.edu. If you have questions about the Summer Academy, please feel free to contact Kristin Weinstein, Managing Director, at 610.758.0655 or kweinstein@lehigh.edu


Radford University/Artis College of Science and Technology - SummerBridge
For more than a decade Radford University and the Artis College of Science and Technology have offered the Summer Bridge: Women in STEM program for high school girls. Applications for the 2020 edition are now open!


This week-long residential program focusing on science and technology is scheduled for July 12th - 17th on the campus of Radford University and includes intriguing classroom and research activities, field trips to regional STEM related businesses, a robust co-curricular program and more. Details can be found at www.radford.edu/summerbridge.

We need your help to find our participants! Do you know a rising sophomore, junior, or senior girl who would benefit from such an experience? Someone who already has an interest in STEM or someone who is just now looking at new possibilities. Please pass this opportunity along to your students and encourage them to apply for our 2020 class.


Adelphi Summer Pre College Program

We invite high school sophomores, juniors and seniors to get a head start on college through Adelphi's Summer Pre-College Program. Students will experience Adelphi's personalized approach to learning on our beautiful campus, have fun, and make new friends along the way.


When: Sunday, July 19–Saturday, August 1, 2020
Where: Garden City campus, Long Island, New York

Note: Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis and will continue to be accepted until the program is fully enrolled.

There's a unique experience awaiting every student. They can choose from a variety of Summer Pre-College courses:
Acting and Musical Theater
Art and Technology
Business and Entrepreneurship
Computer Programming and VR
Digital Video and Drone Technology
Gender and Sexuality Studies (noncredit)
Human Rights and Social Movements
Introduction to Nursing
Liberal Arts Learning for Honors Students (noncredit)
Medical Research at Northwell Health (noncredit)
Psychology and Pop Culture
Science, Medicine and Health at NYU Winthrop Hospital (noncredit)
Teaching and Teacher Education
Trauma Management Through Social Work

Visit academics.adelphi.edu/summer or email enrollmentdirector@adelphi.edu for more information.


Summer Pre-College Programs in the Fine Arts
Carnegie Mellon's Pre-College Programs in the fine arts are six-week residential experiences that provide high school students with the opportunity to develop their skills in a conservatory or studio setting. For years, Carnegie Mellon has been recognized for the quality of education that is provided within our College of Fine Arts. Through the Pre-College program, high school students have access to this instruction and mentorship from full-time faculty members.

Our summer Pre-College program options in the fine arts include the following:
Architecture, provides students architectural experience within the studio, supported by integrated coursework in analog drawing, digital media, seminars and workshops.
Art, where students will hone their craft through challenging courses, critique, workshops, and portfolio development.
Design, for students who would like to receive a foundation of Design skills through studio learning, lectures, and critiques.
Drama, for students who would like to build their audition repertoire and portfolio with acclaimed faculty.
Music, where students participate in a conservatory-style curriculum and experience life within a research university.

Students may apply for the program at https://apply-precollege.studentaffairs.cmu.edu/apply/.



Edge summer college program is a five-week, credit-bearing college experience held July 12 - Aug. 15, 2020. Edge is designed for high school students moving into their junior and senior years.

Students in Edge will have the opportunity to attend college courses taught by University of Delaware faculty, participate in on- and off-campus curricular and co-curricular activities, and live in a UD residence hall.

Previous Edge students have described their experience in glowing terms:

“I had such a wonderful time in and out of the classroom and I learned so much about college and college life and even more about myself. I met people from all walks of life and I had such a unique and special experience that I will hold with me for the rest of my life.” — rising H.S. senior

“The five weeks I spent completing the Edge program were definitely ones I will never forget. Among learning how to be on my own, I learned time management and life skills.” — rising H.S. senior

More information about this program, and the link to apply, can be found at www.udel.edu/edge.


MIT Office of Engineering Outreach Programs (OEOP)

The application for two of MIT's FREE programs for high school juniors (MITES and MOSTEC) is now open at summerapp.mit.edu!

Our mission at the MIT Office of Engineering Outreach Programs (OEOP) is to diversify the science and engineering community. Please help us spread the word about our programs to
empower more high school rising seniors who are interested in STEM with the skills and confidence needed to pursue careers in technical fields. We invite you to forward this email to your professional networks, and to your personal mailing lists.

The deadline for students to apply is February 1, 2020 at 11:59 pm (EST).

Your students can refer to the content below to learn more about our free programs, the eligibility requirements, and about our application. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us. We look forward to welcoming a new class of OEOP students this summer!



Black College Institute at Virginia Tech -
Virginia Tech invites talented, high-achieving and intellectually curious rising high school juniors and rising seniors to apply to participate in a summer, residential, academic leadership program at the Virginia Tech main campus in Blacksburg, Virginia. 
Black College Institute (for rising seniors) will offer five-day sessions twice during the summer of 2020: June 14 -June 19 and June 21- June 26.

Black College Institute (for rising juniors) will offer a three-day session for the summer of 2019: June 28 - July 1.

All programs are FREE of cost to students!
*Students must arrange their own transportation to and from the Virginia Tech, Blacksburg campus.*

Apply today: admit.vt.edu/register/BCIapp2020
Application closes: April 1, 2020
Notification of acceptance: April 25, 2020
Confirm attendance: May 10, 2020
Unofficial Transcripts due: May 20, 2020

Benefits of attending BCI: Student engagement with various academic disciplines through hands-on learning and workshops within the context of the African-American cultural experience. College life experiences of residential living, campus dining, collaborative projects in university classrooms and engagement with Virginia Tech’s faculty, staff, and students. Daily workshops on (1) navigating and completing the college application process and (2) applying for scholarships and financial aid.
Students embrace the Virginia Tech motto, Ut Prosim (That I May Serve) by completing a service learning project with university and local partnerships.

Explore Virginia Tech departments and organizations to build lasting connections and learn about local resources available to them.
Learn about local resources available to them.
Engage in fun team building activities in our cultural, recreational, and student centers.

Virginia Tech Partners Participating: College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, College of Architecture and Urban Studies, Pamplin College of Business, College of Engineering, College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences, College of Natural Resources and Environment, College of Science, Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine and other campus departments and local organizations.


Wilson College of Textiles Summer Textile Exploration Program (STEP)

We hope that you are as excited as we are! The application for the Wilson College of Textiles Summer Textile Exploration Program (STEP) is now open for high school juniors going into their senior year.

The College of Textiles holds five one-week sessions of STEP each summer. Participants live on-campus, learn about our degree programs, the admissions process, scholarship opportunities and work on a project related to one of our majors. The program cost is $350 for each participant; limited financial aid is available. STEP is offered during the following weeks:

Week 1: June 14 - 19
Week 2: June 21 - 26
Week 3: July 5 - 10
Week 4: July 12 - 17
Week 5 - July 19 - 24

Each student has the opportunity to rank their level of interest in the subject areas listed below, and will complete a project pertaining to that subject.
Apparel Design, Textile Engineering, Business Management, Textile Design and Polymer Chemistry

To learn more about STEP please visit our website: https://textiles.ncsu.edu/step/. If you have questions, please contact Jaquan Scott - textiles-recruitment@ncsu.edu. Applications due April 1, 2020.

The Wilson College also offers a two-day workshop, Polymer Camp, for high school juniors interested in physical sciences, engineering and attending NC State. This is a great opportunity to learn more about our Polymer Color Chemistry, Textile Engineering and Textile Technology degree programs. The application opens March 1, 2020 and closes May 31, 2020.


Stanford Pre-Collegiate Studies summer program!
We offer programs across a wide variety of disciplines—including arts, business, humanities, math, science, and more—allowing highly motivated students to investigate advanced topics not typically taught in secondary schools. Participants engage in small classes with brilliant instructors and peers who share their passions.
Deadlines for most of our summer programs are in February, with some early round deadlines in January. Admission is selective. Limited financial aid is available.
Stanford Summer Humanities Institute brings students in grades 10 and 11 together to explore the big questions at the heart of the humanities. Seminars are led by distinguished Stanford professors during this three-week residential program.

Stanford Pre-Collegiate Summer Institutes allows students currently in grades 8–11 to apply to a single-subject intensive course selected from a wide range of disciplines, and benefit from small class size and academically themed residences.


Stanford AI4ALL invites students in 9th grade to apply to this three-week residential summer program. Participants learn about topics in AI, partake in ongoing research at Stanford, and receive mentorship from professors, graduate students, and industry professionals. Young women and students from underrepresented and/or low-income backgrounds are particularly encouraged to apply.

Stanford University Mathematics Camp (SUMaC) students participate in a highly-selective program centered around lectures, guided research, and group problem-solving in advanced math topics. This four-week program is intended for an elite group of talented students in grades 10 and 11.

Stanford Pre-Collegiate University-Level Online Math and Physics offers 13 courses throughout the year, including a summer term for high school students, grades 9–12. Students earn Stanford University Continuing Studies credit.  For more information, go to 
https://spcs.stanford.edu/programs.


Landmark College
offers summer programs to assist a wide range of students with learning differences, including middle school students, high school students, graduating high school seniors, and students enrolled at colleges around the country. There is also an online option for rising high school juniors and seniors.


All of the programs are designed to enable students to identify their learning strengths and differences. Students learn specific strategies to be successful in formal academic settings and grow personally and academically in an intentional and supportive academic community.

Whether located on our Putney, Vermont campus or at one of our partnering colleges in California and Colorado, the instructors consist of current Landmark College faculty as well as teachers from the surrounding areas who are experienced in working with students who learn differently. For more information, go to landmark.edu/summer
.


Summer Pre-College Programs at Carnegie Mellon

For over 100 years, Carnegie Mellon has offered students unique and hands-on educational programs from the fine arts to technology and everything in between. Through the Carnegie Mellon Pre-College Program, rising juniors and seniors in high school have the opportunity to experience this world-class education.

Mirroring the undergraduate experience, our Pre-College program gives students the opportunity to explore their interests while receiving instruction from acclaimed Carnegie Mellon faculty and staff. Students will also participate in a robust outside of the classroom experience.

Our summer Pre-College program options include the following:
Summer Session, students take two full-length Carnegie Mellon courses in a variety of disciplines, ranging from Computer Science, History to Music Technology.

Summer Academy for Math and Science, provides students from underrepresented communities the opportunity to achieve skills to pursue and complete majors in STEM fields.

National High School Game Academy, for students who want to learn about modern video game development through a unique blend of left- and right-brain college-level work.

Computational Biology, a three-week program for students looking to learn more about the intersection of the two disciplines.

Unique programs in the Fine Arts - Architecture, Art, Design, Drama or Music – in which the students experience developing their skills in a conservatory or studio setting.

Writing & Culture is our new program this year. Guided by the mentorship and instruction of our highly distinguished, permanent faculty members, students will improve their ability to analyze complex, ever-changing problems through astute investigations of culture and society.

Students may apply for the program at: https://apply-precollege.studentaffairs.cmu.edu/apply/.



Oxbridge Academic Programs
has been welcoming intellectually adventurous students to summer study programs since 1984. Professor James Basker designed these programs for students in grades 7-12 with the goal of giving them the opportunity to live and study in historic centers of learning. Today we offer programs in England, France, Spain, and the United States. Students choose two subjects in which to immerse themselves - a major and a minor - from a range of over 200 courses. Popular options include Medicine, Law, Business, and Psychology. For more information on these programs, come to the Counseling Office or download a copy of the 2020 Study Guide at 
www.oxbridgeprograms.com/Download-Brochure.


Duke University Summer Session 2020 - Applications are NOW open! Click on one of the links below to apply to your program of interest TODAY:
Summer College for High School Students – US Students
Summer College for High School Students – International Students
Summer Academy for High School Students
Accelerated STEM Academy
Applications are reviewed as they are received, so don’t wait! Get into your top choice by applying NOW! You can apply for multiple programs with one application. See you at Duke this summer! Nicki Charles, Ed.D.
Duke University, Director of Summer College and Summer Academy for High School Students
summercollege@duke.edu


FUEL YOUR SUMMER!
We offer personalized adventures for students seeking a summer experience like no other. Our extensive range of programs encourages independence and friendship, striking the perfect balance between learning, exploration, and fun. We’re proud of our reputation for providing a high level of attention and care, for being pioneers in our field, and for finding exciting new ways to make each student’s summer unforgettable. Check it all out at summerfuel.com.


Summer 2020 Study Abroad
Join other students from Jefferson Forest and high schools around the country on the experience of a lifetime by taking a Summer 2020 Study Abroad with CIEE, a global non-profit educational organization that has been around for over 70 years.

The three- and four-week summer programs improve students’ language proficiency, increase their confidence, independence, and leadership skills, offer them the opportunity to explore a passion, and increase their 21st Century Skills.
All students in grades 9-12 can…
• Dive into a new culture and see their language skills increase, up to one year’s growth in just four weeks, in the choice of seven languages, and earn four college credits by participating in one of our Language & Culture programs offered in one of twenty locations.
• Join forces with a local non-profit and community leaders to work on issues such a children’s rights, public health, or the environment and earn 50 hours of service learning by participating in one of our ten Service & Leadership programs offered in locations across the globe.
• Up their game in a topic they are passionate about through field work, workshops, and interactions with local experts by participating in one of our 22 Global Discovery programs offered in one of sixteen countries.
Please visit our website https://www.ciee.org/go-abroad/high-school-study-abroad/summer or check out the attached flyer for more information.
We offer two types of scholarships: financial and merit based. If you are interested in earning one of our scholarships the priority deadline is December 6th so apply now!
My email is jcox@ciee.org and my phone number is 207-553-5215 if you have any questions.  


BANSON NYC FASHION SUMMER CAMP!
We offer two NYC Fashion Summer Camps for high school students. They are designed for teens entering 9th through 12th grades. Each week-long session will teach the students the fundamentals of the fashion industry by providing an insider's perspective. The students will stay at the LIM College Residence Hall on the Upper Eastside. Each morning the group will be picked up at the dorm by a Banson NYC representative. From there we will depart for our industry visits, seminars and activities of the day. Each evening will have group activities planned. Enrollment is limited to 20 campers per session. We accept applications on a first come, first served basis.

The cost is $1975.00 per student or $1785.00 per student if they register with a friend.

Session A: June 21, 2020 - June 27, 2020
Session B: July 12, 2020 - July 18, 2020

For More Information: Contact Banson NYC at (917) 328-1469 or simply go on our website and fill in the Summer Camp Application so that we can email you a full packet of information.

Click here for a Bulletin Board Flyer (lists what is included in tuition)
Click here to be directed to the Banson NYC website: https://www.bansonnyc.com/  







 

The application for two of MIT's FREE programs for high school juniors (MITES and MOSTEC) is now open at summerapp.mit.edu!

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For more than a decade Radford University and the Artis College of Science and Technology have offered the Summer Bridge: Women in STEM program for high school girls. Applications for the 2020 edition are now open!


This week-long residential program focusing on science and technology is scheduled for July 12th - 17th on the campus of Radford University and includes intriguing classroom and research activities, field trips to regional STEM related businesses, a robust co-curricular program and more. Details can be found at www.radford.edu/summerbridge.


We need your help to find our participants! Do you know a rising sophomore, junior, or senior girl who would benefit from such an experience? Someone who already has an interest in STEM or someone who is just now looking at new possibilities. Please pass this opportunity along to your students and encourage them to apply for our 2020 class.
For more than a decade Radford University and the Artis College of Science and Technology have offered the Summer Bridge: Women in STEM program for high school girls. Applications for the 2020 edition are now open!


This week-long residential program focusing on science and technology is scheduled for July 12th - 17th on the campus of Radford University and includes intriguing classroom and research activities, field trips to regional STEM related businesses, a robust co-curricular program and more. Details can be found at www.radford.edu/summerbridge.


We need your help to find our participants! Do you know a rising sophomore, junior, or senior girl who would benefit from such an experience? Someone who already has an interest in STEM or someone who is just now looking at new possibilities. Please pass this opportunity along to your students and encourage them to apply for our 2020 class.
For more than a decade Radford University and the Artis College of Science and Technology have offered the Summer Bridge: Women in STEM program for high school girls. Applications for the 2020 edition are now open!


This week-long residential program focusing on science and technology is scheduled for July 12th - 17th on the campus of Radford University and includes intriguing classroom and research activities, field trips to regional STEM related businesses, a robust co-curricular program and more. Details can be found at www.radford.edu/summerbridge.


We need your help to find our participants! Do you know a rising sophomore, junior, or senior girl who would benefit from such an experience? Someone who already has an interest in STEM or someone who is just now looking at new possibilities. Please pass this opportunity along to your students and encourage them to apply for our 2020 class.
Hello from The Center for Legal & Court Technology (CLCT) at William & Mary Law School!

Once again, we are offering law-related summer courses for High School students. Students may join us for one, two, or three courses. Registration is now open on our website at https://www.legaltechcenter.net/courses-and-training/legal-education-for-high-school-students/.

This unique program consists of interactive and dynamic modules designed to stimulate students' conceptual learning and problem-solving skills. The courses are:

Introduction to Law & the U.S. Legal System (June 15-18, 2020)
Introduction to Artificial Intelligence (June 22-24, 2020)
Introduction to Negotiations (June 24-26, 2020)

The courses are taught by Professors Fred Lederer and Iria Giuffrida, members of the faculty at William & Mary Law School and respectively CLCT's Director and Deputy Director. All classes are held at the William & Mary Law School in Williamsburg, VA, which offers an exceptional opportunity for high school students to experience life in a law school that is home to the most technologically advanced courtroom in the nation
Hello from The Center for Legal & Court Technology (CLCT) at William & Mary Law School!

Once again, we are offering law-related summer courses for High School students. Students may join us for one, two, or three courses. Registration is now open on our website at https://www.legaltechcenter.net/courses-and-training/legal-education-for-high-school-students/.

This unique program consists of interactive and dynamic modules designed to stimulate students' conceptual learning and problem-solving skills. The courses are:

Introduction to Law & the U.S. Legal System (June 15-18, 2020)
Introduction to Artificial Intelligence (June 22-24, 2020)
Introduction to Negotiations (June 24-26, 2020)

The courses are taught by Professors Fred Lederer and Iria Giuffrida, members of the faculty at William & Mary Law School and respectively CLCT's Director and Deputy Director. All classes are held at the William & Mary Law School in Williamsburg, VA, which offers an exceptional opportunity for high school students to experience life in a law school that is home to the most technologically advanced courtroom in the nation
Hello from The Center for Legal & Court Technology (CLCT) at William & Mary Law School!

Once again, we are offering law-related summer courses for High School students. Students may join us for one, two, or three courses. Registration is now open on our website at https://www.legaltechcenter.net/courses-and-training/legal-education-for-high-school-students/.

This unique program consists of interactive and dynamic modules designed to stimulate students' conceptual learning and problem-solving skills. The courses are:

Introduction to Law & the U.S. Legal System (June 15-18, 2020)
Introduction to Artificial Intelligence (June 22-24, 2020)
Introduction to Negotiations (June 24-26, 2020)

The courses are taught by Professors Fred Lederer and Iria Giuffrida, members of the faculty at William & Mary Law School and respectively CLCT's Director and Deputy Director. All classes are held at the William & Mary Law School in Williamsburg, VA, which offers an exceptional opportunity for high school students to experience life in a law school that is home to the most technologically advanced courtroom in the nation
QUESTBRIDGE COLLEGE PREP SCHOLARS PROGRAM
Find out if you’re eligible and apply for free at: www.questbridge.org

DEADLINE: MARCH 24, 2020

Awards may include:

Scholarships and awards for outstanding high school juniors
from low-income backgrounds

Full scholarships to summer programs at Yale, Stanford, Notre Dame, and more,
valued at up to $20,000

$1,000 for a new laptop, campus visits, or standardized test score fees

College admissions conferences at Stanford, Emory, and UChicago

Feedback on college essays

And more!
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