Summer Opportunities

 

 

 

 

 

 

2020 Summer Work Available – May 23 – July 26

Like the outdoors? Like working with youth? We have just the place for you this summer… Come join our Scout Camp staff!

Contact : Ted Vinson  404-473-8015 Cell;
Scout Camp, 31 Woodruff Drive, Blairsville, Georgia 30512


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 todayadmit.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.

For more information about the Black College Institute, visit vt.edu/admissions/black-college-institute or email bci@vt.edu.

Click here to download a flyer for the experience.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Summer opportunities for high school students
At UD we have many programs for high school students at various levels, with various interests. Some give students experience working in a particular field, others allow them to earn college credit, while a few cover SAT/ACT prep. In our Edge summer college program, students can earn credits taking college classes while staying on campus for a few weeks over the summer.

You can find our full list of pre-college programs here.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

How many students get the chance to build an architectural portfolio, create a business plan, meet executives from collegiate and professional sport administrations, all while earning six college credits? At UM, students explore their academic passion and consider their future career opportunities when they attend the University of Miami’s Summer Scholars program. High-achieving high school sophomores and juniors can gain an authentic college experience and earn six college credits in a variety of academic areas.

For students looking to gain hands-on experience in a more condensed format, we also offer our incredible two-week, non-credit academy program for an intense experiential learning environment.

2020 program dates:

Three-week Summer Scholars Program (credit): For high school freshmen, sophomores, and juniors. The program runs July 4–17, 2020

Two-week UM Academies (non-credit): For high school freshmen, sophomores, and juniors. The program runs July 4–17, 2020

Priority Application Deadline is approaching: February 1, 2020. Students are encouraged to apply early for the best chance at admission in their first-choice program. Applications are processed on a rolling basis once complete.

Limited Scholarship Opportunities are available for students who qualify. To be considered, eligible applicants must complete both the Summer Scholars application and the scholarship application and submit supporting documents by the March 1 deadline. Students who meet the requirements for our need-based scholarship may also qualify for application fee reduction waivers.

Curious about the experience? Check out this blog from our 2019 participant, Madison Z., or click on the below link for a program recap video produced by participant Analise M.

Use the waiver code “GUIDANCE” for to receive $25 off the application fee.* Students are encouraged to apply early in order to reserve space in their preferred program.

To contact an enrollment advisor or to request more information call us at 305-284-4000.

Waiver code expires April 25, 2020. Your application must be submitted before 11:59 p.m. EST on April 25. With waiver code, application fee is reduced to $50. Please note refunds/discounts cannot be issued once the application has been submitted.


 

 

 

 

 

We are now accepting applications for all Summer 2020 programs!

Deadlines for most of our summer programs are in February, with some early round deadlines at the end of January. Admission is selective, and some financial aid is available.

  • 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 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 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.

Again, we hope that you will share these opportunities with your students and encourage them to apply to join us on the Stanford campus this summer.


 

 

 

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.  



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