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Summer Programs

Yale Young Scholars - Deadline: January 15, 2020

Yale Young Global Scholars (YYGS) is an academic summer enrichment program for outstanding high school students from around the world. Each summer, students from over 125 countries participate in one of five interdisciplinary, 2-week sessions at Yale’s historic campus. Immerse yourself in a global learning community at Yale this summer.  Apply early to receive a discount on your application fee. If the fee poses a financial burden, you can submit a fee waiver to reduce your application fee to $0 USD. For more information visit our Application Deadlines page.  https://globalscholars.yale.edu/

 

UGA's VetCAMP 2020 - Deadline: January 24, 2020

We’re now accepting applications to our VetCAMP 2020, which is scheduled for June 7-13, 2020. This program is offered to rising high school juniors and seniors and rising college freshmen to evaluate their skills and competitiveness as future veterinarians, provide mentorship and help them experience veterinary medicine as an exciting career path. It’s a great experience and the students have a lot of fun while also learning about the profession.

 

The application for VetCAMP 2020 is available now on our website. All application materials must be received by Friday, January 24, 2020. Please share this information with any qualified students who may be interested in veterinary medicine.

 

The cost of attending the program is $900 and covers lodging, meals, instruction and social activities. Financial assistance is available to participants with demonstrated need. Students who are accepted into VetCAMP may request a financial assistance application by emailing us at vetcamp@uga.edu. They may also reach out to that email address with any general questions that they have regarding the program.

 

Young Scholars Program (YSP) at UGA - Deadline: January 31, 2020

The Young Scholars Program (YSP) is a premier six-week internship program for Georgia’s high school juniors and seniors interested in exploring Science, Technology, and Math through research in agricultural, food and environmental sciences. The 2020 YSP summer internship program will be held June 1 to July 10, 2020 on the University of Georgia’s (UGA) Athens, Griffin and Tifton campuses. This program is delivered through the Office of Diversity Affairs in the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences. 

 

The Young Scholars Program has three goals: (1) expose Georgia’s high school students to research and careers in agricultural sciences (2) recruit students to UGA’s College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences; and (3) increase exposure and cultivate interests in agricultural sciences among students from underrepresented minority populations. We welcome all students to apply. 

 

Application requirements are as follows:
•    Complete and submit the online application by January 31, 2020
•    Two letters of recommendation from science or math teachers by January 31, 2020
•    One official school transcript by January 31, 2020

 

Teacher and counselor support is vital to the success of the program through the continued identification of talented applicants each year. Please review the YSP Postcard to share with your students. Please encourage students to confirm recommenders in advance of completing and submitting the application.  

 

Thank you for your support of the Young Scholars Program. Please contact Dr. Victoria David, Director of Diversity Affairs, via vdavid@uga.edu or by phone at 706-542-8826 to answer any questions.

Summer Scholars Research Program (SSRP)/Winship Cancer Institute of Emory University - Deadline: Feb. 3, 2020

The Summer Scholars Research Program (SSRP) is a competitive non-paid internship for rising or graduating high school seniors hosted by Winship Cancer Institute of Emory University. SSRP is a research immersion experience that pairs high school students with Atlanta’s top cancer researchers enabling them to get a real-world look at the field of oncology.  

SSRP allows high school students to experience the interdisciplinary nature of cancer research through academic lectures and practicum experience. Accepted students work one-on-one with a clinical researcher or basic scientist at Winship, who mentors them through a research project during the six-week program.

 

Students also attend weekly lectures from Emory University faculty and take field trips to places like the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention David J. Sencer Museum and the Emory Proton Therapy Center.

 

Students will present their project at a Final Symposium held on the last day of the program to an audience of their peers, teachers, and Emory University faculty.

 

How-To Apply:

 

  • The 2020 program runs from June 3 – July 10.

  • There is a mandatory orientation on June 2 from 9:00AM – 1:00PM.

  • The application is available on the SSRP Website and is due on February 3.

  • Note: Students must be 17 years old by June 1 to be eligible for the program.

 

U of Pittsburgh Health Career Scholars Academy & Iaccocca Entrepreneurship - Feb. 19 deadline

The Iacocca Global Entrepreneurship Intensives (IGEI) at Lehigh university and the University of Pittsburgh Health Career Scholars Academy, former Governor's School programs, are accepting applications for the 2020 summer programs.  Current high school sophomores and juniors are encourage to apply. The Iacocca Global Entrepreneurship Intensives (IGEI) bring the Iacocca Institute's global reach and its interactive model of teaching leadership and entrepreneurship skills to high school students (ages 16-17) from around the world.  The Iacocca Institute offers two programs for high school students—one on the campus of Lehigh University, a top-ranked research university located in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, and one in San Francisco and Silicon Valley, one of the most important centers of entrepreneurship in the United States and the world.

Engineering Summer Academy at Penn - Final Deadline March 27, 2020

The Engineering Summer Academy at Penn (ESAP) welcomes highly motivated and talented students to explore Engineering at the college level.  The Academy’s intensive, three-week programs combine sophisticated theory with hands-on practical experience in cutting edge technologies. Work with leading faculty while earning college credit, live on Penn’s historic campus, and connect with new friends from around the world.

California College of the Arts Summer Program - Enrollment is ongoing but the scholarship deadline is 3/30/2020

At CCA’s Pre-College Program, you’ll join a diverse group of creative thinkers and makers that have one thing in common: the pursuit of purposeful work. Our setting is CCA’s lush Oakland campus, where studio-focused, college-level courses help you push beyond concepts to portfolio-ready pieces. Our backdrop is the San Francisco Bay Area, home to powerhouse brands, remarkable tech companies, and world-class museums—all easily reachable by BART train or rideshare. If you’ve ever wondered what it’s like to be in art school, this is your time to grow as an individual and take your artwork to the next level.  Summer 2020 Program Dates: June 22 - July 17

https://portal.cca.edu/learning/special-programs/pre-college-program/?utm_source=vanity&utm_campaign=spe&utm_content=precollege

Northeastern Pre-College Program

We are excited to share that Northeastern’s Accelerate: Pre-College Programs application is open for summer 2020. The Accelerate programs feature our exceptional faculty delivering courses that combine innovative content, experiential learning, and a world-class environment—giving talented high school students a true Northeastern experience. 

While you are discussing options for next year with your students, we encourage you to share the following links for them to review over the holiday break:

If you have any questions, please feel free to email us at precollegeprograms@northeastern.edu or call 617.373.2200.

Summer at Smith - Mar 1 (Early Decision) and June 1 (Final Deadline)

Designed by Smith’s professors and staff, our programs give you an inspiring learning experience and you can request a recommendation from Smith faculty to use in your college applications. We intentionally do not offer or give grades in our classes. Students report that they can fully dive into learning without the pressure of grades and competition with peers. You will be able to explore what interests you in a risk-free environment. Inside the classroom, a hands-on, collaborative learning environment lets you directly engage with world-class scholars who help you pursue your passions and develop new skills. Outside the classroom, enjoy Smith’s beautiful setting, live in a house on campus, make new friends, talk to current college students and engage in after class activities and outings.

Accepting young women entering grades 9, 10, 11, 12 in fall 2020

Cornell University Summer College - Apply by May, 2020

Choose a two-, three-, or six-week program, where you'll earn transferable credits from Cornell University in subjects such as architecture, business, engineering, human rights, science, and veterinary medicine. Courses are taught by Cornell faculty, giving you an unrivaled learning experience with some of the university's best professors. https://sce.cornell.edu/precollege/summer-college

Auburn Summer Camps

Auburn Youth Programs is an extension of University Outreach that sponsors and executes over 100 summer programs designed to educate and inspire youth in a variety of academic, athletic, and extracurricular endeavors. Participants have the opportunity to further their education and develop skills while making new friends and experiencing life at Auburn University!  http://www.auburn.edu/outreach/opce/auburnyouthprograms/aypteam.htm