RIT's College and Career program is an opportunity for students who will be seniors in the fall of 2018 to explore academic and career options with RIT students and faculty using their state of the art facilities and technology. This two day program allows students to attend up to four academic workshops from a variety of majors, including biomedical sciences, engineering, game design and development, graphic design, marketing, packaging science, photography, and many more. There are over 70 academic sessions from which to choose. The weekend also includes optional social and informational programs for parents and guardians. Call 585-475-6631 for more information or visit www.admissions.rit.edu/careers/
The IUS Summer Arts Institute offers a variety of programs for students of all ages in the areas of music and theatre. Included are programs that offer Private Music Lessons in strings, woodwinds, brass, percussion, keyboard, and voice; Private coaching for the Actor; Recording Music at Home, and a Summer String Clinic. For more information, visit www.ius.edu/ai
The Butler University Summer Woodwind Camp is a great opportunity to work with Butler faculty and students. The focus is on personal growth as musicians and development of performance techniques on your instrument. The camp features daily private lessons and group instruction with Butler University faculty and students. Students also participate in chamber groups. The camp is for students who play the flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and saxophone. For registration information, visit www.butler.edu/bcas or contact the Butler Community Arts School at 317-940-5500.
Youth Nations is a week long interactive, global leadership experience where high school students experience college life and explore current global issues while competing to earn scholarships to attend the University of Toledo. The week focuses on students learning from U/Toledo's skilled faculty about issues facing the world. Participants work on a team with fellow students to develop and present a plan to change the world. Highlights of the program include excellent speakers who are experts in their fields, networking opportunities with college deans, faculty, and like minded students, public speaking workshops, peer activities such as a pool party, bonfire, and scavenger hunt. Students may learn more about the program and register by clicking here: www.utoledo.edu/honors/youthnations
Offered in July at their campus in Los Angeles California, Summer of Art is designed to provide students with a comprehensive art immersion experience. Drawing Studio Courses help develop and strengthen eye hand coordination and drawing skills. Specialization Courses deepen skills and confidence in specific areas of artistic student, including architecture/landscape/interiors; character development and design; digital media 2D animation; digital media 3D animation; fashion design; graphic design; illustration; painting; photography; printmaking and urban art; and product and toy design. For questions, a Summer of Art program representative is available at 310-665-6864. You may register online and read more about the program by clicking here: www.otis.edu/soa/register
Over the past six years, Experience America has worked hard to create great academic summer programs in the United States - Project Fashion at USC in Los Angeles and Game Experience at UW in Seattle. They also offer up to $1500 in financial aid to qualified students. If you are interested in either technology or fashion, their financial aid application is fast and easy - it takes only five minutes to complete. For more information on funding options and their summer programs, visit www.experienceamerica.com
Morehead State University's Craft Academy is excited to bring 4 camps to their campus this summer. Are you interested in engineering, space science, the medical field, documentary making, or drone building? If so, then they definitely have a camp experience built for you! You can find more information on their website at www.moreheadstate.edu/craft-academy under Summer Program and Camps. Application deadlines have been set for April 30, 2018.
This program offers two different summer experiences for students interested in business and entrepreneurship: Catapult Incubator is a six week program that provides the opportunity for student led teams to develop a venture while working with experienced advisors and facilitators; Startup Bootcamp is a 10 day intensive program that offers students the tools to get started one a venture and to develop an entrepreneurial mindset. For more information, click here: entrepreneurship_camp_opportunity_-_q-zero.pdf
UChicago's Summer Session includes courses in the following areas - "A Brief History of Doom: Ragnorak & Other Apocalypses," "American Law and Litigation," "The Workings of the Human Brain: From Brain to Behavior." They also offer college pathways programs with three-week immersion courses in Economics, Neuroscience, Molecular Engineering, Human Rights, and Model United Nations featuring guest lectures by UChicago faculty members who specialize in the field. Stones and Bones allows students to work with Dr. Lance Grande from the Field Museum, studying paleontology while excavating fossils at a site with a 52 million year old community of extinct organisms. Arts and Science Summer in Chicago draws upon the tenets of a liberal arts education, offering a pre-college program that cultivates critical thinking, innovative problem-solving, and effective communication skills. More information can be found at summer.uchicago.edu
The Edge Summer College is a five-week, credit bearing summer college experience held July 8 - August 10, 2018 for high school students moving into their junior and senior years. Students have the opportunity to get an authentic college experience by attending college courses taught by University of Delaware faculty, participating in on and off campus curricular and co-curricular activities, and living in a state of the art residence hall. For more information about this program, and the link to apply, click here:
Located in the state of New York within the Hudson River Valley in the town of Poughkeepsie, Marist College is a private coeducational liberal arts college. This program is offered to rising high school juniors and seniors, includes 16 different courses offered on their New York campus, includes both 2 and 4 week options, and allows students to earn 3 to 6 transferable college credits. Students can get a head start on college and benefit from experiencing residential life on a college campus, meet like minded students from around the world, and work in a small classroom environment led by Marist faculty. For more information, including a list of programs, visit: www.marist.edu/precollege
This camp is for current sophomores and juniors. For additional information and the application form, click here: www.sciencecamp.eku.edu
Healthwise is a four week summer academic enrichment program to promote health careers awareness for students entering the 6th through 11 grades in the fall of 2018. Students must be an underrepresented minority or financially disadvantaged and have an interest in pursuing a health career. Priority is given to students who reside within West Louisville boundaries. The program offers math and science enrichment/skills enhancement, communication and skills enhancement, problem solving and analytical reasoning, self esteem/self-awareness workshops, health careers presentations by health professionals, health sciences demonstrations by representatives from the University of Louisville School of Medicine and Dentistry, field trips to colleges/universities and/or health related facilities, and follow-up contact throughout middle and high school. Healthwise is scheduled for June 4- June 27, 2018. The application deadline is April 11, 2018 and is attached. For further information, contact the Northwest AHEC at 778-1607. Applications can be accessed by clicking here: ahec_junior_scholars_program.pdf
Career Explorations in Architecture at Tulane University offers high school students a short, intensive, and engaging introduction to the field of architecture. Students spend three weeks in New Orleans exploring the ideas, methods, and issues of architecture through lectures, design studio, digital workshops, and field trips with Tulane professors and local architects. The program is designed to expose students interested in art and design to the unique blend of visual orientation, creative process, and academic investigation that forms an architectural education. The program runs from July 8-28, 2018. Learn more at architecture.tulane.edu/career-explorations or reach out to Maggie Williams at email@example.com with any questions.
The Georgetown College PAEMS Program is a 13 day residential program that provides academically motivated sophomore, junior, and senior high school students with educational opportunities that are not normally available in secondary schools. Held on their beautiful campus in Georgetown, KY, PAEMS is designed primarily for students with an exceptional interest in mathematics and the natural sciences. For more information and to apply, click here: www.georgetowncollege.edu/paems
EKU offers summer programs for improving reading skills and speed reading at the Louisville Adventist Academy located at 2988 Newburg Road from June 4 - July 2, 2018. Classes are taught by instructors from the Institute for Reading Development. Classes meet once a week and tuition varies by program grade. They do offer a family discount rate. For more information, call 1-800-978-9596
New York University offers a variety of Summer Pre-College Programs through their Pre-College, their School of Professional Studies High School Academy, the Steinhardt High School Summer Arts Intensive, Steinhardt's Music and Performing Arts Professions Summer Programs, the Tisch Summer High School Program, their Urban Journalism Workshop, their Applied Research Innovations in Science and Engineering, Computer Science for Cyber Security, Girls' Technology Entry Program, Building Excellence in Science and Technology Program, Summer Math for Young Scholars, Tandon k12 STEM Education Program, and others. To learn more and apply, click here: www.nyu.edu/highschool
The U of L Speed School of Engineering offers a summer STEM camp for students of all ages. The camp is usually one week in duration and meets from 8:00 AM - 2:00 PM and includes such fields as App Development, Coding and Programming, Drones, LEGO EV-3 Robotics, 3-D Printing, and the Brown Foreman INSPIRE Program. To Register, click here: uofl.campwizard.net/ To learn more, contact the camp director, Jessica Newsom, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Spark your intellectual curiosity and learn new skills in this intensive summer course in computer science fundamentals, software engineering principles, and mobile development for iOS and Android devices. The curriculum includes programming concepts such variables, conditional logic, control flow, and functions. Thereafter, students will learn about object oriented programming, systems design, software development life cycle, mobile frameworks, UI/UX design, and how to deploy applications to the App Store or Play Store. Students will exit the program with a fundamental digital portfolio giving them a head start in college level computer science programs and a competitive edge over other applicants to universities or entry level IT jobs. Apply today at www.interaptskills.com or call 502-771-5671 for more information.
The Kentucky Health Training Institute offers a 75 hour Medicaid State Approved Nurse Aide training program. The school is licensed by the Kentucky State Board for Proprietary Education. Training nurses aids since 1989, instructors are nurses with many years of teaching and nursing experience. Classes start frequently and are in session throughout the year. The course lasts 2 weeks with classes being held on Monday through Friday. Centrally located off the Watterson Expressway and on a TACR route, the facility is a fully equipped lab for students to practice with instructor supervision and students are not asked to purchase any additional equipment beyond the tuition, insurance, and textbook fees. For an appointment to enroll call 502-458-4570 ext. 137 or visit them at www.healthcareky.com
Open to rising high school juniors, seniors, and first year college students, this two week experience will help students gain an understanding of the foundation of leadership, assess their leadership behaviors and preferred leadership style, discover the five practices of exemplary leadership, and create a personal leadership developmental plan. This highly interactive sessions includes extensive discussion and collaborative exchange of ideas, leadership assessments, class and individual exercises, guest speakers and site visits. Learn more at www.go.udayton.edu/leadership101
Located in New Jersey, the Stevens Institute of Technology offers summer programs for rising high school seniors and juniors in Engineering and Science, Business, and, Technology, Society & the Arts. Participants gain hands-on experience, connect with industry professionals, experience campus life, and attend college prep workshops. Click here for links and more details: web.stevens.edu/news/newspoints/admissions-2018-02/index-guidance-counselor.html
For junior boys and girls, this program is the premier Leadership and Civics Conference for students who will become the leaders of tomorrow. Sponsored by the American Legion, this is an opportunity for students to hone their leadership skills, learn about local and state government, and build friendships with other youth across the Commonwealth. Participants also benefit from the opportunity to meet and speak with state legislators and leaders, and take on leadership roles themselves. There is also the opportunity to earn college credit at participating universities as well as scholarships and grants. To learn more about these programs and how to apply, click here: scholarships_and_opportunities_-_kentucky_boys_and_girls_state.pdf
The Purdue Research Park and Indiana University Southeast offers an opportunity each summer to rising high school juniors and seniors who demonstrate aptitude in the areas of math, science, and technology along with an interest in entrepreneurship, This five day high tech focused on IU Southeast's campus with Purdue and IU staff with critical assistance from industry leaders and successful high tech business entrepreneurs. Participants are provided with business cases, two days of instruction, and the necessary materials to assist them in the successful completion of the program which culminates with a 15 minute investor pitch to a panel of judges in a business plan competition setting. Tuition vouchers are awarded to the top teams whose presentations are judged as having the most solid business strategy and potential for success. To access more information and application forms, click here: scholarships_and_opportunities_-_iu_and_purdue_entrepreneurship_academy_at_new_albany.pdf
The IU Business is Global Program offer students the opportunity to be transported into a world of international business, language, and culture from around the world. Open to rising sophomores, juniors, and seniors, this two week program allows students to learn: Cultural and business practices from three regions around the world - MENA (Middle East and North Africa), East Asia, and Turkey; Less commonly taught languages from emerging economies: Arabic, Mandarin Chinese, Turkish; and Business fundamentals from the Kelley School of Business' top ranked faculty including Finance, Operations, Marketing, Strategy, Entrepreneurship, Teambuilding, and more. More information and applications are available here: scholarships_and_opportunities_-_indiana_university_business_is_global_program.pdf
Each summer, Tulane University's departments on campus coordinate fun and educational summer programs for high school students. These programs serve as wonderful introductions to potential academic and career paths. For application procedures, deadline, and contact, click on summer.tulane.edu/pre-college or email email@example.com. Programs are available in the following areas: Architecture; STEM Enrichment Institute; Women's Literature; Science and Engineering.
Held July 7-14, 2018, Carleton College's Liberal Arts Experience (CLAE) is designed to introduce the benefits of a liberal arts education to students who have just completed their sophomore year of high school. This highly selective weeklong program allows students to take classes from Carleton professors, live on campus, and learn what it takes to be a successful college-bound student. Carleton is seeking nominations for students of African-American descent or students who have an interest in African American culture. Students may apply online at www.go.carleton.edu/clae until April 1, 2018.
Smith's Women of Distinction Program highlights the opportunities at Smith College for female students that identify as African-American, Native American, Latina, or Asian American. The program is competitive. If selected, Smith will provide all costs related to round trip transportation, meals, and accommodations. Smith is one of the nation's most highly regarded liberal arts colleges for women and is located in Northampton, Massachusetts. Visitwww.smith.edu/women-distinction-program to learn more and to access the application.
The University of Cincinnati will offer a summer camp experience in electrical engineering and computer science from June 11 - 22, 2018. Campers will participate in various activities, ranging from lectures, hands-on projects, and presentations of industrial applications as well as research projects. Most activities will take place in a College of Engineering and Applied Science computer lab. For registration information, visit eecs.ceas.uc.edu/alumni-outreach/summer-camp
Phillips Exeter Academy, located in Exeter, New Hampshire, offers an UPPER SCHOOL Summer Program from July 1- August 3, 2018 in which students may design their own academic program by selecting three courses from more than 100 offered or one of two special programs in leadership or the process of creativity. Strengthening your math and science skills, trying your hand at a potter's wheel, learning the fundamentals of architecture, learning a new language such as Arabic or Chinese, stepping onto the stage, or designing lighting and sets for dramatic productions are just a few of the possibilities. Students will also participate in a wide variety of on-campus events, off-campus trips, college visits, college fairs, and student led clubs. Visit www.exeter.edu/summer and/or www.exeter.edu/summerapply to access the application.
For talented juniors, Kentucky Wesleyan's Scholars Academy is an in-depth college immersion experience to give students a taste of the small liberal arts atmosphere through academic life and social events. Students also earn additional scholarship money to attend Wesleyan, if they choose to do so. The Academy will afford students the opportunity to focus on developing skills as leaders and offer a head start in college preparation. More information is available online at www.kwc.edu/KWSA
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Week long camps are available in Raverna Kentucky and Leitchfield Kentucky for children ages 8-17. The camp is for children that have diabetes as well as anyone that might want to volunteer at the camp. Feel free to contact Lori O'Bryant at 502-544-1954 if you want more detailed information. Click on the following link to learn more - www.camphendon.org
Live in a premier residence hall on the University of Alabama campus, take two classes with other college students, participate in fun, engaging social activities, and meet other Early College students from across the country. If this sounds like you, call or email with questions at 205-348-7083 or firstname.lastname@example.org or visit their website at www.earlycollege.us.edu
The Summer Law Institute will be held at the University of Louisville Brandeis School of Law the week of Sunday, June 10 to Saturday June 16, 2018. This is a 7 day residential program for high school students interested in the law and legal professions. As in prior years, there will be field trips to the federal courthouse, the Judicial Center, and Bellarmine University. The daily agenda will include panel discussions with attorneys and judges, mock trial sessions, and topics taught by attorneys and law school professors. The SLI is funded in part by the Louisville Bar Foundation which allows for lower student costs to participate in the program, Housing and meals are included in the $200 fee. A limited number of scholarships are available. The application deadline is April 11, 2018. Click on the following link to access the application for this program: www.loubar.org/UserFiles/files/SLI%20Application_2018_Updated.pdf
Caminos al Futuro is a fully funded summer scholarship program that engages high-achieving rising seniors from US High Schools in a residential academic leadership development program at George Washington University and is part of the Cisneros Hispanic Leadership Institute. The program seeks to cultivate leadership potential and scholarship in rising seniors who desire to shape issues impacting Hispanic and Latino communities. Scholars will get a chance to examine the politcal, economic, and social transformations impacting Hispanic and Latino communities nationwide by conducting research, content, and media analyses; engaging in collaborative projects; engaging with leaders who help Hispanic and Latino communities in the U.S.; and attending sites and performing community service. Visit the following site for more information: www.summer.gwu.edu
Summer Camp at UC in Computer Science provides high school students with a fun yet thorough introduction to the field of Computer Science. This two week camp provides campers with the opportunity to develop their computer skills and meet and work with computer scientists. Campers will participate in activities ranging from lectures, hands on projects, presentations of industrial applications and research projects. Current graduate and/or undergraduate students will also participate in these activities, making presentations of their own projects, Most activities take place in the College of Engineering and Applied Science computer lab. Go to eecs.ceas.uc.edu/alumni-outreach/summer-camp to register.
The Power of YOU: Foresight Prep @ Oberlin is an intensive, pre-college institute for high school students passionate about social equity and the environment. Oberlin facilitates hands-on seminars designed to empower motivated high school students to take action on urgent issues, and a year-round network connecting alumni with real world change makers for ongoing mentorship. Visit www.foresightprep.org for more information or contact Tim Jones-Yelvington, Program Director at 772-271-1990.
The University of Southern California offers this summer program for outstanding students from educationally and economically under-served communities. The program offers students admissions and financial aid guidance, comprehensive test preparation, personalized career exploration and leadership development opportunities. The program includes a three week residential experience during the summer on the USC campus and personal coaching throughout the college application and decision making process. For more information, visit www.scholars.usc.edu .
WPI in Worcester, Massachusetts is one of the nation's premier science and engineering focused universities. Frontiers is a two-week residential on campus summer program for high school students that challenges participants to explore the outer limits of their knowledge in science, technology, engineering, and math with laboratory techniques, exploring unsolved problems across a wide spectrum of disciplines. Need based financial aid is available if needed. Visit www.wpi.edu/academics/pre-collegiate/summer/stem-residential/frontiers/applying-frontiers for more information.
At Duke Summer Session, they are in the business of creating life-changing experiences. With their world class instructors, breath taking campus, and downright fun residential program, students leave the program not only equipped for a future of collegiate success, but with a lifetime of memories and friendships. At Summer College, students engage in a four week credit bearing program for US students currently in 10th or 11th grade and take undergraduate level courses along with international students in 10th-12th grade. In the Summer Academy, students participate in a three week program for students currently in 9th-12th grade in which they take a certificate course. During the Intensive STEM Academy, students engage in a one week STEM Based program for students currently in grades 9-12 that consists of laboratory tours, faculty lectures, and workshops. To learn more, visit www.summersession.duke.edu .
This is an Arts and Humanities Summer Intensive for high school students in the heart of Spoleto, Italy. Programs are offered in Vocal Music, Drama, Photography, Creative Writing, Instrumental Music, the Visual Arts, and Filmmaking. Located in the historic town of Spoleto, Italy, Spoleto Study Abroad provides students with the tools to enhance their area of artistic expertise by working closely with talented faculty and motivated peers from around the world. Courses and in-depth studio work will foster each student's capacity to grow artistically, academically, and personally. In addition to developing their artistic talent, students gain insight into the rich cultural heritage of Italy through twice weekly day trips to cities in Umbrian and Tuscany while living in an authentic Italian town filled with art and history. Go to www.spoletostudyabroad.org for more information.
Summer Scholars programs includes courses in the arts, business, humanities, and natural and social sciences. Two new courses include Russian and the West as well as Identity and Popular Culture: Which Hogwarts House Are You? Notre Dame Leadership Seminars hones the expressive skills of advanced students. Courses include American Arts, Popular Culture and Social Change, Global Issues Toward a Just Peace, and Science, Ethics, and Responsibility. Study Abroad Programs include Rome, Italy and both Dublin and Connemara. Explore the Notre Dame Pre-College Website where you can read about the courses, view student and faculty videos, review important information about program costs and deadlines, and access their online application and requirements at www.precollege.nd.edu .
This is an eight day residential summer program in creative writing for current high school sophomores and juniors who love to write. Aspiring high school writers receive one-on-one interaction with writers from The New Yorker, The Atlantic, and SB Nation. For 24 years the Reynolds Young Writers Workshop has been bringing the calibre of a professional writers conference to high school students who are passionate about writing and eager to connect to a community of writing friends. The workshop offers an inspiring experience to 48 current high school students. Writers of poetry, fiction, and creative nonfiction get the chance to develop their talents and hone their skills. Students are housed alongside staff in residence halls at Denison in the lovely village of Granville, Ohio. THere is also time for swimming, hiking, and other fun activities. Visit www.reynolds.denison.edu for more information and application materials.
How many high school students get the chance to investigate a mock crime scene; get up close and personal with sharks and dolphins; or write, produce, and star in their own film? To find our more about these opportunities, visit www.ssp.dcie.miami.edu
This program offers summer enrichment programs at Oxford, Cambridge, St. Andrews, and in Paris, Barcelona, Boston, New York City, and at UCLA. Courses include Ancient History/Classics; Business; Critical Thinking; Economics; English; Genetics; History; International Relations; Law; Math and Engineering; Medicine; Physics; Politics; and Psychology. Visit www.oxbridgeprograms.com to learn more about this opportunity.
This program offers full scholarships and opportunities for students to gain understanding, acquire knowledge, and develop skills for living in a globally interdependent and culturally diverse world. For motivated high school students who want to fully immerse themselves in German Culture by living with a host family and attending a local high school. No previous language experience is required. Go to www.usagermanyscholarship.org to learn more about the program.
The Bronfman Fellowship is among the most prestigious programs available to outstanding Jewish students of all backgrounds who are in their junior year of high school. The purpose of the fellowship is to invest in a cohort of talented young Jews who will become leaders in all areas of Jewish and public life. The program includes an all-expenses paid trip to Israel and two seminars in New York City where Fellows explore Jewish identity, Jewish ideas, and connect to other Jews from both Israel and North America. No Jewish Educational Background us required for eligibility. Visit www.bronfman.org for more infomration or call 518-475-7212.
The Yale Young Global Scholars Program offers seven unique interdisciplinary sessions over the course of the summer, bringing together extraordinary students from around the world in order to think critically about and understand contemporary global issues. Current high school sophomores and juniors are eligible to apply. The 2018 sessions include Applied Sciecne and Engineering, International Affairs and Security, Frontiers of Science and Technology, Sustainable Development and Social Enterprise, Biological and Biomedical Science, Politics, Law, and Economics, Go to www.apply.globalscholars.yale.edu to learn more and access application materials.
Intended for high achieving sophomores and juniors, the Sooner Discovery Program allows students to live on campus in the Honors College residence hall for four weeks and earn five college credit hours, experience life at OU, and see what it is like to be a Sooner for the summer. Outside of class, the Sooner Discovery staff plans fun events to give students a study break, including weeknight programming on campus and Saturday trips to Oklahoma City and Tulsa.. Visit www.ou.edu/content/summersession for more information.
Wellesley College is now offering an online and College Board Certified AP Italian Language and Culture Course on the edX platform. Students can register for free to have instant access to online materials. Students who want to study on their own for the AP Italian exam may register for free on edX to get access to course materials and work independently. Students who want an interactive experience may register for an online live instruction class. Contact Wellesley at email@example.com fpr more information.
Penn Engineering offers a unique program for a selective group of high school students in grades 9, 10, and 11 to experience rigorous and challenging college-level coursework. This three-week program combines sophisticated theory with hands on practical experience in cutting edge technologies. Students are allowed to earn college credit in one of six programs - Biotechnology, Computer Graphics, Computer Science, Complex Networks, Nanotechnology, and Robotics. Visit www.esap.seas.upenn.edu for more detailed information.
Stanford University offers summer programs for highly motivated, intellectually curious students who want the opportunity to investigate topics not typically taught in secondary schools. Included are such fields as Sports Business, Humanities (history, philosophy, literature), the Arts (design, music, architecture), Artificial Intelligence, Mathematics, and Summer Institutes which feature over 50 courses, including business to biotechnology and cryptology to creative writing. Visit www.spcs.stanford.edu/collegecounselor to learn more about all of their programs.
Carnegie Mellon Summer Academy for Math and Science and Summer Opportunities for Access and Inclusion
The Summer Academy for Mathematics and Science is a six week residential program that provides high school seniors who have an interest in computer science, engineering and natural sciences with the opportunity to achieve skills to pursue and complete majors in STEM fields. There are no tuition, housing, or dining fees for students selected to attend the Summer Program for Diversity. The Summer Opportunities for Access and Inclusion are for students with strong academic records who are US citizens/permanent residents. Students who are underrepresented minorities, families of low socioeconomic states, potentially first in the family to attend college, and/or attend rural or inner-city high schools with historically low rates of college attendance are invited to apply. Visit www.admission.enrollment.cmu.edu to learn more and to access application forms.
Washington University in St. Louis offers a High School Summer Scholars Program in which students may enroll in courses for credit and study alongside undergraduates. Courses include the humanities, math, sciences, and social sciences. Washington University also offers High School Summer Institutes for students grades 9-11 in the fields of Pre-Medical, Pre-Engineering, Creative Writing, the Humanities, Global Leadership, Environmental Studies, Philosophy, Neuroscience, and Psychology, and Young Leaders. To learn more about these programs, visit www.summerexperiences.wustl.edu . The application deadline is April 1, 2018.
Set the Standard - 52 years and 10,000 alumni strong, BUTI is the leader in the field. A summer program of the Boston University College of Fine Arts and affiliated with the Boston Symphony Orchestra and Tanglewood Music Center, BUTI takes advantage of these resources to provide an unforgettable musical experience. But is goes even deeper than that. For many, BUTI is a summer of exploration and discovery. And for some, it's the pivotal moment when a student dares to pursue a life in the arts. Art you ready to take the next step? Programs are included for strings, winds and brass, percussion, harp, voice, piano, and musical composition. For more information and audition requirements, visit their website at www.bu.edu/cfa/tanglewood/
High School Summer Study and Travel programs offer rising high school sophomores, juniors, seniors, and college freshmen the opportunity to earn three college credits from Hillsdale College (located in south central Michigan) while traveling to cultural and historic destinations domestic and abroud. Two-week travel courses begin with time on campus studying with Hillsdale College faculty, after which study continues on site. For more information visit www.hillsdale.edu/academics/high-school-study/
This summer, join 2,500 students from all over the world who will come to Interlochen in Northern Michigan to study music, theatre, visual arts, creative writing, motion picture arts, and dance. Learn from amazing artists and educators, be inspired by their scenic campus, and create with other students who share your passion for the arts. This is one of the premier summer arts venues in the world. For audition and application information, visit their website at www.camp.interlochen.org