If you are a sophomore or junior, there are many summer programs that are available to you. There are programs ranging from subjects like science to art. Many colleges offer hands-on programs or college classes for high schoolers. Most of these programs will require that you dorm on their campus; however, there are programs where you can commute. Listed below are many summer programs organized by category.
William and Mary National Institute of American History and Democracy – It is dedicated to the study of American History, Public History, Material Culture, and Museum Studies. The Institute sponsors programs for William and Mary students, students from other colleges and universities, and high school students. Students take NIAHD classes in colonial and early nineteenth century American history and public history. They can choose to study colonial Virgina history, the era of the American Revolution, the new nation, and the struggles of the Civil War. There will be two three week sessions: June 25-July 15, and July 16-August 5th. Click on the blue link for more information.
Boston University Investigative Program– A summer program at BU for investigative journalism. Click on the link for more info.
St. Johns College Summer Academy – Academic program focused on literature and cultural attractions and history. Visit Website for more info. Takes place on either Annapolis or Santa Fe Campus. Ages 15-18
Yale Writer’s Conference – exchange English knowledge with scholars from all around the country – Feb 15, 2013 & March 31, 2013 (Submitting by the first deadline ensures that you will receive your enrollme.nt status by March 20th)
CSSSA – CA State Summer School for the Arts – Feb 28, 2013
Cherubs – Northwestern National High School Institute – April 2013
AAJA – Asian American Journalism camp – March 15, 2013
Pre-College-Barnard College- Liberal Arts intensive, writing, literature, art, theatre, film studies, psychology , computer science, architecture, religion and more. There is also a STEM Program. For current 10th & 11th grade students. There are partial and full need-based scholarships.
July 20-August 2, 2014
Broadreach– 2-4 week summer program. For more info contact 919-256-8200 or email@example.com.
Young Global Scholars – a politics, government, and global issues centered program on Yale’s campus – February 2oth is deadline for the politics session, science, and grand strategy program
LEAD Business Summer Program – a residential business program at various colleges including UPENN, Duke, Stanford and Dartmouth – Jan 25, 2013
LEAD Global – engage in business and team projects – Jan 25, 2013
Stanford Summer Institute-A myriad of subjects awaits you at the Summer Program at Stanford. Google summer programs on the Stanford website at www.stanford.edu.
Duke Summer Academy for High School Students– for grades 9-12 3 week July 5 (arrival) to July 31 (departure)
Designed to enhance your student’s readiness forselective college admission.
Young Women’s Leadership Institute – develop action-oriented leadership plans and study leadership through a feminist lens – application available Feb 1, 2013
UCLA Summer Writers Workshop-English Composition 50- July 8-July 29 TTH 10 am-12:30 pm. Offers 2 credits. enroll at www.summer.ucla.edu/institutes
Univ. of Alabama – For students with highly motivated; 3.0+ cumulative high school GPA required. Offers online courses. Summer I term is May 25- June 25; Summer II term is June 30 -July 31
George Washington University – College Intensive: 6-weeks session July 2- August 15 (various undergraduate level courses), 3-weeks session July 2-21, 6-weeks online session May 22- July 1 & July 5-Aug 15
Summer immersion – non-credit program for rising sophomores, juniors, and seniors. Session I: July 2-14 & Session II: July 16-28 Session III- July 30-August 11. Application deadline May 1,2017
Talk Back To Socrates – The Integral Program — part of the Saint Mary’s College experience for over 50 years — uses questioning, conversation, and a classic liberal arts approach to engage students in a unique and profound educational experience.
UCLA Summer Writer’s Workshop + Scholarship Opportunity – For over twenty years, UCLA Writing Programs has helped undergraduates successfully meet the challenges of a university education. Through a new, three week Writing Workshop Summer Institute, UCLA’s highly regarded writing specialists will now help college bound students prepare for those challenges.
SCAD Summer Seminars– Workshops and Seminars in many types of art and design, as well as exciting projects and assignments. Click the link for more info!
Berkeley embARC Program– A summer program at UC Berkeley’s College of Environmental Design, specifically a summer design academy. Click the link for more info and to apply.
Brooks Institute Workshops– A wide variety of classes in the arts, from portraiture to film production. Click the link for more info.
Otis College Summer Program– Education and Pre-College Programs in the Arts. A four-week prep program on the LA campus. Click link for more.
USC Architecture Program-Exploration of Architecture Program at the University of Southern California. Click the link for application information.
Wash. U Pre-College Programs– Pre-college programs with Washington University’s Sam Fox school of Design and Visual Arts. The Architecture Discovery Program or the Portfolio Plus Program allow students to provide new material to their portfolios before they begin school in the fall. -April 15, 2016
Tanglewood – Boston U’s residential orchestra and vocal summer music program – February 8, 2013
CSSSA – CA State Summer School for the Arts – Feb 28, 2017
Eastern Music Festival – Orchestra and Music Camp, Applicants must send in an audition – March 1, 2013
Carnegie Mellon Architecture – architecture program @ CMU -June 25 – August 6, 2016
CalArts Community Arts Partnership (CAP) – The award-winning CalArts Community Arts Partnership (CAP), a co-curricular program of the California Institute of the Arts (CalArts), offers free, after-school and school-based arts programs for youth ages 6-18 in every discipline taught at CalArts.
Art & Design – summer art program at CMU – April 1, 2013
CMU Drama Program – professional training program for drama/music/production @ CMU – April 1, 2013
School of Music – CMU’s music study and performance program – April 1, 2013
Cherubs – Northwestern NHSI for Film & Video Production, and Theatre Arts -April 2013
UNCSA – North Carolina School for the Arts Summer Program for hands-on experience with dance, drama, filmmaking, music or visual arts – May 1, 2013
Dance in the City – study dance and performing arts in New York City – application available Feb 1, 2013
Dance Intensive – a unique and challenging dance experience in Syracuse, NY – rolling admissions (applications received earlier will get priority) – April 15, 2013
National High School Institute Theatre Arts – Our theatre arts division is a powerful exploration into stage performance. A rigorous combination of classes and rehearsals challenge students every day for five weeks. Our students welcome the challenge as we accept students who are passionate and committed to theatre.
Pratt Institute- Precollege Program- 2017– A wealth of design and engineering classes await you this summer, You may take 4 classes and receive college credit. July 5-28 at their Brooklyn NY campus.
San Jose State University Summer Music Camp – a week long camp, where campers participate in one primary ensemble during the week (choir, band, or orchestra) – May 24, 2013
University of Oregon Summer Architecture Academy – an intensive four-week experience that offers architecture students a chance to “try on the field for size.” – sign up ASAP, application opens Feb. 1, 2013, deadline n/a
SCAD Rising Star Program – Students enroll in two college-level classes and have the opportunity to build or enhance their visual arts portfolios.- May 1, 2013
SCAD Summer Seminars – SCAD Summer Seminars offer workshops for high school students who have completed their freshman, sophomore or junior years. Students gain valuable educational experience while developing their creative vision through exciting art and design assignments and projects.
FIDM 3 Days of Fashion – Take workshops like Draping the Dress, where you will create a 3-dimensional design on a fitting form; Concept to Consumer, which focuses on design and merchandising; and Creating a Promotional Campaign, where you will work on a photo shoot and a special event.
Sew Like a Designer Workshop – learn from a fashion design expert how to make a garment like an industry pro – various workshop dates w/ different deadlines
Summer of Art 2014- Otis College Ages 15 and up- pre-college program 7/7-8/1.
Summer @ Eastman – The Eastman School of Music Summer at Eastman program offers students and the community an individualized and world-class music education experience. Choose between residential music programs and camps for middle and high school students, weeklong institutes devoted to various instruments, half-day music workshops for all ages, and collegiate classes in Music Education, Music History, and Music Theory.
Syracuse University – Offers opportunities for students to explore possible majors, build resumes and portfolios, experience college life. Choose from 30+ credit and non-credit classes, 2,3, and 6 weeks programs
Camp Shakespeare – The $1,620 price of Camp Shakespeare will include the following: center section, main-floor tickets to all six festival plays; five nights of double-occupancy housing at the Crystal Inn (July 26 through July 31) and more!
KU Design Camp – KU Design Camp is a pre-college summer program offered at KU to high school students who are entering their Sophomore, Junior, or Senior year and are interested in Design.
Cornell Catalyst Academy– Engineering summer program for rising junior and senior male and female students from backgrounds underrepresented in the STEM disciplines. Click the link for more info. firstname.lastname@example.org
Cornell Curie Academy– Rising junior and senior FEMALE students in an engineering based summer program. Click the link for more info.
Penn Engineering– High School Students are able to participate in college credit classes in Biotech, Comp. Graphics, Comp. Sci., and more from July 2-22, 2017 from July Click link for more info. Priority Deadline 2/24/2017. Financial Aid is available.
Eve and Gene Black Summer Medical Career Program- Medical Mentor/Internship Program where students work under medical professionals. Application due by Wednesday February 24th, 2016. Paper Application only.
Camp CHLA– Summer camp for students interested in nursing. There is no tuition! Click link to apply.
RSI – cost free summer research internship at MIT – January 18, 2013
MITES – MIT’s Science Research Program – January 24, 2013
LEAD Engineering and STEM program – a hands-on residential technology program at various colleges including Berkeley, Stanford and CalTech – Jan 25, 2013
SMASH -Summer Math Science, Engineering & Technology Program– Currently on UC Berkeley, Stanford, USC and UCLA campuses. This program has three, five sessions in summer for high-achieving, low income high school students of color. FREE !! Prepares students for success in college. Deadline to apply is Friday, February 15th.
COSMOS – a hands-on program for math and science on UC campuses – February 22nd, 2013
SIMR – summer research at Stanford – February 24, 2013
SSP – summer science program for physics, math, astronomy and programming in Santa Barbara, CA or Socorro, NM – Application Deadline Feb. 28
RABS – Research program at Columbia – March 15, 2013
SAMS – summer programs for math and science @ Carnegie Mellon – April 1, 2013
AP/EA – Advanced Placement & Early Admission Science and Math Program @ CMU – April 1, 2013
Boston U Research Internship – internship in science & engineering – April 1, 2013
Young Scholars Program – a research based internship @ UC Davis – 12/1-3/21/14 application period. Program is june 22-August 2, 2014
Syracuse Summer College– June 30-August 8, 2014. There are six, three, and two week programs in large variety oc curricula, including Sports Mgmt
Summer Science Institute – free residential science program at U Wisconsin Madison – April 25, 2013
WPI Frontiers-Worcester Polytechnic Institute- for rising juniors and seniors. Program combines science, technology, and engineering programs with humanities and arts workshops. Deadline to apply is April 15, 2017
Ross – intensive summer exploration of math @ Ohio State College – May 1, 2013
PROMYS – Boston U program for math – rolling admissions until May 1, 2013 (apply ASAP to secure a spot)
CSSI– Google’s computer science institute – application available late Jan – deadline n/a
Camp CHLA – Camp CHLA is your chance to explore these exciting health careers and is designed for high school students wishing to get into the profession – deadline Jan. 22, 2015
UCLA Summer Institutes – hands-on programs with many subject choices – registration opens Jan. 15, deadlines vary 2014
UCLA College Level Classes – enroll in summer classes at UCLA (there are many courses, check online)
UC Berkeley- Summer Design Academy July 7-August 1 2014
UC Berkeley Summer Sessions-for pre-collegiate high school students. June 23-August 5 or July 7-August 15. summer.berkeley.edu/pre-collegiate
Washington University St Louis, Summer Experiences. session A 6/11/17ession B 7/18/17 Scholarship assistance is available for those who demonstrate financial need.
Summer Science Program – Established in 1959, SSP is been operated by a unique, independent non-profit, managed and largely funded by alumni, former faculty, parents, and others who want to help inspire the leaders of tomorrow. Join us!
Astrocamp – At AstroCamp’s exciting one-week and two-week sessions, get ready to explore space, train like NASA astronauts, take a look into the cosmos through our state-of-the-art telescopes, rock climb on Mars, fly through the air on our 2000-foot zip line, and to do tons more! AstroCamp has more to offer than its programs. Our returning campers will tell you they come back for the fun and to see friends they have made in previous summers. Come join our fun, quirky community
MIT Summer Program– Current junior females with a desire to study engineering or computer science, must be a U.S. Citizen, or permanent resident, attending a U.S. high school. This program is through Collegebound. There will be a meeting on Monday, Dec. 12th in Room H1 to find out more information about this great opportunity. Low income will probably not have to pay. Fees increase as does inoome. Participating in this program may get a foot in the door for admission to MIT.
Miami U Summer Program– Summer Program/ boot camp for those applying to college the following year. A college application prep summer. Click the link for more info.
Rutger’s AP Workshops-AP summer workshops in Comp. Sci, Human Geo., and Italian Lang and Culture. Click the link for more info.
Berkeley Summer Programs– Multiple different programs at University of California, Berkeley: Pre-Collegiate, Liberal-Arts, and Abroad! Click the link to see all of the programs!
Miami University Summer Scholars Program – The Summer Scholars Program provides a rich, early college experience for academically-talented rising high school juniors and seniors from across the globe. Students will join an engaged community of learners for an intense, two-week program.
UCLA Summer Institute– Click the link for more info on these summer courses in a variety of different subjects from Nanoscience to Dance at UCLA!
AU GAP Program– Fall, spring, and summer programs for students who are taking a gap year after high school. Click link for more info on this amazing program.
Eve & Gene Black Summer Medical Career Program– Must be 18 by April, 2017. Thus program is very selective, and is really for the student who desires a career in the medical field. You will be watching surgeries at various hospitals. Must be currently in 11th or 12th grade.
Duke Summer Programs– Multiple summer programs in multiple subjects at Duke University. Click the link for more info about these summer camps.
Furman Summer Scholars-2 sessions 7/9-15 and 7/16-22, Application deadline 5/1. Visit furman.edu/summerscholars
Wharton Business– Summer Program at Wharton School of Business at UPenn. Click the link for more information.
U Alabama Early College– Summer courses in a huge variety which count as credits. Click the link for more info.
Syracuse Summer College– A multitude of summer programs ranging from 2-6 weeks, in a variety of topics. Click the link for more info.
George Washington U– Summer Pre-College Programs in multiple topics and gives the experience of being in the Nations capitol. Click the link for more info.
American Jewish Educator’s Scholarships- Scholarships for Jewish students with leadership in the Jewish community and who want to have a career in Education.
Ronald Reagan Leadership Program- A Student Leadership Program at the Reagan Library. Come to the college office for more info.
Gettysburg College Programs- Programs in multiple different subjects. Come to the college office for more info.
University of Pittsburgh- A Day for Admitted Students. Visit the school on certain days to explore your major and the school. Come to the college office for more info.
Yale Global Scholars Program– Summer 2016 Program on multiple different subjects. Click the link to apply.
Chicano/Latino Youth Conference- A Conference held at UCRiverside on April 30th. Encourages community empowerment for Latino and Chicano students. Visit the college office for more info.
Adelante Mujer Latina– CSUN hosted Career Conference for professional Latinas who speak on their careers in a variety of subjects. Free Breakfast and Lunch included. Click the link for more info.
Boston University Summer– BU Summer programs that give the on campus experience. Click the link for more info.
Bezos Scholars Program– All expense paid trip to the Aspen Ideas Festival. Click the link for more info.
Barnard Pre-College Programs– Summer 2016 programs from Barnard, focusing on the STEM program. Click the link for more info.
Furman University Programs– Multiple summer scholar programs which automatically offer you a $30,000 scholarship over 4 years, in acceptance to the University. Come to the college office for a nomination.
U Chicago Summer Program– University of Chicago summer programs in multiple subjects. Click link for more information.
Wash U Summer Programs– Multiple courses in sciences, humanities, maths, and social sciences, as well as college prep classes. Click link for more info!
Brandeis Precollege Programs- Immersive experiences giving top high school students the chance to develop college skills and learn the Brandeis Framework. Come to the college office for more info.
College Visits– Tours of schools in different regions of the US. Visit website for more info.
Harvard Summer School– College credit classes over the summer at Harvard University. Click link for more info.
Smith College Programs– A summer program for High School girls. Academic Pre-College courses in sciences and History. Click link for info.
Oxbridge Summer Programs– Variety of Programs from Business to Medicine. Click the link for application process.
Phillips Academy Summer Programs– Summer Programs in a multitude of subjects at the oldest incorporated boarding school in the US. Click the link for more info.
Pratt College Courses– Multiple Pre-college courses in a variety of subjects. Click the link for more info.
JFC Internship Program– Jewish Federation’s Community Internship Program for teens provides paid internships to 11th and 12th graders. Click the link for an application.
Brandeis University Future of Medicine- Youth Summit on the Future of Medicine. If you would like to participate, talk to Mrs. Drell in the Career and College Office fir a nomination.
USC Summer Programs– 4 or 2 week college courses in a variety of subject areas. Visit the website for more info.
Bovard Scholars for rising seniors or current juniors. This summer program is for high-achieving juniors, who wish to live on a residential college campus for 3 weeks. You will receive one on one support in career exploration, admission and financial aid guidance, test prep, leadership development, all at no coast to you. July 16- August 5, 2017.
Wisconsin School of Business– The Business of Emerging Leaders (BEL) program in July 2016. Visit Website for more info.
Cornell University Summer College– Programs in Architecture and Art, Business and Leadership, Debate and Lit, and more! Earn 3 to 6 credits with Cornell faculty. Visit website for more info.
Harvard SSP – advanced residential studies @ Harvard – March 25, 2014. Expensive $10,0000+
Columbia Summer College – college courses in architecture, design, English, medicine, etc – April 5, 2013 (Financial aid deadline) May 5, 2013 (Regular Decision)
Marist College – a New York campus with classes in business, creative writing, criminal justice, digital movie making, environmental science, fashion design, fashion merchandising, game design, sports communication, and theatre performance; an Italy campus with classes in Fashion, Interior Design, Studio Art; acceptance to the program is based on a rolling, space-available basis. Three college credits, two week courses, and one amazing experience.
UCLA Language Classes – classes in Amharic, Arabic, Armenian, Hindi/ Urdu, Persian or Russian for heritage speakers – deadline n/a
Hollinsummer – several programs in subjects ranging from creative writing to white water rafting @ Hollins College in Virginia – deadline n/a
Lair of the Golden Bear – Berkeley’s summer college prep camp in the woods – register online, deadline n/a
Summer in the City – pre-college classes on Barnard’s campus with wide selection of courses – application available Feb 1, 2013
Liberal Arts Intensive – one week residential program at Barnard with 1 course – application available Feb 1, 2013
NYU Pre-college – take college courses at NYU – 6 week program- 7/6-8/15, 2014.
Syracuse Summer College – programs ranging from 6 to 3 to 2 weeks in a variety of subjects – rolling admissions (applications received earlier will get priority), deadline – April 15, 2013
Cornell University Summer College– World-class program for sophomores, juniors, and seniors, who are completing those years by June, 2015. Classes span many areas of curricula.
see their website for the courses. There is financial aid available. The deadline for financial aid is March 14, 2014 for RABS, and May 2, 2014 for the others. These classes are offered from June 21-and August 5, 2014
Summer Scholars Program -Miami of Ohio University– 2 week summer experience to enrich students academically- earn college credits and a possible guaranteed admission to Miami Universit. Session I-7/6-7/18 Session II-7/20-8/1, 2014
George Washington University Summer– Three 6 week sessions dealing with specialized subjects such as journalsim, sciences, etc. Deadline is March 1st to apply. This program is for rising juniors and seniors. email@example.com.
Oxbridge Academic Programs – For 30 years Oxbridge has been offering outstanding summer programs for middle and
high school students in Europe and America. Whether in Oxford, Cambridge, New York,
Paris, Montpellier, Barcelona, or Salamanca, students work with world-class teachers
to broaden their horizons and enjoy life-changing experiences. Varied dates in 2015
Sarah Lawrence College Summer Programs– 3 different programs. Full payment is due by May 17, 2013
UC Berkeley Summer Experience – Summer classes available at Cal. – May 20, 2013
NYU Precollege – take college-level courses for credit and experience life as an NYU student for students entering senior or junior year – April 1, 2013
UC Irvine High School Summer Program-All students will take a Scholars Course in Critical Thinking, and an Elective course. You will recieve insight into what rigors are like in a college academic environment. Download the application Applications are due May 31, 2013.
UC Berkeley Summer Design Academyprogram. July 7-August 1, 2014. This program is for domestic and international high schol students. embARC Summer Design Academy, is awarded 1 credit graded optiom. You will receive a graded transcript. For more information please visit their websie at www.ced.berkeley.edu.
USC Summer programs offer high school students 3 units of college credit -transferrable to USC . There are a variety of subjects available. For rising 10th, 11th , and 12th graders. Twelve siubject areas are available. ckick the link. firstname.lastname@example.org; dates: June 18 – July 15, 2017
Washington University of St. Louis HS Summer Experiences-for current, sophomore, junior, or senior. Must have a combined SAT score of at least 1800, or composite on ACT of 25. There are partial scholarships available for students. There are 2 sessions of 5 weeks each- June 9-July 13 and July 14-August 16. Courses are varied.
Summer Scholars Program– Miami University Session I: July 6-July 18, 2014
Session II: July 20-August 1, 2014. This program is for high achieving juniors and seniors, and will focus on application essay writing, SAT/ACT Prep, leadership skills, and these students will be given priorty for Miami Merit Scholarships.
The Bridge– Univ. of Pittsburgh for rising seniors, juniors, etc. Learn how to navigate through the college admissions process and gain leadership skills. A[pplication deadline: May 15, 2014
USC Summer Programs– Offers students a preview of “freshman year” through its college immersion experience. USC Summer Programs offers 4 &2 week courses in a variety of subjects. Students can choose one course for intense study. Courses on interactive, engaging, and challenging, and students will receive 3 units of transferrable USC elective credit upon successful completion of the 4 week program.
Summer of Art 2015 at OTIS– provides artists ages 15 and older with a college immersion experience in art and design. Will take place July 6th- July 31st, 2015. Students will be “Exploring Creativity”, a series or workshops dedicated to expanding the imagination and discovering innovative approaches to creative challenges.
- Summer Science & Engineering Program, July 5–August 1, 2015
- Field Studies for Sustainable Futures, July 5–18, 2015
- Hidden Lives: Discovering Women’s History, July 5–18, 2015
- Young Women’s Writing Workshop, July 5–18, 2015
- College Admissions Workshop, July 19–25, 2015
Epic Israel – Epic Israel 2015 is a 3 ½ week Israel experience for current 10th & 11th graders in the Los Angeles area. In addition to visiting cities across the country, viewing historical and religious sites and engaging with Israeli culture, Epic Israel allows participants to make a difference. This program has a focus in community service and social action, allowing participants to engage in hands-on service in Israel, while meeting with influential Israelis who are working for change in the Jewish State. January 30th 2015
The Princeton Prize in Race Relationships – The Princeton Prize in Race Relations consists of regionally awarded $1,000 cash awards as well as an annual symposium on race. Deadline January 31th
Princeton University Summer Journalism Program– application can be found on www.princeton.edu/sjp.. Application is due at 11:59 pm EST on Friday, February 24, 2017.
NMH Summer Session – offers students opportunities to enrich, supplement, or accelerate their school-year education. We have an extensive, comprehensive program that has existed in various forms for more than 100 years.
Foresight Prep in Oberlin College– Pre-college summer seminars for highly motivated high school students concerned about sustainability, social equity, and the environment. It is a national/international summer, experiential leading program. Three groups of 18 students will become social impact researchers to address the future of one of three urgent issues- Food, Business, or Essential Resources.
Early College at the University of Alabama – With UA Early College, you get ahead with college courses from a top-50 research university, while you are still in high school. And, you are surrounded by a support network whether you take courses online or on campus. Peer coaches are full-time UA students who mentor and guide you in the transition to college study. Your classes are taught by student-centered UA faculty. Academic advisers help you decide which courses are right for you.
Summer Discovery and Discovery Internships – More diverse summer opportunities than any other organization, including college credit, enrichment, SAT Prep, internships, business and leadership institutes, and study abroad. Take classes that interest you, we offer over 300 different courses across 13 campuses
Summer Study Programs – Summer Study’s pre-college summer programs offer unique summer opportunities, which combine stimulating academics with unforgettable sports, recreational, social and/or cultural activities.
Tufts Summer Study for High School Students – through intensive six week programs and courses for high school juniors and seniors, gain the skills an confidence needed to meet the challenges of university study.
Gettysburg College – Global study for a semester or academic year is considered an integral part of your academic program at Gettysburg. All majors and disciplines can participate; Gettysburg wants you to study globally as part of your degree (in the academic year) and not in addition to it (in the summer).
Summer Institutes at Drexel University – Drexel’s summer academic programs are open to highly motivated high school students who wish to explore what a university-level program is all about. Workshops are led by Drexel faculty and utilize Drexel’s labs, facilities, and the city of Philadelphia’s many resources.
World Strides Summer Programs – University-based programs; cultural, language, and science immersion; service learning programs – come into the college office and pick up a “Request for more information” in the Summer Program’s filing cabinet.
Duke Youth Programs – a part of Duke University Continuing Studies and has provided summer academic enrichment for academically motivated youth for over 30 years. Each summer approximately 650 youth from around the nation and world, representing some 22 states and 5 different countries, attend one of our summer programs.
Rustic Pathways – We design our service, adventure, and education programs for students of all types. While we remain true to our “rustic” identity and believe in taking students to places that tourists never see, we have a full range of experiences for the first-time traveler to the off-the-beaten-path explorer.
St. Johns College Summer Academy – The St. John’s College Summer Academy offers rising high school juniors and seniors the opportunity to experience the distinctive community of St. John’s College through an immersive, weeklong course of study based upon a specific intellectual theme.
Brandeis Service Corps – Go beyond volunteering to make meaningful personal connections with people in the Greater Boston area. Work with diverse populations whose lives are touched by homelessness, developmental disability, poverty, refugee status and more.
Marist Summer Pre-College – Earn college credit while in high school and get a taste of campus life. You’ll learn from experienced professionals and talented faculty, while spending 14 days on the banks of the historic Hudson River or in Florence, Italy, the birthplace of the Renaissance!
Northwestern -Center for Talent Development, learn from expert educators, live on campus, connect with peers, live on a world-class college campus (residential and commuter options.)
Young Ambassador’s Program for Latino, graduating seniors. Week long- all expenses paid- 4 week leadership in one of 17 cities in the U.S. and Puerto Rico. Hone your leadership skills, get involved in your community, and become part of a network. Dead.line to apply is 4/9/2017- go to http://www.latino.si.edu/education/yap. June 25-August 2. Four week internship with a $2,000 stipend.
Valley University Women–$3000 dollars to each student who wins, due date is on Monday March 27, 2017. email@example.com
San Fernando Elks Lodge 1539 William L. Frye Scholarship-Must have a grade point average of at least 3.5 for the past two years. Due March 17, 2017.