• Summer Enrichment Programs
    Summer is a great opportunity for students to attend enrichment programs to engage in activities such as leadership, volunteerism, or academic development.  Troy does not endorse any specific program, but rather, we encourage parents and students to find the opportunity that best fits the student’s interest. If seeking a Troy Tech Senior Internship during the summer before senior year, please contact Mrs. Downum for approval.  Deadlines Vary for Each Program.

    Summer at Smith 2021
    Applications are OPEN!
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    Join other motivated high school students who want to be engaged, get inspired and expand their experiences both in and out of the classroom. You will be a part of a supportive community led by Smith faculty and staff and supported by our undergraduate students.

    Remote learning or on-campus offerings:
    All programs are for young women, female-identified or gender-nonconforming students who will be entering grades 9, 10, 11 or 12 in fall 2021.
    Ready to join us this summer?
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    Summer at Smith participants are saying:
    "Being immersed in a community of writers is amazing. You’ll leave with a clear idea of what you can do next with your writing."
    "The whole program gave a really good experience of what college will look like, with the perfect amount of structure to encourage us to spend our time in valuable ways."
    "I feel empowered to continue to strive and succeed in a field of study that is dominated by men."


    Every year, we invite an ambitious group of high school journalists to hone their skills at our conferences through seminars and simulations taught by college and professional journalists.

    This presents a unique opportunity for students to seek advice from Pulitzer Prize winners and network with like-minded students across the globe.

    It is our honor to cordially invite you and your students to our 2021 virtual Global Programs: the Crimson Journalism Summit and The Summer Journalism Academy.

    Here are our

    2021 Programs

    Crimson Journalism Summit
    March 27th - 28th, Online
    The Harvard Crimson's CJS is a two-day virtual event for high school reporters of all experience levels.
    Participants will engage in workshops, simulations, and seminars led by Crimson Editors and Executives across our content boards.
    Besides learning from experienced college journalists, students will also have the chance to interact with professional journalists—namely, notable Crimson Alumni from top publications
    such as the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, and more.
    Registration is open now!
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    Summer Journalism Academy
    July 26th - August 6th, Online

    The Harvard Crimson's SJA offers high school students exclusive access to presentations and workshops from all the Crimson Boards as well as a day for advice on College Admissions and creating a journalism portfolio.

    Various presentations, workshops, and meetings take place throughout the day. You do not need any prior experience with journalism to participate in the Summer Journalism Academy!

    Registration is open now!
    For additional information, check out our website at this link. Please do not hesitate to reach out with any questions!  

    Taia Cheng
    CJS Conference Director

    AI Camp Summer program

    3 weeks program in the summer.
    10 am to 3 pm, Weekday. 

    Three batch choices: 

    June 14th, 2021 to July 2nd, 2021
    July 5th, 2021 to July 23rd, 2021
    July 26th, 2021 to August 13th, 2021

    • Learn AI in small classes online with our instructors. 6 students max per instructor.

    • Build an impressive AI product for your college admission portfolio in the summer. 

    • Speak with at least 3 guest speakers.

    • Experience various tech roles and learn how to make informed career decisions.

    • 3 weeks long program. A typical day starts at 10 am and finishes at 3 pm.

    • No coding experience is needed.

    • A virtual computer that allows students to program their products. 

    • Access to our learning center with all AI learning materials. 

    • Scholarships are available.

    • Location: Online; 3 weeks long program; flexible dates during the summer. ​​

    • Tuition: $1,949 (early bird). $2,349 (regular)



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    We are excited to offer your high-achieving students the opportunity to apply to Babson’s Summer Study for High School Students. In this immersive 3.5-week, virtual summer program, rising juniors and seniors develop as entrepreneurial leaders while earning credits from the top-ranked college for entrepreneurship. This year, we will be offering two cohorts: July 5 – 28 and July 21 – August 13, 2021.

    At Babson Summer Study, students from around the world will cultivate the entrepreneurial mindset for overcoming challenges in any organization, in any role. Immersed in our unique Entrepreneurial Thought & Action® methodology for turning ideas into action, students will gain practical skills and an unparalleled perspective on real-world business challenges to create value for themselves and for society.

    Beyond the Summer Study coursework, student learning extends through conversations with innovative entrepreneurial leaders. Students connect with both aspiring entrepreneurs and entrepreneurial leaders from all over the world.

    During Summer Study, students will:

    • Learn from experienced Babson faculty and earn four college credits in Babson’s Introduction to the Entrepreneurial Experience course
    • Explore social, economic, and environmental problems through an entrepreneurial lens
    • Gain exposure to key concepts in entrepreneurship, management, marketing, finance, business communication, and other disciplines
    • Engage with leaders and entrepreneurs across diverse industries; previous companies and organizations include Verizon, Bain Capital, First Republic Bank, and social ventures like InnerCity Weightlifting and More to Her Story
    • Learn more about what it means to be part of the Babson community during our Deans’ Panel

    We invite you to share this opportunity with your colleagues and students. To learn more about Babson’s Summer Study for High School Students, please visit our website at www.babson.edu/summerstudy. The application deadline is March 1, 2021.

    Thank you, and if we can be of further assistance, please don't hesitate to ask.


    Courtney Minden
    VP of Enrollment Management,
    Babson College


    Thinking Ahead for Things to do in Summer 2020:
    -Get a Job
    -Try a New Sport
    -Dye Your Hair a New Color
    -Take a Road Trip
    -Study for ACTs / SATs
    -Bake Cookies
    -Start a Blog
    -Learn to Surf
    -Write Your College Essays
    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.
    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.



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    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.

    Creative high school students develop their cinematic and journalistic storytelling skills producing films, videos, visual effects, webcasts and more at Boston University's Academy of Media Production. AMP's daily livestream is collaborative remote learning unlike anything you've ever experienced.
    "AMP was immersiveexciting, and challenging - I never imagined that I would learn so much, work so hard, and have such a blast."

    Learn in a unique, collaborative live environment


    Create videos, short
    films, visual effects, webcasts and more


    Discover educational
    opportunities and professional pathways


    It's time to AMP UP!

    Program Dates: July 5 - 31, 2021
    Program Info & Application Materialsbu.edu/amp
    Questions? Contact the program at buamp@bu.edu

    Creative high school students develop their cinematic and journalistic storytelling skills producing films, videos, multi-camera productions and more at Boston University's Academy of Media Production.
    "AMP was immersive, exciting and challenging - I never imagined that I would learn so much, work so hard and have such a blast."



    Bank of America


    Through Student Leaders®, Bank of America recognizes high school students who lead and serve in their own communities and beyond. We connect Student Leaders to tools and resources to help make communities better.

    As a Student Leader, you will:

    Work as a paid intern at a local nonprofit for eight weeks

    Attend the weeklong Student Leaders Summit in Washington, D.C.

    Develop leadership and career skills

    Connect with like-minded students from your own community and across the country

    Juniors and Seniors:

    Apply from November 4, 2019,
    to January 31, 2020.

    Apply today

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    It may be cold outside in Boston, but it’s not too early to start planning for summer. Please let your students know that applications are now live for the 2020 Summer Term High School Programs at Boston University, via our website at bu.edu/summer/highschool.

    Next year, we are offering five pre-college programs for your students to choose from. All five provide rigorous and collaborative college life experiences that will enable students to gain a strong sense of their personal and academic potential. Here is a brief overview of our programs:

    • High School Honors is a six-week residential, commuter, or online program in which students take Boston University undergraduate courses and earn up to eight transferable college credits. Students must be entering their junior or senior year of high school in Fall 2020.
    • RISE Internship/Practicum is a six-week, non-credit residential or commuter program in which students conduct scientific research in a university lab under the guidance of a faculty mentor. Students must be U.S. citizens and entering their senior year of high school in Fall 2020.
    • Academic Immersion (AIM) is a three-week, non-credit residential program for students to focus intensively on a single academic topic while enjoying and experiencing life on a college campus. This summer we are offering three AIM tracks: Introduction to Experimental Psychology, Introduction to Medicine, and Creative Writing. Each track combines classroom work in the subject area with experiential learning activities. Students must be entering their junior or senior year of high school in Fall 2020.
    • Summer Challenge is a two-week residential program in which students take two non-credit seminars of their choice and experience life on a college campus. Students must be entering their sophomore, junior, or senior year of high school in Fall 2020.
    • Summer Preview is a one-week, non-credit commuter or residential program in which students explore one subject of interest while previewing the college experience. Students must be entering their freshman or sophomore year of high school in Fall 2020.


    I hope you will share our website with your students and encourage them to apply. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us at summerhs@bu.edu. We look forward to seeing your students on campus this summer!



    Creative high school students develop their cinematic and journalistic storytelling skills producing films, videos, visual effects, webcasts and more at Boston University's Academy of Media Production. AMP's daily livestream is collaborative remote learning unlike anything you've ever experienced.
    "AMP was immersiveexciting, and challenging - I never imagined that I would learn so much, work so hard, and have such a blast."

    Learn in a unique, collaborative live environment


    Create videos, short
    films, visual effects, webcasts and more


    Discover educational
    opportunities and professional pathways


    It's time to AMP UP!

    The application deadline is
    March 31, 2021
    Program Dates: July 5 - 31, 2021
    Program Info & Application Materialsbu.edu/amp
    Questions? Contact the program at buamp@bu.edu
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    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 - ArchitectureArtDesignDrama 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.

    Summer Opportunities Providing Access to STEM and Computer Science

    Carnegie Mellon is committed to providing access opportunities to populations of students who have been historically underrepresented in the STEM and Computer Science fields. We materialize this support through our Summer Academy for Math and Science, AI4All @ Carnegie Mellon, and our new Computer Science Scholars program offerings.

    The Summer Academy for Math and Science is a six-week residential experience that provides students from underrepresented communities who have interest in engineering and/or the natural sciences, with the opportunity to achieve skills in order to pursue and complete majors in STEM fields. There are no tuition, housing or dining fees for students selected to attend this program.

    The AI4All @ Carnegie Mellon program is a three-week residential experience that provides opportunities for students from underrepresented communities to study artificial intelligence with full-time faculty, staff and researchers who are leaders in the field. There are no tuition, housing or dining fees for students selected to attend this program.

    The Computer Science Scholars program provides students who are traditionally under-represented in the field of computer science an opportunity to receive exposure to computing and additional computer science pre-requisites. There are no tuition, housing or dining fees for students selected to attend this program.

    The curricula of these programs include a combination of hands-on learning and research via projects, and lectures by Carnegie Mellon faculty, teachers and graduate students. Students will also have the opportunity to engage in extracurricular activities that introduce them to new people, topics, and career opportunities. College students also serve as classroom assistants, tutors and mentors. 

    Students may apply for the program here. Feel free to share this email with any student you think might be interested in applying!



    Do you know students who might benefit from college-level summer study at Cornell? If so, please tell them about Cornell University Summer College Programs for High School Students.

    Cornell's Summer College is one of the nation's longest running and most highly regarded precollege academic programs. It brings more than 1,500 motivated high school sophomores, juniors, and seniors from around the world to the Cornell campus in Ithaca, New York to

    • Experience the excitement of college life at a great Ivy League university.
    • Earn three to six college credits in courses with Cornell faculty.
    • Prep for college applications with workshops, one-on-one counseling, and a college fair.
    • Make friends from more than 50 countries.

    This summer, students can choose from two-, three-, and six-week programs between June 20 and August 4 in subjects ranging from architecture, business, hospitality, and engineering, to international relations, music, science, social change, and veterinary medicine — and many more.

    Most applications are due May 1. For details, visit the program dates and deadlines pages.

    Please contact us if you have questions. We hope to see your advisees at Cornell this summer!

    Best regards,

    Jim Schechter, PhD, Director
    Janna Dawn, MILR, Associate Director
    Cornell University Summer College Programs for High School Students


    Cornell Summer STEM

    The Summer STEM Institute (SSI) is a six-week virtual summer program for high school students. The program was started last summer by educators, students, and graduates from Stanford, Harvard, and MIT. Last year, SSI received over 2,450 applications from students in 78 different countries. 

    Many students who attended the program said SSI changed their lives and asked for the team to continue running SSI in future years. Applications for SSI 2021 have just opened, and we thought your students may be interested in applying. 

    The program consists of three main parts: 

    • Research and data science bootcamp: Students learn how to design and conduct data science research projects. Students learn about the research process and how to apply statistical and machine learning methods to address scientific questions with real-world impact. 
    • Masterclass lecture series: Students are connected to accomplished young adults around the world. Students have the opportunity to learn about entrepreneurship from Forbes 30 Under 30 recipients, science research from International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) grand prize winners, and other topics from speakers with diverse backgrounds and experiences. 
    • Mentored research project: Students complete a research project through a rigorous, hands-on learning experience under the guidance of mentors. Previously, students have worked in a variety of fields, from computational biology to quantum physics. 

    Students and families can learn more about SSI and apply on our website here: https://www.summersteminstitute.org/.

    Applications for Duke University Summer Session 2020 are open NOW! Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis, so students will receive a decision within a few weeks by applying today. Students can apply for multiple programs with one application! We appreciate your help in sharing the following reminder to students through your school newsletter, via email, on social media, or even on bulletin boards.
    Apply TODAY for an Unforgettable Summer at Duke University!
    Applications for Duke University Summer Session 2020 are open NOW! Click on one of the links below to apply to your program of interest TODAY:
    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.




    Gettysburg College is excited to offer several opportunities for high school juniors and sophomores to attend virtual academic camps over the summer months. Subjects include psychology, history, and creative writing. Please find information to share with your students about our academic camps below:

    • Virtual Camp PsychCampers will get hands-on experiences that introduce them to research in psychology during this fun, challenging, and engaging introduction to the field.
    • Civil War Era Studies Virtual CampCampers will get to enjoy historic Gettysburg, Pennsylvania while studying American Civil War History through unique learning experiences. Students will explore the circumstances leading to the war, investigate significant battles during the war, and explore the condition of the United States after the war.
    • Young Writers Virtual WorkshopStudents gain an in-depth introduction to all four genres of creative writing: fiction, poetry, nonfiction, and writing for stage and screen.

    Your students can learn more and register on our summer camp website.


    2020 Summer Session at Harvey Mudd College. Interested students may select from courses in the humanities, the social sciences, natural sciences and mathematics taught by HMC’s exceptional faculty.

    There will be two sessions for 2020, running mid-May through late-June, and tuition is $3,500 per course. These courses are an excellent choice for high school students seeking to augment their skillset and challenge themselves to learn in a college setting.

    We’re encouraging interested students to add their name to the interest list so we may contact them once details have been finalized. Visit the Summer Session webpage or email summersession@g.hmc.edu for more information.



    Inspirit AI, the artificial intelligence summer program for high and middle school students by Stanford and MIT grad students


    As artificial intelligence transforms all disciplines, healthcare and medicine have experienced some of the most exciting and impactful innovations! We’re excited to launch a series of new projects in the medicine area including: (1) using computer vision to accurately diagnose lung disease, (2) tracking smart phone data to predict mental health crises, (3) parsing genomic data to trace the origins of different coronavirus mutations, among others!


    High school and middle school students in our summer programs work with mentors from Stanford, MIT, and Harvard to learn the basics of AI and apply them by building a project in an area they’re passionate such as healthcare and genomics. Others areas where students may do projects include sustainability, economics, art, media, political science, astronomy, and more! 


    As applications for our summer program close on April 30th, we wanted to invite your students of all disciplines to apply here, whether they’re interested in medicine or any of our other project domains! We would really appreciate it if you could share the short note below with your students from grades 5 to 12.

    Jacobs University


    Greetings from the Jacobs University admissions team!

    This is a reminder that our Summer Camp 2020 will take place on the Jacobs University campus between July 24 and August 1, 2020. Our applications are still open until March 15, 2020, and we would love to receive students from your school. This is a great opportunity to get a taste of life on our campus and meet students from around the world!
    Summer Camp 2020 participants will be able to attend a workshop in one of the following academic fields:
    1. Social Sciences, Economics and Management
    2. Mathematics and Physics
    3. Energy, Resources and Technology
    Students who participate in the Summer Camp will also have the opportunity to book additional weeks of German language courses. Registration information for these German courses will be made available for students after they get admitted to the Summer Camp.

    For more information, please visit our Summer Camp webpage below:
    SUMMER CAMP 2020 
    The application for the Summer Camp is now open!
    The application requirements are submission of a complete application including:
    • A short motivation statement
    • A current academic transcript
    The deadline for submitting the application is Sunday, March 15, 2020. Decisions will be communicated on March 25, 2019.

    The cost for the Summer Camp is 890 Euros and it includes room and full board, excursions within the context of the camp, social and intercultural activities and participation in the academic workshop.
    Early bird offer: For early applicants, we offer a discount of 100 Euros (until 31 January, 2020). Do not miss it!



    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.  


    LIChange Summer 

    • Advanced Law & Trial Internship (In-Person: July 5th - July 11th and July 18th - July 24th; Online: August 1st - August 15th): Participants intern for a DC law firm to create key case arguments and have their work incorporated into the trial, which will be heard in the fall of 2021. Interns work directly with a client and their legal team to draft legal memoranda and develop case arguments. Law interns are given the unique opportunity to work with the ACLU, D.C. Police Officers, prosecutors, and law professors from Georgetown University Law School. Our 2020 cases involved the FBI and the Department of the Interior. The 2021 cases will be announced later this spring. Click here to watch our program video.


    • International Leadership & Business Internship Tier II (In-Person: July 5th - July 11th; Online: June 20th - July 3rd): Participants choose an entrepreneur from the developing world to partner with and develop plans to make their start-up business a reality. During this program, interns learn how to skillfully build a business while simultaneously calculating risk – the essentials of constructing a successful enterprise. Student participants work closely with Georgetown University professors and business professionals to write business plans, develop research skills, as well as learn teamwork, proper oral presentation techniques, and critical communication skills. These experts lead a series of skills-development workshops to help students create a business plan. Interns allocate the seed money to implement their business plans in the fall of 2021. Click here to watch our program video.


    • Advanced Medical & Public Health Internship (In-Person: July 11th - July 17th and July 18th - July 24th; Online: August 1st - August 14th): Participants learn about the four major diseases facing the developing world from doctors and medical professionals at Georgetown University. This knowledge will help interns diagnose a patient in real-time using Oculus-Rift technology. Medical students also develop public health campaigns to raise awareness and provide prevention methods to communities in need. These public health campaigns will be used throughout Bauchi, Nigeria to improve the understanding of preventable diseases in sub-Saharan Africa. Additionally, interns travel to Howard University Simulation Center, where students will have the rare opportunity to perform an upper endoscopy, an abdominal ultrasound, and learn how to draw blood using state-of-the-art-simulation units. Finally, students partner with a cadre of experts in surgery, medical research, emergency room medicine, and physical therapy to learn about future medical careers. Click here to watch our program video.


    • Advanced Medical Neuroscience Internship (In-Person: July 25th - July 31st; Online: July 11th - July 24th): Participants intern for world-renowned neuroscientist and chief of Georgetown University's neuroethics program, Dr. Jame Giordano. Over the course of seven days, students participate in cutting edge neuroscience experiments that explore the biological foundations of the brain, progressing from the cellular foundations of the neuron to an understanding of the sensory systems, and culminating with higher-order cognitive functions such as memory, emotion, and morality. As a final project, students design and propose an experiment related to cognitive neuroscience and neuroethics in order to focus and apply their understanding. Participants present these proposed experiments to leading neuroscientists, with the winning team writing a paper to be published on their theories. Click here to watch our program video.

    • National Security & Intelligence Internship (In-Person: July 11th - July 17th; Online: June 20th - July 3rd): Participants in this accelerated security training program work directly with national security experts, learn about the latest intelligence and military strategies, and implement these strategies to save lives. Interns meet one-on-one with representatives from all branches of the military, federal agencies, military academies, and private companies to learn about the education and career opportunities available to them in the fields of security and intelligence. 2020 representatives included the National Security Agency, CIA, FBI, Secret Service, West Point, the U.S. Department of State, Navy Seals, and the U.S. Air Force Academy. As a final project, interns work in teams to implement what they have learned throughout the program to design and propose a security plan for Jafa Security Firm. Their solutions will protect major areas and institutions within Borno, Nigeria from terrorist groups like Boko Haram.



    Long Beach Summer Bridge Program

           http://www.csulb.edu/cengineering/besst  /  https://web.csulb.edu/pstep-into-stem/


    MIT | 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!

    Thank you,

    A summer experience at MIT that will change your life
    Who can apply?
    Students must currently be in the 11th grade in order to apply. Also, at this time, OEOP programs are limited to U.S. citizens and U.S. permanent residents. Students who complete their application and are successful in our highly-competitive selection process generally excel in math and science and have a strong academic record.
    They're free!
    Program costs are generously covered by our funders. Admitted students only pay for transportation to and from MIT.
    Our programs
    The deadline to apply for Summer 2020 is February 1, 2020. Each student has the option to be considered for admission into either one of our two programs:
    This six-week summer program immerses students in life at MIT through math and science courses, a challenging hands-on elective course, admissions counseling sessions, lab tours, and social events.
    Students in this innovative online program discuss research, receive admissions and financial aid advice, and attend webinars. They also complete online science and engineering projects that they present during a five-day summer conference on MIT's campus.
    Jump start your future in science and engineering at MIT! 

    Have any questions not answered on our FAQs page? Email us at summerapp@mit.edu.



    We ask you to spread the word about this exciting new opportunity for students interested in experiencing an immersive and adventurous summer program exploring at sea and on land.
    The NMI Summer STEMaritime Program will introduce subjects, concepts and practical applications introducing students to the world of the global maritime industry. The maritime industry drives the global economy and is rapidly expanding. Students will be educated and engaged on several topics in the field and will see first hand the region and industry that built and drives America.
    During this two week program students will:
    One Week at Sea -
    While onboard the Fritha, students will conduct sail training activities, marine biology stations, environmental impact studies and port visits.
    Be a part of the crew!
    One Week on Land -
    While at our campus in Fairhaven, MA, students will conduct lab and near shore boat and science activities, learn how to drive ships in our state of the art simulators, conduct safety at sea drills and experience field trips and local hospitality.
    Field Trip opportunities:
    Boston Freedom Trail and USS Constitution visit
    Marine Science and Industry Organizations
    New Bedford Whaling Museum
    Mystic Seaport
    Salem and Lexington, MA
    JULY 12 - 24
    JULY 26 - AUGUST 7
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    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.




    NYU Online College and Career Prep Programs 

    NYU's immersive online courses and workshops allow high school and middle school students to learn new skills, engage with leading scholars and professionals, and collaborate with classmates from all over the world. Applications are open now!


    High School Academy: Career Edge Program

    These intensive, one-week study options allow you to "try on" careers and serve as an impressive addition to your college application.

    Read more >

    NYU College and
    Career Lab

    NYU College & Career Lab exposes middle school students to a top-tier university and the exciting career opportunities that college can open up in the fields of business, arts, engineering, law and technology.

    Read more >

    More Online NYU Summer Programs



    Penn Summer High School Programs

    Open the Ivy League experience to your students this summer


    Penn Summer High School Programs welcome bright and ambitious high school students who want to experience Ivy League academics with leading faculty and stand out on college applications. With program options available for 2-, 3- or 6-week programs, high school students from around the world can experience summer with Penn.

    • Penn Summer Prep: Experience university level-academics in the 2-week, non-credit program
    • Penn Summer Academies: Dive deep into academic study for 3 intensive weeks in one of the non-credit academies
    • Pre-College Program: Take 6-week for-credit summer courses alongside Penn undergraduates
    Learn more about High School Programs

    Applications are now open, and the deadline for 2021 applications is May 1. Programs fill up quickly; it's not too early to encourage your outstanding students to explore our program options and get in touch with our team!

    Penn Summer High School Programs
    (215) 898-7326



    We are excited to invite your students to register for our Architecture Career Discovery Program, which will be held Monday, July 6 – Friday, July 17, 2020. This two-week class, taught entirely online, is designed to expose students to the experience of enrolling in a high-quality undergraduate architecture program. High school students entering 10th, 11th, and 12th grade in the fall, who are interested in future careers in architecture or design related fields and have a curiosity about the world, are encouraged to apply.

    Course outline: 

    This two-week class, taught entirely online, is designed to expose students to the experience of enrolling in a high-quality undergraduate architecture program. The core of this course is studio work. In studio, students are immersed in a rigorous creative process that starts with an idea, the development of abstract models, and ultimately leads to the design of an exciting and innovative architectural building proposal. Critique and evaluation of studio work is continuous, occurring in one-on-one discussions with the instructor and in larger group reviews with invited architectural critics. Studio work is complemented by a series of lectures and presentations, which explore the broader context of architectural practice, contemporary projects and practitioners, as well as more technical concerns such as drawing and model making. 

    Register Now

    We look forward to working with your students. If you have any questions, please contact the Rensselaer Summer Programs Office at soaps@rpi.edu.



    Your students can take innovative college-level courses this summer through SCAD Rising Star

    Rising Star is a five-week pre-college summer program at SCAD's locations in Atlanta, Hong Kong and Savannah, offering current juniors immersion into a creative environment in which they can expand their portfolios and gain college experience. Students enroll in two SCAD courses, which will reward college credit, and engage in activities each week to get to know their peers, explore SCAD and discover city attractions. This summer, Rising Star is featuring courses in:

    • Advertising and branding 
    • Animation
    • Architecture 
    • Business of beauty and fragrance
    • Equestrian studies 
    • Fashion 
    • Fashion marketing and management 
    • Film and television 
    • Graphic design 
    • Illustration 
    • Immersive reality 
    • Industrial design 
    • Interior design 
    • Motion media design 
    • Painting 
    • Performing arts 
    • Photography 
    • Production design 
    • Sequential art 
    • Social strategy and management 
    • Sound design 
    • Visual effects 
    By successfully completing Rising Star courses, participants earn college credits toward a SCAD degree or may transfer credits to other accepting institutions. Learn more about Rising Star, view session dates, and apply today!
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    Calling all U.S. high school students!

    Interested in learning more about neurodiversity? Want to meet other neurodiversity advocates? Thinking about starting your own advocacy project?

    Apply to the Stanford Neurodiversity Project Research, Education, and Advocacy Camp for High School Students
    (SNP REACH)!


    Application Link: https://tinyurl.com/SNP-REACH-Application 

    What is SNP REACH?

    We’re a free, two-week summer camp for high school students across the U.S. to learn more about neurodiversity advocacy. Together, we will:

    • Learn about the history of the neurodiversity movement

    • Hear from neurodivergent student advocates in both high school and college

    • Learn about the strengths-based model, universal design, and current research around experiences of neurodiversity

    • Create neurodiversity advocacy project ideas for your school or community

    • Build a fun and supportive community around neurodiversity!


    Check out our website for more info: https://med.stanford.edu/neurodiversity/education.html 


    Whether you’re already involved in neurodiversity advocacy, or new to neurodiversity and looking to learn more, we’d love for you to join us! We’ll be meeting over Zoom from Monday, July 19 - Friday, July 30, Monday - Friday from 9 am - 3 pm PDT. 


    Apply at tinyurl.com/SNP-REACH-Application

    Applications are accepted until 

    Sunday, April 18, 11:59 pm PDT.


    **This camp will be held online via Zoom. We’re working to make this camp as engaging and accessible as possible, and we’re excited to continue offering this space to high school students across the U.S.!**


    The summer program is organized by the Stanford Neurodiversity Project, an initiative from the Fung Lab in Stanford’s Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences. 


    Questions? Reach out to snp-reach-oc@stanford.edu

    The University of Chicago | Summer Session
    As spring approaches and flowers begin to bloom, hopefully your students’ summer plans are blossoming too! When they come to you for advice on ways to make the most of their summer, we hope you’ll encourage them to apply to a Summer Session program at the University of Chicago!

    UChicago’s Summer Session programs offer a wide range of academic and experiential opportunities for high school students. From digging for dinosaur bones in Wyomingto in the nation’s third largest city, your students will have the chance to develop their passions and expand their horizons. As part of the Admissions Academy, included with every program, they can also learn the ins and outs of the admissions process at selective colleges!

    Admissions for UChicago’s Summer Session programs are rolling, so the sooner students submit their applications, the better chance they have of being placed into their top-choice course!




    Dear Lisa,

    Thank you so much for all you do and the many roles you play in preparing students for college and success! As you continue your important work, we’d like to help by sharing with you an academic resource that you can offer to rising sophomores, juniors, and seniors to aid them in their path to future achievement. 

    The University of Chicago’s online summer pre-college programs draw from the multidisciplinary emphasis and intellectual richness of the College’s Core curriculum. Whether it’s economics, biology, or art history, students can find a formative college-level experience this summer. We offer a variety of courses in diverse subject areas and engagement levels that match any motivated high school student. Programs include:
    • Immersion: Through workshop discussions, research projects, and other activities, students can immerse themselves within a specific topic through these three-week long undergraduate-level intensive courses designed for pre-college students by UChicago faculty and instructors. Course subjects include astrophysics, biotechnology, coding, data science, economics, literature, molecular engineering, political science, psychology, and more.
    • Summer Language Institute: Through this program, students can learn an entire year of language in one summer! Whether they want to learn a new language or continue learning a language, the Summer Language Institute is a great way to delve deeply into another culture and another world and acquire a useful skill. With more than 10 languages offered at varying levels, they’re sure to find a language that speaks to them.
    • Scholarship Programs!We are thrilled to be able to offer students the opportunity to enroll in a college-level course free of charge through our Scholarship Programs, such as Emerging Rural LeadersLatin American Phoenix ScholarsNeubauer Family Adelante Summer ScholarsPolice & Fire Summer Scholars, the UWC Global Academy, and Woodson Summer Scholars. Our selected scholarship students will also benefit from co-curricular programming to prepare them for the highly selective admissions process. Outside of the Scholarship Programs, all Summer Session students can apply for need-based financial aid. All students enrolled in Summer Session can also participate in the Admissions Academy, a series of workshops that focus on the holistic admissions process to provide insights on admissions to highly selective colleges and universities and offer essay writing tips.
    Students should apply by February 24th for the best selection of courses! 
    To learn about our Summer Session programs, the unique intellectual experiences available to high school students, or more on the courses we offer, please visit us at summer.uchicago.edu or reach out to us at summersession@uchicago.edu with any questions.


    UC Berkeley Summer Programs


    On behalf of The Earth and Planetary Science (EPS) Department at UC Berkeley, I am thrilled to invite your students to take our 2020 Earth and Planetary Science Summer Session Courses. We will be offering 6 courses this summer. All UC Berkeley summer classes will be online and taught via remote instruction. We welcome students at all locations to take our courses. 

    Please take a look at the list of EPS Summer Course Offerings and click on the links for more information about each course: 


    Berkeley Business Academy for Youth 

    B-BAY Summer 2021 Application                     

    Applicants are accepted on a rolling basis and will recieve a response within 10 business days of applying. The final deadline to apply is April 1st, 2021 at 5pm PST.


    B-BAY is excited to share that we have added a virtual High School summer program to our programming. The curriculum for the high school program is designed for that grade level and offers students a bridge to developing new skills and interests, successful academic and personal behaviors, identifying areas of interest and strength and a place to be with their friends in a fun, productive and safe environment,
    The high school Entrepreneurship Program will host two sessions;  Session I: July 11-23, 2021 Session II: July 25- August 6, 2021. Please see the attached flyer..
    If you have any questions or comments please contact Tara Aranha at BBAY@berkeley.edu or Olive Davis, B-BAY Director, at omdavis@berkeley.edu.  


    UCI Division of Continuing Education

    High School Summer Programs at UCI

    Taught by UCI faculty and leading practitioners, high school students can benefit from practical learning to advance academic and professional skills in a variety of interests. What a great way for them to gain a college experience while enhancing their college resume.

    • Explore areas of study aligned with career interests
    • Study alongside local and international peers*
    • Experience learning like a law student**
    UCI Division of Continuing Education offers the following two programs in summer:
    Experience University Research*
    Choose from hands-on courses in some of UCI’s most popular academic areas of study, including Engineering, Business, Environmental Policy & Technology, Finance, Writing, JavaScript, Esports, and AI & Machine Learning

    • Designed for ages 15 and up

    High School Summer Institute in Law**
    Offered by UCI School of Law, students are introduced to the legal system in the contest of students’ rights while they gain practice in public speaking, persuasion, negotiation and legal analysis

    • Designed for juniors and seniors
    • Scholarships available
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    Experience University Research
    (949) 824-5991 or ApplyEUR@ce.uci.edu
    High School Summer Institute in Law

    Gina Cho, program coordinator
    (949) 824-4598 or gina.cho@uci.edu

    About the Program
    This intensive summer program is designed for highly motivated, talented high school students who wish to gain a deep understanding of investments and financial planning. Acclaimed faculty from the UCI Paul Merage School of Business partner with industry experts to deliver a unique learning environment through a combination of case studies, group projects, online simulations and student presentations. The program culminates in the creation of a personal wealth management plan by each student, paving the way for a lifelong plan of financial success.
    Learn from UCI MBA Professors
    Some of the topics include:
    • Wealth Creation
    • Stock Portfolios
    • Investing in U.S. Financial Markets
    • U.S. Tax System
    (Some of) Our Professors
    Professor Chris Schwarz, PhD
    • Full time MBA professor
    • Faculty Director, Center for Investment and Wealth Management
    Feroz Ansari, MBA, MIM, CFP
    • Adjunct MBA professor
    • Senior Principal & Portfolio Manager, Compak Asset Management
    The Center for Investment and Wealth Management | The Paul Merage School of , Business, UC Irvine , 4293 Pereira Drive Suite 3401,
    Irvine, CA 92697-3125



    Hello from the UCLA Game Lab

    High School Summer Institute!

    We’re writing to encourage high-school-aged students you may know (or maybe yourself!) to consider applying for the upcoming UCLA Game Lab Summer Institute Program this summer!

    The UCLA Game Lab Summer Institute introduces high school students to game-making as an artistic practice, teaching them techniques and tools to develop analog and digital games that reflect their own creative vision. No previous game-making skills are required!  Students with an interest in games and visual arts will find the curriculum especially rewarding. Students who complete the coursework receive 4 units of college credit!

    This summer we will have two identical sessions of the program—both delivered in an online, virtual-classroom format due to Covid-19 precautions:

    • Session A: Monday, July 12 - Friday, July 23, 2021 (weekdays)

    • Session B: Monday, July 26 - Friday, August 6, 2021 (weekdays)

    The Summer Institute program is committed to diversity, and we welcome students of all cultural, racial, gender, linguistic, geographic, and socioeconomic backgrounds and physical abilities. Scholarships are available for students, as well (see below).

    Enrollment is open now—and tends to fill up pretty quickly! To register and enroll directly, please visit UCLA Summer Sessions on the web.

    Develop technical and creative skills by making game art!

    Students in the program develop an aesthetic and technical foundation in various aspects of game design, and begin learning how to express their own personal ideas through game-making. 

    Taught by alumni of the internationally renowned UCLA Game Lab, the two-week program leads students through four, hands-on courses in game development. These classes focus on: 

    • Learning the fundamentals of game design

    • Creating compelling game characters

    • Building game worlds

    • Programming/coding games

    Prepare for college… and beyond!

    By the end of the two weeks, students will have created complete games or game assets in each of the four classes. Completed student work is exhibited after the program is over via a gallery-like website installation for students and their parents to enjoy. Students will finish the program with game art samples they can include in their college-application art portfolios.

    The institute also provides students with a rare opportunity to receive feedback that will prove invaluable to academic and career considerations, and earn 4 units of pass/no pass UC credit. 

    Scholarships available

    Two scholarship paths are potentially available for students who register. Qualified students in the state of California are eligible for Summer Scholars Support, a need and merit based scholarship offered by the UCLA Summer Sessions Office. A limited number of full and partial scholarships are available to support enrollment in a single academic course or eligible Precollege Summer Institutes.

    The Diversity in Games scholarship, offered by the Game Lab Summer Institute, is a merit-based scholarship that reimburses 50 percent of the program fee for selected students. The intent of the scholarship is to ensure diversity and to assist students who may face cultural or historical biases in fields related to games and technology. Please visit UCLA Summer Sessions Financial Aid for more details.


    About the UCLA Game Lab

    The Summer Institute program is sponsored by the UCLA Game Lab, a creative and research-based center that approaches game development as a discipline combining technology and the arts. The lab specializes in using game technology for experimental and expressive applications and enables designers of all backgrounds to start making games. Founded in 2009 by artist and game designer Eddo Stern, a professor in the Department of Design Media Arts, the lab is sponsored by UCLA’s School of the Arts and Architecture and the School of Theater, Film, and Television. 

    If you would like to learn more about the lab’s mission or to see the work of our student artists, please visit us on web at games.ucla.edu. For more information—or to schedule a campus visit (post-Covid)—please email Tyler Stefanich (tyler@games.ucla.edu), Game Lab Manager. If you work with high school students, we would encourage you to book a group visit with us to introduce your students to the lab and our Summer Institute program!


    Enroll in the Summer Institute today!

    For complete information about the program—and to register/enroll—please visit our program at the UCLA Summer Sessions website. Space is limited, so please be sure to complete your enrollment as soon as possible!

    Please let us know if you have any questions by emailing us at the addresses below. Thank you very much for your consideration—and we hope you encourage high schoolers with creative interests to enroll in the UCLA Game Lab Summer Institute!


    Tyler Stefanich

    David O’Grady

    Co-Directors, UCLA Game Lab Summer Institute

    UCLA Game Lab Summer Sessions 

    UCLA Game Lab


      University of Delaware  

    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.

    UD application
    Though the priority application deadline for the University of Delaware has passed, there is still time for students to submit their application to UD as well as to the UD Honors Program—but they must do so soon.*

    For more information on our application process, visit: www.udel.edu/admissions.

    Campus visits
    Campus visits are open. Students and groups can schedule a tour of campus on our website. Visiting allows students to get a sense of the campus, talk to counselors and current students, and find out more about the application process.

    If you have any questions, you can contact your UD admissions counselor directly or our office at admissions@udel.edu or 302-831-8123. You may also find answers to some of your questions on our School Counselor webpage. And you can view updates to student applications at slate.org.

    We’re here to help.

    *Scholarship availability may be limited.

    University of Delaware   •   Newark, DE 19716   •   USA  •   (302) 831-8123   •   udel.edu/admissions
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    USC School of Cinematic Arts


    Dear Counselors,

    We hope this note finds you healthy and in good spirits. 

    As we move towards the summer season, I want to take this opportunity to let you know that our USC School of Cinematic Arts Summer Program is again online for Summer 2021 and is available for your students to apply. With the student success of last summer, we’re thrilled for the opportunity to open our doors up once more to a diverse and engaging Summer 2021 student cohort.

    Our courses cover topics from all the divisions within the School of Cinematic Arts and are taught by current USC faculty who teach during the full-time sessions. All classes are for USC college credit and may be transferred to any university with an official university transcript. Some of our more popular classes include: Filmmaking Online, Beginning Screenwriting, Inside the Business of Film & Television, and Animation Fundamentals.

    Applicants must be of ages 16 & above and in good standing to be considered. Below is a link to our program where our available classes can be reviewed as well as a few testimonials from former students: 

    If an applicant has specific questions about a course or the process, questions can be emailed directly to summer@cinema.usc.edu.

    Thank you for taking the time to review this note! We hope we have the opportunity to work with one of your students this year!


    David Weitzner
    USC School of Cinematic Arts Summer Program 

    Ty Strickler
    Assistant Director 
    USC School of Cinematic Arts Summer Program 



    Videos about the Experience 

    USC Summer Program - Annabella Vaca

     USC Summer Program - Ethan Jones



    WashU offers several summer programs for high school students that allow them to experience university life inside the classroom and beyond! 

    Students in their first three years of high school will have the chance to build valuable academic and career skills, while also living on campus and making lifelong friendships and memories. 

    We encourage you to check out our summer programs in business, art, architecture, math, science, and many others! Please share these opportunities with your students. If you have any questions about a particular summer program, you may contact the hosting school directly. If you have general questions about our summer opportunities, feel free to reach out to us by phone at (314)-935-6000 or (800)-638-0700 or by email at admissions@wustl.edu.

    We hope to see your students on campus this summer! 

    Washington University in St. Louis
    One Brookings Drive, St. Louis, MO 63130
    (314) 935-6000 | (800) 638-0700 | admissions@wustl.edu
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    Summer 2021 is right around the corner!
    Join us for an academically rigorous, socially enriched summer experience. Dive into an area of study at the university level, led by USC faculty, with classmates from around the world! Explore our course options and deepen your knowledge on a particular subject or discover something completely new while earning college credit. 
    Whether your interests are decidedly in business and engineering or acting and creative writing, there's a wide-range of courses and subjects for you to explore!
    We will open our application in January and will provide details on planned course delivery at that time — on campus and/or online. Program details, including daily schedules, will be posted to the website throughout the coming months.
    Be sure and sign up for our mailing list to be notified of program updates and when the application is available. 
    If you have any questions or would like to connect to Summer Programs staff, please reach out to summer@usc.edu.
    Fight On!
    Our summer courses for high school students will run
    from June 13 to July 10, 2021.


    The University of Southern California School o Architecture is pleased to announce the 40th year of an exciting opportunity for high school students to explore their interest and aptitude related to architecture and design: EXPLORATION OF ARCHITECTURE
    USC, like many schools of architecture with a five-year professional degree program, requires students to declare architecture as a major upon application, and includes architecture courses in the first year of the college curriculum. This early commitment to architecture can be daunting to freshmen. We have created the program to inform students and assist them in making academic and career decisions. 

    Our virtual four-week program (June 14th- July 9th) offers three units of college course credit, providing motivated high school students with a head start on their college education. Our rigorous two-week virtual program (June 14th- June 25th) offers students a glimpse into design thinking and architectural education with a shorter time commitment. Both options provide an invaluable opportunity to meet other inquisitive students while honing design and critical- thinking skills. Students with a wide range of interest find the exposure to architectural design enlightening, stimulating, and fun.

    USC greatly appreciates your assistance in bringing the program to the attention of teachers and students. Application information may be found at USC Summer Programs. If further information is needed, please contact us at the USC School of Architecture.

    You are receiving this message because the University has received applications from your students. We hope your students will join the thousands of high school students who have enrolled in the USC Exploration of Architecture program for close to forty years. It is a program we have designed to be both fun and intellectually stimulating. We look forward to hearing from you and your students. 


    Summer Scope:
    Student Scene
    While a #USCSummer is different for each student, there is one shared experience as a Trojan. Discover. Engage. Thrive.
    Take a minute, dive into stories from our alumni, and discover what your Summer 2021 could be!
    Alumni Spotlight:
    Students in the News
    This past summer high school senior Asjia Roberson of Redondo Union completed our Exploration of Architecture course. Now, as a USC commit, she shares her journey to USC and her passion for lacrosse.
    Holiday Hours - Office Closed:
    December 21, 2020 - January 1, 2021
    2021 Application Launch:
    January 2021

    The Summer Immersion Program at Wake Forest University is an immersive, week-long experience for rising high school sophomores, juniors, seniors and incoming college freshmen designed to provide an introduction to college life and the opportunity to explore a potential career pathway or field of study.

    Program Highlights:
    • Explore a Career Pathway or Major: Students choose from 19 specialized institutes and learn from industry professionals and Wake Forest faculty.
      • Animation
      • Biosciences and Engineering
      • Business
      • Debate and Public Advocacy
      • Documentary Film
      • Entrepreneurship
      • Finance and Investing
      • Health and Exercise Science
      • Health and Wellbeing
      • Neuroscience
      • Law
      • Leadership
      • Medicine
      • Policy and Politics
      • Psychology
      • Sports Marketing
      • Sports Medicine
      • Technology
      • Virtual Reality
    • Prepare for College: Students experience college life by living in the dorms, eating in the dining hall, and participating in a campus tour and admissions information session.
    • Build Your Network: Students engage with peers from all over the world and build relationships with our Academic Leaders who are experts and faculty members in various fields of study.
    How to Apply:
    To apply, encourage students to visitimmersion.summer.wfu.eduand complete the free, online application. The application requires a recommendation from a teacher, guidance counselor or principal, and the completion of two short essays. Applications are open and reviewed on a rolling admissions basis.