Summer Program Opportunities

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Kansas State - College of Health and Human Science

Health Professions Summer Program

July 10, 2022

K-State's Manhattan Campus


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UC Berkeley Pre-College Program

Summer Virtual track

Application Deadline: June 6, 2022


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Online Information Sessions

April 6 - 5:00 PM (PST)

May 10 - 5:00 PM (PST)


https://myapp.berkeley.edu/portal/pre-college

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Susquehanna University Pre-College Programs

The Summer Pre-College Programs at Susquehanna showcase the university’s colleges of the arts, business, humanities and sciences by offering exciting and engaging, weeklong on-campus workshops designed especially for high-achieving high school students. Faculty and college student mentors challenge high schoolers who want to learn new skills, improve their abilities or explore topics that can add to their college résumé.

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Global Challenges Summer Camp

The Global Challenges Summer Camp is an opportunity for high school students to engage with environmental issues by creating community with faculty members, college mentors, and elementary-aged youth in Lincoln. Since the best way to learn is to teach, high school students will work alongside UNL students to innovate create hands-on activities and appropriate environmental lessons to help Nebraska youth understand environmental challenges and become environmental stewards.


July 18-30

University of Nebraska - Lincoln campus

Rising 11th and 12th graders


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Ignite Summer Bridge Program

Universal Technical Institute's three-week Ignite Summer Bridge Program allows students to gain industry-recognized experience, as well as earn course credit toward an education at UTI if they choose to enroll after graduating high school.


Dates:

June 27-July 15

July 18-August 5


Register Here

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Youth Interior Design Forum

The Youth Interior Design Forum (YIDF) is a workshop open to high school students of any grade level and gives them the opportunity to experience interior design firsthand. The workshop blends tradition and innovation in creative learning, covering areas in applied critical thinking and exploration with materials. During the workshop, students explore the fundamentals of 2D and 3D concepts, learn basic drawing and illustration skills, play with color use and light effects, and learn how interior environments affect human behavior. Upon completion, students will have a portfolio of work (a required component for the application for many accredited college interior design programs), an official certificate of completion, and a waiver for an interior design 3-credit hour elective course if the student decides to apply and major in Interior Design at Ball State University.


Date:

July 11-July 29


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