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Check out these Summer Programs!
FSU Young Scholars Program
The Young Scholars Program (YSP) is a six-week residential science and mathematics summer program for Florida high school students with significant potential for careers in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.
Florida Southern Entrepreneurship & Free Enterprise Summer Program
This four-day event gives you an in-depth look at the free enterprise system and the principles of entrepreneurship. Working with other students, Florida Southern’s business faculty, and leading professionals, you’ll experience how the free market-driven economy operates—and how it thrives because of entrepreneurs.
We’re offering this program at no cost. Simply apply and reserve your spot!
Neubauer Family Summer Scholars
Top students engaged in Hispanic and Latino communities can participate in a University of Chicago Summer Session course free of charge.
Selected students will receive a full scholarship to live on campus and participate in one of two exciting Summer Session Insight courses: Collegiate Writing: Awakening Into Consciousness or Contagion: Infectious Agents and Emerging Diseases. The scholarship covers tuition for the course, room and board, residential and student life fees, and the cost of travel to and from campus. Students will also engage with the city of Chicago and participate in college application workshops led by the Office of College Admissions.
Rensselaer Preface Summer Program
The Rensselaer PREFACE Program is a two-week residential summer experience for talented high school sophomores and juniors who have expressed a strong, early interest in pursuing a career in the engineering and technological professions. Tuition, fees, room and board for the two week session are all paid for by corporate sponsors.
UNC Chapel Hill Project Uplift
Project Uplift is a unique opportunity that enables high-achieving rising seniors to experience college life on the Carolina campus. Students spend two days attending academic classes, meeting with faculty and staff, interacting with Carolina students, and participating in cultural and social activities.
Bank of America Student Leaders Program
U of Miami Summer Diversity Scholarship
The University of Miami Summer Scholars Program provides an exciting opportunity for current high school sophomores and juniors to explore their academic passions and experience what it’s like to be a college student.
Naval Academy Summer Seminar
The United States Naval Academy Summer Seminar is a fast-paced, six-day experience for high achievers who have completed their junior year in high school. Summer Seminar teaches you about life at the Naval Academy, where academics, athletics, and professional training play equally important roles in developing our nation's leaders.
UF Young Entrepreneurs Summer Program
From June 19th through July 25th 2016 program participants will take two college-level courses at UF: ENT4934 - Exploring Entrepreneurship & SYG2010 - Social Problems & Solutions.
Participants will also complete 60+ hours of community service (towards the 100 hour requirement for Bright Futures Scholarships).
USF Stem for Scholars Program
The 2016 USF STEM for Scholars Program is in its 37th year. It is open to bright high school students entering grades 9 through 12. The four-week program seeks to expand student academic horizons, challenge them to become critical thinkers, prepare them for exciting careers in STEM fields, and inspire them to be creative problem-solvers.
George Washington University pre-college summer program
Caminos al Futuro is a fully-funded summer scholarship program that engages high-achieving juniors (rising seniors) from U.S. high schools in a residential academic leadership development program at the George Washington University. This program is part of the Cisneros Hispanic Leadership Institute sponsored by GW alumnus Gilbert Cisneros and his wife, Jacki.
This program seeks to cultivate leadership potential and scholarship in rising seniors who desire to shape issues impacting Hispanic and Latinx communities. Caminos al Futuro scholars will get a chance to examine the political, economic and social transformations impacting Hispanic and Latino communities nationwide by: