• Click HERE for a HUGE list of Summer Opportunities in a variety of fields; this is an amazing resource, if you're intersted in Summer Opportunities, be sure to check out this link!!
    Barnard College Pre-College Programs (New York City, NY)
    We are offering five exciting progarms for Summer 2018 for rising junior and senior girls.  For detailed information including cost of each program, go to www.barnard.edu/summer:
    • Summer in the City (4 weeks): Students choose two from an array of subjects including writing, literature, science, art, theatre, film studies, psychology, architecture, religion, plitical science and more.  Workshops relating both to college and admissions as well as post-college exploration are included
    • Liberal Arts Intensive (1 week): Intensive study in a subject coshen from a broad spectrum of classes
    • Young Women's Leadership Institute (9 days): Intensive and interactive residential program that focuses on leadership and gender studies
    • Dance in the City (11 days): Residential intensive including dance performances across the city, technique classes at the Ailey Extension at the Joan Weill Center for Dance and dance-related academics at Barnard
    • Athena Summer Innovation Institute (10 days): A transformative experience for young women who would like to learn from dynamic entrepreneurs about successfully creating and marketing their own startups and creating innovative social change
    Carnegie Mellon University Summer Pre-College Programs (Pittsburgh, PA)
    Join us for our pre-college summer programs in Fine Arts: Architecture, Art, Design, Drama, Music or the National High School Game Academy.  Dates are June 30-August 11, 2018.  Go to admission.enrollment.cmu.edu/pages/pre-college for more information and to apply!
    Cornell University Summer College (Ithaca, NY)
    Join us at Cornell this summer for our award-winning 2, 3 and 6 week programs.  Choose from programs in Architecture & Art, Business & Leadership, Computer Science, Design & Fashion, Engineering & Robotics, Internationl Relations, Veterinary Medicine and many more!  For more information, go to summercollege.cornell.edu
    Furman University Summer Scholars Program (Greenville, SC)
    Furman University invites rising juniors and seniors to participate in classes led by some of our favorite professors, live on compus and get a taste of college life.  Challenge your mind, make new friends and have fun while taking part in lectures, discussions, debates, laboratory research, field trips, group and individual project and so much more!  Two sessions: July 8-14 and July 15-21.  Application Deadline: May 1, 2018.  One week session: $1200; two-week session: $2200.  Go to furman.edu/summerscholars for more information and to register.
    Marist Summer Pre-College Programs (Poughkeepsie, NY)
    We are offering two sessions of courses in specific subject areas, as follows, for rising juniors and seniors.  For more information and to register, go to www.marist.edu/precollege
    1. Session I: July 1-14, 2018 - Business, Fashion Merchandising I, Criminal Justice, Film & TV Production, Environmental Science, Game Design, Fashion Design I, Theatre
    2. Session II: July 15-28, 2018 - Creative Writing, Fashion Merchandising II, Cybersecurity, History, Psychology, Entrepreneurship, Pre-Health, Sports Communication, Fashion Design II, Pre-Law
    PACAC Camp College (locations near Philadelphia and Pittsburgh)
    Camp College is an intensive three day/two night workshop designed for 60 rising high school seniors and juniors. Paired with mentors, participants will learn about all aspects of the college search and application process, experience life in the residence halls, learn about financial aid, standardized test exams and have a lot of fun! At the end of Camp College, we expect that the students will be equipped with the tools to navigate the college application process.  Camp College East will be held at Cabrini College July 24-26 and Camp College West will be held at Allegheny College July 17-19.  For more information and to sign up, go to http://www.pacac.org/camp-college  Deadline to sign up is April 15, 2018, there are only 60 spots, so sign up early!
    Penn State Harrisburg STEM Summer Enrichment Program (Middletown, PA)
    Penn State Harrisburg School of Science, Engineering and Technology is pleased to announce that applications for the 2018 STEM Summer Enrichment Program (SEP) are now available. STEM SEP is a free, two week program for local high school students designed to improve their knowledge through hands-on activities in a variety of STEM areas including; mathematics, computer science, physics, chemistry, biology, civil engineering, mechanical engineering and electrical engineering.  The program will also include field trips, demonstrations, experiments, projects and assistance in learning how to conduct scientific presentations. Students will receive a calculator and other training materials.  Application details are available on our website at: https://harrisburg.psu.edu/science-engineering-technology/STEM/summer-STEM-program . The deadline to apply is Friday, February 18. 2018 by 5:00 p.m.  Click HERE for program flyer.
    Pratt PreCollege Program (Brooklyn, NY)
    Each summer, Pratt Institue's PreCollege program welcomes nearly 400 high school sophomores, juniors and seniors to our Brooklyn campus for nearly one month, where they encounter life as an art and design college student.  Upon completion of the summer program, students receive four elective credits accepted t Pratt and most colleges and universities. Classes are led by Pratt's renowned faculty of working artists and professional designers.  The program culminates in an exhibition of student work curated in gallery spaces throughout campus.  Dates are July 2-27, 2018, cost is approximatley $6,600.  For more information and to apply, go to pratt.edu/precollege
    Washington University in St. Louis High School Summer Scholars Program (St. Louis, MO)
    In our High School Summer Scholars Program, students have the opportunity to enroll in courses for credit and study alongside undergraduates.  Students select from a broad range of stimulating introductory courses in the humanities, math, sciences and social sciences.  High School Summer Scholars live on campus in one of our top-ranked, air-conditioned residence halls.  In addition to coursework, students participate in college-readiness seminars, academic support groups, workshops and a variety of weekend and evening social events.  Scholarship assistance is available for students who demonstrate financial need.  We offer three sessions: June 10-July 14 ($8,085); July 15-August 17 ($8,085); June 10-August 4 ($10,585).  Go to summerexperiences.wustl.edu to register and for more information.  Deadeline for applications is April 1, 2018.
    Washington University in St. Louis High School Summer Institutes (St. Louis, MO)
    Students in our High School Summer Institutes live on campus and participate in a number of activities outside of class including college-readiness seminars, workshops, and a variety of weekend outings and social events.  Scholarship assistance is available for students who demonstrate financial need.  We offer the following institutes:
    Pre-Medical: June 10-29 or July 15-August 3 ($5,585)
    Pre-Engineering: June 10-29 or July 15-August 3 ($5,585)
    Creative Writing: July 1-13 ($3,885)
    Humanities: July 1-13 ($3,885)
    Global Leadership: July 1-13 ($3,885)
    Environmental Studies: July 1-13 ($3,885)
    Philosophy, Neuroscience and Psychology: July 1-13 ($3,885)
    Young Leaders: August 5-11 ($1,985)
    Go to summerexperineces.wustl.edu to register and for more information.  Deadline for applications is April 1, 2018.
    Wildlife Leadership Academy (Lewisburg, PA)
    We are looking for highly motivated students ages 14-17 to become conservation ambassadors through one of our 5-day resedential summer field schools in either white-tailed deer, bass, brook trout, ruffed grouse, turkey or black bear.  As a conservation ambassador, you will contribute to create a sustained wildlife, fisheries and natural resource legacy for future generations.  For more information on this program, go to http://wildlifeleadershipacademy.org/ .  Please note, students must be nominated by their school counselor to participate in this program, so if you are intersted, see your counselor to be nominated!