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Summer Program Opportunities

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  1. Summer Program Opportunities A snapshot overview of some of the best summer programs available to DV students

  2. Why so early? • Application deadlines begin in early February and March • Some deadlines are even earlier • Scholarship opportunities • The earlier you apply, the better chance you have of receiving a scholarship

  3. Why summer programs? • Something to do over the summer • Hone your interests, explore new things • Experience college during high school • Meet a lot of people • Have fun!

  4. ASU Barrett Summer Scholars • ASU, Tempe • 8th & 9th grade: $1200 for 3 weeks. • Classes offered: Engineering, Architecture, Biology, Computer Digital Animation, & Human Event • Month of June • www.asu.edu/barrettsummer

  5. EPGY Summer Institutes • Stanford University • Dates: Sessions last from June to July and from July to August • $4,200 for sessions 1&2; $5,400 for session 2E

  6. EPGY Summer Institutes (continued) • 3-4 week residential program on the Stanford Campus • Students study a specific course taught by Stanford instructors: math, science, writing, humanities, computer science, engineering, business, legal studies. • http://epgy.stanford.edu/summer/highschoolprogram.html

  7. Astrocamp • Idyllwild, CA • $1,700 • Activities include telescopes, rock climbing, scuba • http://www.astrocamp.org/astrocampexplorer/aedatescost.html

  8. Carleton Liberal Arts Experience • Northfield, MN • All expense paid! • Nominations and applications due late March, early April (see website) • Numerous classes available • http://apps.carleton.edu/summer/clae/

  9. YAWPYoung Adult Writing Project • ASU • The month of June • $300 per student • summer writing project for students grades 8-12 students integrate meaningful and authentic writing into their life work. • See ASU Community Connect for details.

  10. National Institute of Health Summer Internship in Biomedical Research • Laboratories located on several campuses throughout U.S. • Students must be 16 yrs or older. • Deadline to apply: late February, early March. • Students who have been accepted into a college or university may also apply. • Program lasts 8 weeks

  11. NIHcontinued • “The Summer Internship Program (SIP) at the NIH provides an opportunity to spend the summer working side-by-side with some of the leading scientists in the world in an environment devoted exclusively to biomedical research.” • You get a stipend! • http://www.training.nih.gov/student/sip/index.asp

  12. University of Arizona Summer of Excellence • UofA in Tucson • Take an intro college class at UofA and earn college credit • Sessions are in June and July • Less than $2,000 • Deadline: see website • Two sessions • www.soe.honors.arizona.edu/

  13. Summer Internship Program (SIP)High School Biotechnology • ASU in Tempe • 6-week summer program • More information will be available later this month • http://www.biodesign.asu.edu/outreach/internship/

  14. Other Programs: Write these sites down • www.aidsummer.org • www.nslcleaders.org • http://www.ams.org/employment/mathcamps.html • http://www.cogito.org/Programs/programslist.aspx?summerprograms • http://www.princetonreview.com/college/research/summerprograms/