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      Cale Driving Academy

      The program helps low income individuals in Pinellas County meet DMV requirements and complete a comprehensive driver’s education and training course in order to obtain a Florida driver’s license.

      Who is eligible?

      • Low income teens
      • Young adults between 15-25 years old

      Program Overview

      • 4-Hour Traffic Law and Substance Abuse Education Course (TLSAE/DATE) in class, online or onsite group class available (Required to get permit)
      • Instructor-led Driver’s Education 30-hour class at our Clearwater or St. Petersburg facility. We also offer onsite classes in Pinellas County.
      • Four, 1.5 hour one-on-one driving lessons in our state-licensed driver training vehicle
      • Road test in a Suncoast Safety Council vehicle
      • Reminder that Student Services Department staff will need to give students a referral to this program

      FLYER:  Cale Driving Academy

      Florida Elks Youth Camp

      We’re actively searching for students who’re interested in spending their summer changing the life of a child and themselves.

      We’re hiring for two primary position at our camp, Counselors-In-Training(CIT) and Counselors. CITs are 16 or 17-year-olds staff. They’re there to assist the Counselor with the campers, but they’ll also receive training on other aspects of their job and life. They receive $100 a week for hours they work and they also receive community service hours for the time they are assisting, and not the one directly in charge.

      Counselors must be 18-years-old by the time campers arrive June 9th.  They’re responsible for their cabin of 7 campers, and partially responsible for the development of their CIT. They receive $300 a week for this.

      Camp info:

      We’re an 8-week non-profit residential camp in Umatilla (Central), Florida.  We do a week of staff training, and 7 one-week sessions of camp.  We see about 336 campers every week between the ages of 9-13.  Almost all of our campers come from the state of Florida, which makes us different than many camps out there.  This season we run June 2nd to July 27th.

      Any staff who works for us become eligible to apply for the Van Duren Scholarship.  This scholarship is up to $5,000 a year for 4-years.  Every year is a new year, so a student has the opportunity to get more money every year based on their academic and personal performance.

      FLYER:  Florida Elks Youth Camp (Summer Job)

      WEBSITE:  https://floridaelks.org/camp/

      APPLY:  https://feyc.campintouch.com/ui/forms/application/staff/App

      Goodwill's Junior Ambassadors of Goodwill Program (JAG)

      Our Junior Ambassadors of Goodwill (j.a.g.) program offers Pinellas, Hillsborough, Polk and Marion County high school students a structured week-long summer volunteer program or a structured weekend volunteer program. High school students may enroll in the summer program, weekend program, or both. Must be 14 or older.

      JAG Brochure

      JAG Student Handbook

      WEBSITE:  https://goodwill-suncoast.org/high-school-student-volunteers/


      Suddath RelocationTransportation Company

      • Looking for 2 administrative interns
      • Internship starts June 3rd
      • 20 hours per week, 7 weeks at $8.46/hour
      • 4756 122nd Avenue North, Clearwater Fl 33762
      • Email Resumes to Rosanne Cravin to rcravin@suddath.com
      • 727-394-3118
      • Duties: general clerical/administrative services i.e. filing, scanning, some paperwork audit, answer phones etc.

      McManus & McManus, P.A.

      • 1 Administrative Assistant
      • Internship starts June 3rd
      • 20 hours per week, 7 weeks at $8.46/hour
      • 79 Overbrook Blvd., Largo, FL 33770
      • Email resumes to Mary McManus Taylor, president of the company, at mtaylor@mcmanusestateplanning.com
      • (727) 584-2128
      • Duties: answer telephone, organize files, scan files, support staff and attorneys.

      Lighthouse of Pinellas—not-for-profit company

      • Looking for 2 administrative assistants
      • 20 hours per week, 7 weeks at $8.46/hour
      • Internship starts June 3rd
      • Email resumes to Jason Druding, strategic services director, at jdruding@lhpfl.org
      • 727-544-4433
      • Duties: assist with Social Media Posting, possibly content writing (stories about clients), answering phones, conducting thank you calls to donors and sponsors, assisting with clients, light filing, assisting in computer labs.

      Central Pinellas Chamber of Commerce—not-for-profit company

      • Looking for 1 Membership Outreach Intern
      • 20 hours per week, 7 weeks at $8.46/hour
      • Internship starts June 3rd
      • 801 West Bay Drive, Suite 602, Largo, FL 33770
      • Email resumes to Kelvin Mack at Events@centralchamber.biz
      • 727-584-2321
      • Duties: contact chamber business members to update information in the central database and website. Administrative help.

      Mangsen Law, PLLC

      • Looking for 2 administrative assistants
      • 20 hours per week, 7 weeks at $8.46/hour
      • Internship starts June 3rd
      • 1695 East Bay Drive, Largo, FL 33771
      • Email resumes to Marcia Engle, Director of Community Relations, at marcia@mangsenlaw.com
      • Duties: assisting in copying, faxing, mail preparation, newsletter production, filing, answering phone

      Myrtha Dubois Coaching Consulting 

      • Looking for 2 administrative assistants
      • 20 hours per week, 7 weeks at $8.46/hour
      • Internship starts June 3rd
      • 2333 Feather Sound Dr. Clearwater Florida 33762
      • 954 559 1932
      • Email resumes to Myrtha Dubois at Dubusiness101@gmail.com
      • myrthadubois.com (website)
      • Duties: administrative tasks like phone calls, respond to emails, social media follow up, posts.

      Kane’s Furniture Corporation

      • Looking for 1 administrative assistants
      • 20 hours per week, 7 weeks at $8.46/hour
      • Internship starts June 3rd
      • 5700 70th Ave North, Pinellas Park
      • 727-545-9555
      • Email resumes to Robert Gould at jgould@kanesfurniture.com
      • Duties: Assist with Social Media Posting, possibly content writing (stories about clients), answering phones, conducting thank you calls to donors and sponsors, assisting with clients, light filing, assisting in computer labs

      Weisner Insurance Network

      • Looking for 1 administrative assistants
      • 20 hours per week, 7 weeks at $8.46/hour
      • Internship starts June 3rd
      • 550 E Bay Dr. Largo, FL 33770
      • 727-530-3006
      • Email resumes to John Hibbard at john@winfl.com
      • Duties: Answer Phones, quoting insurance, scanning, interacting with clients

      Keys to Independence Academy

      A state funded program that covers the costs associated with driver’s education and fees related to getting a Florida Driver’s License as well as motor vehicle insurance.

      Who is eligible?

      • In foster care, such as group home, residing with a relative/caregiver, etc
      • Between ages 15-21
      • Meet DMV requirements for application of a Florida Learner’s Permit or Driver’s License
      • Have approval of the appropriate caregiver

      Program Overview

      • 4-Hour Traffic Law & Substance Abuse Education Course (TLSAE/DATE) in class, online or onsite group class available
      • Instructor-led Driver’s Education 30-hour class at our Clearwater or St. Petersburg facility. We also offer onsite classes in Pinellas County.
      • Four, 1.5 hour one-on-one driving lessons in our state-licensed driver training vehicle
      • Road test in a Suncoast Safety Council vehicle

      FLYER:  Keys to Independence

      WEBSITE:  www.keystoindependencefl.org



      The ACLU Summer Advocacy Program (July 20-26) brings together high school students from across the United States to participate in a firsthand learning experience for the next generation of social justice advocates. During this week-long program in Washington, DC, students participate in electives and seminars led by lobbyists, community activists, lawyers, and ACLU experts to enhance their knowledge of civil liberties, social justice issues, and advocacy campaigns. The Close Up Foundation – a DC based civic education non-profit – partners with the ACLU to provide substantive experiential learning and small group discussion opportunities throughout the program. To read more about the program, please visit our website.

      Application Process

      ·         The application can be found here.

      ·         Priority Decision applications are due by March 3 and Regular Decision applications are due by April 7.

      ·         Financial Aid is available (full and partial scholarships).

      ·         High school-aged students who are 15-18* years old are welcome to apply. *High school graduates are eligible to apply for the Advanced Advocacy Program.

      Please reach out to us at 703.706.3555 or institute@aclu.org with any questions.  

      FLYER:  ACLU Summer Advocacy Program

      WEBSITE:  https://www.aclu.org/issues/aclu-summer-institute


      Adelphi University’s Summer Pre-College program is an exciting way to gain an unforgettable college experience as a high school student!

      Open to students entering either their sophomore, junior or senior year of high school, Adelphi’s Pre-College experience brings together students from all over the world to live, learn and explore all that our University has to offer. Here, students will attend a college-level class each day, live in our new, air-conditioned residence halls, and eat in our fantastic dining hall! Adelphi’s beautiful and safe Garden City campus is just minutes from renowned beaches and parks, and just 23 miles from New York City, the world’s premiere city for art, culture and entertainment.

      Through this college-level program, high school students will explore an academic area of interest in a challenging and supportive University-based learning community. The Pre-College Program offers a variety of different course topics from which students can choose and all Pre-College classes are taught by Adelphi’s nationally recognized faculty. Looking to earn college credit? Our for-credit class options provide students with the opportunity to earn 3 transferable college credits which can be applied toward future degrees. We also offer non-credit program options for those students who wish to gain a unique college experience.

      While living on campus, students will receive personalized attention from our professional and caring group of instructors, advisers and support staff. Daily trips and excursions round out this once in a lifetime summer experience!

      WEBSITE:  https://precollege.adelphi.edu/


      For more than a quarter century, Beacon College has been the recognized leader in offering affordable, career-focused baccalaureate degree programs for students with learning disabilities, ADHD and other learning differences.

      We are now accepting applications for the 2019 Summer for Success program! This 3-week summer immersion experience prepares LD/ADHD students for the transition to college with personalized, strategic coursework as well as off-campus activities, while living on our campus in Leesburg, FL with other students who learn differently.

      Throughout the program, your student will develop the basic academic, social and planning skills that they need in order to become a confident, independent, successful college student. They will be able to immediately apply these strategies to their final year in high school and to the college admissions process.

      WEBSITE:  https://www.beaconcollege.edu/admissions/beacon-college-high-school-program/


      Do you excel at writing, work for the school newspaper, or thinking about Boston as a college destination?

      If so, you'll want to consider this special opportunity: Boston University's Summer Journalism Institute, presented by the College of Communication and the New England Center for Investigative Reporting.

      Each summer, high school students from around the country and world travel to Boston to learn the craft of journalism from award-winning reporters. They start each day in class to cover core skills but soon everyone is out interviewing sources, checking facts and writing original news stories.

      Students leave with a solid foundation in news literacy, writing, interviewing and research – skills that any student can apply in college and beyond, whether or not they pursue journalism as a career.

      But we make time for fun, too. Students see what Boston is all about – from Red Sox games to the historic Freedom Trail. They also have an opportunity to schedule college tours and meet with the admissions team at BU and other nearby campuses.

      Two-week sessions begin on June 24, July 8, and July 22. To apply, students will complete our online application and submit their unofficial transcript (including recent grades), a recommendation from a teacher, and a letter explaining their interest in the institute.

      *Students who apply and are registered by March 1, 2019, will receive a $400 discount. To qualify for this special promotion, use discount code: BUSummer19.

      WEBSITE:  https://combeyond.bu.edu/workshop/bu-summer-journalism-institute/


      Still in high school but ready for a collegiate experience? Case Western Reserve University’s Pre-Collegiate Summer Programs fully immerse ambitious high school students in a college curriculum, conversations and activities.

      The curriculum of our pre-college programs is designed to give you a realistic taste of the college experience—from the level of discourse and faculty expectations to the assignments and the resources available to you. Not intended to be high-school-2.0, your classes will inspire in you a curiosity and a desire for exploration and discovery. It is our hope that after three weeks you do not feel “finished” but you want more!

      Classes are taught in an active-learning style and you will have broad use of campus resources like our libraries, laboratories, state-of-the-art technology, as well as recreational facilities.

      WEBSITE:  https://case.edu/summerprograms/


      Explore your future major. Investigate a potential career. Experience the challenge of college study with Cornell faculty and earn college credit while still a sophomore, junior, or senior in high school. 

      Top 3 reasons to enroll in precollege studies at Cornell:

      1. Earn credits and a Cornell transcript
        You’ll enroll in regular Cornell University courses alongside undergraduates, earn an official Cornell transcript, and gain undergraduate credits that are generally transferable toward a degree at Cornell or elsewhere.
      2. Study with top Ivy League faculty
        You’ll work with some of the brightest, most accomplished experts in their fields who love to teach and who share a passion for learning that’s contagious.
      3. Experience college life firsthand
        You’ll prepare for college by experiencing life in and out of the classroom at one of the world’s top universities. You’ll meet people from across the globe and learn as much about yourself as you will about your class subjects.

      WEBSITE:  https://sce.cornell.edu/precollege


      Are you looking for a captivating and meaningful way to spend your summer? Join us at Duke Summer Session for High School Students and get a taste of life on a college campus.

      By attending one of our programs, you will prepare for college by delving deeper into intellectually stimulating courses of interest, which may even include the opportunity to accompany your college application with a letter of recommendation from a Duke instructor. In addition to challenging yourself academically, you will engage with a diverse group of peers, exposing you to different cultures and expanding your future network. Not to mention, you will leave with a lifetime of memories! 

      Interested in learning more about our programs? Visit our website, and be sure to mark your calendars for December 3rd, 2018 when our applications open!  


      Interested in fashion or STEM camps focused on game design?

      Project Fashion and Game Experience are summer camps that give creative-minded students an opportunity to explore a career through classes taught by industry professionals, hands-on projects, and company tours. Both camps create an environment where students can discover what role suits them best and whether they truly want to explore their chosen field as a career before committing time and money to the pursuit after high school.

      I know a lot of students are concerned about whether they can be successful doing what they love, whether it's artistic, technical, or even business-oriented. That’s why we want to show students and their parents that they’re both multi-faceted, rapidly growing industries with roles and opportunities they may not know about yet.

      WEBSITE:  www.experienceamerica.com


      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. The program was developed in 1983 and is currently administered by the Office of Science Teaching Activities in the College of Arts and Sciences at Florida State University. For more details, please visit the Program Information page.


      The program is designed for students who have completed the eleventh grade in a Florida public or private high school. A few exceptionally qualified and mature tenth graders have been selected in past years, though this is quite rare.

      To be considered for acceptance, applicants must:

      • Maintain at least a 3.0 GPA (unweighted)
      • Have received a score in the 90th percentile or better in math on a nationally standardized exam (i.e., SAT, PSAT, ACT, or PLAN) before the application deadline
      • Be enrolled in or have completed Pre-Calculus
      • Be able to commit for the entire six weeks of the program (no exceptions will be made for travel to other summer internship opportunities, sports camps, Mu Alpha Theta, etc.)
      • Maintain a permanent residence in the state of Florida

      Important Program Dates:

      January 1: Applications available online
      February 15: Application deadline (must be postmarked by this day)
      May 15: Admissions decisions finalized (on or before this day)
      October 15: Summative evaluations available to students (on or before this day)

      Important Dates for 2019:

      June 16, 2019: Students arrive on FSU campus
      July 27, 2019: All YSP students depart FSU campus.


      WEBSITE:  https://www.bio.fsu.edu/ysp/


      The Summer Scholars weeklong academic enrichment program for rising high school juniors and seniors offers opportunities to study under the direction of Furman faculty members. Summer Scholars’ challenging academic experience will include lectures, class discussion, debates, service learning, field trips, group and individual projects, and other activities.

      WEBSITE:  https://www.furman.edu/admissions-aid/visit-furman/summer-scholars/


      Earn college credit and get a taste of campus life while still in high school. Experience the excitement of college life at one of the "Best 384 Colleges and Universities" and "50 Schools That Launch Careers By Going Beyond the Classroom".

      • Become more independent and experience what it will be like to live on a college campus and away from home
      • Living in dorms, eating in the cafeteria, and studying in the state-of-the-art academic facilitates
      • You’ll have several class sessions mixed with time to study, local excursions, day-long field trips, and recreation

      Thrive outside the classroom

      The Pre-College Program offers many engaging activities beyond the classroom to ensure you make the most out of your two weeks on campus. You will have opportunities to engage with faculty, visit New York City socialize with fellow high school students, and explore the Hudson Valley.

      Get a head start on college by taking a college course and earn college credit!

      • Pursue your interests and expand your academic and creative aspirations
      • Learn from Marist's renowned faculty
      • Get a taste of a college major you are thinking about pursuing
      • Discover what you want to be when you grow up
      • Get a head start on your degree and get an advantage before you graduate high school
      • Enjoy small class sizes of around 15 to 25 students

      Meet like-minded students!

      Join more than 300 other like-minded high school students in New York or a close-knit group of 35 at our campus in Italy!
      Build friendships with students who have similar interests and goals.

      WEBSITE:  https://www.marist.edu/admission/summer-pre-college


      National Aviation Academy is providing a 6-week summer program for up to 20 high school students who are enrolled in CTE programs to explore and experience careers in aviation maintenance. We are planning to visit, tour and receive demonstrations from companies that hire our alumni to showcase the career opportunities in this field. We will also perform projects from our training curriculum so students have an understanding of what this type of training entails.

      This program will start first week of June and end the second or third week of July. We are working with companies to determine exact dates, but for now we are planning to meet once a week for 2-3 hours.

      Acceptance into the summer program is a first-come, first serve basis. There is also a $20 fee due upon the start of the program that will cover insurance, lunch, and t-shirt.

      FLYER:  National Aviation Academy Summer Program

      APPLICATION:  Summer Program Application

      WEBSITE:  https://www.naa.edu/


      With NYU Precollege, rising juniors and seniors can apply to take college-level courses for credit and experience life as an NYU student. Credit-bearing courses are available in more than 30 subjects to fit every interest and academic need.

      Precollege hosts social events and activities to create a sense of community and help students get to know one another while exploring the city around them.

      WEBSITE:  http://www.nyu.edu/admissions/high-school-programs/precollege.html


      Pace University's 2019 Summer Scholars Institute for high school students will be held from July 14 to July 27 on our New York City Campus. The Summer Scholars Institute is a groundbreaking, intensive two-week program designed for rising high school juniors and seniors.

      As a guidance counselor, we recommend our distinctive Summer Scholar Institute for your students so they may receive an advanced, first-hand look at the college experience by taking classes and living on campus. The classroom experience is paired with an active exploration of New York City. Through these activities, students will mix with Pace faculty, staff, and students, as well as fellow Summer Scholars students, and Summer Scholars alumni from all over the country.

      The five major academic tracks for this year are:

      • Business
      • Criminal Justice
      • Digital Film Production
      • Psychology
      • Theater Arts

      Applications will be accepted until April 15, 2019.

      The cost of the program is $3,000 which includes course instruction, reading materials, two meals per day, housing, and events. Upon completion of the program, students will receive a Certificate of Course Completion.

      Students who are admitted to Pace University as an undergraduate will receive three general credits toward their degree, as well as a yearly $3,000 scholarship if a competitive GPA of 3.0 or above is maintained.

      DEADLINE:  April 15, 2019

      WEBSITE:  https://www.pace.edu/summer-scholars


      The Princeton Summer Journalism Program (PSJP) is one of the only programs of its kind offering a free, innovative journalism and college prep institute for high achieving high school juniors from low-income backgrounds. Over ten days every summer, up to 40 students from across the country explore current events and world affairs through workshops and lectures led by Princeton professors, professional journalists, and alumni on campus. The summer program culminates in the publication of the Princeton Summer Journal, the student-produced newspaper. During their senior year, students are matched with a personal college adviser, who will work with them on their college admissions process. In our 17-year history, PSJP has graduated approximately 380 students who have gone on to attend some of the best colleges and universities and produce content for the most respected publications in the nation. Another 40 will join them this spring, as they complete their senior year and the college admission process!

      DEADLINE:  February 15, 2019 at 11:59PM

      WEBSITE:  psjp.princeton.edu


      The Summer Writing Institute at Rhodes College takes place annually for two weeks during June and is a residential academic program committed to developing the critical thinking and writing skills of ambitious high school students. Within the college′s liberal arts environment, students sharpen their reading and analytical skills and learn strategies for writing creatively and critically. At the end of the session, students receive a grade for their work and class participation, earn two college credits (transferable to most colleges and universities), and will complete a portfolio of college-level writing.

      If you have any questions, please email Rebecca Finlayson at finlayson@rhodes.edu.

      WEBSITE:  https://www.rhodes.edu/academics/summer-programs/summer-writing-institute


      Stanford Pre-Collegiate Studies advances the education of academically talented, intellectually curious, pre-college students. We offer a variety of programs designed to meet the needs of top students everywhere.

      Our participants are adventurous, highly motivated, and passionate in their desire to come together and deepen their learning. While exploring new subjects and making friendships to last a lifetime, they will gain new insights into themselves and what really motivates them.

      WEBSITE:  https://spcs.stanford.edu/find-yourself


      You may not know exactly what you want to do yet, but you know whatever it is, it’s going to be big. When you enroll in a pre-college program at Stevens, you can explore your ideas and interests in a pressure-free, inspiring academic environment that welcomes big thinkers.

      What distinguishes our pre-college programs from others is that you get to create something from to start to finish: a business plan, a video game, an investment portfolio, a short animation. Yes, you’ll leave with a stronger college application, you’ll try out a potential major, get a taste of what campus life is really like and make some new friends. But: designing your own portfolio project with cutting-edge technology…in state-of-the-art facilities…while studying alongside our exceptional and talented faculty…while exploring New York City? Only at Stevens!

      Each one of our unique programs gives you unprecedented exposure to a cutting-edge field of study — and the inspiration and confidence to pursue it later if you choose.

      All of our programs are carefully designed by our faculty to be creative, project-driven, hands-on immersions that give you not just real college experience, but real world experience too. By night you’ll live in the dorms, by day you’ll visit major corporations, work on a tangible project and learn alongside experts. You can choose to participate in more than one program during the summer, as long as the program dates don’t overlap.

      DEADLINE: Priority Deadline for Stevens Pre-College Programs is February 15, 2019. Priority Deadline is for students who want to secure their seat in our programs early or want to be considered for Financial Aid. We are currently accepting applications on a rolling basis until programs reach capacity. 

      WEBSITE:  https://www.stevens.edu/admissions/pre-college-programs


      Students have the unique opportunity to meet with City leaders weekly to further their understanding of local government and municipal policy. Through specialized workshops and meetings facilitated by selected departments, students will become familiar with the day to day tasks and the planning that happens behind the scenes to bring ideas to fruition.

      The program runs June 13 - July 18, 2019.

      General program components include:

      • Researching issues and legislation affecting St. Petersburg.
      • Propose creative solutions to solve issues in the city, as selected by students.
      • Attending City Council meetings, committee meetings, and selected department presentations.
      • Developing administrative skills.
      • Touring the evidence locker rooms at the new St. Petersburg Police Headquarters.
      • Touring a chemistry lab and learning plant operations as used by the Water Resources Department.
      • Participating in a TASCO event hosted by the Parks and Recreation Department.
      • Learning about exciting development opportunities and projects coming to the city.


      • Introduce students to local government structure and work in the public sphere.
      • Foster interest in leadership and civic matters
      • Create a high school to career pipeline to ensure a more diverse and prepared public sector workforce.
      • Create an opportunity for our youth to address city issues
      • Strengthen intergenerational relationships and improve adult knowledge of youth.
      • Develop skills and abilities in a new cohort of civic leaders and professionals.
      • Identify ways students can impact their communities.
      • Become aware of the voting process and registration rules.

      Candidate Requirements:

      • Excellent communication skills, both oral and written.
      • Good academic standing or a recommendation from school staff.
      • Interest in working in public administration and basic knowledge of local government.
      • A strong ability to follow direction and work independently.
      • Availability to attend all scheduled sessions.


      DEADLINE: Summer 2019 applications open through April 21 at 11:59 p.m.

      WEBSITE:  http://www.stpete.org/council/citizen_and_student_awards.php


      We offer personalized adventures for students seeking a summer experience like no other. Our extensive range of programs encourages independence and friendship, striking the perfect balance between learning, exploration, and fun. We’re proud of our reputation for providing a high level of attention and care, for being pioneers in our field, and for finding exciting new ways to make each student’s summer unforgettable.

      Students who join our challenging pre-college programs, or our authentic language and cultural immersion programs, develop essential skills that put them ahead of the game. All of our programs are designed to broaden academic and personal horizons, and we work thoughtfully to create opportunities for a truly diverse student population.

      WEBSITE:  https://www.summerfuel.com/


      About TryEngineering Summer Institute

      Our Goal
      To spark enthusiasm in engineering and technology in the next generation of problem-solvers and difference-makers, and position these innovators for long-term success in academics and in life.

      How do we do it?
      Organized in two-week sessions each summer, on three dynamic college campuses across the United States, the TryEngineering Summer Institute unites students from around the world -- co-ed, between 12-17 years old -- to:

      • engage in hands-on design challenges
      • experience the work firsthand with behind-the-scenes tours with real-life engineers
      • discover not just what's happening today, but what's coming tomorrow, through conversations with renowned guest speakers and incredible Summer Institute counselors

      Give us two weeks, and we'll give you a new definition of what it means to be an engineer.

      Read the 2019 program brochure online.

      WEBSITE:  https://tryengineeringinstitute.ieee.org/


      Through 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 specialized seminars, academic support groups, and a variety of weekend and evening social events.

      High School Summer Institutes combine traditional undergraduate class and lab curriculum with organized field trips, guest lectures, and small group activities in order for students to gain valuable academic and career experience. Institutes are divided into morning and afternoon sessions that include assigned readings, daily assignments, and a final project. High School Summer Institutes are noncredit, academic programs. All of our institutes are taught by Washington University affiliated instructors which include faculty, graduate students, post docs, and adjuncts. 

      High School Summer Institute students live on campus in one of our top-ranked, air-conditioned residence halls. In addition to coursework, students participate in specialized seminars and a variety of weekend and evening social events. Learn about life on campus during a Summer Experience.

      WEBSITE:  http://summerexperiences.wustl.edu/

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