Summer Opportunities

Starting April 21, 2020 - Ending June 14, 2020

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Columbia University Summer Immersion Programs:  
Our programs offer academic courses designed to challenge and engage high-achieving students. In addition, students will be able to explore new interests through extracurricular activities, interact with a diverse group of international peers, and be inspired by our Ivy League faculty — like Brian Greene, author of The Elegant Universe. Here are a few of our more than 90 courses that we hope makes you think of some of your students:
Models of the Universe: A Mathematical Approach
Language and Identity: A Linguistic Exploration of Accents, Dialects, Slang and Grammar
As always, students can learn more at our website or at our info sessions:
ONLINE INFORMATION SESSIONS
Students and counselors are welcome to attend. Hear from our program and admissions staff, and have all of your questions answered.
Tuesday, May 12
10:00 am ET
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Tuesday, May 12
6:00 pm ET
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Unable to attend? Please contact our Admissions Counselors at hsp@columbia.edu.
Students planning to apply can have their application fee waived by using this code: HSIM220. And don’t hesitate to reach out if you have any questions.
NYU Online College and Career Prep Programs NYU's immersive online courses and workshops allow high school and middle school students to learn new skills, engage with leading scholars and professionals, and collaborate with classmates from all over the world. Applications are open now!  Check it out!

Bright and ambitious high school students around the world can still join Penn for a summer of learning with world-class instructors, Ivy League resources, and exciting academic studies—with adjusted tuition rates and updated online offerings especially for summer 2020. Building on 20 years of experience in online learning innovation, Penn offers an immersive learning experience that high school students can access from anywhere.

Applications are now open. Students can explore multiple disciplines in the 2-week Penn Summer Prep program, dive into a specialized 3-week Penn Summer Academy, or take credit-bearing online courses for a full summer term alongside Penn undergraduates in the Pre-College Program. Learn more about each program's unique summer 2020 offerings online. 

Applications are now open: the deadline for 2020 applications is June 1. Programs fill up quickly; it's not too early to encourage your outstanding students to explore our program options and get in touch with our team!
Penn Arts and Sciences High School Programs
University of Pennsylvania
www.sas.upenn.edu/summer/programs/high-school
hsprogs@sas.upenn.edu

 

Boston University - 

With the help of Zoom and other technology, we decided to offer our Boston University Summer Journalism Institute as an online non-credit course. Students will still have the opportunity to:
  • Work with award-winning journalists, such as Pulitzer Prize winners (and BU alumna) Lara Salahi and Rochelle Sharpe, who show them how to follow facts and get to the heart of stories affecting communities
  • Hear from guest speakers in the field while learning important journalism tips when covering a crisis
  • Connect with students in different parts of the world and time zones
  • Have at least one article published to our Terrier website to showcase their work
Our photojournalism session, taught by veteran photojournalist and COM professor Stephen Haines, will also be online. Haines worked as a staff photographer, assignment, and photo editor for the Boston Globe. In this special session, he will help students sharpen their camera skills to teach them the basics of visual storytelling.
New Dates and a New Time:
Now that we switched over to an online format, the program tuition was reduced to $1,200. We also have changed the dates of our sessions to the following:
Session 1a: July 6 to July 17
Session 1b: July 6 to July 17 (Photojournalism)
Session 2: July 20 to July 31
Our online classes will start at 12:30 p.m. Eastern Time (9:30 a.m. Pacific Time) to accommodate our students in different time zones. We will also record the sessions to make them available to students who may need to see them at a later time.
If your student is ready for a challenge and ready to get a taste of reporting during a crisis, encourage them to learn more by visiting our website, and apply soon, as spots are limited. The final deadline for submitting an application for admission is June 1, 2020.