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Summer Programs

*We post these programs for your information, not as a recommendation. Please research them thoroughly before sending your child.

Summer Programs
Deadline
How to Apply
Reading Skills and Speed Reading programs
Various reading courses available for all ages, from 4 year olds to adults. Various schedules and locations (in San Antonio) depending on classes.
ASAP Call for more information
1-800-979-9151
Summer Scholars Academy
Located at TLU, it is a 2 week program that offers university-level courses for transferable college credit to academically gifted high school students. 
Dates: July 13-25, 2014
ASAP see website

Spend the Day with the Corp
An official campus visit to Texas A&M University. It provides an opportunity to gain inforamtion about the University and the Corps of Cadets.
Dates: July 25th and August 1st 

Eligibility: Rising Juniors and seniors

ASAP see website
Science and Engineering Apprenticeship Program (SEAP)

The U.S. Army's Science and Engineering Apprenticeship Program (SEAP) is an eight-week summer program for high school students in which students apprentice in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) fields at Army research facilities. Click here for a list of participating locations.
SEAP students work with their mentors, Army scientists and engineers, to gain “hands-on” experience in a professional research setting – where students are treated as research assistants rather than teenagers. SEAP provides students with the opportunity to learn how STEM research can benefit the Army as well as the civilian community. Students gain a broader view of their STEM field of interest and learn what kind of work awaits them in their future career.
At the end of the SEAP apprenticeship, students prepare and present final reports based on their research experience. All SEAP students who successfully complete their apprenticeship are awarded an educational stipend ($2,000 for first-year students).

4/14/2014

see website

Summer Training in Agriculture and Related Sciences (STARS) enrichment camp
Students will get the opportunity to explore different majors within the College of Agriculture & Life Sciences, receive admissions information, meet with current students, explore our Student Recreation Center, stay in an on campus residence hall, and participate in hands on learning opportunities.  Workshops in the past have included: 

  • Photography course with Agricultural Journalism faculty
  • Robotics demonstration from Biological & Agricultural Engineering
  • Soil quality & runoff measuring activity with Soil & Crop Sciences
  • Introduction to agriculture fields with faculty
  • Commodity trading activity with Agricultural Economics
  • Applied biodiversity and recreation ecology training at Lick Creek Park
  • Insect facts and displays with Entomology
    Dates: July 29-31, 2014
    Fee: None
    Eligibility: Must be a current freshman, sophomore, or junior
4/15/2014 see Mrs. Wade in
Counseling Office
Baylor University High School Band and Orchestra Camp
Students will interact with outstanding instrumental and ensemble faculty in a week of masterclasses and ensemble rehearsals.
Dates: June 15-21
Eligibility: Grades 9-12
ASAP see website
Summer College at Stanford University
students will choose from more than 125 college courses in 30 academic departments. They will experience what life is like as an undergraduate student at Stanford
Eligiblity: ages 16-19
ASAP see website
Summer Institutes at Stanford University
students will engage in 3-4 week intensive study single-subject courses with instructors and peers who share their talents, passions, and interests. Courses in areas ranging from biotechnolgoy to entrepreneurship and creative writing are customized to give students deep exposure and hands-on experience
Eligiblity: ages 14-17
ASAP see website

Residential summer Pre-College Program at Adelphi University
Cost includes a 3 credit course, housing, meals, and activities such as a Broadway show. Program includes intro. to nursing, basic science behind the headlines, business summer academy, intro to game programming, musical theater, and writing New York
Eligibility: must be entering your junior or senior year this coming fall
Dates July 20-Aug. 2

ASAP see website

Summer Training in Agriculture and Related Sciences (STARS)
Students accepted into the program will get the opportunity to explore different majors within the College of Agriculture & Life Sciences, receive admissions information, meet with current students, explore our Student Recreation Center, stay in an on campus residence hall, and participate in hands on learning opportunities.
Eligibility: Must be in the graduating classes of 2015, 2016, & 2017
Dates: July 29-31

04/15/2014 see Mrs. Wade
SAME Engineering & Construction Camp
Each camp has it own unique focus and theme and is a one-of-a-kind opportunity to learn what engineers do from professional engineers, learn practical skills and gain exposure to the military services. Your first step is to determine if you are eligible and then go through the application process for the camp you select.
Fee: Yes, but scholarships are available
Elgibility: Must have completed freshman year and be 15 years old or older
04/04/2014 (2 camps)
04/18/2014 (1 other camp)
see website

National Teen Leadership Program
Weekend includes overnight accommodations, three motivational speakers, interesting interactive workshops, and educational, small group sessions. Students will experience lots of team-building and life-building skills, plus make new friends from all over the US. General themes include: communication skills, facilitation skill-building, motivation and tolerance issues, such as stereotyping and bullying.

Where: Trinity University
When: June 27-29
Eligibility: ALL teens in grades 8th-12th

ASAP
(discount if you sign up before March 30th)
see website
Camp College
Students are invited to attend a three-day, overnight, all-expense paid program. Students will have assistance identifying schools which match their interests and needs; write an application essay and create a resume; navigate the financial aid maze; learn tips, techniques, and strategies for the ACT/SAT; and attend a college fair.  Volunteers from colleges, universities, community based organizations, and high schools across the state may participate.

Date: June 9-11 at UT at Arlington campus
Eligibility: Rising senior

04/01/2014 see website
United States Naval Academy Summer Programs
The Summer Seminar program, designed for rising 12th graders, gives students the opportunity to find out if they have what it takes to be a midshipmen. The program allows students to experience the rigorous academics, physical challenges and student life at the Naval Academy. Summer Seminar is perfect for students who have no prior exposure to a service academy as well as those who are trying to decide if a service academy is right for them.
Eligibility: Rising 12th grade students
ASAP see webpage
United States Naval Academy Summer Programs
Our Summer STEM program is designed for rising 8th-11th graders who are interested in pursuing education in the science, technology, engineering and math fields. During the STEM program, students will be exposed to world-class lab facilities and have the opportunity to learn from some of the best college professors in the country. In addition, they will meet fellow students from all over the country that share a similar passion for learning.
Eligibility: Rising 8th-11th grade students
ASAP  
Summer Discovery at UT
This program is at many University's throughout the United States. At Summer Discovery UT Austin, we help you prepare for your transition from high school to college. Our pre-college program combines academics, athletics, and activities to give high school students a taste of college life.
Fee: Yes
Eligibility: Students who completed 9th, 10th, 11th, or 12th grade
 
ASAP see website
BU Summer Investigative Journalism Workshop
Our three, two-week workshops will begin on June 30. During each session, students participate in seminars and work alongside BU faculty and award-winning local and national journalists on investigative stories that could be published on the center's website or in regional and national publications. Students will live on the BU campus and gain hands-on experience in investigative reporting while developing critical thinking and writing skills.
March 31, 2014 see website
Summer Programs at NYU, School of Continuing and Professional Studies
Offers one-week professionally oriented intensive programs of study that allow students to explore career options and to gain the competitive edge when applying for college. Many different study options are available.
June 1, 2014 see website
Summer Programs at Boston University
Programs include High School Honors, Research Internship in Science & Engineering, Summer Challenge, and Summer Preview.  They range from 6-weeks to 1-week.
Fee: yes, but financial aid is available
ASAP see website
2014 Summer Pre-College Program at Marist
Classes take place in Italy or New York and include many different majors
Eligibility: Rising juniors and seniors
Dates: July 13-26, 2014
ASAP see website

2014 Summer Career Academy in Architecture and Interior Design
Introduces participants to the careers of professional architects and interior
designers and clarifies the professional study necessary to achieve that career goal. The Academy program offers a broad yet intensive hands-on career discovery experience and individual introduction to many basic and important aspects of the practices leading to the design of the built environment. Taught by College of Architecture faculty, the program is geared to those with little or no prior experience with studio practices. Participation in the Summer Academy can help you test whether architecture or interior design is the right career decision and help you prepare and qualify for successful application into university level professional design degree programs
Fee: Yes

03/01/2014 Please contact UTSA Architecture Professor Stephen Temple at
(210) 458-3023 or
email at stemple@utsa.edu

 

New Worlds Emerge Travel Program
Offers various summer programs for various ages. Many are in New York, but the locations vary. There is a fee for whatever summer program you choose. Check out the website!!
ASAP see website
Pratt Institute Pre-College Summer 2014
The program consists of two courses that are college credit-bearing and two that are not, as well as lectures and cultural and social events. It is an intensive full-time program
Dates: July 7th- August 1st
Eligibility: Must be between 16 and 18 years of age
Fee: yes, scholarships are available
04/01/2014 see website
Pre-Law experience at SFA
Will provide an overveiw of the key elements in planning a future as a lawyer.
Dates: June 8-14
Eligibility: Current high school juniors and seniors
ASAP see website

Smith College PreCollege Programs for High School Girls
Various programs offered throughout the summer. Including Women's history, writing, college immersion, science and engineering, etc.
Eligibility: Girls entering grades 9-12 in fall 2014
Fee: Yes

ASAP see website
Barnard Summer in New York City
Various summer programs throughout the summer. Topics include career workshops, dance, liberal arts, science, young women's leadership, and entrepreneurship
Fee: yes, but scholarships are available
Eligibility: Current 10th and 11th grade
ASAP see website

UTSA's Engineering Summer Camp 
All students will be engaged in hands on activities, lab tours, competitions, and academic lectures. Classes include information on electrical, mechanical, civil, and biomedical engineering Day camp starts at 9 am on July 14th to 5 pm July 18th.  The $200 includes all activities, snacks, lunch, and t-shirt.  The overnight camp runs from 1:00 pm July 13th to 12:00 pm July 19th.  The $400 included breakfast, lunch, and dinner, snacks, all activities and a t-shirt. 
Eligibility: entering freshmen through graduating seniors

04/01/2014 email Brandy.Alger@UTSA.edu

Riders Who are Going Places
Residential program for girls, July 20-26. Held at Hollins University.
Eligibility: Upcoming 9th -12th grade students (Intermediate/Advanced Riders only)

ASAP see website
Moving Dance/Making Dance
Residential program for girls, July 20-26. Held at Hollins University.
Eligibility: Upcoming 10th -12th grade students
ASAP see website

Taking Joy in the Art of Creative Writing
Residential program for girls, July 20-26. Held at Hollins University.
Eligibility: Upcoming 9th -12th grade students

ASAP see website
An A Cappella Experience
Residential program for girls, July 20-26. Held at Hollins University.
Eligibility: Upcoming 10th -12th grade students
ASAP see website

BU Summer Investigative Journalism Workshop
Our three, two-week workshops will begin on June 30. During each session, students participate in seminars and work alongside BU faculty and award-winning local and national journalists on investigative stories that could be published on the center's website or in regional and national publications. Students will live on the BU campus and gain hands-on experience in investigative reporting while developing critical thinking and writing skills.

Fee: Yes

 

ASAP see website
Junior Volunteer Summer Program
The program consists of two 4-week summer sessions (June – August), from 9am – 3pm, Monday – Friday.  All volunteers will complete 75 volunteer hours within the 4-week program and a certificate will be presented to the volunteer at the time of completion.  The program offers educational classes: interviewing skills, resume writing, hospital tours, CPR class, interactive classes with UTHSC, panel discussion with UHS healthcare professionals and community projects for UHS patients. 
Eligibility: Must be between 15 and 18  years of age
02/14/2014 see website
Summer Eastman: Residential Programs for Middle and high school musicians
There are a lot of programs for different instruments at different times and for different lengths. Check out their website for more information!!
ASAP see website
Cornell University Summer College
Three and six week programs where you can experience the excitement of college life at a great Ivy League university. You can earn 3 to 6 credits and attend admissions workshops.
ASAP see website

2014 Study Abroad
12 day program will immerse students in the lived history and culture of the Eternal City

Eligibility: Upcoming seniors

12/13/2013 see website

2014 Leadership Seminars
a 10 day, all expenses paid program for advanced students who wish to hone their critical thinking and expressive skills

Eligibility: Upcoming seniors

01/27/2014 see website

2014 Summer Scholars Potential Courses
A two week program that introduces students to college-level academics in fields ranging from the liberal arts to the sciences and business.

Eligibility: Upcoming Juniors and seniors

01/13/2014 see website

Science and Engineering Apprenticeship Program (SEAP)
SEAP is an amazing opportunity for students interested in STEM to apply for an eight week paid summer research experience at a Department of Navy laboratory
Eligibility: Must be 16 years of age or older, must have completed at least the 9th grade

01/06/2014 see website

UTSA Prep Program
The Prefreshman Engineering Program is a mathematics based, academic enrichment program, emphasizing the development of abstract reasoning and problem solving skills. The program helps students prepare for careers in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).

Fee: $300 (responsible for transportation and lunch
Dates: June 16-July 31, Monday through Thursday
 

01/31/2014 Career Center
or website
Student Leaders
The Student Leaders program is an eight-week summer experience. The program includes a paid internship with a local nonprofit organization as well as the Student Leadership Summit in Washington, D.C. The program gives Student Leaders the opportunity to develop and apply leadership skills through hands-on community work experience while discovering their own talents for serving their community and leading others.
Eligibility: High school juniors and seniors
ASAP see website

Young Architects Camp
The 3 day camp will include creative model making, some drawing,

computer applications, and presentations. For more information, please

contact jared.moore.6@us.af.mil

Eligibility: ages 11-18
Fee: $30
Nov. 25-27, 2013

ASAP Call 671-7343

S.T.A.P.H
STAPH aims to educate students about careers in health care and to provide a jump-start to a future in medicine, nursing, and allied health professions. It offers students a chance to work in a cadaver lab, exposes them to fields as wide-ranging as sports medicine, nursing, nutrition, communication disorders, emergency response, and pre-med topics.
Eligibility: Must have completed the 10th or 11th grade at the end of 2013-2014
Dates: July 6-13, 2014
Fee: $800+

01/24/2014 see website

The Zombi Scholars Academy
A week-long summer academy experience like no other! Students in last year's Academy dissected brains, chatted about creative zombie fiction, worked with a Nuclear, Chemical, and Biological Weapons response unit to learn about quarantine procedures, built field shelters with limited resources, and explored the philosophical, psychological, and sociological issues of disasters and crises.
Eligibility: currently in 8th-11th grade
Dates: June 22-29, 2014
Fee: $800+

01/24/2014 see website

High School Aerospace Scholars
This is an interactive, online learning experience highlighted by a six-day residential summer experience at NASA Johnson Space Center. You will explore math, science, engineering and computer science concepts with engineers and scientists at JSD.
Fee: None
Eligibility: Must be a U.S. citizen, Texas resident, Junior in H.S., Able to access the Internet and committed to completing online lessons prior to the summer experience

Nov. 15, 2013 see website
High School Student Cyber Security Camp
This camp is designed to give high school students an in-dept look at the fields of cyber security and information assurance. It gives them an opportunity to go through a week of training in computer security workshops, exercises, and classes. Held at Texas A&M Corpus Christi 
information for this year
is not online yet, keep
checking!!
see website
Women in Technology and Security
The WITS program introduces the student to college life and to the cyber security and information assurance fields. The seven-day camp will allow young women to spend a week living in a college dorm, introducing them to services that the University has to offer. During this time, they will be immersed in exercises and workshops that will give them a taste of what it is like to be a cyber security professional. Held at Texas A & M Corpus Christi
Eligibility: Female juniors and seniors
Fee: free
information for this year
is not online yet, keep
checking!!
see website
STEM Summer Institute Underwater Robotics
This program will introduce participants to exciting oceanography research and engineering opportunities, in particular ROV (remotely operated vehicle) operation, through lectures, exercises, hands on activities, design and rapid prototyping, field trips and project competition. Held at Texas A & M Corpus Christi
Eligibility: Students ages 16-18
Dates: June 8-14 or July 13-19
ASAP see website

Careers in Medicine: A National Youth Leadership Forum
This will introduce you to the fields of health and medicine and the many career opportunities that exist in these areas.

Fees: Yes
Eligibility: Must be in grades 9-12

ASAP You must be nominated by a counselor, so stop by if you are interested

Abilene Christian University Honor's College Summer Program
f you’re the kind of student who thinks learning is fun, who wants summer activities that stimulate the brain cells, who enjoys exploring ideas that engage your curiosity and spark your creativity, then join us for a week (or two, or three!) of fun and challenging courses that test your creative thinking and earn you college credit.

Eligibility: Various camps offered for Freshman through Seniors.
Fee: yes, varies depending on camp

ASAP see website
     
Investigative Journalism Workshop
The two-week workshop will give participants hands-on training in investigative reporting and the chance to work on investigative stories that could be published. Students will spend two weeks on the BU campus participating in investigative reporting seminars led by university faculty and award-winning local and national journalists.

 
June 30, 2013 see website
     
Summer at Lamar University
Middle School, High School, and Percussion Camps
 
ASAP see website

NYU Precollege Programs
For high school students. Various programs from July 8th through August 17th
Fees: yes

ASAP see website
     
     

UIW STEM Summer Camp
We want to invite upcoming high school junior and seniors to attend the new and improved STEM summer camp through the School of Mathematics, Science and Engineering at the University of the Incarnate Word.
Fee: $250

June 21, 2013 see website

Spend the Day with the Corp
An official campus visit to Texas A&M University for rising high school juniors and seniors as well as their parents.
Dates:
Fee: yes
 

ASAP see website

Summer Scholars Academy
Two week residential program that offers university-level courses for transferable college credit to academically gifted high school students.
Eligibility: Must have completed freshman year in high school and can not have graduated yet
Fees: $1400
Dates:

ASAP see website

Summer Reading Skills Programs
Students double reading speed, make substantial gains in comprehension, and learn study skills. Excellent preparation for the SAT, ACT, and college
Eligibility: Entering 9th-11th grade

ASAP see website
2013 High School Latino Leaders Program
Selected participants will travel to Washington, D.C. for a week to gain expansive knowledge about our democratic process, engage with Latino community leaders, and explore the nation’s capital. HSLLDC is FREE for participants and is made possible through the generous support of founding sponsor State Farm Insurance, Southwest Airlines (the Official Airline Sponsor of CHCI's 2013 Leadership Development Programs), and regional supporters.

Eligibility: Any Latino 9th, 10th, or 11th grade student who resides in Bexar County is eligible to apply

04/08/2013 see website

Discovery Club
One-week residential art camp at Columbus College of Art & Design
Eligibility: Students entering grades 7 to 9
Dates:

ASAP see website
Investigative Journalism Workshop
The two-week workshop will give participants hands-on training in investigative reporting and the chance to work on investigative stories that could be published. Students will spend two weeks on the Boston University campus participating in investigative reporting seminars led by university faculty and award-winning local and national journalists.
03/31/2013 see website

College Preview
Three-week on-campus visual arts program at Columbus College of Art & Design
Eligiblity: students entering grades 10 to 12
Dates:

ASAP see website
PRATT Institute Pre-College Summer 2013
Schedule consists of 2 courses that are college credit-bearing classes, and 2 non-credit classes. This is an intensive full-time program, classes meet Monday-Friday and extracurricular activites are scheduled evenigns and weekends.
Fee: $3142
Dates:
04/01/2013 see website
Cornell University Summer College
They offer the Design Immersion program which gives aspiring designers both a theoretical framework and practical experience solving design problems. They also offer the Fashion Studio program which offers students an opportunity to develop their fashion design skills, deepend their knowledge of cutting-edge fashion tools and trends, and build a design portfolio
  see website

Pre-College Programs
Held at Adelphi University. They immerse students in an academic environment that prepares highly talented high school students for undergraduate study. Programs for students interested in business, computer programming, sciecnes and health professions, robotics, nursing, dance, jazz, director's, and musical's
Fees: Yes, varies
Eligibility: varies with each program

04/01/2013 see website
Marist Summer Pre-College
Get a taste of campus life and earn three college credits while in high school. You'll learn from experienced professionals and talented faculty, while spending 14 days on the banks of the Hudson River or in Florence
ASAP www.marist.edu/precollege
Summer Term High School programs
Four different camps available at Boston University. There is a camp for everyone (freshman through seniors).Check their website out for more information!!
ASAP bu.edu/summer/highschool

Society of American Military Engineer's (SAME) annual Engineering & Construction Camps

The camps are fun, high energy, hosts students from around the world and offer a unique once-in-a-lifetime indoor/outdoor learning laboratory experience that exposes participants to practical skills and public service.  Camp instructors are professional engineers from uniformed & public services, academic institutions, and private companies.  If you have an interested student, please have them visitHTTP://SAMECAMPS.ORG to determine if they are eligible and to download the application forms.

03/19/2013 see website

Summer Programs for Diversity
Summer Programs for Diversity are additional opportunities geared toward underrepresented high school rising seniors to participate in Carnegie Mellon's Pre-College Summer Programs: Advanced Placement/Early Admission (APEA), fine arts programs in architecture, art and design, drama, or music, or the National High School Game Academy. If selected, students will attend the program with no cost for tuition, housing, or dining. However, students must cover the costs of their textbooks, supplies, transportation and recreational expenses.

ASAP see website
Summer Academy for Mathematics and Science 
SAMS is a six-week, intensive, residential summer program geared toward underrepresented high school rising junior and rising seniors who are interested in studying the technical fields in college. The program is designed for good, hard working students who have an interest in math and science. SAMS participants will have opportunities to be involved in hands-on projects in the science and engineering fields, as well as experience the traditional classroom experience. If selected, students will attend the program with no cost for tuition, housing, or dining. However students must cover the costs of their textbooks, supplies, transportation and recreational expenses.
ASAP see website

The Perry Outreach Program
is a free, one-day, hands-on experience for high school and college-aged women who are interested in pursuing careers in medicine and engineering. Students will hear from women leaders in these fields and try it for themselves by performing mock orthopaedic surgeries and biomechanics experiments.

2/25/2013 see website
Washington University High School Summer Experiences
Located in St. Louis, they offer two programs. The Summer Scholars program allows students to get a head start on the full college experience, taking two college courses while living on campus for five weeks
The Summer Institutes allows students to explore their interests and experience life on campus with one of the institutes: Pre-Medicine, Writing, Pre-Engineering, or Business
ASAP summerexperiences.wustl.edu

UTSA College of Architecture
Will introduce participants to careers of a professional architect and interior designer and will clarify the professional study necessary to achieve that career goal.
Dates: June 10-21, 2013
Fee: $650

May 10, 2013 email at
mailto:stemple@utsa.edu
Wasatch Academy Summer Adventures
Summer Dash: choose a two-week non-credit academic review, strengthen core knowldeg in up to three academic subjects
Fee: $2950
ASAP www.wasatchacademy.org
Wasatch Academy Summer Adventures
The 6-week Academic, Technology, Arts and Outdoor Experience: This structured curriculum mirrors teh Wasatch Academy academic year and allows students to take three academic and technology classes. Includes 6 weeks worth of boarding and lessons.
Fee: $8200
ASAP www.wasatchacademy.org

Notre Dame Leadership Seminars
Ten-day, all expenses paid program for select rising high school seniors

ASAP precollege.nd.edu

Summer Scholars
Two week program for talented and curious rising high school juniors and seniors at Notre Dame

ASAP precollege.nd.edu

NACEL Open Door, vocational youth exchange program
Program includes an orientation in Washington D.C., two months of intensive German language training, room and board, health insurance, and international travel to and from Germany
Eligibility: Must be at least 18 and no more than 19 and must complete high school before departure

January 31, 2013 Come see your counselor!
www.nacelopendoor.org

High School Investigative Reporting Workshop
Our investigative reporting workshop is for students who are interested in investigative reporting, journalism, or writing. Based at Boston University, The New England Center for Investigative Reporting’s summer workshop is a perfect opportunity to learn more about journalism, and explore the exciting city of Boston!
Fee: yes $3000+
Eligibility: 9-12 grade

June 30, 2013 suite.targetx.com/email/bin/redir.php

2013 Summer Career Academy
in Architecture and Interior Design

Students will explore career options in architecture and interior design as well as
develop some basic skills in design, sketching, and model construction, through daily tutorials, group
discussions, visiting lectures, films, and field trips guided by faculty of the College of Architecture. While this
program prepares a student with knowledge of college programs it does not offer college level course credit.
Students finishing the course will receive a Certificate of Completion for submission in a college application.
Where: Classes held in the College of Architecture's Monterey Building of the Downtown UTSA campus
Fee: $650
Eligibility: Juniors
When: June 10 to 21, 2013

May 24, 2013 For information on the program or a
Summer Academy application
(application available Jan 2013), contact
UTSA Professor Stephen Temple
at (210) 458-3023 or email
at stemple@utsa.edu

SAFE
This is a summer internship where you get to work with a CPS energy mentor and potentially earn a scholarship
Fee:
Eligibility:
Juniors

ASAP cpsenergy.About_CPS_Energy/Who

Student Leaders of Tomorrow Conference
An annual leadership conference hosted by an organization at Texas A&M. Participants will gain insight from a variety of speakers covering a range of leadership topics.
Fee:
Eligibility: Juniors and seniors
Dates: March 22-24, 2013

ASAP slot.tamu.edu

Subiendo
Hosted by The University of Texas McCombs School of Business,
Subiendo is an intensive leadership academy created to prepare the
next generation of leaders to address critical issues facing the
state and nation.
Fee: No
Eligibility: Juniors
Dates: June 23-27, 2013

01/31/2013 cts.vresp.com/c/?HispanicLeadershipIn

NASA Aerospace Scholars Program
An interactive online learning experience highlighted by a weeklong internship. Selected students are encouraged to study mathematics, science, engineering and computer science by interacting with engineers at NASA's Johnson Space Center. The project includes preliminary interactive Web-based activities, distance learning and a residential experience during the summer at JSC. From across the state of Texas, students are selected to participate by their state legislator through a competitive process. Selected students are Texas residents and U.S. citizens currently in their junior year of high school (rising seniors) with an interest and aptitude for mathematics, science, engineering or computer science.
Eligibility: Juniors

12/16/2012 http://has.aerospacescholars.org/

Voelcker Biomedical Research Academy Program
The Voelcker Biomedical Research Academy partners the very best rising sophomores with outstanding biomedical scientists from the UT Health Science Center to promote excellence in scholarship and biomedical research training for a 3-year period. In year 1, the Academy consists of an immersive, hands-on, 7-week summer research program, in addition to participation in a number of special research oriented activities throughout the academic year. In years 2 and 3, students participate in a faculty-mentored research experience.
Eligibility: Freshmen
Date: June 12- July 26, 2013

02/01/2013 http://voelckeracademy.uthscsa.edu/index.aspx

Bank of America Student Leaders Program
The Student Leaders® Program is an eight-week summer experience. The program includes a paid internship with a local nonprofit organization as well as the Student Leadership Summit in Washington, D.C., July 8-13, 2013. The program gives Student Leaders® the opportunity to develop and apply leadership skills through hands-on community work experience while discovering their own talents for serving their community and leading others
Eligibility: Juniors and Seniors

ASAP bankofamerica.com

High School Leadership Academy
At Centenary College of Louisiana. This academy will engage student-leaders in hands-on learning and experience around our definiation of leadershiop. Through your participation you will begin thinking intentionally about your college preparation, professional goals, and life as a responsible leader
Date: July 14-19, 2013
Eligibility: Sophomores and Juniors
Fee: yes

12/15/2012 http://www.centenary.edu/hsla

The Science and Engineering Apprenticeship Program
This is an 8 week summer research opportunity at a participating ONR laboratory
• Stipend - $3,225 for the eight week program

Eligibility: Must be at least 16 years old and finish freshman year in June.

01/07/2013

 

miamioh.edu/bridges  

High School Leadership Conference
At Texas A&M. HSLC was created to provide high school juniors and seniors with the tools needed to increase leadership roles in their schools and communities. We believe that anyone with the motivation to be a leader can be a leader. Our job is to teach delegates how to utilize their talents to be more effective in their leadership efforts
Date: Nov. 9th-11th
Eligibility: Juniors and seniors
Fee: $85

10/19/2012

 

http://bylt.tamu.edu/

Hollinsummer 2013
A great combination of learning and fun. You can choose from a variety of programs geared to different age groups. Some are a week, some two weeks, some are overnight, some are day only.
Fee: yes, varies depending on camp
Eligibility: varies depending on camp, ranges from 6th-12th grade students
Date: Varies, but ranges from July 14-27 

Start applying in January

www.hollins.edu/hollinsummer

PREP Program
Students will share experiences with other students in the Greater San Antonio Area who are also committed to learning. Their journey will begin on a college campus and will continue through the summer. They will meet professionals in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics who will share their experiences and knowledge about possible future careers. The program is challenging - but rewarding! Plus, high school elective credit is awarded by school districts for the successful completion of each summer of PREP
Fee: $300
Eligibility: 6th grade through 10th grade
Dates: June 17 through July 31

Parent nights coming soon, 
check the website for more information!