College Summer Programs

  • NOTE:  THESE ARE NOT SUMMER SCHOOL PROGRAMS.  PLEASE LOOK AT THE SUMMER SCHOOL LINK TO FIND CREDIT RECOVERY AND NEW CREDIT PROGRAMS. 
     

    Summer is a wonderful time to broaden your horizons and enrich your academic knowledge.  

     
    This page will be updated regularly with summer opportunities for our students.
     
    Discover How to Become a Better Gamer & How to Begin Your Esports Career

    Join New York Tech for a 3-day Virtual Summer Esports Camp, where you will have the opportunity to hear from New York Tech staff, esports athletes, and other industry experts.

    Register to listen to experts discuss how to become a better gamer, the importance of looking after your mental and physical health, and how a career in esports could be for you. There will also be an opportunity to show-off your skills in an esports tournament, open to all attendees.

     
    Esports Talks:
    Wednesday, June 23: 4 p.m. – 6 p.m. (EDT)
    Thursday, June 24: 4 p.m. – 6 p.m. (EDT)

    Esports Tournament:
    Friday, June 25: 4 p.m. – 8 p.m. (EDT)
    REGISTER
    The full list of speakers will be shared in the upcoming weeks, and will give you the opportunity to learn more about:
    • How to improve as a competitive gamer
    • How mental and physical well-being impact esports performance
    • How to begin a career in esports
    • How to engage with an audience when streaming
    • How New York Institute of Technology is leading the way in college esports & esports science
    Please register to confirm your attendance, and to receive updates as the full list of speakers is confirmed.
     
    For further details, please contact Aron Moore, Director – Academic & Business Esports Development: amoore15@nyit.edu.

    Learn more about esports at New York Tech!
     
    ENROLL TODAY

    Cooper Union's pre-college art program is virtual again this summer from July 12 to August 5. 

    Enrollment is open for rising high school sophomores, rising juniors and rising seniors aged 15 to 18.

     
    • The program helps high school students prepare work for their college portfolio, worthy of top undergraduate art programs.
    • Intensive classes in Animation, Digital Photography, Drawing, or Graphic Design are offered. 
    • Each class will enjoy virtual guest artists and studio visits and learn to research online collections.
    • The Summer Art Intensive will end with a celebratory showcasing of students’ work in digital galleries.
    • All instructors are working professional artists and are active in the contemporary art world. Check out their bios on our website
    • Teaching assistants are super-talented Cooper Union Art undergraduates.

    Seats in the program are limited. Enroll now while they're still available!

    Animation

    Instructor: NaYon Cho

    Teaching Assistant: Cooper Union School of Art Undergraduate (TBA)

    July 12–August 5, 2021 

    Mondays–Thursdays

    9:00 AM–12:00 PM

    Graphic Design

    Instructor: Tida Tep

    Teaching Assistant: Cooper Union School of Art Undergraduate (TBA)
    July 12–August 5, 2021

    Mondays–Thursdays

    9:00 AM–12:00 PM

    Digital Photography

    Instructor: Alex Mctigue

    Teaching Assistant: Cooper Union School of Art Undergraduate (TBA)

    July 12–August 5, 2021

    Mondays–Thursdays

    9:00 AM–12:00 PM

    Drawing (Section A)

    Instructor: Andrew Ross

    Teaching Assistant: Cooper Union School of Art Undergraduate (TBA)

    July 12–August 5, 2021

    Tuesdays–Thursdays

    1:00 PM–5:00 PM

    Drawing at Home: Material Exploration, Observation and Contemporary Practice

    Instructor: Anne-Marie McIntyre

    Teaching Assistant: Cooper Union School of Art Undergraduate (TBA)

    July 12–August 5, 2021

    Mondays–Thursdays

    1:00 PM–4:00 PM

    Drawing (Section B) 

    Instructor: Pablo Diaz

    Teaching Assistant: Cooper Union School of Art Undergraduate (TBA)

    July 12–August 4, 2021

    Mondays–Wednesdays

    9:00 AM–12:00 PM

     
     
    Creative high school students develop their cinematic and journalistic storytelling skills producing films, videos, visual effects, webcasts and more at Boston University's Academy of Media Production. AMP's daily livestream is collaborative remote learning unlike anything you've ever experienced.
     
    "AMP was immersiveexciting, and challenging - I never imagined that I would learn so much, work so hard, and have such a blast."
     


    Learn in a unique, collaborative live environment

     


    Create videos, short
    films, visual effects, webcasts and more

     
     

    Discover educational
    opportunities and professional pathways

     
     
     

    It's time to AMP UP!

     
    SIGN UP TODAY
     
    Program Dates: July 5 - 31, 2021
    Program Info & Application Materialsbu.edu/amp
    Questions? Contact the program at buamp@bu.edu
     
    Georgetown University  
     
       

    Announcing Georgetown University’s Pre-College Online Program

    Share This Link with your High School Students

    Georgetown University is pleased to announce the launch of our new Pre-College Online Program—offering courses that enable high school students 13 and older to explore subjects they may wish to study in college. The program is launching with two interesting courses, with more in the works.

    Studying with Georgetown is a rewarding experience. We follow the Jesuit tradition of cura personalis—care for the whole person—and our goal in creating this new program is to provide a holistic experience. Students deserve the opportunity to develop their own talents and dreams, and we believe this program will help them do that.

     
       

    Three distinct advantages of this program:

    • Flexible learning: Courses are delivered through dynamic videos featuring Georgetown University professors who are renowned scholars in their fields. Students can tune in anytime, anywhere that is convenient—the ultimate in flexibility.
    • Mentorship: University mentors enrich the learning experience. Mentors are Georgetown students and alumni who are well-versed in the subject area of the course. Mentors also answer questions about majors and careers in the field. They help with brainstorming and assignments.
    • Certificate of Completion from Georgetown University: High school students earn this mark of recognition when they finish the course successfully.

    Please share this link with your students.

     
       

    Courses Currently Available

    Law: How to Think Like an Attorney

    High school students are given an inside look at the profession, practice creating evidence-based arguments, analyzing information, and discerning fact from opinion. The course teaches valuable critical thinking skills. Topics covered offer a good background for potential college majors and career paths related to law.


    Medical Research: Clinical Trials Resulting in Medical Discoveries

    High school students learn the processes researchers use to formulate and conduct studies, as well as evaluate the evidence gathered. Topics covered offer a good background for potential college majors and career paths related to STEM, medical research, pharmacology, and biostatistics.

    Please share this email with your students today.


    LEARN MORE
     

       

    Sincerely,

    Georgetown University Pre-College Online Program
     
    Online all summer. Register Today!

    ~Monmouth University’s College Acceleration Program~

    Randy, help your rising seniors make the most of their summer
    by taking college classes, online or in-person, at Monmouth University this summer!


    Undergraduate summer Tuition has been reduced 15%!
     
    Courses begin: July 6, 2021
    Requirements: 3.0 GPA, 1100 SAT or PSAT equivalent, school counselor recommendation. If students have not been able to take a SAT or PSAT due to COVID-19, please submit the full high school transcript. 
     
    Choose from introductory level courses that are generally easily transferable to most colleges and universities. Courses include Cultures of the World, Media Literacy, College Composition I, Introduction to Psychology, Climate Science, and more!
     
    Questions? Reach out to the Office of Undergraduate Admission by calling 732-571-3456 or via email for more information.
     
    Interested in learning more? View courses and the application at:
    monmouth.edu/jumpstart
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
    Penn Summer

    Announcing new programs and a 100% online schedule for summer 2021!


    Your best and brightest high school students have even more options to choose from this summer with flexible, all-online programming for our credit and non-credit programs.
    Penn Summer Academies

    Penn Summer Academies – New programs added for American Sign Language and Intercultural Communication!

    • Non-credit program
    • For current 9th-11th grade students
    • International students welcome
    • Financial aid for select Philadelphia students
    Penn Summer Data Analytics Camp

    Penn Summer Data Analytics Camp – New for 2021!

    • Non-credit program
    • For current 9th-12th grade students
    Penn Summer Coding Camp

    Penn Summer Coding Camp

    • Non-credit program
    • For current 9th-12th grade students
    Penn Summer Prep

    Penn Summer Prep

    • Non-credit program
    • For current 9th-11th grade students
    • International students welcome
    • Financial aid for select Philadelphia students
    Pre-College Program

    Pre-College Program

    • Undergraduate credit offered
    • For current 10th-11th grade students
    • International students welcome
    Young Scholars Program

    Young Scholars Program

    • Undergraduate credit offered
    • For current 10th-11th grade students
    Learn more about High School Programs

    Applications are open, and the summer 2021 deadline for all programs is May 1. Encourage your outstanding students to consider our program options and get in touch with our team!


    Penn Summer High School Programs
    (215) 898-7326
    hsprogs@sas.upenn.edu
    www.upenn.edu/summer

     
     

    Summer Textile Exploration Program (STEP) 

    Students can apply through May 1!
     

    Randy,

    The Wilson College of Textiles at NC State University is hosting our 2021 Summer Textile Exploration Program virtually. We are elated at the ability to reach more students through this virtual platform. Check out this document to learn a bit more about STEP and which of your students may be a good fit to attend. Feel free to forward the PDF document to any of your students. If any of your students have trouble finding the link to apply, please direct them here.

    We want to thank you for your continuous support and dedication to your students. Please do not hesitate to contact the Wilson College of Textiles Recruitment Team if you have any questions, comments or concerns.

    Wilson College of Textiles Recruitment Team

     
     
     
     
     

    EARN COLLEGE CREDIT AT LE MOYNE

     
     
     
     



    For many years, Le Moyne College has offered students entering their junior and senior year of high school the opportunity to participate in our Summer Scholars Program.

    Summer Scholars can take rigorous coursework and earn college credit while saving more than 50% on tuition. The requirements for our Summer Scholars program are very similar to our admission requirements for the first year class.

    • GPA of 87 or better
    • PSAT/SAT score of 1000 or higher*
    • PLAN/ACT score of  22 or higher*
    *If scores are available.​​​​​​ We will remain flexible to accommodate students whose testing plans were affected by COVID-19.
     

    Interested students can visit our Summer Scholars webpage  and  apply online. Applications for June-mester and Summer Session II are due by May 14 and June 25, respectively. Applying early for the program is recommended as space may be limited.


    Should you have any questions about Le Moyne's Summer Scholars program, feel free to contact me at admission@lemoyne.edu.
     
    BU Summer Journalism Academy

    Dear Colleague:

    We understand this is a busy time of year for you. Along with teaching from home and preparing students for the next grade or chapter of their lives, you are also looking for ways to keep them inspired and motivated in the things that matter to them. 

    As some programs are ending applications for their summer programs, we are still accepting applications on a rolling basis until June. If you have students who are interested in writing or exploring careers in media and communications, suggest they apply to our online Boston University Summer Journalism Academy

    In our Writing and Reporting sessions, our award-winning journalists work with students to show them how to follow facts and get to the heart of stories affecting their communities. Students will have the option to publish one of their stories on our Academy’s website, The Terrier , for their college admission portfolios.

    Do you have students who want to explore their creative side? Suggest they apply to one of our Photojournalism sessions. Our instructor and veteran photojournalist, Stephen Haines, will help students sharpen their camera skills to teach them the basics of visual storytelling. 

    No matter what session your students select, they will learn practical skills that they can apply to any career.

    Two-week sessions begin on June 21, July 5, and July 19. Students have the option of picking which session(s) they would like to attend.

    To learn more visit our website. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis. The final deadline to apply is in June 2021.

    SPECIAL DISCOUNT: If students are accepted to the program and pay the registration fee by April 24, they will receive a special discount of $200 off the tuition. Just pass along this discount code for your students to use online: 21BUADMISSIONS

    Sincerely,

    Ermolande Jean-Simon
    Student Programs Manager
    Boston University Summer Journalism Academy

     
    1. PHocus: Public Health Outbreaks, Community, & Urban Studies Rutgers School of Public Health will be hosting a public health experience for incoming high school 9th-12th graders this summer. PHocus is an interdisciplinary educational program that enables students to explore population health and learn the fundamentals of epidemiology, the basic science of public health. Students will participate in a variety of activities to learn about population health and community disease and have conversations with public health scientists and practitioners.  The Summer 2021 PHocus Summer Experience will be held virtually via Zoom from July 12-16, 2021, 10:00am-1:00pm each day.  Applications are open now!  If you would like more information or to apply to this experience visit http://sph.rutgers.edu/training/phocus.html or email the camp at summercamp@sph.rutgers.edu
    2. BOLD - July  2021: Applications are being accepted until March 31 at www.cinj.org/bold High school-aged students are invited to apply for the BOLD Camp (BioCONECT Oncology Leadership Development) - a unique summer learning opportunity for students who have an interest in learning about cellular biology and genetics of cancer, as well as the diverse careers connected to the field.

    The BOLD 2021 virtual Program Outline is as follows:

    • Monday, July 19, 10am-12:30pm
    • Tuesday, July 20, 10am-12:00pm (for small group activities)
    • Wednesday, July 21, 10am-12:30pm
    • Monday, July 26, 10am-12:30pm
    • Tuesday, July 27, 10am-12:00pm (for small group activities)
    • Wednesday, July 28, 10am-12:30pm

    Thank you for sharing this with your students!

    1. The Rutgers Youth Enjoy Science (RUYES) program invites science teachers from high schools with significant proportions of students from underrepresented backgrounds (URG) and students from URG to engage in mentored cancer research and professional development.
      • Teachers will have the opportunity to:
    • Engage in basic, clinical, or population-based cancer research for eight weeks during two consecutive summers.
    • Receive curriculum development support to design innovative curricula they can take back to their classrooms.
    • Present their research findings at an Ann
      • Students will have the opportunity to:
    • Receive hands-on training in cutting-edge cancer research.
    • Conduct research in mentor-supervised laboratories for 10 weeks per summer for two consecutive years.
    • Prepare a poster and a 10-minute talk based on their research experience for presentation at the Annual Research Day.
    • Participate in educational seminars addressing key concepts in cancer and exploring the research literature.
    • Receive compensation for their time and other possible expenses.

    For more information and how to apply visit our website cinj.org/RUYES.  For assistance or additional information, contact RUYES@cinj.rutgers.edu.

    If you have any questions please let me know. Look forward to working with you.

     
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    We would like to invite your students to participate in one of the University of New Haven's Summer Youth Academies! We offer innovative and individualized summer programs to local high school & middle school students who are interested in having a hands-on experience in these exciting areas of study. This summer, we will be offering both virtual and on-ground programs.  

    LEARN MORE

    Choose from one of these unique summer programs: 

    • All Girls Math Academy - Sponsored by Verizon, this program introduces students to the world of mathematics and computer science.
    • Esports Academy - Explore the exciting e-sports industry and build your skills as a player and as a business leader.

    • GenCyber Agent Academy - Led by internationally recognized leaders in cybersecurity, this academy will introduce you into the fascinating world of cybersecurity.
    • Health Professions Academy - This program will use case-based learning to expose students to a wide range of health professions.

    All on-ground programs will be adhering to social distancing guidelines in addition to other COVID-19 safety measures. If you have any questions regarding our summer programs or registration, please contact Conference Services by email at conferenceservices@newhaven.edu or phone at 203-479-4223. 

    We look forward to seeing your students this summer! 

    Sincerely, 

    Kathleen Roberts 
    Director of Conference Services 

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    If your students intend to pursue art, design, architecture, or writing as a college major, their portfolio will be an important part of the college application process. 

    Pratt’s summer 2021 PreCollege Intensive Program provides students with an opportunity to build their art and design skills, create a portfolio of their work, and explore possibilities for study and employment in creative fields. Classes are modeled after Pratt’s undergraduate curriculum, taught by experienced faculty and alumni in order to provide students with a rich and immersive educational experience. The application-only program equips students with elective college credits accepted at Pratt and most other colleges and universities.

    NOTE: PreCollege programs will continue online through the summer 2021 term, allowing us to maintain Pratt’s high-quality instruction while caring for student and faculty safety. Learn more about Pratt Institute’s COVID-19 response here.

    You may review our updated course offerings at pratt.edu/precollege.

    NEW: Join our Live Zoom Info Session to learn more!
    Wednesday, April 7, 2021
    12:30PM-1:30PM Eastern Time

    We are currently accepting applications for Summer 2021 courses. 

    PreCollege welcomes students of all experience levels!

    QUESTIONS?
    Contact
    email: precollege@pratt.edu

     



    Hello Randy,

    The General Application Deadline for the University of Miami's three-week, credit-bearing Summer Scholars Program (for high school sophomores and juniors) and two-week, non-credit UM Academies (for high school freshmen, sophomores, and juniors) is April 30, 2021. Students are encouraged to apply as soon as possible to secure space in their preferred program and take advantage of the following benefits delivered in a synchronous, remote format:

    • Earn six college credits in the three-week program
    • Learn from renowned University of Miami professors
    • Make connections with other high school students from around the world
    • Explore academic passions and possible career paths
    LEARN MORE

    Students Can Receive a $25 Application Fee Waiver*

    When students enter the "GUIDANCE" waiver code on page 5 of the application by April 30, 2021, they can:

    • Reduce the cost of the application fee by $25
    • Secure priority in their preferred academic specialty
    • Receive their acceptance status earlier

    Have Questions?

    We are here to help with any questions that you may have. To speak to an advisor, please call 305-284-4000 today.

    *The waiver code expires on April 30, 2021. Applications must be submitted before 11:59 p.m. EDT on April 30. Please note that refunds or discounts cannot be issued once the application has been submitted.

     
    Online all summer. Register Today!

    ~Monmouth University’s College Acceleration Program~

    Randy, help your rising seniors make the most of their summer
    by taking college classes, online or in-person, at Monmouth University this summer!


    Undergraduate summer Tuition has been reduced 15%!
     
    Courses begin: July 6, 2021
    Requirements: 3.0 GPA, 1100 SAT or PSAT equivalent, school counselor recommendation. If students have not been able to take a SAT or PSAT due to COVID-19, please submit the full high school transcript. 
     
    Choose from introductory level courses that are generally easily transferable to most colleges and universities. Courses include Cultures of the World, Media Literacy, College Composition I, Introduction to Psychology, Climate Science, and more!
     
    Questions? Reach out to the Office of Undergraduate Admission by calling 732-571-3456 or via email for more information.
     
    Interested in learning more? View courses and the application at:
    monmouth.edu/jumpstart
     
     
    Worcester Polytechnic Institute
    WPI Pre-Collegiate Outreach Programs
    Greetings from WPI,

    For over 30 years, WPI's Frontiers program has delivered innovative and life-changing STEM programs that empower students while giving them a glimpse of college life. Right now, our students need unique ways to learn, socialize, and continue to explore their passions and prepare for college. WPI is excited to announce we will be offering both credit bearing and non-credit bearing online experiences for 11th and 12th graders.
     
    WPI Frontiers
    Frontiers for Credit

    Rising 11th and 12th grade students can earn college credit WITH additional support services for tutoring, college planning, career exploration, social activities and connecting with peers from around the globe. Courses range from introductory courses in physics, CAD, robotics, and biotechnology to courses in literacy and global system of pandemics. Checkout the full course offerings and apply today!
    Frontiers

    Rising 11th and 12th grade student can explore a STEM major and Humanities and Arts minor in a two- or four-week online program in July. Students will learn in tandem with other students in this synchronous program and get the chance deepen their knowledge alongside WPI faculty and likeminded students. Check out our course offerings and apply today!
    WPI Frontiers
    WPI Frontiers

    Application process: 
    1. Complete the application. 
    2. Send us a transcript at pop@wpi.edu. Official transcripts are preferred but self-submitted are accepted. 
    3. Get ready for a summer of fun!
    Please note that...
    • No letters of recommendation are required to apply.
    • There is no fee to apply.
     
    Launch Virtual Experience

    We also offer programs for rising 9th and 10th graders. Launch allows students to explore a STEM discipline of their choosing during our week long pre-college program. Learn more below! 
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    100 Institute Road Worcester, MA,
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    Dear Randy

     

    At UHart, we want to not only support our students during their tenure at the University, but offer opportunities to get a head-start on the college experience. 

     

    The summer programs below are designed to help high school students learn more about a particular area of study. After participating students will have a broader knowledge of the subject matter and a greater sense of college academics.

     

    Please share the following opportunities with your interested students. They need not have applied to UHart to participate in these summer programs

    UHart Architecture Summer Institute

    Dates: July 12-30

    Learn more and register

     

    The University of Hartford and the College of Engineering, Technology, and Architecture (CETA) are launching a new, exciting program for students considering a rewarding career in the architecture field while gaining valuable college experience. This pre-college program offers a unique three-week experience in architecture and design for rising high school juniors and seniors. The program is taught in the well-equipped architecture studios at the University of Hartford with additional opportunities outside of the studio including field trips, architecture firm visits, and more. If you know of a student who has an interest in design, art, architecture, construction, graphics, or related interests, encourage them to apply by May 1 for scholarship consideration.

    Music Industry Summer Program

    July 12-16

    Learn more and register

    Through master classes and hands-on project learning, rising sophomores through recently graduated seniors in high school learn the art and craft of songwriting. In the mornings, you will work with professional producers and engineers to learn the basics of song construction, demo recording, and the process of mixing and mastering. In the afternoons, you will attend master classes and workshops that focus on the basics of copyright regulations, music marketing campaigns, and other highlights of the industry. One impactful week allows you to earn your first songwriting credits, meet passionate peers from all over the country, and learn how you can pursue your own career in the music industry.

     

    Summer Musical Theatre Intensive: Preprofessional

    July 12-16

    Learn more and register

    SMTI Preprofessional fosters excellence, artistry, and a love of musical theatre in performers age 14–20. Our 2021 program will focus on themes of individual empowerment and self-creation, and engaging as a community of learners through art-making, observation, discussion, and reflection. From 9am-5pm, students will work during technique classes and in small group labs to explore scene and song text, comedic improv, on-camera technique, and vocal health, as well as creating movement variations on given choreography.  Each day, students will present individual content based on the new skills they are learning. Students should come to class in clothes that allow them to move easily. They should be prepared to participate in class sessions in a place that is well-lit and free from distractions, and should have a means to take notes during class sessions.  Our final pre-recorded showcase performance is developed, and the material chosen, with each specific participant in mind. This video showcase will serve as the final performance of the Intensive, with viewing links distributed to students, and a group watch-party! 

     

    Young Composers Project: Summer Edition

    Dates: August 2-6 and August 9-13

    Learn more and register

    This remote two-week intensive is designed for students in grades 7–12 who are passionate about writing music. Learn composition techniques, approaches to media scoring while actively developing music for film, TV, and/or video game scenes. The online program includes synchronous instruction (approximately 1.5-3 hours per day) and supplemental online content for students to watch on their own. Students will participate in remote classes, small group breakout sessions, and 1:1 mentoring. Additional, Asynchronous material will be provided for students to watch on their own.

    We hope your students with a love of music and architecture will take advantage of this opportunity to experience UHart. Please reach out with questions.

    Sincerely,

     

    Rick Zeiser

    Dean of Admission

    University of Hartford

    zeiser@hartford.edu

    hartford.edu

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    Norwich University is accepting applications for Fall 2021 until full. Students can get started today:
     
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    GenCyber: June 28 - July 2
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    Interested in getting involved in information security and digital forensics? Want to learn how to defend against cyber attacks and protect yourself online? Learn how the pros investigate hi-tech crimes by becoming a cyber sleuth!
     
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    Future Leader Camp 
    July 12-16
    Future Leader Camp is a 5-day summertime virtual experience that builds understanding of small-group leadership techniques, leadership ethics, teamwork, problem-solving, and communication. Learn about in life at a senior military college, and explore ROTC scholarships that fit your goals.
     
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    Architecture + Art Summer Design Academy is an exciting, hands-on learning experience that combines design creativity, historical perspective, technical excellence, social responsibility, and environmental leadership—with plenty of time for bringing ideas to life.
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    June 21-25
    We have developed lesson plans that give you the tools to succeed in a high-level gaming environment. Starting from streaming footage, to discord communication, to LAN-competition knowledge, this program lays the groundwork for navigating all the way to the top, where playing video games for Norwich University can help pay for college.
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    Your students are invited to be part of the 2021 Stockton CSI Summer Camp for High School students at Stockton University, just west of Atlantic City.          

     

    Stockton CSI is a residential summer camp for high school students (and those who will enter high school in the fall) who would like hands-on experience with a homicide investigation and trial.  The camp has been featured on The Today Show and in The Wall Street Journal.

     

    Campers will work alongside criminal justice and forensic psychology professionals as part of an elite team to help solve a murder.  They will be involved with every phase of the investigative and legal process, from a crime scene investigation to a criminal trial.  Campers will also go meet attorneys, criminologists, and professionals from the Atlantic County Medical Examiner's Office, the Air Marshal Training Center, and the Atlantic County Jail.   

     

    For more information, please visit our website: www.StocktonCSI.com  

     

    Stockton will offer three camps this summer.  Space is limited to 25 students per camp.  Please encourage your students to register early!

    Summer 2021 Camp Dates
    Camp 1: July 11-15
    Camp 2: July 18-22
    Camp 3: July 25-29

     

    Stockton University is following state and federal guidelines for COVID-19.  More information can be found here

     

    If you have any questions, contact us at stocktoncsi@stockton.edu or 609-541-7911.

     

    Please help us to spread the word about the camp by giving your students our Camp Poster; forwarding this message to interested students, colleagues, and friends; and “Liking” our Facebook page:  https:/www.facebook.com/stockton.csi/

     

    Thank you for your help!

     

    Stockton CSI Summer Camp

    www.StocktonCSI.com

    Stockton University

    101 Vera King Farris Dr.

    Galloway, NJ  08205

     

    Stockton CSI

     

     

     
     
    Creative high school students develop their cinematic and journalistic storytelling skills producing films, videos, visual effects, webcasts and more at Boston University's Academy of Media Production. AMP's daily livestream is collaborative remote learning unlike anything you've ever experienced.
     
    "AMP was immersiveexciting, and challenging - I never imagined that I would learn so much, work so hard, and have such a blast."
     


    Learn in a unique, collaborative live environment

     


    Create videos, short
    films, visual effects, webcasts and more

     
     

    Discover educational
    opportunities and professional pathways

     
     
     

    It's time to AMP UP!

     
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    Program Dates: July 5 - 31, 2021
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    ENROLL TODAY

    Cooper Union's pre-college art program is virtual again this summer from July 12 to August 5. 

    Enrollment is open for rising high school sophomores, rising juniors and rising seniors aged 15 to 18.

     
    • The program helps high school students prepare work for their college portfolio, worthy of top undergraduate art programs.
    • Intensive classes in Animation, Digital Photography, Drawing, or Graphic Design are offered. 
    • Each class will enjoy virtual guest artists and studio visits and learn to research online collections.
    • The Summer Art Intensive will end with a celebratory showcasing of students’ work in digital galleries.
    • All instructors are working professional artists and are active in the contemporary art world. Check out their bios on our website
    • Teaching assistants are super-talented Cooper Union Art undergraduates.

    Animation

    Instructor: NaYon Cho

    Teaching Assistant: Cooper Union School of Art Undergraduate (TBA)

    July 12–August 5, 2021 

    Mondays–Thursdays

    9:00 AM–12:00 PM

    Drawing (Section A)

    Instructor: Andrew Ross

    Teaching Assistant: Cooper Union School of Art Undergraduate (TBA)

    July 12–August 5, 2021

    Tuesdays–Thursdays

    1:00 PM–5:00 PM

    Drawing at Home: Material Exploration, Observation and Contemporary Practice

    Instructor: Anne-Marie McIntyre

    Teaching Assistant: Cooper Union School of Art Undergraduate (TBA)

    July 12–August 5, 2021

    Mondays–Thursdays

    1:00 PM–4:00 PM

    Digital Photography

    Instructor: Alex Mctigue

    Teaching Assistant: Cooper Union School of Art Undergraduate (TBA)

    July 12–August 5, 2021

    Mondays–Thursdays

    9:00 AM–12:00 PM

    Drawing (Section B) 

    Instructor: Pablo Diaz

    Teaching Assistant: Cooper Union School of Art Undergraduate (TBA)

    July 12–August 4, 2021

    Mondays–Wednesdays

    9:00 AM–12:00 PM

    Graphic Design

    Instructor: Tida Tep

    Teaching Assistant: Cooper Union School of Art Undergraduate (TBA)
    July 12–August 5, 2021

    Mondays–Thursdays

    9:00 AM–12:00 PM

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