Tufts Summer Study. Program Overview The College Courses for Seniors program is offered exclusively to rising high school seniors (students graduating in 2016). For six weeks, you will be a member of the larger Tufts community, taking one or two Tufts University courses for academic credit. You can choose to explore a new subject - philosophy, economics, or engineering, or you can choose a favorite subject you want to delve into more deeply, such as math, a foreign language, science, or drama. Courses are offered by the Schools of Arts and Sciences and Engineering. You will study alongside Tufts and visiting undergraduate students, earning a Tufts credit, which is the equivalent of three or four semester hours at other universities.
You can request that the credit you earn at Tufts be transferred to the college you attend at a later time. The application deadline is Friday, June 5, 2015. Click here for a directory of courses available to qualified applicants in the College Courses for Seniors program. Science. American Physical Society (APS Physics), APS Physics Job Center|Find Your Career Here. College Lists / Summer Programs - General.
Summer Programs - General (Scroll down for a listing of US-based programs by state.) See also our more targeted lists of programs for under-represented and/or minority students, studying abroad, adventure-wilderness discovery, architecture and/or engineering, business, film, environmental science & sustainability, language-intensive programs, leadership, math and computer science, students interested in sports-related fields, pre-med students, summer study abroad, theatrical training, visual arts, and writing/journalism. We are also in the process of collecting information on low or no-fee programs as well as programs for middle school students.
Search engines or sites that are specific to summer programs: Allen's Guide: ACA (American Collegiate Adventures) - multi-site, multi-focus: ASA - summer academic programs for high school students: Choice Camps' searchable summer camp database: 10 Summer Activities That Will Turn Admissions’ Heads.
10 Summer Activities That Will Turn Admissions’ Heads. What should you do during the summer | Ivy Plus. One of the most popular subjects that we at Ivy Plus get questions on from Scandinavian students is Extracurricular Activities (EC). There is usually a little frustration when dealing with this evaluative criteria in US college admissions. As many readers know, Scandinavians are not used to community or civic involvement quite the way Americans* are, and the way American colleges in particular expect.
There are no requirements of students at the VG/Gymnasium level to do any EC, and it’s not part of the culture, although some are trying to change that. So, what does a Scandinavian applicant do about it? How does an applicant make themselves look like a worthy candidate to their target schools when they have done no volunteer work, have not participated in any clubs because there weren’t any at their school, or have not received any awards for academic or extracurricular work because it’s not in their culture to give them? Get a job or internship in the field you are interested in.
Summer Internship Program in Biomedical Research (SIP) - Training Programs in the Biomedical Sciences - Office of Intramural Training & Education at the National Institutes of Health. Before you begin, take a look at the Applying Successfully Video NOTE: In addition to the main SIP program, we describe SIP subprograms (CCSEP, HiSTEP, HiSTEP 2.0, AMGEN, and GSOAR) organized by the NIH Office of Intramural Training & Education at the end of this page; be certain to take a look and see if any of them interest you. You can also apply to two additional programs using the SIP application: the Biomedical Engineering Summer Internship Program (BESIP) and the NINR-Summer Genetics Institute (NINR-SGI).
The application for summer 2017 is now CLOSED! Program Description: Summer programs at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) provide an opportunity to spend a summer working at the NIH side-by-side with some of the leading scientists in the world, in an environment devoted exclusively to biomedical research. The NIH consists of the 240-bed Mark O. Internships cover a minimum of eight weeks, with students generally arriving at the NIH in May or June. NIH SIP Subprograms.
CityLab’s SummerLab Biotechnology Program » CityLab » BUMC. Penn Summer High School Programs | Penn Summer. Young Scholars Program | Penn LPS. The University of Pennsylvania's College of Liberal and Professional Studies offers a special opportunity for academically exceptional local high school students to take college courses with Penn students and earn full college credit. Young Scholars can pursue their favorite discipline beyond the level offered in secondary schools, get a head start on their college requirements, or explore a brand new field that interests them. Eligibility The Young Scholars program is open to high school juniors and seniors. It is not designed for younger students or for students who have been admitted to Penn through the Early Decision option. Our average applicant has: At least a 3.3 G.P.A.Scores in the 85th percentile or greater in all sections of their standardized tests (SAT, PSAT, ACT)Writing that shows both technical skill and intellectual depthStrong recommendationsA variety of extracurricular interests Curriculum Requirements Enrollment in the Young Scholars Program is limited.
How To Apply Costs. Biomedical Research Academy | Penn Summer. Taught by members of Penn's Department of Biology and regional biology teachers, the goal of this program is to introduce students to the experimental basis of biology, including relevance to disease. The focus of the program will be on how we know what we know. Daily morning lectures and discussions on the cellular, molecular and genetic aspects of biology will be followed on some days by guest lectures from scientists and clinicians from Penn’s Department of Biology and from the Penn Medical School.
Afternoons will be spent in the laboratory with hands-on experiments that introduce you to the tools and techniques used in biomedical research labs. You will also participate in a small group “journal club” where you will learn to read primary scientific literature on a current topic of interest. Prerequisites: One year of high school Biology is required for application. Program Director: Linda Robinson, Ph.D. Dr. How to Apply. SummerLab Biotechnology Program » Pre-College And Youth Summer Programs. Boston University School of Medicine Dates: July 7-11, July 14-18, July 21-25, July 28-August 1, and August 4-8Grade level: Students entering 10th, 11th, or 12th grade in fall 2014. Graduated seniors are also welcome. SummerLab provides students with an opportunity to develop a deeper understanding of basic techniques and concepts associated with biotechnology and DNA science. This is a hands-on, laboratory-based program during which students work cooperatively in laboratories at the Boston University School of Medicine.
Students can choose from two programs. Clinical Connection is focused on exploring medical research and techniques. This hands-on week introduces the use of cutting edge technology to research disease and the processes involved in the development of clinical trials for potential treatments. SummerLab is offered as either a residential program or a commuter program (for students in the Greater Boston area) and is accessible to students with disabilities.