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STVM Summer Program Information

Would you like to learn more about your possible major and also the college you want to attend? Do you want to earn college credit and make a good impression with admissions representatives? Participate in a summer program! Come to room 236 and talk to Mrs. Knapp or click on the links below to apply and for more information.

Program
Deadline
Details/Apply
Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation N/A The 2016 ALSF Student Leadership Academy is open to current high school sohomores and juniors and will begin on Monday, July 25th and will last through Thursday, July 28th, 2016 at Villanova University. The program, lodging and meals are provided free of charge to accepted students (students must arrange their own transportation to Philadelphia).
Click Here
to apply!

About the Student Leadership Academy (PDF)
Student Leadership Academy Overview (PDF)
Duke University Summer Academy for High School Students N/A Duke Summer Academy for High School Students is offering exciting new courses in 2015! Have fun and enjoy personal enrichment classes with academically-motivated students from around the world in Duke University's Summer Academy for High School Students. Students currently in grades 9 - 12 are eligible to apply. We still have room in:
  • The Global Entrepreneur: learn problem solving skills and learn about the needs, opportunities and complexities of the global market.
  • The Global Healer: learn about his class the most pressing health issues facing the world today and about different cultural perspectives on medicine.
  • The Global Leader: learn leadership skills and learn about diplomacy and Model United Nations.

Click Here to apply!

John Carroll University Health Information Technology Camp N/A The camp is for current sophomores and juniors interested in the field of healthcare, computer science and other technology fields. There are two week long day camps from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm 1. Building Mobile Apps in Healthcare IT ( July 13-17, 2015) 2. IBM Watson Technology in Healthcare IT (July 20-24, 2015) Students may register for one camp or both. Students who complete both weeks are eligable for one college credit from John Carroll. go to http://sites.jcu.edu/healthitcamp to register and for more information.
Women in Engineering
N/A
The University of Dayton is offering a program for girls interested in a total immersion into the world of engineering. The ladies will spend a week on campus learning bout the various engineering majors and what it is like to live on their college campus. There are many perks to participating in this program. Please visit go.udayton.edu/wie/ for more information and registration. The camp dates are July 8-13 th  For questions call 1-937-229-3296  Annette M. Packard.
Ohio Business Week
N/A
Any Junior or Senior student interested in the broad field of business. Must have at least a 2.5 gpa or better. Have no history of disciplinary action and involved in extracurricular activities   go to www.ohiobusinessweek.org  to register   event will be held June 20-26 at Youngstown State University and July 11-17 at Ohio Dominican University
Ohio University
N/A
The Junior Executive Business Program for Diverse Students – must be a high achieving junior or sophomore from disproportionally represented cultural backgrounds.  Go to www.cob.ohiou.edu/jrexecutive.
University of Virginia
N/A
For Senior and Junior students one week mini sessions, SAT preparation, weekend excursions to Washington DC and Virginia Beach. Study writing, math economics, architecture, environmental studies international business, languages go to www.4starcamps.com  to apply.
Ohio State University
N/A
Are you a minority student interested in Optometry? Visit http://optometry.osu.edu/IDOC/
Pratt Institute- Pre-college program
March 15
Students are immersed in a program of art, design, architecture, creative writing or critical and visual studies. Students can earn college credit.  Go to www.pratt.edu/prostudies.  See Mrs. Knapp for an application and more information.
OSU Linguistics Program
March 31
OSU is hosting a week long program for students interested in Linguistics. Visit http://linguistics.osu.edu/SLIYS/.
The Accounting Careers Awareness Program
April 2
This program is designed for minority students who are sophomores and juniors in high school. This is a free week long program at OSU. This is a very unique opportunity you do not want to miss! Go to www.futurecpa.com.
Ohio Business Week April 30 This is the only week-long business camp in Ohio where high school students practice tackling real business world challenges while having a real college experience. Please see the guidance office in room 240 for more information and an application. You may also download an application at www.ohiobusinessweek.org
Miami University
May 1
Greetings from Oxford, Ohio! Are your students looking for something to do this summer? Encourage them to consider Miami University's Junior Scholars Program, a six-week residential experience for rising high school seniors from across the U.S. and around the world.

Students taking part in the program have the opportunity to earn up to eight hours of college credit while taking university courses taught by our nationally-recognized faculty. They also live in a residence hall with other Junior Scholars and participate in educational seminars, social and cultural events, and recreational programs.

Participants who successfully complete the Junior Scholars Program and meet other minimum requirements are also guaranteed admission to Miami University.

Program Dates: June 24 - August 3
Application Deadline: Domestic - May 1

For more program details and application materials, please visit the  Junior Scholars web site.
Miami University Summer Scholars May 1 This is an opportunity for high achieving, rising juniors and seniors to spend two weeks on Miami's campus exploring a topic of their choice with an acclaimed Miami faculty member. The program offers students a significant advantage in the college application process with workshops on essay writing, intro to financial aide and scholarships as well as developing leadership skills. Go to miamiOH.edu/summerscholars
The George Washington University
May 1
For students 9–11 Must apply by May 1 st There are a variety of programs. Go to www.precollege.gwu.edu.
Hiram College
May 14
Hiram offers a variety of programs in various areas of study. Go to www.hiram.edu/summerathiram.
Boston University
May 30
Mathematics for Young Scientists    June 27 – Aug 7. To apply go to www.promys.org Deadline is May 30th.
American Free Enterprise and Leadership Conference June 1 This program is an intensive one-week introduction to business economics and the benefits of American Free Enterprise. Ohio Business leaders deliver the majority of presentations, and also participate as members of panel discussion groups. They are joined by a small number of free market oriented faculty members. The core instruction provides the foundation for the two college credit course Free Market Economics; ECO 10302. Students form companies, producing and selling a product. Apply at http://www.rio.edu/enactus/American-Free-Enterprise-and-Leadership-Conference.cfm by June 1st.
Daniel Fox Youth Scholars
June
20-25
Lebanon Valley College  Must have completed 9th, 10 th or 11 th grade. For more information check
www.lvc.edu/youth-scholars
.