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Jun 21 - 27, 2020 | Ages: 15 - 17
Earn college credit, grow as a leader, and improve your community this summer. At the Summer Leadership & Service Summit (LSS) students between their sophomore and junior year or junior and senior year of high school attend a week-long residential institute to study and practice leadership skills and service as a form of community and civic engagement. In a week of hands-on learning, students work under the direction of faculty and staff from Wartburg College’s Institute for Leadership Education.
College access Residential Leadership College credit
Jul 12 - 19, 2020 | Ages: 15 - 17
The Open Table Youth Theology Institute is a weeklong immersion experience for rising high school sophomores, juniors, and seniors at the University of Evansville. Students will stay in the residence halls on campus, live together in community, and immerse themselves in learning and theological exploration with university faculty, clergy, college mentors, and student peers.
Residential Academic Specialty College access Leadership
Jun 21, 2020 - Jul 8, 2020 | Ages: 15 - 18
Apply to take part in a two and a half week course (worth three college credit hours!) at Cornell College for high school juniors, seniors, and recent graduates. Attending the One Course Summer Institute makes you eligible for a $4,000 scholarship if you enroll as a full-time student at Cornell.
Academic Arts Residential College access College credit
Jul 6 - 17, 2020 | Ages: 15 - 17
Experience college life at Northwestern University this summer in the College Prep Program. High school sophomores and juniors can take undergraduate courses for college credit, or enroll in a two-week IN FOCUS seminar in a special topic area. IN FOCUS Seminars are designed to expose students to top Northwestern faculty highlighting themes relevant today. They do not have the time commitment or cost of a college credit course. These two-week noncredit seminars are structured like a college seminar course. Faculty will lead the seminar through discussion, readings and study, enabling a rich learning experience. Only College Prep students are able to enroll in the seminars, which will appear on your official Northwestern University transcript upon successful completion. If you wish to request credit at your high school for a seminar, discuss this with your counselor ahead of time since the acceptance of credit depends on your school's policy.
Residential Competitive application process Career College access Academic
Jun 22, 2020 - Jul 3, 2020 | Ages: 15 - 17
Experience college life at Northwestern University this summer in the College Prep Program. High school sophomores and juniors can take undergraduate courses for college credit, or enroll in a two-week IN FOCUS seminar in a special topic area. IN FOCUS Seminars are designed to expose students to top Northwestern faculty highlighting themes relevant today. They do not have the time commitment or cost of a college credit course. These two-week noncredit seminars are structured like a college seminar course. Faculty will lead the seminar through discussion, readings and study, enabling a rich learning experience. Only College Prep students are able to enroll in the seminars, which will appear on your official Northwestern University transcript upon successful completion. If you wish to request credit at your high school for a seminar, discuss this with your counselor ahead of time since the acceptance of credit depends on your school's policy.
Residential Career Competitive application process Academic College access
Jun 21, 2020 - Jul 3, 2020 | Ages: 15 - 17
Experience college life at Northwestern University this summer in the College Prep Program. High school sophomores and juniors can take undergraduate courses for college credit, or enroll in a two-week IN FOCUS seminar in a special topic area. IN FOCUS Seminars are designed to expose students to top Northwestern faculty highlighting themes relevant today. They do not have the time commitment or cost of a college credit course. These two-week noncredit seminars are structured like a college seminar course. Faculty will lead the seminar through discussion, readings and study, enabling a rich learning experience. Only College Prep students are able to enroll in the seminars, which will appear on your official Northwestern University transcript upon successful completion. If you wish to request credit at your high school for a seminar, discuss this with your counselor ahead of time since the acceptance of credit depends on your school's policy.
Career College access Competitive application process Academic Residential
Jun 28, 2020 - Jul 18, 2020 | Ages: 16 - 17
Recent decades have shown significantly high and increasing degrees of income and wealth inequality within the United States. An understanding of the true extent, causes, and consequences of this inequality is vital to formulating effective policies. In this course, we will focus on an understanding of the causes and the dangerous repercussions of this inequality. We will also emphasize the study of and the results from assessing the role of discrimination in this problem. Finally, we will examine a recent Boston Globe series on the significantly pervasive racism in Boston. We shall review that series as a case study. During the course, students will learn a significant amount of basic economics, some statistical concepts, a focused view on making public policy, and, finally, the case study of Boston. - Clark Ross, Frontis W. Johnston Professor of Economics; Ph.D. Boston College; B.A. University of Pennsylvania
Stem Residential Academic Needs based scholarship College access
Jun 14 - 19, 2020 | Ages: 14 - 17
College 101 is a week filled with tips, skills trainings, and workshops that will give any college bound student an advantage in the admissions process. Students will experience college life, eat in the student dining hall, live in a residence hall, tour campus, explore majors and career options, and sit in on a college class. Students will also have the opportunity to learn from financial aid experts, hear from professors, participate in a student life panel, and experience the recreation facilities, all while also gaining ACT prep hours throughout the week.
Test prep Residential Needs based scholarship Academic College access
Jun 21, 2020 - Jul 8, 2020 | Ages: 15 - 18
Apply to take part in a two and a half week course (worth three college credit hours!) at Cornell College for high school juniors, seniors, and recent graduates. Attending the One Course Summer Institute makes you eligible for a $4,000 scholarship if you enroll as a full-time student at Cornell.
College credit Academic Residential Arts College access
Jun 21, 2020 - Jul 8, 2020 | Ages: 15 - 18
Apply to take part in a two and a half week course (worth three college credit hours!) at Cornell College for high school juniors, seniors, and recent graduates. Attending the One Course Summer Institute makes you eligible for a $4,000 scholarship if you enroll as a full-time student at Cornell.
College credit Stem College access Academic Residential
Jul 20 - 31, 2020 | Ages: 15 - 17
Experience college life at Northwestern University this summer in the College Prep Program. High school sophomores and juniors can take undergraduate courses for college credit, or enroll in a two-week IN FOCUS seminar in a special topic area. IN FOCUS Seminars are designed to expose students to top Northwestern faculty highlighting themes relevant today. They do not have the time commitment or cost of a college credit course. These two-week noncredit seminars are structured like a college seminar course. Faculty will lead the seminar through discussion, readings and study, enabling a rich learning experience. Only College Prep students are able to enroll in the seminars, which will appear on your official Northwestern University transcript upon successful completion. If you wish to request credit at your high school for a seminar, discuss this with your counselor ahead of time since the acceptance of credit depends on your school's policy.
Competitive application process Residential Career College access Academic
Jul 6 - 17, 2020 | Ages: 15 - 17
Experience college life at Northwestern University this summer in the College Prep Program. High school sophomores and juniors can take undergraduate courses for college credit, or enroll in a two-week IN FOCUS seminar in a special topic area. IN FOCUS Seminars are designed to expose students to top Northwestern faculty highlighting themes relevant today. They do not have the time commitment or cost of a college credit course. These two-week noncredit seminars are structured like a college seminar course. Faculty will lead the seminar through discussion, readings and study, enabling a rich learning experience. Only College Prep students are able to enroll in the seminars, which will appear on your official Northwestern University transcript upon successful completion. If you wish to request credit at your high school for a seminar, discuss this with your counselor ahead of time since the acceptance of credit depends on your school's policy.
College access Residential Academic Competitive application process Career
Jul 20 - 31, 2020 | Ages: 15 - 17
Experience college life at Northwestern University this summer in the College Prep Program. High school sophomores and juniors can take undergraduate courses for college credit, or enroll in a two-week IN FOCUS seminar in a special topic area. IN FOCUS Seminars are designed to expose students to top Northwestern faculty highlighting themes relevant today. They do not have the time commitment or cost of a college credit course. These two-week noncredit seminars are structured like a college seminar course. Faculty will lead the seminar through discussion, readings and study, enabling a rich learning experience. Only College Prep students are able to enroll in the seminars, which will appear on your official Northwestern University transcript upon successful completion. If you wish to request credit at your high school for a seminar, discuss this with your counselor ahead of time since the acceptance of credit depends on your school's policy.
Career College access Competitive application process Residential Academic
Jun 28, 2020 - Jul 18, 2020 | Ages: 16 - 17
Myth of fact: "Music is a universal language that brings people together"? Lets put that to the test! After familiarizing ourselves with the grammatical rules governing our own musical language and considering the role music plays in our daily lives, we will delve into the probing question of how that language holds up universally. To investigate the validity of this idea we examine a diverse array of music practices from around the globe. We first establish a musical vocabulary for talking about current music in the United States, and then our journey will introduce you to the didgeridoo and Dreamtime in aboriginal Australian culture, the glorious world of Caribbean steel drums, polyrhythmic West African drumming, multi-phonic overtone singing from East Asia, the sitar of India, and culminates with students each investigating a topic of personal interest. What conclusions will we draw? You might be surprised--you will definitely be challenged! Bring your ears, a healthy musical appetite and your curiosity. (No previous musical training required.) - Jennifer Stasack, Professor of Music; D.M.A. University of Cincinnati College - Conservatory of Music; M.M., B.M. University of Hawaii, Manoa
College access Academic Stem Needs based scholarship Residential
Jun 21, 2020 - Jul 8, 2020 | Ages: 15 - 18
Apply to take part in a two and a half week course (worth three college credit hours!) at Cornell College for high school juniors, seniors, and recent graduates. Attending the One Course Summer Institute makes you eligible for a $4,000 scholarship if you enroll as a full-time student at Cornell.
Residential College credit College access Academic Stem

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