Summer Programs

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UC Davis, Young Scholars ProgramWhat: lab research primarily in biological and natural sciences, including preparing a journal-quality paper, and presenting at a symposium.  Who: rising seniors/juniors (Class of 2024/2025).  When: June 25-August 5, 2023.  Cost: $6,500, but financial aid is available, up to the full cost of the program!  Deadline: March 15, 2023.  

Georgetown, International Relations Academy.  What
: spend your day immersed in a blend of classes, off-sites, activities, and group discussions. Throughout the week, you'll have the opportunity to explore subject areas such as The Structure of the International System, The Instruments of Foreign Policy, Intelligence and Foreign Policy, Ethics and International Affairs, International Law, Terrorism, Nuclear weapons, The Environment, Global Health, International Development, Special States in the International System (North Korea & Russia), The Future of the International System.  Cost: $3,225.  Who: high school students, all grades, minimum GPA 2.0.  Factors: 300-500 word essay.  Deadline: May 15.  

NYU. Programs vary from the Virtual Art Program, to the Steinhardt Summer Recording & Production Workshop, to the Summer Institute of Music Technology, to the Tisch School's Online High School Screenwriters Workshop, and the Tandon School of Engineering's Applied Research Innovations in Science and Engineering, Science Explorations Program, and Summer Math Program for Young Scholars.  

Penn, M&T Management and Technology Summer Inst.  Dates: July 9-29, 2023.  Cost: $9.000, but financial aid is available!  An extremely rigorous, non-stop, fast-paced college course that introduces students to the fundamental knowledge and skills necessary for successfully linking technology and management concepts in just three weeks.  
Courses taught by full-time Wharton and Penn Engineering faculty; Attendees explore Penn’s business and engineering offerings, hearing guest lectures from prominent faculty recognized as leaders in their field; Students build and present a prototype and go-to-market plan for their own high-tech venture; Project presentations are evaluated by Penn faculty, receiving feedback from seasoned entrepreneurs and investors; Students participate in simulations led by industry innovators such as Google.