• Audrey Walton Youth Leadership Conference
    Sponsored by the Show-Me State Games
    July 20-22, 2017 
    Applications due: May 12, 2017 
    The 2017 Audrey Walton Youth Leadership Conference Sponsored by the Show-Me State Games will be held July 20-22 on the University of Missouri campus. During the 3-day conference, you will engage in several activities that will encourage you to step up and be a leaders amongst your peers. All students will participate in both indoor and outdoor team activities. You will attend a luncheon as well as a dinner banquet where you will have the opportunity to listen to some of the state’s outstanding leaders.  
    For more information visit the Show-Me State Games Audrey Walton webpage

    Barnard Pre-College Programs
    Experience Summer in the City at Barnard.  Students from around the globe come to New York City to pursue their passions in a rigorous, academic setting. With six distinct programs to choose from, ranging from entrepreneurship to dance, you have the unique opportunity to explore an area of interest on a deeper level through both in-class discussions and city exploration. As part of the learning experience at Barnard, you will get a taste of both college life and the Big Apple! 
    For more information, to find a program, explore courses, and apply visit:  http://www.barnard.edu/summer

    Boone Electric Youth Tour
     
    More than 90 Missouri high school juniors join 1,500 students from 44 other states on the trip of a lifetime to Washington, D.C., every summer. Students attend a premiere youth leadership conference sponsored by the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association. Highlights of the conference include breakout sessions on youth leadership, discussions on community issues and solutions, and motivational speeches by today's recognized leaders. You have the chance to meet your senators and representatives, too! 
    For more information and to download an application visit: http://booneelectric.coop/content/washington-dc-youth-tour  

    Columbia College Summer Camps
     
    Columbia College is hosting several Summer Camp on campus in June and July for students who might be interested in the following subjects:

    Summer Art Intensive: Painting/Drawing, Graphic Design, Photography, Mix Media, Jewelry, Print Making and more.

    Nursing Summer Camp: Tour Boone Hospital, CPR certification, and spend a day in the life of a nurse (Full Cost Scholarships available!)

    Summer Art Intensive Theater: Participate in a theater production.

    Legal Academy: Political Science, Mock Trial Ethical Discussion, Field Trips & more.

    Forensic Science & Criminal Justice: Bloodstain Evidence, Fingerprinting, Photography & Crime Scene Analysis & more.
     
    •STEAM:  Gear up your tool belt for problem solving at the Columbia College STEAM Camp, a week-long adventure of daily exploration (no overnight option). You'll become a creative thinker as you explore and learn in science labs, art studios and the awesome CPS STEAM bus.
     
    For more information click: HERE

    Columbia College Mock Trial Summer Camp 
    June 18-June 24, 2017
    High school students aspiring to become lawyers, law enforcement officers and leaders are invited to attend the Mock Trial Academy Summer Camp at Columbia College. This 2017 session marks the 20 anniversary of the Columbia College Mock Trial, and attendees will benefit from the decades of experience their coaches will provide. Students will learn how to effectively present an argument; develop an understanding of constitutional laws; and sharpen critical thinking skills to convert ideas into arguments while exploring the fields of law, government service, law enforcement and forensic science. This residential camp will also feature guest speakers and field trips to regional courthouses.
     
    For more information visit Columbia College Summer Camps Webpage

    Cottey College Summer Workshop
    June 18-23, 2017
    A Workshop for Women Who Are Going Places!

    Cottey is excited to announce that in lieu of summer high school programs in science, leadership, and fine arts, the College will continue to offer one revised program that has been designed to meet the demands and interests of today’s top academic students! This NEW summer program is a Workshop for Women Who are Going Places and will offer rising junior-, and senior-aged girls insight into leadership, skill development, and college and career preparation while showcasing everything Cottey has to offer for their future education.
    The best part? In addition to the toolbox of skills that each participant will take home, all students who choose to enroll at Cottey College will be awarded a $12,000 scholarship for her years at Cottey – that’s an automatic $3,000 annual scholarship! 
    For more information about the Cottey College Workshop: http://www.cottey.edu/workshop 

    Duke Summer Academy for High School Students
     
    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. 
    Applications for Summer Academy will be accepted beginning December 1, 2016, and continuing until each program reaches capacity. Apply early to receive preferred consideration. 
     
    There are two exciting competitions you can be involved in this summer at Duke!

    Spend your summer at Duke’s Global Giver Academy and become a bona fide philanthropist. You will have the opportunity not only to learn the ins and outs of philanthropy by earning community service hours at local charities, but also the chance to engage in advocacy firsthand. As an acting “board member” of a local charity, you will make a case of for your favorite organization and have the opportunity to benefit it in a huge way.  The most compelling team will win $500 for their charity, receive a special certificate of achievement, and, most importantly, know that they made a real difference for the local community.

    Enroll in Global Entrepreneur Academy and gain critical business, marketing, and strategy skills to develop real startup ventures. Students will have the chance to pitch their own ideas at the conclusion of the Academy and win awards for the best new startups.

    First Prize: $250
    Second Prize: $150
    Third Prize: $100

    Along with the winning prize money to help advance your entrepreneurial career, you will earn a certificate of achievement demonstrating that your team’s creativity and critical thinking produced a top startup pitch!
    For more information about Duke Summer College for High School StudentCLICK HERE

    Fontbonne Cyber Warrior Camp
    June 12 – 23, 2017
    Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. 
    Fontbonne University is excited to present Cyber Warrior Camp, a FREE daytime summer camp open to high school students. Students will learn about cyber security principles, creating strong passwords, safe online behavior, detecting spam and phishing, abstraction, data hiding and more. No coding experience needed! 

    ONLY 20 STUDENTS ACCEPTED!
    Registration deadline: May 15
    For more information visit: Cyber Warrior Camp website 

    Miami University Summer Scholars Program
    Session I:  July 2 - July 14, 2017
    Session II:  July 16 - July 28, 2017
    Apply by May 1, 2017
    The Summer Scholars Program provides a rich, early college experience for academically-talented rising high school juniors and seniors from across the globe. Students will join an engaged community of learners for an intense, two-week program in which they do the following:
    • Participate in challenging, immersive academic modules centered on a specific topic or area of interest.
    • Learn alongside our leading faculty and professional experts.
    • Reside in a "living-learning" community with other Summer Scholars participants and get a real preview of college life — live in a residence hall, eat in our award-winning dining halls, and enjoy campus facilities such as our Recreational Sports Center and Goggin Ice Center.
    • Attend special workshops on topics such as the college admission process and financial assistance. Get an insider's look at the college application process — learn about ACT/SAT test preparation, how to find the right college fit, how to write the best college essay, as well as get an introduction to financial aid and scholarships.
    • Participate in special excursions to local attractions, such as Kings Island, and a Dayton Dragons game.
    • Receive priority consideration for merit scholarships and for selection to top programs such as the University Academic Scholars Program, and the University Honors Program. 

    Missouri Chamber Foundation's Leadership in Practice:
     
    The best way to develop leadership skills is to practice, practice, practice. And for four days each June that is exactly what Missouri’s brightest rising sophomore student leaders do in the Leadership in Practice program hosted by the Missouri Chamber Foundation. Held on the campus of Westminster College in Fulton, the program engages students in profound ways by putting them through hands-on simulations and activities with experienced business and community leaders from around the state. 
    Students interested in applying should be current 9th graders who exhibit solid character, scholarship and leadership in the school and community, or the potential to lead.  Students will need to be nominated by a superintendent, principal, counselor, teacher, coach, student council sponsor or a business /civic leader as part of the application and a complete application must be submitted by April 1, 2017 - including a $25 application fee.
    For more information and the application click HERE 

    Middlebury Summer Language Academy
    Live on a beautiful college campus or abroad for four weeks this summer, immersed in language and culture. The Academy aims to create lifelong language learners through encouraging the development of world language skills early in life. To this end, the Academy offers a rigorous four-week language immersion experience for rising 8th-12th grade students who are passionate about language proficiency and cultural understanding. Speaking in their target language 24/7, while engaging in meaningful cultural exploration projects, students make unrivaled strides in language acquisition in four weeks.
    For more information on Middlebury Summer Language Academyhttp://www.middleburyinteractive.com/summer-language-academy 

    Missouri S & T Summer Programs
    S&T  
    Ready to Explore a Future Career?  Adventurer? Cyber guru? Nature lover?  No matter what your interest - or what your age - S & T has a program for you!
    To learn more:  CLICK HERE

    Mizzou International Experience Career Exploration Summer Program
    July 13th-28th, 2017
     
    MIE is a 2 week career exploration program held in summer at the University of Missouri Columbia's campus, where students are able to gain both career path and International experience.   
    For an informational brochure click HERE or visit the MIE website (here) for more information.

    Mizzou Medical Explorations Workshop
     
    The University of Missouri School of Medicine would like to extend an invitation for your rising juniors and seniors to participate in Mizzou MedPrep: Medical Explorations workshop. The workshop is a 2-week online course and one-day visit to MU’s campus. The students will explore careers in healthcare, enhance self-awareness through personality assessment, and connect with peers, students, staff and faculty in healthcare.
    Online workshop: June 23 – July 7, 2017
    Campus visit: July 7, 2017, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
    Shelden Clinical Simulation Center – 1 Hospital Drive, CSE CE 617, Columbia, MO 65212
    Register online HERE

    MU High School Mini Med School
    • Session I: June 18-22, 2017
    • Session II: June 25-29, 2017
    MU’s High School Mini Medical School is a one-week program that gives students a preview of life as an MU medical student. The program includes:

    ♦ Hands-on experience in anatomy, microbiology, and clinical skills
    ♦ Introduction to MU’s innovative patient-based learning (PBL) curriculum
    ♦ Seminars on college and medical school entrance and medical school life

    Scholarships are available.
    Interested high school juniors can find more application information on website http://medicine.missouri.edu/admissions/minimed.html
    Applications will be available after January 1, 2017 on the website and should be submitted electronically by March 1, 2017

    MU Summers @ Mizzou
     
    Summers @ Mizzou is a program designed to bring youth age 12-18 to the University of Missouri campus. Youth will have a chance to experience life as a college student by living in the dorms, eating in a dining hall and exploring campus and Columbia. These camps are great for those beginning to think about college and their future career. Please share the attached brochure with any students or faculty who may be interested. 

    Build-a-Business-
    Youth will learn what it takes to be an entrepreneur and team up to put their best ideas to the test. They will make connections with community entrepreneurs and MU faculty while gaining skills for planning and starting their own business.

    Scrub-in to a Health Career
    Are you someone who knows exactly where the first aid kit is and how to use it? Do you like to help others? Are you interested in math and science? If you answered yes to any of these questions, this camp is for you! Spend time exploring different health careers through hands-on experiences, guest speakers and opportunities at the University Hospital. Learn what it takes to be a doctor, nurse, physical therapist, dentist, pharmacist and many other positions in the health field. Discover all the possibilities!

    SENSEible Science: Dyeing to do Chemistry!
    Most people can see and most see colors. This is pretty amazing. Coloring things, especially cloth, has been something people have been doing for ages. There’s a lot of science involved in attaching dyes to fibers to produce the raw materials for the clothes we wear, carpets, table cloths and anything else you can think of that is made out of fabric. In this color camp, you’ll learn about dye and fiber molecules and how they interact with each other. You’ll experiment with the chemical and physical properties that affect the dyeing process. You will dye different fabrics, try not to dye each other, and clean up the mess! You will discover that science is also art…. And economics; dying is a big business. Remember: Let no one be called happy till they have dyed.

    GeoTech: Drones
    Are you interested in Drones? Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) and Unmanned Aerial Systems UAS’s) are used in research and many industries today. Learn about the history, safety and legal issues around drones in the US. We will explore how they are constructed and how they are flown for recreational uses and also used in research areas such as: conservation, journalism and emergency management.

    Network Forensics for Hacker Trackers
    Do you like playing detective for investigating cyber attacks? Are you interested in learning tools and coding for detecting cyber attacks and developing cool visualizations to track cyber attacks? Here you will assume the role of expert witnesses by conducting a network forensics investigation to catch cyber-criminals who were attacking a “good online gaming” company. You will learn coding with a database and analyze attacks with tools such as Wireshark and Snort. You will also collect evidence to demonstrate to the jury the geographical location of the “cyber-criminal mafia” and the extent of damage caused for compensation. 

    The Arts as a Portal to Science
    Are you an artist? A scientist? Are you interested in both science and the arts? Then this camp is for you. Discover this interdisciplinary world—explore a science lab and an art studio. Experience an atmosphere that promotes creativity, imagination and innovation while exploring the arts as a way to understand the complexity of science. Learn how to use visual images, storytelling, theatre, and the performing arts to communicate the science story. Learn theatre techniques that enhance your presentation skills when communicating scientific knowledge. Interact with MU faculty from Theatre, Community Arts and the Digital Storytelling Program. Work beside two world famous scientists, where their recent discoveries will be revealed. Interested? Then sign-up now and join us for a fun-filled week. Discover all MIZZOU offers creative students like you.
     
    More information and on-line registration is available at: http://4h.missouri.edu/programs/summers 

    MU Trulaske Business Academy
     
    The Trulaske Business Academy was established in 2008 to serve as a pre-college summer program for minority students interested in business. The goal of this week-long residential program is to introduce students to the various disciplines and career opportunities within the business world, while also experiencing life on a college campus.

    • Special attention is paid to the areas of accounting, finance, management and marketing, which are areas of study in our college.
    • Students interact with faculty and staff from the Trulaske College of Business in a classroom setting.
    • Hands-on activities and team competitions are incorporated into the lessons to help students connect the material to the real world.
    • Alumni and corporate partners lead activities to help students explore career opportunities in business.
    • Students are exposed to lessons about professionalism, team work, communication, and leadership skills.  
    Rising 10th, 11th, and 12th grade minority students with at least a 3.0 GPA are eligible to apply for the program. Applications are available now and students will be notified of their admission in May. Students will need to complete an essay and submit an official high school transcript as part of their application. All students selected to participate in the Trulaske Business Academy are awarded a scholarship to cover the cost of the general cost of the program (i.e. meals, lodging, activities).
     
    For more information and the application click: HERE

    Stanford University Pre-Collegiate Studies Programs
    Stanford programs offer highly motivated, intellectually curious students the opportunity to investigate topics not typically taught in secondary schools.  Students engage in small classes taught by instructors who are experts in their fields and passionate about teaching. In this setting, students hone their academic skills and form new friendships with intellectual peers.  Students in Stanford's residential programs get a taste of college life on the beautiful Stanford campus.  Past students have described their Stanford Pre-Collegiate Studies experience as life-changing. 
     
    Stanford High School Summer College:  Ages 16-19
    Stanford’s High School Summer College is an academically selective program that provides high-achieving high school students access to undergraduate education at one of America’s most respected universities. The program runs eight weeks and provides academic, social, and intellectual opportunities not found in a high school classroom. Participants enroll as visiting undergraduate students in Stanford’s Summer Quarter and take the same courses as Stanford undergraduates. Summer College students interact with peers from across the United States, and around the world, and may participate in a full array of unique co-curricular and recreational activities available on campus and in the culturally rich San Francisco Bay Area. 
    Find out more about the High School Summer College: http://summercollege.stanford.edu/
     
    Stanford Summer Humanities Institute:  Grades 10-11
     
    Enrich your love of history and philosophy. The Summer Humanities Institute is a three-week residential program where rising high school juniors and seniors explore the big questions at the heart of the humanities in seminars led by distinguished Stanford professors. Students will spend the first two weeks intensively studying and researching a topic in history or philosophy, attending daily lectures by the faculty members, and participating in group discussions and activities in the afternoon. During their third week, students work closely with their professors, graduate students, and writing mentors to produce original research projects.  
    Find out more about the Summer Humanities Institute HERE
     
    Stanford Summer Arts Institute:  Grades 9-11
    Creativity. Innovation. Experience how the Arts live at Stanford! In our newest residential program, students come together for a three-week intensive arts program offering academically challenging, interdisciplinary courses in art, visual design, music, and drama. The Stanford Summer Arts Institute will offer up to six courses that emphasize the essential connections between the arts and other areas of study, including neuroscience, computer science, engineering, entrepreneurship, and more.
    Find out more about the Summer Arts Institute:  http://summerartsinstitute.stanford.edu/ 
     
    Stanford Sports Business Academy: Grades 10-11
    Students get a glimpse into the world of sports and entertainment, with a focus on management, law, negotiation, marketing, and leadership.
    Find out more about Sports Business Academy HERE 
     
    Artificial Intelligence Laboratory’s Outreach Summer Program: Grade 9
    The Stanford Artificial Intelligence Laboratory has opened its lab doors with a summer program aimed at increasing the number of women in science.
    Find out more about AI Lab Outreach HERE 
     
    Summer Institutes: Grades 8-11
    A three-week summer residential program where students engage in single-subject intensive study and benefit from small class size and academically themed residences.
    Find out more about Summer Institutes HERE

    Stanford University Mathematics Camp (SUMaC): Grades 10-11
    SUMaC welcomes an elite group of talented current students from around the world for intensive study in advanced mathematics.
    Find our more about SUMaC HERE

    University-Level Online Math and Physics: Grades 9-12
    13 courses are offered throughout the year to give students the opportunity to take an advanced offering of math and physics courses not typically available in secondary schools.
    Find out more HERE

    Stanford Online High School: Grades 7-12
    Through vibrant, real-time, online seminars, the rigorous curriculum challenges students to reason analytically, think creatively, and argue critically. Stanford OHS offers a number of enrollment options including taking a single course.
    Find out more HERE 

    Stephens College Summer Camps
     
    Camp Citizen Jane (High School Film Camp)

    Girls only | Grades 9-12
    Camp Citizen Jane empowers young women to tell their story, their way. It’s all part of our mission to have more women represented in film and the film industry. It’s also an amazing way to get creative, learn to collaborate and build leadership skills. (And you’ll have access to Stephens’ film equipment, students and faculty.) You may even prepare your film for a film festival. Cost: $295.
     
    Equestrian Overnight Experience

    Girls only | Grades 8-12 
    Stephens’ equestrian tradition continues with a camp designed for the more experienced rider. Here you’ll have the opportunity for riding or driving twice a day. All sessions will be taught by talented, award-winning faculty, assisted by champion-level assistants. Enjoy field trips exposing you to the equestrian world and careers. Stay and learn right here on our historic campus for a complete equestrian program experience. All housing and meals provided. Cost: $1250 (includes all meals and housing).

    University of Tulsa Screenwriting and Filmmaking Residential Camps
    Screenwriting Camp
    Develop the techniques to create your vision, learn how to sell your ideas and create scripts that are exciting and unique.
     
    Filmmaking Camp
    Understand the shot, break down the script and bring your film to life in post-production.
     
    For more information about TU's Screenwriting and Filmmaking Camps visithttp://utulsa.edu/filmcamps 

    Washington University (Wash U) Summer Institutes
    • Early Bird Registration Deadline: February 15, 2017- Submit your online application by February 15, 2017 and we will waive the $35 application fee.
    • Regular Registration Deadline: April 1, 2017
    High School Summer Institutes combine traditional undergraduate class and lab curriculum with organized field trips, guest lectures, and hands-on activities in order for you to gain valuable academic and career experience. Institutes are divided into morning and afternoon sessions. You will have assigned readings and assignments throughout the program. Every student completes a student reflection essay and a final project which varies for each institute. In the evenings, students attend academic seminars, workshops, and social events. Institutes are open to current high school students from across the country and around the world. You will live on campus, enjoy a variety of social opportunities, and prepare yourself for college success! Learn about life on campus during a WUSTL Summer Experience. High School Summer Institutes are noncredit, academic programs--not summer camps. 
    For more information on Wash U's Summer Institutes: http://summerexperiences.wustl.edu 

    Wentworth Institute of Technology Design & Build Program
    July 10-August 4, 2017 
    The Department of Architecture at Wentworth has planned a four-week “design and build” program for high school students entering grade 10 and above, called summerFAB. Participants can stay on campus or commute to Wentworth on a daily
    basis. Students who successfully complete the program and later enroll in Wentworth's Architecture program can use SummerFAB to replace a four-credit elective course in Architecture. Graduates of summerFAB will also be eligible to receive a one-time $2000 tuition scholarship toward their freshman year tuition at Wentworth.
    For more information visit the SummerFAB website