The 2019 High School Media Innovation Camp at Arizona State University Cronkite School of Journalism is a two week long program geared toward students who have a strong interest in developing digital journalism. Housing, food, and other programming features are provided. Students eligible for this opportunity must be a part of an Arizona High School and have completed their sophomore year at the time of applying.
Camp Dates: June 16-28, 2019
Application Deadline: March 8, 2019
Costs: Programming, food and housing paid for by The Arizona Republic's Media in Education program
Location: Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication on the ASU Downtown Phoenix campus, 555 N. Central Ave., Phoenix
College Horizons is a non-profit organization that supports the higher education of Native American students by providing college and graduate admissions workshops to American Indian, Alaska Native, and Native Hawaiian students/participants from across the nation. Two programs are offered in the summer: College Horizons services current 10th-11th grade high school students and Graduate Horizons services college students and college graduates.
The Expect Academic Success in STEM Summer Camp is a 5-day summer camp offering 20 hours of optics demonstrations and presentations by Optical Sciences graduate students and faculty, approximately 15 hours of guided tours of optics and STEM labs, as well as a college preparation workshop.
PARTICIPATION FEE: $200
STUDENTS GRADE 8 – 12
The 2018 Summer Institute is a FREE opportunity for high school juniors and seniors to stay overnight at GCU to experience campus life and explore academic programs such as engineering, computer science, hospitality, business and more.
The following sessions offer hands-on learning experiences in engineering, computer science, hospitality, business and more taught by experienced GCU faculty and industry experts. Learn all about GCU and tour our vibrant campus.
The Joaquin Bustoz Math-Science Honors Program is intended for mature and motivated students who are interested in academic careers requiring mathematics, science, or engineering-based coursework and who are typically underrepresented in those fields of study. Selected participants include first-generation college-bound students and students representing diverse backgrounds from high schools throughout the State of Arizona, including rural communities and the Navajo Nation.
A unique summer opportunity for motivated Arizona high school students with a strong interest in bioscience, engineering, environmental health, or biostatistics to work side-by-side with top faculty in University of Arizona laboratories.
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Andover’s longest-running educational outreach program, (MS)2 advances diversity in the STEM fields by developing the competencies and self-confidence of outstanding high school students of color. The three-summer, residential program challenges students intellectually and exposes them to peers and educators with diverse backgrounds, life experiences, and aspirations.