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Summer Programs - focus on minority or underrepresented students

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Summer Programs - focus on minority or underrepresented students

 

General:

 

Brandeis University, SEED

explore and embrace diversity, weekend during fall

http://www.brandeis.edu/admissions/seed/ 

 

Black Excel

http://www.blackexcel.org/summerprograms2007-1.htm

http://www.blackexcel.org/summer-progs.htm

 

College Horizons

College sites change each year (2008 programs at Duke Univ. and Lawrence Univ.)

http://www.collegehorizons.org

Target:  Native American students; rising sophomores and juniors

 

Computers

http://www.allstarcode.org/

All Star Code is a non-profit initiative that prepares qualified young men of color for full-time employment in the technology industry by providing mentorship, industry exposure, and intensive training in computer science.

 

Dedicated Engineers

http://www.dedicatedengineers.org/Resources/pre-college_resources.htm

 

Dow Jones Newspaper Fund

http://djnewspaperfund.dowjones.com/fund/hss_summer_workshop.asp

 

Health Professions

http://www.naahp.org/resourcesminopp.htm

 

INROADS

http://www.inroads.org/students

(For graduating high school seniors, college or university freshmen or sophomores with a B grade point average or better, and a combined SAT score of at least 1000, or an ACT score of 20 or better.)

 

Mathematics

MATH AND SCIENCE FOR MINORITY STUDENTS (MS)2:  

https://www.andover.edu/summersessionoutreach/mathscience/pages/default.aspx

WHAT:     A STEM program for three consecutive summers at Phillips Academy, Andover, MA

WHO:      Black, Latino and Native American 9th-graders

DETAILS: Helps put students on track for possible careers in science, technology, engineering and math

TIP:          Rigorous and competitive with an 11 percent acceptance rate; about 110 scholars participate

COST:      FREE, Competitive: essays, Recommendations, transcripts.

WHEN TO APPLY: Applications 2016: DUE by December 15, 2015

Eligibility:

Candidate currently must be in the 9th grade in a U.S. public school, must complete one full year of algebra by June of application year, must be a U.S. citizen or legal resident and must have a demonstrated financial need. The program accepts applications from African-American and Hispanic/Latino students from Atlanta; Baltimore; Boston; Chicago; Cleveland; Fort Worth, Texas; Lawrence, Mass.; Louisville, Ky.; Memphis, Tenn.; New York City; and Washington, D.C. Native-American students may apply from any geographic area of the United States.

 

GIRLS WHO CODE:  http://girlswhocode.com/about-us/

WHAT:      Eight-week all-day summer science camp

WHO:       Eleventh-grade high school girls

DETAILS:  Field trips and classes in robotics, web design, mobile apps; presentations by more than 50 speakers, workshops, demos from female engineers and entrepreneurs

TIP:          Only 20 girls are accepted

COST:       FREE

WHEN TO APPLY:  Applications available in early February

 

Quality Education for Minorities (QEM) Network

http://www.qem.org/internship.htm

 

Summer Search

http://summersearch.org/

Summer Search is a national leadership development program that helps low-income young people graduate high school, go to college, gain successful careers, and give back to society.

 

WECAAARE Education Foundation

http://www.wecaaare.org/pages.asp?pageid=6833

 

College-Specific:

 

Bryant University (RI)

http://admission.bryant.edu/admissions/build.asp

The Bryant University Institute for Leadership Development (B.U.I.L.D.) introduces high school juniors who identify themselves as African American or Black, Asian American, Latino/a or Hispanic, Native American, as well as female students - regardless of race or ethnicity - to exciting business careers. Computer information systems, economics, finance, management, marketing, mathematics, and communication fields are explored, with many opportunities to learn from Bryant University faculty and local business leaders.

 

http://admission.bryant.edu/admissions/pwc/

"The PricewaterhouseCoopers Accounting Careers Leadership Institute (the Institute) is a week-long, hands-on opportunity for Latino/a and African American or Black juniors (rising seniors) in high school to learn more about the accounting profession and about the key role accountants play in society."

 

Caldwell College (NJ)

http://www.caldwell.edu/external-partnerships/scac

Summer College at Caldwell (SCAC) is a program designed for current high school juniors who will be seniors in the fall of 2014 (Class of 2015). SCAC provides students the opportunity to earn three college credits while studying science, medicine and math. This unique opportunity also incorporates SAT test-taking strategies, academic field trips, and a taste of the college experience, with students meeting new friends while living on the Caldwell College campus. The program includes room and board, books, supplies and field trips.

 

California Institute of Technology

Young Engineering and Science Scholars

http://www.yess.caltech.edu/

Target:  Historically underrepresented students in science and engineering; rising sophomores and juniors

 

Calvin College (Grand Rapids, MI) 

Entrada Scholars Program

http://www.calvin.edu/academic/entrada/

"The Entrada Scholars Program offers ethnic minority high school students a "gateway" to the future: the opportunity to experience college learning and living while earning college credit!"

 

Carleton College (CA)

Liberal Arts Experience

http://apps.carleton.edu/summer/clae

Target:  African American students; rising juniors

 

Carnegie Mellon University (PA)

http://www.cmu.edu/enrollment/summerprogramsfordiversity/

Students who are entering their junior or senior year and are considering careers in engineering, science and other math-based disciplines are eligible to apply. Students must be at least 15 years old to participate in this program.

 

College of Charleston (SC)

http://admissions.cofc.edu/explorethecollege/events/seniorproject.php

 

Colorado State (CO)

Black Issues Forum:

http://admissions.colostate.edu/BIF

Native Education Forum:

http://admissions.colostate.edu/nef/

Students finishing their junior year in high school with a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 or higher in a college prep curriculum and students involved in leadership, school, family and/or community activities are encouraged to apply.

 

Cornell University (NY)

Partial scholarships for students of color may be available to assist attendance at Cornell's Summer College: http://www.sce.cornell.edu/sc/

 

CURIE Academy

http://www.engineering.cornell.edu/diversity/office-diversity-programs/summer-programs/highschool-programs/curie-academy/index.cfm

Target:  High school girls interested in engineering; rising juniors and seniors

 

CATALYST Academy

http://www.engineering.cornell.edu/diversity/office-diversity-programs/summer-programs/highschool-programs/catalyst/index.cfm

Target:  African American/Latino/a or Native American students interested in science, technology, engineering and math; rising sophomores, juniors, and seniors

 

Franklin and Marshall

http://www.fandm.edu/campus-life/student-success/f-m-college-prep

 

Howard University

Summer Enrichment Program and Recruitment

http://www.cpnahs.howard.edu/ctr_excellence/summer_enrichment.htm

Target:  African American/Hispanic students applying for admission to health profressions in the CPNAHS at Howard University

 

Lehigh University

Students That Are Ready (S.T.A.R.) Academies

http://www.lehigh.edu/star/

Target:  Economically and academically disadvantaged and/or at-risk middle/high school aged students

 

Lycoming College

http://www.lycoming.edu/aboutLycoming/lyco-prep.aspx

 

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

MITES

http://web.mit.edu/mites/www/

Target:  First-generation, historically underrepresented in science/engineering; rising seniors

 

Miami University of Ohio Multicultural Leadership Program Summer Institute

http://www.miami.muohio.edu/admission/mlpsli/index.cfm

Target:  Students from underrepresented populations or who have a commitment toward promoting a deeper understanding of and appreciation for cultural diversity

 

Morehouse College (Atlanta, GA)

Summer Institute (Project Identity) for African-American males entering the 10th and 11th grades.

Three weeks at Morehouse - June 7 - 28, 2009

Creative Writing - SAT Prep - Debate - Pre-Calculus - Leadership Development

Enrichment activities - $400 fee (includes meals, housing and activities).

FOR MORE INFO GO TO: http://www.morehouse.edu/projectidentity

Princeton Summer Journalism Program

http://www.princeton.edu/sjp/

 

Rennselaer Polytechnic Institute

PREFACE Summer Program

http://doso.rpi.edu/update.do?catcenterkey=87

Target:  Historically underrepresented students in science/technology; rising sophomores and juniors interested in engineering and technology

 

University of Denver

Pioneer Prep

http://www.du.edu/apply/admission/resources/pioneerprep/

Target: Black/African American and Lationo/a students; Sophomores and Juniors (travel stipends available)

 

University of Notre Dame

African American Scholars Program

http://www.nd.edu/~aasnd/

Target:  Catholic African American high school students

 

Latino Community Leadership Seminar

http://www.nd.edu/~lclsem/

Target:  Catholic Latino/a students; rising seniors

 

Worcester Polytechnic Institute

STRIVE

http://www.wpi.edu/Admin/Diversity/K12/Strive/program.html

Target:  African American/Latino/American Indian students interested in engineering; rising juniors and seniors

 

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