Summer Learning Opportunities


SUMMER LEARNING OPPORTUNITIES
This list of summer educational programs is being provided as a service to the students and families of G. Ray Bodley High School.  The programs are not endorsed by Fulton City School District, no financial assistance is provided to participants, nor is the district reimbursed in any way for student involvement.  Where courses are offered for college credit, please understand that the credits earned cannot be used to meet NYS high school graduation requirements, and may have limited transferability to other colleges.  Check with the college or educational organization offering the credit before registering.

Duke University Summer College & Academy
Grades 9 -12 - Applications available 12/1
http://summersession.duke.edu/high-school-students/summer-college-for-high-school-students

Pratt Institute Summer Precollege Program
For sophomores and juniors interested in art, design, fashion design, film, photography, writing, or architecture programs.  (Students must be at least 16 to participate by the summer)
July
www.mwpai.edu
 
Gettysburg Academic Summer Camps
www.Gettysburg.edu
  
Ithaca College – Summer College
Deadline to Apply:  May 1
summercollege@ithaca.edu

Alfred University Computer Engineering Camp
www.alfred.edu/summer/camps/computer-engr.cfm

Alfred University Summer Program
For students entering their junior or senior year of high school who wish to continue their education at a top art school.
Deadline:  May 1
www.alfred.edu/summer/hs.cfm

ALFRED UNIVERSITY ENGLISH EQUESTRIAN CAMP
Camp details and slide showwww.alfred.edu/summer/camps/equestrian.cfm
Online registration at:  www.alfred.edu/summer/register/sports
Deadline:  June 1
 
BOSTON UNIVERSITY SUMMER TERM
www.Bu.edu/summer/highschool
 
 Health & Biomedical Sciences Summer Camp
 Location:  Lebanon Valley College
The goal of the Health and Biomedical Sciences Summer Camp is to provide a window into the scientific basis of human health.  Through lectures and hands-on laboratory investigations in state-of-the-art laboratories, students will be introduced to the fundamentals of molecular biology, pharmacology, immunology, biochemistry and medical ethics.  Students will learn how laboratory science can be translated into improved human health, and they will engage in investigative experiences that will allow them to apply their laboratory skills to real life problems.  In addition, students will interact with practicing professionals in fields such as medicine, physical therapy, toxicology, genetic counseling and biomedical laboratory research. The Health and Biomedical Sciences camp will provide a fun, challenging and engaging college environment in which students will develop a deeper understanding of what it means to be a biomedical scientist and health professional. 
For more information about the camp, you can visit the Health and Biomedical Sciences website (http://www.lvc.edu/health-bio-summer-camp) or contact Dr. Courtney Lappas at lappas@lvc.edu
 
Syracuse University Summer College
www.summercollege.syr.edu
Summer College offers opportunities for students to explore possible majors, build resumes and portfolios, experience college life, investigate SU as an option for undergraduate study, and earn college credit.
 
TEMPLE’S SUMMER OWLS LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE
www.temple.edu/summerowls
Students should apply by March 16,but applications will be accepted up until May 1.
Students will choose one three-credit college course in business, media and communication, health professions or science, taught by enthusiastic and knowledgeable temple faculty.  Live in residence hall for 3 weeks and participate in programs outside the classroom with other high school students in a safe and supervised program.  Engage in leadership and college-preparation workshops.  Explore Philadelphia through field trips and expeditions.
Students who complete the college course in the Summer Owls Leadership Experience successfully and later apply and are accepted to Temple will be eligible for a $4,000 ($1,000 annual) scholarship to the university.

Summer Discovery Internships -
University of Colorado Boulder
Want to earn college credit?  Summer Discovery partners with University of Colorado Boulder Summer Scholars Program to offer sessions in business, STEM, medical, etc..  Need help deciding the best program for you?  Contact us at info@summerdiscovery.com or 516-621-3939.
University of Michigan
We offer 2 and 3 week program options including Business & Entrepeneurship, Global Leadership & Social Change, Cooking & Baking, Rock Performance, Sports Management.  Contact us at info@summerdiscovery.com.
Penn State
We offer 2 week programs in Business & Entrepeneurship, Psychology and Skills for College Success.  Contact us at 
info@summerdiscovery.com.

Wenworth Institute of Technology
SummerFAB - Boston
Four-week "design and build" architecture program for high school students entering grade 10 and above,  Studets who successfully complete the program and later enroll in our 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, go to http://legacy.wit.edu/summerfab.

RIT
For students entering their senior year and their parents.
College and Careers Program is a two day program offered on either the weeked of July 21-22 or August 4-5.  
Activities for students include sleeping in residence halls, up to 4 academic sessions, admissions presentation, social activites and a student panel.
Parents can participate in workshops for college prep 101, financial aid, a parent social event, career trends and a student panel.
For more information visit, admissions.rit.edu/careers/.

Adelphi University Pre-College Program
adelphi.edu/precollege

HealthQuest
Ithaca College
https://www.cnyahec.com/apply
HealthQuest Brochure.pdf

Cornell University Summer College
www.summercollege.cornell.edu
 
Cornell in Washington Summer Program
Study and work in DC
Interested in the workings of government and the development of public policy? Then don't miss this opportunity to learn and intern in our nation's capital.
In this prestigious program, you'll
•          take morning and/or evening classes,
•          earn six to eight Cornell credits, and
•          gain work experience at an internship of your choosing!
For more information, visit the Cornell in Washington website, e-mail cwash@cornell.edu, or call 607.255.4090
Open to Cornell and non-Cornell students, students in this eight week program enroll in two of three courses, earning 6 or 8 credits, taught in the morning and in the evening.

Cornell Engineering
Program Overview 
 
CURIE Academyis a one-week summer residential program for high school girls who excel in math and science, enjoy solving problems, and want to learn more about careers in engineering
 
WEBSITE http://www.engineering.cornell.edu/curie
 
PROGRAM DATES July 10-16 (attendance is required for the entire program.)
 
PROGRAM SIZE Up to 46 students
 
APPLICATION Available online at http://www.engineering.cornell.edu/curie
 
APPLICATION DEADLINE Received by March 15
 
ADMISSION NOTIFICATION By May 1st
TUITION $1450 (does not include travel expenses). Limited financial assistance for tuition and travel is available based upon demonstrated need.
 
Rising seniors who are women and African/Black American, Latino, Native American/Alaska Native, or Pacific Islander meeting the requirements below will automatically be considered for a full tuition waiver for the CATALYST Academy.
·         Math Score on the SAT/PSAT/Subject Test should be 620 or above (or equivalent ACT score of 28 or above) and/or
·         Have taken, currently taking or plan to take the following courses prior to graduating: Calculus, Physics, and/or Chemistry (or related advanced Science and Math courses)
 
ACCOMMODATIONS Cornell University provides room, meals, and project supplies at no additional cost to tuition.
 
ELIGIBILITY ·         Rising female junior and senior students
·         Minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale
 
APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS Completed online applications must be accompanied by a:
·         Written recommendation from a math or science teacher or from a high school counselor (submission via online form)
·         Official high school transcript (submission via online application)
·         High school profile (submission via online application)
 
 
Program Overview
 
CATALYST Academy is a one-week summer residential program for underrepresented high school students who excel in math and science, enjoy solving problems, and want to learn more about careers in engineering
 
WEBSITE http://www.engineering.cornell.edu/catalyst
 
PROGRAM DATES July 10-16 (attendance is required for the entire program.)
 
PROGRAM SIZE Up to 48 students
 
APPLICATION Available online at http://www.engineering.cornell.edu/catalyst
 
APPLICATION DEADLINE Received by March 15
 
ADMISSION NOTIFICATION By May 1st
TUITION $1450 (does not include travel expenses). Limited financial assistance for tuition and travel is available based upon demonstrated need.
 
Rising seniors who are African/Black American, Latino, Native American/Alaska Native, or Pacific Islander meeting the requirements below will automatically be considered for a full tuition waiver for the  CATALYST Academy.
  • Math Score on the SAT/PSAT/Subject Test should be 620 or above (or equivalent ACT score of 28 or above) and/or
  • Have taken, currently taking or plan to take the following courses prior to graduating  Calculus, Physics, and/or Chemistry (or related advanced Science and Math courses)
 
ACCOMMODATIONS Cornell University provides room, meals, and project supplies at no additional cost to tuition.
 
ELIGIBILITY
  • Rising junior and senior students
  • Minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale
APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS Completed online applications must be accompanied by a:
  • Written recommendation from a math or science teacher or from a high school counselor (submission via online form)
  • Official high school transcript (submission via online application)
  • High school profile (submission via online application)