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ICC 2011 Summer Recommendations

Thursday, November 11th, 2010

International College Counselors 2011 Summer Recommendations

Programs are grouped into 4 categories below:


Barry University: Summer Science Research Program for Internship

The Barry RISEE Program provides high school students with many great experiences and opportunities. As a high school student you are eligible to apply for our fully funded four week long summer introduction to research workshop. This 3 credit course will introduce you to the field of environmental science and to fundamental aspects of field and lab research. The course includes lectures, laboratory exercises, field exercises, and field trips.

From the students that attend our summer workshop, we select 3 students to conduct research with Barry University faculty during the school year. Students receive a research stipend for their work and a valuable experience to list on college application essays.
Requirements: 3.2 GPA and 2 letters of recommendation.

Boston University: Summer Program for Math & Science

Costs and Financial Aid: The approximate cost for 2009 participants will be $2,500 for instruction and room and board. Books may cost an additional $100. Need-based financial aid is available. PROMYS is dedicated to the principle that no student will be unable to attend because of financial need.
Eligibility PROMYS is a nationwide program. Students throughout the United States participate as well as many international students. Admissions decisions will be based on the following criteria: applicants’ solutions to a set of challenging problems included with the application packet; teacher recommendations; high school transcripts; and student essays explaining their interest in the program.

Requests for applications: High school students in grades 9 through 12, who will be 14 years old by June 28, may apply. You will be able to download the 2011 application in January.

Cornell University: CURIE ACADEMY: Minorities

The CURIE Academy is a one-week summer residential program for high school girls who excel in math and science. The focus is on sophomores and juniors who may not have had prior opportunities to explore engineering, but want to learn more about the many opportunities in engineering in an interactive atmosphere.

2011 Information not posted yet

Virginia Tech – CTECH Two – Minority

Computers and Technology at Virginia Tech (C-Tech²) is a two-week summer camp, targeting high school girls. The purpose of the program is to introduce participants to engineering and related technologies through various hands-on activities, laboratories, and presentations. C-Tech² also provides participants with the opportunity to learn about college life – from residence halls to classrooms and everything in-between. Check out the web page for more information on C-Tech²


PAVE is a six-week summer pre-college program designed to strengthen the academic skills of students who are planning to enter a college engineering, pre-medical, science, or technology program. If you are an eleventh grader and planning to take advanced placement or honors mathematics and science courses, the pre-college PAVE program will fortify your senior year and potentially improve your ACT, AP, SAT and TOEFL test scores while increasing your chances for admission when you apply to college. If you are a graduating high school student and are planning to attend any institution, this program not only exposes you to campus life, but also provides you with the experience to overcome the rough spots you may encounter.

Eligibility: The 2011 PAVE program is open to high school students who will be in the 11th grade (class of 2012), 12th grade (class of 2011) or PG year during the 2010-2011 school year and runs from June 20, 2011 to July 29, 2011. Please note that every year a number of students who attend PAVE have to arrive late (e.g. making up snow days) or leave early (e.g. the next school year starts early). If you are in this situation, make-up and wrap-up sessions will be provided.

Need to submit application via web site

Cornell Catalyst Program: Science and Engineering for Minorities

July 19-25, 2009 The CATALYST Academy is a one-week summer residential program for rising high school sophomores, juniors, and seniors.
The mission of the CATALYST Academy is to advance diversity in engineering and its related disciplines. Therefore, applications from students from backgrounds (African American, Latino/a, or Native American) critically underrepresented in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and math are especially encouraged.

During the CATALYST Academy, Cornell University’s world-renowned faculty and graduate students lead participants in classes, lab sessions, and project research. Social events, panel discussions, and other out-of-classroom activities provide participants with opportunities to network informally with Cornell faculty, staff, and students.

This summer, spend a week making new friends; experience life on a university campus; and explore the many exciting possibilities awaiting you in engineering!

For additional information, contact Debbie Moss at or (607)255-6403.

Applicants must have a minimum GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale and be entering their sophomore, junior, or senior year in high school. Applications should be accompanied with:
• A written essay (please type your essay or write legibly) of no more than 500 words, explaining:
o why you want to participate in this program
o what you hope to gain from the experience
o what interests you about engineering
o what thoughts you have about your future career
• A written recommendation from a math or science teacher or high school counselor
• An official high school transcript
• A high school profile (you may obtain a profile from your high school counseling office)
Application due in March: Not currently available.

NOTRE DAME- Introduction to Engineering-
Summer Engineering camp for rising seniors in high school. Two three-week sessions. $1500

Drexel University Summer Institute: Business, Engineering

Drexel’s summer academic programs are open to highly motivated high school students who wish to explore what a university-level program is all about. Workshops are led by Drexel faculty and utilize Drexel’s labs, facilities, and the city of Philadelphia’s many resources. Some have no charge, and some have a minimal charge.

Drexel’s 2010 Summer Institute Programs
This summer, we’ll be offering programs in:
• Business
• Engineering
• Music Technology
• Law
• Media Arts and Design
• Medicine
Application Link:

University of Michigan MMSS: Math & Science Camp

Two 2 week sessions offered
No Application Deadline
Commuter Students (1 Session) – $1,000
Residential Students (1 Session) – $1,700
Commuter Students (Both Sessions) – $2,000
Residential Students (Both Sessions) – $3,400

The Michigan Math and Science Scholars (MMSS), is a program designed to expose high school students to current developments and research in the sciences and to encourage the next generation of researchers to develop and retain a love of mathematics and science.

MMSS features small 15-student classes taught by University of Michigan professors, as well as other outstanding instructors from around the world. The small class size allows the student to receive a deeper exposure to a particular subject and to evaluate the University of Michigan not only as a summer program, but also as a place for future studies. Two 2-week sessions are offered; students are given the opportunity to attend one or both.

Each session offers courses from science departments at the University of Michigan including Applied Physics; Astronomy; Chemistry; Ecology and Evolutionary Biology; Geological Sciences; Mathematics; Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology; Physics; Program in the Environment; and Statistics.

The MMSS program is a stepping stone for today’s high school student to become tomorrow’s university student. Students are able to use the first-class labs and technology at the University of Michigan while learning from their faculty, graduate students and advanced undergraduates.
Students are given the opportunity to participate in the exciting research that is ongoing at the University of Michigan, attending courses with titles such as Fibonacci Numbers, Roller Coaster Physics, and Human Anatomy and Physiology.

Santa Clara Summer Program / Science & Engineering

A Special Summer Program for High School Students
The School of Engineering at Santa Clara is pleased to announce its 20th Annual Summer Engineering Seminar (SES). This special summer experience is for high school students who have an interest in science, mathematics, and engineering. The program is designed to acquaint participants with the engineering profession, the academic expectations of college, and the nature of life at a university. Two sessions will be held during the summer of 2009.
Session 1 – August 2-6 , Session 2 – August 8-12

The Program: The SES is designed to motivate young people to enter science and engineering majors in college so they can ultimately participate in the scientific and technical work force. It provides participants with a chance to explore possibilities of engineering as a career while living in University residence halls staffed by program counselors. Participants eat their meals in University dining facilities, attend special classes, and do their own engineering projects. Participants experience the outside-of-class aspects of Santa Clara University through afternoon recreational activities and evening projects.

During their stay on campus, students are taught by engineering faculty. Course work in this unique program spans the range of the field of engineering. Class sessions for the SES will be held in the Bannan Engineering Building, the focal point for engineering education at Santa Clara University. Computer Sessions will be taught in the SCU Design Center, a state-of-the-art facility.

Who is Eligible?: Students are eligible to participate in the SES if they have completed their sophomore or junior year of high school by June 30, 2009 and are interested in the field of math, science or engineering. Women and other underrepresented groups in the field of engineering are highly encouraged to apply. Those entering their senior year in fall 2009 are given first priority.

Registration: In order to be considered for this program, applicants must submit (by surface mail) a completed application packet consisting of :
Application – available January, 2011
One letter of recommendation from a high school science, math, or technology teacher. Please have the teacher seal the letter in an envelope and sign across the seal.

A 100-200 word max essay detailing why you wish to attend this program.
A second 100-200 word max essay detailing who you believe to be the most influential engineer of the 20th or 21st century and why. Please be both creative and specific.

All on-site fees for the SES are paid by grants from Santa Clara University, School of Engineering and sponsoring organizations. These fees cover room costs, all meals, tuition, and supplies. Participants are responsible for their own transportation to and from campus.

Rutgers Young Science Program

The Rutgers Young Scholars Program in Discrete Mathematics is a summer program for mathematically talented high school students. It provides a mathematically rich environment to high school students interested in mathematics, and is designed to encourage them to consider careers in the mathematical sciences. Selected students participate in an intensive four-week residential academic program that provides a challenging introduction to discrete mathematics — a new and growing area of the mathematical sciences with many applications on the cutting edge of modern research. During the program, you will develop and enhance your problem-solving abilities by applying mathematical concepts to a wide range of problems. You will also meet distinguished professionals in the field of discrete mathematics who will serve as role models and mentors and help you decide if mathematics is the right field for you. Teaching assistants who are embarking on their own careers in mathematics will provide additional academic support.

Approximately thirty high school students will be selected for admission. Students will participate in instructional sessions, field trips, research projects, technology-based activities (including a Robotics Challenge), and workshops on careers in the mathematical sciences. Informal evening and recreational programs will also be provided.

The program is held on the Busch campus of Rutgers University. Students are housed in a modern, air-conditioned residence hall. The classroom building, computer laboratories, student center, and recreation center are within walking distance of the residence hall. Residence life staff members coordinate the residence program and recreational activities.

The cost of the program is $3,500; which includes tuition, materials, housing, and meals from Monday morning to Friday afternoon each week. Students will return home each weekend. A limited number of scholarships will be available for students in need.

Dates of Program – June 4th to July 29th, 2011

Application Link

National Institute of Health Research Training Institute (NIH) – Summer Internship Program in Biomedical Research

Program Description: Summer programs at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) provide an opportunity to spend a summer working at the NIH side-by-side with some of the leading scientists in the world, in an environment devoted exclusively to biomedical research. The NIH consists of the 240-bed Mark O. Hatfield Clinical Research Center and more than 1200 laboratories/research projects located on the main campus in Bethesda, MD and the surrounding area as well as in Baltimore and Frederick, MD; Research Triangle Park, NC; Phoenix, AZ; Hamilton, MT; Framingham, MA; and Detroit, MI.

Awards cover a minimum of eight weeks, with students generally arriving at the NIH in May or June. The NIH Institutes and the Office of Intramural Training & Education sponsor a wide range of summer activities including lectures featuring distinguished NIH investigators, career/professional development workshops, and Summer Poster Day

Eligibility: The Summer Internship Program is for students who will be sixteen years of age or older at the time they begin the program and who are currently enrolled at least half-time in high school or an accredited U.S. college or university as undergraduate, graduate, or professional students. Students who have been accepted into a college or university program may also apply. To be eligible, candidates must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents.

Stipend Information: The stipends for trainees are adjusted yearly; the level depends on prior experience. For details, see the Trainee Stipends page.

Application Procedure: Prospective candidates must apply online. The application is available from mid-November to March 1. It requires submission of
1. a curriculum vitae or resume,
2. a list of coursework and grades,
3. a cover letter describing the applicant’s research interests and career goals, and the names and contact information for two references.
4. Candidates may also specify the scientific methodologies or disease/organ systems that interest them.

Selection: The NIH Summer Internship Program is highly competitive. In 2010, more than 6700 applications were submitted, and about 1200 interns were selected. Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis from November through April by scientists in the Institutes and Centers of the NIH. Individual scientists select their own summer interns; there is no centralized selection process.

Candidates will be informed of their selection by the hiring Institute. Successful candidates will be required to submit the following documentation to their Institute or Center prior to beginning their training:.

Minority Introduction to Engineering & Science (MITES) – MINORITY
June 18 through August 2
70 Applicants accepted (Exceptional Minority Students)

(Minority Introduction to Engineering and Science) is a rigorous six-week residential, academic enrichment summer program for promising high school juniors who are interested in studying and exploring careers in science and engineering. This national program stresses the value and reward of pursuing advanced technical degrees and careers while developing the skills necessary to achieve success in science and engineering. MITES is rooted in MIT’s belief in the importance of students from diverse populations to pursue higher education and careers in these fields. The program is 100% scholarship-based. Funding from industry, foundations, grants, individuals, and MIT covers all living and educational expenses for each admitted student. Students only pay for their transportation to and from MIT. Selected students build self-confidence in their ability to be successful in a demanding academic atmosphere, and have a chance to work with and befriend individuals of different racial, ethnic and other backgrounds. Although admission to MIT is not the focus of MITES, for its graduates, there is a strong record of successful admission to MIT and to other engineering and science universities.

Application link

MIT: This is the Research Science Institute (RSI) sponsored by Center for Excellence in Education and MIT

Each summer approximately 80 of the worlds most accomplished high school students gather at Massachusetts Institute of Technology for the Research Science Institute. Invited students enjoy a six week, cost-free program designed to kick-start their careers of leadership in science, mathematics, engineering, and technology. Participants experience the entire research cycle from start to finish.

Many RSI students use their RSI research projects as a basis for entry to science competitions, garnering top awards in the annual Intel Science Talent Search, the Siemens-Westinghouse Science and Technology Competition, and the All-USA High School Academic Scholarship.
Cost – Free

Penn Summer Program

Application not available yet. Students can take a range of classes for college credit on the Penn campus, taught by Penn professors.

Purdue University Minority Engineering Program – Minority

Session Dates – (July 10-22, 2011)
Minority Engineering Programs are open to all students. Our mission is to engage in activities designed to increase and improve the enrollment, retention and successful graduation of engineers. Our focus is domestic under-represented minorities from African American, Native American, Mexican American, and Puerto-Rican American groups.

Contact the following for application information – Allene Manning,

Cal Tech – The Youth Engineering and Science Scholars (YESS) Program – Minority

Three week summer residential program for exceptional underrepresented high school students. The YESS program aims to challenge students beyond the traditional high school classroom environment by providing first hand exposure to research scientists and engineers as well as an introduction to the university science and engineering culture.
Cost: Free

Smith College Summer Science and Engineering Program for High School Girls
Grades 9-12: Females Interest in Science, Engineering, Medicine, Hands on research

Information not yet posted for 2011

Stanford University Math Camp
Brings mathematically talented and motivated high school students together from across the US, and from the world, to Stanford University for four weeks of intense mathematical coursework

July 10 – August 6, 2011
Information available by January 19th, 2011


UPENN – The Lead Program at Wharton
– Minority
Program Dates: July 3 – 30, 2011

The Leadership Education and Development (LEAD) Program at Wharton introduces some of the nation’s brightest rising high school seniors to the world of business. Founded at Wharton in 1980 by Harold Haskins and Bill Whitney, the four-week LEAD Program attracts 30 students from across the nation to the campus of the University of Pennsylvania each July.

How to Apply: Applications for the LEAD Program are coordinated through the national offices of the LEAD Program in Business, Inc. For information on how to apply to the LEAD Program, please call 215.753.2490 or visit

Leadership in the Business World – Wharton

Program Dates: July 3 – 30, 2011
Application Deadline: March 1, 2011
Locations: Philadelphia or San Francisco
Application Fee $75

Sponsored by the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, Leadership in the Business World (LBW) is a summer institute for a talented and select group of rising high school seniors who want an introduction to a top-notch undergraduate business education and the opportunity to hone their leadership, teamwork, and communication skills. Since 1999, LBW has brought students from six continents and nearly every state to the Wharton School.

Wharton will select 60 diverse participants to attend each program. Both programs will run from July 3 to July 30 and will cost $5,575, plus an additional $75 non-refundable application fee. The program fee covers tuition, housing, meals, activities and weekend trips. Limited financial aid is available. For students participating on the western campus, their program fee covers the cost of the flight from San Francisco to Philadelphia.Selections will be based on academic achievement, leadership in school activities, and interest in an undergraduate business education.

Application for either program requires:
• Official high school transcript
• Two letters of recommendation from teachers
• Short essay
• Official test score reports
• $75 application fee

Grades – 7th, 8th, 9th, and 10th

Duke TIP Summer Studies offers:
• A community of motivated and engaged peers unlike any you have ever experienced.
• Course topics and learning experiences unavailable to most middle and high school students.
• Age-specific programs that are geared specifically toward gifted students.
• Expert instructors, 75% of whom hold or are working toward a terminal degree.
• A stimulating educational model that promotes higher-level thinking through interactive, inquiry-based learning
• Engaging social and residential experiences to complement your academic endeavors.
• An intense, accelerated pace in the classroom. Students attend a single class for 7 hours each weekday and 3 hours on Saturdays.


Students develop knowledge and understanding of complex issues through case studies, lectures, films, simulations, discussions, field research and group projects. Your learning is stimulated by creative curricula, engaging faculty and peers from around the world. Last year we had students from 22 different countries and from around the U.S. Such diversity is key to our understanding of global challenges.

Note: 2011 Dates and Fees will be posted soon

Drexel University Summer Institute: Business, Engineering

Summer Institutes
Drexel’s summer academic programs are open to highly motivated high school students who wish to explore what a university-level program is all about. Workshops are led by Drexel faculty and utilize Drexel’s labs, facilities, and the city of Philadelphia’s many resources.
Some have no charge, and some have a minimal charge

Drexel’s 2010 Summer Institute Programs
This summer, we’ll be offering programs in:
• Business
• Engineering
• Music Technology
• Law
• Media Arts and Design
• Medicine
Application Link:


Limited information at this time offered at web site

“Four hundred young people from 40 states and 13 countries will assemble this summer at American University School of Communication (SOC) for Discover the World of Communication, a hands-on interactive program that introduces high school students to a field that includes everything from weather broadcasting and backpack journalism to music video production and flash fiction writing.” Hands on learning is mixed with smart, fresh lectures


Offers numerous summer programs, however the 12 week summer program offers an opportunity for high school students to gain college credit while completing the first semester of Berklee’s regular college-level core curriculum.

Admissions: For admission you must be at least 16 years old by the start of the program. You’ll also need a minimum of two years of formal music training or experience on your principal instrument or voice, and good working knowledge/familiarity with the written fundamentals of music theory (including rhythmic notation, melodic notation in treble and bass clefs, key signatures, major and minor scales, intervals, and construction of triads and seventh chords). Because you’ll be enrolled in classes with full-time students, it’s important that your musical abilities and written theory and ear training skills are at a compatible level.

During the summer semester, your classes will include:
• Private instruction (two credits, one 30-minute lesson per week)
• Instrumental/vocal labs or ensembles (one credit)
• Ear training (three credits)
• Harmony (two credits)
• Introduction to Music Technology (two credits)
• Writing skills or arranging (two credits)

Application: Visit and create an account. Once you have created your account you will need to fill out the 12-Week Full Credit application in the Special Programs section and submit your application fee

Tuition and fees
• Application Fee (nonrefundable)1 $50
• Tuition Prepayment (nonrefundable)2 $100
• Tuition $11,555
• Health Insurance3 $538
• Comprehensive Fee4 $610
• Housing Deposit $300
• Residence Hall Fees $6,725

Boston University – Institute for Film, Television, and Radio Production

ITRP is a five week hands on program for high school students interested in the many aspects of Media Production and programming.
Application information is not up at this time

Carnegie-Mellon (Pittsburgh, PA) – Pre-College Drama Program

Cost: Resident $6550
June 25 – August 5, 2011
Are you going to be a junior or senior in high school? If so, consider spending June 25 to August 5, 2011 in one of our six distinct Pre-College programs. You can either explore architecture, art & design, drama, music or the National High School Game Academy to prepare yourself for study at the college level. Through our Advanced Placement/Early Admission program, you can take two challenging college courses in order to gain advanced placement and get a head start in college.

Eligibility: Students must be in high school, have completed their sophomore year and 16 to 18 years old (born between August 5, 1992 and June 25, 1995. No exceptions will be made.

New York University Programs – The Tisch School of the Arts

Tisch School of the Arts High School Programs, July 11 – August 7, 2010. Residential program in New York with courses in drama, dramatic writing, filmmaking, and photography and imaging. Acting and filmmaking in Dublin and acting in Paris. Application deadline: February 12, 2010.

For more information, visit:
Application information

New York Film Academy

Our high school programs are designed for students ages 14 to 17 with little or no previous filmmaking, acting, or animation experience. They are intensive, short and long term courses that fully immerse students in the craft of writing, directing, casting, shooting, acting in, editing, and animating their own films.

Each year hundreds of students from around the world benefit from the extraordinary education offered at the New York Film Academy. The Academy is a learning center for individuals who want to explore film and video arts or performance for the screen and stage. For students ages fourteen to seventeen, the New York Film Academy offers a pre-college enrichment experience that is unparalleled.

Apply at this web site

Northwestern University – National High School Institute Program

Summer 2011 dates: 5-week programs will be June 26 – July 30, 2011

Application information not yet posted

Penn Summer Program

Application not available yet. Students can take a range of classes for college credit on the Penn campus, taught by Penn professors.

The Pratt Pre-College Program
July 5- July 29th 2011

Brooklyn and Manhattan Campuses
Every summer, Pratt sponsors a college-level program for high school sophomores, juniors and seniors at its Brooklyn and Manhattan campuses. The program attracts about 400 students. It is an intensive immersion experience in art, design or architecture.

The summer program regularly attracts national and international students. Students choose an elective course such as fine arts/painting & drawing, graphic design, illustration (traditional or digital), fashion design (Brooklyn only), photography, architecture and creative writing. Students develop their creative skills, build an effective portfolio for college admission, and earn four college credits. Scholarships are available based on merit.

Eligibility: High school students who are at least sixteen years old, and have completed their sophomore year, as well as graduating seniors (minimum age: 16 years by June 30, 2011; maximum age: 18 years. No exceptions.)
Self-motivated and responsible students willing to immerse themselves in college-level study with other students who have similar interests
All levels of experience welcome
Application Information

Princeton University – Summer Journalism Program – Minority

What is the Princeton University Summer Journalism Program? We welcome about 20 high school students from low-income backgrounds every summer to Princeton’s campus for an intensive, 10-day seminar on journalism. The program’s goal is to diversify college and professional newsrooms by encouraging outstanding students from low-income backgrounds to pursue careers in journalism. All expenses, including students’ travel costs to and from Princeton, are paid for by the program. Students who attend the program come from across the country. Bios of our 2010 students can be found here. The program is currently in its ninth year.


FSU Young Scholars Program: Science and Math– MINORITY

6 week residential science and math program for Florida rising high school Juniors and Seniors with significant potential in the sciences

Free- Applications are due march 15

FSU Saturday at the Sea Summer Camp

The Saturday-at-the-Sea Summer Camp program (SATS Camp) is a week-long experience in marine science offered by invitation only to local students entering the 9th and 10th grades. During the SATS Camp, participants make their own original observations and from them develop a research project to explore these observations and the questions that they spark. During the week, the participants will collect, analyze, and interpret the data from their research project and write and present orally a paper that outlines the conclusions that they draw from the data. They also design and carry out a service project that benefits the marine environment in some way.

FSU – SciGirls Summer Camp

Launched in 2006, SciGirls is a two-week hands-on summer camp run by The Magnet Lab and WFSU that inspires middle and high school girls to pursue careers in science. SciGirls I and SciGirls II camps accept rising sixth graders through tenth graders as well as returning campers

UF Young Entrepreneurs for Leadership and Sustainability

Students will have the opportunity to take two college-level courses:
GEB4930 – Exploring Entrepreneurship
SYG2010 – Social Problems & Solutions
Students will complete 75 hours of community service (meeting the requirement for Bright Futures Scholarships or for the service portion of IB CAS hours). Additionally, we have planned a plethora of exciting activities and events to integrate the academic learning with engaging and interactive experiences outside of class.

UF Summer Journalism Institute

An intense and fun six days of journalism instruction open to rising 10th, 11th and 12th graders who have recommendations from their publication advisers or principals. Classes are open to rising 10th, 11th and 12th graders who have recommendations from their publication advisers or principals. You must be enrolled in a journalism course. Selections are based on first-come, first-serve/qualifications basis. Graduating seniors and middle-school students are not eligible.

Florida International University – Pre-Collegiate Summer Institute – Minority

Limited information available at this time
The office of Pre-College Programs is an area in Student affairs that is investing in the future of the university and the community. The programs are very successful in giving at risk and low income students, as well as students who excel, the opportunity to experience college life before it actually happens.

University of Miami Summer Scholars Program

About to complete your sophomore or junior year in high school?
Explore your career possibilities through the Summer Scholar Programs at the University of Miami. Each program offers a three-week, educational experience that lets you live like a college student on campus while earning valuable college credit.
Program dates – June 25th – July 15, 2011
Application not currently available

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