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Summer Opportunities
 
LOCAL- Kent Roosevelt High School Makers of Tomorrow for Incoming 8th, 9th, & 10th graders Flyer  & Flyer 2

Accounting Careers Awareness Program: Free week-long accounting program at Ohio State for minority students.  This is a great program for students interested in business, finance or accounting.  This is an all-expenses paid campus residency program held in June.   Visit http://www.ohiocpa.com/acap for more information and to apply.    
 
Auborn University:  Brain Camp, Architecture Camp, Construction Camp, Robotics and Game Development Camp, Sport Science Camp and more!  Learn more here
 

Boston University: Pre-college programs available to explore career interests, preview college, life, earn college credit, and experience Boston.  For program information visit http://www.bu.edu/summer/highschool    

Bowling Green University:  Program Information  Many different virtual summer programs are available, topics include; Audio Broadcast, Astrophotography, College Readiness, Forensic Science, Health Careers, Pre-Law, Animal Science, Nutrition & Fitness, Farm 2 Fork, and Music.

Camp Canopy:  https://campcanopy.com/ Camp opportunity to learn about Ohio's forest, wildlife, conseravtation, tree identification, ecology and much more.  College scholarships may be awarded to top scorers on the final exam at camp. 

Camp Fitch:  Apply online Must be at least 17 years old. Job description 1 & Job description 2
 

Carnegie Mellon University:  Summer Math & Science programs and other pre-college programs.  https://www.cmu.edu/pre-college/academic-programs/sams.html
 
Case Western Reserve University:  An immersive collegiate experience https://case.edu/summerprograms/ 
 
Cleveland Clinic Summer Internship Program:  The Cleveland Clinic offers area students numerous opportunities to attain valuable STEM-based, 21st century, professional learning experiences.  O For information on available internships, diverse eligibility criteria, and the application process, visit http://civiceducation.clevelandclinic.org/   
 
Cleveland Institute of Art Summer Programs:   http://www.cia.edu/continuing-education/pre-college
 

Cleveland State University Sports Management Summer Institute: https://www.thesummerinstitute.net/
 

Cornell University Summer College:  Click here for more information and to apply   
 
FBI- Future Agents in Training (FAIT) Academy:  A 4 day program for HS studeings, rising, seniors, and recent graduates that are interested in learning about the FBI.  Applciation due Jan 31

Gettysburg College: Summer Program Information  Programs include; Civil War Era Studies Virtual Camp, Camp Psych Virtual Camp, Young Writers Workshop Virtual Camp, and Athletic Camps and Clinics

John Carroll University Young Writers Workshop:  A week-long summer camp offering both day and residential options.  Visit http://sites.jcu.edu/yww/ for more information and to apply
 
Joyce Ivy Summer Scholars Program:  Provides scholarships for talended, high-achieveing young women fromt he Midwest to participate in academic summer programs at some of the country's top college: Barnard, Brown, Cornell, Emory, Harvard, Johns Hopkins, MIT, Smith, Stanford, Wash U, Yale.  Scholarships are awarded based on merit and financial need. Applications due by March 1.  Visit website for more info and to apply  http://www.joyceivyfoundation.org/summer-scholars.html

Lebanon Valley College Health & Biomedical Summer Camp: Program information & application The goal of this summer program is to provide a window into the scientific basis of human health through hands-on labs, investigative experiences, and interaction with practicing professionals.

 
Malone University:  Many summer opportunities availabe including; Creative Writing Camp, Cybersecurity Camp, Theatre Camps, Worship Music Camp, and Zoo and Wildlife Biology Camp.  https://www.malone.edu/summercamps/
 
Marietta College:  Women's Inspirational Summer Experience.  Visit https://www.marietta.edu/wise-mc
 

Miami University Summer Scholars Program:    Deadline to apply is May 1The 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: For more information and to apply visit here
 
NEOMED :  Pathways to Pharmacy Camp. This is a great way to learn more about the profession of pharmacy.  At NEOMED in Rootstown.  Be mindful of deadline to apply. Overview, schedule and application

Ohio State University ExploreAg:  Sponsored by the Ohio Farm Bureau Foundation.  Geared towards individuals who are interested in careers in science, engineering & technology in the food, fuel, and fiber industry. Four weeks available for students to attend.  Register at www.exploreag.org 
 
Ohio State University Linguistics Institute:    Two sessions are available https://linguistics.osu.edu/SLIYS

 
Penn State Engineering Summer Academy:  please refer to website for details and to apply https://esap.seas.upenn.edu/.  Watch for deadlines
  
Stanford Pre-Collegiate Studies:  Many programs and classes offered; Sports Business Academy, Humanities Institute, Arts Institute, Artificial Intelligence Laboratory's Outreach Program, Mathematics Camp, Math & Physics Courses and more!  Visit https://spcs.stanford.edu/   
 
Student Conservation Association:  Interested in serving the planet this summer?  A variety of programs are available to students ages 15-18 this summer.  Visit https://www.thesca.org/serve/choosing-program-thats-right-you 
 

University of Dayton:  Engineering summer camps are available at the University of Dayton. This link  provides the most up to date information for our camps. 

University of Findlay:  Pharmacy Summer Camp Flyer 2021


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