The College & Career Center is a resource area for students and parents to seek information and guidance for educational career paths beyond high school. Take a look at what we have to offer on our webpage.
Paradise Valley Community College
Seniors - if you are still undecided on your plans for next year, please check out PVCC. Great programs that will transfer to our in-state universities and affordable tuition. Please sign-up in Naviance to attend this visit.0
UA Parent Coffee
Future Wildcat Parents! Meet with U of A admissions and current parents of UA students on March 22,2019, at 9:00am, in the Chaparral library. This is a great way for parents and guardians to get information about the 2019/20 school year at the University of Arizona. You will be sent an email with all the details.0
ASU - Juniors
Juniors and sophomores! Thinking about becoming a Sun Devil or would like to learn more about ASU? You won't want to miss this presentation. Please sign-up in Naviance to attend this visit.0
Sign up at www.actstudent.org by deadline March 8, 2019. Late Deadline: March 29, 20190
University of Arizona
Juniors - this visit is for you! Discover what it takes to be admitted to the U of A, the various national ranked programs and campus life. Please sign-up in Naviance to attend this informative visit.0
Check out the great programs offered at PVCC! Please sign-up in Naviance to attend this visit.0
Sign up at https://collegereadiness.collegeboard.org/sat/register by deadline April 5, 2019. Late Deadline: April19, 2019
NOTE: Chaparral is a SAT testing site.0
Sign up at https://collegereadiness.collegeboard.org/sat/register by deadline May 3, 2019. Late Deadline: May 17, 2019
NOTE: Chaparral is a SAT testing site.0
New Design! Naviance Student makes it easier that ever for students to answer the questions: Who am I? What do I want to be? How will I get there? and How will I succeed? The new design will help simplify the college and career planning process.
Video Instructions for Naviance Student
Western Undergraduate Exchange (WUE)
Students who are residents of WICHE states are eligible to request a reduced tuition rate of 150% of resident tuition at participating two and four-year college programs outside of their home state. Note: not all majors are eligible.
Top websites to help you find the right college and useful information
The Basic Vocabulary
Words and terms frequently used in college admissions.
High School Timelines
How is College Different from High School?
The Application Process
College admissions, while challenging, can be a great experience. Searching for colleges, examining your interests, having discussions about your future with your parents can be enlightening experiences. The counselors and the CCC are here to help you as you work through this process.
Application Organization Guide - Keep organized with applications, due dates, and all that encompasses the application process. Click here.
Whether a student is planning on attending a community college, trade school, or a four-year university, an important component to figure out if a school is a good fit is to visit the campus.
Most colleges have special days for prospective students. The schools plan special activities and introduce students to the campus life. Some of our Arizona universities are listed below. Information for other schools may be found at their websites, or by talking to their representatives.
Before visiting a college campus, it could be helpful to look at a College Visit Planning Checklist. Be prepared with questions before the visit: Questions to ask College Admissions. Another helpful article, from College Board, gives information on When to Visit college campuses. Visiting during the week and experiencing a real day on the campus can be the best way for getting a true feel for what the school is like.
Students considering attending an out-of-state school should try to arrange to visit those campuses as well. If that is not possible, or to just get a look around a school, students can participate in virtual tours online through You Visit.
The 10 Best College Websites
By Lynn O'Shaughnessy
When I typed "college" into Google today, I got 631 million hits. When I searched for "scholarships" and "financial aid," I generated another 51 million and 58 million results.
Nobody has time to slog through all that and a lot of it is probably schlock anyway.
You can, however, dramatically cut down on the time you need to find great colleges at bargain princes if you spend time visiting what I consider to be the 10 best college websites
In no particular order, here are my choices for the top 10 college websites:
1. College Navigator. The graphics aren't slick, but this federal website contains more data on the nation's colleges and universities than any place else on the Internet. Using the College Navigator's school search engine, you can scour the country for schools based on your criteria, which is handy if you aren't sure where to hunt for schools beyond the obvious name brands and your own state institutions.
2. College Results Online. Families assume that their children will graduate from college in four years, but that's sadly not true for most. This great website provides four, five, and six-year graduation rates of schools across the country. What I like about College Results Online is that it breaks down graduation rates by gender and ethnicity.
3. Zinch and 4. Cappex. These websites are online matchmakers that have borrowed features from Facebook that should appeal to teenagers. On both sites, for instance, a student can create a profile that goes well beyond test scores and grade-point averages that they can share with schools. Using these sites is a great way to discover intriguing schools that you didn't know exist. Through Cappex, you can access Meritaid.com, which provides a valuable directory of scholarships that thousands of schools offer.
5. College Majors 101. Wondering what you can do with a degree in biology or dance? College Majors 101 offers lots of information about what you can do with dozens of majors, as well as what you can expect academically if you peruse these majors.
6. College Insight. College Insight, which is the brainchild of the Institute for College Access and Success, has gathered detailed information on thousands of colleges. You can find statistics for any school on such topics as college affordability, graduation rates, and college diversity, including the racial and ethnics breakdown of students and professors.
7. Project Student Debt. This website is devoted to helping families make the best economic choices when tackling college costs. You will find tons of information about college debt and student loans. The site also has a list of school that have pledged to limit or eliminate the use of student loans in their financial aid packages.
8. College Board. I am always turning to the College Board when I want to check some quick facts about a particular school. You can easily retrieve the academic profile of a college's freshman class, financial aid merit aid stats, available majors, and much more.
9. Unigo. This site, which has teamed up with the Wall Street Journal, serves up the unvarnished scoop on schools from the students themselves. You won't find spin from the admission offices here. Unigo urges college students to share their take in their own schools through comments, photos, and videos.
10. The Choice (New York Times). This college blog will keep you up to date on the latest trends on college admission, testing, and financial aid. The blog also features a lot of question-and-answers sessions with college admission officers and other higher ed experts.
Additional articles by Lynn O'Shaughnessy
The listings below are job opportunities that are submitted to the College & Career Center from potential employers. Before you apply, this would be a good time to create or update your resume.
Newest listings on top:
Wendy's, Various positions at two locations. Benefits and scholarship program!
The Country Club at DC Ranch, Various positions
Tri-Star Sports Officials, Referees for flag football - middle & elementary school level
Home Depot, Various Positions, North Scottsdale (Hayden) Text flyer
Best Buy, Customer Service Associate, North Scottsdale location.
BellyBubz Doggy Play Club, Dog handler.
Tuscany at McCormick Ranch, Senior Living. Part-time dining room server.
Code Ninjas, Code Sensei, part time afternoons
Culver's, Immediate Openings, Shea & 101.
Silverleaf Club, Youth Activities Leader
Omni Resorts, Various Positions, Montelucia Scottsdale
Cactus Day Camp, Summer Counselors, PV
GeriPro, Administrative/Data Entry Medical Coding
Salt River Indian Reservation, Lifeguard, various locations.
Less Inc., product transportation, Scottsdale Airpart area.
Jack in the Box, Team members and managers.
Factory, Guest Service Associate, Scottsdale Airpark
Magic Touch Cleaners, Customer Service Attendant, Scottsdale & Shea
Rainbow Montessori School, Office Assistant
Rainbow Montessori School, After school care.
UPS Store, Team Associate, Scottsdale & Shea
DSW Designer Shoes Warehouse, 90th St & Shea
Office Clerk, afternoon office support, near Scottsdale Airpark.
Octane Raceway, various positions
Leslie's Pool, Sales Associate.
Strolleria, Shipping Clerk (Part-time, flexible hours). Near Scottsdale Quarter
Lifeguard, City of Scottsdale, various pools.
Ling & Louie's Asian Bar & Grill, Hostess and Servers
The Simple Greek, Various positions. New restaurant.
El Pollo Loco, Various positions. New Location on Hayden.
Potbelly Sandwich Shop, Part-time, Scottsdale & Thunderbird
Bamboo Garden, All positions, Gold Dust and Scottsdale Rd.
Atria Senior Living, Server/Waitstaff, Busser
Astria Sierra Pointe, Server/Waitstaff, Busser
Jet's Pizza, Delivery Drivers & Crew Members, PV area.
Boston Market, Various positions, Frank Lloyd Wright & 101
Medical Receptionist, Part-time, Pima Rd & Pinnacle Peak
City of Scottsdale, Lifeguard positions
JCC, Swim Instructor
Sauce, Servers, Cashiers, Runners.
YMCA, Lifeguard, Scottsdale/Paradise Valley YMCA
YMCA, Child Watch, Scottsdale/Paradise Valley YMCA
YMCA, Welcome Center Representative, Scottsdale/Paradise Valley YMCA
All Care Medicine, Clerical positions in a doctor's office.
Shake Shack, Various Positions. Kierland Commons.
Chicken Scoop, All positions. Scottsdale Promenade.
Trader Joe's, Customer Service (stock, bagging & cashier). Promenade.
A Bright Future, Teacher Assistants, on Frank Lloyd Wright Blvd.
Desert West Gift Products, Packing & filling orders. Shea & Scottsdale!
WildflowerBread Company, Cashiers, bussers, dishwashers, line cooks.
Raising Canes, Crew Members, 2 locations.
Vivid Solutions, Work outside and receive paid training!
Belmont Village of Scottsdale, Dining Room Server & Dishwasher.
Pinnacle Grille, Hostesses and bussers.
Law firm, Part-time File Clerk, Tatum & Shea.
Carl's Jr., Cooks, Cashiers, and Shift Managers (Northsight location)
Harkins Theaters, Team Members (Fashion Square)
Popeyes, All positions (Various Locations)
Hollie's Helping Hands, Babysitter
SoftPoint, part-time Receptionist.
Firehouse Subs, Food Services
TOGO's Great Sandwiches, Food Service
Sante of North Scottsdale, Culinary guest associate
Farmers Insurance, Part-time office assistant
Frogurt, Customer Service at a new yogurt shop on Scottsdale & 101
Pita Jungle, Host/Hostess
Ultra Star Cinemas, Guest Services
Playworks, Various volunteer positions that could lead to paid position
Subway, Various close locations
Massage Envy, Sales Associate
Chick Fil A (Shea & 89th location), all positions
McDonald's at Scottsdale & Shea
Brookdale Senior Living, Dining Room Servers
Pei Wei Asian Diner at Gainey Village
PLEASE NOTE: Many times when a job is filled, Chaparral will not be notified. Be sure to always check with the hiring company.
Career Assessments - Resources to help identify career interests.
Best Major for the Right Career - What should I major in college and other decisions.
Research has shown that up to 80% of entering students admit they are not certain what they want to major in, even if they have declared a major.
Before graduation, over 50% of college students change their major at least once.
NCAA - Information on eligibility requirements and registration link
Becoming a College Student Athlete
"Two out of every 100 high school athletes will play college sports; 2 out of every 1,000 college athletes will play professional sports. Touchdown catches, track records, free throw percentages will likely fade away, but your education will never fade away - nobody can take it from you. Work hard, graduate and remember to do your best, because your best is always good enough." - Bennie Wylie, Head Strength & Conditioning Coach, Texas Tech University
Coach Wylie's words are important to keep in mind that not only are academics important for getting to play college sports, but an important opportunity for ones future income in life. The difference between a high school diploma and a 4-year college degree over 35 years of work is about $600,000 (U.S. Census data).
There are many requirements students must meet and comply with in order to participate in sports at the collegiate level - including academic standards.
Students and families should review the NCAA, NAIA or NJCAA websites for details. In addition, students planning to play sports in college should register with the eligibility centers in or by their junior year in high school.
5 Ways to Pick the Right College Major - Interesting article from US News and World Report
Choosing a Major - There are two reasons to choose a major: to prepare for a specific field or job, or to immerse yourself in a subject that fascinates you.
What are you into? Matches college majors with your interests.
What can I do with this major? Learn about the typical career areas and the types of employers that hire people with each major.
Why Accounting? Find out if accounting is for you.
Military Academies - These institutions strive to provide more than just a high-quality education for their students.
Juniors interested in attending military academies, applying for ROTC, or other military scholarships, need to watch deadlines closely. The process for seeking a nomination to one of the academies begins early in your junior year. You can access information about all five (5) service academies from their websites by clicking the name below.
Air Force AcademyCoast Guard Academy
Merchant Marine Academy
U.S. Naval Academy (Annapolis)
U.S. Military Academy (West Point, Army)
In addition, many have excellent summer programs which give prospective applicants an experience in what daily life for a cadet would be. These programs are very competitive so speak to your counselor NOW for information.
Branches of the military also visit Chaparral periodically to provide information about enlisting. Go to the College and Career Center for information.
Article: Military Academies: How To Get In
You will need a resume for college, scholarships and job applications.
Select a resume format that highlights your strengths.
Resumes come in many shapes and sizes. While there is no "correct" resume format, you should select one that highlights your strengths. For example, a student with little work experience might choose a format that emphasizes academic achievement first.
Below are sample resumes that provide a variety of formats.
|TYPE of PROGRAM||SPECIFICS|
|High School to COLLEGE BRIDGE PROGRAMS|
|Arizona State University (ASU) Early Start Program||
Early Start begins two weeks before the fall semester. There is no cost to participate, however, participation is by invitation only when you register. In Early Start you will:
|The STAR program is a challenging, fun, and rewarding program. In the classroom, you will be exposed to the academic rigors of college life while receiving valuable support from your class instructors, supplemental lab leaders, and peer advisers. There is a cost of $3,800, but includes 6 credit hours and dorms.|
|The New Start Summer Program is a six-week introduction to the best the University of Arizona has to offer. While students spend these weeks getting to know the campus, they will also take two courses (6-7 units), meaning they start off half a semester ahead! Equally important, they will have the opportunity to make great memories and lasting friendships before other freshmen have even stepped foot on campus.|
|TYPE of PROGRAM||SPECIFICS|
|Cambridge College Program (UK)||Wide Variety of Classes|
|Various Topics and Class Excursions|
|Oxbridge (UK)||4 different programs, firstname.lastname@example.org
|Oxford Tutorial College (UK)||Wide Variety of Classes|
|University of St Andrews(Scotland) International Summer Programs||Various academic programs that are run by faculty, staff and alumni. Extensive field trips and visits to places of cultural and historic interest.|
|St. Hugh's College
Univ. of Oxford
|TYPE of PROGRAM||SPECIFICS|
|Amherst College (MA)
Summer Institute for the Gifted
University of Arizona
Business Careers Awareness Program
|Ernst & Young has teamed with the University of Arizona's Eller College of Management Accounting Department to provide current Junior students who are underrepresented in undergraduate accounting classes with an opportunity to explore the accounting field and become involved in the Eller Community. FREE|
University of Arizona, The Honors College
Honors Summer Academy
|Honors Summer Academy for incoming high school juniors and seniors. HSA is great for students who want to experience college life AND earn 6 US Honors credits.|
Med-Start Summer Program
|Med-Start is a summer academic enrichment program for any 11th grade Arizona high school student interested in a health career. Students participate in the program during the summer between their junior and senior years.|
Math-Science Honors Program
|The Joaquin Bustoz Math-Science Honors Program is an intense academic program that provides motivated students an outstanding opportunity to begin university mathematics and science studies before graduating high school. See website for requirements.|
|ASU Youth Engineering Summer Programs – Fulton Sch. of Eng.||Engineering Concepts (for students entering 10th -12th grades)|
|ASU Barrett Summer Scholars||Academically talented and motivated incoming 7th, 8th and 9th grade students. The BSS residential program provides a unique opportunity for these students to experience residential life as well as engage in pursuing their intellectual curiosity while interacting with like-minded students who share their interests and abilities|
|ASU Business Scholars Institute||The Business Scholars Institute (BSI) is a new week-long summer residency program designed for high-achieving high school juniors who will be graduating in 2017 and are interested in pursuing business education and career opportunities.|
|Pre-college experience and college preparation while exploring New York City. Programs are offered for girls only, in keeping with the Barnard mission of educating women. Current 10th and 11th grade girls.|
|Boston University (MA)||Each summer, high school students have the unique opportunity to experience college life at one of the world’s top teaching and research universities—in one of the most exciting U.S. cities.|
|Boston University (MA)
Math for Young Scientists
|PROMYS is a challenging program designed to encourage ambitious high school students to explore the creative world of mathematics. Each summer, approximately 80 high school students from around the country gather on the campus of Boston University for six weeks of rigorous mathematical activity.|
|Brandeis University (MA)||Brandeis High School Programs offers amazing summer experiences for teens on the university's suburban campus with a Jewish setting.|
|Brown University (RI)||Talented students from around the world choose Brown University Pre-College Programs to prepare for success, and experience the challenge of college-level academics.|
|Bryn Mawr College (PA)||For ages 9-14. Part of the SIG Programs (Summer Institute for the Gifted)|
|UC-Berkeley||For ages 9-17. Part of the SIG Programs (Summer Institute for the Gifted)|
|UC Santa Barbara Summer Sessions||During seven sessions of varying length (from the end of June to mid-Sept), Summer Sessions offers over 600 courses, including online courses, and works with faculty and departments to develop unique learning experiences in special courses and programs well suited to the summer term.|
|California College of the Arts||CCA's Pre-College Program is an exciting opportunity for high school students to study art, architecture, design, or creative writing in an art-school setting while earning 3 units of college credit. Eligible students will have just completed the 10th, 11th, or 12th grade.|
|Carnegie Mellon (PA) Summer Pre-College Programs||Wide Variety of Programs for rising junior and senior high school students.|
|Choate Rosemary Hall||5-week Academic Enrichment Program for high school and middle school students, as well as 4-, 2-, and 1-week signature programs. From writing and theater arts to athletics and study abroad, there is a program for everyone.|
University of Colorado, Boulder Science Discovery
|Science Discovery offers immersive summer research experiences for high school students. Students will have the chance to conduct their own research and collaborate with CU Boulder faculty and graduate students, while working in a STEM research lab.|
|Colorado College||Colorado College Summer Session stands out among liberal arts colleges by creating a vibrant academic community year round through our unique Block Plan. Rising high school juniors and seniors to participate in specific Undergraduate Blocks, or in our specially designed Pre-College Block.|
Rigorous summer pre-college academic programs for students entering grades 9 through 12 and freshman year of college.
|Duke Summer Academy||Grades 9-12. Immerse yourself in an international experience designed to provide an academic and residential environment through which you will gain a global perspective on multiple areas of interest for young leaders.|
|Duke Summer College for High School||Get ahead this summer and earn college credit with academically-motivated students from around the world.current 10th or 11th grade student, you are eligible to apply.|
|Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (Prescott, AZ)||Aerospace Engineering,Flight Exploration, Cybersecurity, Drones, Computer Engineering, +|
|Emory (GA)||Wide Variety of Classes|
|FIDM (Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising) Immersive Summer Program||Make it a summer to remember! Every year, hundreds of high school students from all over the world gather to experience fashion through the eyes of a college student in our immersive three-day program.|
|Furman (SC)||Have plans for the summer? If you want to do something really incredible with your summer, come to Furman, stay on campus, and be a part of Summer Scholars. Rising high school seniors and juniors participate in classes led by Furman professors and get a taste of college life|
|GateWay Community College||A variety of summer experiences on campus for K-12 students. Students experience a fun environment where they can explore careers, and in some cases may earn college credit.|
|George Washington University||Find the Perfect Fit for you! GW offers a variety of programs in a number of subject areas, including STEM, the arts, leadership, and more.|
|Georgetown (D.C)||Wide Variety of Classes|
|Georgetown (D.C)||Junior Statesmen Summer School|
|Gonzaga University (WA)
Summer Writing Institute
|Juniors and Seniors|
|Hollins University||Contact: Madison VanDuyne, 800-456-9595
|Indiana University||Business is Global - two-week program for rising high school sophomores, juniors and seniors interested in the intersection of business, language and culture.|
|Julian Krinsky Camps & Programs||
3 campuses, 22 programs, 500 class combinations
|Lake Forest College
Writing and Thinking Workshop
|Lewis & Clark College (OR)
|Loyola University Chicago|
|Miami University (OH)
Summer Scholars Program
|A two-week summer experience for accomplished high school students who will be juniors or seniors.|
University of Miami (FL) Summer Scholars Program
|The University of Miami Summer Scholars Program provides an exciting opportunity for current high school sophomores and juniors to explore their academic passions and experience what it’s like to be a college student. Explore one of 16 exciting programs taught by UM's faculty.|
Math and Science Scholars
|Program designed to introduce 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.|
|Midwestern University Glendale, AZ Health Careers Institute for HS Students||FREE medical program is open to CURRENT junior and senior high school students and offers hands-on lab activities and lectures designed to introduce students to a variety of health professions.|
|National outreach programs empower talented students with the knowledge and confidence necessary to pursue careers in technical fields.
Students apply in the fall semester of their junior year in high school for the upcoming summer programs. Applicants must be US citizens or permanent residents to apply. By submitting just one application, you are automatically considered for one of the national programs. You cannot choose to apply to one particular program.
|MIT Launch Summer||MIT Launch Summer brings together high school students from all over the US and world each summer to MIT campus to become entrepreneurs in a 4-week program.|
|Montana State Univ||Several Programs|
|Mount Holyoke (MA)|
|Northfield Mount Hermon|
|Northwestern - The Cherubs Program||Film & Video, Theater, Debate|
|Notre Dame Pre-College Programs||Three programs: Summer Scholars, Leadership Seminars and Study Abroad. Various dates.|
|Otis College of Art and Design||www.otis.edu/soa
|Pace Univ. (NY)|
|Penn. State (PA)
|Summer Engineering Academy|
Princeton Univ. (NJ)
|If you’re ready to explore the world of politics, international relations, or economics at one of the nation’s most prestigious ivy-league universities, with the thriving international culture and economic energy of New York City as a powerful backdrop, then JSA Summer School at Princeton University is the ideal program for you.|
|Princeton Univ. (NJ)||SIG - Summer Institute for the Gifted|
|Rhodes College (TN)|
|St. Albans School of Public Service|
|School of the Art Institute of Chicago Summer Institute||Earn college credit, gain access to renowned resources and faculty, expand artistic practice, create portfolio-quality work and make new friends.|
|Skidmore College||Skidmore is well known not only as a highly selective liberal arts college but also as one with a studio art program that rivals those of the best fine arts colleges. Skidmore's unique curriculum offers students the opportunity to pursue one of three academic tracks: 2 liberal arts courses, two studio art courses, or one of each.|
|Society of American Military Engineers (SAME)||http://samecamps.org/
James Schleich, contact person email@example.com
High School Summer College
|Summer College students enjoy an extraordinary array of social, cultural, and educational programming, events, speakers, and trips, all uniquely situated in the beautiful San Francisco Bay Area of Northern California, with its perfect summer days.|
Junior Statesmen Summer School
|Attending the JSA Summer School located at Stanford puts you right into the heart of this energetic and forward-looking leadership environment, where you’ll spend three weeks developing your strengths, sharpening your skills, and building your own imagination of the future as you study and debate some of the most critical issues in American and world politics today.|
|Stanford University||Various programs: Interdisciplinary Sciences, Humanities, Social Science, Business, Computer Science, Mathematics, Engineering, and more!|
Stevens Institute of Technology, Hoboken, NJ
Various programs from Cybersecurity to Pre-Med Biology. You get to create something from to start to finish: a business plan, a video game, an investment portfolio, a short animation.
|Summer Discovery||depends on the program|
|Summer Institute for the Gifted||Provides academically advanced students with challenging educational experience.
Programs available on 9 different elite university campuses
|At Summer Discovery UT Austin, we help you prepare for your transition from high school to college. Our pre-college program combines academics, athletics, and activities to give high school students a taste of college life. Open to students completing grades 9,10,11 & 12.|
|Texas Tech Camp L.E.A.D.||The program is designed for students entering their senior year of high school and is an all-inclusive competitive event.|
|Tufts||International Relations in the French Alps|
|The Sorbonne (Paris)
|UCLA (CA) Study the Arts|
|University of Chicago|
|University of Dallas||various dates|
|University of Miami|
|Univ. of Mississippi|
|University of Pennsylvania|
|University of Pennsylvania|
|UPENN Wharton (rising seniors)|
|University of Rochester's Pre College programs||Off-Campus and Abroad programs to Malawi, Samoa, the Chesapeake Bay and Bermuda are open for 10th, 11th, and 12th grade students.|
|USC (CA) Summer Science Camp for HS Women|
Wrigley Marine Science Center
USC Summer Programs
|All USC Summer Programs’ courses are taught by USC faculty and experienced professionals of the USC academic community. Summer Programs’ faculty create an engaging academic experience by combining lectures, hands-on workshops and labs, guest speakers, and academic field trips to locations throughout Los Angeles.|
|Vanderbilt (TN)||Wide Variety of Classes Med Sch 101|
|Vassar (PA)||Wide Variety of Classes|
|Washington University in St. Louis High School Summer Experiences||Explore all facets of college life. Open to current sophomores, juniors, and seniors. Program allows you to design a summer program that meets your needs and interests.|
|Washington Univ. in St. Louis||Portfolio Plus Program|
|WPI Worcester Polytechnic Institute (MA)
Frontiers and Launch
|Participants in either summer program will have the opportunity to use state-of-the-art experimental, analytical, and computer technology and facilities. Clickhere for Frontier. Click here for Launch.|
|WPI (MA)||Rising freshmen and sophomores|
|Yale (CT)||Junior Statesmen Summer School|
|Yale Young Global Scholars-Singapore||The Yale Young Global Scholars-Singapore (YYGS-Singapore) is an immersive week-long academic enrichment and skills-based practicum designed for outstanding high school students from around the world to encourage their drive, energy, vision, and potential to make a meaningful impact as young leaders.|
|Summer Study Programs||Various Sessions|
|TYPE of PROGRAM||SPECIFICS|
|ASU Bio-design Institute||Rising Seniors volunteer minimum 15 - 20 hrs/wk Competitive!|
|Co-op/Engineering Internships||Many schools represented|
|FDA Summer Intern Program||Paid 10 week internship|
|Helios Scholar at Tgen||Helios Scholars at TGen is a paid, eight-week summer internship program in biomedical research open to Arizona high school, undergraduate, graduate and medical school students. Interns work full-time on a research project under the mentorship of a TGen scientist to unravel the genetic components of diabetes, neurological disease and cancer.|
|Intern Exchange International|
|Lead Summer Business Institute|
|Lead Summer Engineering Institute||3 week program
Various dates @ several schools during July
|Mayo Clinic||Volunteer opportunities|
|Sen. John McCain||Volunteer for Senator McCain's2016. Great political experience.|
|NIH Internship in Biomedical Research||Work side by side with leading researchers|
|Roswell Park Cancer Institute|
|University of Pennsylvania||Various sessions|
|Washington Internship Exp. (D.C) 1-800-368-5688|
|TYPE of PROGRAM||SPECIFICS|
|John C. Lincoln - 602-331-5729||10 week program|
|Midwestern University Glendale, AZ||Interactive workshops in health care and medicine NO COST|
|TYPE of PROGRAM||SPECIFICS|
|Sports Industry Academy||Introduction to the $400 + Billion Sports Industry tomature and highly talented high school students from across the country. Prominent sports executives will guide Scholars on the inner-workings of the sports industry. Held at UC Santa Barbara.|
Hours: Mon-Fri 8:30 AM - 3:00 PM
Articles for thought:
College Admissions Shocker! Witty commentary by Frank Bruni (New York Times)