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There is a looming shortage of engineering talent in the US. Engineering is becoming a less popular career choice at the same time many engineers are retiring and the overall demand for engineers is increasing. National Grid’s “Engineering our Future” initiative is designed to address this issue.
The “National Grid Engineering Pipeline Program” has developed into the centerpiece of the US Engineering our Future initiative. High quality high school students selected into the Pipeline participate in a structured 6-year developmental journey that gives them an opportunity for fast tracked employment with National Grid. Pipeline Scholars gain exposure to the National Grid and to engineering through classroom instruction, hands on activities, site visits, research and projects. Highlights of the Pipeline include opportunities for job shadows, mentoring, networking and a possible paid internship.
Learning & Development is pleased to announce the start of the eighth year of the Engineering Pipeline Program. Recruitment is beginning for the new class of Scholars to be selected into the Pipeline. Applicants must currently be in their junior year of high school, have a minimum GPA of 87%, provide evaluations from two teachers and submit a 250-word essay illustrating their desire to learn about engineering. Please feel free to forward the attached brochure to schools, teachers, or any high school junior that you think would be interested in the Pipeline. Please note the
application deadline is April 15.
Summer at Wellesley
Phone: 781 283 2200
Co-Ed Undergraduate Courses and Pre-College Programs: Experience the Wellesley way learning in small co-ed classes with exceptional faculty. Programs are designed for rising academically motivated female high school juniors and seniors.
Summer 1: May 30-June 23
Summer 2: June 26-July 21
George Washington Pre-College Summer Programs
Phone: 202 994 6360
Summer Immersion: Full day noncredit program for rising sophomores, juniors and seniors. Participants enroll in two week programs that integrate lectures with activities.
Session I: July 2-14; Session II: July 16-28; Session III: July 30-August 11
College Intensive: offers rising juniors and seniors the opportunity to earn college credit by engaging in challenging undergraduate level courses.
6-Week Session: July 2-August 15 (3 to 8 credits); 3-Week Session: July 2-21 (3 credits); 6-Week Online Session: May 22-July 1 and July 5-August 15 (3 to 6 credits)
See Scholarship Opportunities at precollege.gw.edu/scholarships
Deadlines: Scholarship Programs and US University Prep – March 1
College Intensive and Summer Immersion – May 1
International Students: Programs are open to international students; however, GW only provides F-1 visa sponsorship for students applying to College Intensive 6-week sessions (including US University Prep). The full time study of two courses is required. Students who are non-native English speakers must have demonstrated proof of English language proficiency by meeting the minimum required scores on the TOEFL, IELTS or other GW-approved language test. Eligibility requirements for visa sponsorship are on the website.
Summer Institute for the Gifted
Telephone: 866 303 4744
Program offers gifted, creative and academically talented students an experience like no other, combining a wide variety of courses with cultural, social and recreational activities.
Residential Programs: Ages 9 to 17 (ages vary by campus). Commuter option is available on all campuses.
Campuses: Bryn Mawr College, Emory University, Northeastern University, Princeton University, UC Berkeley, UCLA, University of Chicago, University of Miami, Yale University. New: Richmond, The American International University in London.
Online Programs: Ages 7 to 14. An 8-week online program for SIG eligible students offering a wide range of courses in potential interest areas for individualized learning. For more information on online courses, visit GiftedStudy.org/online.
Smith College – Summer Precollege Program for High School Girls
Phone: 413 585 2165
This program is open to academically talented girls who will enter grades 9, 10, 11 and 12 in fall 2017. Enrollment is limited to ensure a quality academic experience. The program’s selective admissions process is based on student’s academic performance in middle or high school, a written essay and a teacher recommendation. Students must have a strong record of academic achievement, a high level of motivation and a willingness to explore.
There is important information regarding the application process, fees and dates and deadlines that are explained on the website.
University of Notre Dame – Pre-College Programs
Deadlines: January 30 for Study Abroad and Leadership Seminars
February 6 for Summer Scholars
Summer Scholars: June 24-July 8 participants spend two intense weeks in one of the programs of study listed in the program.
Leadership Seminars: July 15-July 26 participants explore topics affecting the global community.
University of Mass., Lowell Summer Tech Camps
Teens build valuable STEM skills in an inspiring, collegiate setting. Students experience personalized learning with a maximum of 8 students per instructor and use the best brand name products from industry leaders like Adobe, Apple, Autodesk, Google and Microsoft.
University of Mass., Amherst Summer Pre-College Program
Phone: 413 577 2112
Summer Schedule: Session 1: June 25; Session 2: July 9; Session 3: July 23.
UMass summer programs are hosted by Commonwealth Honors College. Programs range from college-level courses for high school students to continuing education courses in creative writing and music.
Academy for International High School Students: July 9 to August 5
This Academy program will help you understand more about higher education in the US and prepare you to apply to US colleges/universities. All students complete a personal statement as part of the program, which can be used for application to US colleges. You will also meet many students from the US and around the world.
Boston University – Summer Programs
Phone: 617 353 1378
Summer Challenge: Rising sophomores, juniors and seniors study two academic topiocs of their choice to take part in exciting social activities. Explore your interests; preview college life; earn college credit; make new friends; experience Boston
Harvard Pre-College Program
This program is an immersive, collaborative and transformative program. Pursue your interests in courses focusing on physics, law, writing, philosophy and a dozen other subjects. In our noncredit classes, we dispense with grades so that you can fully commit to your growth as a student, well-rounded individual, and engaged citizen.
Session I: July 25 to July 7; Session II: July 9 to 21; Session III: July 23 to August 4.
Summer Discovery – Summer High School Internships
Enrichment, college credit, intensive institutes, internships, language and cultural immersion, leadership.
Washington University in St. Louis
Deadline: April 1, 2017
High School Scholars Program
Session A: June 11 to July 15
Session B: July 16 to August 18
Session C: June 11 to August 5
High School Summer Institutes
Minimum B+ GPA
TOEFL score at least 90 for international applicants
Pre-Medical: June 11 to 30 or July 16 to August 4
Pre-Engineer: June 11 to 30 or July 16 to August 4
Creative Writing: July 2 to 14
Communications: July 2 to 14
Global Leadership: July 2 to 14
Environmental: July 2 to 14
Philosophy/Psychology: July 2 to 14
Personal Narrative: August 6 to 12
Young Leaders: August 6 to 12
Health & Biomedical Sciences Camp
Lebanon Valley College, PA
Session I: June 25 to 30
Session II: July 23 to 26
Through lectures and hands-on laboratory investigations, students will be introduced to the fundamentals of molecular biology, pharmacology, immunology, biochemistry and medical ethics. Students will interact with practicing professions in fields such as medicine, physical therapy, toxicology, genetic counseling and biomedical laboratory research.
Students: Check website for details
Engineering Pipeline Program
Companies like National Grid will need qualified engineers in the future to continue to grow our innovative and evolving business. “Engineering our Future,” our engineering pipeline program, is our long-term strategy to encourage bright, young people, guided by their parents and teachers, to consider engineering careers.
We’re looking to inspire, attract, and develop future engineers. And to get students of all ages and backgrounds to study science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM)...so they can help us build the future of our industry and our world. We’ve invested more than $3 million in this critical program and will continue to support engineers-in-the-making.
For more information about this program and how to apply visit the website above.
Assumption College – Pre-College Summer Program
Session: June 25 to June 30, 2017
Deadline: April 15, 2017
Rising high school seniors from across New England and around the country join Assumption College professors for a competitive pre-college program that introduces them to undergraduate studies in the liberal arts. They engage in discussions with faculty and teaching assistants. Students take three classes a day in which they engage in open and spirited discussions of assigned readings. Evenings are spent with teaching assistants engaged in informal discussions about a short story or movie. For more information, visit the website above.
Students: Check website for details
Bryant University PWC Accounting Careers Leadership Institute
Session: June 25 to June 30
Deadline: March 31
Students African American or Black and Latino/a Rising Seniors with a GPA of 3.0 or
higher. Must have also completed Algebra II by the end of Junior year
USC Summer Programs
Preview freshman year at USC through a 4 or 2 week summer course program.
Babson College – Summer Study
Session: July 6 to August 4
Residential program that lets you earn college credit as you gain real world business insights. Surrounded by other aspiring entrepreneurs from around the world, you will discuss ideas with our engaging faculty, develop your personal brand and create a new business venture while experiencing life on a college campus.
Students Rising Juniors and Seniors