Louisiana Tech University
Design Camp is for students who have completed at least their sophomore year in high school. It will take place July 12th through 17th, 2015. The program has a rolling admission and the total cost is $745, which includes room, board, materials, field trips, and course instruction. Space is limited so reserve your spot today! Register now through April 1, 2015: www.design.latech.edu/camp
Positions are limited and filled on a first-come, first-served basis. Applications must be completed and returned to the Volunteer office by the date specified. Those accepted will be required to attend an orientation session to begin the summer and will be expected to participate throughout the summer.
To request an application, contact Volunteer Services at (985) 230-6811.
Louisiana Lions Camp
Louisiana State University Summer Scholars (SS)
This program is an eight-week summer program that prepares high achieving under-represented minority students to make a successful transition from high school to college. The program is only open for 2015 high school graduates who have applied and are eligible for enrollment at Louisiana State University and Agricultural and Mechanical College for Fall 2015. Summer Scholars makes a lasting impression on all who attend, giving participants the opportunity to become adjusted to the academic, personal, and social challenges they may face as new freshmen. The weekly meetings with campus faculty, staff and administrators give the participants a head start on the fall semester. The participants are able to establish their own sense of community before they are joined by more than 5,500 of their fellow freshman classmates in the fall!
There are tutoring sessions that teach learning strategies and exciting programs on leadership development. The participants will be enrolled in 6 credit hours. The enrichment trips include places, such as the Houston Museum of Natural Science, Tangipahoa African American Heritage Museum in Hammond, World War II Museum in New Orleans, STENNIS Space Museum, in Stennis Center, MS, and the Brooks Museum of Art and the Civil Rights Museum in Memphis, Tennessee.
The program awards SCHOLARSHIPS covering tuition, housing, and a meal plan!
We invite you to visit Summer Scholars online at www.lsu.edu/ssp. Please share the application materials with your college-bound, minority high school seniors.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: MARCH 20, 2015
Complete applications must include all of the following from the student to be considered:
§ A completed Summer Scholars online application coversheet
§ A copy of high school transcripts, including ACT or SAT scores
§ Two letters of recommendation (at least one letter of recommendation should be from a high school representative)
§ A Personal Statement: This should be autobiographical, and no more than one single-spaced typed page. It should explain your reason for applying to the Summer Scholars program, as well as choosing LSU, and your course of study/career goals.
NOTE: Program participants will be required to cover some LSU fees and additional services, estimated to be $500. Other expenses such as parking, books, and other incidental charges will be the responsibility of program participants.
For more information, please contact me at email@example.com or (225) 578-7465.
To learn more about both programs and their application process, visit: spcs.stanford.edu/explore.
Louisiana Youth Seminar
Air Force Academy