Communication and Media Preview at University of Alabama

Rising sophomores, juniors or seniors interested in learning about communication and media industries are invited to learn more about Communication and Information Sciences Communication & Media Preview (CAMP) at the University of Alabama. CAMP will expose participants to the world of communication and media in areas such as broadcast, media production, promotion, social media, writing and public speaking. CAMP will also provide students with a hands-on learning environment that includes interactive guest speakers, collaborative workshops, a culminating project and off-site trips and give them a taste of residential life at UA as they will stay in suite-style residence halls while on campus. Interested students can learn more here. Other summer programs are available at The Capstone are listed on our K-12 Summer Programs site. Registration deadline: June 15, 2017

Duke University Summer Session

Duke University would like to invite you to view a video featuring students who have participated in their Summer Session. There are two High School Student Programs, including Summer College, an academic credit program for students currently in grades 10 or 11, and Summer Academy, an academic enrichment program for students currently in grades 9, 10, 11, or 12. Applications will be available December 1; check this site  for more information and contact summercollege@duke.edu, summeracademy@duke.edu, or nicki.charles@duke.edu with questions. Also, don’t forget to check out the summer 2016 blog. 

Caddying and the Chick Evans Scholarship

Freshman and sophomore hard-working students interested in a summer job at Meridian Hills Country Club and potential for the Chick Evans Scholarship (full tuition and housing at IU, Purdue, or Notre Dame), call 255-3369. Flyer with details.chickevansscholarship
Visit www.evansscholarsfoundation.com for scholarship info. To receive the scholarship, students must be employed for a minimum of 2 years and 100 rounds of golf, have above a 3.2 GPA, show strong character, and demonstrate financial need.