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Contact for Summer Camps:Gorgui S. Ndao, Program ManagerCenter of Excellence in STEM and STEM Education (STEM-X-ED)Jenkins Hall, Room 123
Central State University will host the 2013 DoD Middle School Summer Science Camp from June 16 through June 28, 2013. The camp is designed to provide activities, experiments, projects, and field experiences for students entering 6th, 7th, or 8th grade in the fall of 2013. The camp promotes science, technology, engineering, mathematics, and mathematics education. The camp is a two week, academic, residential camp that emphasizes increasing students’ mathematics and science skills while introducing them to college life and stimulating their interest in science and engineering as a potential career path. Each day, campers will attend classes that include problem solving, research and communication skills incorporated with biology, chemistry, physics, environmental sciences, earth sciences, engineering and design concepts, and field excursions. Certified classroom teachers and university faculty will teach these classes. CLICK FOR AN APPLICATION.
Summer Transportation Institute (STI) Summer Camp
Central State University will host the 2013 Summer Transportation Institute (STI) for high school students from June 16, 2013 to July 12, 2013. The purpose of the Institute is to create awareness and stimulate interest in high school students to take full advantage of the opportunities that exist in the transportation industry. The STI is sponsored by Central State University, Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), and Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) and is opened to students attending public and private high schools across the state. The institute is an extremely intense and structured learning opportunity for youth in the high school systems of Ohio. The curriculum will expose students to new frontiers and adventures such as highway design, transportation of people and cargo, intermodalism, laws, regulations, safety, and career opportunities. In addition, students will participate in ACT preparation courses, computer training, academic enhancement activities, field trips, and student projects.
Approximately thirty (30) rising ninth, tenth and eleventh grade students will receive full scholarships to participate in the four-week summer program. Scholarships will include the following: Tuition, Workshops and Handouts, Room and Board, Facility Usage, Equipment and Supplies, Travel (Field Trips), Lab Fees, and Speakers. CLICK FOR AN APPLICATION.
CSU-STEM-X-ED Scholars Summer Bridge Program
Central State University will host the 2013 DoD Scholars Summer Bridge Program for 16 incoming freshmen majoring in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math from June 16 through July 12, 2013. The program is designed to provide participants with the basic tools needed to succeed in their respective programs during their freshman year at CSU. The program will focus on developing skills such as applying mathematics in physical and biological sciences, engineering, and technology; laboratory experimentation for science and engineering; and using computer for experimentation and research. The four week program will consist of lectures, computer work, laboratory work and visits to advanced research laboratories in the area. The participants will receive up to a $6,000 scholarship per year for four years provided they meet academic standards and other program requirements. CLICK FOR AN APPLICATION.
TRIO/Upward Bound Program
The Central State University Office of TRIO/Upward Bound Program (CSU-UB) will host its summer camp from June 3 – July 12, 2013. The six-week on-campus summer program (4-weeks commuting and 2-weeks residential) will enhance the academic skills, introduce the participants to campus life, teach them college survival skills, increase their social skills and provide entertainment activities. Participants will attend workshops, use computerized tutorials and practice tests to improve their test taking skills to enhance their SAT and ACT scores.
Who is Eligible?
You may apply if you are currently a freshman, sophomore, or junior at Jefferson, Meadowdale or Thurgood Marshall High School. You must also be considering attending college in the future.
For more informationabout UPWARD BOUND call, John Anene, (937) 376-6496 or (937) 376-6646
Summer Early Start Program
The University College is offering our annual Summer Early Start Program for incoming freshmen students. This program is design to provide new students with Mathematics, English, Critical Thinking, and Study Skills Enrichment. This program will take place Saturday, June 15th- Friday, July 19th. Students will have the opportunity to develop relationships with faculty, staff, and students prior to the start of the semester. The program is an amazing opportunity to get a jump start to your college career. If you are interested please complete the confirmation form and send your program fee to the University College. The deadline is Friday, May 31st. If you have questions, please contact Ms. Karen Franklin at 937-376-6419 or Ms. Heather Scott at 937-376-6110.
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