Wake Forest Univ Pre-College Summer Programs

Capt MJ

10-Year Member
I received the following in an alumni email. Might be something of interest for your high schooler. There were several embedded links that didn't survive iPhone copy and paste, but here's the master link:
http://immersion.summer.wfu.edu/parents/



Wake Forest University Summer Imersion Program

Dear Wake Forest Alumni and Friends,

The Wake Forest Summer Immersion programs are offering new and exciting institutes for the Summer of 2017 both on campus in Winston-Salem and at the Wake Forest Charlotte Center! Please share this message with a high school student or parent that may be interested in participating.

A week at Summer Immersion puts high school students on the right track to find their future career. It will help them see what college life is really like, learn how to collaborate, and soak up knowledge from top-notch faculty and industry professionals.

With nine institutes to choose from, there's something for everyone. Whatever their dreams, we have a program that lets them dive in and experience the real world this summer. We're also confident that they will benefit from networking with industry leaders and gain a taste of independence and maturity.

Institutes Offered:

Academic Discovery
Biosciences and Engineering
Business & Entrepreneurship
Law
Leadership
Medicine
Sports Marketing
Sports Medicine
Technology

We are offering 3 new institutes this summer in Winston-Salem: Academic Discovery, Biosciences and Engineering and Sports Medicine.

Please join us for an Open House- Sunday February 19th from 1-3 pm at the Porter Byrum Welcome Center to learn more about the 2017 Summer Immersion Program.

Learn more about the SIP experience and apply today! You don't want to miss this opportunity.

Sincerely,

Kyla Hollingsworth
Director, Pre-College Programs
Wake Forest University - Charlotte Center


THE OFFICE OF UNIVERSITY ADVANCEMENT
1834 WAKE FOREST ROAD, WINSTON-SALEM, NC 27109
1.800.752.8568
 

fencersmother

10-Year Member
Founding Member
. It will help them see what college life is really like, learn how to collaborate, and soak up knowledge
Collaborate... does anyone else remember when that word had a slightly negative connotation? Now, the kids are taught to collaborate.

So, Capt, you teaching or attending? :)
 

Capt MJ

10-Year Member
Collaborate... does anyone else remember when that word had a slightly negative connotation? Now, the kids are taught to collaborate.

So, Capt, you teaching or attending? :)
You just never know.

Wish it weren't so pricey for students.
 
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