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Academic Insight Days at MS State This spring semester there will be ACADEMIC INSIGHT DAYS at Mississippi State. These are college specific events for students who have been admitted to Mississippi State. These events are designed to give admitted students a closer look at the academic college that houses the major they are interested in pursuing. Registration for these events is online. There is no charge to attend these events.

February 2 - Bagley College of Engineering

February 3 - College of Arts & Sciences

February  17 - College of Architecture, Art, & Design, College of Agriculture & Life Sciences, College of Forest Resources, College of Business

February 24 - College of Education, Pre-Veterinary Medical Technology

American Musical and Dramatic Academy American Musical and Dramatic Academy is pleased to announce their 2018 National Audition Tour for admissions. Admission to AMDA requires an audition. AMDA offers numerous audition opportunities in locations throughout the US and World. We also provide appointments at both AMDA campuses in New York City and Los Angeles. AMDA offers multiple Bachelor of Fine Arts Degrees and Professional Conservatory Programs in the performing arts.

BB's Bridge Building Ambassadors BB's Bridge Building Ambassadors is an educational program designed to offer young people the kind of hope and opportunity that were not available to Riley B. King in the Delta during his youth. This program will provide Delta area youth the opportunity to become actively involved with the Museum. 9th-12th grade students from the Indianola area pulblic and private schools are eligible to apply. Students in the ambassador program are expected to attend Saturday workshops the 1st and 3rd Saturday or each month from 9 am - 12 noon. If you are interested, please come by Mrs. Barrier's room and pick up an application.

Duke TIP (Talent Identification Program) Wide array of summer and online enrichment programs for gifted students in grades 5-12.

56th Anuual U.S. Senate Youth Program The United States Senate Youth Program (USSYP) is an intensive week-long educational experience and scholarship sponsored by the United States Senate for outstanding high school students who are interested in pursuing careers in public service. If you are a high school junior or senior already serving as an elected official in your student body or other state or community organization, you may already be qualified to apply.The 55th annual program will be held in Washington, D.C., from March 3 – 10, 2018. Go to: http://ussenateyouth.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/06/2017-USSYP-Brochure.pdf to see brochure.

Global Young Innovators Initiative Global Young Innovators Initiave: Impact Through Leadership is an Envision summer program in partnership with Leadership Initiatives. You have the option to attend the program at one of these prominent campuses:  Harvard University in Boston, Emory University in Atlanta, the University of Chicago, or the University of California, Los Angeles. You will join other bright young minds from around the world to study and develop solutions for existing and emerging global issues. you’ll serve as a real-life international business consultant for a small business in Nigeria. Along with a mentor and a team of other students, you’ll collaborate via Skype with a local Nigerian business owner to develop creative and sustainable solutions to the challenges their business or community faces. Please see Mrs. Barrier if you are interested in attending.

McLean Entrepreneurial Leadership Program The purpose of the McLean Entrepreneurial Leadership Program is to foster dialogue about how Mississippi can utilize resources through the University of Mississippi to address some of the state’s most pressing needs. Outcomes of the program are designed to help stimulate business in local communities, improve educational systems, and strengthen the conversation between the university and community members. In this first summer, the goal of the program will be to introduce an initial cohort of students from around the state (30-40) to the entrepreneurial spirit of community development. The summer institute will focus on four main areas: Entrepreneurship, Environmental Sustainability, Health and Wellness, Data & Demographics.  Rising 10-11 Graders:  May  - June , 2018 Apply onlineStudents must submit their registration online, complete and mail a printable medical form, also provide a signed copy of the Pre-College Guidelines and Rules, and submit with payment to the Office of Pre-College Programs by May , 2018. Applications are accepted on a first-come, first-served basis. Camps are limited to 30 students per week. A minimum of 10 students must be enrolled in order for the camp to take place. PLEASE NOTE: If registering more than one student, each student must be registered separately. For more information, contact: Phone: 662-915-7621 Fax: 662-915-1535

Email: summernoncredit@olemiss.edu

MDCC Summer school schedule & course listings
REGISTRATION DATES
Summer Intersession 5/9/2018 - 5/19/2018 Registration opens 4/11

2018 Summer Session I 5/31/2018 - 6/16/2018 Registration opens 4/11

2018 Summer Special Session I 5/31/2018 - 6/30/2018 Registration opens 4/11

2018 Summer eLearning Session(online)5/31/2018 - 7/27/2018 Registration opens 4/11

2018 Summer Session II 6/20/2018 - 7/7/2018 Registration opens 4/11

2018 Summer Special Session II 7/5/2018 - 8/4/2018 Registration opens 4/11

2018 Summer Session III 7/11/2018 - 7/27/2018 Registration opens 4/11         Go to http://www.msdelta.edu/index.php/2013-06-13-14-42-22 for Summer 2018 Course Listings

Music Camp at Mississippi College Music Camp at Mississippi College is a residential music camp for piano, voice, organ, and instrumental students of all ability levels with lessons offered in guitar and composition. This camp is for those who have completed 6th grade - graduating seniors. The cost of the camp is $500. Applications available at music.mc.edu. For more info., email music@mc.edu or call 601-925-3440. The camp will be held June 24 - June 29.

National Youth Leadership Forum: Law & CSI  At the National Youth Leadership Forum (NYLF): Law & CSI, you will experience the full range of professions that exist in legal and forensic science fields and explore your opportunities for the future. This six-day summer program is held in Washington, DC. - See more at: http://www.envisionexperience.com/explore-our-programs/nylf-law-and-csi#sthash.WQGtmh6I.dpuf

National Youth Leadership Forum on Medicine At the National Youth Leadership Forum (NYLF): Medicine program you will:

     • Take part in unique site visits to the nation’s best medical schools and health care facilities.

  • Take an interactive role in the study and practice of medicine and the delivery of health care.

  • Experience firsthand the challenges facing medical students and health care professionals.

  • Assume the role of patient and emergency responder in our realistic disaster triage simulation.

  • Meet and interact with leading physicians and medical students at top medical institutions.

  • Be eligible to receive college credit from George Mason University by completing the program.

Navigating Nursing Days at "The W" The College of Nursing at Mississippi University for Women will be hosting 2 Navigating Nursing Days for high school juniors and seniors who are interested in learning more about a career in nursing. Students must meet the minimum ACT score of 21 and mimimum GPA of 3.0. Please let Mrs. Barrier know if you are interested. Also, if you have any questions, please call 662-329-7299 or email Lola M. Wilson at lmwilson@muw.edu. Nursing Days are Thurs, Nov. 16, 2017 from 10:00 am - 1:00 pm and Thurs., March 1, 2018 from 10 am - 1:00 pm.

Oxbridge Summer Programs Oxbridge student (grades 8-12) programs for summer 2018 will be held in Europe and America. They are held in Oxford, Cambridge, New York, Paris, Montpellier, Barcelona, Salamanca, St. Andrews, Boston, and Los Angeles. which offer students 4 weeks of academic & creative immersion. Come by the counselor's office if interested. Website is www.oxbridgeprograms.com.

The Ronald Reagan Presidential Foundation DON'T MISS OUT ON EARNING COLLEGE CREDIT IN WASHINGTON DC AND EXPERIENCING HISTORY AS IT UNFOLDS DURING THE NEW PRESIDENCY! Every component of the experience is tailored to define and strengthen your leadership skills. You will learn lessons from the American presidency, all the while giving you an insider's view of Washington. • Internship placement at exclusive offices throughout DC that aligns with your interests and skill-set • Academic courses for credit - up to 9 in the summer and 12 in the fall • Real-world leadership development experiences to help guide your personal and professional journey • Guest lectures led by top DC policy, business and nonprofit leaders • Behind the scenes briefings and site visits to places like the White House, U.S. Capitol and State Department • Mentor program with working DC professionals • Small group discussions at leading DC policy groups, think tanks and Congressional offices Register now for Spring 2018  in Washington DC!

Early Deadline: October 5th and a 5% tuition discount

Final Deadline: November 10th 

Rural Medical Scholars Rural Medical Scholars Program is an exciting summer opportunity for academically talented high school students between their junior and senior years. Students will attend Mississippi State University for 5 weeks this summer (May  - June , 2018), take 2 pre-med courses, and observe doctors at practice throughout the program. There is a $100 registration fee after acceptance. Tuition, textbooks, and room charges are all provided by the program.

You must have a minimum composite ACT score of 24 to be considered for this program. Applications for the program are available at www.extension.msstate.edu/rms. Call or email the program director, Ms. Ann Sansing @ 662-325-4043 or asansing@ext.msstate.edu. Applications must be postmarked by Friday,March 30, 2018.

Stanford Pre-Collegiate StudiesStanford Pre-Collegiate Studies include engaging academic programs for high school students. Programs offer highly motivated, intellectually curious students the opportunity to investigate topics not typically taught in secondary schools. Studens attend small classes taught by instructors who are experts in their fields. To learn more about these programs, visit: spcs.stanford.edu/find-yourself.

The William Winter Institute The Summer Youth Institute is a 9-day leadership and civic engagement program at the University of Mississippi. It will take place June  - . Current high school freshmen and sophomores are eligible to apply. Program is free to all accepted students. More info and applications are available at their website, www.winterinstitute.org. All applications must be submitted by Monday, March .  If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact Melody Frierson at melody@winterinstitute.org or 662-915-1644.