College Workshops

College Grants

Deadline

Uindy's Financial Aid Packages & Upcoming Visit Days

DON'T MISS OUR UPCOMING VISIT DAYS!

Students can register online here

 

FEBRUARY 13 - Preview Days for School of Nursing, School of Education & School of Business  

MARCH 20 - School of Nursing Preview Day  

MARCH 22 - Preview Days for Anthropology, Archaeology & Communication     

MARCH 24-25 - Campus Camp-In  

MARCH 29 - Preview Days for Health Professions & Engineering

 

FINANCIAL AID PACKAGING HAS BEGUN AT UINDY

Financial aid and scholarship packages for the 2017-18 school year have already been mailed to those students who have applied for admission at UIndy and submitted this year's FAFSA. Students who have not yet filed the FAFSA, we encourage you to do so as soon as possible.  Once we have received your FAFSA, we will begin packaging them for UIndy aid and scholarships.  

 

In-State Angels

Click here for more information

 

Medical Assistant Training Information and Scholarships

theeMedicalAssistants.com, a site that helps students who want to pursue medical assisting career. Authored by healthcare providers who have years of experience behind them, the site mainly provides information on medical assisting scholarships, career, training programs, certification and accredited schools across the nation. For becoming a certified medical assistant click here.

 

College of Court Reporting

Students interested in the areas of Official Reporting or Broadcast Captioning. click here or call Nicky Rodriguez at 866-294-3974

 

STEMjobs Magazine

New, Free STEMjobs Magazine Encourages Students to Pursue STEM Careers For information on Careers in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) click here.

 

Princeton University Financial Aid Program

At Princeton, 75% of students graduate debt free. Students who are at the top of their high school classes should click here for more info on Princeton University.

 




College Workshops

Deadline

CollegeWeekLive: Live Chats with Colleges on March 30th

Here's an easy way for your high school juniors to jump-start their college search and apply for a scholarship. They simply need to create a profile on CollegeWeekLive and browse schools to enter our monthly scholarship drawing. It's that easy!

And don't forget – our biggest online college fair of the year is on March 30! Any student with a profile on CollegeWeekLive will be able to ask questions in live online chats with schools of their choice. Prizes will be awarded throughout the day and students will be able to enter our $1,000 scholarship drawing when they visit 5 school pages on the event day! Click here for the flyer

March 30, 2017 

Purdue University College of Agriculture: Pre-College Molecular Agriculture Summer Institute

Purdue University's College of Agriculture is continually interested in supporting youth to reach their educational potential while illustrating the highly scientific applications and principles found within our industry. To increase this awareness, students with an interest in biological and life sciences are wanted to explore Purdue University at the Pre-College Molecular Agriculture Summer Institute (Pre-College MASI) June 18th-24th, 2017.  

 Pre-College MASI is a one-week residential program held at Purdue University, West Lafayette for academically talented and gifted students (rising juniors and seniors) from throughout Indiana.  The program is free to accepted students and is sponsored by the Purdue University College of Agriculture's Office of Academic Programs and industry partners. Students will work directly with a Purdue University faculty member on a laboratory experiment and present their experiment at the conclusion of the program. The program will also contain tours of various facilities and field trials in and out of a classroom setting. Here's what a past Pre-College MASI cohort had to say about their experience!

Students with an interest in science and technology are encouraged to apply to Pre-College MASI by completing the application and returning it to our office, postmarked no later than April 15th


April 15, 2017

The University of Indianapolis: R.B. Annis School of Engineering

The University of Indianapolis announces the launch of the R .B. Annis School of Engineering

in the Shaheen College of Arts and Sciences through a transformational, $5-million gift honoring the late Robert B. Annis.  The gift will advance the University's strategy to address Indiana's workforce needs for skilled engineers and STEM-related professions.  The R. B. Annis School of Engineering will offer specialized areas of study in industrial and systems engineering, software engineering, computer science and mechanical engineering (launching in 2017). Click here for the email.

University of Indianapolis
1400 East Hanna Ave
Indianapolis, IN  46227


 

Stanford University Pre-Collegiate Studies Programs

Programs offer highly motivated, intellectually curious students the opportunity to investigate topics not typically taught in secondary schools.  Students engage in small classes taught by instructors who are experts in their fields and passionate about teaching.  In this setting, students hone their academic skills and form new friendships with intellectual peers.  Students in our residential programs get a taste of college life on the beautiful Stanford campus.  Past students have described their Stanford Pre-Collegiate Studies experience as life-changing.

 

Choose from:

1. Stanford Sports Business Academy - NEW PROGRAM

2. Summer Humanities Institute

3. Summer Arts Institute

4. Artificial Intelligence Laboratory's Outreach Summer Program

5. High School Summer College

6. Summer Institutes

7. Math Camp

8. University-Level Online Math and Physics Courses

9. Stanford Online High School

 

To learn more about the programs, visit: spcs.stanford.edu/collegecounselor

 

Anderson Woods - Bristow, Indiana

Since 1978 Anderson Woods has been hosting those with special needs during the summer.  From 3 adult campers sleeping in tents the first summer, they have grown to now accommodate 170 children and adults that sleep in four cabins.

During the four-day, three-night sessions, campers learn self-confidence, trust and responsibility, through working together, caring for animals, tending the garden, and enjoying the beauty of nature. It is an opportunity for them to experience fellowship with other campers and the staff while enjoying many recreational activities.

For more information on becoming a 2017 camper: Call Megan Gatwood at 812 639 1079 or visit the website www.andersonwoods.org

 

University of Evansville Reading Skills and Speed Reading Summer Program

University of Evansville, Center for Adult Education, is offering an online READING SKILLS AND SPEED READING Summer Program for students entering 9th grade through 12th grade. In this effective program, students will improve their comprehension in both fiction and non-fiction while doubling their reading speed. Students learn the best way to read and study textbooks and take notes. With the help of this program, students will be able to complete homework more quickly and easily and enjoy reading more. Individualized programs include engaging instruction, independent reading in great books, and a skilled and encouraging teacher.

Online reading programs begin every week throughout the summer. Tuition varies by program level.  Please ask about family discounts.

For more information and to register call 1-800-964-9974   M-F 7:00am to 8:00pm    Sat 7:00am - 4:00pm or call Judy Reilly, Program Director at 1-888-202-5114

Programs are also available for younger children to help with Phonics, Fluency, Comprehension, Love of Reading, Textbook Skills, and Speed Reading

 

University of Evansville Summer College Program for Students with Disabilities

The University of Evansville is offering a 6-week summer program for students with disabilities. You are able to earn up to 6 college credits transferable to the university of your choice. The program, for students entering at least your senior year in high school, is designed to enrich the lives of students with a disability by giving them the opportunity to experience college life, while helping to ease the transition from high school to college living.  Participants are trained in the acquisition of skills to begin a lifetime of living as productively and efficiently as possible. Students are encouraged to utilize the U of E's campus services to learn personal interaction skills. Recreation opportunities are also offered to encourage relaxation and social interaction. A professional counseling staff offers individual and group counseling sessions. Special instruction is also given to meet the needs of the individual's disabilities that will enable you to utilize special equipment designed for your disability that will enhance your academic and social performance.

For more information call or write:

1-812-422-1181

Director of College Programs
Evansville Association for the Blind
500 Second Avenue
PO Box 6445
Evansville, IN  47719-0445 

 

Ivy Tech Community College Southwest

Ivy Tech Community College Southwest is offering FREE SUMMER COLLEGE COURSES for eligible High School Juniors and Seniors

Ivy Tech and Alcoa Foundation have partnered together to give eligible high school students the opportunity to take up to two select college classes this summer for FREE!  

Classes offered include:

  • Key Principles of Advanced Manufacturing
  • Basic Automotive Service
  • Electrical 1
  • Introduction to HVAC Technology
  • Basic Electricity
  • Introduction to Machining

To see a schedule of classes and times offered, as well as information about how to enroll, click here or stop by the HHHS Guidance Office

 

Indiana University Kelly School of Business Summer Program

Application Deadlines for 2017 Announced! April 5, 2017!             

Here at the Kelley School of Business, we know your first priority is always the best interest of your students. It’s the same for us. That is why we want to share with you our unique, twoweek summer program for rising high school sophomores, juniors, and seniors. 

         

The Business is Global program offers students the opportunity to be transported into a world of international business, language, and culture from around the world. No passport necessary! 

             

The program is a unique blend of culture, language, and international business learning that will provide students an introduction into the myriad opportunities available in today’s global marketplace. During their two weeks, your students will be introduced to:

 

·      Cultures and business practices from three regions around the world: East Asia, the Middle East & North Africa, and Turkey

·      Less commonly taught languages from three emerging economies: Mandarin Chinese, Arabic, and Turkish

·      Business fundamentals from KSB’s top ranked faculty: including Finance, Operations, Marketing, Strategy, Entrepreneurship, and more

In 2016, Business is Global students learned taichi, practiced Ebru (a traditional Turkish painting art), learned how to cook a typical North African meal, had a networking lunch with regional business leaders, explored the food and music of other countries at a Culture Night event, competed in a crosscultural business competition, and much more. You can follow the journey of the 2016 participants here. Or check out last year’s video here!

 

We would like to offer you the opportunity to nominate one or more of your students to this highly competitive program. Nominated students will receive preferred admission status and consideration for our meritbased and needbased scholarships. To receive your nomination code and/or to contact me directly for more information, please email me at ciber@indiana.edu or call me at (812) 855-5749.    

     

Applications are available online on our website. I hope you will visit our Facebook page as well.   

          

After spending their summer with Business is Global at IU, no matter what career path your students choose to follow, you can be sure they will leave our program as confident, smart young adults ready to take on the world!

April 5, 2017

Engineering & Manufacturing Creativity Camp

The Engineering and Manufacturing Creativity Camp (EMC2) on the University of Southern Indiana campus is a day camp made possible by the Southwest Indiana STEM Resource Center and the University of Southern Indiana Engineering Department. It will give you a chance to learn what engineers do, through a series of exciting on campus activities and field trip to a local manufacturer.

Topics included are:

  • CAD Design
  • Raspberry Pi 
  • Water Jet Manufacturing
  • Python programming with GPIO
  • Site Visit

Everything you learn will be highlighted during presentations to your peers and parents at the end of the week during a ceremony celebrating your completion of the camp. This is an experience you won't want to miss!

Date: July 10-14, 2017

Time: 9am-4pm 

Location: Business and Engineering Center & Applied Engineering Center, USI

For: Incoming 9-12th graders (must be entering these grades during the 2017-18 academic year)

Registration Fee: $150 - filled on a first-come, first-served basis; lunch is provided

Registration: February 5 - June 2, 2017

Course #: 17SSTEM200

Scholarships: A limited number of scholarships are available for those who qualify.

Registration Link

Once your online registration is submitted, confirmation and payment instructions will be emailed.

For questions regarding registration, please call 812-228-5022.  For answers to questions regarding camp details, contact Dave Ellert at djellert@usi.edu

For more information, visit our website!


























June 2, 2017 
 

GO STEM! Summer Camp

Bring a girlfriend and come spend a summer week on the beautiful campus of the University of Southern Indiana. During the Girls Only (GO) STEM! Camp, you and twenty-three other young ladies from all corners of the United States will spend time participating in a variety of hands-on activities designed to help you better understand the multitude of career opportunities that await you when you embark on a STEM-focused post-secondary education.  Activities that will be included in this experiences are:  coding, engineering, 3D printing, healthcare, advanced manufacturing, and e-textiles.  Also, as a part of the experience, a field trip will be taken to the Toyota Motor Manufacturing plant and Holiday World & Splashin' Safari in Santa Claus, Indiana  where data will collected and observations made pertinent to engineering principles. Campers can also look forward to rock-climbing at USI's new indoor climbing facility, hiking the picturesque USI-Burdette Trails, and growing accustomed to college life in one of USI's many residence halls.  Female STEM majors will be on hand all week to mentor campers, giving each camper the opportunity to build a lasting and valuable support network. 

Date: June 25-29, 2017

Location: University of Southern Indiana

For: Girls entering grades 9-12

Camp Fee: $150/camper - Camp fee includes all meals, lodging, amusement park admission, and inter-camp transportation.

Registrations will be accepted beginning February 5, 2017 and are secured on a first-come, first-served basis.   

Registration Deadline: June 2, 2017 

Course #: 17SSTEM100

Scholarships: A limited number of scholarships are available for those who qualify. 

Registration Link

Once your online registration is submitted, confirmation and payment instructions will be emailed.

For questions regarding registration, please call 812-228-5022.  For answers to questions regarding camp details, contact Allison Grabert at afgrabert@usi.edu.

For more information, visit our website!



























June 2, 2017 

Evansville Plumbers & Pipefitters Local 136 MCA-SI Training Trust Fund’s Apprenticeship Program

The Evansville Plumbers & Pipefitters Local 136 MCA-SI Training Trust Fund’s Apprenticeship Program applications will be available the 3rd week in January, 2017. 

 

Click here for more information

 

Indiana & Michigan, a subsidiary of American Electric Power and Ivy Tech Energy Technology Program

For more information click here

 

University of Indianapolis Engineering Programs

For more info click here

 

Vincennes University Architectural Studies Program

Graduates of the Architectural Studies Program are able to work independently and in team settings drawing preliminary, presentation and production level documents. To find out more about our exciting program, visit our website here

 

Valporaiso University Nursing and Health Professions

For more info click here

 

University of Evansville Center for Adult Education Reading Skills and Speed Reading Programs

Click here for more information.

 

Apprenticeship Programs

Any student considering a career in the Construction Industry.

Call 1-317-270-5284 for more info on apprenticeship programs.

 

NROTC program - Navy option

Click here for more information.

Click here for an application.

 

Spencer County Soil and Water Conservation District Internship Applications

The applicant needs to be a Spencer County resident (graduating senior or in college).

 

Minimum requirements:

·   High school diploma or equivalent

·   Experience in water quality, agronomy or natural resources is a plus,

·   Travel outside of the County on behalf of the SWCD may be necessary. Mileage reimbursement will be set at allowable rates set by the county.

·   Must possess and retain a valid Operator’s License and good driving record.

·   Should be in good physical condition and capable of walking and carrying surveying equipment in the summer climate.

 

We will be making a decision in the Spring, but a closing date has not been announced, yet. Compensation has not been determined by our board, yet, but has been approximately $9.00 per hour in the past. Any interested applicants can submit them to me electronically, by mail, or in the office M-F 8a-4p.

 




Visitation

Deadline

Wabash Valley College visit days:

March 8th 2017
April 5th 2017

Click here for more info.

 

Purdue Polytechnic New Albany Open House

Open House is a great time to come out for a visit to see what Purdue Polytechnic New Albany has to offer, tour classrooms and labs, meet faculty and staff, and learn about the admissions process.

We hope that students will have an opportunity to visit us during Open House! If you have any questions about this event, would like to schedule an individual tour, or any questions in general, please do not hesitate to contact dani@purdue.edu.

Click here for the flyer.






March 2nd from 4-6 PM CST
 
Bethel College: Cadet Teacher Day

Bethel College is thrilled to inform you that we are hosting a Cadet Teacher Day!

We heartily encourage any students who would like to explore the teaching profession to attend.

We are offering a day filled with information, first-hand experience, and ample opportunities for students to ask questions and spend time with current Bethel students.

Please use the links at the bottom of this flyer to register and obtain directions.








March 23, 2017

AmeriCorps NCCC
For information on AmeriCorps NCCC click 
here

 

United States Air Force

Click here for more information

 

Ivy Tech

For information on Student Life at Ivy Tech click here.

To apply to Ivy Tech click here.

 

The American Musical and Dramatic Academy College and Conservatory of Performing Arts

Click here for more information

 

University of Dayton Open Houses

Talk to current students. Hear from your future professors. Find out why more than 7,900 Flyers call the University of Dayton home. During the Open House, you'll tour campus, explore our academic programs, gain tips for choosing a major, and learn about financial aid and more. Space is limited. RSVP here. Have question or need to request special accommodations? Call 800-UD PRIDE (800-837-7433)

 

Marian University Event Days

Register for event days on the campus visit page here. You may also email campusvisit@marian.edu or call (800) 772-7264.

 

Vincennes University Soar and Roar program

Tours in aviation technology, logistics and racing. Click here for more information.

 

University of Indianapolis

For info on the University of Indianapolis, click here

 

Taylor University

For information on Taylor University click here.

 

United States Military Academy West Point

Outstanding juniors may apply here.

 

The French Pastry School

Click here for more information.

 

AMDA College of Performing Arts: New York and Los Angeles

Click here for info - click here for audition locations.

 

Columbus College of Art and Design 

Columbus College of Art and Design is located in Columbus, Ohio.

Click here to get admission information.

Click here to visit their Facebook page.

Click here to view their Youtube Video.

Contact CCAD at 614.222.3261 or admissions@ccad.edu.

 


Sullivan University System


 is offering 4 Summer Camps running from June 11-16

1. Baking and Pastry Arts Camp will teach you techniques and skills to make desserts that taste as good and they look.
2. Culinary Camp is place to go if you have a passion for cooking.
3. At Med Camp you can scrub in on mock surgeries.
4. The Studio will bring your design ideas to life using technology.
Check out the websites or stop by the guidance office for more information
 
 
DePauw University
is pleased to again share an exciting summer musical opportunity, Vocal Arts at DePauw 2017, for high school vocalists.  Workshop takes place June 16-24 at their campus in Greencastle, IN. This year's workshop features a concert by The King's Singers.  Students will also get to work with British choral legend Bob Chilcott. 
Cost:  $900
Application details online at music.depauw.edu/vocalarts
Direct any questions to vocalarts@depauw.edu
or stop by the Guidance office at HHHS 
 




April 14, 2017
 
 
Anderson University Summer Camps
for 2017 being offered: 
Dance, Design, Filmmakers, Harp, Music Business, Music Education, Musical Theatre, Soccer, STEM, String Instruments, Volleyball
Teams: Boys Soccer, Girls Soccer, Football

Eleven of the camps are residential, where students stay in our college dorms and are provided housing, food, and activities all week.  Eight of the camps offer a day camp option, where students can take part in the fun while sleeping at home and commuting each day.
 
University of Evansville

The College of Engineering and Computer Science will host its annual University of Evansville Engineering OPTIONS Summer Camp for High School Girls this June. High school girls in the tri-state area are invited to participate.  Participants in the Engineering OPTIONS programs will have a better understanding of what types of opportunities are available in fields most closely related to science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).  
More details for the camp can be found online at https://www.evansville.edu/options/hsGirls.cfm 
or contact Kimberly Higgins, OPTIONS Coordinator 
or the HHHS Guidance Office
 
 
COLLEGE WEEK LIVE- ALL ACCESS DAY- VIRTUAL COLLEGE FAIR
College Week Live is offering help to Juniors and Seniors through a Virtual College Fair.  Join them for an online event on March 30th from 10AM to 10PM
You will be able to;
*Meet more than 100 colleges and universities in live chats
*Learn everything you need to know about the FAFSA
*Get advice on writing a college essay, minimizing college debt, fitting in on campus
*And more.....
Bonus:
When you visit 5 schools during this free online event you will automatically be entered into a $1,000 scholarship drawing
More information needed?
 

The College of Engineering and Computer Science will host its annual University of Evansville Engineering OPTIONS Summer Camp for High School Girls this June. High school girls in the tri-state area are invited to participate.  Participants in the Engineering OPTIONS programs will have a better understanding of what types of opportunities are available in fields most closely related to science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).  
More details for the camp can be found online at https://www.evansville.edu/options/hsGirls.cfm 
or contact Kimberly Higgins, OPTIONS Coordinator 
or the HHHS Guidance Office
The College of Engineering and Computer Science will host its annual University of Evansville Engineering OPTIONS Summer Camp for High School Girls this June. High school girls in the tri-state area are invited to participate.  Participants in the Engineering OPTIONS programs will have a better understanding of what types of opportunities are available in fields most closely related to science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).  
More details for the camp can be found online at https://www.evansville.edu/options/hsGirls.cfm 
or contact Kimberly Higgins, OPTIONS Coordinator 
or the HHHS Guidance Office
The College of Engineering and Computer Science will host its annual University of Evansville Engineering OPTIONS Summer Camp for High School Girls this June. High school girls in the tri-state area are invited to participate.  Participants in the Engineering OPTIONS programs will have a better understanding of what types of opportunities are available in fields most closely related to science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).  
More details for the camp can be found online at https://www.evansville.edu/options/hsGirls.cfm 
or contact Kimberly Higgins, OPTIONS Coordinator 
or the HHHS Guidance Office
The College of Engineering and Computer Science will host its annual University of Evansville Engineering OPTIONS Summer Camp for High School Girls this June. High school girls in the tri-state area are invited to participate.  Participants in the Engineering OPTIONS programs will have a better understanding of what types of opportunities are available in fields most closely related to science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).  
More details for the camp can be found online at https://www.evansville.edu/options/hsGirls.cfm 
or contact Kimberly Higgins, OPTIONS Coordinator 
or the HHHS Guidance Office
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