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Internships, Mentorships, and Summer Programs

Internship/Mentorship Opportunities:
 
young kim
 
Girls who code
 
STEM summer programs
 
 
art institute
 
 
 
Career Exploratoin Fair
 
UCI nursing camp
 
UCI Lifevest
 
alg 2 bootcamp
 
 
essay writing
 
 
 
july practice sat/act
 
 
 
 
 
 
Attention students 9-11th grades!  The end of school and summer are right around the corner!
 
Below are a few summer enrichment programs from our partners at Revolution Prep that you may be interested in over the break. As a bonus, all tutoring, test prep, executive function support, and enrichment programs are 10% off through the end of June, so it's a great opportunity to get ahead. Just pick and choose what options are best for you!
 
1) Algebra II Prep: Summer Bootcamp - 12-hour small group course
  • Designed for rising 8th, 9th, and 10th graders with an A/B average in previous math courses who want to build a strong foundation before starting Algebra II.
  • Courses start in July (2-week or 6-week option) Click here to view the Algebra II flyer.  
  • $432 per course (10% off if you enroll before 6/30/24 - $389)
 
2) Essay Writing Support: Students can schedule 1:1 private tutoring sessions with the Revolution Prep faculty to brainstorm and work on college essays during the summer months. Click here to view the essay writing flyer 
 
 
3) FREE ACT, SAT and PSAT practice exams in June and July. Register with QR codes below!
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Applications for the Mathematics Intensive Summer Session (MISS Program) at California State University, Fullerton are now available. For the past 34 years, CSUF has offered this FREE program to high school and eligible middle school students, including many who will be the first in their family to attend college. This enrichment program is intended to help students strengthen their foundational understanding of their next course of math. The long-term goal of the program is to increase the population of female students who choose careers in STEM.

 

When is the MISS Program?

  • Monday, July 8, 2024 to Friday, August 2, 2024. Students will attend six hours of mathematics class daily at CSUF, Monday through Friday from 8:00 am to 3:00 pm.

What kind of mathematics will be taught?

  • Algebra 2/Math III and Pre-Calculus. Students must have completed Geometry/Math II or Algebra 2/Math III by June 2024 to be eligible.

Is there a fee to participate?

  • No, this program is free – we will provide meals, books, materials, and supplies to students. Every first-time MISS student that successfully completes the program will receive a free graphing calculator.

How can students apply?

Is transportation provided?

  • No – students are responsible for getting to and from CSUF. If students decide to take the bus, we will reimburse for the cost of a bus pass.

 

More information can be found on our informational brochure. Please forward this to your colleagues and students.