Summer Ventures in Science and Math Summer 2010


  • Summer Ventures in Science and math is a 4 week cost-free residential program for rising juniors and seniors
  • This program is administered by the NC School of Science and Math
  • The program is developed for high achieving students who have demonstrated a career interest in Science, Technology, Engineering or Mathematics
  • It is held at six sites around the state.  Appalachian State, East Carolina, NC Central, UNC Charlotte, UNC Wilmington and Western Carolina Universities
  • Application deadline is January 31, 2010
  • For an application or questions, please see Mr. Morton in Student Services.

Appalachian State University Summer Institute for Business and Leadership


The summer institute is for juniors who have a sincere interest in Business.

The Martha Guy Summer Institute is a three week program.  Students spend two weeks on campus and one week on an exploratory trip to Washington D.C. and New York City to learn about the world of business, develop professional skills and meet business leaders.


  • The application is due on March 1, 2010
  • The program runs from Sunday, July 11-Saturday, July 31.
  • There is a fee for the program but two-thirds of the cost is paid by the Martha Guy Institute for Business Leaders.
  • Please see Mr. Morton in Student Services if you are interested

2010 Appalachian State Forensic Science Camp

The Forensic Camp is an academic camp that requires a strong science background.  This camp will prove beneficial for those students who are interested in pursuing a career as a forensic analyst or are curious about the field.  Some points of interest are crime scene investigation, collecting evidence for future analysis and understanding fiber, hair, gun shot residues and laboratory analysis.

  • Camp Dates are July 21-24 or July 28-31
  • Cost is $459.00 for early registration
  • More information can be found at


Free Enterprise Leadership Challenge at Wingate University

The FELC is a 5 day residential program in which the students learn about free market economics and how to create businesses and marketing plans.  This program also strongly promotes ethical leadership, personal responsibility and philanthropy. 

  • Cost is $75.00
  • The sessions are from June 20-24 or June 27-July 1 
  • You may apply online at www or call 704-233-1776 ext.



Summer Engineering Course at Sweet Briar College

Sweet Briar College is offering this Engineering program for girls in the sophomore, junior and senior classes for 2010-11. The students will earn 1 college credit for this program. The students will explore design testing, use three-dimensional computers and analysis software. 

  • The session runs from July26-29, 2010
  • The cost is $450.00 (Need-based scholarships are available.
  • For more information visit

Food and Agribusiness Industries Summer Program

The Food and Agribusiness is a residential program for rising juniors and seniors at NC A & T University.  Students are exposed to careers in the food and agribusiness industry, one of the fastest growing careers in the country.  Only 10 students will be selected for this prestigious program.

  • Application Deadline is May 1, 2010
  • Applications are available online at
  • Students will receive a stipend of $250.00 for completing the program

Wake Forest University Summer LENS Program


  • A three week residential experience at Wake Forest University
  • 36 students will be selected and scholarships are available
  • The program deals with ecologic, economic, political and legal issues.
  • Wake Forest professors will be conducting the program.
  • The students will be involved in research, field trips and service projects.
  • LENS is available to rising junior and senior students.
  • The program will be held from July 11-31 at Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem.
  • If you are interested, please see Mr. Morton in Student Services.