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Advice on these summer programs Posted on 03-03-2005
UGAdawg10

wassup yall...I have a few questions and I would greatly appreciate it if you helped me... Does anybody have any information on these summer programs? Just wanted to get some opinions before I call these places 1) Clark-Atlanta University/National Science Foundation Chemistry and Microbiology program 2) Clark-Atlanta's Summer Research and Engineering Apprenticeship Program (REAP) 3) Teen Leaders of America (Clark-Atlanta) any more that you would recommend??
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CHiladelphia replied on 03-04-2005 10:03AM [Reply]
Sir ThunderBonez06 wrote:
3) Teen Leaders of America (Clark-Atlanta)
tell more
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replied on 03-04-2005 05:11PM [Reply]
Howard University IASEP (International Affairs Summer Enrichment Program) no tution and a 300$ stipend, thats what i did last summer. OH and they fly you out there for free the only thing they dont pay for is like gifts, clothes, extra stuff.
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replied on 03-04-2005 08:09PM [Reply]
Bermyflower wrote:
Howard University IASEP (International Affairs Summer Enrichment Program) no tution and a 300$ stipend, thats what i did last summer. OH and they fly you out there for free the only thing they dont pay for is like gifts, clothes, extra stuff.
hmm...where can I get some more info on this??...any special requirements? and Teen Leaders of America are simply seminars for high school students to prepare for college/entrepeneurship/career planning hosted by CAU
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Ladybug from Atlanta, GA replied on 03-12-2005 11:58PM [Reply]
Last summer, I attended the CAU Water Chemistry and Microbiology program. It was fun aand interesting. They give you a TI-83plus, college General Chemistry textbook, notebooks, Kaplan SAT book, bookbag, t-shirt and a stipend of 900. Everyone make 600. The last 300 depends on your performance. The lowest you will get is 700. You attend Monday-Thursday, 9-3 and off on Fridays. You take a pretest to divide you into the beginning and advanced group. The morning is SAT prep. Then you have your chemistry lesson (very intense)and after lunch is problems of labs. If you have any more questions feel free to PM/IM me.
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replied on 03-13-2005 10:07AM [Reply]
Ooooo..and I've been looking for some more summer programs too. Thanks
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replied on 03-28-2005 09:59PM [Reply]
Yae ! i finnaly cOmpleted both of my applications for Howard's Summer Programs ! I turned in all my essays and application packets today i hope i get in tho
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Imaginelyfe06 replied on 03-30-2005 06:25PM [Reply]
Do yall live in ATL? I want to get into some summer programs...but I dont live in ATL.
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replied on 03-31-2005 09:21PM [Reply]
Imaginelyfe06 wrote:
Do yall live in ATL? I want to get into some summer programs...but I dont live in ATL.
Hey gUrL :-) ... i dont live in ATL but the way I found out about HOwards Early COllege Summer program was through searching the site.... last year I missed the deadline and i promised myself that I was going to make the deadline this year and i did but if you go to different colleges Web sites you can find out about different proGrams that way... But i do know that if you hurry up within the next few hours and faX your application to Howard you may have a chance (You would have to mail the supporting documents ASAP tho !) ... the Deadline is April 1st and they may still accept you if you fax your app and finish the rest later :-) ... Good luCk ! -(hell
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