July 19, 2024

Summer Enrichment

Listed below are summer enrichment programs offered in the New England/New York region. Local programs are listed first, followed by programs in the greater NE/NY region. If you are interested in learning about summer programs in other areas of the country, please see your school counselor and/or visit www.allensguide.com or www.enrichmentalley.com.

When browsing programs please be sure to check out their deadline date, which is often in the months of February-April. Also, don’t let the cost of a program deter you from applying because many of the programs offer scholarships.

This page will be updated as we learn about new programs.

Local Programs

Summer Engineering Workshop at Dartmouth
For students entering grades 10-12
Topics: Designing and building engineering prototypes to solve a real world problem

Institute for Security, Technology, and Society at Dartmouth
For students entering grades 11-12
Topics: Cryptography, Digital Forensics, Privacy and Security Awareness

Norwich University Future Leader Camp (Northfield, VT)
For students entering grades 10-12
Topics: Understanding small-group leadership techniques, leadership ethics, teamwork, problem solving and communication (this is NOT a military style boot camp)

Vermont Summer Academy at Green Mountain College
Poultney, VT or Killington, VT, depending on the program
For students entering grades 9-12
Topics: Writing, Veterinary Sciences, Forensic Science, Environmental Studies, Adventure Education, EcoConstruction, Culinary Arts

Programs in the

Greater Region

University of Vermont Summer Academy (Burlington, VT)
For students entering grades 11-12
Topics: Business and Economic, Engineering and Design, Human Health and Medicine, Environment and Natural Resources, Leadership and Activism

University of Vermont StarTalk Vermont
For students entering grades 10-12
Topics: Chinese language and culture for students who have no experience in learning the language.

New Hampshire Institute of Art Pre-College Summer Program (Manchester, NH)
For students entering grades 11-12
Topics: Bio-and Nanotechnology, Space Science, Marine and Environmental Science

University of New Hampshire Project Smart (Durham, NH)
For students entering grades 11-12
Topics: College arts credit and portfolio preparation. Digital imaging, photography, ceramics, drawing, illustration, metalworking, printmaking and liberal arts.

Emerson College Pre-College Program (Boston, MA)
For students entering grades 10-12
Topics: Creative Writing, Filmmaking, Acting, Stage Design, Musical Theater, Film Writing and Production

University of New England Early College (Biddeford, ME)
For students entering grades 11-12
Topics: Coastal Marine Ecology, Neuroscience, Creative Writing, Pre-Law/Trial Advocacy

Boston University Summer Term (Boston, MA)
For students entering grades 10-12
Topics: Numerous topics and programs from a credit-earning program for rising seniors as well as an internship in Science and Engineering for rising seniors. Non-credit programs are available for 10-12th graders.

WPI Launch Program (Worcester, MA)
For students entering grades 9-10
Topics: Biology, Chemistry/Biochemistry, Computer Science, Interactive Media and Game Development, and Robotics

WPI Frontiers Program (Worcester, MA)
For students entering grades 11-12
Topics: Science, Technology and Engineering Programs with Humanities and Arts Workshops

Marist Summer Pre-College Program (Poughkeepsie, NY or Florence, Italy)
For students entering grades 11-12
Topics: In Poughkeepsie - Business, Creative Writing, Criminal Justice, Digital Movie Making, Environmental Science, Fashion Design, Fashion Merchandising, Game Design, Spanish, Sports Communication, Theatre. In Italy – Fashion, Studio Art, Interior Design

New England Institute of Technology - Tech Camp
For students enter grades 11-12
Topics: Architecture, Criminal Justice, Cyber Security, Electronics Systems, Game Design, Photography, Marine Technology, Mechanical Engineering, Respiratory Care Technology, Video and Audio Production

New York University Precollege Summer Programs (New York, NY)
For students entering grades 11-12
Topics: A six-week program that encompasses a variety of college experiences. Students have the opportunity to earn college credit

Contact Information

Hartford High School
Counseling Office
37 Highland Ave
White River Junction, VT   05001

Phone: 802.295.8610  x *2103
Fax: 802.295.8611
Email: hhscounseling@hartfordschools.net

CEEB Code - 460495
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