The School of Business offers rising high school juniors and seniors a unique summer experience with unparalleled opportunities! There is no cost to attend, since the programs are underwritten by corporate sponsors. Participants will only have to provide for their transportation to and from Washington, DC. There are several benefits to students attending, including:
- Opportunity to win scholarships to Howard University School of Business
- SAT preparation
- Introduction to “College Life (dormitory life, freshman courses, etc.)
- Introduction and exposure to unique career opportunities in “hot fields”
- Initial training in career fields provided by HUSB professors and corporate executives
- Corporate site visits
- Opportunity to network with corporate executives
- Training in business etiquette and entrepreneurship
- Tours and outings in the nation’s capital (Washington, DC),…and much, much more!
There are currently 3 programs to choose from (a student can only attend 1 program per summer):
- SAP: Summer Actuarial Program (June 17th – July 7th, 2012)
3 week residential program for rising 11th & 12th graders with an un-weighted GPA of at least 3.00 on a 4.0 scale and high mathematics test scores: >60 PSAT/600 SATContact Information:
Tya N. Boyden
- ACAP: Accounting Career Awareness Program (June 17th – June 22nd, 2012)
1 week residential program for rising 11th & 12th graders with an un-weighted GPA of at least 3.00 on a 4.0 scaleContact Information:
- CISCAP: Computer Information Systems Career Awareness Program (June 24th – June 29th, 2012)1 week residential program for rising 11th & 12th graders with an un-weighted GPA of a least 3.00 on a 4.0 scaleContact Information:
Below are links to download the applications as PDFs for the Summer Actuarial Program and the Summer Programs (ACAP & CISCAP). The application deadline is April 1st, 2012, however, the sooner applications are received, the better.
Summer Actuarial Program – http://www.mediafire.com/?3671ldak5b4scvz
ACAP/CISCAP – http://www.mediafire.com/?ckzcu3uw5nvel3u
Spread the word to those who may know of rising junior and senior high school students who may benefit from these free programs!