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Hampshire's summer math studies for high school students is legendary, now in its 43rd year – just as dynamic are 10 other summer programs for high school, college, and grad students, now open for registration.
Announcing summer offerings that include Gene cloning, Blacksmithing, Social Justice and Activism, Media making, and Sustainable farming, Hampshire has opened registration for its renowned summer programs designed for high school and college students to immerse themselves in project-based, experiential education, at Summer.Hampshire.edu.
Hampshire Summer Programs are widely-known as rigorous and hands-on, enabling enrolled students to drive their own studies and projects. The programs invite students to challenge themselves and build their portfolios and resumes.
The college offers two separate tracks, one for pre-college high school juniors and seniors, and one for college and graduate students.
PRE-COLLEGE PROGRAMS will run July 18 to July 29, 2016, for students entering their junior or senior year of high school, led by Hampshire faculty and experienced alumni. Programs include:
COLLEGE PROGRAMS run between June 1 to July 1, 2016, and are for undergrads, grad students, post-B.A.s, professionals, and high school seniors who graduate before summer 2016. Offerings include:
For more information visit Summer.Hampshire.edu