Are you a high school student interested in international relations? Join Yale Hemispheres for weekly meetings with other likeminded high schoolers and Yale students! The meetings focus around international relations and worldwide current events. Develop your IR skills, make new friends, and learn about the world! For more information, visit http://www.yira.org/hemispheres/
Are you a high school student eager to take interesting new classes from a catalogue taught entirely by Yale students? Then the Yale Fall Sprout program may be for you! Sprout is held on three Saturdays in October, the 1st, 8th, and 15th. Registration ends soon, so be quick! For more information, see https://yale.learningu.org/learn/sprout.html
Are you a senior who has overcome a significant difficulty to become a high-achieving student? The Horatio Alger Scholarship Program may be for you! You must be a US citizen. For more information, go to scholars.horatioalger.org/scholarships/
Applying to college? Do you come from a low-income background but have excellent grades and high test scores? Are you one of the top students in your graduating class but don’t know how you would pay for a private college education? Quest Bridge may be for you! An extensive application, including multiple essays and 3 recommendations, is due by Sept. 27th, so don’t delay! For more information go to http://www.questbridge.org
Welcome, 9th and 10th graders — Are you interested in Science? Are you looking for something to do after school? Want to meet new people? Want help planning for college? EVOlutions at the Yale Peabody Museum of Natural History is the program for you! Classes meet one day a week from 3:30 – 5:30 at the Museum. Questions? Email them to Peabody.firstname.lastname@example.org Ready to apply? Go to evolutions.peabody.yale.edu
HPREP at Yale is a science enrichment program for minority sophomores and juniors interested in careers in the sciences and health professions. This year’s program begins on Saturday, September 24th, and takes place on nine Saturdays. Applications must be submitted electronically by this Monday, September 12th. Due to the immediate deadline, a Teacher Recommendation is no longer being required.
Link to Student Application Form: http://onhsa.yale.edu/hprep2016
From July 5, 2016 to July 22, 2016, students will learn the visual art-making techniques and strategies of an invited Lead Artist, while also working with theater artists on spoken word works that amplify understanding of the visual output.
Together students will collaboratively conceive and mount a major gallery show at Artspace which will be on view all summer.
This year, Artspace has invited Brooklyn-based artist Wardell Milan (Yale MFA, Photography, ’04) to lead the program.
Starting with the construction of small dioramas made from photographs, the students will work with Wardell to transform these environments into theater-sized stage sets, which they will document through photography and activate through performance. Through this project, the students will sift through the social and emotional politics of the world they navigate and participate in to explore identity, while learning how to construct stage sets, design exhibitions, and devise narratives based in a visual language. The students will all receive an apprentice work stipend and on the final day of the program.
Deadline to apply is June 1, please find the application below.