ISSP Information

Spring 2018 College Before College

Recruitment for Spring 2018 College Before College classes has begun! If you are a junior or senior interested in taking a class from January to May, now is the time to read up on the requirements (https://isspinfo.wordpress.com/college-before-college-contract/) and then contact your ISSP Coordinator (https://isspinfo.wordpress.com/contact-your-issp-coordinator/). The application period runs through November 15th, so don’t delay!

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Splash! at Yale

Learn at Splash!

Fall Splash 2017 is on November 11th, 2017. The catalog is available here: yale.learningu.org/learn/Splash/2017_Fall/catalog<https://yale.learningu.org/learn/Splash/2017_Fall/catalog&gt;

Student registration will open OCTOBER 19TH, at 5PM.
Register for Splash HERE:
yale.learningu.org/accounts/login/?next=/learn/Splash/2017_Fall/studentreg<https://yale.learningu.org/accounts/login/?next=/learn/Splash/2017_Fall/studentreg&gt;

This link will NOT be accessible until exactly 5PM.

Program Essentials
Who: 7th-12th graders
When: Saturday, November 11th
Classes begin at 9:30am and run until 5:00pm; student sign-in will run from 8:00-9:30.
What: Take whatever classes interest you, taught by Yale students!

How:
1.) Make an account by clicking “sign up” at the top right of this page. Registration for classes opens on October 19th at 5pm. Register by clicking “Register for Classes” at the top of the page. You may be prompted to update your profile information. Making an account is NOT enough to be registered for the program. Create an account to receive emails with more information for each program!

Cost: The cost for the Splash program will be $20 dollars (which includes lunch) and $10 for a t-shirt. As always, full need-based financial aid is available. The financial aid application is short, and accessible from the student registration page. From now on, payment by credit card before the program is required by 5pm on November 1. If this poses a problem, you must email yalesplash@gmail.com<mailto:yalesplash@gmail.com> by 5pm on October 28. If you do not email, the cost at the door will be $30 for the program by cash or check.

General Schedule
8:00 am – 9:30 am: Students Sign-in
9:30 am – 12:45 pm: Classes
12:45 pm – 1:40 pm: Lunch
1:40 pm – 5:00 pm: Classes

World CLASS (World Culture and Language After School Studies on Yale Campus) — 9th-12th graders — Apply NOW!

Love Languages? This is the program for you! Deadline to apply is October 6th, but don’t wait! Classes can fill up quickly!

Explore the world through language study at PIER’s World Culture and Language After School Studies Program at Yale University. Cultural understanding and world languages will be taught using Yale’s extensive language and international resources.

World CLASS courses begin the week of October 16, 2017, and end on May 18, 2018.  Classes meet for an hour and a half one day a week on the Yale campus. Here is the 2017-18 course schedule:

Arabic I Thursdays 4:00 – 5:30 pm

Arabic II Thursdays 5:30 – 7:00 pm

Dutch Wednesdays 4:00 – 5:30 pm

German Tuesdays 4:00 – 5:30 pm

Italian I Wednesdays 4:30 – 6:00 pm

Italian II Wednesdays 6:00 – 7:30 pm

Japanese I Wednesdays 4:00 – 5:30 pm

Japanese II Wednesdays 5:30 – 7:00 pm

KiSwahili Mondays 4:30 – 6:00 pm

Portuguese I Thursdays 4:30 – 6:00 pm

Portuguese II Thursdays 6:00 – 7:30 pm

Polish Mondays 4:30 – 6:00 pm

Russian I Thursdays 4:00 – 5:30 pm

Russian II Thursdays 5:30 – 7:00 pm

Turkish Mondays 4:30 – 6:00 pm

Ukrainian Wednesdays 4:00 – 5:30 pm

Urdu Tuesdays 4:30 – 6:00 pm

The program costs $400/course, but ALL NEW HAVEN PUBLIC STUDENTS RECEIVE A FULL SCHOLARSHIP. A Yale World CLASS certificate will be provided upon completion of the courses, and New Haven high school students will be awarded a Pass for .25 credits in the language studied.

Register here!

9th & 10th graders — EVOlutions Application is due Monday, Sept. 17th!

EVOLUTIONS is a FREE after school program for New Haven and West Haven public high school students that takes place at the Peabody Museum of Natural History on Yale’s campus. The recruitment and application process is in full swing right now, all freshmen and sophomores are eligible to apply, and students who remain in good standing usually continue in the program throughout high school!

If accepted, you will be assigned to a class that takes place one day per week from 3:30-5:30 (but you can go over anytime after 2:00). During class you will do science trivia, SAT practice, learn about college and careers, and do hands on activities and museum exhibit projects. They also have free tutoring services, SAT practice and college essay writing workshops, monthly events where you play games, eat pizza, and network with college students, and an annual 3-day out-of-state college trip.

After one year in EVO, you can apply to work in the Sci.CORPS Youth Employment Program, where after 75 hours of community service, you can earn a paid position as a Museum Interpreter. After two years, you can apply to do a paid summer lab internship with a Yale professor. Some of their graduates even work with the program during college.

For more information and/or to apply, go to this link:

http://evolutions.peabody.yale.edu/admissions/apply

Are you a Junior or Senior Female Interested in an Engineering career? Do we have a conference for you!

You are invited to The WiE (Women in Engineering) conference at UCONN on Thursday, September 28th, 2017. The conference is free, but they do NOT provide transportation to or from the Storrs campus. They only have 225 spots for students – so sign up soon, space fills quickly! Click here to register: http://www.wie.uconn.edu/

UCONN tells us that as part of the day, you will:

*   Learn about different engineering fields with their best female students, professional engineers and faculty.
*   Meet and interact with a diverse cross-section of their female engineering students.
*   Have a guided tour of campus, focusing on engineering spaces, conducted by our Engineering Ambassadors team.
*   Learn about UConn admissions and how you can become part of the School of Engineering.
*   Be their guest for an informal lunch with current engineering students as hosts.
*   Receive a WiE t-shirt (for student participants only)
*   Have an opportunity to stop by the new UConn Bookstore and/or Dairy Bar after lunch.
*   Validated parking for either of the two parking garages.
*   A luncheon for guests: a parent or school official.

Wishbone Programs Summer 2018 — APPLY NOW!

No plans for Summer, 2018? Wishbone may be the program for you! Their application is currently open for summer 2018. They have an early decision deadline (Oct 15th) for highly selective programs and have streamlined the process, making it easier than ever for students to apply. Click here to learn more: https://www.wishbone.org/

College Before College Fall 2017

Gateway, Southern and Yale course registrations all follow very specific procedures. If you applied last spring and were approved to take a Fall 2017 college course, you should be up to date with your process, as some steps need to be competed before high school re-opens. if you have any questions, please contact us ASAP:

To email your ISSP Coordinator, click on her name:

Dominique Argo: Dr. Cortland V. R. Creed Health and Sports Sciences High School, James Hillhouse High School,  and New Haven Academy (NHA). PRESENTLY RESPONDING TO EMAILS FROM CAREER, COOP & ESUMS with Julie Reinshagen

Julie Reinshagen: Metropolitan Business Academy (MBA), Wilbur Cross High School, and Sound School, PRESENTLY RESPONDING TO EMAILS FROM CAREER, COOP & ESUMS with Dominique Argo

Rosalyn Diaz-Ortiz: High School in the Community (HSC) Academy for Law and Social Justice