Yale Shopping Period Begins: 1/14
SCSU Registration: 1/15 @ 12:30 PM
Gateway Registration: 1/16 @ 1:00 PM
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Join us for an afternoon of laughs!
SATURDAY DECEMBER 8TH 12:00PM – 1:30PM
LOCATION: 68 HIGH STREET, NEW HAVEN
WHO CAN COME: STUDENTS IN GRADES 8 – 12
PIZZA WILL BE SERVED!
Want to try theater…off script? Come join Yale’s Ex!t Players for an afternoon of improv performances and an interactive workshop. No theater experience necessary!
The Exit Players are Yale’s oldest improv comedy group, specializing in a long form style they’ve honed through their work with the famous UCB, Magnet, and iO Theaters. They’ve taught and performed with students from all over the country on their twice-annual tours, including in Chicago, NYC, Los Angeles, and Austin, TX, and they’ve even worked with Facebook in San Francisco! Exit loves teaching emotionally-grounded and playful improv, and they are super excited to offer a special workshop and show for New Haven students!
Register at: onhsa.yale.edu/improv
Full day of STEM learning @ Yale for high school students
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 2, 9AM-2:30PM (REGISTRATION OPENS AT 8:30AM)
17 HILLHOUSE AVENUE
OPEN TO ANY HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT!
REGISTRATION REQUIRED AT: ONHSA.YALE.EDU/RESONANCE2018
Resonance is an annual full-day science event for high school students hosted by Synapse, a Yale College organization. Join us for a day of hands-on science demonstrations, presentations by Yale College and Graduate students, and opportunities to engage in small-group discussions on overcoming adversities in the field of science. Workshop topics include: Forensic Chemistry; Developing an Understanding of Pinhole Cameras & Film Photography; Sharks – Nature’s Most Misunderstood; and Conquering/Curing Cancer. Breaking away from traditional scientific reaching, Resonance presents science in a way that is applicable to our daily lives and future goals of pursuing diverse careers in science. What is science exactly? Where did it come from? Rather than telling you, let us immerse you in all Yale has to offer for a whole day. By the end, we promise science will resonate with you. Lunch will be served.
Registration required at onhsa.yale.edu/resonance2018
MEChA de Yale, a Latinx student organization dedicated to promoting social and political justice in our communities and for our communities invites you to apply for their mentorship program!
This upcoming spring, they will be implementing their mentorship program for Latinx high school students in the New Haven area called Conexiones, now in its fourth year. Students will be paired with a Latinx Yale student mentor and will receive one-on-one mentoring and tutoring as well as participate in bi-weekly Saturday morning group sessions. These group sessions will be centered on different themes aimed at empowering high school participants, helping them with college access, and developing their social and political consciousness.
They invite all Latinx high school students to apply, whether they be high-achieving or not. They would especially encourage applicants who are interested in making a difference in their communities. Though they accept students from all grade levels, they especially encourage applicants in their sophomore or junior years, as they believe that is where they can make the greatest impact in terms of college planning.
This year, the program will have biweekly group sessions on Saturday mornings from 10:00 am — 11:30 am.
The application is due by Saturday, December 22nd, 2018 by 5 PM
MindWorks would love to invite New Haven students (that means YOU!) to their UPGRADED SAT Boot Camp at Fairfield University on February 16, 2019. Based on demand, they have enhanced our camp to provide both an in-person and online experience to deliver even more value to your students. Please note, the spots are filling up fast with students planning ahead so register ASAP if you are interested!
MindWorks wants to empower the future of your students, one correct answer at a time. Many students who have participated in the program have seen an average increase of 200 points. They are offering $5000 in scholarships for low-income students to attend.
To Register click here: https://www.mindworksprep.com/boot-camps.html
To apply for Scholarships click here http://www.mindworksprep.com/sat-scholarships.html
Do you like drama, drawing, dancing, or even just doodling? Or would you rather read, recite, rehearse or write?
Are you interested in improving your skills in public speaking, presenting, performing, and pondering different points of view?
Do you want the credentials to convey that you can convincingly communicate, carry yourself with confidence, critically consider contrasting cultures, connect with your community and collect college credit?
If you are a New Haven public school sophomore or junior that answered YES to any of these questions, we encourage you to apply to become a Festival Fellow and immerse yourself in the Festival’s programming and behind-the-scenes action in the 6 months leading up to the Festival! (Psst… it’s free!)
The application is due December 5th!
Date: Saturday November 17th
Time: 10:00am – 1:00pm
Location: 149 York Street, New Haven
Who Can Come: Students in Grades 9 – 12
Lunch will be served!
|Attention Creative Writers, Theater Fans, and Playwrights! Are you looking for a place to express yourself in new ways? To be challenged, to laugh, and to work hard with a group of other creative high schoolers? Please join us for a Yale Pathways to Arts & Humanities new playwriting initiative in collaboration with Dramaturgs from the Yale School of Drama.
At New Voices in Theater (NVIT) you will:
Please come with your favorite pen or pencil…and get ready to write! To register follow this link (or click the Register button): onhsa.yale.edu/NVIT.
Questions? Email Sarah Wessler