Summer Programs for Students

Updated April 26, 2019

Tennessee Highway Patrol Announces Youth and Junior Trooper Academy

Teens Get an Opportunity to be a THP Cadet

Monday, March 18, 2019 | 12:15pm

NASHVILLE – The Tennessee Highway Patrol (THP) is excited to offer youths who have an interest in pursuing a career in law enforcement the opportunity to attend THP’s Youth and Junior Academy this summer!

The Junior Academy, designed for middle school students grades 5-8 will take place June 24-28. The Youth Academy, designed for high school students grades 9-12 will take place July 7-12. Cadets will be provided educational and recreational experiences that involve respect, discipline, integrity, team building, physical fitness and much more.

In addition, cadets will be involved in a community service project supporting the Second Harvest Food Bank and the Nashville Rescue Mission. This will encompass a canned food drive where collected donations will directly support food banks in the cadets’ communities. Food donations can be dropped off at any one of our eight district headquarter locations.

Both academies are being held at the THP Training Center located at 283 Stewarts Ferry Pike in Nashville, Tennessee. The Youth Academy only will be in-residence, overnight stay at the Training Center.

The THP will provide transportation for the Junior Academy cadets in Cookeville, Murfreesboro, Lawrenceburg and Dickson. Academy instructors will contact cadets in those areas to arrange transportation.

Applications are being accepted now. To apply, please visit www.tn.gov/safety or visit your local THP District Headquarters. The deadline to apply is May 15 at 4:30 p.m. Acceptance letters will be mailed by May 20.

The Tennessee Department of Safety and Homeland Security’s mission is to serve, secure and protect the people of Tennessee.

 

Updated April 25, 2019

Tennessee Outdoors Youth Summit (TOYS)

Teaching the next generation about the exciting world of outdoor recreation and fundamentals. Visit this link for more information. 

https://www.twrf.net/toys/

Updated February 19, 2019

Students interested in experiencing pharmacy can attend East Tennessee State University Bill Gatton College of Pharmacy’s second annual summer day camp, “Gatton Pharmacy Footprints,” on June 3-7, 2019. Application deadline is May 3, 2019.

Rising high school juniors, seniors and college freshmen who are interested in pursuing a career in pharmacy are encouraged to apply. Other levels may be considered on an individual basis.

ETSU Phramacy Camp 2019

 

Updated January 17, 2019

Please visit this link to learn more about an opportunity for participation in a Summer 2019 STEM program in Oak Ridge.

https://www.arc.gov/program_areas/ARCOakRidgeSummerPrograms.asp

If you need more information, please visit the school counseling center at CHS.  We have access to former students who have participated in the past, and they can share their opinions of their experience in this program with you.

 

 

Updated: Oct. 5, 2018

To learn

 

more about this program, we have provided a link for you at the end of the article.

Engineering VOLunteers for Tenth Graders (E-VOL10)

The college is hosting the 6th annual E-VOL10 for rising tenth grade students who demonstrate interests in engineering. E-VOL10 provides an introduction to chemistry and awareness of engineering careers. The program will be hosted July 14-19, 2019.

Thirty-two students are selected to participate. Students live within a residence hall on the UT campus and engage in chemistry, ACT preparation, compete in engineering challenges, and tour an engineering industrial plant. Throughout the program, students team with each other to apply what was learned and work on an engineering design project.

E-VOL10 provides a one-week experience, at no major cost, and includes the following:

  • Orientation session
  • Ice breakers and team building exercises
  • Residential hall accommodations for five nights
  • ACT preparation
  • Meals (breakfast, lunch, and dinner)
  • Supplies
  • Campus life and recreation
  • Engineering challenges and group design project
  • Counselor-to-peer mentoring
  • Engineering field trip
  • Closing awards reception


For additional information, please contact us by email at pre_eng@utk.edu or by phone at 865-974-0625.

http://www.engr.utk.edu/diversity/pre-college/evol10/

 

And, we’ve also provided a link for more information regarding this summer opportunity for the Class of 2020:

High School Introduction to Engineering Systems for Twelfth Graders (HITES12)

The college initiated the first HITES12 program in 2001. The program identifies and selects rising twelfth-grade students who demonstrate interests within math and science.

HITES12 provides an opportunity to explore engineering and campus life at UT. HITES12 will be hosted July 7-12, 2019.

Thirty-two students are selected to participate within each session. Students live within a residence hall on campus, engage in hands-on engineering fundamentals activities, college life sessions, compete in engineering challenges, and tour an engineering industrial plant. Throughout the program, students team with each other to apply what was learned and work on an engineering design project.

All applicants must have a minimum ACT math score of 25 (SAT math score of 590). The HITES12 program provides a one-week experience, at no major cost, and includes following:

  • Orientation session
  • Ice breakers and team building exercises
  • Residential hall accommodations for five nights
  • College life and preparation sessions with university staff
  • Engineering department visits hosted by university faculty, undergraduate, and graduate students
  • UT campus tour
  • Meals (breakfast, lunch, and dinner)
  • Supplies
  • Campus life and recreation
  • Hands-on laboratory demonstrations
  • Engineering challenges and group design project
  • Counselor-to-peer mentoring
  • Engineering field trip
  • Closing awards reception

For additional information, please contact us by email at pre_eng@utk.edu or by phone at 865-974-0625.

http://www.engr.utk.edu/diversity/pre-college/hites12/

 

 

 

Updated:  May 16, 2018

Tennessee Outdoors Youth Summit

Teaching the next generation about the exciting world of outdoor recreation and fundamentals.

If you had to make a list of skills essential to outdoor lovers, what would be on it? Most likely you’d put down camping and hunting, which of course includes things like marksmanship, turkey calling, antler scoring, archery, wilderness surviva, fishing, boat driving, plant identification, and photography. Now that’s quite a list! But those are only a few of the activities taught at the Tennessee Outdoors Youth Summit.

The ninth annual event will be July 15 – 20, 2018, for high school students from across Tennessee. This week-long summer camp, hosted by the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency in cooperation with the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Foundation, is a way to teach the next generation about the exciting world of outdoor recreation.

http://www.twrf.net/toys/

 

Updated:  April 20, 2018

 ASM Materials Camp for high school students June 18-22 The ASM Materials Education Foundation Camp is holding its Materials Camp June 18-22. The camp is a week-long opportunity for high school students with strong math and science abilities to learn about materials science, failure analysis and materials characterization through hands-on study. The camp, which is free with limited availability, is Monday-Friday, June 18-22, at Pellissippi State Technical Community College. ORNL, Y-12, the University of Tennessee and PSTCC are sponsors. Contact Ashley Colege for an application, 865-974-5336, acole14@utk.edu.

Updated Feb. 14, 2018

Contact one of your school counselors if you are interested in applying. 

The Tickle College of Engineering (TCE) at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville, TN will host TWO summer engineering pro­grams for rising tenth and twelfth grade students during the summer of 2018. Each program is a one-week residen­tial program for rising high school students. All students are encouraged to apply. For program information, dates, and deadlines; see the enclosed TCE Summer Program Flyer 2018.

  • Engineering VOLunteers for Tenth Graders (eVOL10) = Rising tenth grade students live in a residence hall on the UT campus and engage in chemistry, ACT preparation, compete in engineering challenges, and tour an engineering industrial plant. Throughout the program, students team with each other to apply what was learned and work on an engineering design project.All eVOL10 applicants must have taken a standardized test, such as the ACT Aspire, ACT Residual, ACT, PSAT, or SAT.
  • High School Introduction to Engineering Systems for Twelfth Graders (HITES12) = Rising twelfth grade students live within a residence hall on campus, engage in hands-on engineering fundamentals activities, college life sessions, compete in engineering challenges, and tour an engineering industrial plant. Throughout the program, students team with each other to apply what was learned and work on an engineering design project. All applicants must have a minimum ACT math score of 25 (SAT math score of 590).

We are currently in the process of re-envisioning our programs, and we will not offer our Engineering VOLunteer for Rising Ninth Graders (eVOL9) and High School Introduction to Engineering Systems for Eleventh Graders (HITES11) programs in the summer of 2018.

 

Our mission is to provide students who show an interest in engineering studies an early exposure to, and preparation for, scientific study and research. Hands-on activities will spark an interest in the world of engineering and allow students to explore career opportunities. Throughout the program, participants will be challenged to apply what they have learned in engineering competitions. All applications must be received by their deadlines. For more information, please visit our website athttp://www.engr.utk.edu/diversity/pre-college/.

We encourage your participation and support in identifying students that are interested to apply.  Please forward the opportunity to guidance counselors, math/science faculty, students, parents, and administrators.  If you should have any questions, please contact me.

Sincerely,

Jalonda N. Thompson, Assistant Director