Teen Ink Summer Program and Camp Guide for Teens
Our list of summer programs and camps has something for every teenager. Explore, comment, or write a review on the great opportunities available on college campuses, nationwide, and overseas.
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Featured Summer Programs
SCI-Arc is a world-renowned center of innovation and one of the nation's few independent architecture schools, offering undergraduate, graduate, and postgraduate programs. We are dedicated to educating architects who will imagine and shape the future.
Our 2, 3, 4, or 6 week academic summer programs allow high school teens the opportunity to study, explore career interests, and earn college credit.
Spend your summer at Georgetown University, where you can live on campus, meet classmates from around the world, and earn college credit - all while experiencing the excitement of college life.
Founded in 1848, the University of Mississippi, affectionately known as Ole Miss, is Mississippi's flagship university and is renowned for a blend of academic rigor, experiential learning, and opportunities for community action.
Teens can directly observe and research whales, dolphins, porpoise, puffins, seals in their natural habitat. College credit for writing and art summer camps. Based on beautiful Grand Manan Island between Maine & Nova Scotia.
Based at Boston University, this hands-on, two-week workshop from the New England Center for Investigative Reporting is a unique opportunity for high school students to learn investigative news reporting, experience life on a vibrant college campus, and explore the world-class city of Boston.
Carpe Diem Educational Consulting supports both American and international students in planning for and applying to college by providing private consultation, in-person and online courses, parent seminars, and professional development for educators.
Preview college in the heart of Boston. Summer pre-college programs at Boston University include 5 challenging and exciting options for high school students. Gain an academic advantage in a fun environment!
Explore Smith's diverse programs for high school girls on our beautiful campus. Choose from Summer Science and Engineering, Women's Writing Workshop, Discovering Women's History, Field Studies for Sustainable Futures, or College Admission Workshop. Financial aid is available!
The Oxbow School offers semester and summer art camp programs for teens from schools across the nation and abroad. Oxbow's curriculum offers students rich opportunities for learning in an environment that extends the traditional school model.
LIM College's Summer Fashion Lab is a comprehensive pre-college program that offers high school and college students the opportunity to study fashion at the college level, experience New York City, and test drive a college exclusively devoted to the business of fashion.
UConn Pre-College Summer offers rising high school juniors and seniors the opportunity to study, live on a top-ranked public university, and learn more about college life through four challenging and intensive one-week sessions. Apply now!
Since 1983 the Young Writers Workshop summer program has offered teens the opportunity to explore new directions in their writing in a supportive, collaborative summer camp environment.
Take your craft, and your sense of independence, to a whole new level with The New School's intensive summer study programs, offered in some of the world's most urban and culturally diverse cities including New York, Paris and London
In Georgetown University's Summer High School Medical Programs, you'll have the opportunity to explore the world of modern medicine, live on campus, and experience the excitement of college life.
Wellesley College offers Pre-College Residential Summer Programs to motivated high school girls ready to experience college life, be challenged by Wellesley's renowned faculty, and make meaningful friendships while growing as a more confident, focused individual.
This summer camp offers unique "District" and "Pirate" themes that teen lovers of the Hunger Games and Elizabethan-era lore will find incorporated into fun events, courses, activities and campus housing for one or two weeks!
A three-week summer camp designed for students in grades 6-8 to explore the artistic disciplines of Dance, Music, Theatre, Creative Writing, and Visual Arts, led by artists from the Chicago High School for the Arts. Campers will receive pre-professional training in the arts and create original pieces for performance and showcase.