First, I know you are very busy, and I definitely appreciate all you are doing for students and in assisting York College to identify great potential students!
Now, here is an opportunity for rising 10-12 graders to explore the many possible career paths in business and management. I hope some of your students will want to know and join us for a unique, experiential summer program! Also, we will bring together students not only domestically, but also some international participants!
I am attaching a postcard that can be forwarded to students.
York College of Pennsylvania is hosting an 8-night/9-day residential summer program for U.S. and International college-bound high schools students (grades 10-12 in fall 2020): Business Not As Usual!, June 14-22, 2020.
Led by York College faculty and industry leaders, this program provides hands-on, real-world experiences that will inspire exploration in expansive areas of developing, managing, and succeeding in business. Students will participate in fully-integrated workshops in diverse disciplines of management, visit economic industry zones and gain cross-cultural experiences. Additionally as part of the curriculum, participants will visit Washington D.C. and Hershey, PA.
Program workshops for all students:
Entrepreneurship and Innovation – Develop a business from idea to results.
Supply Chain Operations Management – Integrate material flow, financial flow, and information flow efficiently between suppliers, manufacturers, and customers for best products at lowest costs.
Cybersecurity Management – Protect data systems using skills from criminology, criminal justice, and computer science.
Hospitality and Tourism Management – Work in market-driven industries that serve global travelers and shape community economies.
Sport Management – Apply business skills to an ever-growing market in sport industries and media.
Business Analytics – Collect and analyze data so businesses can work smarter and more effectively.
Music Production and Industry – Explore capitalism through creativity, professionalism, and the future.
Arts Administration – Use the arts as economic drivers in the community while enriching the cultural society.
Program Costs: $1,900 per residential participant (PA Residents: $400 scholarships available); $1,000 for day participants (non-residential). From arrival through departure, this amount covers on-campus housing, meals, transportation, insurance, workshops and all additional activities, including trips to Washington D.C. and Hershey Park.
Non-Refundable Deposit of $500 is due by March 20, 2020. Remaining payment is due by April 30, 2020 to confirm participation.
HARRISBURG UNIVERSITY -
Harrisburg University of Science and Technology has announced the introduction of a whole new set of Online Camps for this summer.
STEM Programs Coordinator, Shani Schalles worked diligently with HU Faculty, Staff and Students to ensure that your students have access to a fun and rewarding STEM experience.