Summer Classes, Programs, Camps, Job Training and more!
Updated: Apr 29, 2021
Make the most of your Summer this year with these incredible opportunities. Check
them out now, program applications are approaching soon and seats may fill up!
SUMMER OPPORTUNITIES FEATURED BELOW: (Scroll further for more details, applications and attachments.)
Breeze Airways/UVU - Get on-the-job training and paid college tuition
BYU First Gen/Multicultural 5 Day Summer Program: Academic workshops on applying to college, navigating college, ACT, choosing majors and more
University of Utah Summer Mathematics program: Free program, earn college credits, must be prepared to enter Calculus. Calculus not required.
UVU Summer Bridge Program: Free online Business/Engineering and Science program, earn college credits. Admitted students participate in college-level courses, as well as in success and career exploration workshops.
SLCC Summer Bridge Program: For all graduating seniors from Granite School District and SLC School District. Earn college credit, get a stipend for attending, get a FREE brand-new laptop that you get to keep once the summer program is over!
GTI Summer Agriculture Program: For students that took Ag or are taking an Ag class next year. Earn summer credits with Field Trips, Animal Wash Days, Greenhouse activities, Service, Workshops and/or Pet Shows.
Multilingual Language Learners Jump Start Classes: Jump Start is a summer school program at Cottonwood High that helps Multilanguage learners, English as a Second Language learners further their education, language and obtain credit recovery.
Granite School District Summer School Online: GSD Online classes are free this summer. Registration is due May 6th. Classes begin June 9th and end August 6th.
Breeze Airways and UVU Virtual Information Session: May 5th 3-4:15.
Come learn about this new partnership and an opportunity for on-the-job training and paid college tuition.
CLICK HERE on MAY 5th at 3:00 to participate.
BYU 5-Day Summer Program for First-Generation and Multicultural Students: SOAR Program
SOAR aims to connect first-generation, multicultural, and students with limited access to educational opportunities with BYU. Students apply in their junior year of high school, and if accepted, attend a 5-day summer program that provides them with academic workshops (ACT, college prep, choosing majors, applying to and navigating college), as well as connecting them with our office and the various services we provide to students throughout their BYU experience and beyond (cultural, personal, and financial advisement).
Normally SOAR is a 5-day in-person event where we bring students to campus. Because of COVID-19 we are still offering SOAR in an all-virtual format.
More information can be found here: https://multicultural.byu.edu/soar
Apply here: soarapp.byu.edu
University of Utah Summer Mathematics Program for High School Students: Application Deadline April 30
June 14-July 2: Monday-Friday. 10am-4pm.
The Summer Mathematics Program for High School Students at the University of Utah provides outstanding students an opportunity to develop their talents to the fullest. By presenting intriguing puzzles, challenging problems and powerful ideas, the program stimulates curiosity, develops the intellect, and lays a strong foundation for future work in mathematics, the sciences, or science related careers.
UVU Summer Bridge Program
Utah Valley University is excited to share the opportunity for your high school students to participate in our free online Summer Bridge 2021 college credit programs!
Utah Valley University’s tuition-free online Summer Bridge programs aim to increase the number of underrepresented Utah high school students who graduate in the fields of business, engineering, and science. Admitted students participate in college-level courses, as well as in success and career exploration workshops.
These programs are for Utah high school students currently in grades 10th-12th. (Graduating seniors and students entering 10th graders will be considered based on program availability).
Students may select one of the following Summer Bridge Program options:
BUSINESS LEADERS OF TOMORROW ENTR 2500 | Creativity and Entrepreneurial Thinking (3 Credits) | M-R 9:00 am - 11:30 am| PES 1097 | Fitness for Life (2 Credits) | M-R 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm|
ENGINEERS OF TOMORROW ENGR 1000 | Engineering (3 Credits) | M-R 9:00 am - 11:30 am| AET 1150 | Applied Electrical Theory (4 Credits) | M-R 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm| AET 1155 | Applied Electrical Lab (4 Credits)
LATINO SCIENTISTS OF TOMORROW BTEC 1010 | Fundamentals of Biotechnology (3 Credits) | M-R 9:00 am - 11:30 am| GEO 1010 | Introduction to Geology (3 Credits) | M-R 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm|
WHO SHOULD APPLY? Students with a minimum of 3.0 GPA. Utah high school students currently in grades 10th – 12th. Graduating seniors and students entering 10th grade will be considered based on availability. Students considering attending Utah Valley University and majoring in business, engineering, or science.
DATES & LOCATION: June 28, 2021 - August 13, 2021 Monday - Thursday 9:00 AM – 2:00 PM (Online)
COST: These Summer bridge college courses are tuition-free. Admitted students who have not taken UVU concurrent enrollment classes will need to pay a $35 nonrefundable UVU admission application fee.
Application deadline: May 24, 2021 Application link: www.uvu.edu/bridge
SLCC Summer Bridge Program
The SLCC Summer Bridge program prepares graduating Seniors for success in college. June 14 - August 7.
Learn about the resources available to you at SLCC • Get to know SLCC campuses and faculty • Explore majors and career paths • Save time and money – possibility of testing out of a required math course, depending on placement exam • Earn college credit (for free!) – possibility of earning 2-5 credits toward a SLCC degree or certificate • Keep your summer job – stipends are offered so you don’t have to choose between work and school • New tech – work on a free, brand-new laptop that you get to keep once the summer program is over
GTI Summer Agriculture Program
Granite School District student need to either be in an ag class this year or scheduled for an ag class any time next year. Earn summer credits with Field Trips, Animal Wash Days, Greenhouse activities, Service, Workshops and/or Pet Shows. Field Trips may include: Antelope Island, Days of 47 Rodeo, Dog Trainer, Hawk Watch, Thanksgiving Point Gardens and more. Workshops may include: Sow your Seeds, Goat Guru, Bring your Buyer, Understand Ultrasounds and more.
See your Counselor for an application or download one below.
Jump Start Summer School at Cottonwood High
Jump Start is a summer school program at Cottonwood High that helps Multilanguage learners, English as a Second Language learners further their education, language and obtain credit recovery.
See your counselor to enroll and/or fill out this interest form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSf_SxM6lwbkW0zFjJVf1UAdTvl4Yi5pNvJlHHBzzMmHi-pPlg/viewform
Granite School District Summer School Online:
GSD Online classes are free this summer. Registration is due May 6th. Classes begin June 9th and end August 6th.