Summer Enrichment Program for Freshman & Sophomores
The Department of African American & African Studies at the Ohio State University is accepting applications for the 2013 Summer Enrichment Program for incoming freshman & sophomore high school students. The program runs from June 10-14, 2013 from 9AM-4Pm each day. There is a cost of $125 dollars per student with a nonrefundable deposit of $50. Some partial scholarships are available!
Students will have an opportunity to visit local community sites, construct representations of the community, and write narratives using a variety of creative forms.The website explains:
The program is designed to help students develop the critical thinking skills necessary for success in high school, college, and beyond.Т Т The theme, I Am Everyday People:Т Uncovering Invisible Activists for Change and Action, is designed to provide students with a space to develop an awareness of the social, economic, cultural, historical and political implications of urban renewal in a historically African American community.
For more information, check out the brochure here and download an application from the OSU website here
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