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High School Summer Enrichment Programs

High School Summer Enrichment Programs

School of Business Summer Enrichment Programs

The goal of the School of Business Summer Enrichment Programs is to attract high-achieving rising high school juniors and seniors by exposing them to Accounting, Information Systems, and Actuary Science. The three programs are used as outreach, recruiting, and professional development vehicles for Howard University and the School of Business.

 

Programs

George S. Willie Accounting Career Awareness Program (ACAP)
July 15-20, Residential

The Accounting Career Awareness Program was established in 1980 by the National Association of Black Accountants (NABA) to increase the understanding of accounting and business career opportunities among high school students from underrepresented ethnic groups.

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Computer Information Systems career Awareness Program (CISCAP)
July 15-20, Residential

CISCAP is an intensive one-week residential program for rising high school juniors and seniors who have an interest in computers, business, or STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) discipline. This enriching week provides exposure to the possible range of careers in Information Systems, as well as an opportunity to attend college preparatory classes. The goal of CISCAP is to encourage and assist high school students from under-represented minority ethnic groups to attend college and consider selecting Computer Information Systems as a possible major.

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Summer Actuarial Program (SAP)
July 15-20, Residential

The Summer Actuarial Program is an educational enrichment experience in mathematics, statistics, computers, business, and actuarial careers for exceptional mathematics high school juniors. The program is funded by the Joint CAS/SOA Committee on Minority Recruiting, insurance companies, actuarial consulting firms, and Howard’s Center for Insurance Education. It is devoted to helping strong mathematics students improve their skills and providing information about business and actuarial careers.

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Eligibility

  • High School students entering their Junior and Senior Year
  • Program seeks students with PSAT or SAT scores of at least 1100 or 22 on the ACT. Note the SAP program requires 600 or higher on the mathematics portion of the PSAT or SAT
  • Excellent High School Grades
  • Strong recommendations from teachers or guidance counselors