Seidenberg Summer Scholars Experience 2015
The 10th Annual Seidenberg Summer Scholars Experience
We introduce the brightest rising high school seniors in the country to the world of App Development and technology.
As a participant you will be submerged in a creative, interactive and entertaining multi-day technology development experience. You will work with Pace University brightest students, faulty and staff to learn and advance you development/design skills, all while developing solutions to real problems in a cross disciplinary team.
Work in interdisciplinary and dynamic teams
Work with students from across the nation
Work with Pace faculty, students, staff and partners from around the world
Learn and deploy cutting edge software and system design
Get hands-on programming experience and feel the thrill of getting a computer to do what you tell it to do
Explore and learn about newest technology
Engage in creative problem solving
Be challenged and asked to play an array of various roles
Explore what NYC has to offer
Prominent Tech Companies
Promising and innovative startups
The cost of the program is $1799, it includes:
Housing, in a Pace University dorm located in the heart of the Financial District.
Meals, including excursions to unique restaurants
Experienced and supportive mentors
Educational, creative and thrilling experience
Why Seidenberg Summer Scholars:
Creative problem solving is what we're all about at Pace.
Top Tech Program: the Summer Experience is renowned as a top tech program for gifted and talented students from across the country.
Diversity: we have had students from 42 states and one US territory that have gone onto top Universities, including Pace University.
Endless possibilities: Today, a computer science graduate can occupy an almost limitless number of roles, ranging from Internet security designer to digital artist.
Future Honors and Scholarships: possible acceptance into our Seidenberg Scholars program and Pace University Honors College
In the course of the program you will be a College Student, a Team member and Innovator and a Traveler.
We realize you still have a year of high school left, but we also know you're capable of handling college-level material. In community service collaborative sessions called design sprints, workshops and hackathons, we help you expand your already considerable knowledge of information technologies by showing you how to apply it to real-life situations. And because only 24 students participate, you can speak freely with Pace students, professors, and administrators.
Team member and Innovator
You will be a part of a team with an important mission: to use software development and design thinking elements, as well as your creativity, to develop Apps for the Billion Oyster Project. At the end of the week, your team presents it's app to the audience - great practice for when you attend academic conferences in college.
You're spending the week in the country's most exciting city, and we're going to make sure you see as much of it as you can. Our planned events include exploring neighborhoods like Little Italy, Chinatown, Midtown, and Downtown; visiting the Museum of Natural History; touring the South Street Seaport; and attending a show. You will visit prominent companies – among the companies Summer Scholars ’14 visited were Google and Microsoft– and promising startups such as AppFigures, Fueled and Dom & Tom. And if you have any energy left, you can use your free time to add even more experiences to your visit.