Back to normality! Schools are back in session. I have been invited to address a Sixth Form, it has been two years. It feels surreal. I am here at Ardenne High School. Versan has had many wonderful students from this institution. We are proud of them. They are so wholistically developed. Bravo, Ardenne!
One wonders if we have the right to send kids abroad with the state of the world. But, we prevail, the opportunities still exist....and the students still seek...
Went off with a bang. I think some fared well, others got nervous and postponed till May. Post pandemic blues, we go with the flow.
Bryant University offers a unique summer academy for students to experience college life and explore academic and professional options majoring in our nationally ranked International Business Program. This in-person summer program includes scholarships for qualified students.
We hope that you will share this unique opportunity with your students. Bryant University Global Leadership Summer Academy
June 27 – July 1, 2022
The Bryant University Global Leadership Summer Academy provides you with five exciting days on Bryant’s beautiful campus. You will participate in interactive sessions with Bryant International Business faculty, get to know Bryant students and alumni, and interact with business leaders. Bryant faculty, students, and alumni represent many countries. This immersion summer program will provide you with a transformational experience that you will be able to apply to your academic, professional, and personal future.
Applications are due by April 22, 2022. Apply here.
Space is limited and applications must be received by the due date to receive full consideration. Students must at least be rising juniors or seniors to participate in the academy.
Program Fee: $1,100 – Limited scholarships are available. Fee includes lodging and most meals.
About Bryant’s International Business Program
Bryant University’s International Business Program is world-renowned.
Our program, ranked No. 20 nationally by U.S. News & World Report and in the top 4% nationally by College Factual, immerses students in real projects with real companies fostering exceptional international experience.
Our curriculum is globally focused from the first semester. Students study abroad through our unique customized programs abroad includes an international internship Bryant is one of the few programs in the country that offers functional concentrations in international business. Students can specialize in Accounting, Entrepreneurship, Finance, Global Supply Chain Management, Human Resource Management, Information Systems, Leadership and Innovation, Marketing, Digital Marketing or Team and Project Management. Through our unique senior practicum, students consult for a company facing a real-world international business challenge.
Interested? Questions? Please contact Professor Jacqueline Saslawski, International Business Program Director, Bryant University at email@example.com.
Dear Sandra, The Office of Admission would like to invite your students to attend our Spring 2022 Open House! Our Open House virtual session will allow prospective students to connect with us to learn more about the unique opportunities offered here at Howard University. The event will take place on Saturday, March 26 from 1PM to 2:30PM EST.
Open house is geared towards all prospective undergraduate students (current high school sophomores & juniors, as well as current college students), who will be able to connect directly with our Admission team, as well as our notable faculty, students, and alumni. Register today to learn what it takes to become a part of the rich legacy and tradition of Howard University.
Howard University is the right match for students seeking an excellent education in a diverse, dynamic, and nurturing environment. Ranked #83 on the US News & World Report's Best National Universities list, the university has produced one Schwarzman Scholar, three Marshall Scholars, four Rhodes Scholars, 12 Truman Scholars, 25 Pickering Fellows and more than 165 Fulbright recipients. Howard also produces more on-campus African American Ph.D. recipients than any other university in the United States.
Sincerely, Office of Admission Howard University
Dear Sandra, Greetings from Swarthmore College! We hope this message finds you and your loved ones safe and well during this unusual and challenging school year. Please consider nominating students for our Discover Swarthmore (DS) fly-in program, an all-expenses-paid visit to one of the best liberal arts and engineering colleges in the country. Prospective students get a taste of the college experience by meeting current students and professors, eating in our dining hall, and spending a few nights in our residence halls with student hosts. They also gain valuable information about college admissions and financial aid from our staff of experts. While the Fall 2022 program dates have not yet been finalized, we typically offer two DS programs to give students maximum flexibility, in mid-September and late October. We offered a week-long virtual program in late September 2020 and 2021. While students were unable to visit our campus in person last fall, they participated in virtual community-building opportunities, attended special faculty lectures and webinars, and learned more about the application process from our teams in Swarthmore’s Admissions Office and Financial Aid Office. Nomination and Selection Criteria All rising high school seniors are eligible for Discover Swarthmore. During our review, the selection committee prioritizes applications from students who are:
Underrepresented students (Black, Asian American, Pacific Islander, Hispanic/Latinx, Middle Eastern and North African, Native Hawaiian, and Native and Indigenous American)
First generation in their family to attend college
Low-income students (Pell-eligible, free/reduced lunch, etc.), and students who might not otherwise be able to afford a trip to campus
Rural and small town students
Undocumented and DACA-eligible students
Please nominate students who might be a good match for this opportunity by submitting our online nomination form. You may nominate as many students as you wish, using one nomination form per student. We accept nominations from high school counselors, mentors, community-based organization advisors, teachers, and any person who works with a high-achieving student, so please share this information with your colleagues. Our deadline for you to nominate students is Wednesday, June 15, 2022. Next Steps We contact all nominated students in April to let them know that they have been nominated for Discover Swarthmore and must complete the application in order to be considered. If a student chooses to apply and is accepted to the program that is hosted on-campus, Swarthmore pays for round-trip airfare/train fare, housing, meals, and travel incidentals to attend.
We appreciate all that you do to support students and hope you’ll nominate some of your top students for Discover Swarthmore. Thank you in advance for your help to expand college access. If you have any questions or would like more details, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Sincerely, Swarthmore Admissions Office P.S. In case you’re not familiar with Swarthmore, we are a top liberal arts and engineering college located just outside of Philadelphia — it’s about a 25-minute train ride from campus to downtown Philly. We have about 1,640 students, and nearly 75% of our classes have fewer than 20 students, allowing faculty to provide personalized support and instruction. Swarthmore offers need-based financial aid that meets 100% of determined need with loan-free financial aid decisions. Visit our website to learn more about Swarthmore's commitments to affordability and access.