College & Careers, RIT's distinctive career exploration event, offers the opportunity for students to spend time interacting with college faculty, sampling possible areas of interest, doing career exploration, learning something new about themselves, and giving their future a test drive.
Similar to a conference, students may choose up to four interactive workshops that showcase future-focused careers. Here's just a sampling of the 50+ topics to choose from:
- 3D Design
- Biomedical Engineering
- Business Analytics and Management Information Systems
- Game Design: Understanding Level Design in Video Games
- Physics: Gravitational Waves with a Galaxy-sized Detector
- International and Global Studies: Looking for Myself in the Midst of Globalization
- Mechanical Engineering Technology: Vehicle Design
- Ultrasound: Solving Medical Mysteries
College & Careers
July 20-21, 2022
50+ Virtual Interactive Workshops
There is no cost to participants.
TeenLife’s annual guides are here to provide you with the latest information on some of the most exciting teen enrichment opportunities. Check out our digital guides below to learn more about: summer programs, gap year programs, STEM programs, online programs, performing and visual arts programs, and more! Once you open each guide, you can download a PDF by clicking the down arrow on the upper left hand side of the screen.
Summer programs for high school students allow teens to find opportunities to gain experience and build a resume. Teen summer educational programs are great for improving a teen’s knowledge base in a specialized area while providing the teen with a way to experience a subject that he or she may love. These educational summer programs for teens are perfect for exploring interests and choosing a future subject matter to specialize in.
College campus summer programs for teens allow high schoolers to experience living on a college campus, which can prepare them for college. Precollege summer programs for high school students are a great experience that can help the teen choose a college. Because teen precollege summer programs are typically on campus and away from home, teens gain new skills while meeting others who may be attending the same college later.