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Duke TIP Field Studies program for high schoolers taking applications

duke-tipDuke TIP has opened registration for its 2017 Field Studies summer program for high-school students. In this two-week residential program, students take college-level academic courses and get hands-on experience in a field that interests them, helping them evaluate whether a major or career they’re leaning toward is a good fit.

The program is held on the campuses of Duke University and New College of Florida, as well as at destination sites including the Las Cruces Biological Station in Costa Rica, Ghost Ranch in New Mexico, and the PARI observatory in North Carolina.

To attend, you must submit an application by Feb. 27, 2017. You do not have to be registered with the Duke TIP Talent Search to apply.

Financial aid is available, and the Duke TIP web site boasts that in 2016, TIP was able to provide aid for every summer programs student who requested it.

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