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Utah State University

USU Summer Programs

Engineering State

www.engineering.usu.edu/engineering_state/
Engineering State is an event held by the College of Engineering for junior and senior high school students.  Prospective high school students interested in attending the Utah State University will experience a hands-on, in-depth view of each department within the College of Engineering and solve common problems using the strategies and tools of today's engineers.

In an effort to create a lasting impression, the College of Engineering provides a fascinating tour of its state-of-the-art facilities and involves the best members of its faculty and staff to ultimately provide a quality experience.

Students will learn about careers in engineering, technology and have the opportunity to make friends and work with nationally acclaimed faculty.  Engineering State has become the best way for interested students and their parents to become familiar with the Utah State campus and its College of Engineering facilities.

The next Engineering State is planned to be held on June 7-10, 2005. 
Program Cost:

Contact: WHITESIDES@cc.usu.edu
Phone: 435-797-2843

Deadline: 03/05/05

UTAH BUSINESS WEEK

extension.usu.edu/youth/index.cfm/cid.383/
Utah Business Week (UBW) is the most unique opportunity you’ll

ever have to learn about the American free-enterprise system

and what it takes to successfully operate a business.  Along the

way, you’ll have experiences and make friends you will never

forget.

Every summer, selected students from throughout Utah gather

to work as teams guiding imaginary “companies” to financial

success.  Using a computerized business simulation, you and your

team will develop competitive marketing plans, learn to balance

inventories and production, manage a business budget - in short,

all the decisions typically needed to operate a business.

You’ll also get to associate with and learn from some of Utah’s

business leaders.  You’ll hear top-quality speakers and participate

in candid, informal discussions and industry tours.  A volunteer

business professional will act as your individual “company

advisor” to guide your group through this whirlwind week.

Although UBW is very demanding and structured, you will also

enjoy the experience of spending a week on a college campus;

becoming friends with students in a variety of social settings;

competing against other companies in exciting team-building

recreational activities; and having TONS OF FUN!

WHEN AND WHERE?

Utah Business Week will begin the afternoon of Sunday, August

1, and conclude the morning of Saturday, August 7, 2004.  It

will be held on Utah State University’s beautiful campus in Logan,

Utah.  UBW provides a real college-life experience as you will

live and dine on campus during the week.  USU dormitory facilities

have been reserved and meals will be served in the student center.

WHO CAN APPLY?

High school sophomores and juniors are eligible to apply for

Utah Business Week.  You

must have a sincere interest

in becoming part of an

intense and serious weeklong

learning experience.  A

specific interest in pursuing

a business career is not

necessary; however, you

should be willing to

participate in a rigorous,

structured and fun program that will help you learn about and

understand the role of business in your life – with some daily

free time for “networking,” of course.  Since you are required

to stay on campus at all times, you may use some of the oncampus

recreational facilities.


Program Cost:

Contact: jasmith@wcfgroup.com
Phone: 801-288-8215

Deadline:

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