Camps

Facts

Who: International middle and high school students (4-8th grade, 9-12th grade)

How Long: 1-4 weeks

For several weeks in the summer, the Leadership Camp @ Harvard and Science Camp @ MIT run for students in grades 4 ~ 8 and grades 9-12. Through this program, students learn about American culture and values in the historic Boston and its surrounding area, the birthplace of American history. Students also acquire global leadership potential and cultural variety through attending classes with and traveling with Harvard and MIT mentors.

Leadership Camp

When: summer (1-4weeks)

Who: 6th-12th grade

Where: Harvard campus area, Boston/Cambridge , MA

Goals 

  • Build self-confidence in the future of globalization
  • Develop leadership concept applicable to students’ future development
  • Learn American culture & society and experience American education system

Features

  • By studying and traveling with Harvard graduate mentors, students will learn leadership.
  • Developing English ability under Harvard’s academic atmosphere.
  • By living with the U.S. friends/classmates and through attending various activities, students will experience the culture of the United States.
  • By engaging with different activities and individuals at Harvard, students will build their interest in and dreams of an Ivy League education.

The Leadership Camp program provides an “American style” education that helps them develop a more global-minded leadership. The duration of our summer camp varies, depending on the group’s demand and constraints.  The main activities of each week are also adjustable.  Our program provides “role modeling” through group mentoring from Harvard seniors and interactive field trips.

Science Camp

When: summer (3~ 4 weeks)

Who: 6th-12th grade

Where: MIT campus area, Boston/Cambridge, MA

Goals

  • Build self-confidence in the future of globalization
  • Develop leadership concept applicable to students’ future development
  • Learn American culture & society and experience American education system

Features

  • Encounter basic and applied science, such as astronomy, ecology, and architectural engineering with MIT special lectures, which are designed for American public school science class..
  • Gain a wide range of scientific knowledge with our published science study books.
  • Develop future academic goals through daily mentoring sessions with MIT students.
  • Spend time with American friends through various scientific experiments and field trips.
  • Participate in the “Design Your Tomorrow” project, which promotes global leadership skills and ideas

Our program provides “role modeling” through group mentoring from Harvard seniors and interactive field trips.

Junior MBA Camp

Provides future international leaders with economic minds, rational decision-making skills, business dreams (or visions), and leadership skills to become a CEO. This program is especially designed for students from MK Business News by TAHS’ Junior Education Team, a partner institute with the University of Massachusetts Boston. During this summer camp program, students take advantage of what the Boston area offers, including experiences at Harvard University, the hub of international business leaders and a prestigious historical, cultural and intellectual infrastructure.

When: summer (1~ 3 weeks)

Who: 9th-12th grade

Where: Harvard campus area, Boston/Cambridge, MA

Goals

  • Economic Mind
  • Rational Decision Making Mentalitydevelopment
  • Future Business Dream and Passion
  • Harvard Business Leadership
  • Self-Discipline, Character Development

Features

  • The Harvard Business School Learning Method is modified for Asian future CEOs:
    • To be equipped with practical business concepts through various case studies and obtain global business minds
    • To be trained with high problem-solving skills through competition and teamwork
  • The Harvard Study Method is modified to include achievement motivation and a long-term study plan through:
    • Active Learning: Students are encouraged to make their own future proactively and realize each individual’s potential, vision and passion.
    • Pluralism and Team-Working: Students learn how to work with others, become aware of the importance and real issues of diversity, and develop leadership skills to become global leaders.
    • Mentoring by Harvard Students: Students are provided with high achievement motivation through the mentoring program with current Harvard undergraduate students.
  • American Study & English Practice for global career plan gives students opportunities to:
    • Set up goals/educational objectives and receive career counseling

Summer Camp is not an organization affiliated with Harvard University.

Excellent!

Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth

Our three Stepup students Wonyoung Jang, Junhyuk Park and Hyukje Kwon participated in the CTY (Center for Talented Youth, Johns Hopkins University) Talent Search.

And all of them exceeded the required Award Ceremony scores and will be honored in Spring 2014 for their outstanding achievements. Special Kudos to Instructor, William Jameson.

PSAT-NMSQT

Also Congratulations to Brian Min (11th grade). Perfect score on October 2013 PSAT/NMSQT  and 2330 on November 2013 SAT!
Special Kudos to Instructor,  Sean Smeland.