Having read 46,000 applications, an array has been seen by us of summer experiences that kids have embarked on. We’ve look over everything from summer time programs at prestigious universities, to gaining work experience at their local mall, to climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro (literally). We admire students that pursue their interests.
Right Here is a short set of summer activities you could pursue:
- Volunteer at a hospital, park, library, aquarium or museum
- Become a Camp Counselor at a summer camp
- Train to become a lifeguard at your local pool, pond, or coastline
- Baby-sit your neighbor’s kid
- Take a college-visit road trip
- Serve up fro-yo at your local yogurt that is frozen (acquire some work experience)
- Sign up for a service or mission trip in the US or abroad
- Tutor younger students in your favorite topic
- Take a course at your neighborhood college or university
Whatever you wind up doing this summer, be sure to opt for a summer activity based on what you love doing and perhaps not based on exactly how you think it shall look on your university applications.
In about a week we are contacting transfer candidates regarding their application to USC. at this time a number of students have heard of t