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Pre College Summer Programs
Marymount Manhattan’s Pre-College Summer Intensives are one-to-two week long intensive programs designed for the high school student who is looking to increase their knowledge in an area they may want to major in at the college level. Marymount Manhattan College’s Pre-College Summer Intensive Programs are available to any high school student who will be 16 years of age, on or before July 1, 2018.
United Nations Pre-College Summer Intensive
This pre-college program offers qualified rising juniors and seniors the opportunity to engage the United Nations, learning directly from officials of UN Programs, Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) accredited to the United Nations, and Permanent Missions of Member States. Classes and workshops are held at UN organizations, and at the MMC campus 30 blocks from the UN. Through this week-long intensive, students gain valuable experience to further their knowledge of issues relating to international affairs, development, the environment, women’s empowerment, and peace and security issues. The program is led by the Chair of MMC’s International Studies Department, along with a retired senior official of the UN Secretariat.
Autobiographical Comics with Gabrielle Bell
From Art Spiegelman’s Pulitzer-prize winning Maus to Alison Bechdel’s critically acclaimed Fun Home (which is now also an award-winning musical), autobiographical graphic novels and comics have gained attention over the past few decades. In this one-week pre-college summer intensive program at Marymount Manhattan College, students will be introduced to a variety of contemporary works of graphic literature, with an emphasis on literary realist and autobiographical texts.
|Name||Marymount Manhattan College Pre College Summer Intensives|
|Location||New York, NY|
|Program Focuses & Features||Acting, Dance, Drawing, English, Expository Writing, Global Studies, Government, International Relations, Political Science, Theater, Writing/Journalism|
|Grade Range (rising grades)||10|
|Director||Richard Sheldon, AVP/Academic Administration|
|Dates & Sessions||July; 1 session, 1 week long|
|Student Contact||Richard Sheldon, AVP/Academic Administration|