College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences

Summer Programs for High School Students

College bound? A pre-college summer program in the College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences (CAES) at N.C. A&T can help you find direction. Participation in a summer program can help you plan your future, prepare for college life, and give you memories and friends to last a lifetime. The CAES offers two summer programs for high school students.

Research Apprenticeship Program RAP has a new format for 2020 for rising high school juniors and seniors. Interns participate in a two-week day research internship program, June 15-26. The day program will operate 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday-Friday. Participants will be paid an hourly student wage and will receive an $800 participation scholarship when they enroll at N.C. A&T in one of the many CAES programs. Room and board is available for $644.22 for RAP participants who wish to stay on campus during the two-week program. Students accepted into the program will be provided with room and board details at the time of their acceptance. To learn more, visit the RAP Facebook page.

Institute for Future Agricultural Leaders - IFAL, co-sponsored by the North Carolina Farm Bureau, is a week-long program in June to build leadership potential in rising seniors who are interested in agriscience professions. Room and board are free.