*Session II programs may be subject to change, pending Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction funding approval.
Programs may be subject to change, pending Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction funding approval.
AT provides academic and professional development courses and activities to help students prepare and explore different careers in education while enhancing their writing skills and abilities. The AT program promotes in-depth group discussions on current issues that include inequalities and unjust issues in the U.S.—as well as internationally—and encourages students to seek solutions.
ESTEEM offers hands-on laboratory experiences in a university setting to engage students and increase their interest in the science, technology, math and engineering fields. Students will have access to the same state-of-the-art facilities and equipment UW Oshkosh students, professors and researchers use.
YES provides academic and professional development courses and activities to help students prepare for business careers in college. The YES program offers a six-week internship opportunity for eligible students who have a strong interest in accounting and live in the Milwaukee area.
YES internship dates are June 28–Aug. 6, 2020.
WYN equips students with academic and professional development courses and activities to help prepare for college nursing careers and other health-related fields of study. Students gain hands-on experience in the state-of-the-art nursing simulation labs used by UW Oshkosh nursing students.
TPP is a one-week summer residential program. The focus of the program is to develop and enhance educational proficiency through learning experiences that are problem-solving based. In addition, the program challenges participants to discover themselves, explore new concepts and open their minds to the world of opportunity.