The International Gifted Consortium (IGC), Research Center for the Highly-Profoundly Gifted shares real-life stories, trials and tribulations from the voices of highly and profoundly gifted children, adolescents, young adults, families and beyond - they explore the depths of heightened sensitivity,
"Neila has been attending theatre workshops since she was 3 years old. She recently received AAGT's student enrichment scholarship to participate at Desert Foothills Theatre's, Shrek Jr. summer camp. She absolutely loved it! Every class is equally as valuable as the
University of Southern California is excited to announce a new webinar series developed for incoming 6-9th grade students: The Discovery Project. The Discovery Project at USC provides opportunities to explore topical areas from the disciplines: Medicine, Engineering, Philanthropy, Education, Sociology, Art, Biology, and more!
The University of Connecticut's Project 2eASD/GT online program aims to support high school students as they begin to transition into post-high school years and prepare for college. This 2e/ASD program, offered in conjunction with UConn's Pre-College Summer program for high school
Join faculty and graduate students from ASU’s School of Arts, Media and Engineering virtually in this year’s summer program featuring project-focused classes. Make 3D jewelry, code your own game, build creative robots, and more. Spark your creativity integrating arts, science
STEM Signing Day celebrates high school seniors from across the country who choose to pursue STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) education at technical programs, two- and four-year colleges and universities. Just like signing days for athletes, STEM Signing Day
June 17th - 19th, 2021 (Online) The Harvard Undergraduate Foreign Policy Initiative will be hosting for the very first time the top international relations summer program for high school students around the world. The three-day program will comprise of discussions with Harvard professors,
Seeking Gifted Students Grades 3-6 Researchers at Johns Hopkins University and the University of Cincinnati are seeking gifted students in grades 3-6 to take part in a survey. The survey seeks to understand the gifted education services that were provided for