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Palm Beach State will be closed on Monday, May 27, 2024, in observance of Memorial Day.

Summer Programs at PBSC

 

Early College Summer Academy

The Early College Summer Academy aims to prepare students for college and future career opportunities, focusing on test preparation and college/career guidance. We encourage first-generation college students experiencing financial challenges when considering college to apply to this program.

 


 

Math Jump

Math Jump is a one-week intensive and interactive summer immersion program in mathematics. The boot camp style program is designed to help students polish their skills and build a support network before tackling their freshman-level English and math courses.


 

Small Business University

Register now and seize the opportunity to attend this learning series at no cost. Courses will include business essentials and content for business growth acceleration. This program is in partnership with the School District of Palm Beach County and Kaufman Lynn Construction.


 

Summer Bridge Program

The NextGen Summer Bridge program is an accelerated completion initiative that provides effective academic, financial, and personal support for a diverse student population who identify as first-generation in college. It's designed to enhance the students’ experience at PBSC and to significantly increase access/opportunity and accelerate graduation.


 

Summer STEAM Camps

Teens and young adults, ages 8-14 years old, can learn new skills in coding, game design, eSports, virtual reality and more. STEAM camps are highly interactive and led by expert instructors. Jump-start your future in creative tech with Palm Beach State College and Black Rocket. 


 

Youth Programming Through Corporate & Continuing Education

Build confidence, make friends, and have fun! PBSC's Corporate & Continuing Education offers year-round youth programs. Summer programs are also available. Courses include a variety of topics including: aerospace, STEM, arts, and more! 

 

 

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