July 1, 2018 - July 20, 2018
The Concord Review at Brandeis trains high school students to write high-caliber, in-depth history research papers over two or three weeks. Students attend interactive group classes, have frequent individual consultations with instructors, meet former authors, visit historical sites, prepare presentations for a conference, and, most importantly, learn how to read and write historical nonfiction independently. The program enables students to produce a draft of a college-level history research paper and equips students with advanced writing techniques, academic research skills, and critical thinking abilities that will guide them through academic and professional life far beyond high school.
For all tuition and registration inquiries, please contact, Steven Lee at firstname.lastname@example.org.
During the first two weeks (July 1-13), the students will be immersed into a combination of lectures, research, writing, in-class workshops, and one-on-one meetings with instructors. Those students who seek additional help in completing their paper drafts are encouraged to sign up for the three-week version of the course in order to take advantage of an extra week of intensive research and writing. During the third week (July 13-20), students will be working in smaller groups and will therefore benefit from even more one-on-one time with the instructors, which will give them an opportunity to receive the personalized help necessary to complete their drafts.
For full tuition rates, please visit The Concord Review website.
To register, please select the desired course selection. The link will take you directly to the registration form on The Concord Review, Inc. website.