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Summer Programs

Whether you want to help your student maintain momentum from the school year or get them ready to return in the fall, we’ve got you covered. We have summer programs for current 6-12th graders, students entering college in the fall, and current college students.

Summer mentoring adds structure, routines, and accountability to your student’s life, and workshops equip them with all the skills they need to succeed next year!

Mentoring

Prevent learning regression—otherwise known as the summer slide! Add structure, routines, and accountability to your student’s life this summer.

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Workshops

Prepare your student for success in the fall by developing and honing the skills needed to start the year off strong.

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Summer Mentoring

Offered the first eight weeks of summer (week of June 6th – week of July 22nd), mentoring provides structure, routines, and accountability to your student.

6-12

Our 6th-12th grade summer mentoring program is designed to provide structure to your student over the summer, but without the regular academic pressure of the school year. Summer mentoring is tailored to each student’s needs – whether it’s successfully getting through summer school, working towards a personal project, getting familiar with the program, or just meeting basic needs, we can help!

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College

Our college mentoring program works with students to establish routines, balance summer classes with work schedules, refine resumes and interview skills, or work towards your student’s personal goals. Keeping up with mentoring sessions over the summer prevents regression and strengthens the accountability between student and mentor.

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Summer Workshops

Offered during the last two weeks of summer (week of July 29th – week of August 5th), these workshops will leave your student feeling confident and prepare with the skills they need to start the new semester!

*New* 6th-12th Grade School Prep Workshop

In one fully comprehensive workshop, we cover all the essential skills your student needs to kick off the school year. Throughout this week-long program, your student will learn basic executive function skills as well as the organization and study skills that will take them from a “good” student to “great” student.

This workshop integrates the content of both the Executive Function Workshop and the Study Skills Workshop.

Location: In-person (at our Broomfield Center)

Time: 2 hours/day Monday – Thursday

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6th-12th Grade Study Skills Workshop

Navigating tests, projects, and larger assignments is difficult for many of our students. Our Study Skills Workshop aims to help students build the skills necessary to be successful in school and reduce stress surrounding intimidating assignments. We’ll hone in on how to study, break down projects, take notes in class, and more!

Location: In-person (at our Broomfield Center)

Time: 1 hour/day Monday – Thursday

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6th-12th Grade Executive Function Workshop

This workshop aims to help your student understand the basics of executive functioning and strategies designed to support their unique academic and personal needs. We’ll talk about building routines, utilizing a planner, staying organized, avoiding procrastination, advocating for ourselves, and more!

Location: In-person (at our Broomfield Center)

Time: 1 hour/day Monday – Thursday

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College Executive Function Workshop

College is about more than just schoolwork, and we want your student to be prepared for increased independence, a heavier academic workload, and the need to navigate their new environments. In this course we will cover topics like establishing routines, understanding syllabi, accessing campus resources, self-advocacy, and staying organized. This program is tailored to each student’s college and university so that they’re ready to launch into their classes, social lives, and extracurriculars in the fall.

Locations: Remote or in-person (at our Boulder location)

Time: 2 hours/per day Monday – Thursday

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Email Karen at kwilkinson@untappedlearning.com for questions and support.