We are excited to announce summer Youth Programs at
Sacramento State in a virtual environment with new
online classes and schedules. Due to the
unprecedented circumstances faced by families this year, we
are providing a $50 or $100 scholarship voucher (depending on the
course) that can be applied toward each class a student
selects. The scholarship voucher will be applied during
We have created fun and engaging online experiences that will
give students the opportunity to:
Explore educational and career opportunities in various
Discover new academic and creative challenges in topics not
always available in regular school
Work with other students on real-world projects
Get a preview of college
Learn from Sacramento State professors, community college
faculty, area public and private school teachers and industry
Open to incoming 7th through 12th grade students including
seniors who have just graduated.
Virtual Programs Offered in 2020
There are two programs offered for different age ranges, as
Search: incoming 7th-10th graders will
have the opportunity to explore new subjects, preview
the college experience and get motivated for the next school
incoming 9th-12th graders and graduating high school seniors
can preview different career paths and college majors.
Youth Programs are a longstanding tradition at Sacramento
State. We will see you online this summer
and look forward to welcoming students back to
campus in 2021!
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The College of Continuing Education (CCE) is honoring its
commitment to the community and youth programs by offering a
select number of online courses this summer. Due to the high
demand for these popular classes, we have added additional
sections in order to deliver fun and academically
challenging classes to more students.
The 2020 Summer Academies will be offered entirely
online. We have an exciting lineup of courses taught
by Sacramento State professors and industry professionals.
Please take a look at the course descriptions and schedule.
And remember: we hope to be back on campus for 2021.