Summer Business Institute

Summer Business Institute 2019 attendees with Pagliacci

High School Students: Why You Should Attend

Have fun while preparing yourself for college! 

The Albers Summer Business Institute (SBI) provides two college credits after the completion of the program. SBI provides the opportunity to explore subjects such as entrepreneurship, marketing, economics, management, and more all taught by Albers professors.

If you've ever thought how it would be to major in business in college, this is a good way to sample the kind of instruction, interactions, and opportunities that business school offers. 

Parents: Why Summer Programs Benefit Your Child

Seattle University believes in supporting our SBI alumni. After the program we support and encourage students to attend some form of post-secondary education, whether that’d be Seattle University or not.

During the SBI program, students earn two college credits. Also, they have the opportunity to explore careers in business. We hold financial workshops and mentorship through college application process, FAFSA, scholarship application process, resume writing, and much more.

At the core of our programs are meaningful engagements, as a resource for your child now and beyond the program.

Schools: Why Your Institution Should Have Students Participate

Students who attend Summer Business Institute further their career development while enhancing their understanding of post-secondary education.

Our program is designed to balance academic rigor, personal growth, and fun. Upon successful completion students will earn two college credits.

Students also have the opportunity to earn high school credit depending on their schools' discretion. Additionally, after the program, we will provide students with support around financial literacy, college applications, and more.

Scholarships available

Seattle University plans to provide full scholarships to at least 50% of the student participants. To find out about scholarship eligibility and application requirements, visit the SBI page.

 

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Summer Business Institute 2014