NuVu Summer 2021 Alternate Futures for High Schoolers (14yrs to 18 yrs)
By NuVu Studio
NuVu Virtual Summer is back for another season of creative hands-on learning! As part of NuVu Virtual Summer 2021, students around the world can participate in our design-based studios.
10:00am – 3:00pm
Monday - Friday for 2 weeks
10am - 12pm, 1pm - 3pm EDT
20 hours of synchronous online instruction, 20 hours of project development, and Coach Office Hours for additional student project support
Ages 14 to 18.
Grades 9th grade through 12th grade.
If you have questions, please email us at email@example.com.
- Sign-up is ongoing
Student registration is processed on a first-come, first-served basis. Students can only register for one studio per 2-week Session. A maximum of 12 students will be accepted for each studio. Because studio enrollment is limited, we recommend that you register and send your final payment as soon as possible in order to ensure studio choices.
$1550 Fee includes:
• Dedicated NuVu Coach
• Studio content & activities (presentations, lectures, resources, discussions, social activities)
• Facilitation on projects
• Maker Kit with:
- materials & supplies
- pre-studio projects
An online deposit of $200 is paid via credit card. Final payment is paid by check, change to Final payment is paid by check or ACH (electronic funds transfer). Credit cards are accepted for deposits only. Checks should be mailed to:
450 Massachusetts Avenue
Cambridge, MA 02139
Final payments must be made by check and received within 30 days of registration. Final payments not submitted on time could result in forfeiture of your student’s spot to another student on the waitlist. If it is necessary to cancel a registration, deposits will be refundable until June 30th, 2021.
Two Sessions: $2,800 ($200 total discount)
Three Sessions: $4,150 ($350 total discount)
Sibling Family Discount
$75 discount will be applied to each student registration for two or more students in a family.
- Financial Aid and/or Scholarship Available
- Both in-person and virtual (online or over the phone).
This Summer, we’ll examine a range of future-forward topics. We’ll explore prosthetics that extend our biological capacities, virtual reality to create alternate future narratives, responsive environments using new technologies that allow spaces to adapt to changing environmental and use conditions, socially-minded robots whose behaviors feel more humanoid rather than artificial, fashion that serves a larger purpose, and even devices that can be created for life beyond earth in outer space.