The Management & Technology Summer Institute (M&TSI) is a rigorous and rewarding for-credit summer program for rising high school seniors and a select few rising high school juniors interested in exploring the integration of technological concepts and management principles.
Sponsored by the Jerome Fisher Program in Management & Technology, Penn Engineering, and the Wharton School, M&TSI features classes taught by leading faculty and successful entrepreneurs, field trips to companies and R&D facilities, intensive team projects, as well as other activities designed to give students the opportunity to learn about the principles and practice of technological innovation.
For more information visit the official website here.
This rigorous program is looking for top students
Program looks for those with strong STEM skills
Extracurricular Activities: Please list up to five extracurricular activities, which you are involved in.
Honors and Awards:(Optional) Please list up to five honors or awards that you have received.
Leadership Roles: Please list up to five of your leadership roles, including major accomplishments and years involved.
An essay(not exceeding 500 words) in which you describe a problem you solved using technical and/or business creativity and skills.
Video Submission: Please record a 90-second video of yourself sharing any additional comments you might have.
High School Information: We are pleased to accept both official and unofficial transcripts.
Two letters of recommendation are required, the first must be written by a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, or Math) teacher, the second may be written by a current or recent teacher, school administrator, employer or mentor, or director of extracurricular activities.
Contact information for two teachers you’d like to use as references (full name, subject taught, e-mail and phone number).
Standardized testing: SAT, ACT, PSAT, or pre-ACT score reports are required for admission. TOEFL exams are required for non-native English speakers. Uploads of photocopies or screenshots of score reports are best -these do not need to be submitted directly from the testing agency.