Ventures Scholars Member Institution Enrichment Programs

Indiana University
Bloomington, IN

Junior Executive Program
The Kelley Junior Executive Institute identifies 30 high-achieving African American, Latino, and American Indian high school juniors who are interested in majoring in business to participate in a college experience with the Kelley School of Business on the Indiana University Bloomington campus.

This exciting college experience, offered in conjunction with the IU Office of Academic Support and Diversity, includes workshops on how to apply to college, secure financial aid, manage time, take notes, and succeed in the study of business. What students will do after college is also an important focus of the Institute, including discussion of business career opportunities and the elements of entrepreneurship. In addition, students will enjoy living in a residence hall, visiting campus cultural centers, and most importantly, talking with current college students.

Students who wish to be considered for participation in the Institute must have a GPA of 2.7 or above, and each must submit the following:

  • An application
  • A photo release form
  • A consent for medical treatment
  • An official high school transcript
  • An essay that is no more than 250 words, describing the student's college plans and the area of business that he or she wishes to study
  • One letter of recommendation from a high school counselor or member of the clergy

Application forms are available from your high school counselor or you can get it here:
https://kelley.iu.edu/ugrad/secure/OnlineApps/jei_app.cfm

Dates of Program:
June 14-18, 2004
June 21-25, 2004

Application Deadline:
May 14, 2004

Fee:
Transportation, room and board, and program fees will be covered by the Kelley School of Business. Students will only need to provide personal spending money.

Contact:
William Lewis
Director of Diversity
Kelley Junior Executive Institute
Kelley School of Business
Indiana University
1309 E. 10th Street
Bloomington, IN 47405-1701
ksbjei@indiana.edu

(last updated March 24, 2004)

 

 
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