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Here’s How Teens Can Attend A Virtual College Program At Princeton University This Summer

ByKylii Clay

Feb 18, 2021
Teen girls at school, Prineton

Attend Princeton University virtually for the summer– here’s how… 

Black excellence and effective leadership are essential for a thriving African-American community to survive any world crisis. Jacqueline Glass-Campbell, CEO of At the Well Conferences, Inc. (ATW), celebrates molding the masterminds of tomorrow by introducing At the Well Young Women’s Leadership Academy’s Online Weekend Intensive Program.

Per the COVID-19 social distancing and stay-at-home guidelines set forth by the state of New Jersey, along with the organization’s concern for the well-being of students and families, the original program formerly held at Princeton University was canceled.

Now, students from across the country have the opportunity to receive this prestigious online education. Options include two 3-day online summer program intensives held Jul 23-25, 2021.

And on July 30 to August 1, 2021, from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. These programs are being offered at a currently discounted rate of $349. Applications are available on the ATW website at AtTheWellConferences.org. There is no application fee.


11th & 12th Grade College Prep Weekend Intensive (offered July 23 – 25, 2021)

Minority girls who are currently in the 11th and 12th grades will be able to participate in a college-prep weekend program. The program is created out of a commitment to increase awareness of the essential tools that lead to college success. 

Next, the program discusses how to make the best personal, social, and financial decisions to ensure a great college first year. They seek to motivate students towards higher achievement and personal growth. Juniors will take classes to assist them in selecting the right college fit as well as the college application and scholarship process.

9th & 10th Grade Online Intensive Weekend (offered July 30 – August 1, 2021)

Their core curriculum is specifically created to develop Black female corporate leaders. They learn critical thinking and college essay writing, attain higher confidence, and increase academic achievement. This program is a microcosm of our previously offered two-week program. ATW partners with many celebrities, high-profiled figures, educators, and activists who share life challenges and personal testimonies.

Recent speakers have included actress Nicole Ari Parker, scholar Julianne Malveaux, motivational speaker Brandi Harvey, 2016 Democratic National Convention Chief Leah Daughtry, physician Michele Reed, and plus-size supermodel Liris Crosse.

Workshop facilitators include role models from the medical, legal, financial, and non-profit fields. Past participants are Financial guru and “The Real” daytime talk show’s Tiffany “the Budgetnista” Aliche, Lisa Ascolese, inventor and founder of A-to-Z, as well as young, rising actress Eden Duncan Smith.

The first ten applicants will be given priority consideration.

For more information about 11th and 12th Grade College Prep Weekend Intensive for current juniors and seniors and 9th & 10th At The Well Intensive Weekend Program for freshman and sophomores, please visit AtTheWellConferences.org.

Princeton also has a virtual program for young men.


-Courtesy of Black News

Kylii Clay

Kylii Clay is a junior Broadcast Journalism student attending Florida A&M University. She is a freelance and staff writer for the Famuan Newspaper .