Cal Poly SLO, USA
14-18 years old
Weekly hours: 27
Learn to apply design principles and ethical considerations to the decision-making process to design the best user experience for mobile digital products. You will also have the opportunity to reside on the California Polytechnic University campus, giving you a taste of the college student experience.
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California, San Luis Obispo
-Includes: all meals, lodging, excursions, academic course, weekend excursions
-Excludes: optional airport pickup and drop off service (available for an additional fee)
-Includes: lunch, academic course, excursions, programming from 9am to 5pm, Monday-Friday
-Excludes: lodging, breakfast, dinner, weekend excursionsExtended
-Includes: lunch, dinner, excursions, academic course, programming from 9am to 8pm, weekend excursions
Located right off Highway 101 on the beautiful Central Coast of California, students will get a chance to experience why the laid-back locals of San Luis Obispo (known by most as "SLO" and pronounced "slow") consider it to be one of the happiest cities in the US. With over 80 miles of dramatic California coastline, awe-inspiring green landscapes, stunning rolling hills and vistas, students will get to experience why learning by doing at Cal Poly attracts tens of thousands of students every year.
There are are nearly 23,000 students who attend Cal Poly SLO in a town of 269,000 people. The campus is home to 6 different colleges that are focused on Cal Poly's Learn by Doing ethos. The campus has 9,178 acres of land and is the 2nd largest campus in California and one of the largest in the nation. San Luis Obispo is on California's famous Highway 1, halfway between Los Angeles and San Francisco. The city lies in a town nestled between rolling hills and the California coast. SLO, as it's commonly known, enjoys a perfect Mediterranean climate year-round that runs on average around 70 degrees F, with mild and pleasant summers. The town is sheltered by volcanic peaks and surrounded by protected open spaces, vineyards, agriculture, and ranch land. Students will enjoy access to mountain trails for hiking, the nearby Morro Bay beaches for kayaking and paddleboarding, and the infamous SLO Farmer's Market in downtown.
Known as the Gibraltar of the Pacific, Morro Bay is a neighboring coastal city that is known for a giant rock formation called the Morro Rock ("Morro" is Spanish for "hill"). The rock sits within Morro Bay State Park and is home to lagoons, trails and a bird-rich saltwater marsh. It is home to excellent beaches and a number of tourist attractions along the shoreline and the streets closest to the Embarcadero, including restaurants, shops and parks.
Ravine Water Park in beautiful Paso Robles, CA featuring the Calypso Bay wave pool, winding lazy river, and a bunch of super fun water slides like the 7-story high Thunder Run and the Quadzilla, a 5-story supersponic liquid track to help students beat the summer heat!
Each academic course may also take subject matter specific excursions to help round out the student experience. Excursions may include: touring local businesses, meeting local law enforcement, exploring the Cal Poly student-managed commercial printing and digital enterprise, University Graphic Systems (UGS), visiting the Robert F. Kennedy Library, and more.
Residential students that purchase an airport pick-up and/or drop-off service travel through San Luis
Obispo County Regional Airport (SBP).
For students who purchase an airport transfer through Summer Springboard @ Cal Poly,
please use the following guidance when booking your arriving flight to SBP airport:
**San Luis Obispo Regional County Airport (SBP) **
SBP Pick-up Window: flight arrives between 11am-3:30pm
Depart for campus at 4pm
Approximately 20 minute drive to campus
Drop-off on the LAST day of the program
For students who purchase an airport transfer through Summer Springboard @ Cal Poly, please use the following guidance when booking your departing flight from SBP airport:
Students who do not purchase airport transfers with Summer Springboard @ Cal Poly may fly into the following nearby airports and arrange their own travel to/from campus: San Luis Obispo County Regional Airport (SBP) (approx. 12 min drive time to campus); Los Angeles International (LAX) (approx 4 hour drive time to campus); Santa Barbara Municipal Airport (SBA) (approx 1-2 hour drive time to campus); San Francisco International Airport (SFO) (approx 4 hour drive to campus), or, San Jose International Airport (SJO) (approx 3 hour drive to campus).
Please use a rideshare or shuttle service to/from Cal Poly SLO campus. To location: Muir Hall, 1 Grand Avenue, Bldg 107, San Luis Obispo, CA 93405.
Check-in and Check-out will take place inside Muir Hall. Please look for signs directing you to the parking area. Summer Springboard @ Cal Poly will have tables and large signs inside Muir Hall for check-in and check-out.
Learn about and apply ethnographic research methods to understand an end-user's needs in mobile product design. Work in groups to create multi-platform, user-centered mobile application products using Figma design software. Build user interfaces that aim to enhance the user experience of mobile digital products across devices and platforms. Explore the cross-disciplinary nature of UX Design from creating an idea through mobile web page design prototype. There are nine 3-hour class sessions over the two-week course. During week one, students have class from 9am-12pm, Monday - Friday. During week two, students have class from 9am-12pm Monday through Thursday. Wednesday afternoons are dedicated to additional academic time (excursions, speakers). Students will tour the University Graphic System (UGS) - the in-house student-run print business. Students will have the opportunities to meet and interact with UGS managers (junior or senior GrC students) and see the print and finishing equipment in operation and workflow. Students will spend a majority of their time working in the Cal Poly labs working on their hands-on project design.
Unaccompanied Minor Airport Drop Off ($145.00) Required for students if they sign up for the unaccompanied service voluntarily with the airline, or are required to by the airline because of age
Airport Pickup ($95.00) Airport pickup at designated time and place
Airport Drop Off ($95.00) Airport drop off at designated time and place
Unaccompanied Minor Airport Pickup ($145.00) Required for students if they sign up for the unaccompanied service voluntarily with the airline, or are required to by the airline because of age
Application Fee ($99.00)
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