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So once more, I have a received a letter from a summer program called Engineering and Technology from Envision Career Forum. Of course, it claims I was nominated and says I was one of the top students in the country like the last one I received, which was bs. However, the only reason why I'm still looking at this is because the program involves Engineering, which is currently my first choice major when I head into college. Should I still take a look at it? One of Engineering and Technology's campuses is UC Berkeley, which is only an hour away for me, so all the more reason for me to look at it.
On a different note, a lot of people who say on here the summer programs you have to pay for are not that much of an honor (which I do agree). But they never say which are the respectable ones that are free and you should be looking for. What are they? Examples?