Pioneer Open Summer Study – POSS

The completely free & exciting online research alternative

Registration closed since August 1st 2020

Letter from the Director

Because of the novel coronavirus, we are facing a time of unprecedented challenge. Life in so many ways has come to a near halt. Students nearing college, however, can’t stop working towards their academic goals, and educators must guide them in spite of the hardships and difficulties the virus has imposed.

Pioneer therefore put together a new program — the Pioneer Open Summer Study (POSS) — for every student who is interested and committed. Pioneer’s academic panel took on this additional initiative as a priority. The academic panel put together the resources, picked relevant topics and designed the curriculum framework to meet the unique and pressing needs and interests of students during the pandemic. We will launch four exciting study themes that Pioneer faculty will host through recorded workshops and which students can take on as independent summer projects.

Disclaimer

Important notice:

Besides enabling student independent study this summer, a unique additional benefit of the Pioneer Opens Summer Study (POSS) program is that students will enlist a high school teacher who commits to reviewing their accomplishments as a team member collaborating on complex problem analysis. The teacher thus has substantive insight beyond the classroom into the students’ intellectual vitality, leadership and collaborative abilities — a great asset if that teacher writes the student’s college recommendation letter.

Please read the following important notice about POSS.

Pioneer Open Summer Study (POSS) is completely independent from the Pioneer Research Program. Students who participate in POSS CANNOT list POSS as a Pioneer Research Program credit in their college applications for the following reasons:

  • POSS students do not undergo the Pioneer Research Program’s rigorous admissions process.
  • Student POSS projects will NOT be considered as Pioneer Research Program’s work because they are not scrutinized through Pioneer’s academic procedures and standards. Pioneer thus can NOT provide records endorsing the work’s authenticity and quality for POSS participants in their college applications.
  • Students with POSS experience will not receive a grade or certificate from Pioneer, regardless of what personal opinion the professor holds about the study projects.
  • POSS is NOT college credit bearing as the Pioneer Research Program is.

The Online Research Alternative For Very Curious Minds

Pioneer’s Open Summer Study (POSS) will be a dynamic alternative to Pioneer’s online research program and/or an interesting supplement to other summer programs. It is offered at no cost to students. It is designed to empower student project aspirations or intellectual enrichment needs during this challenging summer.

Pioneer’s academic panel took on this additional initiative as a priority. The academic panel put together the resources, picked relevant topics and designed the curriculum framework to meet the unique and pressing needs and interests of students during the pandemic.

POSS will offer students an opportunity for structured, meaningful exploration of one of four multi-disciplinary problems facing our times. Students first form study teams on their own, and may be approved to join the program any time from the beginning of July through early August to conduct independent studies. POSS provides teams curriculum packages that Pioneer’s academic panel designed particularly to study complex problems facing today’s society. The curriculum package includes recordings of Pioneer’s seasoned professors’ online teaching, reading materials, and guidelines for how to conduct independent study. Every registered team’s default participation in POSS takes place through these “Self-Paced teams.”

Additionally, each of the four independent study themes can also take up to five teams joining a live online classroom. As the number of spots in the live classroom is limited, Pioneer will offer the spots by running a lottery among the registered teams. Teams joining the live online classroom need to follow a set schedule and the relevant policies. These teams are called “Scheduled-Participation teams.”

Important Notice

Pioneer Open Summer Study (POSS) will host four timely and interdisciplinary study themes enabling students to conduct self-paced, self-directed project-based studies. Pioneer’s academic panel took on this additional initiative as a priority. The academic panel put together the resources, picked relevant topics and designed the curriculum framework to meet the unique and pressing needs and interests of students during the pandemic.

The courses will be hosted by professors who have been long standing mentors at the Pioneer Research Program. There will be four courses hosted by the professors, during which student teams will conduct their independent studies. POSS is open to any high school students who meet two requirements: 1) they have formed study teams and 2) they have obtained consent of a high school faculty member who will evaluate their work.

There are two ways to join Pioneer Open Summer Study (POSS).

Self-Paced Participation in POSS allows students to access the recordings of professor lectures, reading materials, independent study guides, and curriculum. These materials will become available week by week from early July through mid-August. All teams must complete their studies by the end of August.

A team Captain forms the team and secures a school counselor’s or a teacher’s written agreement to oversee the team. It will take Pioneer a week to verify each team’s registration. When the registration is approved by Pioneer, the team will be set to participate as a Self-Paced POSS team – the default status for any registered team.

Each Self-Paced team can enter the lottery to become a Scheduled Participation team (see below) unless they choose not to. If the team is interested in entering the lottery, the Captain needs to do so after receiving the lottery invitation through email. The first round lottery will be between June 08 and June 10. The second round lottery will be between June 22 and June 24. One team can join lottery once. The lottery will be conducted through online software, and the result will be released immediately. Confirmation and instructions for becoming a Scheduled-Participation team will be released three days later.

Scheduled Participation in POSS affords a limited number of students the opportunity to join the courses live online. The maximum number of Scheduled Participation teams for each live online course will be five, each consisting of 5 – 10 students. Scheduled Participation teams are decided by lottery. All team members need to follow policy to maintain eligibility as a Scheduled Participation team. If a Scheduled Participation team misses any session, it will lose Scheduled Participation eligibility and the spot will pass to the next team on the waitlist.

Requirements

To be eligible to participate in Pioneer Open Summer Study, the following requirements must be met:

  • Teams must have a minimum of 5 and a maximum of 10 students.
  • Participating students should be in grades 9 through 12. For Scheduled Participation teams, at least two team members and the Captain of the team must be in 10th or 11th grade.
  • The Captain needs to get a teacher to sign as the observer. In some cases, Pioneer may offer additional support from alumni of the research program, and in such cases, Pioneer may have to prioritize the Pioneer alumni support to 10th and 11th grade teams if the demand for support exceeds support resources.
  • Each team must have one team member serve as the team Captain. The Captain’s responsibility is to ensure team formation, team attendance, timely completion of the work, communication with high school faculty observer, and all other coordination.
  • Each team is required to get its school guidance counselor or school faculty to sign a written consent to check in for at least three updates on a study group.
  • Scheduled Participation teams have to be committed to attending a set schedule of the online classes. The detailed schedules will be released in June. The time commitment requirement may work best for students with flexibility in the summer.
  • If any member of a Scheduled Participation team is late for or misses up to two Scheduled Participation classes, or if a Scheduled Participation team as a whole misses one Scheduled class, the team then loses its Scheduled Participation eligibility.
  • All teams need to behave and communicate academically and appropriately. Inappropriate language or communication will lead to termination of participation.
  • Because Pioneer is offering this program at no cost, Pioneer does not guarantee any result or outcome from participation or any service or support. Pioneer is not responsible for conflict, failure or anxiety among the study teams related to POSS.
  • During the self-directed independent study stage, Pioneer Research Program alumni, who have previously done research in similar fields of study with the Pioneer Research Program, may hold online office hours to help students answer questions. Team Captains or designated members are required attend any online office hours meeting that they schedule.
  • Each Scheduled Participation team will most likely be required to give a final presentation and the recording of the presentation will be uploaded on POSS-designated web space. Team members may be able to include the link to the presentation in their college applications.
  • Each Self-Paced team is required to upload a final presentation recording on the POSS designated web space. POSS participants may be able to choose to add the link to their college application. POSS presenters are encouraged to invite Pioneer Research alumni, school friends or school teachers and counselors to attend the presentation.

For Counselors and Teachers

Because of the novel coronavirus, we are facing a time of unprecedented challenge. Many summer enrichment programs have been canceled, and many of the options online are of dubious legitimacy and quality. This leaves students, parents, and school staff in a quandary for how to use the summer to their best advantage.

Pioneer believes that no matter the circumstances, curiosity should not be obstructed. We therefore mobilized our resources during our most intensive season to develop this new program — the Pioneer Open Summer Study (POSS) — for students who are interested in and committed to learning and research. Pioneer’s academic panel took on this additional initiative as a priority. The academic panel put together the resources, picked relevant topics and designed the curriculum framework to meet the unique and pressing needs and interests of students during the pandemic.

We will launch four exciting study projects that students can engage in as independent summer studies. These projects address multi-disciplinary, pressing problems facing our times. Pioneer’s academic panel developed structure and pedagogical emphasis especially for this open program.

In order to ensure students are serious about this opportunity, we believe that if guidance counselors or teachers can spare some time to sign up as an observer of the study team, students will be more committed to this open, no-fee opportunity. In addition, the high school faculty member can ensure that students have met the requirement of minimum team size and that each team member listed is, in fact, a genuine student. The observer will pick any three check-in times to understand the progress, and the check on the final work is required. The observation can give insight when writing a recommendation letter for college applications.

(Additionally, it is important to be aware that POSS is independent from the Pioneer Research Program. As POSS participants do not undergo the Pioneer Research Program’s admissions process or academic system and oversight, Pioneer cannot grant college credit or endorse the authenticity and quality of the work. Therefore, the POSS experience CANNOT not be listed as the Pioneer Research Program, but rather as an extra-curricular activity in students’ college applications (please refer to the POSS disclaimer.)

Important notice for educators:
Besides energizing your students’ independent study of a current topic, a unique additional benefit of the program is that students will have a high school teacher or counselor commit to reviewing their accomplishments as a team members collaborating on complex problem analysis. This allows you, as their teacher or counselor, to have substantive insight beyond the classroom into the students’ intellectual vitality, leadership and collaborative abilities. That insight can be reflected if you are requested to write the student’s college recommendation letter.

Please read the following important notice about POSS.

We appreciate your time and attention. If you have any questions, feel free to write to us or call the toll free number: 855-572-8863

Wishing you a safe and healthy summer!

Q&A

How does POSS work?

Pioneer’s academic panel took on this additional initiative as a priority. They successfully put together the resources, picked relevant topics, and designed the curriculum framework of POSS to meet the unique and pressing needs of students during the pandemic.

POSS will offer students an opportunity for structured, meaningful exploration of one of four multi-disciplinary problems facing society in these times. Students first form study teams on their own, and after approval, join the program any time from early July to August 1st to conduct independent study. POSS provides teams a curriculum package that Pioneer’s academic panel designed particularly to study what the world is going through now. The curriculum package includes recordings of distinguished professors’ online teaching, reading materials, and guidelines for how to conduct independent studies. Every registered and approved team’s default participation in POSS is these “Self-Paced teams.”

Each of the four independent study themes will also have five teams joining the live online classroom. As the number of spots for these live participating teams are limited, Pioneer will offer these five spots by running a lottery among the teams whose registrations have been approved. Teams joining the live virtual classroom need to follow a set schedule and the relevant policies. These teams are called “Scheduled-Participation teams”.

After the team Captain forms the team and secures a school counselor’s or teacher’s written agreement to observe, it will take Pioneer a week to confirm the registration. When the registration is confirmed, the team will be set automatically to participate in POSS as a Self-Paced team. Additionally each eligible Self-Paced team can choose to enter the lottery to become a Scheduled Participation team, participating in the live session. If the team is interested in entering the lottery, the Captain needs to enter the lottery on the designated dates. Each team can enter the lottery once only. The result of the lottery is immediate.

We will run two rounds of registration and lottery. Here is the timeline of registration and lottery:

1st round of registration and lottery

  • Student teams complete registration before May 31 (deadline is May 31 23:59 EST)
  • Lottery runs from June 08 to June 10
  • Instructions to participate as a Scheduled-Participation team are released on June 12

2nd round of registration and lottery

  • Student teams complete registration before June 14 (deadline is June 14 23:59 EST)
  • Lottery runs from June 22 to June 24
  • Instructions to participate as a Scheduled-Participation team are released on June 26

POSS will be accepting teams from early July through August 1st. All study teams must complete their studies by early September.

How can I join?

  • A team of minimum 5 and maximum 10 students all need to register.
  • Each team is required to have a team member be the team Captain. The Captain’s responsibility is to ensure team formation, team attendance, timely completion of team work, communication with school faculty, and all coordination.
  • Each team is required to get its school guidance counselor or school faculty member to sign a written consent to be the faculty observer by receiving study updates among which the check on the final study is required.

How can I take advantage of the Scheduled Participation?

Those teams who submit completed registration and pass the verification will be eligible to enter a lottery once on specific dates for the possibility of becoming a Scheduled Participation team. The Scheduled Participation teams must accept the class schedule in advance of participating in the lottery and must follow POSS policies to maintain eligibility.

  • The age range for each team is 9th – 11th grade. At least two team members and the Captain of the team have to be in 10th or 11th grade as a requirement for Scheduled Participation.
  • Scheduled-Participation teams have to be committed to the set schedule of the virtual classes. The detailed schedules will be released in June. The time commitment requirement may work best for students with flexibility in the summer.
  • If any member of a Scheduled Participation team is late for or misses up to two Scheduled Participation classes, or if a Scheduled Participation team as a whole misses one Scheduled class, the team then loses its Scheduled Participation eligibility.
  • All teams need to behave and communicate academically and appropriately. Inappropriate language or communication will lead to termination of participation.
  • Each scheduled-participation team is required to give a final presentation and the recording of the presentation will be uploaded on POSS-designated web space. teams can add the link to their presentation in their college applications. Scheduled participation teams who fail to give a final presentation will not have the POSS as an activity record at all.

Is POSS part of the Pioneer Research Program?

Pioneer Academics initiated POSS to extend a rich, valuable alternative to other online research or summer schools. POSS is completely independent from the Pioneer Research Program.

Though scheduled-participants study with the professor directly, POSS students do not undergo Pioneer’s rigorous admission system and their work does not undergo Pioneer’s academic scrutiny. Therefore, students who participate in POSS CANNOT list POSS as a Pioneer Research credit.

Can I list POSS experience as Pioneer experience in my college application activity list?

  • No.
  • Student projects will NOT be considered as Pioneer work because they are not evaluated and scrutinized by Pioneer’s academic procedure and standards.
  • Therefore, students with POSS participation will not get a grade or certificate from Pioneer even if the professor may be willing to provide a student with a recommendation letter.
  • Pioneer can NOT provide any record to college applications for POSS students because those students do not undergo Pioneer Research’s admission process, nor do they function in accordance with Pioneer’s rigorous academic standards and requirements.

What is the value of POSS participation?

Participating in POSS will provide an intriguing experience that is close to research. Students will have specially designed instructions, guidance, resources and materials to do research-based studies on the timeliest topics. Students design and conduct studies as a result of their own ideas.

Pioneer believes that curiosity and commitment to academic exploration in current difficult times will shine in the activity list of a college application.

Besides energizing independent study of a current topic in the summer, a unique additional benefit of the program is that students will have a high school teacher who commits to reviewing their accomplishment as a team member collaborating on complex problem analysis. This allows that teacher to have substantive insight beyond the classroom about the students’ intellectual vitality, leadership and collaborative abilities, insight that will be valuable if that teacher writes the student’s college recommendation letter.

Please read the following important notice about POSS.

POSS is completely independent from the Pioneer Research Program. Students who participate in POSS CANNOT list POSS as a Pioneer Research credit in their college applications for the following reasons:

  • POSS students do not undergo Pioneer Research Program’s rigorous admissions process.
  • Student POSS projects will NOT be considered as Pioneer Research Program’s work because they are not scrutinized by Pioneer’s academic procedure and standards. Pioneer thus will NOT provide record endorsing the work authenticity and quality for POSS participants in their college applications.
  • Students with POSS experience will not receive a grade or certificate from Pioneer, regardless of what personal opinion the professor holds about the study projects.
  • POSS does NOT grant college credits as Pioneer Research Program does.

Can I join POSS if I can't get a team going?

It is a requirement that students form teams to participate in POSS. In addition to exercising independent study skills, POSS was designed to develop team work and leadership. That is why the framework requires each team member take a different responsibility. Therefore, we highly encourage students to make their best effort to form a team. For those who are simply not able to form or join a team, we will try to put these students in touch with each other in the first week of July. If study teams can be formed at that time, each student will then need to bring a school counselor’s confirmation, and, after the verification process, may begin POSS. Only those who form POSS teams on their own are eligible to participate in the lottery.

Will participating in POSS affect my application to the Pioneer Research Program?

The admissions process of the Pioneer Research Program does not track or reference the registration of POSS at all. Pioneer Research Admissions conducts its work completely independently. Consequently, registering for POSS will not change a student’s chance of getting admitted to the Pioneer Research program in the same year. For students who plan to participate in POSS this summer and apply to Pioneer Research next year, participating in POSS successfully can demonstrate a good level of commitment for Pioneer Research’s admissions officers.

I am a college student. Can I still participate in POSS?

POSS is designed for high school students. The themes are current and ahead of most of the existing curriculum. If college students are truly interested, the students need to submit to us evidence of student identity, e.g. student IDs, for each of the team members. If verified, they may be allowed to participate in POSS.

If I can't complete POSS by the end of the program, will that leave a record when I apply to colleges?

NO. Students can choose not to mention POSS in their college application at all. However, as POSS provides a unique opportunity for students to contribute to the discussion, analysis, or even solution of the pandemic, completing POSS demonstrates a student’s level of persistence, creativity and dedication. Therefore, students should do their best to complete POSS.

I got into the Pioneer Research Program and will be researching as a Pioneer Research Scholar this summer. Can I still participate in POSS?

Of course yes. The only advice we’d like to give is to look at time as a resource and make sure students don’t spread themselves too thin. The Pioneer Research Program is well known for its rigorous academic system. Going through that system requires commitment and dedication. If students can ensure their Pioneer Research work meet Pioneer’s high standards and have extra bandwidth for POSS, they are welcome to take on POSS as well.

I understand that POSS participants can't claim the "Pioneer credential," but can I include POSS in my activity list when I apply to college?

Yes, POSS participants can list this study experience as an activity, but it will be listed as POSS only. Pioneer Research, on the other hand, will be listed in both the activity list and as a college course with college credit. The level and authenticity of work done in Pioneer Research is scrutinized and therefore endorsed by Pioneer Research’s academic system, while POSS is an independent study overseen by the students and evaluated by their high school. So POSS does not enjoy Pioneer credibility. However, in August, we will give POSS participants an activity description to use for college applications.

Can I form a team with friends from a different school?

Yes. As long as the team captain’s school counselor can verify that all of the team members are real, actual high school students, the team is good to go.

Can my parents or my friends sign up to be the observer instead of my counselor or teacher?

The observer must be a school teacher or counselor. The required work for the teacher or counselor is light. The only responsibility is to confirm that all team members are students, and to check the team’s final work.

Can I ask the POSS professors for a recommendation letter if our team engages with the professor really well?

The decision to write a recommendation letter and its contents are the professor’s personal choice. As POSS is independent from the Pioneer Research Program, student-faculty interaction and work product are not subject to Pioneer’s academic systems, standards, and oversight.

Any personal opinion written by the professor will not be endorsed by Pioneer, and will not bear the credibility associated with the Pioneer Research Program’s recognized grading standards, evaluation procedure, and accreditation process.

If your team believes your engagement with the POSS professor is substantial enough, only the team captain is eligible to ask for the possibility of a recommendation letter through the POSS designated platform. All parties will need to respect professor’s decision in this regard.

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Pioneer believes curiosity and commitment are unstoppable!

Dear educators and students,

Because of the novel coronavirus, we are facing a time of unprecedented challenge. Life in so many ways has come to a near halt. Students nearing college, however, can’t stop working towards their academic goals, and educators must guide them in spite of the hardships and difficulties the virus has imposed.

Pioneer has received a spike of applications to its Research Program, in part due to COVID-19. Applications have made evident the anxiety and nervous eagerness of students to engage in a meaningful summer program they can do from the security of their homes. The result is that our competitive admission process has become even more competitive this year.

With each worthy student we have to turn down or put on our wait list, our admissions team feels genuinely concerned and dismayed not to be able to offer the opportunity to cultivate academic curiosity. It is this concern that drove us to take on our own challenge in this challenging time.

Pioneer therefore put together a new program -- the Pioneer Open Summer Study (POSS) -- for every student who is interested and committed. Pioneer’s academic panel took on this additional initiative as a priority. The academic panel put together the resources, picked relevant topics and designed the curriculum framework to meet the unique and pressing needs and interests of students during the pandemic. We will launch four exciting study projects that Pioneer faculty will host through recorded workshops and which students can take on as independent summer projects.

Click to expand to learn more about Pioneer Open Summer Study

Though Pioneer’s Open Summer Study (POSS) is outside the academic system of the Pioneer Research Program, it does offer students an opportunity for structured, meaningful exploration of one of four multi-disciplinary problems facing our times. Pioneer is determined to support today’s young academic community by removing barriers to meaningful summer study because we believe true curiosity and commitment is, and should be, unstoppable.

Sincerely,

Matthew Jaskol

Pioneer Co-Founder and Program Director

  • Considering students have significantly fewer options for their summer enrichment, Pioneer adjusted the cohort size from maximum 5 to maximum 6 so that we can offer the opportunity to more students. Please be aware that Pioneer will only expand cohorts which we feel sure will not be compromised in any way by a slight increase in participation. Some areas, therefore, may stay at a maximum of 5 because the nature of the course requires heavier coaching.

 

  • Pioneer admissions still requires the same application materials, but we may adjust the timing in response to current realities. If you can work with your counselor to collect your official transcript and counselor evaluation and submit them soon after you submit your application, it will speed up the process. Pioneer admissions requires an official transcript and counselor evaluation to process applications for the final round. If these items won't be available during the process due to COVID-19, applicants must submit evidence that the school's counseling office is closed. Pioneer admissions will then decide what adjustment shall be granted.

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In the critical process of preparing students to transition to college, you are key. The
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The Pioneer Research Program believes that it, too, has a role to play in preparing students of special potential and passion for learning. This is a role we trust you will appreciate knowing about. Our mission is to offer a deep and otherwise unavailable opportunity to exceptionally motivated young scholars who want to learn and research at the college level and to explore their potential for innovation.

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3) oversight, feedback and evaluation, and

4) grading standardization.

This rigorous academic system is supported by thorough admission process and a high-minded ethics code. The combination gives students an exceptional learning experience that is brought to fruition in a college-level research paper documenting their findings.

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Matthew Jaskol

Founder & Program Director