Pikesville High School
Summer Programs 2016
Enclosed, you will find announcements and flyers related to summer internships, volunteer and employment opportunities, and college summer programs.
Contact each organization directly with questions.
Websites to use as resources:
Art With a Heart’s leadership program of teens
The Art of Leadership
Bringing youth together for experiential opportunities and leadership
development to better our communities.
What is the Art of Leadership?
The Art of Leadership program fosters an environment for youth of diverse backgrounds to engage
in meaningful discussions and experiential opportunities in order to expand their minds and better
• Participants will include a diverse group (diverse race, ethnicity, religion, socioeconomic
status and gender) of 10th and 11th grade students from public and private school students
who live in the Baltimore area.
• The Art of Leadership will introduce and/or reinforce leadership competencies a n d
s k i l l s that will empower the participants to explore community problems and enhance
• Participants will be challenged to leave their comfort zone in order to learn about each
other and gain new appreciation for differing background and experiences.
• Each session will focus on a key issue and leadership skill. Topics will include i s sues such
as education, health care, the arts, crime, poverty, and the racial divide in Baltimore.
• Sessions will occur once a month on Sundays from 4pm to 8pm with dinner provided.
• In addition to Sunday gatherings, there will be experiential opportunities scheduled
throughout the year. There will also be two overnight retreats during the course of the
15 session program.
Tuition for this program is $2,000. Full and partial scholarships are available. Acceptance to
the Art of Leadership will be need-blind; it will be based on merit with no consideration of
Why Art with a Heart:
Art with a Heart is a Baltimore-based non-profit community art organization that has
been engaging a broad, diverse spectrum of individuals since its inception in March
2000. With over 10,000 classes a year in some of Baltimore’s most vulnerable neighborhoods
and over 2,500 volunteers from different backgrounds, Art with a Heart has the ability to
attract and engage an assorted community of participants for this teen leadership
initiative. Art is a universal language and an accessible tool for developing leadership skills,
i.e., working together to formulate ideas, setting goals, practicing critical thinking.
Sarah Abell, Director of Leadership and Engagement
June 25-August 6, 2016
Advanced Placement, Early Admission, Architecture, Art & Design, Drama, Music, Game Academy
Pre-college Summer Studio
July 10-August 5, 2016
Duke Youth Programs is a part of Duke University Continuing Studies and has provided summer academic enrichment for academically motivated youth for over 30 years. Each summer approximately 650 youth from around the nation and world, representing some 22 states and 5 different countries, attend one of our summer programs.
Our camps open for registration on December 1st! We offer 13 different programs for students from grades 6-11. All programs seek to engage learners in innovative, interactive, transformative learning experiences. Co-curricular social and recreational activities are carefully planned and delivered to complement the instructional day. The camp “learning community” approaches learning as a shared responsibility among students, instructors, and counselors.
Register for our summer programs!
For more information on how to register for our programs, please visit our website at www.learnmore.duke.edu/youth. You can also contact our office by sending an email to email@example.com or giving us a call at (919) 684-2827
California College of the Arts
June 22 - July 17
for high school students to study art, architecture, design, or creative writing in an art-school setting while earning 3 units of college credit.
Precollege Programs for talented girls entering grades 9, 10, 11, and 12 in fall 2015
July 5 - August 1: Science and Engineering $5,500
July 5 - July 18: Young Women’s Writing Workshop $2,825
July 5 - July 18: Discovering Women’s History $2,825
July 5 - July 18: Field Studies for Sustainable Futures $2,900
July 19 - July 25: College Admission Workshop $1,650 ($1,400 if taken with another workshop)
“more than half of our students are awarded need-based financial aid”
We are accepting applications starting TODAY!
It's time to apply for an unforgettable summer, as we invite you to the Duke Summer College for High School Students (grades 10 & 11) to earn academic credit, or Duke Summer Academy for High School Students (grades 9-12) for personal enrichment. Make friends from all over the globe as you learn in a classroom environment that is intimate enough to gain the individual attention you need to thrive.
The application is available on our website today and we encourage you to apply early as spaces fill quickly!
Applications can be submitted either online or in paper. Please visit our website for further details.
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com with any questions.
Nicki Charles, Ed.D.
Director of International Student Recruitment for Summer Session
HEAT (Humanities, Entrepreneurship, And Technology) at Stanford Univ
Summer writing workshop at Stevenson University
Drawing course for rising seniors
Johns Hopkins University
Whiting School of Engineering
Camp N.O.A.H. - July 28-31, 2014, apply by May 16
Leadership program at Temple University
American Government Leadership Camp
at Gettysburg College
Deadline is March 31, including essay and teacher recommendation
University of Maryland Young Scholars Program
July 13 - August 1, 2014
Girls Leadership Institute
When you enroll in GLI you are preparing to change your life. This program is for you if you want expertise in relationships, communication and conflict, an understanding of the complex terms of femininity, and some amazing friendships. This program asks you to look at yourself, your strengths, your leadership style and your challenges and habits–the habits you love and the habits you want to change. GLI challenges you to be vulnerable and to take personal risks in order to build new approaches to making mistakes, receiving criticism and being assertive. You will be free to be your silly, crazy, authentic self and your amazing GLI friends will love you for just being you.
Life at GLI
We appreciate that you’ve chosen to take part in GLI. In return, we will give you choices. For example, you can choose your afternoon art project and you can choose what kind of fitness you are in the mood for or evening activity. Life here is definitely different from spending the summer at home; you get up early, go all day, leave your cell phone behind, share stories and opinions, and live with other girls. It is an intense, fun and transformative three weeks that makes you want to come back next year and do it all over again.
These workshops are designed to meet the needs and the interests of our oldest campers. This program also asks you to think deeply about what influences you, and the kind of relationships you really want for yourself. We will ask you to reflect on your choices and then push yourself to look at the emotions and thoughts behind those choices. Workshops include: Increasing Your Emotional Intelligence, Ending Blame, Three Reactions To Criticism, Overcoming Assumptions, Good Girl vs. Great Leader, Taking Charge of Your Internal Voice and more.
Guided by teaching artists, campers play, improvise and create unique works of art. Last summer’s projects included photography, Girls Make Movies, theater and improvisation, creative writing, sculpture and more.
Trips and Events
There are both challenging trips and just-for-fun days. We test our teamwork skills on the low-ropes course and face our own fears on the high ropes. There are river crossing and raft building challenges to try out the communication and collaboration skills we’ve been practicing in workshops.
For fun, we head to a lake to relax and enjoy magazines, music and a bag of Twizzlers. We may walk into town for ice cream or to enjoy a matinee at a local theater.
You’re creative, brilliant and ready to explore your experiences in exciting ways. We get that. So we’ve invited local artists, writers, and performers to guide you on a three-day weekend-long arts intensive. The arts intensive projects allow you to recognize, honor and communicate your authentic voice through creative media. The projects all culminate in a public celebration of artwork for your supportive camp community.
Maryland Zoo in Baltimore
NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Office of Education
GSFC 2013 HIGH SCHOOL SUMMER INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES
NASA OSSI/NIFS Online Application Website
Open from November 1, 2012-March 15, 2013
To apply to 2013 Goddard High School Summer Internship Opportunities visit NASA’s
“One Stop Shopping Initiative Recruiting NASA Interns, Fellows, and Scholars”
NASA Goddard Space Flight Center High School Summer Intern Programs engage interns in
applications of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) in a research-focused work
environment at Goddard. Student interns learn and apply research protocols and processes related
to Earth & space-systems science, computer science, engineering, and technology. Generally, a
successful applicant meets/exceeds these basic qualifications:
1. At least 16 years of age at start of internship
2. Minimum 3.0 GPA (unweighted) on a 4.0 scale
3. U.S. citizen
Interested students may create a profile and apply to a project(s) anytime during the open registration
period, November 1, 2012-March 15, 2013. Projects will be added to the database on a continuing
basis, so be sure to check back at https://intern.nasa.gov
Goddard high school summer internships include, but are not limited to, the National Space Club
Scholars Program (NSCSP) and mentor-funded opportunities.
For information about the National Space Club Scholars Program and eligibility, visit
To access the 2013 NASA OSSI/NIFS website
and apply for available project positions, visit
For more information about NASA GSFC Summer High School Internship Opportunities, contact either
Katherine Bender, firstname.lastname@example.org , or
Dr. Evelina Felicite-Maurice, email@example.com
New England Center for Investigative Reporting
High School Investigative Reporting workshop: based at Boston University’s College of Communication is offering a unique Journalism Workshop in July 2013. This program is in it’s fifth year, would be a perfect fit for students who are interested in journalism or writing.
The two-week workshop will give participants hands on training in investigative reporting and the chance to work on investigative stories that could be published.
Applicants who enroll by January 15, 2013, will receive a $100 discount off the cost of tuition
Visit the website for more information .http://necir-bu.org/training/hs-journalism-workshop/
2013 National Youth Science Camp®
Operated by the National Youth Science Foundation®
P. O. Box 3387 · Charleston, WV 25333-‐‑3387 · (304) 205-‐‑9724
www.nysf.com · www.nysc.org · firstname.lastname@example.org
General Information and Instructions
The National Youth Science Camp (NYSC) is a residential science education program that honors and challenges two graduating high school science students from each state and others from selected countries around the world. Scientists from across the nation present lectures and hands-on science seminars and linger to interact informally with student delegates. Delegates are challenged to explore new areas in the biological and physical sciences, art, and music with resident staff members. Opportunities are provided for delegates to present seminars covering their own areas of interest and research. A visit to Washington D.C. permits delegates to visit some of the nation’s premier scientific, governmental, and cultural facilities. The NYSC experience includes overnight excursions into the Monongahela National Forest, featuring backpacking, rock-climbing, caving, mountain biking, and kayaking opportunities. Delegates
are required to participate in the camp program for its entirety, as the fast-paced activities and remote location make travel to and from the NYSC very difficult. More information is available online at www.nysc.org.
Location of the NYSC
The NYSC will be held at a facility located in the Monongahela National Forest near Bartow in the eastern mountains of West Virginia.
Dates of the NYSC
Delegates MUST be able to attend the entire NYSC program. Delegates arrive in Charleston,
West Virginia, on Wednesday, June 26, 2013, and depart on Saturday, July 20, 2013.
Cost The National Youth Science Camp is offered at NO COST to its participants so that selected delegates may attend regardless of their financial status. All educational and recreational
programming, as well as meals, lodging, and round-trip air passage on scheduled airlines are
provided free of charge to the delegates.
• U.S. applicants must be candidates for high school graduation between July 1, 2012 and June 30, 2013; International applicants must be 16 to 18 years of age during the program.
• Must demonstrate superior academic proficiency, including recognition in mathematics
and/or the sciences;
• Must demonstrate an application of leadership abilities and social maturity through
involvement in school and community activities;
• Must demonstrate skills and achievements outside the realm of science and outside the realm of academic pursuits; and
• Must demonstrate a curiosity and an eagerness to explore many and varied topics.
A complete application consists of an original and one copy of the following:
1. Delegate Application Cover Sheet (please print or type),
2. A letter detailing your qualifications, how you would benefit from the NYSC experience, and your thoughts on the social impacts of science (must be typed),
3. A resume detailing your academic achievements and extra-curricular activities,
4. A recent academic transcript (including standardized test scores when possible), and
5. A letter of support from a teacher or research mentor emphasizing academic achievements, interest in sciences or mathematics, leadership potential, and well-rounded development.
1. Staple, in order, items 1 - 5, described above, together with one staple in the upper left corner. Do not otherwise bind your application nor place it in a folder.
2. Mail or ship your complete application directly to your selection coordinator so that it is
received no later than February 15, 2013. Contact information for your selection
coordinator is available online at www.nysc.org. Do NOT send your application material
directly to the National Youth Science Foundation.
Questions For answers to questions about the application and delegate selection process, please contact
your state’s selection coordinator. See www.nysc.org for more information.
Paid Summer internships: http://people.rit.edu/~gtfsbi/Symp/highschool.htm
High School Diplomats - HSD is a ten-day program at Princeton University for American students to interact and forge friendships with Japanese students.
The program is sponsored each summer by the AIU Insurance Co. of Tokyo, along with the Freeman Foundation. During the stay each American student is paired with a Japanese roommate.
Bank of America Student Leader program:
To become a Student Leader, you must:
St. John’s College in Annapolis:
Johns Hopkins Hospital Department of Volunteer Services hosts a Summer Junior Program every year. Running from late June to mid August the program is seven weeks long. Students acquire eighty to one hundred and twenty services learning hours by volunterring 2-3 days a week. Students interested in obtaining an application packet should visit the School Counseling Department.
BrandeisHSP Life Changing Experiences for Teens
Brandeis University High School Programs
The Bronfman Fellowships
163 Delaware Ave, Suite 102
Delmar, NY 12054
The Bronfman Fellowships is an exciting academic experience for promising high school juniors who identify as Jewish. The merit-based Fellowship includes an all expense paid summer trip to Isreal where high level discussions and learning take place in a community of inspiring peers.
Summer dates: July 1st- August 7th 2014
Aardvark Israel Programs
Semester & Year Options for 17-22 year olds
* University Credit Available for Eligible Students
Mt. Washington Pediatric Hospital hosting Camp N.O.A.H July 27-30. This annual program is designed to introduce high school students to Nursing & Other Allied Health careers and provide an opportunity to interact with healthcare professionals.
Interested students need to submit a completed application packet no later than May 29, 2015 to be considered for this summer’s session. Selected candidates will be notified by June 12, 2015.
For additional information you may contact the camp coordinator:
Linda Morrison, MSN, RN-BC at email@example.com
Washington University of St. Louis
Summers after 10th, 11th, and 12th grade
Choose either a 2-3 or 5 week program focused on classes or skills.
or contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 866-209-0691
Summer Term High School Programs - http://bu.edu/summer/highschool
Study 2-6 weeks at Penn State, U of Colorado, Buenos Aires, or Paris.
Leadership Institute for Entrepreneurship (LIFE) July 7-13 www.susqu.edu/LIFE
If you are interested in working as a lifeguard this summer, contact American Pool: 877-705-7665 or 410-363-9959
McDonogh Tennis Camp
If you are interested in a position teaching tennis this summer, please contact Ben Rabin, Director of McDonogh Tennis Camp.
We are seeking instructors who
· Enjoy working outside
· Enjoy working with children
· Enjoy playing tennis
· Are energetic
· Are responsible
· Must be available Monday through Friday, June 17 through July 26
Tennis teaching experience is not required.
Director, McDonogh Tennis Camp
It may still be cold out but we are already looking toward our Summer School/Camp! It is going to be a great event, and we are hoping that your son will come give it a try. In addition, we are roaring ahead with applications for our fall program. Families are really looking into the future and setting plans for their son's education early. So if you are starting to plan, why not join us for one of our on campus open houses; or come speak to one of our representatives who will be in your area. I have listed these opportunities below. Give me a call should you want to attend one of these events, I would be happy to add you to our schedule.
In the meantime, enjoy our March/April Newsletter.
Hargrave on Campus Open Houses March 16, April 13, June 8 and July 6 12:30pm - 3:00pm
Hargrave On The Road:
April 6 NOVA – Fairfax 10am - 1pm Fairfax Marriott @Fair Oaks
April 7 Columbia, MD 1pm – 4pm Hilton Garden Inn, Columbia
Hargrave Military Academy
International/Domestic Admissions Counselor
434-432-2481 Ex 2148
Ag Discovery 2013 is currently underway! USDA/APHIS are now accepting
applications from high school students interested in agriculture and
natural resources to participate in the 3 week long program co sponsored
by the University of Maryland and the College of AGNR! This program is
designed to give students a unique education of agriculture and natural
resources while providing them with a campus experience.
For more information and applications, please go to:
Applications are due April 1st. If you have any questions about the
program or would like physical copies of the brochures, please contact
me at email@example.com. Thank you!
Administrative Assistant to the Associate Dean
College of Agriculture and Natural Resources
0108 Symons Hall
Morgan State University
2013 SAMS PROGRAM: June 17- July 26 2013
The Summer Academy of Mathematics and Science (SAMS) program is an intensive six-week residential academic enrichment program designed to provide rising 10th, 11th and 12th grade students from urban settings and underrepresented groups with encouragement and to foster excitement in the areas of mathematics and science. Students spend six-weeks engaged in advanced and remedial college, laboratory experiments, math and science field experiences, networking with math and science professionals and an introduction to the university environment. The combination of these activities are provided to both develop and enhance their science and mathematics knowledge capabilities while increasing math and science industry awareness and cultivating professional skills critical for success in these fields .
REASONS TO APPLY
The Program provides:
free campus stay
College credit for classes
Visit our website for additional information and to Apply Now http://www.morgan.edu/school_of_computer_mathematical_and_natural_sciences/high_school_outreach/sams_program.html ONLINE APPLICATION ALONG WITH RECOMMENDATION FORMS, TRANSCRIPTS AND REGISTRATION FEE MUST BE RECEIVED/FAXED/POST MARKED BY MARCH 15TH, 2013.
Natural Resources Careers Camp (NRCC) is a great summer opportunity for Maryland high school students who are interested in forests, wildlife, or natural resources. At NRCC, students learn about a wide range of forest, wildlife and natural resources topics with challenging hands-on lessons. They explore careers through field and classroom experiences led by professionals currently working in the field. College credit is available from Allegany College of Maryland, and “college night” brings representatives of colleges and university from around the region to camp to meet with students one-on-one.
This week-long residential camp will be held in Garrett County, July 21 – July 27, 2013. The cost is $500, with scholarships available from your local Forestry Board.
Students who have attended this program in the past give it rave reviews, and many say it was key in helping them launch their careers! Encourage the students in your life to check it out and apply today!
More information and application materials for NRCC are available here.
2012 SUMMER PROGRAMS
The Catholic University of America – Experiences in Architecture precollege summer workshop
July 9 – July 27 info at architecture.cua.edu/summerprograms/experiences.cfm or 202-319-5786
Northfield Mount Hermon – College Prep, An opportunity to grow, to earn credit, to play, to
explore - for info, www.nmhschool.org/summer or 413-498-3290
Washington University in St. Louis – High School Summer Scholars Program or Summer
Institutes. Visit summerexperiences.wustl.edu or call 866-209-0691
J. Craig Venter Institute 2012 Internship Program – nurture your interest in science. Visit:
http://www.jcvi.org/cms/education/internship-program Deadline – 2/17/2012
Summer in Art – high school intensive. The New England Art Program snowfarm.org
OxBRIDGE ACADEMIC – academic summer programs. The New York College Experience,
student life, academic philosophy, courses, activities, cultural enrichment, guest speakers,
college visits. Call 1-800-828-8349 or visit oxbridgeprograms.com
VISIONS – Service Adventures, combine service work, intercultural living & exploration. Visit:
Visions-Service.com or call 800-813-9283
RESEARCH SCIENCE INSTITUTE – looking for talented 11
grade STEM students! Apply to
the RSI programs at www.cee.org
SUMMER STUDY PROGRAMS – Pre-College Programs 4 different universities – your choice.
Penn State University – University of Colorado at Boulder – University of Vermont – The
Sorbonne, Paris, France. 800-666-2556 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Architecture/Art/Drama/Music - Jumpstart your Future. Carnegie Mellon Summer Pre-College
Programs call 412-268-2082 or visit www.cmu.edu/enrollment/pre-college
Annual Albert Schweitzer International Youth Leadership Conference – Dublin, Ireland
www.aschweitzer.org The Albert Schweitzer Foundation and international partner Foroige
partnered to create an international youth leadership initiative. The goal was to impact young
people across the glove in an accredited and researched-based program which focuses on youth
SciTech 2012 Research Camp, held in Israel at the Technion’s campus in Haifa. Now in its 19
year, the SciTech program offers students 3 ½ weeks of scientific research in our laboratories.
Students also have the opportunity to participate in social, sports, cultural and sight-seeing
activities. For details visit: www.scitech.technion.ac.il