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|the Zahn Innovation Center at The City College of New York||If you’ve ever thought about running your own business, inventing something new, or being part of a movement to create change in the world, Bossgirls is for you! You’ll join a community of other bossgirls like yourself to discover entrepreneurship. You and a team of other bossgirls will focus on a problem, come up with an innovative solution for it, research the market, compare competitors, learn how to price your product & prototype it, and create a brand around your idea. At the end of the program, you’ll pitch your idea to an audience--think Shark Tank without the sharks. All the while, you’ll get to meet entrepreneurs & get advice from expert mentors from Standard Chartered, our program sponsor.|
And just so your parents know... our goal is to introduce entrepreneurship to you as not only a possible career path, but a mindset that advances any course of learning. Our curriculum puts the customer first, introducing you to a human-centered design approach to problem-solving. You’ll learn how to analyze a problem and find a business opportunity within it. Plus, having this on your resume or college application looks great!
|Grade 9-12||Summer entrepreneurship program||5 week program|
Mondays - Thursdays 10:30am-1:30pm
First day: Monday, July 1, 2024
Last day: Thursday, August 1, 2024
|FREE||We accept applications on a rolling basis.|
Apply by end of day Get Notified
January 31, 2024 Late February
February 29, 2024 Late March
March 31, 2024 Late April
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|Fordham STEP: KAPLAN SAT Prep||Fordham University’s Science and Technology Entry Program (STEP) is a rigorous pre-college academic enrichment program designed to prepare students in middle school and high school for post-secondary studies and careers in math, science, technology, health-related fields and licensed professions. STEP seeks to increase the representation of historically underrepresented or economically disadvantaged students in these fields.|
The STEP program has a working relationship with the Kaplan Test Preparation organization. Kaplan is one of the pre-eminent leaders in providing test review courses for students preparing for various standardized examinations including the SAT. This online course will prepare students who are taking the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT). A Kaplan instructor using test preparation materials will teach our class. Students will be provided with all class related materials by KAPLAN Test Review throughout the course.
|Grade 11||Science and Technology Prep||Saturday, January 13th 2024 -Saturday, March 23rd 2024 and take place from 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM each Saturday. The course will consist of 11 sessions||The fee for this course is $150.00. In addition, a mandatory annual parent fee of $20.00||DEADLINE:Thursday, December 15th 2023.||https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSf5CYPqv9Ur2gsCm50YzQ_lqZYoltkvf0VH1bwfITvXCmJ1Iw/viewform||Please feel free to contact Assistant Director (Lincoln Center) Evonny Escoto at 646-293-3980 / email@example.com or Assistant Director (Rose Hill) Vanessa Calle at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions|
|New Paltz Summer Honors Program||Students will participate in active learning led by faculty from the SUNY New Paltz campus.|
Topics include -- Media, Sustainability, Theatre, and Black Studies.
A variety of different workshops (Career Advisement and Financing College), as well as
Excursions (Woodstock, Minnewaska State Park and Millbrook Preserve) will be offered.
The daily schedule will include breakfast, a college course in the morning, lunch, an afternoon college course, an excursion, dinner and then evening activities. Students should have:
A cumulative GPA of 86 and above. Demonstrate leadership skills. Be involved in community service.Have a passion for learning.
|Grade 11||Summer Honor Program||Sunday, July 21 to Friday, July 26 2024||A fee of $300 is required to cover the cost of food and activities.||DEADLINE: May 1st, 2024||See your Guidance Counselor to be nominated||https://www.newpaltz.edu/summer-honors/?utm_campaign=honors&utm_content=honors&utm_medium=email&utm_source=slate&utm_term=24_summer||Go to College Counselor to be nominated|
|Princeton Summer Journalism Program||PSJP is a free, year-long college preparation program for current juniors from limited-income backgrounds who are interested in journalism. Participants complete a multi-week journalism intensive during the summer after their junior year and receive personalized college application help during their senior year.||GRADE 11||Journalism||Program will run a multi-week, hybrid summer intensive beginning with online workshops in July and culminating in a 10-day residential experience on Princeton's campus in early August.||FREE||DEADLINE:Thursday, February 15, 2024||https://precollege.princeton.edu/apply/?sr=1e163b28-dbfd-471c-b954-e8c7a33cc927||https://psjp.princeton.edu/apply/eligibility|
|Apollo Theater Academy||Over ten (10) weeks, interns (high school class of 2024) will learn about the impact of arts administration on live and recorded productions at The Apollo. Interns will also develop a concept for our signature summer event, Teen Takeover||Grade 11-12||Arts & Entertainment afterschool internship||The entire program: Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays, March 12, 2024 – May 16, 2024 (as well as special event dates, as assigned), including Mandatory Intern Orientation, March 5 – 7, 2024||FREE||DEADLINE: Monday, January 8, 2024, by 11:59 PM||https://www.apollotheater.org/education/apollo-theater-academy/internships/?mc_cid=f429c6ddbf&mc_eid=39f0324af9|
|Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center||Open to all high schools in New York City, selected high school chamber music ensembles are presented a professionally produced concert in the Daniel and Joanna S. Rose studio at Lincoln Center and receive coaching with Chamber Music Society artists. Ensembles are selected to perform at the Regional Concert are eligible for an invitation to perform at the Young Musicians Concert at Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center. The 4th Annual Young Musicians New York City Regional Concert will take place on Thursday, March 7, 2024 at 11:00 AM in the Daniel and Joanna S. Rose Studio at Lincoln Center.||Grade 9-12||afterschool program||winter/spring||FREE||DEADLINE: Friday, January 12, 2024 at 5:00PM||https://www.chambermusicsociety.org/education-and-community-engagement/school-programs/young-musicians-program/new-page-3/||https://www.chambermusicsociety.org/education-and-community-engagement/school-programs/young-musicians-program/new-page-3/|
|Whitney Museum of American Art: Youth Insights Artists||Youth Insights (YI) Artists is a semester long after-school program that brings teens together with contemporary artists to provide opportunities to work collaboratively, discuss art critically, and think creatively. YI Artists make art inspired by this exchange. Open to New York City high school students, grades 9–12. Participants will meet once a week on either Wednesday or Thursday afternoons from 4-6:30 PM, February through May.||Grade 9-12||afterschool program||spring||FREE||DEADLINE: Friday, December 22, 2023||https://whitneyedu.wufoo.com/forms/pz9uho017qt7lv/||https://whitneyedu.wufoo.com/forms/pz9uho017qt7lv/|
|Cooper Union Saturday Program||Cooper Union's Saturday Program has offered free studio art courses to New York City public high school students for over 55 years. Our current courses are: Architecture, Digital Media/Photography, Drawing, Graphic Design, Painting, Sculpture, Senior Design Studio and Senior Visual Art Studio. |
Classes run every Saturday from 10am to 5pm throughout the school year, with the exception of holidays. This schedule provides the intensive working time necessary to explore media, technique, and concept for both the beginner and the experienced art student. Each Saturday Program session also includes a one-hour writing workshop with a professional poet. All Saturday Program classes take field trips to galleries, museums, and cultural institutions across the city.
|9-12||after school program||fall and spring||FREE||APPLY NOW for spring 2024||APPLY HERE||https://email@example.com|
|Pike Labs||Do you want to build software for nonprofits in the city?|
If you are interested in computer science, Pike Labs is an in-person after school program based in Brooklyn Heights where ambitious high school students build software products for non-profits in the city! You will build complex web apps, mobile apps, and data science models to get real product experience, elevate your engineering college applications, and make an impact in the community. If you are interested, please reach out to Mike Schahfer, the co-founder of this program, at firstname.lastname@example.org!
|8-10 Grade||after school program||$400/month and we offer sliding scale depending upon household income.||https://email@example.com|
|Genspace||The Biorocket Program is a paid research internship experience for New York City public high school students age 16 and up. This program gives students an opportunity to learn the latest advances in genetic engineering and biology laboratory skills. By participating in the program, teens will have access to scientific mentors, behind-the-scenes lab tours and field trips, and improv training for science communication skills at Genspace, a community biology lab in Brooklyn, NY. *Note: The program is in person. Dates and times are subject to change, but we will do our best to accommodate your schedule if you are selected. If selected, you are expected to participate in the full 6-month program. |
- 2 days/week from February-May after school (usually Wednesdays and Thursdays)
- 20-25 hours/week for 7 weeks from July-August
|Ages 16 +||Biorocket Research Program||February-May and July-August 2023||Free: Earn a $2,000 stipend||Wednesday, January 10, 2024, 6:00pm EDT||https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfRKB0UxwQUNQl9EiLgTVaDq3GETC7DoSREAxZZO5szRvBpPw/viewform|
|Center for Smart Streetscapes (CS3) at Columbia University.||Information sessions starting this week: Thursday, November 30th at 5PM EST. Applications for the summer 2024 cohorts of the My Streetscape Summer Research Institute for high school students|
Monday, December 4th at 12PM EST
Tuesday, December 5th at 5PM EST. If you’re not familiar with the Center for Smart Streetscapes (CS3), we are a National Science Foundation (NSF) Engineering Research Center with the mission of forging livable, safe, and inclusive communities through real-time, hyper-local streetscape applications built on advancements in edge-cloud technology, wireless-optical engineering, visual analytics, computer security, and social science. CS3’s Engineering Workforce Development (EWD) programs seek to build a workforce that fosters this mission by creating opportunities for students and teachers to participate in engineering research driven by community engagement. Applications for the summer 2024 cohorts of the My Streetscape Summer Research Institute for high school students.
|Grade 9-12||Engineering/Social Science||Summer 2024: |
Six-week session: July 8 - August 16, 2024
|Students are provided with a stipend to support them over the summer.||Applications Open December 2023||https://firstname.lastname@example.org or (212) 853-4660.|
|NYC Youth Leadership Councils (YLCs)||NYC Youth Leadership Councils (YLCs) are a network of youth groups focused on policy, practice, and advocacy to make local change happen. Each YLC is a space to team up with others, share ideas, create solutions, and put those solutions into action with support from NYC agencies, schools, and community organizations. NYC Service offers students service hours, insight into potential college and career opportunities, personal and professional skills, a certificate of completion, and more. To join or host a leadership council, visit the NYC Service website. Youth must be 14+ to participate.||Grades 9-12||FREE||https://www.nycservice.org/youth_opportunities||https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RB-TRrjpvik|
|Cornell Expanding Your Horizons (EYH) Conference||For over 30 years, Cornell EYH has held a 1-day STEM extravaganza for around 500 girls and non-binary students in 7th-10th grade from upstate New York and beyond, as they have been traditionally underrepresented in STEM. Participation is however, not based on sex and is open to all students from underrepresented backgrounds.|
Students participate in two or three workshops organized by Cornell students and faculty, tour state-of-the-art lab facilities on Cornell’s Ithaca campus, connect with peers and mentors, and learn that anyone with a curious mind has what it takes to pursue a future in STEM! This year the conference will be held in-person, following all appropriate Covid precautions, on Saturday, April 6th, 2024.
Saturday, April 6th, 2024
|Enter Lottery for free or $25 non-refundable entrance fee.||Registrations open February, 19th||https://email@example.com|
|Brooklyn Botanic Garden||Teen Apprenticeships at Brooklyn Botanic Garden. We are now recruiting students in grades 8–11 for the 2024 Garden Apprentice Program (GAP) at Brooklyn Botanic Garden. GAP is a great way for teens to get paid to learn about urban agriculture, science, and the environment while working in one of the most exciting public gardens in the world! BBG Garden Apprentices:|
Earn a monetary award at the end of the apprenticeship (Tier 1: $600, Tier 2: $700, Tier 3: $800).
Work their way up the program to become paid staff as a Tier 4.
Learn about botany and environmentalism through hands-on lessons.
Grow and harvest fruits, vegetables, and herbs in the Children’s Garden.
Facilitate lessons to teach children about plants.
Explore Brooklyn Botanic Garden’s amazing plant collections.
Develop job skills, including teamwork, communication, and leadership.
|Grade 8-11||Internship||March - November||Stipend paid||December 8, 2023||Visit https://www.bbg.org/learn/garden_apprentice_program_application||https://www.bbg.org/learn/gap|
|Tisch Future Artists||Tisch Future Artists is accepting applications for a free program offered to high school students in their first, second, or third year. It provides a unique and focused experience in a particular creative discipline (e.g., theatre arts, filmmaking, game design, etc.), with students expected to commit to 14 Saturdays from February through mid-May. Many programs run all day and on campus, giving students access to the same facilities and instruction-level as our undergraduate students! |
To highlight one of several Future Artists programs, students enrolled in Future Dramatic Writers will spend their Saturdays from approximately 10am-5pm on-campus learning the craft of dramatic writing (focusing on playwriting, screenwriting, and tv writing). In addition to regular class time with lectures, discussion, writing exercises, and other activities, the class will take a trip to the theatre on one Saturday. The program will conclude with a reading of student work, performed by professional actors and open to friends and family.
|Grade 9-12||Extra-Curricular Program / Arts Program||14-week program on Saturdays, 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. ET (hours vary by department but will fall within this time) from February 3, 2024 - May 11, 2024||FREE||November 13th||https://tisch.nyu.edu/special-programs/high-school-programs/tisch-spring-future-artists-program|
|The Science Career Ladder||Throwing several teen-focused workshops over the next year and would love to have some of your youth attend. These events will be a mix of virtual and in-person. The focus of the workshops will be centered on Career development,Skill Exploration, and College prep.||14-19 Year olds||Career development,Skill Exploration, and College prep.||Saturday, December 9, 2023 • noon – 1:30 pm|
Financial Aid and Literacy
Thursday, January 18, 2024 • 3 pm – 4:30 pm
Spotlighting Yourself for the College Application Process
Tuesday, February 20, 2024 • 2 pm – 4 pm
Resume and Cover Letter Building
Thursday, March 21, 2024 • 3 pm – 4:30 pm
Meet The Scientist
|FREE||Anytime before the day of the event||https://nysci.org/stem-career-events||Dclase@nysci.org|
|SWAN Chinese Academy||Join SWAN's Internship Program! Depending on your position, SWAN’s Teaching and Office Interns gain experience in classroom management, school administration, non-profit administration, and/or general office management.|
While the internship is unpaid, it is eligible for community service hours, school credit, and/or the Presidential Volunteer Service Award (awarded by President Joe Biden's office to recognize the important role of volunteers in America’s strength and national identity). This position is on-site. Schedule is flexible, between Monday to Friday, 2:45pm to 6pm and/or Saturday, 9:15am to 12:15pm.
- Must be at least 16 years of age
- English/Mandarin bilingual preferred
- A passion for SWAN's mission!
- Teaching Interns Only: Love to work with children
- Office Interns Only: Computer skills, customer service experience is a plus
Upper Grades 9-12
Throughout the school year
|BOLD Summers / ESF Camps||The Penn Medicine Summer Program for rising 11th and 12th grade High School students. The application will open shortly through March 1st.|
This is a 4-week intensive, residential summer program at the University of Pennsylvania’s Perelman School of Medicine. With a mix of hands-on, practical sessions and inspiring lectures taught by doctors and specialists in their fields, this robust program is perfect for students exploring the many fields of medicine.
Applying for this program does have supplemental application requirements. These are all listed on the website.
105 students will be selected to attend the program from an applicant pool of approximately 250-300 applicants. Admitted students will experience a taste of college life as they live in the newly renovated dorms at the University of Pennsylvania.
The application is OPEN and closes on March 1st.
Please Join Our List and keep informed by visiting www.boldsummers.com.
Upper Grades 9-12
College & Career Preparation
There is a fee to attend.
|Lumos Debate||This is a low-pressure, high-energy workshop filled with fun speaking activities and debate games to give students a great first debate experience. For online, class size is capped to hold a 4:1 student-teacher ratio and 6:1 student-teacher ratio for in person, to ensure that every student gets opportunities for speaking and debating!||Middle Grades 6-8||Extra-Curricular Program|
Throughout the school year
There is a fee to attend.
|Next Generation Civic Fellowship||Learn more about the social and political issues of our time you care about most and engage in civil dialogue with like-minded peers from around the country. Applicants would join a peer cohort committed to creating inclusive solutions. Following the completion of this fellowship, students would be able to apply for a spring Civic Action Project internship in the spring semester.||Grades 9-12||Volunteer/ Activism||Fall 2023||FREE||Applications are rolling; it begins on October 1st||OR||MORE INFOfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|NEST+m||Volunteers needed for several Open Houses at NEST+m. e need your help!|
We've got several K-12 Open Houses coming up this fall (dates listed in the form), and it is a fantastic way to show your school spirit and share the NEST+m love!
Help prospective families get to know NEST+m! We will be hosting self-guided tours for families once a month and we need A LOT of help!
The events run from 10am - 1pm, with tour orientation for volunteers at happening each morning at 9am.
Set up will run from 8:30 - 10:00, clean up will run from 1:00 - 2:00.
|9th-12th graders||Community Service||Sign-Up Form|
|Athletics & Community Enrichment Services||Henry Street’s fall athletics and enrichment programming includes our NCAA Basketball League (ages 12-19), Youth Basketball Clinics (ages 3-14), Big Fly Baseball (Ages 5-13), our new Operation Athlete program geared toward promoting academic success among student athletes (ages 12-19), and more.||K-12||Academic Enrichment||Ongoing||Boys & Girls Republic, 888 East 6th Street; 301 Henry Street||Omar Kellman, 212-254-3100 x3242|
|Henry's Street Athletic's and Enrichment||Henry Street's fall sports programming includes flag football, basketball, baseball, and boxing.||Ages 8-16||Athletic Organizations||Ongoing||301 Henry Street, Sol Lain Park,||Luis Checa: Basketball: 212 686 8888 Other sports: Omar Kellman, 212-254-3100 x3242|
|Expanded Horizons||Henry Street's free educational free college preparation program provides support from 9th grade through college||9-12||Academic Enrichment, College Preparation, Youth Athletics, and evening programming||Ongoing||Expanded Horizonsemail@example.com|
|Lucille Lortel Theatre's 2024 NYC Public High School Playwriting Fellowship||The Lucille Lortel Theatre’s NYC Public High School Playwriting Fellowship will support diverse young writers and create an awareness of playwriting as a career. The opportunities provided by this program will encourage NYC public high school students to become the next generation of playwrights.||9-12||Writing fellowship||Fellows must attend:|
7 or more of the 8 mentorship workshops on the following dates:
February 1, 8, 15, 28
March 6, 13, 20
The final presentation on March 25, 2024.
Weekly mentorship workshops will occur in Midtown Manhattan at 4:30-6:00pm.
|Free||Oct. 11- Nov. 29 is the application period||https://lortel.org/hspf/|
|College Now STEM Research Academy at City Tech.||This is a two-part program designed to provide high school students with an opportunity to develop strong college level research skills by engaging in authentic science inquiry and research activities. Selected students will be enrolled into a free Spring 2024 pre-college research course. Upon successful completion of the spring course, students will have the opportunity to apply for the 2024 STEM Summer Research Internship. The summer program is FREE to students. College Now covers the cost of tuition, books and supplies. Students who participate will also receive a City Tech College ID card, free lunch on Mondays, metro card, and a $1,575 stipend upon completion of the summer internship program.||10th or 11th Grade Student||FREE||The deadline is DECEMBER 22ND, 2023||Application||STEM|
|CIEE (Council on International Educational Exchange||CIEE (Council on International Educational Exchange) is a cultural exchange nonprofit that offers summer study abroad programs for high school students in Language Immersion, Arts, Social Change, Business, and STEM. Students can choose from 60+ programs in 35+ destinations around the world where they study a subject they are passionate about alongside like-minded peers. Our programs offer college credit, community services hours, and the opportunity to gain intercultural competence and independence while partaking in engaging coursework. Each year, NYC students earn over $1 million dollars in scholarships from CIEE, which makes study abroad possible for even more students.||9-12||Cultural Exchange Non-Profit||Merit + Financial Need scholarship deadline of January 24, 2024||For Students: Click here to apply for a CIEE Program||Click here to sign up for more information||email firstname.lastname@example.org tel +1.207.553.5147|
|CIEE (Council on International Educational Exchange (continued)||For Students and Families: Register for CIEE's weekly Wednesday info session here|
Click here to sign up for more information
|2023–24 Angelo Del Toro Puerto Rican/Hispanic Youth Leadership Institute||The application for the New York City delegation of the Angelo Del Toro Puerto Rican/Hispanic Youth Leadership Institute (PR/HYLI) is now available. Hispanic/Latino(a)(e)(x) high school students may apply to the institute. The program is designed to empower these students and provide a platform for student leadership. Selected delegates will be invited to attend an in-person debate at the New York State Senate Chambers in Albany, NY where all NY delegates will meet and debate the legislative bills learned. Seniors who participate in PR/HYLI may also apply for a college scholarship.||9-12||How to Apply|
|CUNY STEM Research Academy||The Baruch College Now STEM Research Academy is designed to provide NYC public high school students with an opportunity to build their science knowledge and skills by engaging in ‘authentic inquiry’ activities. Twenty-five students will be selected based on NY State High School Regents Exams in English and math, GPA, writing sample, and transcript review.
The Academy uses a two-semester (spring and summer) program model. Students selected are enrolled in a college-credit research methods course during the spring to strengthen necessary skills, such as formulating a strong research question, designing testable experiments, performing literature searches, and reading scientific literature.
|10-11th graders||Academic STEM||Timeline
Application period (mid-October to December)
Students will be informed of decisions mid-December
Student Orientation (January)
Spring course (end of January to mid-May; Hybrid)
Mentor/mentee meet and greet (June)
Summer research experience (July to August; Monday through Thursday; approximately 5-6 weeks)
End of summer Project Fair (mid-August; subject to change)
|FREE||DEADLINE is December 1st||Apply here||STEM Research Academy||CollegeNow@baruch.cuny.edu|
|Seeds of Fortune Inc. Scholars||The Yale Women in Economics Scholarship Program is a unique opportunity for High School Juniors (Class of 2025) who want to become financially literate and excel in their academic and professional pursuits. Qualifications: Identify as a Female Student of color (African-American, Asian-American, Latino, or Native American), have a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.0, household income not exceeding $125,000. $2000 Scholarship for Cost of Attendance to (4) Day Yale residential overnight & Admission visit|
Date: Sunday, July 28 - Thurs, Aug 1, 2024
|11th grade (Class of 2025)||College Readiness/ Admissions Process||July 28, 2024 - August 1, 2024||FREE||Priority: December 1, 2023 Regular: January, 15, 2024||Apply here||Website|
|Vaughn College’s Science and Technology Entry Program (STEP)||At Vaughn College in Flushing Queens, we offer the Science and Technology Entry Program (STEP), a New York State grant which is a free program for eligible participants. Students must be in 7th-12th grade, NY residents, and economically disadvantaged, or African American, Hispanic/Latino, Alaskan Native or American Indian. If economically disadvantaged, we need proof of income via tax documents, but if applying via ethnicity we do not income status. 11th and 12th graders have the option to take our STEP courses and/or college credits. Students can meet with a tutor virtually after school for homework/test preparation.||9-12||Course Offerings: BAsic Flight, Advanced FLight, STEM design with 3D modeling, Basic Coding with Engineering and Soft Skills.||The first Day of Spring 2024 for college classes is Jan 16.||FREE||Last day of registration, Friday, Jan 5.||Apply Here||https://www.vaughn.edu/student-life/science-and-technology-entry-program-step/||STEPacademy@Vaughn.edu|
|Spring 2024 Vaughn COLLEGE CLASSES for 11th and 12th graders only: in-person/on campus||Spring 2024 Vaughn COLLEGE CLASSES for 11th and 12th graders only: in-person/on campus
EET 115 Electrical circuits I, Thursdays 6:00pm-7:50pm, must have pre-calculus knowledge
ENG110, English I, Mondays 2:00pm-3:30pm, and Wednesdays 2:00pm-3:30pm *
ENG120, English 2 (for those who successfully completed ENG110), Thursdays 4:00pm-6:50pm
MATH115, Precalculus, Tuesdays 5:00pm-8:50pm *
|Baruch STEP Academy (a free STEM enrichment and college readiness program)||The program offers in-person and remote programming for high school and a remote course for middle school for 11 Saturdays. |
IN-PERSON HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAM
Meet on 11 Saturdays from January 27th - April 13th . There is no session on February 24th. Course descriptions can be found on the applications.
Students will be enrolled in two courses in the morning and an afternoon workshop.
REMOTE HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAM
Kaplan Scholars Program: Intensive Online SAT Preparation Course | 9 sessions | Grades 10 & 11 | $175 fee
March 11, 2024 - April 15, 2024 | Time: Mondays & Wednesdays from 7pm-9pm | There are two exam dates that end at 9:45p
|Grades 7-12||Remote and in-person options available||The program will start on January 27th and conclude on April 13th. The Kaplan Scholars Program will run on Mondays and Wednesdays from March 11th - April 15th.||varies on program||Priority Deadline- December 1st | Rolling Admissions- January 1st||Remote: Application- https://tinyurl.com/KaplanScholarsSpring24 |
In-Person: Academic Enrichment Program Application- https://tinyurl.com/Spring2024AcademicHS
|More information can be found at step.baruch.cuny.edu, which due to a technical issue- has not been updated as yet to reflect the spring programming.||All questions should be directed to BaruchSTEP@gmail.com|
|Columbia University: Summer High School Academic Program for Engineers (SHAPE)||SHAPE is a summer program for current high school students to experience college-level Columbia Engineering courses and life on Columbia’s Morningside campus. SHAPE provides students who are curious about STEM an opportunity to explore different engineering disciplines and work in labs. All courses are taught by Columbia Engineering faculty.|
We are offering courses that were popular last year such as Biomedical Engineering, Electrical Engineering, and Robotics. We are also offering new courses in Civil Engineering, Competitive Computer Programming, and Data Science.
|High School Students||In-person STEM opportunity||Summer 2024 consists of two sessions: |
Session 1: July 8-July 26 &
Session 2: July 29-August 16
9:00 am to 5:00 pm
|The cost per session is $5,500. Financial aid based on need is also available for students. Lunch is provided and so are all course materials.||PRIORITY DEADLINE: |
MARCH 26TH, 2024
|Website found email@example.com|
|St. Jude Leadership Society||Offering Leadership Development, Shared Experiences, and Transformational Fundraising||9-12||Volunteer Hours||ranges||Free||Nov 24th||Websitefirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Thrive Scholars||Thrive Academies is a free commuter two-year college preparation program for 11th graders, currently available in Los Angeles and New York City. Our program features two six-week summer programs at a local college to prepare you for applying to and thriving at highly selective institutions.||11th grade||College Preparation||Ranges||Free||December 15, 2023||Apply||Website|
|Thrive Scholars (6 Year Program)||Thrive Scholars provides high-achieving students of color from low income backgrounds with the opportunities they need to thrive at top colleges and in meaningful careers. The 6-Year Program is a free college and career success program designed to support Scholars on their journey from high school into high-trajectory careers.||11th grade||College Preparation||Ranges||Free||December 15, 2023||Apply||Website|
Professions Recruitment and Exposure Program (HPREP)
|The Weill Cornell chapter of the Student National Medical Association (SNMA) is pleased to announce its annual Health|
Professions Recruitment and Exposure Program (HPREP) for high school students. This program, developed in 1989 by
SNMA, seeks to address the issues of low enrollment rates of underrepresented populations in medicine. While the 2024
program will be held virtually, we hope to have at least one in-person session.
|10th and 11th grade||Medical Field Preparation||Friday afternoons from 4:15 – 6:30 PM during the months of January, February, and March.||January 2nd, 2023||Register||Websiteemail@example.com|