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1AnimalsAdventures in VeterinaryMedicineallhttp://www.tufts.edu/vet/avm/Two week intensive program at Tufts University School of VeterinaryMedicine. Attend lectures by our faculty, participate in laboratoriesand engage in hand-on activities with animals. Some sessions areresidential; others are not.Rolling(Filled bymid-Feb)
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2AnimalsAlliance for Animalsallwww.afaboston.orgA variety of opportunities are available, such as assisting in the kennell,assisting the vets, or assisting in the office. Volunteer position requires a 6 month commitment Rolling
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3AnimalsAnimal Rescue Leagueage 16+http://www.arlboston.org/volunteer/A variety of opportunities are available in three general areas: directanimal care, animal socialization, and staff support.Rolling
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4AnimalsMSPCA Angell MemorialAnimal Care andAdoption Centerage 16+www.mspca.orgA variety of opportunities are available, such as playing with animals,photographing animals, cleaning and walking animals.Rolling
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5AnimalsNew England AquariumSummer Teen InternProgramages 15 - 17http://www.neaq.org/get_involved/volunteerin g_and_internships/internships/summer_teen _internships/index.phpPaid internships in various departments in the Aquarium, such aseducation and the gift shop. Attend workshops and field trips.3/1/2017
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6AnimalsZooTeen Programages 15 - 17http://www.zoonewengland.org/discover/famil ies,-youth-and-teens/youth-teen-programsOver a period of seven weeks, these teens work in variousdepartments, including but not limited to Animal Care, Development,Membership, and Guest Services. Attend professional developmentclasses and participate in fun student activities.Rolling
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Arts (Visual andPerforming)
Art Institute of BostonPre-College Programallhttp://www.lesley.edu/aib/curriculum/precolle ge.htmlYoung Artist Program provides full scholarship to attend Summer Pre-College Program. Courses taught by artists and designers, includingweb design, animation, drawing boot camp, mural painting, figuredrawing, sulpture, color, black & white, and digital photo, fashionillustration, graphic design, video production, and more. Earn creditsfor courses taken and an hourly stipend. Young Artist Residencyprogram allows students to live on campus and take full course load.Must be rising junior or senior.04/01/2017
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Artists for Humanityages 14 - 18http://afhboston.org/getinvolved.htmlWork alongside professional artists in a variety of studios (painting,screen printing, photo, sculpture, and graphic design). Receive astipend after a successful internship. Earn a percentage of any of yourwork that sells.Rolling
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Arts (Visual andPerforming)
BAC Summer Academy(Boston ArchitecturalCollege)entering 9-12www.the-bac.edu/summerArchitecture academy includes hands-on projects, interactive learning,and educational field trips to design firms. Design and build a teamproject. Month of July.June 15, 2017
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Berklee College of MusicSummer Programsallhttp://www.berklee.edu/summer/A wide variety of musical summer offerings.Rolling
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Arts (Visual andPerforming)
City Spotlights TeenLeadership Councilages 14-19http://www.citicenter.org/discover/education- and-community-programs/programs/city- spotlights-teen-leadership-councilThe mission of the Citi Performing Arts Center's Teen LeadershipCouncil is to empower teens to recognize and utilize their potential asartistic leaders and community advocates. Teens have the opportunityto work with children, local organizations and creative professionals tocelebrate and strengthen their neighborhoods through the arts.Rolling
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Arts (Visual andPerforming)
City Stage Teen Stagesages 14-19http://www.citystage.org/teenstages.htmlFree drama program Mon - Thurs evenings; learn acting,improvisation and playwrightingFirst come,first served
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Arts (Visual andPerforming)
Company Oneall teenswww.companyone.orgTwo week sessions, with morning and afternoon options, focused onacting skillsFirst come,first served
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Dot Artmature teenswww.dotart.orgLow-cost or free workshops in a variety of visual artsFirst come,first served
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Emerson College Arts &Communications Pre-College Studio Programsallhttp://www.emerson.edu/academics/pre- college/pre-college-studio-programsFive week non-residential summer programs in: Acting Program,Creative Writers Workshop, Filmmakers Studio, Musical TheatreProgram, Stage Design Studio
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Arts (Visual andPerforming)
Girls Rock Camp Bostonup to age 17http://girlsrockboston.org/programs/girls- summer-sessionsGirls Rock Boston is a week long summer program for girls ages 8 to17 working to empower girls and encourage positive self esteemthrough music education and performance. During the week, girlsreceive instrument instruction (guitar, bass, drums, vocals orkeyboards), form a band, write an original song, and perform at a soldout rock venue- in just one week. As well as band formations, bandcoaching, and band practice- we include workshops such as self-defense, songwriting, women in rock history and screen printing.Rolling
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Arts (Visual andPerforming)
Improv Bostonallhttp://www.improvboston.com/training/youth. htmlImprov and comedy workshop at all levels; Scholarships available bywriting an essay and submitting a letter of recommendation.Internships also available.Rolling
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Arts (Visual andPerforming)
MassArt CreativeVacationthrough grade9http://www.massart.edu/x1116.xmlArt classes for students of all abilities. Classes in a variety of forms ofart. Also includes visits to museums and studios and meetings withartists.First come,first served -Apply earlyforscholarship.
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MassArt Summer Studiosrising 11 - 12http://www.massart.edu/x1117.xmlIntensive pre-professional training program for students interested inpursuing a art in college. All types of art classes offered fromfundamentals to printmaking to filmmaking to animation to fashiondesign and more. Includes field trips to artists' studios, museums, andgalleries.Rolling.Apply earlyforscholarship.
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Mayor's Mural Crewages 16+http://www.publicartboston.com/content/mayo rs-mural-crewCreate murals around the city.3/30/2017
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Museum of Fine ArtsTeen Arts Councilages 15 - 18http://www.mfa.org/programs/teen-programsWork on a variety of activities, such as creating and producing teen-focused events, greeting and giving information to Museum visitors,and creating wall labels to accompany the Museum's art collections. Inaddition, attend workshops and training sessions designed to developyour creative and critical thinking skills.Application Deadline hasn't been posted
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Riverside Theatre WorksTeen Musical TheatreProduction Programages 13 - 19http://www.rtwboston.org/classes.html#summ ercampFour week evening program focused on presenting a fully staged,costumed, choreographed production. Auditions required. Participatein daily improv games, acting workshops, dance hours, and vocal one-on-one lessons.Auditions inMay
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Arts (Visual andPerforming)
School of the Museum ofFine Arts Pre-CollegeSummer Studiorising 11 - 12http://www.smfa.edu/-pre-college-summer- studioExplore painting, drawing, printmaking, sculpture, installation, video,digital photo, sound art, and performance. Includes visits fromrenowned artists, museum tours, and your own graduate studentmentor.4/10/2015
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Arts (Visual andPerforming)
Snow Farm Summer HighSchool Programages 14 - 18http://www.snowfarm.org/high_school_crafts_ program.htmlLive and work on a farm in Western MA while participating in avariety of art classes, such as photo, ceramics, metalsmithing, jewelrymaking, drawing, glass blowing, and textile art. In the evenings,participate in social activities and sports. On the weekends, go onfield trips.Rolling.Scholarshipdeadline3/1/2015
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Arts (Visual andPerforming)
Studio Four (BostonChildren's Theater)ages 13 - 19http://bostonchildrenstheatre.org/summer/stu dio-four/Intensive pre-professional training program for students interested inpursuing a career in musical theater or technical theatre. Create aproduction with the assistance of professionals.First come,first served
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27ChildrenSummer at ParkLeadership-in-Trainingrising 9 - 10http://summeratpark.org/main/program_detail /counselors-in-trainingFour week program focused on developing leadership skills. Engagein trust-building activities, assist in the academic and recreational campgroups, and benefit from mentoring.Rolling
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Arts (Visual andPerforming)
SummerArts CITsages 11-14http://cmcb.org/programs/summer-programs- 2016/Teens will enjoy group instruction in drama, dance, visual arts, popsongs and a cappella singing in addition to assisting our faculty andparticipating in all SummerARTS activities.First come,first served
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Arts (Visual andPerforming)
Theatre Offensive TrueColors Summer Programages 14 - 22http://www.thetheateroffensive.org/events- programming/true-colors-2/audition-for-true- colors/Four week summer program; Meets three times a week, focusing ontheatrical training and skill building, including scene study, characterdevelopment, movement and voice work, etc.First come,first served
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WPI EmergingFilmmakersrising 11 -12http://www.wpi.edu/academics/k12/emerging- filmmakers.htmlIn this week-long residential program at WPI, you will learn how towrite a script and to stage, shoot, and edit your own short narrativefilm (digital video format).4/30/2016
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Arts (Visual andPerforming)
Wheelock Family Theatreallhttp://www.wheelockfamilytheatre.org/classes .aspxVarious acting workshops for all levels; Scholarships availableFirst come,first served
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Zumixallwww.zumix.orgLarge variety of musical programs for teens, including a song writingand performance program, a rock and roll band, tehater, vocal groups,audio engineering, instrumental lessons, and radio training.First come,first served
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Business/Entrepeneurship
Babson EntreprenueurialDevelopment Experiencerising 11 - 12http://www.babson.edu/admission/visiting- students/high-school/Pages/entrepreneurial- development-experience.aspxIn the classroom, you will learn how to grow your commercial orsocial venture and develop tools and resources for your business.Through the lens of Entrepreneurial Thought and Action you willevaluate your ideas, develop frameworks to access feasibility and learnhow to utilize your resources to modify your plans and take action.Attend engaging classroom discussions, collaborate across businessesand meet with business leaders and Babson undergraduate andgraduate student mentors. During the weekends, you will participate incommunity service projects and explore Boston.4/1/2015
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Business/Entrepeneurship
Kelly School of BusinessMEET Kelley (IndianaUniv.)rising 11 - 12http://kelley.iu.edu/Ugrad/PreCollege/MEETK elley/page39079.htmlMEET Kelley is a unique pre-college summer program for high-abilitystudents to get introduced to the Kelley School of Business, learn theopportunities available, experience a professional business casecompetition, and ultimately consider transitioning to Kelley after highschool.4/15/2016
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Business/Entrepeneurship
Leadership Institute forEntrepreneurship (LIFE)at SusquehannaUniversityrising 10 - 12http://www.susqu.edu/about/life.aspOne-week residential program. In a simulated entrepreneurialexperience as real business owners, LIFE participants work in teams,start and run their own business, and handle the success andchallenges that any new business might throw at them.Rolling
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Opportunities to Learnabout Business (OLAB)at Wabash Collegerising 12th gradhttp://www.wabash.edu/olab/One-week, residential, FREE hands-on introduction to business andthe market economy. In addition to presentations by businessprofessionals and Wabash College faculty, you and your teammates will run a mock business and compete against other teams that areselling a similar product. You’ll make decisions like how manyproducts to produce, how to market them, how much to sell them for,and how much to pay your employees.4/20/2016
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Business/Entrepeneurship
Wall Street 101 (BentleyCollege)rising 11 - 12http://www.bentley.edu/centers/trading- room/wall-street-101Five-day, non-residential program. Learn about the financial industryand other business fields. Conduct simulated trading sessions.Includes field trips to Boston investment firms.4/15/2016
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39ChildrenJunior Counselor (BirdStreet)ages 16-17www.birdstreet.orgWork three days per week for eight weeks at Bird Street camps.4/13/2014(2016deadline notyet available.)
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40ChildrenPhillips Brooks HouseAssociation SummerUrban Programs JuniorCounselorages 15+www.sup.pbha.orgWork 35 hours per week at one of the PBHA's summr camps forelementary and middle-school aged youth.Priority:2/15/2015Rolling until4/1/2015
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41ChildrenSociedad Latina SeedlingsSummer ProgramLeader-in-Trainhttp://www.sociedadlatina.org/Summer Seedlings is a camp focused on arts and sciences. Volunteerto be a Leader-in-Training or get paid to be an Education YouthLeaders. Both positions involve working with the younger children inthe camp as a positive role model.6/1/2013(2014deadline notyet available.)
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42ChildrenWhite Stadium SportsCamp Junior Counselorallhttp://www.bostonyouthzone.com/teenzone /employment/byf/pdfs/2010/White%20Stad ium%20Sports%20Ctr.%20Youth%20Applica tion.pdfDuties include but are not limited to assisting sports instructors withsetting up and breaking down the various stations, assist with the dailysports instruction, sports center maintenance and various otheroperational needs.3/27/2015
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CommunityActivism andService
Babson Idea GenerationExperiencerising 11 - 12http://www.babson.edu/admission/visiting- students/high-school/Pages/home.aspxA five week, residential experience at Babson College. Classroomsessions provide a lively environment to explore and approach worldproblems through the lens of Entrepreneurial Thought and Action. Beinspired by innovative business leaders and real-world examples boththrough lectures and site visits. You will then work in groups todevelop small-scale, implementable solutions to specific issues andcompete by pitching your action plans. Weekdays consist of structured classroom activities, team project time, and meetings withindustry professionals. During the weekends, you will participate incommunity service projects and explore Boston.4/15/2013(2014deadline notyet available.)
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CommunityActivism andService
Boston Rescue Missionallhttp://www.brm.org/volunteer.phpVolunteer in the kitchen, preparing and serving meals.Rolling
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CommunityActivism andService
Community Servingsallhttp://www.servings.org/volunteer/volunteer.cfmCommunity Servings is dedicated to providing free home-deliveredmeals throughout Eastern Massachusetts to people homebound withHIV/AIDS and other acute life-threatening illnesses, who are unableto shop or cook for themselves. Volunteer to prepare meals.Rolling
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CommunityActivism andService
Cradles to CrayonsHSwww.cradlestocrayons.orgHelp in the warehouse with donations, run a drive, etc.Rolling
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CommunityActivism andService
Ethosallwww.ethocare.orgBring happiness to the life of a lonely elderly person. Volunteer as anelder companion, a shopper/shopping escort, telephone caller, ormedical escort.Rolling
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CommunityActivism andService
Greater Boston FoodBankage 16+http://www.gbfb.org/how-to- help/volunteer.phpWe depend on volunteers to inspect, sort, and repack "salvaged" foodand grocery products which we receive. These items are thenredistributed to nearly 600 hunger-relief agencies throughout easternMassachusetts. Volunteers under 18 require an adult chaperone.Rolling
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CommunityActivism andService
Pine Street Innallhttp://www.pinestreetinn.org/volunteer.phpPine Street Inn provides shelter, housing and other crucial services tohomeless men and women. Volunteer as a breakfast server, sandwichmaker, or receptionist.Rolling
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CommunityActivism andService
Rosie's Place
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http://www.rosiesplace.org/volunteerApproximately 150 women and children eat lunch and dinner with useach day. Volunteers help prepare and serve the meals, as well as assist with the opening and closing of the Dining Room. Must make a3 month commitment.Rolling
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CommunityActivism andService
Samaritans SamarateenHotline SummerInternshipage 15+http://samaritanshope.org/volunteering/Learn to be there for people struggling with loneliness, depression, orsuicidal feelings. Attend an intensive training weekend. Then, helpstaff the Samaritans 24-hour hotline at least 8 hours per week throughthe summer.Rolling
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CommunityActivism andService
The Food Projectages 14 - 17www.thefoodproject.orgFor six and a half weeks, youth farm on both urban and suburbanland, sell produce at farmers' markets, prepare and serve lunches inlocal soup kitchens and homeless shelters, and participate incommunity lunches where neighbors, youth, staff, and visitors cometogether to share the harvest. Youth also participate in workshopseach week, covering issues of diversity awareness, hunger andhomelessness, sustainable agriculture, and personal reflection.3/4/2016
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CommunityActivism andService
The History Projectallwww.historyproject.orgThe History Project is a volunteer-driven organization focused ondocumenting the history of the GLBT community in Boston. Call tofind out about current volunteer opportunities.Rolling
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Environmental/Outdoors
Appalachian MountainClub Teen WildernessAdventureages 12-18http://www.outdoors.org/recreation/teen- wilderness-adventures/Teen Wilderness Adventures combine one or more outdoor activities--like hiking, rock climbing, backpacking, kayaking, canoeing, andmountain biking--with spectacular destinations such as the WhiteMountains region of northern New Hampshire and western Maine, the Lakes Region of central New Hampshire, the Maine Highland ofnorthern Maine, and Acadia National Park.First come,first served(sold out byApril)
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Appalachian MountainClub Volunteersallhttp://www.outdoors.org/conservation/trails/v olunteer/index.cfmMany opportunities to volunteer outdoors. Clear, create, and maintaintrails. Even go on a "vacation" with other teens interested in theoutdoors to volunteer together in unique natural areas.First come,first served(sold out byApril)
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Grand Canyon Youthtripsages 12-19http://www.gcyouth.org/Wildnerness trips in the Grand Canyon include river rafting, hiking,and other adventure activities. Most of these trips have a programtheme. For example, there are science service-learning trips, a trip foryoung writers and for Native American Youth Artists. Includesrequired community service prior to the trip.First come,first served(sold out byMay)
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Hyde Park Green Teamages 15 - 17http://www.swbcdc.org/Programs/greenteam. phpThe Green Team’s activities include clean-up and beautification of various parts of Hyde Park. Participants attend trainings, workshops,and field trips focused on various topics geared toward “greening” and sustainability including: basic bike maintenance; bike safety;landscaping; trail building; green building design; and water qualitysampling and testing. Green Team members use bicycles as theirprimary mode of transportation to and from work sites in order topractice an alternative form of “green” transportation.
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Summer ArchaeologyInstituteallhttp://www.wakefieldtrust.org/site/programs/s ummer-institutes.htmlDesigned for high school students interested in learning aboutarchaeology and local history. Participants conduct an actualarchaeological excavation on site under the direction of graduatestudents from Boston University. The institute is a two-week coursethat includes a field trip to visit other active archaeological sites in theBoston area.First come,first served
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Thompson Island GreenAmbassadorsages 15 - 18http://thompsonisland.org/programs/green- ambassadors/Engage in environmental stewardship projects on Thompson Islandand other Boston Harbor Islands. Green Corps projects focus ongarden, trails, and facilities maintenance, including developing acomposting and recycling program for Thompson Island. Youth willalso participate in life and work skills development workshops and willbe provided opportunities for peer leadership, mentoring, andcurriculum development for other TIOBEC youth programs.3/20/2015
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Youth ConservationCorpsages 15 - 17http://www.bostonnatural.org/YCC.htmWork in a team of 10 - 12 youth to complete conservation projects,trail building, and other activities in the natural areas of Boston. Alsotake a canoeing trip and participate in college and career workshops.3/9/2014(2015deadline notyet available.)
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General SearchTools
Boston Navigatorallwww.bostonavigator.orgDatabase of out-of-school programs
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General SearchTools
Boston Youth FundSuccesslinkage 15-18www.bostonyouthzone.com/teenzone/employ ment/byfSummer jobs in Boston, funded by the Mayor. Students are given jobplacements by lottery and have 48 hours to accept an offered position.3/27/2015online or byphone (617-635-4673)
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Boston Youth Zoneallwww.bostonyouthzone.comSign up for e-newsletter to receive monthly updates on programs
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BPS Summer Stuffallhttp://www.bostonpublicschools.org/summe rListing of summer opportunities published by BPS
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City of Bostonallwww.CityofBoston.govJob postings available for student internships in various city offices
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Summer Works: ABCDage 14+www.bostonABCD.orgMust sign up at your local ABCD office
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Venture Scholars Pre-College SummerEnrichment Programsallhttp://www.venturescholar.org/hs/enrichme nt.htmlListing of summer enrichment programs on college campuses
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Law/Government
Boston City Governmentallhttp://www.bostonyouthzone.com/teenzone/e mployment/byf/pdfs/2010/Summer%20Jobs %20in%20City%20Govt.%202010.pdfSummer Jobs in City Government provides intern positions to highschool students to learn about government services from theperspective of a city department. In addition, students will participatein an educational program, "Your Government and You", whichprovides training on city budgeting, the city's people, public speaking,teamwork, problem solving, college applications and financial aid.3/27/2015
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Emerson College PoliticalCommunication,Advocacy, and LeadershipInstitute for High SchoolStudentsrising 10 - 12http://www.emerson.edu/academics/professio nal-studies/programs-high-school- students/political-communication-programOne week-long intensive program aimed at high school students whowish to understand the crucial role of communication in politics,advocacy, and leadership in a democratic society. The Institute iscentered upon a number of important issues, including public service,social advocacy, civic engagement, crisis management, public policy,global politics, and communicating with the media.Priority:5/1/2015Regulardeadline:6/15/2015
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National Bar AssociationCrump Law Camp
ages 14 - 17;grades rising 9 -11
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B- qGULx0dDVgNzkySFNBSm13Yk0/viewProvides an introduction to the American judicial system. Residentialtwo week camp at Howard University. The camp provides studentswith an exciting academic and social agenda, which includes field tripsin the Washington, DC area. The competitive highlight of the camp isthe Evett L. Simmons Mock Trial Competition. The four winners ofthis competition are invited to the NBA's Annual Convention.3/15/2014
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Tufts Summer Study:Ethics and GlobalCitizenshiprising 11 - 12http://ase.tufts.edu/tuftsSummerStudy/ethics. aspNon-residential program on the Tufts campus. A course thatexamines ethics and philosophy of controversial issues such as gaymarriage, cloning, and the death penalty. The structure of the classwith emphasize reasoned and respectful discussion.6/3/2014
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72LeadershipAcademy IntroductionMission at U.S. CoastGuard Academyrising 12th gradhttp://www.uscga.edu/admissions2.aspx?id= 88One-week summer program that gives you the chance to see if theAcademy is right for you, and if you have what it takes to succeed. Ifyou are selected, you will experience the rigor, discipline, and rewardsof the Academy, just like a cadet, for a week in July following yourjunior year in high school. You will meet faculty and staff; learn aboutour academic, military, and athletic programs; talk with cadets whohave sailed on Eagle, flown aircraft, and started their leadershipjourney; and meet with Coast Guard professionals who are protectingour nation right now.4/1/2015
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73LeadershipBank of America StudentLeadersrising 12+http://www.bankofamerica.com/foundation/in dex.cfm?template=fd_studentleaders8 week paid internship at a non-profit/charitable organization. Oneweek all-expenses-paid leaderhsip summit in Washington, DC.Rolling
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74LeadershipBarnard College YoungWomen's LeadershipInstituterising 11 -12http://barnard.edu/precollege/summer-in-the- city/programs/ywliYoung Women's Leadership Institute participants should be curious,passionate, and willing to take risks. The Young Women's LeadershipInstitute will allow you to develop those qualities and push you in newdirections as you explore leadership through a feminist lens. Readingand writing assignments, along with off-campus site visits in NewYork City, will all be part of your experience. The institute will focuson gender issues, social change, and leadership.6/5/2015
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75LeadershipBrookview House TeenVisionariesallhttp://barnard.edu/precollege/summer-in-the- city/programs/ywliTeen Visionaries is a program that prepares youth for life and work byhelping them develop a new vision for their lives. The focus is onimproving academics and behavioral health. The objective is to address social, emotional and cognitive factors; develop leadership andjob readiness skills; and empower teens by helping them develop skillsto recognize and address unhealthy relationships.Rolling
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76LeadershipGirls' Leap Teen Mentorsages 14 - 17http://www.girlsleap.orgGirls’ LEAP (Lifetime Empowerment & Awareness Program) is a safety and self-defense skills program which combines both PhysicalSelf-Defense Skills and Reflective Skills. We teach girls, ages 8-18, inthe Greater Boston area, by partnering with local organizations andagencies. Girls’ LEAP programs are taught by teams of adult women, college-aged women and teen-aged girls. Positions combine teaching,meetings, workshops and creating your own Digital Story.3/25/2016
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77LeadershipInIt (The LeadershipInitiative)allhttp://www.ywcaboston.org/init/Program run by the Boston Center for Community and Justice focused on discussing tough issues and developing the leadership skillsnecessary to tackle those issues. Begins with a week-long program inAugust focused on understanding diversity, society, and self.Continues throughout the year with workshops each quarter, careermentoring from a professional in your chosen field, and socialactivities with others who care about social justice.4/17/2015
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78LeadershipKelly School of BusinessYoung Women's Instituterising 12th gradhttp://kelley.iu.edu/Ugrad/PreCollege/page39 077.htmlFree one week residential program at Kelly School of Businessfocused on leadership development.3/19/2015
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79LeadershipLead Americaallhttp://www.envisionexperience.com/7 to 10 day conferences at various colleges throughout the countryfocused on one of the following topics: leadership, engineering androbots, global business and entrepenuership, law and justice, mediaand journalism, medicine and healthcare, and theatre arts.First come,first served
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80LeadershipMorehouse College CocaCola Pre-CollegeLeadership Programrising 11-12http://www.morehouse.edu/centers/leadershi pcenter/pre-college.htmlOne week residential program at Morehouse College for young meninterested in developing leadership skills. Highly interactive program,including indoor and outdoor activites.3/19/2015
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82LeadershipNational YouthLeadership Forumrising 11 - 12http://www.nylf.org/Attend the Forum on Law and CSI, the Forum on Medicine, theForum on National Security, or the Forum on Collegiate Succes.Learn about the chosen profession, meet with profesionals in the field,and gain hands-on experience. Also participate in social activities.Focused on helping youth make informed career decisions.First come,first served.
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83LeadershipSociedad Latina YouthCommunity Organizersages 14 - 18http://www.sociedadlatina.org/Receive training in public speaking, writing editorials, communityoutreach, and understanding the political system. Then use those skillsto make a difference in the community, focusing on violenceprevention, health promotion, and neighborhood redevelopment.2015deadline notyet available.
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85LeadershipThe City School SummerLeadership Programallhttp://thecityschool.org/summer-leadership- programInternships and workshops on social justice and leadership. Exploretopics such as education, health, immigration, community organizing,housing, homelessness, and more. Intern two days a week at localnonprofits. Implement student-led Community Action Project with asmall group.Mar.-May(Register theFriday beforean interviewsession. Theearlier youinterview, thegreater yourchances ofbeingaccepted)
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86LeadershipUnited States NavalAcademy SummerSeminarrising 12th gradhttp://www.usna.edu/Admissions/nass.htmFast-paced, six-day experience for high achievers who have completedtheir junior year in high school. Summer Seminar teaches you about life at the Naval Academy, where academics, athletics, and professionaltraining play equally important roles in developing our nation's leaders.You will live in Bancroft Hall (the dormitory in which all Academymidshipmen live), eat in the dining hall, participate in academic andleadership workshops and experience a variety of other activities on the campus. You will have an opportunity to see first-hand what theAcademy has to offer through its exceptional academic, athletic,extracurricular activities and leadership training programs.3/31/2015
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Leaders-inTraining:Rising 10 - 12Teen Treks:Rising 9 - 12
http://www.massaudubon.org/Nature_Connec tion/Sanctuaries/Wildwood/programs.phpThree week Leaders-in-Training program at Wildwood Camp inRindge, NH includes the fun of camp, sharing talents, exploringenvironmental issues, and helping younger campers with their dailyactivities. Teen Treks are one week adventures in various locationsaround New England. Learn hiking, backpacking, rock climbing,kayaking, and more.First come,first served.
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88LeadershipWPI Leadership Academyfor Young Womenrising 8 - 10http://www.wpi.edu/academics/k12/leadershipacademy.htmlAt this week long residential program, participants will build creativityand confidence. Learn leadership, presentation skills, projectmanagement and work in teams in a variety of themed days. Meetleading women executives in lunchtime forums. The curriculum hasbeen designed to provide a unique, hands-on learning experience andwill be taught by WPI faculty and students.Rolling
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89LeadershipYoung AchieversSummer Instituterising 8 - 10http://www.ymcaboston.org/achievers/ach ievers-programs/summer-instituteOne and two week sessions focused on college, career exploration,and arts/ communication. Can sign up for more than one session.Sessions include field trips, speakrs, workshops, and hands-onactivities.First come,first served.
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MathMath and Science for Minority Students (MS)^2 9https://www.andover.edu/summersessionoutreach/mathscience/pages/default.aspxFive week program offered to 35 African America, Hispanic/Latino, and Native American students who have a demonstrated financial need. The program provides challenges to better prepare scholars for college and possible careers in engineering, medicine, computer technology, and other science-related fields.12/15/16
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90MathHampshire CollegeSummer Studies inMathematics (HCSSiM)allhttp://www.hcssim.org/Six week residential program at Hampshire College. Participants areexpected to spend a major portion of each day actively engaged inlearning, doing, and sharing mathematics. The daily schedule includes4 hours of class meetings each morning, Monday-Saturday, the PrimeTime Theorem in the afternoon, and problem sessions in the evening.Afternoons are devoted to rest, recreation and informal study.Rolling
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91MathMath is NOT my Enemyallwww.birdstreet.orgFor females only. Improve your math skills in individual, group, andonline support and create, script, act, film, and distribute an original 25minute video about your experiences overcoming math deficiency.4/13/2013(2014deadline notyet available.)
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92MathPricewaterhouseCoopersAccounting CareersLeadership Instituterising 12th gradhttp://www.bryant.edu/admissions/for- guidance-counselors/pwc-accounting-careersleadership-institute.htmWeek-long, residential, hands-on opportunity for Latino/a and AfricanAmerican or Black juniors (rising seniors) in high school to learn moreabout the accounting profession and about the key role accountantsplay in society. Throughout the program, students work directly withBryant University faculty, staff, and students, as well as professionalsfrom PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) – the largest professional services firm in the world.3/16/2013(2014deadline notyet available.)
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93MathPROMYSrising 9 - 12www.promys.orgAttend lectures and demonstrations focused on number theory andmathematical discovery. Meet with professional mathemeticians.Residential program at BU.4/1/2015
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94MathSummer Math Institute atthe University of NorthTexas
rising 7 - 11thgrade
http://tams.unt.edu/academics/summer-math-instituteThree-week residential program focused on math. Students enroll inone course (Algebra I, Geometry, Algebra II, or Pre-Calculus).Students are in class 6 hours per day, with social activities in theevenings and on weekends.4/17/2015
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95Medical/HealthAIDS Action Committeeof MA
varies dependin
http://www.aac.org/site/PageServer?pagena me=volunteer_opportunitiesVolunteer in a variety of roles, such as a switchboard operator,preparing food packages, or at Boomerang's Resale Store.Rolling
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96Medical/HealthBAHEC (Boston AreaHealth Education Center)Y2HC (Youth to HealthCareers) SummerEnrichment Programgrades 8 - 11http://www.bphc.org/whatwedo/Teens/boston- area-health-education- center/Pages/bahec.aspxYouth to Health Careers (Y2HC) includes academic enrichmentcoures in math, science, language arts, and the arts at BU School ofMedicine, health career internships, and public health seminars.3/16/2016
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97Medical/HealthBeth Israel DeaconessSummer Health CorpsProgramages 14-17http://www.bidmc.org/About-BIDMC/Volunteer-Services/Summer-Health-Corps-Program.aspxVolunteer 5 hours per day Mon-Thurs for 6 weeks in a hospitalsetting. Work in departments such as transportation, admitting, foodservice, reception, outpation clinics, the giftshop, and others. Tourvarious medical center departments and attend sessions to learn about1/15/17
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Medical/HealthMGH Youth Scholars 9-12th grade
http://www.massgeneral.org/cchi/services/treatmentprograms.aspx?id=1492&display=about
Research shows that educational attainment is highly correlated with economic status, and is the largest predictor of health status. Every year for the past two decades Mass General has inspired hundreds of Boston youth who are interested in health and science careers with activities and employment opportunities. MGH is committed to expanding the horizons of these young people as a health improvement strategy as well as a workforce development strategy.
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98Medical/HealthBoston Medical Centerage 16+http://www.bmc.org/about/volunteer.htmVolunteer to work with patients, visitor, in offices, or on specialprojects. Must commit at least 50 hours.Rolling
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