|LIU Summer Honors Institute||This summer, rising high school seniors can pursue their passion and get a taste of college life at one of LIU's residential campuses in New York. The Summer Honors Institute @ LIU is a one-week intensive that will give you the chance to immerse yourself in different fields of study. You’ll work closely with distinguished faculty mentors and gain invaluable experience through hands-on projects and field trips. All accepted students receive free tuition and housing.||enrichment program||11||free (only costs are meals and transportation)||Long Island and Brooklyn, NY||4/1/2017||http://www.liu.edu/CWPost/SHI||application not yet up for summer 2018 as of 2.6.18|
|Girls and Boys Leadership Worldwide||The Eleanor Roosevelt Center Girls’ Leadership Worldwide (GLW) program is an international, ten-day summer leadership program for high school girls who demonstrate leadership potential in their schools and communities. Participants from across the world of various cultural and socioeconomic backgrounds come together to acquire the knowledge, skills, and resources needed to exercise leadership rooted in the courage, compassion, and perseverance modeled by Eleanor Roosevelt. GLW consists of interactive workshops, presentations, discussions, and other hands-on training in specific leadership skills, including public speaking and team building.|
Boys Leadership Worldwide Description: ARE YOU READY TO...
JOIN a select group of boys ages 14-16 where YOU can BE YOU?
LEARN how to use your voice powerfully and effectively?
DISCOVER your purpose and passion and act on it?
LEAD with purpose in your community, family and school?
EXPLORE your hopes and dreams without judgment?
FORM strong relationships with people from around the world?
BE a role model for others?
If you are, then we really want you to be one of a select group of boys, ages 14-16 from around the world for the first ever Boys’ Leadership Worldwide Program in Hyde Park, NY.
|enrichment program||leadership||9 & 10||Tuition||Hyde Park, NY||April 14, 2017||http://ervk.org/||application not yet up for summer 2018 as of 1.10.18|
|Young Women's Leadership and Advocacy Program||People's Prep will be offering a paid summer program called the Young Women's Leadership and Advocacy program this summer! If you are interested in creating change in your community, the field of law, or current issues affecting women in your community, you should apply to this program! We will only accept 15-25 young women, so space is limited! You will be paid a small stipend upon completion of the program.|
Here is the application. For more information, email or talk to me. This application is due April 30th!
|enrichment program||9, 10, and 11 (girls only)||Paid (small stipend)||People's Prep||April 30, 2017||https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScrDuXFEKVYAJpcRmeXMFS2_DjZR7gNtmmmsZkjyhXQnXfzjw/viewform||For current People's Prep students only.||Application is not yet available for this year.|
|Newark Youth Court||Youth court members:|
Hear real-life cases for youths who have committed minor offenses
Serve their communities by helping other teens
Learn about the justice system, public speaking skills and how to be a leader
Build their resumes and college applications
Can earn community service hours for their participation
Can earn a stipend for active participation
In addition to serving on the youth court, Newark Youth Court members participate in a wide range of group activities, such as field trips to local courthouses, fund-raising events, community service projects and social activities like skating. Our youth court members are youth between the ages of 14-18 who live in the City of Newark and have a deep passion for improving their communities. Our latest group was chosen from over 75 applicants. Amongst our current group of members, we have talented writers, artists, debaters, and aspiring social workers, lawyers, judges, and future leaders.
All Newark Youth Court members first go through a two-month training program in which they learn about the justice system, how youth court works, and how to serve as judge, advocate, bailiff and jury. Most important, they learn how to work together as a team. Every youth who successfully completes the training program can become a full member of the Newark Youth Court.
|Internship/ Enrichment||Law||All grades||Paid||Newark||5/25/2018||**See Mrs. Eberly or Mr. Harper for an application**|
|GlassROOTS Youth Leadership Corps||GlassRoots is happy to announce the 3rd year of its Youth Leadership Corps (YLC)! The YLC’s are a group of experienced students who will be trained as counselors/mentors in our 6-week summer work program. The first two weeks will consist of a training period in all of the studios as well as how to be a mentor. The following 4 weeks they will be offering introductory week-long workshops (summer camps) from 9am -2pm Mon - Thurs for middle & high school students. The YLC will serve as assistants for these classes and assist in GlassRoots’ administrative offices. YLC will cycle through the studios and will have an opportunity to participate in an open studio during select hours after workshops have concluded. IMPORTANT NOTE: There are a limited number of spots available, and there is one short essay required to apply. Please see application attached to council announcements in order to apply. Due: January 2017.||job/Internship||leadership, mentoring, art, office-work||all grades||paid||Newark, NJ||Jan 2017||information not up yet for summer 2018 as of 11.21.17|
|Newark Public Schools Summer Camps||Thank you for your interest in attending an NPS Summer Program! This application is for the following programs:|
Summer Plus (including English Plus and Extended School Year)
Elementary Extended Day Program
Pre-School Special Education Program
High School Accelerated Courses
High School English Plus Enrichment Program
Summer Sports Camps
|summer camp||sports (except basketball), English enrichment,||all grades||Free||Newark, NJ||6/3/2017||http://www.nps.k12.nj.us/summerprograms/||info not yet up for 2018 as of 2.6.18|
|Marlboro Pre-College Summer Programs||Marlboro College’s Pre-College Summer Programs offer young adults the opportunity to study with Marlboro College faculty members (ranked #1 in 2014 by Princeton Review), and to build relationships with a group of other students passionate about learning, in the classroom and out. Each program offers an introduction to college-level academic work, combined with hands-on exploration. Evenings provide time for fun group activities ranging from collective 'zine design to ice cream at the Chelsea Royal. Space is limited to 12 participants per programs, creating vibrant communities with room for every voice.||enrichment program||food& farming, social justice, chemistry||10, 11 & 12||tuition||Marlboro, VT||Rolling||http://www.marlboro.edu/admissions/teens/summer|
|NJIT Academy College Courses for High School Students||ACADEMY COLLEGE COURSES at NJIT are designed for high achieving high school students who want to get a|
jump-start on their college careers. Participants may earn up to seven college credits in small, customized classes taught by faculty who have
been recognized for their commitment to teaching excellence. Classes meet on Saturdays during the Spring Session and Monday through Thursday during
the Summer Session. At the end of the program, grades are recorded on an NJIT transcript which, upon your request to the registrar, will be sent to
the university or universities of your choice. Course credits can be applied toward an undergraduate degree at NJIT and at most other colleges and
universities. Academy College students have the option of living on the NJIT campus during the Summer Session (at an additional charge) or commuting
to the university. As a campus resident, you will live in one of NJIT’s modern, air-conditioned dormitories, arriving Monday morning eachweek and leaving
on Thursday. Specially trained counselors will help make your stay comfortable.
|enrichment program||STEM, science, architecture, college||10 & 11||Tuition||Newark, NJ||5/7/2018||http://www5.njit.edu/precollege/studentprograms/academy.php|
|Aspen Young Leaders Fellowship||The Aspen Young Leaders Fellowship (AYLF) is an extension of the Aspen Institute's core values-based work to develop a global community of entrepreneurial leaders. The Fellowship is a place-based, multi-site initiative that will inform the next generation of local, purpose-driven leaders. Fellows are be selected based on signs of strong leadership potential, qualities, behaviors and traits, not the best grades or even school attendance. The Fellowship then translates this potential into reality through intensive values-focused dialogues, community-focused social venture projects, and engagement with current leaders. As new cohorts are selected each year, a cross-section of leaders grows in each community developing a critical mass of leaders in each region. AYLF cohorts are intentionally diverse with respect to race, socioeconomic status, gender, religion, and ability, with special emphasis on low-income populations. Cohorts meet nine times over 15 months. The curriculum focuses on “Self in Society,” and “Community Impact,” with a paid summer social venture project developed by each member of the cohort, which must be designed to directly impact the community. During the creation of the social venture project, the fellows will develop the venture in response to a community need, engage in intensive interviews and analysis of the need, develop prototypes to test based upon the analysis, and iterate on the idea as data is captured. The social venture project work aligns with what is learned during the nine seminar sessions – values-based leadership, specific innovation skills, and development of the social venture capacity. Fellows receive virtual coaching and support to ensure that the social venture project is implemented through a rigorous testing and iterating process that gets to the most effective outcome. The goal is for the social ventures to address a community need, create local jobs in the fulfillment of that goal and act as a connection for Fellows to elect to stay in the region and build out the project. Click here to apply. Applicants need to be 16 or older.||enrichment program||leadership, paid||10, 11, and 12||Paid||Newark, NJ||12/31/2017||http://aylf.aspeninstitute.org/learnmore|
|Greater Newark Conservancy||Greater Newark Conservancy, a non-profit focused on the environment and education, is soliciting applications for our Summer 2018 Newark Youth Leadership Program (NYLP). NYLP is an internship program designed to provide Newark with unique and thought-provoking experiences in education, leadership, and career & college exploration, all with a focus on the environment. Students will be given a chance to try new things, experience the outdoors, and to ultimately lead a healthier, more productive lifestyle. The program runs from July 9-August 17, 2018.|
We are currently looking for students to apply for the Summer 2018 program, which runs from July 9-August 17, 2018. If hired, students will work for 16-20 hours per week and will earn $8.60/hr. All participants must have completed their freshman year (as of Summer 2018), be a Newark resident, and have a GPA of 2.5 or higher.
Please see the attachment to this email to apply. This application is due January 5, 2018. Subsequent to our application, students will need to apply online through Newark Youth One Stop: https://application.newarkwep.org as well as get a guidance counselor or teacher recommendation (see attached form).
Selection is limited, so we advise that students their applications in as soon as possible. We are starting interviews during the winter break and would like to give each student a fair chance to apply.
|Internship||Environment||all grades||paid||Newark, NJ||1/5/2018||http://citybloom.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/12/NYLP-Summer-2018-Fillable-Application-Form.pdf|
|Summer Science Research Program||The Rockefeller University’s Summer Science Research Program (SSRP) is designed to offer intellectually curious, highly motivated high school students with a strong aptitude in the life or physical sciences a total-immersion experience in laboratory research. Students are matched to a lab according to their stated field of interest and are individually mentored by graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, or lab heads. These mentors volunteer to design and supervise individualized summer projects for their students. In 2018, the seven-week program will run from June 25 through August 09. Students must be 16 years old by the start date of the program in order to participate.|
Stipends may be awarded to students experiencing financial hardship and who meet all the attendance and research requirements of the SSRP. Students outside the Tri-State area may apply, however the SSRP is unable to provide housing, so it is the responsibility of the student to secure housing before the program begins.
|enrichment program/internship||science||10 and 11 (must be 16 or older)||Free, though you must pay for transportation. Stipends may be awarded to students experiencing||NYC||1/8/2018||https://www.rockefeller.edu/outreach/summer-science/highschoolapp/|
|TASP: Telluride Association Summer Programs for High School Juniors||Highly regarded leadership program with study in the liberal arts. 6-wk. Application process is rigorous. Highly selective. Focused on intellectual growth and community building.||enrichment program||Leadership||11th||Free||Changes each year||1/16/18||https://www.tellurideassociation.org/our-programs/high-school-students/summer-program-juniors-tasp/|
|MITES||Minority Introduction to Engineering and Science (MITES) is a rigorous six-week residential academic enrichment program for promising high school seniors – many of whom come from underrepresented or underserved communities – who have a strong academic record and are interested in studying and exploring careers in science and engineering.|
This national program stresses the value and reward of pursuing advanced technical degrees and careers while developing the skills necessary to achieve success in science and engineering. In 2014, MITES served 72 students hailing from 38 states, Washington, D.C. and Puerto Rico.
In 2016, MITES will run from June 11 to July 21.
|Enrichment||Technology||11th||free-all costs covered except transportation.||Massachussetts||2/1/2018||http://web.mit.edu/mites/|
|Free Youth Summit To Advance Education and Promote Careers in Public Transportation||Public transportation plays a significant role in finding solutions to the numerous challenges facing America today. Whether it's more jobs, a cleaner environment, energy independence or a better quality of life; Where Public Transportation Goes, Communities Grow!|
Students attending the 2017 APTA Youth Summit have the unique opportunity to explore the educational and environmental benefits of public transportation. They will learn how communities can prosper with increased services, study the role local and federal policies play in public transit usage, and discover educational and career opportunities directly from leading public transportation industry professionals and emerging leaders. Each student will be able to choose from a variety of career track sessions aimed at their specific field of interest. Tracks include science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). In addition, tracks for those interested in business administration, planning, marketing & communication, operations and maintenance are also available.
If you will be a high school junior or senior in the Fall of 2017, you are eligible to participate in the APTA Youth Summit taking place during June 19-23, 2017, and join your peers from across the nation as they come together in Washington, D.C.
|enrichment program||transit, engineering, science, technology, math, marketing||10 & 11||Free (all expenses paid!)||Washington DC||February 17, 2017||http://www.apta.com/resources/workforce/youth-summit/Pages/default.aspx||will not take place in 2018, but will in 2019|
|Wingspan Arts Conservatory||Wingspan Arts Summer Conservatory is a TUITION-FREE theatre conservatory. Using a variety of activities as well as classes taught by industry professionals, students learn the skills required to become accomplished actors, vocalists, and theatre artists. Serving all students from talented beginners to experienced professionals, Wingspan Arts Conservatory strikes a balance between fun and learning that keeps our students coming back year after year.||summer camp||theater||9,10, &11||Free, but you must pay for transportation||NYC||2/1/2018||https://wingspan.wufoo.com/forms/wingspan-summer-conservatory-2018-application/|
|Bank of America Student Leaders Program||Every year, through our Student Leaders program we help connect 225 community-minded high school juniors and seniors to employment, skills development and service. They’re awarded paid summer internships with local nonprofits such as Boys and Girls Clubs of America and participate in a national leadership summit in Washington, D.C. The Student Leaders Summit focuses on skill building and creating a more civically engaged society. |
Student Leaders is part of our ongoing commitment to preparing young people for a brighter future. If you or someone you know have a passion of improving the community, click here to learn more about our eligibility criteria. The 2018 Student Leaders application period will be open from October 30, 2017 - February 2, 2018.
|internship||Nonprofit||11 & 12||Paid||Washington DC||2/2/2018||http://about.bankofamerica.com/en-us/global-impact/student-leaders.html|
|Hopp Summer Internship Program||If you are a high school student who is interested in science, our summer program offers an opportunity to work in a state-of-the-art laboratory facility and explore the kinds of questions that researchers are asking today. In addition, you will have a chance to expand your network of connections with other students and learn more about departments involved in clinical research at Memorial Sloan Kettering.|
Ultimately, the HOPP Summer Student Program offers students a chance to discover what careers in science are like, make advances toward future career goals, and contribute to the mission of the Human Oncology and Pathogenesis Program and Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center.
|Internship||Medicine||all grades||paid||NYC||2/8/2018||http://www.mskcc.org/research/human-oncology-pathogenesis/hopp-summer-student||application will be up on 12.8 at noon|
|Thurgood Marshall Summer Law Internship Program||The Thurgood Marshall Summer Law Internship Program is an intensive program which places high-achieving inner-city high school students with legal employers for the summer, and provides them with additional programming before, during, and after the summer designed to help them prepare for a legal career.|
Students are selected to participate in the Program based upon personal interviews and demonstrated academic excellence. They are first nominated by their schools and then interviewed at the New York City Bar; this process consists of face-to-face meetings with the students and a written test that is administered to determine comfort with challenges common in an office environment. Job assignments in firms vary depending on the needs of the employer, but typically include assisting paralegals, filing, record keeping, assisting library and back-office personnel, data entry and document and exhibit organization.
|internship||Law||10, 11 & 12 *Must be at least 16||Paid||NYC||2/23/2018||http://www.nycbar.org/diversity/student-pipeline-program/programs/thurgood-marshall-summer-law-internship-program#application|
|The Princeton University Summer Journalism Program||We welcome about 25 high school students from low-income backgrounds every summer to Princeton's campus for an intensive, 10-day seminar on journalism. The program's goal is to diversify college and professional newsrooms by encouraging outstanding students from low-income backgrounds to pursue careers in journalism. All expenses, including students' travel costs to and from Princeton, are paid for by the program. Students who attend the program come from across the country. Must have 3.5 GPA or higher.||enrichment program||journalism||11||free||Princeton, NJ||3/23/2018||http://www.princeton.edu/sjp/|
|All Star Code Summer Institute||All Star Code’s Summer Institute is an experience-based model that represents an innovative approach to Computer Science, programming education, and youth development. Each summer, ASC offers an elite 6-week Summer Institute designed to educate, inspire, and equip high school boys of color with the knowledge, skills, and resources needed to pursue paths leading to academics and/or careers in the technology and engineering sectors. Field trips to technology company offices afford young men the opportunity to envision a career pathway as they network with professionals on-site. Of our many qualified applicants, All Star Code selects 20 smart, talented, and driven high school juniors and seniors to participate, from 9-5pm each weekday during the program. Here, these young men receive hands-on, project-based instruction in computing concepts, programming fundamentals, mobile phone development, robotics, web development, and design. Our curriculum allows our All Stars to build applications and innovative solutions that further their interest and mastery of core Computer Science concepts. We provide 200+ hours of intensive instruction with high-touch mentorship and exposure, led by mission-aligned engineers and entrepreneurs in the tech industry||enrichment program||Computer Science||10 & 11 (males only)||Free||NYC||3/1/2018||http://www.allstarcode.org/apply/||Application is available but they don't say a deadline; although, they will notify people of acceptances in April, so it's best to get it in ASAP|
|Smith College Summer Precollege Programs for High School Girls||Experience precollege programs that offer limitless ways to explore the world. You will join more than 200 other high school girls who want to pursue their academic interests in and out of the classroom, strengthen their college applications and meet other motivated and ambitious college-bound young women.|
Designed by Smith's professors and staff, the program not only gives you an inspiring learning experience, you also earn a recommendation from Smith faculty to use in your college applications. Inside the classroom, a hands-on, collaborative learning environment lets you directly engage with world-class scholars who help you pursue your passions and develop new skills. Outside the classroom, enjoy Smith's beautiful setting, live in a house on campus, make new friends and have a great time joining in on lots of fun activities.
|enrichment program||science, engineering, writing, history, environment, sustainability||9, 10, & 11||tuition||Northampton, MA||3/1/2018||www.smith.edu/summer||Summer program info is up but I don't see a clear deadline for applying. Last year it was in March, so I left the deadline for March.|
|Caminos al Futuro Program at George Washington University||Leadership development and intensive courses for high-achieving students who desire to shape issues impacting Hispanic and Latinx communities. Intensive application. Fully funded.||enrichment program||Leadership, Pre-College||11th||Free||Washington, D.C.||3/1/18||https://summer.gwu.edu/caminos|
|Google Computer Science Summer Institute||Kick start your university studies in computer science with an unforgettable summer program at Google. Google's Computer Science Summer Institute (CSSI) is a three-week introduction to computer science for graduating high school seniors with a passion for technology — especially students from historically underrepresented groups in the field.|
CSSI is not your average summer camp. It's an intensive, interactive, hands-on and fun program that seeks to inspire the tech leaders and innovators of tomorrow by supporting the study of computer science, software engineering and other closely related subjects.
As CSSI students, you will learn programming fundamentals directly from Google engineers, get an inside look at some of Google's most exciting, emerging technologies, and even design and develop your very own application with fellow participants that you will showcase to Googlers in local offices.
You'll attend the program at one of our Google office locations and experience firsthand Google's unique and innovative office culture.
|camp/enrichment program||computer science, coding, technology, STEM||12||Stipend/Free||NYC||3/2/2018||https://www.google.com/edu/resources/programs/computer-science-summer-institute-cssi/#!qualifications-and-application|
|Partners in Science Program at Liberty Science Center||An intensive, eight-week summer experience for high school juniors and seniors, Partners in Sciencepairs students with mentors in science, health, and technical fields and challenges them to participate in ongoing research and independent projects. Through Partners in Science, students are exposed to current questions driving scientific discovery in real laboratory settings. Additionally, they develop a network of advisors and lifelong connections that may help them identify and focus their career goals. Those accepted to Partners in Science receive a $1000 stipend.||Internship||science, research||10th and 11th||Paid||Jersey City, NJ||3/3/2018||http://lsc.org/for-educators/programs-at-the-center/partners-in-science/||application details will be available mid January 2018 (checked on 1.10.18 and still not up)|
|Essex County Prosecutor's Office Internship Program||Introduces students to careers in law, law enforcement, and local government. This application is now available for 2018!||internship||government, law||11||Free||Newark||3/9/2018|
|Go to Community programs section for application|
|Columbia Engineering: SHAPE Program||SHAPE is a rigorous, selective program for rising sophomores, juniors and seniors who have demonstrated achievement in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) subjects. Students must live within commuting distance to Columbia's Morningside Heights campus. SHAPE students will take courses with Columbia Engineering faculty in robotics or computer science, while also developing research skills, exploring engineering labs and the MakerSpace, and also take part in weekly college preparation workshops and field trips around New York City.||enrichment program||engineering, pre-college||9-11||tuition (but they have scholarships that can cover entire cost of program)||NYC||March 15, 2018||https://outreach.engineering.columbia.edu/content/shape-summer-high-school-academic-program-engineers|
|Latino Youth Leadership Conference||Conference runs July 11-16, 2017|
Applications are due April 14, 2017
Late applications will not be accepted.
All incoming juniors through exiting high school seniors, 16 years of age or older are encouraged to apply.
Participants stay at the UNLV dorms for six days, and five nights.
All accomodations, and conference materials are provided at NO COST to the student or their families.
Selected participants are expected to stay for the entire duration of the LYLC.
|enrichment program||10, 11, & 12||free||Las Vegas, NV||March 16, 2018||http://www.lylc.info/||Click on LYLC 2018|
|Girls Who Code||The Girls Who Code Summer Immersion Program embeds 20 rising high school juniors and seniors inside a technology company or university setting from 9-4PM each day. Here, young women get hands-on experience in computing concepts, programming fundamentals, mobile phone development, robotics, and web development and design. Project-based curricular modules allow participants to build products and develop innovative solutions designed to inspire an interest in and encourage their pursuit of computer science. Daily classroom instruction is paired with talks, demos, and workshops led by inspiring female entrepreneurs, CEOs, developers, designers, and computer science majors who serve as mentors and role models throughout the program, each aligned with the subject matter discussed that week. Field trips to the tech giants such as Google, Facebook, Twitter, AT&T, Gilt Groupe, Foursquare, and the News Corp allow the young women to envision a future for themselves in this career and begin networking with those in the field. The Girls Who Code Summer Immersion Program curriculum is designed and research-proven to engage and encourage young women in computer science. Each topic, activity and speaker is chosen to empower the young women with the skills to contribute to their schools and communities. Also, check out this really cool article about girls who were involved in the program and now have the most powerful video game of the year: http://m.mic.com/articles/100672/two-teenage-girls-have-invented-the-most-powerful-video-game-of-the-year||Enrichment||Technology, coding, computers, computer science||10th and 11th||free||Newark, NJ||3/16/2018||https://girlswhocode.fluidreview.com/|
|Questbridge Scholarship to Pre-College Summer Programs||Full scholarships to programs at Emory, UChicago, Notre Dame, Penn, Stanford, or Yale. Application to Questbridge College Prep Scholars program is required.||enrichment program||Scholarship program||all grades||Free||Various||3/22/18||https://www.questbridge.org/high-school-students/college-prep-scholars/summer-programs|
|RPI PREFACE||The Rensselaer PREFACE Program is a two-week residential summer experience for talented high school sophomores and juniors, who will enter 11th or 12th grade in the fall of the coming year and who have expressed a strong, early interest in pursuing a career in the engineering and technological professions. It is for serious high school students from groups that have been historically and traditionally underrepresented or underserved in science, engineering, and technological fields.|
In 2016, Rensselaer accepted 24 students to participate from over 500 applicants from across the nation. They were exceptional young men and women from 14 states including Alabama, California, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Minnesota, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Tennessee, and Texas, and Puerto Rico.
Participation in the PREFACE Summer Program provides the student participants with extraordinary opportunities:
PREFACE provides experiences using an engineering process approach to resolve a problem (e.g., design, troubleshoot, innovate, model, revise, and assess outcomes);PREFACE
Activities, classes and workshops create opportunities to develop leadership and team-building skills;
Students explore career opportunities available in the engineering professions as a means to develop a deeper understanding of the role and expectations of an engineering education;
The PREFACE Program presents a snapshot of college life and its academic, social, cultural, service learning and environmental experiences.
|enrichment program||10 & 11||free||Troy, NY||3/24/2018||http://doso.rpi.edu/update.do?catcenterkey=87||application not yet up for summer 2018 as of 1.10.18|
|PAN Astro-physics||PAN is an outreach program at two world leading nuclear physics laboratories: Nuclear Science Laboratory located on the campus of the University of Notre Dame and the National Superconducting Cyclotron Laboratory located on the campus of Michigan State University. It is sponsored by the Joint Institute for Nuclear Astrophysics - Center for the Evolution of the Elements (JINA-CEE) and taught by NSL and NSCL faculty and staff. We welcome U.S. students who have completed at least one year of high school. The program introduces participants to the fundamentals of the extremely small domain of atomic nuclei and its connection to the extremely large domain of astrophysics and cosmology.|
Our week-long PAN program for teachers is taking a year hiatus and being replaced by weekend workshops at JINA-CEE institutions.
|enrichment program||9, 10, 11, & 12||Free||Indiana||3/30/2018||http://www.jinaweb.org/outreach/PAN/|
|Newark One Stop Program||Paid summer job through the city of Newark||internship||multiple fields||all grades||Paid||Newark||3/31/2018||https://application.newarkwep.org/||If no online access stop by 500 Broad Street after school hours to pick up a paper application. They can be called at (973)273-6064|
|Turtle Back Zoo||Teens will be assisting Education staff with the Zoo’s Summer Camp program. They will help prepare for the daily camp sessions, assist children with crafts and activities, and help keep children together and safe while on Zoo grounds. Working as a VolunTEEN is a great way to learn about animals in all areas of the zoo and a way to share your love and enthusiasm of wildlife with younger peers. Not only is it a fun way to spend part of the summer, it will also help you get those much needed volunteer hours for upcoming college applications. There are limited spots so be sure to apply VERY EARLY!||Volunteerism||Environment, animals, volunteer||all grades (but must not be 18 years old)||free||West Orange, NJ||4/10/2018||http://turtlebackzoo.com/docent-volunteers/|
|Trooper Youth Week||Trooper Youth Week is a residential youth education program developed by the New Jersey State Police. This program presents simulated law enforcement programs for male and female students who have completed their junior year and are entering their senior year of High School. The week's activities include lectures and presentations covering many facets of police work and criminal justice. Participants will be exposed to a disciplined quasi-military environment, including military drill in combination with structured fast moving programs of classroom activities, lectures, films, practical exercises and physical training, simulating the NJSP recruit training experience. The program emphasizes courtesy, professionalism, respect and teamwork.||enrichment program||law enforcement||11||free||NJ||4/1/2018||http://www.njsp.org/trooper-youth-week/index.shtml||application for 2018 not up yet as of 12.7.17|
|Internship Program at MET||Ever wonder what it's like behind the scenes at one of the world's largest and finest art museums? A paid internship at The Metropolitan Museum of Art is your chance to find out. You'll get the inside scoop on a wide variety of Museum jobs in conservation, education, photography, exhibition design, merchandising, and curatorial areas. You'll also develop professional skills, visit conservation labs, explore the galleries, and assist an expert in one of the Museum's departments—valuable experiences to build your résumé. You don't need prior experience or specific knowledge of art or art history to apply—just an interest in learning about museum careers and great works of art!||internship||visual arts||10 & 11||Paid||NYC||4/2/2018||http://www.metmuseum.org/research/internships-and-fellowships/internships/high-school|
|Penn Engineering Summer Academy||Held July 3rd through July 23rd, 2016. The Engineering Summer Academy at Penn (ESAP) welcomes highly motivated and talented students to explore Engineering at the college level. The Academy’s intensive, three-week programs combine sophisticated theory with hands-on practical experience in cutting edge technologies. Work with leading faculty, live on Penn’s historic campus, and connect with new friends from around the world.||enrichment program||science, engineering, biotechnology, computer, robotics||9, 10, & 11||tuition||Philadelphia, PA||4/6/2018||https://esap.seas.upenn.edu/apply/|
|GenCyber Summer Camps||GenCyber CS4CS is a FREE, three-week, full-day summer program providing an introduction for high school women on the fundamentals of cyber security and computer science at the NYU Tandon School of Engineering. No background or experience in cyber security or computer programming is needed in order to apply, only your interest and enthusiasm.||Enrichment||Cyber security, technology, girls only||all grades||free||Brooklyn, NY||4/6/2018||http://engineering.nyu.edu/k12stem/cs4cs/|
|Williams College Math Camp||Williams College Math Camp (WCMC) is a one week residential math camp for mathematically talented high school students. Campers will be immersed in mathematics, learning about areas of math not typically seen in a high school curriculum. Campers will learn how to look for patterns, study examples, make conjectures, and rigorously prove their discoveries. A typical day at math camp includes the following: group problem solving sessions, interactive lectures with ample time for student-driven mathematical discovery, a math talk by an award-winning mathematician or a panel discussion on what it’s like to major in mathematics at college, and plenty of time for fun including hiking, museum trips, and a math movie night! The primary area of mathematics we will explore is the theory of numbers. What is number theory? Number Theory is one of the oldest branches of mathematics. It’s the reason your credit card information is safe when you make a purchase online. We will discover the beauty and usefulness of numbers, from ancient Greece to modern cryptography. Starting with nothing more than basic high school algebra, we will develop the logic and critical thinking skills required to discover and prove mathematical results. Topics to be covered include the meaning and content of proof, prime numbers, divisibility, rationality, modular arithmetic, Fermat’s Last Theorem, the Golden ratio, Fibonacci numbers, coding theory, and unique factorization.||enrichment program||math||11& 12||Free, but you must pay for transportation||Massachusetts||4/7/2018||http://sites.williams.edu/mathcamp/||application not yet up for summer 2018 as of 1.10.18|
|NYU Summer Art Intensive||The NYU High School Summer Art Intensive is a 3-week residential pre-college program that gives students a unique opportunity to live and study studio art in one of the greatest cities in the world. Approximately 36 students, ages 16-18 will immerse themselves in 40 hours a week of instruction in college-level studio art classes and guided studio time. Students will be given full access to the NYU Steinhardt Art Department's equipment, materials, and studio space. The program offers two modules of classes modeled after our undergraduate program, where art-making and critical-thinking go hand in hand. Plus, students are automatically enrolled in a ‘Visionary Studios’ class, involving artist talks, field trips, and more.||Enrichment||visual art||10th-12th (must be at least 16)||tuition||NYC||4/15/2018||http://steinhardt.nyu.edu/art/education/visionary_studio/summer_art_intensive|
|Urban Journalism Workshop at NYU||The Urban Journalism Workshop at New York University is designed to encourage teens to consider a career in journalism. Twenty high school juniors and seniors from the New York City metropolitan area (the five boroughs of NYC in addition to New Jersey, Connecticut and Westchester) will be selected to spend 10 days attending an intensive, rigorous journalism course at the NYU Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute's new state of the art facilities in Cooper Square.||enrichment program||journalism||10 & 11 (must be 16 or older)||Free||NYC||4/24/2018||http://urbanjournalismworkshop.org/||application will be available on feb 1|
|Summer Scholars Program: College for High School Students||Earn college credit before graduating from high school! Take cool courses like filmmaking, sports medicine, biomedical, computer, and electrical engineering, crime scene investigation and forensic anthropology, and more!||enrichment program||college credit||10 & 11||Tuition||Miami, Florida||April 25, 2018||www.miami.edu/ssp|
|Newark Museum Explorers Program||Prior to becoming paid interns, Explorers work as volunteers for a minimum of 30 volunteer hours. These hours can be converted to community service hours required by most high schools prior to graduation. Explorers rotate through various departments in the museum, such as Science Dept., Exhibition Design, Marketing Dept., Museum shop, School programs, Junior Museum, Family Events, and Membership Dept. Explorers work for a maximum of 4 hours a week during the school year and a maximum of 25 hours a week during the summer. Explorers are trained in basic skills required for the positions, including customer service, public speaking, phone skills, etc... Some departments require special on-the-job training organized by the department personnel. For instance, Family Events train their staff the first Saturday of every month. During these trainings, Explorers are given a brief tour of the Exhibit related to the month's family-oriented activity. Likewise, Explorers working at the Museum shop are trained extensively by their supervisors.||internship||visual arts||9 & 10||Free, then paid||Newark||5/1/2018||http://www.newarkmuseum.org/explorers-program-application||Application will be available on 3/1/18|
|Summer High School Weather Camp||The NOAA-CREST weather camp is a two week program for high school students from the New York City metropolitan area. It runs during the second half of July, and is offered free of charge to 10-15 students selected via an application process. This is a fairly new program, so if interested don't hesitate to contact the camp director (listed below) to request an application: your chances are better than you think!|
The first week is a day camp on the campus of the City College of New York. Concepts of meteorology are demonstrated by hands-on activities whenever possible, and applied to weather observations both locally and around the country. Experts on such topics as severe storms and climate will speak and answer questions.
During the second week the camp moves to Long Island to be near the local National Weather Service (NWS) office located on the campus of Brookhaven National Laboratories. We will camp within walking distance of a beach on the north shore of Long Island, and each morning will go to the (NWS) for in depth study of weather phenomena, with the afternoons devoted to field observations of the sea breeze effect, the urban heat island, the surface environment and clouds. There are opportunities to go inside the radar dome, or to help launch weather balloons.
|Summer Camp||STEM||all grades||free||NYC||5/1/2018||http://crest.cuny.edu/weathercamp/apply-now/||information for 2018 not yet up, but it's usually due in May (as of 1.10.18)|
|Hi-GEAR (Girls Engineering Abilities Realized) Camp||The University of Utah, College of Engineering is pleased to offer our Annual Hi – GEAR Program, a special week-long event for female high school students. Hi-GEAR will be held June 12-16, 2017 from 9:00 am until 4:30 pm each day.|
Hi-GEAR is designed to expose young women to a variety of engineering and computer science careers with hands-on experiential learning and collaborative team projects. Some past activities include: building trebuchets for launching water balloons, making perfume using distillation, programming and racing robots, extracting DNA, and touring University research labs. Participants interact with Hi-GEAR mentors (female college engineering students, female faculty and staff) who guide them though this program. Participants will also have the opportunity to earn scholarships to study engineering as a college student at the University of Utah!.
|enrichment program||all grades||$200||Salt Lake City, Utah||May 4, 2018||https://www.coe.utah.edu/summercamps#|
|New Jersey Medical School Hispanic Center of Excellence Summer Youth Scholars Program||Hispanic Center of Excellence Summer Youth Scholars Program (SYSP) is a six-week academic enrichment program that begins in June and ends in August. This program is for students who have completed the 10th or 11th grade and are interested in science. During this six week period, students are exposed to SAT preparation, anatomy & physiology instruction, participation in a research presentation, visits to colleges and exposure to the practice of medicine. Career counseling and skills development are also provided for program participants to ensure academic success.||enrichment program||science, research, medicine||10th and 11th grade||Free||Newark, NJ||5/11/2018||http://njms.rutgers.edu/education/hcoe/sysp.cfm|
|METEC: Minority Engineering and Technology Enrichment Camp for Young Men||Discover Career Opportunities in engineering and technology as well as life on a college campus. Build the skills you need to ace the ACT and SAT, and see cutting edge technology at local engineering companies. Open to minority young men who will be seniors in the fall of 2017, are enrolled in a college prep program and have a minimum GPA of 3.0.||enrichment program||11||$200||Dayton, Ohio||May 15, 2018||go.udayton.edu/metec|
|Yard School of Art Paid Internships and Summer Programs||The Yard School of Art offers programs for adults, children, and teens throughout the year. Classes are offered in four semesters including an eight-week summer program. Learn a new skill or refresh your existing knowledge in our professional studios from experienced teaching artists. Explore your creative self—right in your own backyard. They also offer paid internships for those 16 and up with previous work experience!||enrichment program||Visual art||10, 11, and 12||Paid||Montclair, NJ||5/19/2018||https://www.montclairartmuseum.org/learn-and-create/yard-school-of-art||Registration opens March 12, 2018|
|The Science, Medicine And Related Topics Program (SMART Program)||SMART is a pre-college enrichment program designed to cultivate students’ interest in health science and research, culminating in enhanced competitiveness and expansion of the pool of underrepresented minority students interested in pursuing health-related professions. The program focuses on youth development and academic excellence, provides opportunities to students entering grades 7th – 12th to gain the knowledge and experiences necessary to maximize their potential for success.||enrichment||medicine||all grades||Tuition||Newark, NJ||5/20/2018||www.njms.rutgers.edu/smart|
|YMCA Camp Bernie||YMCA Camp Bernie is all about "Do More, Be More". By providing exciting activities that offer children great fun and adventure, they are certainly "doing more". In the process, they are also "being more": we promote confidence, independence, and respect for one another in our camp community. Program elements include: horseback riding, mini-biking, mountain and bmx biking, archery, nature, aquatics, canoeing, landsports, low and high ropes courses, 40' climbing tower and much, much more. Our camp is a spirited place, with many great songs and traditions, and a healthy sense of competition between units. Every overnight camp session also has a special theme such as "Wild, Wild West" and "Never, Neverland". Cabins vary in size and layout and are spread across our beautiful 275 acre property. Counselors are thoroughly trained, caring young role models, many of whom have grown up at YMCA Camp Bernie and are eager to share their experiences with our next generation of campers. Please attend an Open House or call us to make arrangements for a private tour.||summer camp||sports||10||Tuition||Port Murray, NJ||6/1/2018||http://campbernieymca.org/index.php/summer_camp/overnight_camp/|
|Seton Hall University Pre-College Program||High school students who will be entering their junior or senior year have the opportunity this summer to earn college credit by taking academically rigorous, college level course-work at a fraction of the cost.|
Students may review below the list of courses that are available to high school students as part of the Pre-College Program. All courses that have been designated for the program will run from July 6 -August 7, 2015.
The Pre-College Registration form may be accessed through the "Register Now" link on this page. Both the form and payment must be submitted together and received no later than June 12, 2015.
The tuition rate for Pre-College courses is $1,500 per three-credit course plus a $47 summer registration fee. That is more than 50% off the regular tuition rate.
For more information regarding the Pre-College Program, check out our FAQ's page.
|enrichment (college credit)||college prep||10 &11||Tuition||South Orange, NJ||6/1/2018||http://www.shu.edu/summer/pre-college-summer-courses.cfm||information not yet up for 2018 (as of 1.10.18)|
|The Experiment in International Living||The Experiment in International Living has been offering immersive experiential learning programs abroad since 1932. Today, The Experiment offers three-, four-, and five-week summer programs for high school students in more than 20 countries around the world. They offer two fully funded programs to the following places: in India with a focus on Community Development and Public Health, or South Africa with a focus on Peace, Politics, and Human Rights for students deeply interested in intercultural leadership, global issues, and civic engagement. Very cool opportunity for a rising senior!||enrichment/study abroad||art, politics, environment, language||all grades/juniors only for fully funded scholarship||tuition/full scholarship (depends on program)||Various||1/18/17 for fully funded program||India's Program: http://www.experiment.org/pn/programs/programs-list/lii/|
South Africa's Program: http://www.experiment.org/pn/programs/programs-list/lis/
|Girls Who Code Campus||Technology is changing everything about the way we live and work, but girls are being left behind. Fewer than 1 in 4 computer scientists are women — and that number is declining. Girls Who Code is changing that. We’re introducing a brand new summer program called Girls Who Code Campus to reach even more girls across the nation. Campus offers beginner and advanced courses for middle and high school girls — in a condensed 2-week timeline for busy summer schedules.||Enrichment||Technology, coding, computers, computer science||all grades||Tuition||New York, NY||12/31/2017 (after that, tuition increases)||https://girlswhocode.com/campus/#what-is-campus||Applications available now.|
|University of Chicago Neubauer Summer Scholars||Thanks to the vision and the generosity of the Neubauer family, top students engaged in Hispanic and Latino communities can now participate in select University of Chicago Summer Session courses free of charge.|
The Neubauer Family Adelante Summer Scholars program brings talented rising high school seniors to the University of Chicago campus to get an early taste of an exceptional college experience. Outstanding students who share the Neubauers' commitment to the Hispanic and Latino communities are invited to apply.
Students selected will receive a full scholarship to participate in one of two Summer Session courses: Collegiate Writing: Awakening Into Consciousness and Contagion: Infectious Agents and Emerging Diseases (see course details tab below). Even if you don't plan to study English or Biology in college, being a Neubauer Family Adelante Summer Scholar is a great way to get an early look at college-level classes and get a feel for life on campus--and to have a ton of fun in the process. You'll spend the morning gaining hands-on experience from teachers who are experts in their fields and the evening exploring Chicago with your classmates.
|enrichment program||11||Free - all expenses paid!||University of Chicago, Illinois||3/2/2018 (but may apply after - that's just priority deadline)||https://summer.uchicago.edu/Neubauer-Family-Adelante-Summer-Scholars|
|Summer Institutes at Drexel University||-Rising Sophomores and Juniors: The Summer Music Technology (SMT) Program is an innovative, one-week learning experience that provides students with a unique opportunity to learn about music production technology and digital audio from Drexel faculty and students.|
-Students entering their Junior and Senior year:The Materials Camp is a week-long, hands-on academic day camp to introduce high school students to the exciting and important field of materials science and engineering.
-Rising Juniors and Seniors: The Drexel University Computing Academy (DUCA) is a five-week, residential summer learning experience where students share an authentic college experience, exploring information technology and computer science through interactive classes, group projects and labs while experiencing college life.
-Rising Juniors and Seniors: The Materials Science and Engineering Summer Institute is offered in four week-long sessions and gives aspiring scientists and engineers the chance to learn about how atomic elements arrange themselves to form the materials that are all around us.
|enrichment||STEM, business, hospitality &sports mgmt, medicine/health, law,media arts/design, music||9, 10, & 11||free but must find your own housing||Philadelphia, PA||4/4, 5/1, and 5/30||http://drexel.edu/undergrad/summer/|
|Rutgers Summer Scholars Program||Applications are now being accepted for the 2016 Summer Scholars Program at Rutgers University-New Brunswick. Students age 16 or older* with a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.0 may apply to take up to two introductory college courses this summer. This program provides an opportunity for motivated students to prepare for college and earn credits that may be applied toward their undergraduate degree. Visit our website to learn more. |
Courses include Chemistry labs and learning how to produce television shows!
|enrichment program||pre-college||11||Tuition||New Brunswick||5/26/2017 and 6/2/2017||http://summerscholars.rutgers.edu/|
|Sadie Nash Youth Leadership Program for Women||The Sadie Nash Leadership Project (SNLP) is a unique educational model that includes rigorous coursework, mentoring, as well as service, experiential, and skill learning, including community organizing and youth-designed activism projects. Every aspect of the program is designed to support and develop young women to both visualize themselves as leaders and actualize their leadership. The structure of the Sadie Nash Leadership Project is designed to put the young women's notions of leadership through a process of transformation. At every stage in this process, high expectations are expressed for what girls can achieve and how their personal experience is deeply relevant to the cause for action. The programs cover the following stages of leadership development: explore leadership (Summer Institute: 6 weeks, part of our two-year program) watch leadership in action & participate (Community Action Placements: 8 months, part of our two-year program) be a leader & create: move through leadership development and into action (Leadership Action Projects: 2 months, part of our two-year program & ELLA: 1 year) develop skills to support leadership (Leadership Institute: on-going) participate in the leadership of SNLP (on-going)||enrichment program||leadership||all grades||Paid (Stipend)||Newark||5/3/2018 (but apply earlier and you have a better chance of getting in!)||https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScWb2GxLhNM3aFWCcOXm3zWqqHtjNON7aQm_2fLuvs3OYfS4w/viewform|
|Camp College||Help make college dreams a reality for underserved high school students from New Jersey! Let your students know that the application for Camp College is available HERE!|
The NJACAC is proud to host Camp College NJ, August 2-3 at Caldwell University, a program geared towards helping high school students from underserved backgrounds to navigate the college admissions process.
Feedback from students who attended previous Camp College events:
“My favorite part of Camp College was meeting all the inspiring people who had so much great advice to offer. Also, I enjoyed experiencing the ‘college’ life style.”
“My favorite aspect of CC has to be the energy and passion that all the counselors have to help students make it.”
“My least favorite aspect probably was that the two days went by too fast.”
You can find more information and a link to the application at www.njacac.org.
Please help us offer the Camp College experience to a new group of students this summer! To discuss your donation further, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|enrichment program||10 & 11||Free||Caldwell College, NJ||First come, first served||http://www.njacac.org/index.php?page=camp_college_and_college_key_events.php|
|Pillar College Academic Boot Camp||Enhance your academic and soft skills that are necessary for success in college & career. Runs 8-1:30 PM between July 10 and August 3, Mondays through Thursdays. Opportunity to earn college credit!||enrichment program||11 & 12||Only $25!||Newark, NJ||July 6th||Contact Michael Wattkis, 973-803-5000 extension 1016; or email at email@example.com|
|Youth Conservation Corps||Yellowstone will offer its Youth Conservation Corps (YCC) program for the 28th consecutive summer in 2017. A month-long residential program will be offered for young people between the ages of 15 and 18 years of age.|
The YCC experience allows 62 teen enrollees and staff the opportunity to learn, work, and recreate in Yellowstone National Park. The program is challenging, educational, and fun, and offers participants opportunities to expand their horizons while building skills that will benefit them for a lifetime. No previous wilderness experience is required, but a willingness and ability to work in a physically active outdoor program, get along well with others, and maintain a positive attitude are essential for success.
Teen enrollees will be selected from across the country to participate in this summer program. Enrollees will work 40 hours a week and receive the federal minimum wage ($7.25/hour) with daily deductions for room, board, and laundry facilities (~$10/day). Healthy food options will be provided by the YCC Cook or prepared by staff and youth while camping. While this diet might be different than what you are used to, the goal is to provide highly nutritious, healthy meals to sustain youth during a work program. YCC participants will work in a variety of weather and terrain conditions while completing projects which may include: fence and bench building; trail construction and/or maintenance; installing "bear boxes;" general maintenance work; painting/staining; exotic plant control; and working with the visiting public.
Some projects will take place in remote backcountry locations within Yellowstone, requiring work crews to camp out for up to five days. When crews are based in the front country, they will either camp or stay at the YCC facility near Mammoth Hot Springs which provides dormitory facilities and a large dining hall for meals and meetings.
Enrollees will also spend time participating in resource education, recreation, and NPS and other agency career orientation activities. Many of these activities are scheduled in the evenings and on weekends. Activities may include: hiking, rafting, fishing, ranger-led programs, guest speakers, enrollee and staff presentations, assisting field rangers and/or scientists, and trips throughout the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem.
|job||outdoors||all grades (must be at least 15 years old)||Paid||Yellowstone National Park (Wyoming)||March 1st, 2018||https://www.nps.gov/yell/learn/management/yccjobs.htm|
|Binghampton University Summer Programs||This summer, Binghamton University launches Binghamton Summer College, a two-week program that provides an early college experience for academically talented, rising high-school juniors and seniors.|
Scheduled Sunday, July 16 through Friday, July 28, the experience will offer students a preview into what college life at a premier public university is all about.
Applications are available now!
There are many reasons your students should apply. Opportunities include:
--taking courses such as "Intro to Engineering," "Business Foundations and Leadership Academy," "Speech and Debate," "Behind the Scenes at the Museum" and "How to be a Writer," taught by distinguished Binghamton faculty.
--living in Binghamton's modern residential halls.
--meeting other talented high-school students.
--exploring the local community.
--learning about the college admission process and financial aid.
|enrichment program||engineering, business, debate, writing, college prep||11 and 12||Tuition-$1500||Binghampton, NY||May 1, 2017 but earlier applications are encouraged||http://www.binghamton.edu/admissions/summer-college/?utm_content=Counselor%20Summer%20College%20Message&utm_campaign=Binghamton%20Summer%20College&utm_source=Slate&utm_medium=email||Application not yet available for 2018|
|NYU CALI||The annual New York University College Access Leadership Institute (NYU CALI) is designed for high school sophomores and juniors to demystify the often daunting college admissions process.|
This program will include workshops and small group sessions on a variety of topics:
college entrance test preparation
essay and resume writing
interviewing and presentation skills
financial aid literacy
Program graduates will be certified College Access Ambassadors and will be required to act as mentors and advisers in their respective high schools by conducting their very own college application workshop.
Successful applicants to the NYU CALI program come from underrepresented communities and are academically strong high school students from the New York metro/tri-state area. They also demonstrate exceptional leadership abilities within their schools and communities. If selected, students are awarded a full scholarship to the institute, and they are only expected to cover travel expenses to and from the NYU campus.
|enrichment opportunity||leadership, college, financial aid literacy||10th and 11th||free||New York City, NY||Not listed||https://www.nyu.edu/admissions/high-school-programs/nyu-cali.html||application available in Feb 2018/note: it is not up as of 2/6/18|
|Appel Farm Arts Camp||Campers at Appel Farm are welcomed into a vibrant, artistic, and accepting community. Campers of varied ages, experience levels and cultural backgrounds work together, gaining confidence in their skills as artists and feeling invigorated in their studies. They are encouraged to take full advantage of this unique opportunity for artistic and personal growth, to experiment and take chances, and to vigorously engage themselves in the arts! Founded in the belief that children have the power to change the world, campers are encouraged to grow, to explore, to find their voices and gain new insights on the world and the contributions they can make as creative and caring individuals. Campers choose from our programs in music, theater, dance, visual arts, photography, video, recording arts, creative writing, sports and swim to design their own dynamic camp experience. Individual lessons, ensemble rehearsals and studio classes culminate in performances and exhibitions for an enthusiastic community. We offer two, four and eight-week sessions for boys and girls age 9-17. Appel Farm is located in southern New Jersey, just two and a half hours from New York City.||summer camp||Arts(visual, performing, sports)||all grades||Tuition||NJ||Rolling||http://www.appelfarmartscamp.org/camp/about|
|Art Garage||Tweens and Teens, ages 12-18 get a more advanced program at The Art Garage. A separate location (across the street) with a separate instructor, the Summer Art Academy for tweens and teens is a special art camp experience, more like an artist's atelier. Many of our camp weeks will focus on creating pieces for the building of a portfolio for High School and College. Sessions are M-F, 1-5pm unless otherwise noted. Supply lists are listed on each camp page.||enrichment program||Visual art||All grades||Tuition||Montclair, NJ||Rolling||http://artgaragenj.com/collections/teen-summer|
|Broncast Sports Media Camp||Rider University’s BRONCast Sports Media Camp introduces HS students to a comprehensive, behind-the-scenes experience in the sports broadcasting and journalism arena. Students are immersed into learning all facets of sports media for their professional goals, from interviewing skills, traits of sports journalism to fast-action motion photography and much more!|
Gain industry insight from a number of FEATURED GUESTS:
Chuck Bausman, Former – Executive Sports Editor, Philadelphia Daily News
Neal Slotkin, 5-time Emmy® Award Winner, Senior Producer at Comcast SportsNet, Adjunct Instructor at Rider University
Rider Alumni currently working in Sports Reporting: Kelly Dixon ‘10, Josh Veltrie ‘11, Jordan Hall ‘12
Experience in-the-field, play-by-play sideline reporting, conduct on-camera interviews and engage in press conference simulations with Rider's Division 1 players and coaches
Learn about live streams, replays of sports events and podcasts
Explore a B.A. in Sports Media and discuss careers in sports administration
Hands-on projects include: sports writing, capturing video and building a real-time social media presence
Create a professional reel of work working within tight sports deadlines
Tour Rider’s state-of-the-art TV Studio, Award-Winning Radio Station-107.7 The Bronc and interactive digital media labs
Field trips: tour a Major League facility, attend a Minor League game
|summer camp||sports, journalism, media||all grades||Tuition ($995)||Rider University (NJ)||Rolling||http://www.rider.edu/academics/colleges-schools/college-continuing-studies/summer-session/high-school-students/sports-media-camp|
|Camp Ballibay for Fine and Performing Arts||Ballibay is a summer sleep-away camp for boys and girls ages 8 through 16. We offer a wide range of non-competitive fine and performing arts activities in a fun and friendly summer camp setting. We are located on an exquisitely beautiful 175-acre mountaintop campus in Northeastern Pennsylvania. Our sessions range from 2 to 8 weeks in length. We offer exciting programs in theater, the visual arts, music, dance, video, radio, and rock-n-roll music. We have an outstanding horseback riding program, swimming instruction, and daily sports activities. Our program is completely individual choice: campers can focus on a single activity all day, pick several, or try a little of everything! For campers who have a specific focus, we offer dance and rock music intensive programs. Our 3-week programs are perfect for campers who want to concentrate on theater, art, or music, or try a little of everything! Our 2-week programs are for more intense, focused study in the arts. Camp Ballibay for the Fine and Performing Arts was established in 1964, and is American Camp Association accredited.||summer camp (sleepaway)||Arts||9 & 10||Tuition||PA||Rolling||http://www.campballibay.com/index.html|
|Camp Louemma||For more than 70 years, boys and girls, ages 7-15 have been building lifelong friendships and lasting memories at Camp Louemma. Located on 152 scenic acres along the Appalachian Trail, we offer a warm and caring family atmosphere where each child is an integral part of our camp community. At Camp Louemma, we take pride in our beautiful facility as well as our fun, dynamic and well-rounded program. Here campers can unplug, try exciting new activities, make great new friends and gain self esteem, all while having “the best summer ever!” Our exceptional staff is dedicated to helping the campers develop new skills, appreciate nature and thrive in their summer home away from home.||summer camp||nature||9; 10||Tuition||NJ||Rolling||http://www.camplouemma.com/|
|Community Food Bank of New Jersey||Our volunteers help in many ways, in 2-hour shifts. You may be asked to:|
Sort and repack food for distribution to more than 900,000 hungry people in New Jersey
Sort and assemble outfits for individual children in our Kids Division
Prepare our bulk mailings…help to spread the word about hunger in New Jersey!
Help at Off-site events*
Collect food at community food drives, including turkeys during the holiday season
Assist with fundraisers such as Check-Out Hunger
|volunteerism||food, health, family services||all grades||free||Hillside, NJ||Rolling||http://www.cfbnj.org/help/volunteer/|
|Creek Camp||Creek Campers:|
practice hands-on, field-based research on topics related to watershed health
enjoy a preview of college life by staying in residence halls on Allegheny's historic campus, one of the most beautiful college campuses in the nation and rated by the Sierra Club as one of the greenest colleges (with a score of 96 out of 99)
work alongside environmental science professionals in one of the oldest and most highly respected environmental science programs in the country, ranked #4 in the nation by EnvironmentalScience.org.
visit outdoor locations around the French Creek watershed, one of the most biodiverse in the nation
|summer camp||9th, 10th, 11th grade||Tuition||Meadville, PA||Rolling||http://sites.allegheny.edu/creekconnections/creek-camp/?utm_source=SilverpopMailing&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Creek%20Camp%20Announcement%202017%20(3)&utm_content=|
|Dorot Teen Internships||Teen interns provide direct services to DOROT’s elders. Through ongoing training, interns learn about the challenges of aging through workshops and field–based experiences. As they provide services and befriend the frail elderly, they help alleviate loneliness and isolation.|
Through a competitive process, we choose up to 65 teen interns each year from an application pool of over 500.
|Internship||Elderly, clerical||all grades||free but must pay for transportation||NYC||Rolling||http://www.dorotusa.org/site/PageServer?pagename=vol_youth_hs_D#.VZv4rBNVikp|
|Duke University Summer Programming||Summer at Duke - 2017 Available Now!|
Use your summer to prepare for college, learn from renowned professors, and experience a truly international program. Last Summer over 500 lucky high school students spent the month of July at Duke University taking classes, going on excursions, enjoying great residential activities, and making friends from around the world!
Visit our website to review the 2017 programs dates and details:
If you are currently in Grades 10 or 11, you can take classes with Duke Professors and earn college credit through Summer College.
If you are currently in grades 9 -12, you can enjoy personal enrichment classes with a global perspective through Summer Academy
Check out this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hk7gwBJl7so to see what the current alumni of the program are up to!
|enrichment program||college credit||9th-12th||Tuition||North Carolina||Rolling||http://summersession.duke.edu/high-school-students/summer-college-for-high-school-students|
|Entrepreneurship Classes at Montclair||Want to get a jumpstart on college, while still in high school? Earn 3 transferable college credits, while experiencing the rigor and expectations of a college-level class?|
In Summer 2016, Montclair State will offer ENTR 201 “Entrepreneurial Mindset and Innovation” for high school students. When ENTR 201 was offered last summer, high school students who enrolled gave it rave reviews.
Besides providing a sneak peek at college, ENTR 201 gives students a taste of what it’s like to be an entrepreneur. The class teaches that entrepreneurs are not just business owners—they are roboticists, psychologists, artists, scientists, teachers, fashion designers, app developers, musicians, mathematicians, programmers, graphic designers, counselors, dancers, nutritionists, engineers, film-makers and more. Entrepreneurs are anyone who wants to be their own boss.
With an emphasis on creativity, the highly interactive and experiential course teaches students the mindset of an entrepreneur, a valuable attitude that can help students succeed in any career.
|enrichment program||entrepreneurship, business, college, credit||10th and 11th||tuition||Montclair, NJ||Rolling||http://www.montclair.edu/entrepreneur/students/summer-course-for-high-school-students/|
|ESF Summer Camps||With our unique assortment of camps for children of all ages and interests, and over 60 expertly-designed activities, we ensure that your child is continually exposed to a variety of new experiences. Our award-winning camps are filled with the perfect blend of Education, Sports and Fun! Our full-time team of dedicated professionals works year-round to ensure that our camp programs are fresh, creative and exciting each summer. We infuse all our activities with fun, and we never lose sight of the value of play.||summer camp||summer camp||9& 10||Tuition||CT,PA,MD,NJ,NY||Rolling||http://www.esfcamps.com/|
|GlassROOTS Summer Program||GlassRoots’ programs include classes in glassblowing, bead making, and kilnforming (mosaics & fusing). Each program ends with a field trip to a unique arts destination and a closing gallery exhibit of the art created that week.||summer camp||Art (sculpture, beading, jewelry)||all grades||Tuition||Newark, NJ||Rolling||https://www.glassroots.org/create/workshop/search/all/364|
|Independent Lake Camp||Independent Lake Camp is an awesome sleep-away summer camp dedicated to a diverse community, committed creativity, the best facilities, and powerful, individualized programming. Our coed summer camp offers boys and girls ages 6-17 the option of a 2,4,6 or 8 week session. The friendships and connections that are developed at ILC are one of the main reasons of what makes the ILC experience so special. ILC is quite simply one of the best overnight summer camps in Pennsylvania, the Northeast and America. We are a fantastic circus camp, sports camp, dance camp, performing arts camp, skateboard camp, arts camp, extreme sports camp, rock and electronic music camp, computer / role playing games camp and equestrian camp all rolled in to one unbelievable summer experience!||summer camp||performing arts and sports||all grades||Tuition||Thompson, PA||Rolling||http://independentlake.com/|
|International Culinary Center||If your teenage dream is to work in a professional kitchen, or you just love the idea of developing your cooking skills, attend our cooking camp for teens. This intense, inspiring class for students between 13-18 years old gives budding chefs the essential building blocks to conquer the kitchen.||Enrichment program||Culinary/food||all grades||Tuition||NYC||Rolling||http://www.internationalculinarycenter.com/courses/cooking-camp-for-teens-2/|
|Julian Krinsky Camps and Programs||Julian Krinsky Camps & Programs is the world leader in summer programs. From sports and arts camps for middle school students to pre-college academic programs and summer internships for high school students, JKCP offer over 20 specialized experiences. For over 35 years, JKCP's customized programs have inspired self-discovery, instilled leadership, encouraged creativity and provided exciting environments for learning. Today, students can follow their passions or try something new in the areas that interest them most all while having fun! Directed by Julian Krinsky and his business partner Adrian Castelli, JKCP creates exceptional programs for thousands of young people each summer.||enrichment program, internship||computer science, business, marketing, entainment||all grades||tuition||Philadelphia, PA||Rolling||http://www.jkcp.com/|
|New York School of Interior Design||You are that teen who reads design magazines, who helps her friends rearrange their rooms, who can’t help running his fingers over textiles, and who stops to gaze at fixtures. Is a life in interior design your path? NYSID’s Pre-College program will start you on your way to designing beautiful spaces that improve peoples’ lives.|
This program, taught by the same established designers who teach in our undergraduate and graduate programs, will immerse you in the practice of interior design. You’ll study color, materials, architectural drawing and digital media. You’ll be taught and advised by a professional in an introductory design studio. You’ll visit design firms and museums, and spend your down-time hanging out in the nation’s design capital. This program will build your portfolio, answer questions about your future, and a give you head start in interior design. Students receive one undergraduate credit for completion of this course.
The Pre-College program is open to high-school sophomores, juniors, and seniors. Housing is available for an additional fee (summer only), and is offered on a first-come, first-served basis.
|Enrichment Program||Design, Arts||9th-11th grade||tuition||NY, NY||Rolling||https://www.nysid.edu/academics/pre-college?srctid=1&erid=918967&trid=18675241-146e-4222-a94e-6f1181c91f2d|
|Newark Thrives||General Directory of both summer and school year programs-fully searchable||all types||9th-12th grade||Newark, NJ||Rolling||http://www.newark-thrives.org/network-directory.html|
|NJIT Pre-College Summer Programs||The Fundamentals of Physical Sciences (FPS) Program, is a five-week program designed to prepare students for college-level work while they are still in high school. Admission requirements at the top universities seek students who have taken challenging science, mathematics and computer courses. The Fundamentals of Physical Sciences Program is divided into two main Academic Thematic groups : Chemistry: Students completing 9th, 10th and 11th grades ready to enroll in Chemistry in fall 2014. Physics: Students completing 9th, 10th and 11th grades ready to enroll in Physics in fall 2014. Students will also receive instruction in higher-level problem-solving strategies, computer applications, advanced mathematics and communications through classroom discussions, lectures, laboratory experiments, demonstrations, and projects. Academic courses will incorporate modules on standardized test preparation for the High School Proficiency Assessment (HSPA) exam and Scholastic Assessment Test (SAT).||enrichment program||Physical Sciences (physics, chemistry||9, 10, &11||Tuition||Newark||Rolling||http://www.njit.edu/precollege/|
|NJPAC Summer Programs||Summer enrichment programs in the arts. Check out their website to see all the opportunities available to you!||enrichment program||performing arts||all grades||Tuition||Newark||Rolling||http://www.njpac.org/arts-education-1/arts-education/arts-training/summer/overview-4|
|Outward Bound||Take the ultimate challenge, as you and a select crew of students from communities across northern New Jersey embark on a 14 day Outward Bound expedition featuring backpacking, rock climbing and canoeing in and around the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area. This course is designed for rising sophomores that are looking to develop as leaders: young people who are eager to face new challenges and are open to discovering the lifelong benefits and perspectives that wilderness travel with Outward Bound offers.||summer camp||outdoors, camping||9 & 10||Varies - some programs are free and some have a tuition||NJ/NY||Rolling||http://outwardboundphiladelphia.org/new-jersey-yla/|
|Pre-College Summer Programs at Marlboro College||Marlboro College’s Pre-College Summer Programs offer young adults the opportunity to study with Marlboro College faculty members (ranked #1 in 2014 by Princeton Review), and to build relationships with a group of other students passionate about learning, in the classroom and out. Each program offers an introduction to college-level academic work, combined with hands-on exploration. Evenings provide time for fun group activities ranging from collective 'zine design to ice cream at the Chelsea Royal. Space is limited to 12 participants per programs, creating vibrant communities with room for every voice.||enrichment program||college, academic||10,11, & 12||Tuition||Marlboro, VT||Rolling||http://www.marlboro.edu/admissions/teens/summer|
|Project USE Pedal Farmers||The Pedal Farmers are a group of motivated student employees who work a 6 week paid position based on developing a business model addressing the issues of health, community strength and fresh food availability in the city of Newark. The program offers a week-long orientation to design the business plan, learn about methods of urban farming, community issues and sustainability while developing solutions for growing and distributing produce. The employees will additionally learn about bicycle safety and maintenance as they commit to decrease their carbon footprint by traveling on two wheels. This year there are additional new and exciting opportunities to bring together multiple generations and local businesses through the Pedal Farmer Program. Students who are hired will commit to 20 hours/week (pre-determined, consistent daily hours) from July 7th- August 15th. Applications are currently being accepted for Newark students who are eligible to work/16+.||internship||business, urban farming, community issues||must be 16||Paid||Newark||Rolling||email Brendan Meehan your cover letter and resume at firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Stanford Pre-Collegiate Studies||Various pre-college programs at Stanford University in California. Please click on website link for more information.||enrichment program||pre-college, STEM, business, the arts||all grades||tuition||California||Rolling||https://spcs.stanford.edu/?utm_campaign=CACmailing&utm_source=CACmailing&utm_medium=email|
|Summer Camps at JFK Recreation Center (211 West Kinney Street)||Ages: 6-17 years|
Dates: July 5-August 19, 2016
Registration: Call 973-733-6454
Session 1: July 5-8 - Tumbling (6-15yo)
Session 2: July 11-15 - Wrestling (8-17yo)
Session 3: July 18-22 - Volleyball (7-14yo)
Session 4: July 25-29 - Cheerleading (6-14yo)
Session 5: Aug 1-5 - Street Hockey (6-14yo)
Session 6: Aug 8-12 - Tumbling (6-15yo)
Session 7: Aug 15-19 - Cheerleading (6-14yo)
Session 8: Aug 22-26 - Wrestling (8-17yo)
|summer camp||sports||all grades||free||Newark, NJ||Rolling||Call: (973) 733-6454|
|Teen Wilderness Adventures||AMC Teen Wilderness Adventures is a unique summer outdoor program in New Hampshire, New York, Massachusetts and Maine. Teen Wilderness Adventures let you discover more of the great outdoors in the company of exceptional leaders and new friends. We have teen summer camps designed for young people with previous experience as well as those new to outdoor experiences. Teen Wilderness Adventures videoNew for 2015! This year we're offering Mountain Bike and Secret Swimming Holes, 100-Mile Maine Wilderness and Katahdin Ultralight Backpack, Backpack & Rock Climb: The Devil's Path and Shawangunks, and Primitive Skills Backpack & Canoe: The Northern Wildlands! We offer exciting, rewarding outdoor adventure education for youth ages 12-18 ranging in length from 5-20 days. Teen Wilderness Adventures combine one or more outdoor activities--like hiking, rock climbing, backpacking, kayaking, canoeing, rafting, and mountain biking--with spectacular destinations. Group size on our programs ranges from 6 to 10, and each of our trips has at least two instructors at all times. Teen Wilderness Adventures participants learn valuable wilderness skills and develop essential life skills. This unique combination fosters an appreciation for the environment, develops self-esteem, instills a spirit of adventure, and promotes teamwork, friendship, and a sense of community through memorable wilderness experiences.||summer camp||outdoor activities and sports||all grades||Tuition||NY, MA, NH, ME||Rolling||http://www.outdoors.org/recreation/teens/index.cfm|
|Trailblazers Camp||Decentralized programming puts the camper in control! Each day's schedule is tailored to the interests of the group – as such, no two sessions are ever the same. Campers experience life in the outdoors by living in teepees and canvas hogans in family-like small camps of 8 to 10 peers, gathering around the fire circle for nightly pow-wows where songs are sung and games are played, after a day filled with a wide variety of outdoor adventure activities, such as mountain biking, swimming and canoeing in our 55 acre lake, archery, nature crafts, hiking and backpacking, outdoor cooking, and fishing.||summer camp||outdoor activities, leadership, food and healthy living||Tuition (but cheaper)||Montague, NJ||Rolling||http://trailblazers.org/program/sleep-away-camp/|
|University Hospital||You will work with patients, staff, and families in over 30 areas of the hospital. Some of the areas are: admissions, boarder baby nursery, book cart couriers, and children’s playroom amongst others. Each of the sections has special and unique activities that the intern can do.||volunteerism||medicine, pediatrics||10 & 11 (must be at least 16)||free||Newark, NJ||Rolling||http://www.uhnj.org/volunteer/html/join.htm|
|University of Alabama Early College Programs||As a current high school student, you don’t have to dream about attending a premier university. You can start now. With UA Early College, you earn college credit at The University of Alabama, online or on campus, while you are still in high school. The result? You reach your goals faster from a nationally recognized, top-50 public university.|
You take classes online, 24/7, anywhere you have access to high-speed internet. You can even take classes on UA’s campus during the summer while living in a residence hall, dining on campus, and participating in campus activities.
We surround you with a strong support network of esteemed UA faculty, academic advisers and peer coaches. You choose from a broad array of courses in subject areas like English, math, computer science, history, anthropology, political science, psychology, and foreign languages such as Japanese, Chinese and Spanish.
|enchriment program||college credit||10th, 11th and 12th||Tuition||Tuscaloosa, AL||Rolling||http://uaearlycollege.ua.edu/|
|USA Sports Camp||This site offers a collection of sports camps near Newark that you can apply for!||summer camp||sports (all types)||All grades||Tuition||NJ/NY/CT, PA, DE||Rolling||http://www.ussportscamps.com/maps|
|Vacamas Summer Camp||Camp Vacamas’ Teen Camps foster independence and provide challenges matched to each teenager’s individual interests. We offer small, specialized programs with 12 to 24 campers in each group. The majority of our Teen Camps are scheduled in 19-day sessions matched to our Junior Camp schedule. Our Theater Program and our Leadership-In-Training Program (LIT) are both six-week sessions. All Teen Camps are designed to assist each teenager in taking the next step in their personal growth and development through a fun, safe, enriching, and challenge- based environment. Emphasis is placed on: Enhancing an interest or skill Building a sense of independence Teaching a mature decision-making process Participating in positive community experiences Teen Camps are full camp experiences, combining traditional camping activities such as land and water sports, crafts, drama, nature, hiking, cook-outs, and campfires with the special areas of concentration the teenage camper has chosen. All specialized supplies and equipment for each program are provided by Camp Vacamas at no additional cost.||summer camp||outdoor activities, camping||9, 10 & 11||Tuition but they offer a much smaller tuition cost than most camps, set individually based on family income||West Milford, NJ||Rolling||http://www.hi4y.org/sleepaway-camps|
|Vincent Robinson Basketball Camp||Summer camp during July/Aug for students interested in bettering themselves in basketball||summer camp||sports (basketball)||9th-11th||tuition||Bloomfield, NJ||Rolling||http://www.vincentrobinsonbasketball.com/|
|Visual Arts Center of New Jersey||The Teen Art Camp is geared towards the mature aspiring artist with a desire to explore a variety of art media and techniques. Led by instructors specializing in teens, students will be inspired and guided through an appealing array of creative projects including landscape painting, portraiture, wheel thrown pottery, digital imaging using Photoshop®, mixed media collages and more. Projects vary on a weekly basis so teen artists can explore a variety of media.||enrichment program||Visual Art||All grades||Tuition||Summit, NJ||Rolling||http://www.artcenternj.org/studio-school/teens/teen-summer-programs/|
|US Airforce Academy Summer Seminar||Summer Seminar at the United States Air Force Academy offers a unique opportunity to get the Academy experience first-hand. Specially designed for high school juniors heading into their senior year, Summer Seminar allows participants to see a realistic slice of cadet life.|
This fun yet demanding program will give you a solid understanding of the challenges and rewards of life as a cadet, as well as insights into what it means to serve as an officer in the United States Air Force. You will leave Summer Seminar more informed, prepared and motivated to excel!
During the Summer Seminar program, you will be assigned to an “element” or group, with an upper class cadet as your Element Leader. Your Element Leader will be with you almost 24 hours a day as your mentor and guide. Along with your element, you will:
Live in cadet dormitories and eat at the cadet dining facility.
Explore academic majors through workshops taught by Academy faculty members in subjects ranging from aeronautics to humanities.
Participate in a variety of physical fitness activities including a practice Candidate Fitness Assessment.
For most participants, the highlight of the program is the “Military Exercise, or MILEX,” where you will experience what it’s like to be a fourth-class cadet, or freshman, at the Academy. During this day you will be challenged mentally and physically. You will experience room inspections, military knowledge tests, and physical challenges and training similar to those fourth-class cadets face.
|enrichment program||11||Tuition ($300)||January 15||http://www.academyadmissions.com/admissions/outreach-programs/summer-seminar/|
|F&M College Prep||F&M College Prep is a three-week residential liberal arts college immersion experience that brings together rising high school seniors from underserved communities around the country and offers them the affective experience of college with substantive courses taught by F&M professors and communal life in our residence and dining halls.|
Franklin and Marshall covers all program costs, including room, board, program materials and transportation expenses. Each student receives a stipend of $500 upon completing the program. Students live in campus residence halls with their peers and program staff. The student to staff ratio is 6:1.
With assistance from generous donors and collaborating partners, Franklin and Marshall covers all program costs, including room, board, program materials and transportation expenses. By the end of the program we want students to leave with a polished college application essay for the Common Application as well as the confidence to engage in a rigorous academic setting, interact with college professors, and be comfortable living away from home on a college campus. In addition, we continue to support our students during their senior year providing guidance as they progress through their college application and decision making process.
|enrichment program||11||Stipend||Lancaster, PA||2/10/2017||https://www.fandm.edu/campus-life/student-success/f-m-college-prep|
|Santa Clara University Summer Engineering Seminar||The School of Engineering at Santa Clara University is pleased to announce its 28th annual Summer Engineering Seminar (SES) program. This special summer experience is for current high school sophomores and juniors who are interested in exploring the field of engineering. The program is designed to acquaint participants with the engineering profession, the academic expectations of college, and the nature of life at a university.||enrichment program||10 & 11||Free, but must pay for transportation||Santa Clara, CA||3/1/2017||https://www.scu.edu/engineering/beyond-the-classroom/outreach/summer-engineering-seminar-ses/|
|Camino al Futuro||Caminos al Futuro is a fully-funded summer scholarship program that engages high-achieving juniors (rising seniors) from U.S. high schools in a residential academic leadership development program at the George Washington University. This program is part of the Cisneros Hispanic Leadership Institute sponsored by GW alumnus Gilbert Cisneros and his wife, Jacki.|
This program seeks to cultivate leadership potential and scholarship in rising seniors who desire to shape issues impacting Hispanic and Latinx communities. Caminos al Futuro scholars will get a chance to examine the political, economic and social transformations impacting Hispanic and Latinx communities nationwide by:
Conducting research, content, and media analyses
Engaging in collaborative projects
Engaging with leaders who help Hispanic and Latinx communities in the United States
Attending site visits and performing community service
|enrichment program||11||Free||Washington, D.C.||3/1/2017||https://summer.gwu.edu/caminos|
|Black Issues Forum||The purpose of the Black Issues Forum is to provide students an opportunity to demonstrate their written and oral communication skills and to enhance their leadership potential. Participants will have the opportunity to interact with university faculty, staff, and currently enrolled students as they discuss and evaluate the important issues of today that affect the African American community at the local, state, national, and/or global level.|
Benefits of attending BIF
Earn one college credit at no charge for the course “Blacks in Higher Education”
Participate in small peer group discussions of current issues affecting the African American community
Experience working in a university library and train in research methods
Interact with faculty, staff and currently enrolled students of Colorado State University
Reside in University residence halls
Take part in social activities, including:
An evening of cultural expression and open mic night
**Must have GPA of 3.0 or higher**
|enrichment program||college credit||11||Free||Colorado||3/3/2017||http://admissions.colostate.edu/BIF/|
|AgDiscovery||The AgDiscovery program was initiated as an APHIS Veterinary Services pilot program in 2002. This year, we have a total of 22 universities hosting an AgDiscovery program at college campuses nationwide. Funding for AgDiscovery is enabled through cooperative agreements between APHIS and the host universities.|
AgDiscovery is a summer camp outreach program designed to help middle through high school aged students explore careers in animal science, veterinary medicine, agribusiness, plant pathology, aquaculture, and much more. This 2-4 week program allows participants to live on a college campus, and discover agricultural science from university professors, practicing veterinarians, industry representatives, and professionals working for the U.S. government. Students who participate in AgDiscovery experience hands-on labs, workshops, field trips, and other group and team building activities. View the 2017 AgDiscovery brochure HERE to learn more about what the program has to offer.
|enrichment program||9, 10, and 11||Free||Various colleges across US||3/10/17||https://www.aphis.usda.gov/aphis/ourfocus/civilrights/agdiscovery/ct_agdiscovery_program/!ut/p/z1/04_iUlDg4tKPAFJABpSA0fpReYllmemJJZn5eYk5-hH6kVFm8Z5GRs6GhiaGPhYm5kYGjiGhAc4GYWbGzj7m-l5gjQj9IBPw64iA6oAqh1P6kUZFvs6-6fpRBYklGbqZeWn5-hHJJfGJ6SmZxcn5ZalFlfEFRfnpRYm5-gXZUZEAmXMJ8g!!/|