|Timestamp||Name of Program||Type of Program||Description||Dates/timeline of program|
Website and/or Contact information
|9/24/18||Georgetown & Cambridge Manors Assisted Living Volunteer Opportunity||Volunteer Open House||Volunteer with Senior Adults....This is a great way for students to explore careers in recreational therapy, physical therapy, nursing, gerontology, health care administration, etc. Our residents love having young adults visit!||Tuesday, 9/25 3:30-5:00 @ 151 Port Sheldon Grandville|
Life Enrichment Director
Georgetown and Cambridge Manors
151 Port Sheldon
Grandville, MI 49418
|4/25/2018 13:51:37||Camp Casey||Volunteer Opportunity||Camp Casey is a nonprofit organization that bring cost-free horseback riding programs to children with cancer and rare blood disorders. We're just expanding to West Michigan located in Grand Rapids) and we're looking for volunteers for our summer programs. Volunteers need to be 16 years+ and although horse experience is welcome and wonderful, it's not required.||Summer 2018|
|4/25/2018 13:56:51||Kids Summer Camps at GRCC||Summer Program||3 different summer camps for 6th- 9th graders: Construction, Manufacturing, and Woodworking.||Dates vary for each type of camp, the earliest beginning July 19.|
|4/25/2018 14:09:39||Beacon College's Summer for Success||College Program||This 3-week summer immersion experience prepares LD/ADHD students (juniors and seniors) for the transition to college with personalized, strategic coursework as well as off-campus activities, while living on our campus in Leesburg, FL with other students who learn differently.|
Throughout the program, your student will develop the basic academic, social and planning skills that they need in order to become a confident, independent, successful college student. They will be able to immediately apply these strategies to their final year in high school and to the college admissions process.
|July 8-27, 2018|
|4/25/2018 14:34:49||Journey to Bucknell||Overnight College Experience||Journey to Bucknell is a program for high achieving, traditionally underrepresented (African-American, Asian-American, biracial/multiracial, Latino/a, Native American, Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander) high school seniors (class of 2019). Students must be rising seniors who are enrolled in an academically rigorous program of study with a minimum unweighted grade point average of 3.5 unweighted and must have taken the ACT, PSAT or SAT. Approximately 100 students will be selected to participate in this selective program. You must be nominated by your school counselor to attend. Nominations are due by Sept. 14, 2018. Journey to Bucknell is free for students who are chosen to attend (travel expenses including flights and shuttles to and from campus, overnight accommodations with a current student and all meals while on campus).||Nov. 4-6, 2018|
|4/25/2018 14:44:21||Discover Swathmore College||Overnight College Experience||The program provides participants with a taste of the college experience, including the opportunity to meet other prospective students, learn from faculty members, eat in our dining hall, and spend a few nights in our residence halls with student hosts. It is for students in the class of 2019 with preference given to traditionally underrepresented groups, first-generation-to-college, and low-income students who want an intellectually vibrant, socially engaged, affordable college. Your counselor can nominate you up until June 25 or you can apply directly online by July 16, 2018.||Sept. 13-15, 2018 and Nov. 1-3, 2018|
|4/25/2018 14:48:20||Ascent GAP Year||GAP Year Program||The Ascent Gap Year Program at Grace Adventures is a 9-month program designed for High School graduates who aren't sure about the next step and want to find their passions, strengths, and who they are.|
The Ascent Program focuses on personal and professional development, learning life skills, spiritual formation, discipleship, and servant-leadership.
|4/25/2018 14:52:58||Girls State Leadership Program||Summer Leadership Opportunity||A week-long women-in-government program at Michigan State University, held the week of June 17, 2018. The program teaches girls how state government works, with the aim of promoting women in government, from elected to appointed offices. We are seeking young ladies who will complete their junior year of high school in May/June of 2018 and have an interest in: community issues (environment, business, education, etc.), government (student government), law (courtroom activities), media (journalism, marketing, video production), and scholarship opportunities.||Applications Due May 31, 2018. Takes place the week of June 17, 2018|
www.michalaux.org, click on Girls State.
|4/26/2018 11:30:43||Informational Academy Event||Informational meeting||Congressman Huizenga will be hosting this informational meeting for high school students interested in attending one of the United States Service Academies. Formal presentation starts at 9:45 am but Congressman Huizenga will be there from 9-10. All students are encouraged to arrive early or stay late to personally meet with Academy Representatives and Congressional Staff about the nomination process. The meeting will be held at the Coast Guard Sector Field Office Grand Haven, 650 S. Harbor Dr., Grand Haven||Sat. May 12 9:00-10:30 am|
Matt Kooiman: Matt.email@example.com or 616-570-0917
|4/30/2018||Campus Moxie||Summer Leadership Opportunity for young women||Experience life on college campus. Get the inside scoop on college admissions, financial aid and career opportunities. Develop leadership & network skills. Interact with professional women mentors. Open to girls 9th-12th grade.||June 26-29 @ University of Detroit Mercy or June 27-29 @ Calvin College|
For more information go to: miwf.org Questions contact: Elly Drain @ firstname.lastname@example.org
|1/8/2019||Gettysburg College- Several Opportunties||Camp Psych - Campers will get hands-on experiences that introduce them to research in psychology during this fun, challenging, and engaging introduction to the field.|
Sunderman Piano Institute - Pianists 12-17 years old who desire to improve their performance skills, collaborate with other pianists, and dive deeply into related music subjects of their choice. Pianists will have opportunities to perform in daily studio class, and the final Friday concert will showcase pianists in both solo and ensemble works.
Writing Camp - Students gain an in-depth introduction to all four genres of creative writing: fiction, poetry, nonfiction, and writing for stage and screen.
3D Object Modeling and Printing Camp - Students will study 3D object modeling and printing starting with the basics of a 3D printer. After learning the fundamentals, they will practice designing objects.
Coding for Robotics & Electronics Camp - Students will gain hands-on experiences in coding, wiring, hardware, and building robots through the open source software known as Arduino. Throughout this camp, campers will learn basic electrical engineering, the physics behind electricity, and how to think like a scientist.
Civil War Institute Summer Conference - The High School Student Scholarship component of Gettysburg College's annual Civil War Institute summer conference provides high school students an opportunity to explore the history of the Civil War era on the site of the war's most decisive battle.
Varies based on program
Please visit http://www.gettysburg.edu/about/offices/fa/conferences/summer-camps.dot?utm_source=Listrak&utm_medium=Email&utm_term=http%3a%2f%2fwww.gettysburg.edu%2fabout%2foffices%2ffa%2fconferences%2fsummer-camps.dot&utm_campaign=Academic+Summer+Programs to get information for each program.
|1/8/2019||The Joyce Ivy Foundation||The Joyce Ivy Foundation is a non-profit, 501c3 organization committed to the academic advancement and leadership development of young women from the Midwest.|
We are a source of scholarships and information. The Joyce Ivy Foundation Summer Scholars program provides scholarships for talented high school women from the Midwest to participate in summer academic programs on the campuses of our college partners.
|The Joyce Ivy Foundation Summer Scholars Program provides scholarships for talented, high-achieving young women from the Midwest to participate in academic summer programs at some of the country's top colleges: Barnard, Brown, Cornell, Emory, Harvard, Johns Hopkins, MIT, Smith, Stanford, Wash U, Yale||-December 2018 |
-March 1 2019
-May 17 - 18
Ann Arbor, MI -May 18
Ann Arbor, MI
|1/17/2019||GATE 2019-20||Middle School & High School courses|
Our academic year programs challenge gifted middle and high
school students in math, literature, and language. These programs
are designed to replace high school curricula, allowing students to
complete four years of Michigan High School Content Expectations
(HSCE) and Common Core National Standards in just two years of
study. Courses meet once a week and are taught by MSU instructors.
Students are expected to stay with the program for the full two-year
cycle. After completion, students are prepared to take advanced
placement (AP) courses at their high school or dual enroll through
MSU or another institution.
Eligibility varies by program but is generally determined by
ACT or SAT scores and other requirements.
|Early Bird- 2/1/19||https://gifted.msu.edu/upload/2019-2020%20FINAL%20GATE%20Program%20Guide.pdf|
|1/17/2019||Gilda's Club||Volunteer||GARDENS & GROUNDS|
|1/17/19||Duke University||Summer College||Earn college credit alongside academically-motivated students from around the world in Duke University’s Summer College for High School Students. If you are a student currently in grades 10 – 12, you are eligible to apply as early as December 3, 2018. This 4-week credit-bearing program offered by Duke University attracts students who represent the next generation of leaders from around the world. Immerse yourself in an international college experience by enrolling in this élite program designed to provide high school students with an academic and residential environment conducive to collegiate success.||April 15, 2019|
|1/17/19||Duke University||Summer Academy||Have fun and enjoy personal enrichment classes with academically-motivated students from around the world in Duke University’s Summer Academy for High School Students. Students currently in grades 9 - 12 are eligible to apply. This three-week, non-credit-bearing program attracts students who represent the next generation of innovators and global citizens from around the world. Enroll in this élite program and immerse yourself in an international experience designed to expose you to leading-edge fields and equip you to be a leader in an ever-changing tomorrow.|
Would you like to supplement your three-week course with a one-week, hands-on research experience at Duke? You can do that by also applying to our Accelerated STEM Academy, which will be held either one week prior to or after our Summer Academy. The Accelerated STEM Academy is a one-week residential program in which you will explore Duke’s state-of-the-art laboratories, learn about pioneering research, and experience the life of a world-class researcher.
|April 15, 2019|
|1/22/19||Camp Kesem-MSU||Summer Camp||We accept children ages 6-18 of any background who have been affected by a parent’s (or primary guardian’s) cancer, whether their parent is currently battling, in remission, or has passed away from cancer. Camp Kesem gives them a place to simply be a kid again and have an incredible week of fun and laughter, while surrounded by other children who are going through similar experiences. Our camp is staffed by student volunteers at MSU who recruit campers and plan out camp in its entirety. This year, our camp dates are: June 30th - July 6th and August 11th - August 17th, 2019!||June 30th - July 6th and August 11th - August 17th, 2019|
|1/22/19||UA Early College||College Prep||Sophomores, Juniors and Seniors! High school students can earn up to 30 credit hours, online or on campus.|
24/7 access to classes for flexibility around busy schedules.
Credits transfer to most colleges nationwide.
Strong UA support system for academic success.
Eligible for early housing selection and admission benefits when applying to The University of Alabama as a freshman.
Option to live and study on campus during summer (June, July, or both)
|Several different options|