|Lowell College Center Summer Programs & Internships List|
|(Disclaimer: Inclusion of a program here is NOT an endorsement by Lowell High School)|
|Academic||Academic||UC BERKELEY SUMMER PRE-COLLEGIATE PROGRAM||Berkeley, CA|
UC BERKELEY SUMMER PRE-COLLEGIATE PROGRAM: Gives high school students an introduction to college life. Allows them to take courses, earn academic credit, and attend seminars related to the college application process. Open to students completing 10 - 11th grade with at least a B average. No housing provided. Registration and Course fees required. Info and application online at http://summer.berkeley.edu/special-programs/pre-collegiate.
|Academic||Academic||UC SUMMER ACADEMIC TALENT DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM SUMMER SCHOOL||Berkeley, CA||2/14/2018 (returning) 2/28/2018 (new)|
UC SUMMER ACADEMIC TALENT DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM (ATDP) - Six-week program offers challenging courses to exceptionally academically talented students through grade 11. Application requires: latest report card, scores on recent achievement test, essay or intellectual/creative product, teacher review. Program runs June 18 – July 27, 2018. Tuition varies with courses, $650 - $1500. Financial Aid available. http://atdp.berkeley.edu/about/sd.
|Academic||Summer Immersion||COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY||NYC and Barcelona||Taste of academic life in ivy league institute||sps.columbia.edu/HS||1/31/18 wz|
|Academic Research||Research/ Inter-disciplinary Mentorship||RMP-UC SANTA BARBARA RESEARCH MENTORSHIP PROGRAM||Santa Barbara, CA||3/15/2018|
UC SANTA BARBARA RESEARCH MENTORSHIP PROGRAM (RMP): Program Dates: June 24 - August 4,2018. A competitive 6-week Summer program for high-achieving current 10th & 11th grade students (3.8 weighted a-g). Students paired with mentor and choose research project from large list of disciplines. Residential & Commuter options. Extensive online application. Email: email@example.com or call 805-893-7053. Info and application: http://summer.ucsb.edu/rmp.
|http://summer.ucsb.edu/rmp||Tuition incl room & board on campus: commuter - $4,500. residential - $10,499||2/2/18 kw|
|Accounting, Finance & Business||Career Development||ACAP-ACCOUNTING CAREER AWARENESS PROGRAM||Berkeley, CA||5/4/2018||ACCOUNTING CAREER AWARENESS PROGRAM (ACAP): A free one-week summer residency program designed to increase the numbers of underrepresented students of color pursuing careers in accounting and related business fields. Includes lectures, field trips and fun. Participants gain access to mentoring, internships, scholarships, and a social network. FREE. Open to students completing 9th -11th grade. Held at UC Berkeley from July 15-20, 2018. application with letter of recommendation received by 5/4/2018. Application online at: http://www.acapsfbayarea.org/.||http://www.acapsfbayarea.org/||Free||4/6/18 ebc|
|Animals,Environmental Education||SAN FRANCISCO ZOO VOLUNTEERS||San Francisco||Must attend orientation: look on website for dates|
SAN FRANCISCO ZOO VOLUNTEERS: Offers a variety of summer volunteer opportunities for high school students. Talk On The Wild Side (learn how to handle livestock, insects and more, while giving talks to zoo visitors), ages 14-17 yrs. old. Zoo T.A. (assist camp teachers with activities and gain practical work experience with children), ages 14-17 yrs old. Must attend orientation: look on website. More information at http://www.sfzoo.org/learn/volunteer.html#teen Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 415-753-8123.
|Arts||Academic/Art||CALIFORNIA STATE SUMMER SCHOOL FOR THE ARTS||Valencia, CA||2/28/2018|
CALIFORNIA STATE SUMMER SCHOOL FOR THE ARTS (INNERSPARK): A four week program of pre-professional training in visual arts, performing arts, creative writing, animation, and film for students in grades 9 to 12. July 7 to Aug 3, 2018. Tuition $1850. Financial Aid available. Apply online: https://www.csssa.ca.gov/
|https://www.csssa.ca.gov/||Tuition $1850||2/9/18 kw|
|Arts||Paid Internship||SPOTLIGHT ON THE ARTS||San Francisco||4/15/18|
SPOTLIGHT ON THE ARTS: Cal. Lawyers for the Arts sponsors a paid 7-week (20 hrs/week) summer internships at an arts organization (i.e. museum, a theater or a dance company). Thirty interns will participate in enrichment workshops, cultural activities, field trip, and work with creative professionals and program staff. $1200 stipend. Must be 14-17, low-income family, SF resident. Dates June 25-Aug 10, 2018.
Applications may be sent in several ways: (1) By email to email@example.com; (2) By fax to (415) 775-1143; or (3) by mail to California Lawyers for the Arts, Fort Mason Center, 2 Marina Blvd, Building C-265, San Francisco, CA, 94123.
|Arts||Volunteer Internship||SOUTHERN EXPOSURE/Mission Voices Summer||San Francisco||No information for 2018|
SOUTHERN EXPOSURE/Mission Voices Summer Internship: Volunteer internships at the Mission Voices Summer Program (a 4-week summer arts program for youth). Assist teachers, youth and perform administrative work. Check website for future opportunities: https://www.soex.org/get-involved/internships
|Arts||Paid Internship||YOUTH ART EXCHANGE SUMMER INTERNSHIP (SF/Lick Wilmerding HS)||San Francisco||4/16/2018|
YOUTH ART EXCHANGE SUMMER INTERNSHIP: For the Summer Session, we offer 50 paid internships in the arts to public high school students in San Francisco. Interns receive professional experience in their medium and a stipend upon completion.$425 Paid Filmakiing internship or $300 paid Traditional Percussion Intternship. Location: Lick Wilmerding H.S., 29 Howth St. SF. Must be between the ages of 14 and 17/18 and attend a SF public high school. $350-$450 stipend. Info and application online:
|https://youthartexchange.org/enroll/||$350-$450 stipend||yes||4/6/18 ebc|
|Arts, Architecture, Design, Writing||Academic/Art||CALIFORNIA COLLEGE OF THE ARTS (CCA)/Pre-College Program||Oakland, CA||Rolling admission. Scholarship application deadline Mar 5, 2018|
CALIFORNIA COLLEGE of the ARTS (CCA) SUMMER PROGRAMS. Four-week program where students can take college-level classes in art, architecture, design, or creative writing. Ages 15-18 eligible. Earn 3 units of college credit. Dates: June 25-July 20, 2018. Tuition $3150 plus $1155 housing. Financial Aid available. Scholarship deadline March 5, 2018. Apply online: http://www.cca.edu/academics/precollege.
|http://www.cca.edu/academics/precollege||Tuition $3150 plus $1155 Housing||3/23/18 kw|
|Arts/TV/Film||Paid Internship||KIDS ON CAMERA||SF, Marin, East Bay||See website|
KIDS ON CAMERA: Paid internship at TV/Film Acting Day Camp. Work and learn from professionals through activities with children. Get exposure to on-camera acting techniques. Applicants 15 and older. Minimum wage. Marin Camp June 25-28, 2018, some weekends. Jobs for camera operators, too. Info and application: http://www.kids-on-camera.com , email: firstname.lastname@example.org, phone: 415-440-4400.
|Aviation||Flight Instruction||UPWIND SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM||San Carlos, CA||Application opens in November.Extensive application including video received by 5 pm 2/23/2018|
UPWIND SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM: Provides complete flight instruction for a student to earn his/her Private Pilot License during the summer between their junior and senior year of high school. Young women and low income students especially encouraged! Recipient announced by 3/16/2017. ground instruction begins April and training begins the end of June. Application online. (Extensive application including video.) Must be received by 5 pm 2/23/2018. Contact Upwind at email@example.com or 650-394-5364. http://www.sancarlosflight.com/upwind.
|Business||Business & Finance||LEAD SUMMER BUSINESS INSTITUTE||Various||2/15/2018|
LEAD SUMMER BUSINESS INSTITUTE: Well-regarded business schools throughout US host rising high school seniors for 3-week program featuring interactive classes and 1-on-1 sessions led by U. professors & corporate execs.Curriculum addresses marketing, accounting, computer science, finance, economics and ethics. Case studies, field trips to local businesses, meet entrepreneurs, formulate business plans. Year round call: 215-261-7001. Residential, co-ed, ages 17-18. Fee $1400-2800, 3-4 weeks. (LEAD's Partnership with NAFOA still on NAFOA's website, but no dates/prices listed.
www.nafoa.org/education_2.html.) Lead's website is: http://leadprogram.org/.
|www.nafoa.org/education_2.html||$1400-2800 tuition||2/9/18 kw|
|Chicano, Leadership||Leadership||CLYLP-CHICANO LATINO YOUTH LEADERSHIP PROJECT||Sacramento & Bay Area||4/11/2018|
CHICANO LATINO YOUTH LEADERSHIP PROJECT (CLYLP): Two all-expenses-paid leadership programs. 1) Sacramento Leadership Conference: Week-long summer leadership conference for current 10th & 11th grade students. July 21-July 28, 2018. Held at CSU Sacramento. 2) Bay Area Institute: Three-day leadership institute for current 10th & 11th grade students. June 22-24, 2018. Housed at UC Berkeley. Letter of recommendation required. Info: firstname.lastname@example.org. Info & Application for both programs at http://clylp.org/ and http://clylp.org/programs/high-school-program-application/
|http://clylp.org/programs/high-school-program-application/||All expenses paid.||2/23/18 kw|
|College Readiness||Academic, Internship||STUDENTS RISING ABOVE||Bay Area||3/4/2018||SRA’s comprehensive program provides college readiness workshops, academic support, mentoring, financial assistance and literacy, healthcare, career guidance, internships and job placement, community networking, and leadership development. 90% of SRA students GRADUATE from college within 4.5 years. High School JUNIOR (graduate Spring 2019) Eligibility: From a low-income family, Demonstrated strength of character in overcoming obstacles not of his/her own making, Committed to earning a four-year college degree, Maintain a GPA of 3.0 or higher. Highly recommended by a teacher, counselor, or mentor. Willing to share personal story|
Live within the nine-county Bay Area.
|Computer Skills||Volunteer||TEEN COMPUTER CORPS||SF Public Library||Ongoing|
TEEN COMPUTER CORPS: Looking for volunteers (tech-savvy high school students) to help adults and seniors with basic computing skills at the SF Public Library. Hours vary from branch to branch. Students who speak Cantonese, Mandarin or Russian would be especially valuable at Richmond Branch. Check with your branch or online: http://themixatsfpl.org/jobs-and-volunteer
|Counselor||Volunteer||MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY(MDA) SUMMER CAMP||Portola, CA||See website|
MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY (MDA) SUMMER CAMP: Need volunteer camp counselors to work at a week-long sleep away camp. Camp is specifically for youths with neuromuscular diseases. Must be 16 or older. 415-673-7500, MDA San Francisco. 3 letters reference, MDA staff interview, bg check.
|Culinary||Internship||MISSION YMCA TEEN TOP CHEF YOUTH CULINARY INTERNSHIP||San Francisco||Ongoing|
MISSION YMCA TEEN TOP CHEF YOUTH CULINARY INTERNSHIP: This program focuses on healthy living and youth workforce development. Youth develop cooking skills that can be used in a professional kitchen. This program is taught by a licensed chef and helps provide youth with the building blocks to find a job in today’s competitive job market. The Youth are also encouraged to share cultural and historical facts about food and cooking, demonstrating the tools necessary to build a healthy living foundation. Teen Chefs have the opportunity to grow and develop their culinary skills as they become part of the Teen Catering Crew. Free, ongoing. http://www.ymcasf.org/programs/teen-programs-mission. Questions: contact Maggie Gori, email@example.com / 415.452.7578
|Design/Architecture/City Planning||Academic||EMBARC DESIGN ACADEMY/College of Environmental Design||UC Berkeley||5/1/2018|
EMBARC DESIGN ACADEMY/College of Environmental Design (UCB): An Intensive 4-week program. July 2 - 27, 2018. Students study architecture, urban design, and sustainable city planning at the UC Berkeley College of Environmental Design (CED) through a series of lectures, field trips and a design-build project for a local non-profit partner. Students entering their junior or senior year are eligible. A GPA of 3.0 recommended. Letter of recommendation required. Tuition $4069 for domestic commuter. Limited financial aid available. Info and application online at http://ced.berkeley.edu/academics/summer-programs/embarc-design-academy/cost/.
|http://ced.berkeley.edu/academics/summer-programs/embarc-design-academy/how-to-apply/||Tuition: $4191 commuter||Yes, app due 4/2/18||3/23/18 kw|
|Diversity/Pre-College||Diversity/Pre-College||EXPERIENCE BERKELEY||U.C. Berkeley||4/18/2018|
EXPERIENCE BERKELEY: For current 11th grade students. Free program to increase diversity of Black, Latino, Native American and mixed-race students at UC Berkeley through day long conferences Jul 20-21, Aug 18, Oct 20; provides UC application resources, info. on scholarships and financial aid; students meet admission officers, connect with UCB staff, professors and students; mentoring by UCB undergraduates. Apply as a HS Junior; must have 3.5 GPA. Online application & letter of reference required. Info & application: http://www.stileshall.org/experience-berkeley/eb-highschool/ Info: (510) 841-6010
|Education||Paid TA positions & unpaid volunteer positions.||AIM HIGH||San Francisco||Interviews start in Jan 2018, continue until positions filled|
AIM HIGH/ SUMMER PROGRAM: Paid Teaching Assistant positions for students interested in pursuing an education career. Work with middle school students. 6-week position. Applications are reviewed Feb to April. Stipend varies with experience and grade level. Also offers volunteer positions for 9th and 10th graders. Interviews start in Jan 2018, continue until positions filled. Call 415-551-2320. Information and application: http://www.aimhigh.org/faculty/apply_teach_aim_high.php.
|Education||Volunteer tutoring||BREAKTHROUGH SAN FRANCISCO /VLP||SF Day School (350 Masonic Ave.)||See website|
BREAKTHROUGH SAN FRANCISCO/Volunteer Leadership Program (VLP): Looking for high school students (including graduating seniors) to serve as volunteer teaching assistants in summer program for middle school students at SF Day School. 6/25-8/3/2018. For details call Sasha Mungal at 415-568-3667 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Info and application online: http://www.breakthroughsf.org/volunteer. Apply online.
Working With Children
|Summer Intern/Paid||GALILEO - CAMPS||40 Bay Area Locations||Accepting applications now|
GALILEO--CAMPS: Paid Summer Intern: Support team leaders and assistant instructors in camp activities. 40 Bay Area Locations. Age group of children and work dates depend on location of camp. Applicant should specify location. Must be 16 or older by first day of camp. Apply now online: http://www.galileo-camps.com/jobs/apply/summer-intern
Working With Children
|Paid Counselor & Volunteer||SUMMER ADVENTURE CAMP FOR KIDS||SF Chinatown||Apply now|
SUMMER ADVENTURE CAMP FOR KIDS: Paid Counselor and Volunteer jobs at 8-week summer day camp in Chinatown, June 18 – July 27, 2018. Must be 16 for paid jobs, entering 9th grade for volunteer jobs. Pay varies with experience and available funding. Detailed job descriptions and application online at http://www.sackdaycamp.com/staff.html.
|http://www.sackdaycamp.com/staff.html||Paid & Unpaid||4/6/18 kw|
|Engineering||Academic||SANTA CLARA UNIVERSITY SUMMER ENGINEERING SEMINAR||Santa Clara||3/1/2018 by 5 pm|
SANTA CLARA UNIVERSITY SUMMER ENGINEERING SEMINAR: Free 1-week residential program for students interested in engineering and the sciences. Must be incoming Junior or Senior. Check website for eligibility criteria. Apply online (teacher recommendation required.) Three sessions in July. https://www.scu.edu/engineering/beyond-the-classroom/outreach/summer-engineering-seminar-ses/.
|Engineering||Academic||RENSSELAER POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE/ PREFACE PROGRAM||Troy, NY||March 23, 2018|
RENSSELAER POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE (Troy, NY)/PREFACE PROGRAM: Free two-week summer program for students entering 11th or 12th grade in the Fall of the coming year from groups that have been historically and traditionally underrepresented or underserved in science, engineering, and technological fields who are interested in pursuing an engineering or technological career. Free tuition and room and board. July 8 - 21, 2018. For more info go to http://doso.rpi.edu/update.do?catcenterkey=87.
|https://info.rpi.edu/pre-college-initiatives/preface||Free||Stipend $4750 + room, board & travel to lab||4/13/18 kw|
|Engineering||Academic||SAME-SOCIETY OF AMERICAN MILITARY ENGINEERS ENGINEERING & CONSTRUCTION CAMPS(Vicksburg, MS; Camp Lejeune, NC; Colorado Springs, CO)||Several||Varies by branches. See website|
SOCIETY OF AMERICAN MILITARY ENGINEERS (SAME) ENGINEERING & CONSTRUCTION CAMPS: SAME sponsors 3 different week-long engineering/STEM camps for high school students who excel in math and science and are interested in pursuing engineering in college. Dates vary by military branch and location. See http://www.same.org/STEMCAMPS for fees, dates, deadlines, locations and eligibility. Local posts may pay half of the cost and air fare. Application process: http://www.same.org/STEM-Camps/Application-Process
|http://www.same.org/STEMCAMPS||varies by camp||$1000 educational award||4/6/18 ebc|
|Engineering, Science||Academic, residential & online||MITES-Minority Introduction to Engineering and Science, M.I.T.||Cambridge, MA||2/1/2018|
MITES (Minority Introduction to Engineering and Science), M.I.T.: Offers 3 free residential and online programs for juniors interested in science and engineering careers. Each of these programs 100% scholarship-based. Student need only pay for transportation to and from M.I.T. Dates: June 23-August 3, 2018. More info on all programs: http://oeop.mit.edu/programs/mites.
|http://oeop.mit.edu/programs/mites||All expenses except travel covered||Merit & need based||3/16/18 kw|
|Environment, Recreation, Education, Leadership||Internship||GG NATIONAL PARKS CONSERVANCY/LINC Summer Program||San Francisco||3/11/2018|
Crissy Field Center/GG National Parks Consvervancy: LINC Park Stewardship Internship: During this intensive, six-week program, local high school students assist with service projects, attend leadership workshops, and take field trips to special park sites. Open to rising freshmen, sophomores, and juniors. Interns learn about the National Parks and environment through hands-on activities during summer camp activities with campers, classroom management with mentors, and off-site field trips. For more information: http://www.parksconservancy.org/learn/youth/leaders.
|http://www.parksconservancy.org/learn/youth/leadership/||Free||Stipend paid after completion of program||4/6/18 kw|
|Outdoor Conservation Work/Paid||YOUTH CONSERVATION CORPS (YCC)/ NATIONAL PARKS||Varies||Depends on the park. Yosemite due March 30, 2018|
YOUTH CONSERVATION CORPS (YCC)/ NATIONAL PARKS: 8-10 week summer programs in national parks. Must be between the ages of 15-18 yrs. old. Most are non-residential but check with park you're interested in. Two residential programs: Yellowstone and Yosemite National Parks. Pays highest minimum wage at park location. Deadline depends on park. Yosemite due 3/30/2018. Info at http://www.nps.gov/gettinginvolved/youthprograms/ycc.htm. Yosemite program: http://www.nps.gov/yose/getinvolved/ycc.htm. Application form: https://www.nps.gov/subjects/youthprograms/upload/English-YCC-Application-fillable-exp-1-31-2020-1.pdf.
|http://www.nps.gov/gettinginvolved/youthprograms/ycc.htm||Highest minimum wage for location.||3/23/18ejb|
|Environmental||Travel, Adventure, Paid Internship||ENVIRONMENTAL TRAVELING COMPANIONS / YOUTH LEAD PROGRAM||Sausalito & Inverness, CA|
ENVIRONMENTAL TRAVELING COMPANIONS (ETC) /Youth LEAD PROGRAM: offers life-changing experiences for diverse groups of teens, ages 14-18. Kayaking, whitewater rafting, backpacking & more. Fee: $2200 - $3400. Sliding scale scholarships available. After summer courses, ETC offers opportunities to stay connected to the wilderness and continue to build leadership skills through the Youth LEAD Fellowship Program, volunteer guide training, and program internships. Summer/Fall Internships are 3-month minimum commitment, $500 monthly stipend, and require intern to be able to get to Sausalito/Inverness, training provided. More info at
http://www.etctrips.org/adventures/youth-lead-courses.. Or call: 415-474-7662 ext 16
|Environmental Education, Leadership||Internship||SF REC AND PARK GREENAGERS||SF Parks||4/20/2018|
Greenagers take field trips to different parks and open spaces in the city’s southeast, meet with Rec and Park staff, research issues they are interested in, and use parks and open spaces to create projects based on what they find. Participants meet and work with teens their own age and gain crucial skills in leading workshops, networking, public speaking, teamwork, environmental education, habitat restoration, park beautification and community engagement. Greenagers meet 3 program Saturdays a month for duration of nine months (April-December). Every Greenager earns points based on the following criterion which determines how much of their stipend they will receive at the end of each month (Interns can make up to $100/month): To apply to the Southeast Program, you must live in or attend a school/program in one of the following areas: Bayview, Hunter's Point, Excelsior, Portola, Visitacion Valley, Crocker Amazon, Silver Terrace, etc. To apply to the Northeast Program, you must live in or attend a school/program in one of the following areas: Chinatown, Western Addition, Tenderloin, etc. Completed applications are due by 11:59 pm on April 20, 2018.
|Health Care||Employment||KP LAUNCH High School (formerly SYEP) - Kaiser Permanente SF||San Francisco||Varies by location, 2/26/2018|
KP LAUNCH/ High School (formerly SYEP) at Kaiser Permanente: Eight-week paid summer employment in health care. Priority given to juniors and seniors. (Geared towards underserved or at-risk students.) Must submit application in person. Information: http://share.kaiserpermanente.org/article/ncal-launch/ For further info and application email Kp.Launch@kp.org.
|http://share.kaiserpermanente.org/article/ncal-launch/||Paid||Some diversity honoraria are available.||4/6/18 ebc|
|International||Leadership||THE EXPERIMENT in INTERNATIONAL LIVING LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE||India, South Africa, US||1/17/2018||THE EXPERIMENT IN INTERNATIONAL LIVING. LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE: Current high school juniors may apply for full scholarship to The Experiment's Leadership Institute programs in India with focus on Global Health, or South Africa with focus on Peace, Politics, and Human Rights for students deeply interested in intercultural leadership, global issues, and civic engagement. Programs are fully funded, including travel. Questions, contact 800 345-2929 or email@example.com. https://www.experiment.org/pn/programs/experiment-leadership-institute/||https://www.experiment.org/pn/programs/experiment-leadership-institute/||Full Scholarship if accepted||Available||2/9/18 kw|
|International||Leadership/Cultural Exchange/Comm. Service||AMIGOS de las AMERICAS/YOUTH AMBASSADORS PROGRAM||Latin America||4/15/2018|
AMIGOS de las AMERICAS/YOUTH AMBASSADORS PROGRAM: summer volunteer programs for high school students create a unique opportunity to immerse yourself in a new culture, improve your Spanish, and make an impact. Participants work with US and Latin American peers on community service projects related to areas such as public health, leadership through sports, civic engagement, youth entrepreneurship, and environmental sustainability. Live like a local with your host family. Improve your Spanish with authentic immersion. Enjoy the independence to shape your own experience. Build lifelong friendships that bridge borders. Work with local youth on a service project. Earn up to 270 service hours. Info & application: https://amigosinternational.org/volunteeropportunities/
|International||Cultural Exchange||SF-OSAKA SISTER CITY ASSOCIATION/HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT AMBASSADOR PROGRAM||Japan|
SF-OSAKA SISTER CITY ASSOCIATION/HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT AMBASSADOR PROGRAM (Osaka, Japan): This program offers two high school students a three-week stay in Osaka, Japan. Current 9th-11th grade students are eligible. Scheduled for mid-July to early August. Scholarship consists of a free-round trip ticket to Osaka. No language requirement, but basic conversational Japanese preferred. Selection will be based on a written essay and an oral interview. Application available at VICCI Center, Rm. 116. More Info: Contact Miho Armacost at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Contact Miho Armacost at email@example.com||2/23/18 kw|
|International||Exchange||YOUTH FOR UNDERSTANDING||International||Apply now|
YOUTH FOR UNDERSTANDING: Foreign exchange program in 39 different countries from Europe to So. America to Asia with home stays. Summer programs usually begin in mid to late June and end in late July or early August. Apply as soon as possible to get your preference of country and program placement. Tuition $8,000 - $13,000. Scholarships: Key Club/Key Leader Scholarship. On website click on "Study Abroad" then on "Scholarships." Applicants must have 2.0 GPA or better for summer program. http://www.yfuusa.org/.
|International||Exchange||EXPERIMENT IN INTERNATIONAL LIVING||International|
EXPERIMENT IN INTERNATIONAL LIVING: Cross-cultural summer abroad programs in 32 countries, each with homestay. Dates & costs depend on location. Need-based financial aid. Up to 50 % off program fee
available to students who apply before March 1, 2018. Students seeking need-based aid should apply early. Info: http://www.experiment.org/. Leadership institute deadline 1/17/18. Other programs fill on rolling basis Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
|International||Travel & Service Programs||RUSTIC PATHWAYS||U.S. & International||Filled on first come, first serve. Usually Early March for Service Scholarship|
RUSTIC PATHWAYS: Offers unique summer programs all over the world as well as in the U.S. Can choose from adventure, community service, language, and life skills programs. Students can design and customize their own program. Available to students from 13- 18 years old. Cost: $1300 - $9000 + travel. Service Scholarship deadline is 3/6/2018. Info & application: http://rusticpathways.com/.
|http://rusticpathways.com/||Varies by location||3/23/18ebc|
|International||Homestay, adventure & language programs||ASSE INTERNATONAL/EXCHANGE PROGRAMS||International||Preliminary application and fee due as soon as possible.|
ASSE INTERNATONAL/EXCHANGE PROGRAMS: Summer Homestay (6 weeks), 17 countries to choose from. Immerse yourself in a country’s language and culture while living with a host family. Summer Language Programs (4 weeks) in France, Germany or Spain. Structured language study, cultural excursions & host family stay. Students ages 15-18 may apply. Costs: $5200-$7600. Some scholarships available. Apply as soon as possible. Info: https://asse.com/
|https://asse.com/||Non-refundable application fee: $250.Varies. $5200-$7600.||Needs based, avail for up to 25% of program cost. Transportation.||4/6/18 ebc|
|International||Community service, cultural exchange, adventure travel & language immersion||GLOBAL WORKS||International||Rolling|
GLOBAL WORKS: Offers a wide variety of destinations, service projects, travel activities, and language immersion options with homestay experience. Open to students ages 14-18. Rolling admission. Cost $2,295 - $6,200. Early season discount. Check website for other tuition discounts. . Info: 303-545-2202, or: https://www.globalworkstravel.com/
|https://www.globalworkstravel.com/||Varies by location||Full, including airfare.||4/6/18ebc|
|International||Exchange||AFS INTERCULTURAL PROGRAMS USA||International||Varies by different programs. See website|
AFS INTERCULTURAL PROGRAMS USA: Four to seven-week summer overseas programs with Homestay, Community Service and Language Study. Costs $3290-$9500. Significant merit and need-based scholarships available. https://www.afsusa.org/study-abroad/scholarships/bp
|http://www.afsusa.org/||$4800-$9500.||Up to $400 to cover travel Need based.||4/6/18 ebc|
|International Affairs||Institute||WORLD AFFAIRS COUNCIL, SUMMER INSTITUTE ON INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS||San Francisco||Application open in April|
WORLD AFFAIRS COUNCIL, SUMMER INSTITUTE ON INTERNATIONAL AFFAIRS: A program on international affairs for high school and community college students. Attend council events, engage with like-minded peers and practice research, writing and speaking skills. Learn about the world through policy simulations, debates, presentations and speaker interviews. Meets weekly at the WAC office in SF for six weeks from June-August. $50 fee; some financial aid. Info and application online at http://www.worldaffairs.org/about-us/what-we-do/education.
|International, Academic Exchange||CIEE Global Navigator||International, various||Full price: Rolling; Scholarship and financial aid: 2/1/2018|
CIEE GLOBAL NAVIGATOR SUMMER ABROAD PROGRAM: Over 24 cities & 20 countries available. 4-week programs in Language and Culture: Spanish, French, Mandarin, German, Italian, Japanese or Arabic. 3-week programs in Service & Leadership focus on global issues: peoples’ migration, environment, children’s rights, education. Work on projects within community. 3-wk programs in Global Discovery: marine biology, conservation & sustainability, social media journalism, or global entrepreneurship. Can earn skills certification & academic credit. Cost: $4,000 - $6,600 + travel. Scholarships: $20K+ grants & scholarships set aside for Lowell HS Students for every year! Rolling admission when pay in full. Inquire and apply online: http://www.ciee.org/high-school-summer-abroad/
|Job Skills||Internship||PROJECT PULL||San Francisco||2/26/2018|
SAN FRANCISCO PROJECT PULL SUMMER INTERNSHIP PROGRAM: 8-week paid internship for high school juniors, seniors & incoming college freshman; multipart program, providing mixture of educational, challenging and fun opportunities inside and outside the workplace; students paired with City employees for mentoring and help, providing work experience and skills necessary to become successful in the workforce; interns work 20 hours/week, including 16 hours at worksite and 4 hours at weekly enrichments. Info and application: http://www.sfgov.org/projectpull/
|Job Skills||Paid Internship||SF YOUTHWORKS||San Francisco||4/6/2018 by 5pm|
SF YOUTHWORKS: Paid summer interns will work in city government offices, libraries, and recreation facilities. Up to 16 hours a week. Students entering grades 11 & 12 in the fall are eligible. Paid SF minimum wage. Application available online. Must be received by 4/6/2018 5pm. Info: call 415-202-7913 or visit website. http://sfyouthworks.org.
|http://sfyouthworks.org||SF minimum wage||3/23/18 kw|
|Job Skills||Job Training& Employment||SF RECREATION & PARKS/WORKREATION||San Francisco||no information|
SF RECREATION & PARKS/WORKREATION: Job training and mentorship program. Open to students between ages 14-17 who live or go to school in SF. Participants work in a variety of recreational, athletic, aquatic, horticultural and administrative positions. Work week: 20-30 hours. Paid internship. Apply online: http://www.jobaps.com/sf/ under class 9910 Public Service Trainee. Questions http://sfyouthjobs.org/recreation-park-department-workreation-program/.
|Job Skills||Internship||FUTURE GRADS PROGRAM||San Francisco||FUTURE GRADS PROGRAM: 8-week paid summer internships for 50 14-18 year olds. Max of 8 hrs/day and 20hrs/wk. SFPD, SF Police Foundation, SFCiti, other governmental agencies, along with private employers make internship assignments. Internships begin in June with tech skills workshop & program orientation. Application, 300-word essay, and interview. Applications online at http://sanfranciscopolice.org/youthprogram.||http://sanfranciscopolice.org/youthprogram||Paid||3/23/18ebc|
|Job Skills||Job Skills Event||SF YOUTH JOBS+ |
YOUTH RESOURCE FAIR
(was HIRE SF YOUTH)
|Hilton Union Square (333 O'Farrell), SF||Mayor's Youth Jobs+ Fair: 3/17/2018||SF YOUTH JOBS+ YOUTH RESOURCE FAIR: Free event for SF youth aged 16-24. A partnership of SF and the United Way, the fair will help you prepare for jobs, review your resume, practice interviews, and connect to youth employers. Youth Resource Fair location: Hilton Union Squre (333 O'Farrell) Register now to reserve a spot and get the most out of it. Info and registration: http://sfyouthjobs.org/||http://sfyouthjobs.org/mayors-youth-jobs-resource-fair/||Limited scholarships available||4/6/18 kw|
|Job Skills||Jobs Internships||SF YOUTH JOBS+|
|San Francisco||Rolling register|
SF YOUTH JOBS+: a city-wide program to help young adults (ages 16-24) find summer employment. Register to use the system and login to express interest in jobs and internships that enable work-based learning. Program of SF Dept. of Children, Youth and their Families, the United Way, SFUSD and others. Info and registration: http://sfyouthjobs.org/youth/.
|Job Skills||Job Skills and Jobs||EHSS-ENTERPRISE FOR HIGH SCHOOL SUDENTS / Pathways Program||San Francisco||Spring cycle: closed, Summer cycle: coming soon|
ENTERPRISE FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS (EHSS), SF/ Pathways Program: The summer cycle of their Pathways Program starts in June. Open to students ages 14-18. Get job skills training and help finding paying jobs (for next summer). Must attend ONE Info Session in May. To learn more and sign up for an Info Session, call EHSS at 415.392.7600 ext. 1 or email email@example.com or sign up online at http://www.ehss.org/signup. More info at http://www.ehss.org/students.html
|http://www.ehss.org/students.html||Partial, need-based. Apply early.||4/13/18 kw|
|Job Training||Job Skills, Paid Corporate Internships||Genesys Works||Bay Area||2/23/2018|
GENESYS WORKS: At Genesys Works, students train in Information Technology & professional skills. They can earn paid corporate internships, prepare for college & career success, build strong resumes and create professional networks, while participating in fun events in Bay Area. Applicants should be: 1) Current HS Juniors on track to graduate. 2) Commit to 8 weeks training from June to August) Able to work afternoons during senior year 15-20 hrs/week. 4) Eligible to work in US. Apply online at http://www.genesysworks.org/bayarea/. More info: 415-442-0280 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Journalism||Academic||PRINCETON UNIVERSITY SUMMER JOURNALISM PROGRAM||Princeton, NJ||3/23/2018|
PRINCETON UNIVERSITY SUMMER JOURNALISM PROGRAM: A 10-day seminar on journalism for current juniors. All expenses paid. Must have an unweighted 3.5 GPA or better and family income must not exceed $45,000. August 3-13, 2018. More info and application: http://www.princeton.edu/sjp/
|http://www.princeton.edu/sjp/||All expenses paid||2/9/18 kw|
|Journalism||Academic||ASIAN AMERICAN JOURNALISTS ASSOCIATION/AAJA||Detroit, MI||3/25/2018|
ASIAN AMERICAN JOURNALISTS ASSOCIATION/AAJA: Free Camp for HS Journalists: JCamp is a 6-day intensive journalism training for students grades 9-11. Students learn from professional journalists and get hands-on training in writing, photography, TV broadcasting, online media, and reporting. Not limited to Asian American students. All expenses paid. 2018 Location:Wayne State University, Detroit, MI. Dates: 7/30-8/4/18. Apply online. Letter of recommendation required. Info and Application: http://www.aaja.org/jcamp2018/.
|https://www.aaja.org/jcamp2018||free||all fees covered||2/9/18 ebc|
|Law Enforcement||Internship||SF POLICE ACTIVITIES LEAGUE||San Francisco||4/2/2018|
SF POLICE ACTIVITIES LEAGUE (PAL) Summer Cadet Academy & Law Enforcement Internship Program: Engage in activities centered on careeer and job skills development, leadership, life skills, character education & community service. Intensive 4-week summer law enforcement program (June 18- July 13, 2018, M-F 9a-3p). Must be between ages 14-20, reside or attend school in San Francisco, be enrolled in high school or college, have and maintain a 2.0 GPA and pass a SFPD criminal history background check. Graduates are awarded internships at SFPD stations (Year-Round). Cost: $450 uniform/admin fee. Application online: http://www.sfpal.org/programs/law-enforcement-cadets/
|http://www.sfpal.org/programs/law-enforcement-cadets/||$450 uniform/ admin fee||3/23/18 kw|
|Leadership||Leadership & Service||OUTWARD BOUND CALIFORNIA/Youth Leadership Corps||San Francisco||3/15/2018|
OUTWARD BOUND CALIFORNIA/Youth Leadership Corps: A one-year leadership and service focused program starting out with a 12-day expedition including rock climbing, backpacking, camping, navigation and a unique solo experience in the Sierra Nevada Mountains and continuing with monthly meetings and service projects in the Bay Area. For Bay Area high school students. Accepted students receive full scholarship with all gear included. Expedition trip: Aug 3-16,2018. Monthly Meetings: the 2nd Sunday of every month starting 9/2018. For more information: Contact Caitlin Brown and Jason Schmidt at 415-933-0566 or email@example.com. Info and application: http://outwardboundcalifornia.org/discover/programs/bay-area-youth-leadership-corps/
|http://outwardboundcalifornia.org/discover/programs/bay-area-youth-leadership-corps/||Full scholarship||Local post pays half registration fee and airfare.||2/9/18ebc|
|Leadership||Leadership Conference||YOUTH LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE ON ASIAN & PACIFIC ISLANDER HEALTH||Palo Alto, CA||No information|
YOUTH LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE ON ASIAN & PACIFIC ISLANDER HEALTH: This is a 4-day conference at Stanford University for all high school students and 2018 grads. Leading medical experts, professors, and policymakers will speak on issues of Asian and Pacific Islander health. Participants will gain leadership skills through various workshops and apply these skills to an outreach planning simulation. $450 fee includes housing and meals. Financial aid available. Letter of recommendation required. Questions? Email firstname.lastname@example.org. Apply online. http://www.stanfordylc.org.
|Leadership||Paid Leadership Program||YOUTH LEAD/PACIFIC LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE/SFSU||San Francisco||Apply online|
YOUTH LEAD/PACIFIC LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE/SFSU: A 10-week program to help youth (ages 15-18) excel as leaders and young professionals through a combination of paid work experience, outdoor opportunities, leadership training, and professional development. Paid position. Participants need to be able to work between 8am-4pm. Training dates: 3 dates in June. Program dates: Mid June-August 2018. Info: 415-338-6883 or email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org. Info & application: http://www.pliprograms.org/index.php/programs/youth-lead.
|Leadership||Volunteer||JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER||San Francisco|
JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER (JCCSF) - Our new Leaders-in-Training program combines the best of our Counselor-in-Training and Junior Counselor programs, and offers even more opportunities for leadership and specialty experiences.
LITs get hands-on experience in group leadership, child development and conflict resolution. Teens have the opportunity to help develop programming and participate in team-building activities, all in a fun camp environment. Program Highlights: Weeklong leadership training session with overnight retreat. Flexible scheduling – select any three weeks of camp that work for you. Choose three in a row or spread throughout the summer! /120 community service hours/Weekly teen excursions/Choose from classic camp or specialty options, including: culinary, art, musical theater, sports, gymnastics, science and more./Academic and professional development. Acceptance to the LIT program is dependent on an application and interview. For more information, contact Christy Shirilla, Teen Program Coordinator, at 415.292.1249 or email@example.com.
|https://www.jccsf.org/youth-family/camps/summer-camp/leadership-opportunities/||Program Fees for Grades 9 & 10|
M $870 | P $970
Exclusive for Grades 11 & 12
All fees waived
|Leadership||Internship & Service LGBTQQ youth & allies||SEQUOIA LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE||San Francisco|
SEQUOIA LEADERSHIP INSTITUTE: Paid internship. Earn money, create youth projects, build leadership skills. Attend an info session at Lyric House, 127 Collingwood Street, 94114. Interns should be able to obtain a school work permit. Have flexible afterschool schedules, be an LGBTQQ youth or an ally. Ages 14-18, all welcomed. Call 415-703-6150 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to check on 2018 dates. Website: http://lyric.org/.
|Leadership||Paid leadership Program||APILO-ASIAN PACIFIC ISLANDER LEGAL OUTREACH-YOUTH ADVISORY COUNCIL||SF||Email for info|
ASIAN PACIFIC ISLANDER LEGAL OUTREACH (APILO)-YOUTH ADVISORY COUNCIL: Stop domestic and dating violence. Spread awareness of API community issues. Earn stipends. Interested in joining? Email email@example.com. More info: http://www.apilegaloutreach.org/our-work/youth-advisory-council/.
|Leadership||Leadership Conference||BEZOS SCHOLARS PROGRAM||Colorado||Opens November due Feb 9, 2018|
BEZOS SCHOLARS PROGRAM, DEADLINE: FEBRUARY
The Bezos Scholars Program @ the Aspen Institute is a year-long leadership development program for public high school juniors and educators which begins with an all-expenses-paid scholarship to attend the Aspen Ideas Festival and inspires high school juniors and educators to put their passion into action. Every year 30 top candidates are selected from ambitious students and educators who bring energy, excellence and a desire to create positive change in their community. Criteria: score exceptionally well on PSAT/SAT/ACT with GPA 3.5 or higher. See VICCI rm 116 for more info or https://bezosscholars.org
|Leadership||Leadship Academy||MERCY COLLEGE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS||Dobbs Ferry, NY|
MERCY COLLEGE SCHOOL OF BUSINESS: Four one-week summer sessions between June-July for rising seniors in Dobbs Ferry, NY. Learn leadership lessons from top business faculty, visit Fortune 500 companies. Free tuition and board, $190 food charge & provide own transport. Students must be nominated by Counselor. Prefer GPAs above 90, but value demonstrated leadership and public speaking skills even more. For more info, email: LeadershipAcademy@mercy.edu or call (914) 674-7482. For online app: https://www.mercy.edu/business/leadership/academy.
|https://www.mercy.edu/business/leadership/academy||Free tuition & housing, pay $190 food +transport||3/1/2018 deadline||4/16/18 kw|
|Leadership||Workshop/Seminar||NATIONAL TEEN LEADERSHIP PROGRAM||Sacramento; Orange County||See website|
NATIONAL TEEN LEADERSHIP PROGRAM: 3-day summer leadership program for high school students at Chapman (Orange, CA) University. Leadership, teamwork, diversity, esteem-building and motivational seminars and experiences; July 6--8, 2018– So Cal (Chapman), $539 plus transportation, discounts avail. Apply online: http://www.ntlp.org/about-us/. Deadline: $100 deposit 90 days ahead. Call: 800-550-1950
|www.ntlp.org/about-us/||$539,plus transport. Deposit of $100 90 dyas ahead||Stipend, $2500||4/6/18 ebc|
|Leadership Development||Academic||CAMINOS AL FUTURO||Washington, D.C.||3/1/2018|
CAMINOS AL FUTURO: Full scholarship summer program at George Washington Univ. (DC) July 1-20, 2018, that engages high-achieving juniors (rising seniors) from U.S. high schools in a residential academic leadership development program. Program seeks to cultivate leadership potential and scholarship in students who desire to shape issues impacting Hispanic and Latino communities. Cross disciplinary courses, meetings with leaders and policy makers, college admissions prep and more. Selective admission based on academic performance and record of service and leadership with Hispanic or Latino communities. Info and application: http://summer.gwu.edu/caminos.
|http://summer.gwu.edu/caminos||Full Scholarship||4/6/18 kw|
|Leadership, Job Skills||Paid Counselor in Training Program||MYEEP-MAYOR’S YOUTH EMPLOYMENT EDUCATION PROGRAM, CIT PROGRAM||San Francisco||4/6/2018|
MYEEP (MAYOR’S YOUTH EMPLOYMENT EDUCATION PROGRAM) CIT PROGRAM: As a CIT you will work with a MYEEP agency Coordinator to run job-skill development workshops, attend CIT workshops and field trips to colleges/conferences focused on your growth. Must be resident of SF, ages 14-18 years old, have minimum 2.5 GPA, legally able to work in US and get work permit, commit to full participation from June - August. Info: contact (415) 202-7903. Application in VICCI Center, Rm. 116. Turn in application in person. http://www.myeep.org/programs/cit-program/
|Leadership, medicine, education, arts, engineering, law, etc.||Conference||NATIONAL STUDENT LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE||Various, including Berkeley, CA||Rolling admission, 3/15/2018 for scholarships|
NATIONAL STUDENT LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE: Leadership, medicine, education, arts, engineering, law, etc. 6 to 18 day summer programs between June 18-Aug 6, 2018, in medicine, education, arts, engineering, law and many other career fields. Held on various US college campuses including UC Berkeley. Cost depends on length and location of program. $2295 – 4995 domestic. Scholarships available. Teacher or counselor recommendation required. Rolling admissions deadlines, apply asap. Deadline: 3/15/1 8 for Fin.Aid, otherwise rolling. Call: 800-994-6752. Website: http://www.nslcleaders.org/.
|http://www.nslcleaders.org/||Yes||Limited. Deadline 3/15/18||3/23/18 kw|
|Internship + expense paid conference in DC||BANK OF AMERICA STUDENT LEADERS AWARD||local, Washington, DC||January|
BANK OF AMERICA STUDENT LEADERS: 8-week paid internship for current juniors and seniors at a local nonprofit organization, and a week-long all-expenses-paid Student Leadership Summit in Washington, D.C. Application deadline January 2018. For details: http://www.bankofamerica.com/studentleaders.
|College Prep/ Internship||SMITHSONIAN LATINO CENTER/YOUNG AMBASSADORS PROGRAM||Washington DC||4/9/2018|
SMITHSONIAN LATINO CENTER YOUNG AMBASSADORS PROGRAM: For seniors graduating 2018 with commitment to the arts, sciences, or humanities as it pertains to Latino communities. Selected students participate in a weeklong all-expenses paid seminar in Washington D.C. (June 24-30, 2018) followed by a four-week internship in a museum or cultural center including The Tech Museum, San Jose, CA (July 5-August 2, 2018). Upon completion of 5-week program, students will receive $2000 for college tuition. Check website for eligibility requirements & application details. More info at http://www.latino.si.edu/Education/YAP.
|LGBTQ, Radio||Free classes||OUTLOUD RADIO/LGBTQ Youth Podcast now Youth Radio||Oakland, CA||Rolling, no summer programs listed|
OUTLOUD RADIO/LGBTQ Youth Podcast (now Youth Radio): OutLoud Radio is now a part of Youth Radio in Oakland, and there is no paid internship. Youth Radio offers free quarterly classes and takes applications on a rolling basis. 250 jobs for low-income youth created each year. See website for more information. https://youthradio.org/
|library, volunteer, working with children||Volunteer||SUMMER SQUAD AT SAN FRANCSICO PUBLIC LIBRARY||SFPL various branches||Begins 5/1/2018||Summer Squad is for youth from 8th-12th grades. Volunteer 10 hours or more this summer at library branch of choice. Assist librarians with the Summer Stride Program. Apply early. Locations fill up fast. First day to apply-May 1, 2018. Applicataion on website. Hand in to library of choice.||https://themixatsfpl.org/jobs-and-volunteer/||4/6/18 ebc|
|Life Skills/Young Women||College & Careers, Arts(creative writing & speaking)||OASIS FOR GIRLS (1091 Mission St, SF)||1091 Mission St., SF 94103||5/1/2018|
OASIS for GIRLS SPRINGBOARD SERIES: Free program for young women of color ages 14-17 from under-resourced communities. Programs: RISE--Life Skills (explores identities, social justice, emotional health needs), CREATE--Arts Education (creative writing, music recording, performance. Partners with Writers Corps), and ENVISION (job readiness skills, college prep and career exploration). 2-4 hrs/day, in 8-12 week sessions. Participants earn $300-$500 upon completion. More info and application online at http://www.sfoasis.org/. Questions: Call 415-701-7991.
|Math, Science||Academic||COSMOS-CA State Summer School for Mathematics & Science||UC Davis, UC Irvine, UC San Diego & UC Santa Cruz||2/2/2018|
COSMOS (CA State Summer School for Mathematics & Science): 4-week residential program for students who have demonstrated an aptitude for academic and professional careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) subjects. Students work with renowned faculty, researchers and scientists in state-of-the-art facilities. Open to students completing grades 8-12. UC Irvine: July 8- August 4, 2018; UC Davis, UC Irvine, UC Santa Cruz, and UC San Diego: July 8 - August 4, 2018. Tuition: $3600 +$30 application fee. Financial Aid available. Selection competitive. Apply to ONE campus online: https://cosmos-ucop.ucdavis.edu/.
|https://cosmos-ucop.ucdavis.edu/||$30 application fee. Tuition: $3600 for in-state, $6000 for out-of-state||Limited - check box on appl.||2/9/18 kw|
|Math, Science||Academic||SMASH-Summer Math & Science Honors Academy||UC Berkeley, UC Davis, UCLA, Morehouse Colleg, Stanford,||March 2018|
SMASH (Summer Math & Science Honors Academy: A free 3-year, 5-week summer math and science enrichment program for low-income students of color (UC Berkeley 6/17-7/22/2018; UC Davis & UCLA 6/24-7/29/18; Stanford 7/1-8/5/2018; Morehouse Colleg 6/10-7/15/2018). Must be in 9th grade at time of application. More info & application at http://www.lpfi.org/smash/.
|Media||Media Internship||EMMA L. BOWEN FOUNDATION||SF area||Rolling basis|
EMMA L. BOWEN FOUNDATION: Multi-year paid internships beginning summer 2018 for minority high school seniors interested in pursuing a career in the media industry. Program includes work experience, mentoring, and financial assistance. Employer will also match dollars towards college expenses. Location: San Francisco area. Must have at least a 3.0 G.P.A. and be a U.S. citizen or a legal resident. Info and extensive application online: http://www.emmabowenfoundation.com/
|Medical Research||Medicine/Research||SIMR-STANFORD INSTITUTES OF MEDICINE SUMMER RESEARCH PROGRAM||Palo Alto||2/24/2018|
STANFORD INSTITUTES OF MEDICINE SUMMER RESEARCH PROGRAM (SIMR): Eight week research program of hands-on research in various fields of medicine (Immunology, Cancer, Cardiovascular, Stem Cell/Regenerative Medicine, Neuroscience, Genetics, Bioinformatics and Bioengineering) at Stanford University. June 11- Aug 2, 2018. Current juniors and seniors eligible. Housing not provided. Recommendation required. Students receive stipend of $500-$1500. $40 application fee. Info and application: http://simr.stanford.edu/
|http://simr.stanford.edu/||$40 app. fee. |
|Medical, Patient Services, Volunteer||Volunteer||UCSF CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL SUMMER VOLUNTEER PROGRAM||San Francisco||UCSF BENIOFF CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL VOLUNTEER SUMMER STUDENT PROGRAM: Make a difference while learning valuable job skills at UCSF; Must be high school students aged 16 - 18, able to serve one five-hour shift on the same day each week for 6 weeks; For application information, contact Volunteer Services at (415) 502-9888 or firstname.lastname@example.org. https://www.ucsfbenioffchildrens.org/about/volunteering/summer/.||www.volunteering.ucsfmedicalcenter.org/summer-student-volunteers||3/23/18ebc|
|Medicine, Women, Engineering||Job skills Event||POP-PERRY OUTREACH PROGRAM||San Francisco||No information for 2018|
PERRY OUTREACH PROGRAM (POP): Program to inspire young women to be leaders in fields of Orthopedic Surgery and Engineering. Program accepts 40 participants, with waitlist of 5-10 students. Repeat applicants receive admissions priority. Free, one day program. No local programs through May 2016. Check website for updates. http://perryinitiative.org/programs/student-online-application/.
|http://perryinitiative.org/programs/student-online-application/||Free 1-day programs||Yes||2/9/18 kw|
|Camp||STANFORD SPORTS MEDICINE CAMP||Palo Alto||6/1/2018 or when full|
STANFORD SPORTS MEDICINE CAMP, Stanford Univ. Athletic Training Ctr, Palo Alto, CA: Four-day camps on Stanford campus, featuring hands-on instruction of topics from sports medicine basics to cutting edge approaches to injury prevention, rehabilitation, and athletic performance. For high school students (incl incoming freshmen & outgoing seniors) interested in sports medicine and athletic training careers. Basic Camp: June 19-21. Details and registration online. http://www.stanfordsportsmedicine.com/summer-camp.
|Music||Music||SAN JOSE STATE UNIVERSITY/Summer Music Camp||San Jose||6/1/2018|
SAN JOSE STATE UNIVERSITY/Summer Music Camp: “Summer in the City” music camp from 6/24– 6/30/18. Grades 9 -12. Tuition will differ depending on whether you reside on campus ($720) or commute ($480). $100 non-refundable deposit applied to tuition. Financial aid available. Deadline June 1, 2018. Students should have at least one year experience on their instrument prior to attending camp. Info and application: http://www.sjsu.edu/music/discovering_music/summer_in_the_city/.
|http://www.sjsu.edu/music/discovering_music/summer_in_the_city/||Fee ($100 non-refundable applied to tuition.)||2/9/18 kw|
|Music||Music||STANFORD JAZZ WORKSHOP||Palo Alto, CA||5/1/2018|
STANFORD JAZZ WORKSHOP: Jazz camp for age 12-17. Two Sessions in July. Tuition: $1,400-2,500. Housing & meals: $990. Scholarships available. Sign up now. Financial Aid application must be received by 3/1/2018. Info: https://stanfordjazz.org/more-info/jazz-camp/. Apply online: https://registration.stanfordjazz.org/.
|https://stanfordjazz.org/more-info/jazz-camp/||Tuition: $1,400-$2,500 Housing & meals: $990||Yes||3/16/18 kw|
|Music||Music||LAFAYETTE SUMMER JAZZ WORKSHOP||Lafayette, CA||5/1/2018|
apply early for best discount
LAFAYETTE SUMMER JAZZ WORKSHOP: July 22 - 27, 2018. Full week of master classes, music theory, jam sessions, and combos. Lunch and snacks included. Pickups from BART. COST: Register by March 1st: $650. By May 1st: $670. After May 1st: $690. $ 200 non-refundable registration fee is included in the tuition. No refunds after May 1. Limited scholarships available. Application deadline: May 1st, 2018. http://lafayettejazz.wordpress.com.
|Music||Music||UNIVERSITY OF THE PACIFIC, PACIFIC MUSIC CAMP||Stockton, CA||Discounted registration application due 5/3/2018 for Jazz & Music Business, 5/10/2018 for Sr. Piano camp, 5/24/2018 foir other camps|
UNIVERSITY OF THE PACIFIC, PACIFIC MUSIC CAMP: Stockton, CA. 2016 dates: Brubeck Institute Jazz Camp, June 17-23 (grades 8-12). Pacific Music Business Camp, June 17-23(grades 9-12). Junior Band & Orchestra Camp, July 8-14 (grades 5-8). Senior Band, Orchestra,Choir July 15-21 (grades 8-12). Senior Piano Camp, July 15-21 (grades 9-12). Must have two years’ experience on your instrument for performance camps. Cost varies by camp and residence: about $685-$975, if $100 deposit paid by May deadlines. Limited partial scholarships and financial aid available. Deadlines: Financial Aid – April 1, 2018; Scholarship (with recording) -- depends on program. Register online: http://www.pacific.edu/Academics/Schools-and-Colleges/Conservatory-of-Music/Community/Summer-Programs.html.
|Music||Music||CSU STANISLAUS SUMMER MUSIC PROGRAM (CSU Stanislaus)||CSU Stanislaus||Early bird discounted registration due by 3/15/2018; regular due by 6/1/2018|
CSU STANISLAUS SUMMER MUSIC PROGRAM: Senior Camp (Gr. 9-12) is open to all band, orchestra, choral, and piano students who have played at least 2 years. A variety of musical and musical theatre electives are offered (e.g. composition, song writing, drumming, recording and production, choreography, stage movement, acting, etc.) Dates: June 17-24. 2018. Cost: $625 by 3/15/18, $670 after. Discount available for applying early. Limited scholarships available. Details at https://www.csustan.edu/summer-music.
|https://www.csustan.edu/summer-music||$625 early, $6760 after 3/15/18.||3/23/18ebc|
|Performing Arts||Arts/ Academic||US PERFORMING ARTS CAMP||Various|
US PERFORMING ARTS CAMP: Offers theatre, dance and media programs at a variety of sites in CA & US, mainly university campuses. Price varies by program: approx $1250 - $4000, plus transportation & $150 reg fee. Info: http://www.usperformingarts.com/.
|http://www.usperformingarts.com/||Fees||Limited available||2/9/18 kw|
|Science||Job||EXPLORATORIUM EXPLAINERS||San Francisco||3/25 - 4/7/2018|
Two weeks only
EXPLORATORIUM EXPLAINERS: Paid High School Explainers are hired for a 4-month "semester" working 12-19.5 hrs/week at the Exploratorium in SF. Explainers learn exhibits, facilitate visitor-exhibit interaction, and support general museum operations. Must be between the ages of 15-18. Paid SF minimum wage. Complete details and application online. Application will be available for one week only: 3/25-4/7/2018. http://explainers.exploratorium.edu/highschool/program.
|http://explainers.exploratorium.edu/highschool/program||Paid SF minimum wage||3/23/18 kw|
|Science||Academic||LAWRENCE HALL OF SCIENCE/ SUMMER CAMPS||Berkeley & Bodega Bay||Apply now starting Feb 18, 2018 (members), Feb 25 (general.)|
LAWRENCE HALL OF SCIENCE / SUMMER CAMPS: 1- week camp for students entering 9-12 grade. Check website for listing, dates, times & fees. Structural Design day camp at UC Berkeley & Marine Research overnight camp at Bodega Bay. Register online now. Cost: $600 - $1400. http://www.lawrencehallofscience.org/visit/camps_and_classes/summer_camps.
|http://www.lawrencehallofscience.org/visit/camps_and_classes/summer_camps||$600 - 1,400||yes||4/6/18 kw|
|Science||Research/ Paid Internship||CHORI Research Internship Program||Oakland, CA||2/9/2018|
CHORI Research Internship Program: Work for stipend ($2500-3600) after school 1 day a week March to June and full time mid-June to mid-August with a scientific mentor on a meaningful project at Children's Hospital Oakland. Open to high school students from dis-advantaged backgrounds, racial and ethnic minorities, and others who are underrepresented in this field with demonstrated interest in biological &/or health sciences. Gain valuable insight into science & health fields! Housing not included. Go to http://www.chori.org/Education/Summer_Internship_Program/summer_research_home.html
|http://www.chori.org/Education/Summer_Internship_Program/summer_research_home.html||Paid stipend ($2500-3600)||Full and partial aid available||3/23/18ebc|
|Science /Engineering||US Naval Academy||SUMMER SEMINAR||Annapolis, Maryland||Rolling||Program encourages rising 9th-11th graders to pursue a course of study in STEM areas. Teaches about life in the naval academy. Fast-paced 6-day experience offers opportunities to challenge personal limits. Tuition is $525 covering room/board. Sessions: Freshmen June 5-10, Sophomores June 12-17, Juniors June 19-23. Needs based scholarships available for transportation as well as program.||www.usna.edu/admissions/stem||$525||need based||2/9/18 kw|
|Science, Engineering||Academic||SMITH COLLEGE/SUMMER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING PROGRAM||Northampton, MA||3/1/2018|
SMITH COLLEGE/SUMMER SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING PROGRAM: Four-week residential program for girls entering grades 9 - 12 in fall 2018. Students will do hands-on research with Smith faculty in the life and physical sciences and in engineering. July 8 – August 4, 2018. Cost: $5,800 (includes $1,000 nonrefundable deposit). Financial aid available, application due 3/1/18. Info and application: http://www.smith.edu/summer/programs_ssep.php.
|Internship||PROJECT S.E.E.D: SUMMER EDUCATIONAL EXPERIENCE FOR THE DISADVANTAGED||Bay Area||No information|
PROJECT S.E.E.D: (SUMMER EDUCATIONAL EXPERIENCE FOR THE DISADVANTAGED/Bay Area): Paid 9- week summer internship in scientific research. Main requirements: student must be from low income family, have completed a year-long course in chemistry and be at least 16 years old. Students can re-apply for a 2nd year. Paid $2,500-$3,000. Attn Elaine Yamaguchi.
|http://berc.berkeley.edu/Programs/seed/seed-high-school-program/||Paid $2,500-$3,000||Need based||3/2/18 kw|
|Research||THE JACKSON LABORATORY SSP/ Student Summer Program||Bar Harbor, ME & Farmington|
THE JACKSON LABORATORY / Student Summer Program (SSP): A 10-week research internship in genetics and genomics open to current juniors & seniors. Check website for specific eligibility rules. Internships offered at The Jackson Laboratory (Bar Harbor, Maine), and Jackson Laboratory for Genomic Medicine (Farmington, CT). Conduct independent research as part of lab team. Interns receive stipend ($4750), full room & board, & round trip travel from home to the Laboratory. https://www.jax.org/education-and-learning/high-school-students-and-undergraduates/learn-earn-and-explore.
|Academic||SMYSP-STANFORD MEDICAL YOUTH SCIENCE PROGRAM Summer Residential Program||Palo Alto, CA||2/15/2018||STANFORD MEDICAL YOUTH SCIENCE PROGRAM (SMYSP) Summer Residential Program: A free 5-week science and medicine based enrichment program for sophomores and juniors from low-income, and under-represented groups. Runs from June 24 through July 28, 2018. Housing provided. Applications available in mid December 2017. http://smysp.stanford.edu/||http://smysp.stanford.edu/||Full Scholarship||None||2/2/18 kw|
|Internship||ARTHRITIS FOUNDATION SUMMER SCIENCE PROGRAM||SF & Palo Alto||2/24/2018|
ARTHRITIS FOUNDATION SUMMER SCIENCE PROGRAM: Eight week paid internship to work in research or clinical laboratories at UCSF and Stanford, mentored by researchers in the fields of rheumatology & immunology, with a focus on arthritis and related autoimmune diseases. $1500 stipend. Open to juniors and seniors. Must be 17 by June 1, 2018. No housing or transportation. Program runs June 11 to Aug. 2, 2018. Apply online. Recommendations required. Info and application: http://www.summerscienceinternship.kintera.org.
|http://www.kintera.org/htmlcontent.asp?cid=677756||$1500 stipend||2/2/18 kw|
|Internship||iCLEM-INTRODUCTORY COLLEGE LEVEL EXPERIENCE IN MICROBIOLOGY||Berkeley, CA||3/2/2018|
iCLEM (Introductory College Level Experience in Microbiology): Berkeley area. 8-week paid summer biotech internship program for sophomores and juniors, broadening students’ understanding of biotechnology and careers available in this field as well as giving help with the college application process. $2000 stipend upon completion. Students need to be 16 yrs old by 6/1/18, a U.S. citizen or permanent U.S. resident with green card), have a 2.5GPA or higher unweighted, have completed 1 year of Biology and Algebra 1 (with Chemistry and Geometry recommended) by 6/16 and family income is not to exceed $75,000. Check website for dates and more info: http://www.synberc.org/iclem.
|http://www.synberc.org/iclem||$2000 stipend upon completion||Apply by 3/2/18||2/2/18 kw|
|Volunteer Internship||STANFORD EARTH SCIENCES HIGH SCHOOL INTERNSHIP PROGRAM||Palo Alto, CA||3/16/2018|
STANFORD EARTH SCIENCES HIGH SCHOOL INTERNSHIP PROGRAM: Interns work in research labs in the School of Earth, Energy & Environmental Sciences. Four options with different areas of focus and time commitments. Students can apply to more than one: Agriculture, Biodiversity, Environment, Geology. Letter of recommendation required. Must have completed at least 1 year of high school. Must make own arrangements for transportation to campus. No cost. Some diversity-base honoraria available. Info and Application: https://pangea.stanford.edu/academics/outreach-programs/k12-programs/high-school-internships
|https://pangea.stanford.edu/academics/outreach-programs/k12-programs/high-school-internships||No cost||2/9/18 kw|