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  • Biomedical Engineering Innovation-Online Course for High School Students

    Developed by Johns Hopkins faculty for high school students, Biomedical Engineering Innovation (BMEI) introduces biomedical engineering to high school students by: modeling biological systems, designing experiments to test those models, and introducing engineering principles to solve design problems that are biological, physiological, and/or medical.  Students will model human efficiency, the arm, and cardiovascular system.  Students are expected to apply their knowledge of math, physics and biology to solve practical problems encountered in biomedical engineering.  Please see our website for more information.
  • Susquehanna University Pre-College Programs

    Are you a student who is motivated, who wants to learn new skills to improve your abilities, and explore topics that add to your college resume?  Would you like to spend a week on our beautiful campus to participate in rigorous workshops with other high-achieving students while also enjoying fun social activities on and off campus?  Then one of our fourteen Susquehanna summer programs may be a great choice for you!  Learn more and register at Pre-College Summer Programs.

Summer Programs

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  • Georgetown University Science & Medical Academies

    You don't have to wait until college to get hands-on experience in different medical fields.  Georgetown Summer High School Sessions offers one-to-three week programs in medicine and science, including biotechnology and nursing.  Work with simulators, cadavers, lab technology in Georgetown's Medical Center, and more.  Dates range from June 21 to August 8, 2020.  Check it out for full details and other pertinent information.
  • Ithaca Summer College

    Ithaca's summer college, one-week session, gives high school students the chance to experience the kind of uncommon and inventive courses they'll take as an undergraduate.  Explore American art and culture, learn professional skills, and get a one-week preview of college life in one of our expert-led workshops.  In the three-week session, students can earn up to 4 college credits while discovering how in-depth courses can open their minds and unleash their creativity.  Explore global culture and communication, build a professional foundation, and start your college life early at IC.  Deadlines vary for the sessions and early application is recommended.  More details can be found at ithaca.edu/summercollege or ithaca.edu/summercollege/app  Direct questions to the Office of Extended Studies at 607-274-3143 or mail: summercollege@ithaca.edu.
    Other programs:  Writers Institute, Summer Theatre and Pre-College STEM Institute.
  • Pratt Institute's PreCollege Program

    Summer 2020, Pratt Institute's PreCollege program welcomes hundreds of talented high school sophomores, juniors,, and seniors to their Brooklyn campus, where they encounter life as an art and design college student.  Upon completion of the program, students earn four elective college credits that are accepted at most colleges and universities.  Check out the Summer 2020 Pratt Institute PreCollege program, Brooklyn Campus July 6 - 31 when you visit, www.pratt.edu/precollege. Email precollege@pratt.edu or call 718-636-3504.
  • Smith College

    Precollege Summer Programs at Smith College, July 5 - August 1, 2020, offer intellectually stimulating and unique opportunities for high school young women who wish to pursue their academic interests in the classroom and beyond.  At Smith College young women are taken seriously and inspired to excel as scholars, scientists, writers, researches and leaders.  Programs range from summer science and engineering program, history, field studies for sustainable futures and more. Precollege programs are open to academically talented young women entering grades 9, 10, 11 and 12 in the fall of 2020.  For more information and to submit your application visit Smith College Summer Precollege Programs. Applications open January 6, 2020.  Email: summerprecollege@smith.edu.

Global Educational Travel

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St. John's Events

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College Information Sessions

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College Open Houses

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  • Dynamy Internship Gap Year

    If you're a student looking for a semester or year-long hiatus from traditional classroom learning to explore the world around you, reflect on personal values and create meaningful goals, or maybe you just learn best through tactile, hands-on learning experiences, then search no further...You've found the right place!  Register Here! Following an innovative experiential education model, Dynamy Internship Year is designed for students who are ready to further their strengths and skill-sets, increase their confidence, and create a plan for their future that makes sense to them. Visit our website.
    While internships are at Dynamy Internship Year’s core, the program is a complete 360° experience—from internships, to outdoor challenges, to one-on-one mentoring, to community involvement, this is a holistic approach designed to help each student pursue their interests and passions, discover their full potential, and find their direction!  Apply now!
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  • Virginia Military Institute

    Juniors and Seniors are invited to attend any of our Open Houses at VMI.  For full details and to register, visit No Ordinary College. No Ordinary Life

Scholarships

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  • Cameron Impact Scholarship for Juniors

    The Cameron Impact Scholarship for Juniors is a merit-based undergraduate scholarship for incomparable individuals who have the ability to make real, tangible contributions to their families, friends, and the greater society.    This is a four-year, full-tuition, merit-based scholarship and applications are officially open for the Class of 2021.  View Eligibility Requirements and Deadline Information at Cameron Impact Scholarship

Service

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Job Opportunities

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  • Steamfitters' Apprenticeships

    Are you interested in an exciting career in pipe-fitting, welding, heating, air conditioning, refrigeration, process piping and environment systems trades?  Applications must be made in person at either location listed on the Steamfitters Local 602 website  Applicants must be 18 years old by August 15, 2020 (born before August 15, 2002) with a high school diploma earned by June 30, 2020 or GED certificate by December 31, 2019.  An annual Open House will be held on Saturday, December 7, 2019 at 8:00 a.m. at the UA Mechanical Trades School at 8509 Ardwick Ardmore Road, Landover, MD 20785.  Questions can be directed to 301-341-1555.