Academic

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  • Summer Discovery

    Your Summer, Your Future!  Welcome to Summer Discovery and Discovery Internships, the most popular pre-college, summer enrichment and internship programs.  Experience collaborative partnerships with great universities along with pre-college enrichment, college prep and intensive institutes for high school students.  Furthermore,, we offer enrichment and gifted and talented programs for middle school students.  For full details on each program, visit summerdiscovery.com, discoveryinternships.com or jrdiscovery.com.  Questions can be directed to 516-621-3939 or info@summerdiscovery.com.

Summer Programs

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  • Adelphi University

    Experience life as an Adelphi college student at their beautiful Garden City, New York campus, close the the excitement of New York City. Pursue credit-bearing and noncredit courses.  For more information, call 1-800-ADELPHI or visit adelphi.edu/precollege.  Adelphi University is located on Long Island, NY.
  • Barnard College / Columbia University

    Summer in New York City!  Barnard College in Partnership with Columbia University is offering pre-college programs for rising high school junior and senior girls.    Visit www.barnard.edu/summer for more information, including dates and fees.  Partial and full-need scholarships available.
  • Blueprint Signature Summer Programs + Get Ready for College

    Getting ready for college is an exhilarating process full of new opportunities.  You can expect an amazing experience with Blueprint!  Blueprint, located in Asheville, NC is more than a great summer program.  It's a whole new way of learning about college, about yourself and about your future.  Only three easy steps to folow and leave the rest to Blueprint.  For complete details, registration, course descriptions and steps to follow, visit bpsummerprograms.com.  Direct questions to 877-415-1111.  Other means of contact: facebook.com/pbsummerprograms.
  • Carnegie Mellon University

    Jump-start your future!  Carnegie Mellon Summer Pre-College Programs will take place July 1 - August 11, 2017.  Advanced Placement / Early Admission...Fine Arts: Architecture - Art- - Design - Drama - Music - National High School Game Academy.  For full details visit admission.enrollment.cmu.edu/pages/pre-college/.  Questions may be directed to 412-268-2082.
  • Duke University Summer Camps

    Pursue academic interests! Explore career opportunities! Discover new interests and talents! Connect with other motivated peers! Experience campus life!  Duke Youth Programs is a part of Duke University Continuing Studies and has provided summer academic enrichment for academically motivated youth for over 30 years.  Open enrollment provided with no application requirement.  Visit: learnmore.duke.edu/youth2017
  • Duke University Summer Sessions

    Duke University offers high school student programs in the Summer College for academic credit for grades 10 or 11 and their Summer Academy for enrichment for grades 9, 10, 11 and 12.  Applications for Summer College and Summer Academy will be accepted beginning December 1, 2016, and continuing until each program reaches capacity.  Apply early to receive preferred consideration.  For full details, visit summersession.duke.edu.
  • EMT Training - Summer Program

    The George Washington Medical Faculty Associates Department of Emergency Medicine Training Center is excited to announce their Summer EMT Program.  This program is ideal for those interested in entering the exciting world of EMS.  This comprehensive course is a perfect first step for individuals aspiring to careers in health care or working for a fire department, EMS agency or hospital.  Program details: July 10 - August 18, Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.  Eligibility: 17 - 26 year olds are encouraged to attend.  Participants will experience rotations in GW Hospital's Emergency Department as well as time in the ambulance. For more information on this program visit gwtrainingcenter.com/summerEMT2017.aspx.
  • Gettysburg Summer Programs

    Gettysburg College is excited to offer high school juniors and sophomores the opportunity to attend academic camps over the summer months.  Subjects include psychology, American government, creative writing and information technology.  For full details on each summer program, application and cost, visit www.gettysburg.org

Global Educational Travel

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  • Rustic Pathways - High School Travel & Service Programs

    One of the most amazing things about travel is who you meet and the connections you make along the way.  You learn that all people are basically the same.  You have the same hopes and dreams, the same concerns and fears.  It doesn't take long to realize that we're all connected by a shared humanity. Still deciding between Rustic Pathways summer programs?  Don't fret.  We're here to help!  Request a call from one of our global travel experts or shoot us an email at rustic@rusticpathways.com.  For greater details and program descriptions visit rusticpathways.com

St. John's Events

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  • Guided Pathway Support Program

    The Ron Brown Scholar Program is pleased to announce the opening of the Guided Pathway Support Program (GPS).  GPS is a free college access initiative that empowers African-American high school students as they navigate the college admissions process. Using a "high tech and high touch" approach, GPS directs students to the most comprehensive and reliable resources available via on-line mentoring.  These resources include: college application advice and strategies, professional development, financial aid guidance, peer-to-peer mentoring from Ron Brown Scholars & Captains. Don't miss the chance to apply!  Application deadline: May 31, 2017.  Application can be found by visiting ronbron.org

College Information Sessions

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College Open Houses

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  • Virginia Tech

    Virginia Tech invites you to register for their program "A Day in the Life of a Physics Major".  You will attend an information session about the application process, sit in on a class with physics majors, meet with department chair, have lunch with a group of physic majors, tour teaching and research labs and tour campus.   To register, visit http://admissions.vt.edu/visit.html


Scholarships

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  • Guaranteed Scholarships

    On this site, scholarships are guaranteed by nearly 100 colleges to students who meet the individual criteria listed for each.  No essays, projects, recommendations or other secondary criteria are required.  And, in almost all cases, there are no limits to the number of scholarships awarded.  Students who meet the published criteria for a scholarship and attend the college offering it, receive it.  There is no charge for anyone to use this stie's page and they never collect student information of any kind.  Visit guaranteed-scholarships.com
  • Leaders Save Lives Scholarship Program

    The American Red Cross is giving away scholarships!  Leaders Save Lives!  Hope begins with you! Host a blood drive while school is out of session and you could win a scholarship!  The Leaders Save Lives program is an opportunity for you to develop and demonstrate your leadership skills and help save lives with the Red Cross. By hosting a blood drive, you will also have the opportunity to win a college scholarship and earn a gift card.  Here's what students are saying about Leaders Save Lives:  "At first, I decided to host a blood drive to gain volunteer hours for school; however, as I continued to work with the Red Cross, I realized that hosting a blood drive taught me how to be a leader and how to contribute to my community.  I gained communication skills, leadership skills, and the ability to give back to my community in a different way." - Ellie Martin, 2016 Leaders Save Lives participant.  Interested students can visit: redcrossblood.org
  • Lido Civic Club of Washington, DC

    To qualify for consideration, students must meet all of the following requirements: be of Italian-American heritage, have a permanent home within 50 miles of the Washington, DC area, be pursuing an undergraduate degree at an accredited college in the U.S., and have financial need. For details and the application process visit the www.lidoclub.org.
  • Seton Hall - Catholic High School Achievement Award

    More than $24,000 in scholarships available exclusively for Catholic high school students.  Incoming freshmen currently enrolled in a Catholic high school who have a minimum of an unweighted 3.0 GPA and a 1350 SAT (new), 1290 SAT (old) or 29 on the ACT, as well as a strong record of involvement in high school, community or church.  Learn more, visit www.shu.edu/go/scholarships.
  • Triple-Impact Competitor

    Triple-Impact Competitor Scholarship for High School Junior Student-Athletes.  At least 62 scholarships ranging between $1,000 and $2,000 depending upon region.  Triple-Impact Competitor makes positive contributions on three levels:  makes oneself better (Personal Mastery); makes teammates better (Leadership); and makes the sport better (Honoring the Game).
    Eligibility now extends to any high school junior (Class of 2018) residing anywhere in the U.S. and playing for a high school team or in club sports!  Students may apply on-line by visiting: www.positivecoach.org/scholarships.  Deadline: May 31, 2017. For questions, contact Positive Coaching Alliance's Jennie Wulbrun at TICscholarship@positivecoach.org.  Connect with PCA Facebook.com/PositiveCoachUS, and, Twitter: @PositiveCoachUS

Service

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  • Smithsonian Folklife Festival ~ CALL FOR VOLUNTEERS

    The Smithsonian Folklife Festival, established in 1967, honors contemporary living cultural traditions and celebrates those who practice and sustain them.  This year's Festival will feature Circus Arts and Youth, Culture and migration, On the Move: Migration Across Generations.  This 50th Reunion weekend celebration will bring together past staff, volunteers, participants and visitors to reflect on the transformative power of the Festival.  GET INVOLVED: Volunteers are needed before, during and after the Festival to assist stage managers, help with audiovisual recording of performances, work with participants, support sustainability efforts, and much more.  You must be 16 years or older to apply.  The Festival is an excellent opportunity for students who must complete community service/service learning hours.  Join in for what promises to be an extraordinary ten days filled with creativity, culture and community.  To fill out a new volunteer application or sign into your exiting volunteer account, please visit www.festival.si.edu/volunteer.  For more information email CFCH-Volunteer@si.edu or call 202-633-7488.  Festival will be held June 29-July 4 and July 6-9, 2017 on the National Mall between 7th and 12th streets (adjacent to the Smithsonian Castle).

Job Opportunities

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  • Army Educational Outreach Program (AEOP)

    It Starts Here!  Are you a high school or college student looking for a life changing summer STEM experience?  The US Army Education Outreach Program (AEOP) has summer apprenticeship opportunities for you in universities and Army labs across the country.  Students receive a stipend.  Laboratory placements are all within commuting distance.  Application deadlines vary for each program.  To explore your options visit www.usaeop.com to find the program that is right for you.  Other sources of information can be found at facebook: goAEOP or Twitter at USAEOP.
  • You Will Love Lifeguarding for American Pool

    American Pool has job openings and training for eligible high school students.  American Pool Office is located at 9305 Gerwig Lane, Suite E, Columbia, MD 21046.  Questions can be directed to 1-877-705-7665.  For details and full information, visit guardforlife.com