Summer Opportunities

Michigan Math and Science Scholars Offer Summer Program

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High school sophomores, juniors, and seniors are eligible to apply to the University of Michigan’s Math and Science Scholars program. The summer program has three sessions: Session 1: June 28 – July 10, 2020 Session 2: July 12 – July 24, 2020 Session 3: July 26 – August 7, 2020 The residential and commuter program…

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Student Conservation Association Offers Summer Jobs for HS Students

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The Student Conservation Association (SCA) is looking for students, ages 15 – 19, who are passionate about conservation and enjoy being outdoors. The SCA has community crews, in addition to their national and regional crews, that allow students to make a difference in their own backyard. Crew members commute to local parks or other work…

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Girls on Ice Expeditions to Switzerland Accepting Applications

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Girls between the ages of 15 – 17 can have the amazing opportunity to travel to Switzerland through Girls On Ice. The tuition-free programs are led by professional women scientists, artists, and wilderness guides. During the expeditions, the team engages in scientific and artistic inquiry about the environment around them. In small groups, participants design…

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Free Summer Camp for High School Entrepreneurs

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If you know a student who’s interested in starting a business or has a business, the Los Angeles Urban League can help them navigate the entrepreneurial path this summer. BizCamp 2020: Youth Entrepreneur Summer Camp is open to high school students in the Los Angeles area. The free camp, which runs for two weeks, includes…

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Free Coding Program for Young Men of Color

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The Summer Coding Leadership Academy (SCLA) is an immersive, free 10-week experience where young men of color, currently in ninth and tenth grades, develop as technology leaders. Inner city students partake in experiential learning, receive mentoring and instruction to develop Leadership Skills, Computer Science Skills, Design Thinking Skills, and Entrepreneurial/Project Management Skills. The program runs from…

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Free Arts Camp for New York Students

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How does spending seven weeks on a 140-acre idyllic campus in Long Island exploring visual and performing arts over the summer sound? Campers can choose from more than 70 classes to “major” and “minor” in a variety of artistic disciplines, including creative writing, chess, theater, dance, or even nature and sustainability. Sounds amazing, right? It’s a…

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California Youth Think Tank Leadership Academy Accepting Applications

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The California Youth Think Tank (CYTT) offers a week-long residence program on the USC campus. The Leadership Bootcamp accepts students in grades 9 – 12 where they will attend daily workshops and participate in a variety of challenging activities and events, including public speaking, team debates, lively panel discussions, field trips, academic competition, Open Mic Talks, and collaborate with other dynamic…

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Calvin University Offers Entrada Scholars Program for HS Students

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The Entrada Scholars Program at Calvin University offers minority high school juniors and seniors the opportunity to earn college credit while living in the residence halls on the Michigan campus. The program runs from June 21 – July 16, 2020. Entrada scholars take one college course such as history, biology, philosophy, communications or psychology. With…

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Duke Offers Program for Young Writers

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Duke’s Young Writers’ Program offers a variety of writing courses for middle and high school students. Courses include Myth, Magic, Monsters: Making a World; Paper Cuts, Words that Wound and Win; and Dark Fiction: Living on the Edge and more. Students will spend two weeks meeting fellow writers, honing their craft, exploring new genres, and…

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Join SCI-Art for Design Immersion Days

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Design Immersion Days (DID) is an immersive four-week summer program that introduces high school students to architecture and design. Students are exposed to examples of design and modes of production at all scales, from sophisticated 3D modeling techniques to hand-modeling. Students entering or continuing high school are eligible to register. Registration is on a rolling basis…

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