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March Opportunities

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Date

Name
Description
Cost
Grades
mid March NovaEdge Diversity in Engineering NovaEdge Diversity in Engineering is a one-week, on campus program to introduce a diverse population of students from different ethnic and social backgrounds to the traditional fields of engineering, including Chemical, Civil and Environmental, Computer and Electrical, and Mechanical Engineering.

$300

 

*If you have a special financial circumstance, please email a letter describing your financial challenges to Dr. Jones at s.jones@villanova.edu.

rising 10th, 11th, and 12th graders
late March

The UNIQUELY YOU SUMMIT Academy's Love & Learning Labs- Spring Session

TheUNIQUELY YOU SUMMIT Academy’s Love & Learning Labs are a safe, virtual space for Black girls to be nourished in an environment that fosters love of self, and emanates love of, for, and toward Black girls. And this Spring, UYSA is offering 5 virtual weekly Love & Learning Labs for Black girls in high school, and a two-part Master Lab for high school juniors and seniors. FREE

9-12

 

-Black girls

late March Stanford Middle School Scholars Program (SMSSP) The Stanford Middle School Scholars Program (SMSSP) instructs students in the skills needed to succeed in an academically rigorous high school. Middle School Scholars build community with Stanford Online High School instructors and students from across the United States.  FREE

current grades 6 and 7

 

- This program serves low-income students.

mid March Joint Science and Technology Institute for Middle School Students (JSTI-MS) at Towson University JSTI-MS is a one-week, fully-funded, residential science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) research program that provides middle school students the opportunity to solve and complete STEM challenges and projects. The hands-on projects provide students with opportunities to develop problem-solving and collaboration skills.   FREE

current 5th, 6th, or 7th grade

 

- must be at least 11 years old by the start of the program

mid March Joint Science and Technology Institute for Students (JSTI-HS) at Towson University JSTI-HS is a two-week, fully-funded, residential STEM research program for current high school students in the United States and Department of Defense schools around the world. Students will participate in research projects mentored by Department of Defense research scientists and other subject matter experts.  FREE

current 9th, 10, and 11th graders

 

- must be at least 15 years old by the start of the program

early March Fleisher Art Memorial Remote Control Program

 

Remote Control is a free online filmmaking workshop where participants will learn the basic skills of narrative filmmaking.

Led by filmmaker Jennica Carmona, students will learn to create an original short film incorporating their own experiences and writing, gaining hands-on experience over the course of six weeks.

Jennica Carmona is a New York City-based Puerto Rican filmmaker, actor, and activist. 

 

Sessions will take place on Zoom, with optional in-person workshops at designated locations for editing purposes.

FREE, including all software needed ages 12-18
mid March Project SEED from the American Chemical Society Project SEED is a summer research program for economically disadvantaged students. If you are a junior or senior year in high school, learn how you can work alongside scientists in a research laboratory. YOU GET PAID!

current sophomores and juniors

 

*must meet income guidelines

early March Living History Youth Summer Institute

In July and August 2022, the Museum of the American Revolution will offer its inaugural Living History Youth Summer Institute. This six-week program is an intensive course for young adults interested in interpreting the lives of people of African ancestry in the Revolutionary era and involves guest speakers, research projects, and field study. It will prepare participants to explore careers in cultural heritage, museum, and theater fields.  

YOU GET PAID! age 15 and older
early March

The Science Preparatory Research Opportunities for Underrepresented Teens (SPROUT) 

The SPROUT Program aims to provide students with low socioeconomic status (SES) early exposure to graduate-level research education and improve the research enterprise through increased diversity. YOU GET PAID

current juniors only

 

 

Historically underrepresented populations/first-generation students preferred 

 

late March Carleton Liberal Arts Experience (CLAE) Live on a college campus and take classes!  The CLAE program introduces the strengths of a liberal arts education through an array of courses in science, art, social sciences, and technology.  This program is for students of African American descent or students who have an interest in African American culture. FREE- (including plane fare!)

Currently in grade 10

 

- students who identify as Black or African American

early March The Philadelphia STEM Equity Collective Student Advisory Council The Philadelphia STEM Equity Collective is calling for nominations for its 2022-23 Student Advisory Council.  The goal of this Council is to guide the efforts of the Collective through the student voice. The twelve members of the Student Council will help guide strategies and provide feedback on their effectiveness for the beneficiaries of the Collective.  Student participation is so important that two students from the council will be part of the Collective's Steering Committee.  FREE currently in grades 9-11
early March Pre-College Programs at Carnegie Mellon

AI4All @ Carnegie Mellon: Provides opportunities for students who have been historically excluded in STEM to study artificial intelligence with full-time faculty, staff, and researchers who are leaders in the field. (3-week program)

Computer Science Scholars: Provides students who have historically been excluded in the field of computer science an opportunity to explore the field of computer science with full-time faculty, staff and researchers who are leaders in the field.  (4-week program)

Summer Academy for Math and Science:  Allows students from underrepresented communities to develop a deeper understanding of STEM via traditional classroom instruction, hands-on projects, and sustained engagement with world-renowned faculty and skilled staff mentors. (rising seniors only, 6-week program) 

FREE

 

(These 3 programs are free.  Other pre-college programs at Carnegie Mellon charge a fee.)

current sophomores and juniors
late March U.S. Naval Academy Summer Seminar

Thinking of a career as a coder, game developer, designer, or robotics engineer? Then start with the experience of a world-class program like the Naval Academy’s Summer STEM Program.

STEM is all about exploring, creating, building, and making things better, and at our Summer STEM Program, you’ll do just that. You’ll work with students from all over the country as you test your problem-solving, creativity, and collaboration skills.  This is a one-week program.

$900

 

includes program, room, and board

rising 9th, 10th, and 11th graders
applications accepted on a rolling basis until the program is full NAIOP-Drexel Summer Program NAIOP-Drexel Summer Real Estate Program is a 10-day residential program, open to current high school sophomores and juniors of color, designed to introduce teens to careers in Commercial Real Estate (CRE) including architecture, development, investment, construction, brokerage, and urban planning/design. FREE

10-11

 

- students of color

Late March

 

 

 

At the Well-Young Women’s Leadership Academy  At The Well Young Women’s Leadership Academy seeks to empower young women locally to become effective leaders globally. By promoting excellence in education, young talent will transform their communities. We encourage girls to live beyond their limitations, achieve beyond their dreams, and impact communities beyond their reach.

$399

- one program for 9th and 10th graders

 

- one program for juniors

 

- young women of color

Mid March

Washington University at Saint Louis Pre-Collegiate Business Programs

The Olin Business School offers a variety of immersive programs for high school students. Each programs allows you to experience Washington University in St. Louis and gain skills in and outside of the classroom. Explore each program we offer. 

programs range from FREE -$750- includes housing, meals, program, and activities

 

* you must provide your own transportation to and from the program

 

*A limited number of scholarships are available

varies per program
Late March PMAY Artists Initiative The PMAY Artists’ Initiative supports 5th through 12th grade students from backgrounds that are underrepresented within the professional orchestra field. We are a highly selective and intensive musical training program. Applicants must be highly driven, dedicated, and interested in pursuing a professional career in orchestral music. They give you financial support for music lessons 5-12
Early March Teen Research Internship Program (TRIP) Initiative

TRIP is an intensive 5-week science exploratory program for select high school students from Philadelphia and the surrounding communities. At its core, the program aims to foster a love for science whilst building resiliency, communication and critical thinking skills outside the traditional confines of school. 

FREE

9-12

 

*must have completed Biology

Early March

Teen Research and Education in Environmental Science (TREES)

at The University of Pennsylvania

During the first two weeks of the program, students receive hands-on instruction in basic laboratory skills, skills they will use later in their projects. The remainder of the program is an independent research project.  Through their projects, scholars learn to take a scientific approach towards an environmental problem, conducting in-depth library research, training in scientific methodology, carrying out hands-on bench science and where possible, fieldwork. FREE
Currently in grades 9-11
Late March Bloomberg Arts Internship During this seven-week paid internship, participants will work at Philadelphia’s leading arts organizations, attend rigorous professional development workshops and tour our region’s most important cultural sites.

This is an amazing opportunity to develop vital professional skills while exploring Philadelphia’s rich arts and culture community.

YOU GET PAID current juniors
Rolling admission The Philadelphia Chinatown Development Corporation (PCDC) Teen Club The PCDC Teen Club is an Out-of-School-Time program that aims to close the academic resource gap for Philadelphia’s low-income, minority, and limited-English proficient students. Established in 2001, the program provides free SAT prep, college trips, leadership events, and internships. FREE 9-12
Late March Women in Computer Science (WICS) Day Each year, the CIS Department and WICS host a day for girls in high school who are interested in computer science and engineering to show students what computer scientists and engineers do, and to encourage them to study these subjects in college. FREE 9-12
Apply soon-rolling admission until the program is full Summer Teen Volunteer Program at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania The Summer Teen Program is designed to expose students interested in healthcare access to the operations of a world-class medical center. Volunteers will have a chance to interact with patients, observe clinicians and support hospital staff. FREE ages 14-18
Apply soon-rolling admission until the program is full AJC Leaders For Tomorrow Today’s high school students are tomorrow’s Jewish leaders. Leaders for Tomorrow (LFT), AJC’s education and advocacy program for teens, empowers young Jews to speak up for Israel and the Jewish people. FREE current 9th and 10th graders
mid March
iCamp Academy

iCamp is a free media academy held at West Chester University . We invite high school juniors and rising seniors from the Philadelphia School District to join us in making media that matters. We produce films, games, podcasts & audio, and web sites, but our passion is working with youth to effect social change.

Learn new skills.  Make new friends. Live in a college dorm. Work on challenging and fun projects. Craft media that represents your voice and your perspective.  There are 4 media tracks. No prior experience necessary!

FREE

 

- Includes free room and board!

current juniors
early March
Penn State's Business Opportunities Summer Session (BOSS) BOSS is a two-week program for high school students interested in pursuing a business education in college. It’s an opportunity for these students to take college prep and business fundamentals courses taught by Penn State faculty. Participants will also get a glimpse of what college life is like by living in residence halls during their two-week stay on Penn State’s University Park campus.

$50 registration fee after acceptance

 

tuition, room, and board are FREE

current juniors only
mid March Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Summer PREFACE Program The Rensselaer PREFACE Program is a two-week residential summer experience for talented high school sophomores and juniors, who will enter 11th or 12th grade in the fall of the coming year and who have expressed a strong, early interest in pursuing a career in the engineering and technological professions. It is for serious high school students from groups that have been historically and traditionally underrepresented or underserved in science, engineering, and technological fields.

$800

 

 

current 10th and 11th grade
Early March

Penn GEMS (Girls in Engineering, Math, and Science 
One-week, hands-on science, math, and engineering program at the University of Pennsylvania, including topics such as bioengineering, nanotechnology, materials science,  mechanical engineering, graphics, and computing.

$625

 

 

*Some scholarships are available.  Contact the camp Director.

Girls finishing grades 6, 7, or 8 this year.  
Early March (early bird deadline) and Early April (final deadline)

Pennsylvania Free Enterprise Week 

 

Pennsylvania Free Enterprise Week (PFEW) is a one-of-a-kind summer program that offers in-coming high school juniors and seniors a unique and challenging opportunity to see what it is like to run their own business.   

 

*After completing the application you must print out a signature page for your counselor!

$295 registration fee 

 

*Financial aid is available

10-11
Late March

The Wistar Institute Summer Fellowship Program in Biomedical Research

 

Students will enhance their understanding of current biological/biomedical theory and research tools and techniques.  Each student is assigned to work in a specific laboratory during the program; under the direction of the laboratory head, the student works on a unique research project related to the research goals of that particular laboratory. FREE + you receive a $1,250 stipend at the end
Age 16 or older
Late March U Penn Summer Mentorship Program
Choose a major and study Dental Medicine, Engineering/IT, Law, Medicine, or Nursing during this 4-week program at the University of Pennsylvania.
FREE + you receive a stipend at the end

current 10th and 11th grade

 

"underrepresented, first-generation, minority students"

Rolling admissions until positions are full
Free Library of Philadelphia- Teen Leadership Assistant

Work at a branch of the Free Library. Help students with homework, provide computer assistance to patrons, read aloud to children, etc. Job requires 8 hours of work per week, 3:30 to 6pm. 

 

Contact your local free library branch to see if they are hiring.

YOU GET PAID
9-12
Rolling Admissions

JSA Summer Programs

 

The JSA Summer School offers an academic experience for students who want to be the civic leaders of their generation. JSA Summer Programs prepare students to tackle the challenges facing their communities, our nation and the world. Some locations for the programs are at Georgetown, Stanford, and Princeton. 

Tuition varies: $2500-$4500

 

Scholarships available

9-12
Register by Early March to receive discounted price Arden Drama School You've got the passion for acting and drama, now develop the skills. You can become a better artist (on stage or behind the scenes) by spending time with amazing professional actors and designers. Cost Varies: $30-$815 9-12
Mid March

Asian American Journalist Association JCAMP 
The Asian American Journalists Assiciation's J Camp is a national multicultural journalism program for high school students.  The students selected demonstrate a keen interest in broadcasting, newspapers, magazines, photojournalism, or online media. This program is not limited to Asian American students.  J Camp will be held during the summer on a college campus.
FREE -including airfare, lodging, and meals 9-11

On Going

 

*they're trying to plan and train lifeguards for the summer, so apply ASAP

 

City of Philadelphia- Parks and Recreation-Lifeguard Positions

 

 

Philadelphia Parks & Recreation hires dozens of lifeguards for the summer. Parks & Rec hires lifeguards year-round for our indoor pools.  They provide Red Cross training for free if you commit to work at a city pool!

YOU GET PAID!

 

Jobs-

SALARY Range $15.25 - $17.24

 

 

Age 16 or older
Application Review begins Late March

Women in Engineering at The University of Maryland- various programs

Engineering and Data Science programs geared towards female high school students. 

cost varies per program- FREE- $325

female students currently in grades 10-11
Late March

Grammy Camp

 

Grammy Camp is for music loving students who would like to meet guest artists, write and record new music, visit cool music sites, and finish strong with a final concert in a professional venue. Three camp locations: Los Angles, New York, and Nashville, Tennessee.  

cost varies- $2000-$2200

9-12
Various

TeenLife.com

 

 

TeenLife is a resource for parents, teens, and educators who are looking for meaningful learning experiences. Opportunities include academic and adventure summer programs.  cost varies depending on program
9-12
late March PwC Accounting Careers Leadership Institute

The PricewaterhouseCoopers Accounting Careers Leadership Institute is a week-long, hands-on opportunity for Latino/a and African American or Black high school juniors (rising seniors) to learn more about the accounting profession and about the key role accountants play in society. 

*You must see your counselor for an application.

FREE program- you pay for transportation African American or Latino current juniors
Mid March Science and Technology Academy for Residence Scholars (STARS) The STARS program is a four-week residential enrichment program on the campus of Delaware State University (DSU). The science labs, computer labs and classrooms at DSU will be the setting for small group, hands-on activities in Mathematics, Science, Information Technology, English and SAT Preparation.

$1000

 

*contact the program director to apply for a scholarship

rising 10th – 12th grade students
Early March Program in Algotithmic and Combinational Thinking (PACT) at Princeton University The program teaches students about the mathematics and algorithms fundamental to the computer science field. Many summer programs teach high school students programming and application development, but this six week intensive course is one of very few with a theoretical and proof-based emphasis.

The only requirements are high school algebra, willingness to work hard, and, above all, the desire to learn. 

$1,700

 

-scholarships are available

grades 10-12

 

*must have already taken Algebra

*no deadline, but space is limited The Business of Doing Good

We are a social entrepreneur program for kids.  

Our mission is to inspire middle school kids to discover what is truly meaningful to them – and empower them with the skills to put their ideas into action.

We introduce kids to people who are already changing the world by solving social problems.  These real-life heroes work with the kids to teach them the skills they need to become entrepreneurs themselves.

cost varies per program

current grades 5-8

early March- Early Decision

 

 

early April- Regular Decision

Wildlife Leadership Academy At the Wildlife Leadership Academy we will empower you to become a Conservation Ambassador in order to create a sustained wildlife, fisheries and natural resource legacy for future generations.

You will complete this program with extensive knowledge about wildlife and conservation, with leadership and communication skills and become a certified Conservation Ambassador.

$500 for tuition, room, and board

 

*scholarships are available

ages 14-17
late March Neurology High School Scholars Project Two (2) high school students will be selected and participate in a basic science research project under the close guidance of a mentor in neurology/ neuroscience at CHOP for one month.

FREE

 

You get paid $1000 upon completing the program.

current juniors
mid March

Neubauer Family Adelante
Summer Scholars

at The University of Chicago

Students selected will receive a full scholarship to participate in one of two Summer Session courses: Collegiate Writing: Awakening Into Consciousness and Contagion: Infectious Agents and Emerging Diseases. Even if you don't plan to study English or Biology in college, being a Neubauer Family Adelante Summer Scholar is a great way to get an early look at college-level classes and get a feel for life on campus--and to have a ton of fun in the process. You'll spend the morning gaining hands-on experience from teachers who are experts in their fields and the evening exploring Chicago with your classmates.

FREE

 

includes tuition, room and board, and travel to and from campus

current juniors, Latino or Hispanic students only
rolling admissions until full Michigan Math and Science Scholars at The University of Michigan This is a program designed to introduce high school students to current developments and research in the sciences and to encourage the next generation of researchers to develop and retain a love of mathematics and science.

$100 application fee

 

$2,000 for the two week program including tuition, room, and board

 

*Financial aid is available.

 

You must pay your own transportation costs.

current 9th, 10th, and 11th grade students

 

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