Greetings from Chowan University!We are planning our summer Campapalooza and want to be sure your students are invited! Campapalooza is a 5-day academic summer camp for rising sophomores, juniors, and seniors. They will live on campus, have their meals in the university cafeteria, and spend their days engaged in exciting academic activities with our university faculty!The QR code provides a link to a form where students can choose the camp topic they are interested in and connect with the faculty.Dr. Mitchell Henke252-398-6202
Career Explorers Program for Rising 9th Graders
Application Deadline: April14,2023
July 24-27,2023 8:00am -3:00pm
See flyer for more information.
Career Accelerator Program for 10th-12th Graders
June 20-28, 2023. Check out flyer for more details.
Governor’s Page Program
This is an incredible opportunity for students across the state to travel to Raleigh and not just learn about but participate in state government through a hands-on experience.
The experience spans over four days and is open to NC high school juniors, seniors, and recent graduates. For in-person page programs, students will receive a $200 stipend to help compensate for any costs associated with the program.
The page program also offers special weeks dedicated to under-represented groups in state government, such as the Black Student Leaders Governor’s Page Week and the Latinx Governor’s Page Week. These weeks are for students who identify as Black or African-American and Latinx or Hispanic, respectively, and exist as an attempt to further diversity and equity in our state government.
To learn more about the Governor’s Page Program and apply, please visit https://governor.nc.gov/governors-page-program.
For questions about the program or application, please contact Erinn Foote at email@example.com.
North Carolina Business Committee for Education
The 2023 Governor’s Page Program – Black Student Leaders Page Week application is open.
The Governor’s Page Program allows students to gain an in-depth understanding of state government. Throughout the week, Pages will be onsite in the Governor's Office and will have the chance to tour government buildings and visit historical sites such as the Legislative Building, the State Capitol, the Executive Mansion, and the North Carolina Museum of History. In addition, pages will have the opportunity to work with policy officials from various state government departments to develop a policy proposal.
Please share with your students and encourage them to apply as they will have the opportunity to learn about the political process and gain impactful connections.”
Very Truly Yours,
Civic Engagement Field Liaison
Office of Rep. Deborah Ross (NC-02)
300 Fayetteville Street, Suite 104, P.O. Box 1548, Raleigh, NC 27602
Office 919-334-0840 Direct Line 919-623-9653
University of Mary Washington Summer Enrichment Program
Application Deadline: 3/20/23
The University of Mary Washington is excited to announce the 2023 Summer Enrichment Program for rising sophomores, juniors, and seniors. During our one week multidisciplinary pre-college experience July 9-15, participants will join UMW professors for three engaging, meaningful courses, some with out-of-class enrichment activities to help students fully explore the content.
- Use augmented reality to visualize DNA or create digital media.
- Explore the chemistry of food.
- Learn how to run a business.
- Use UMW’s Geographic Information Systems laboratory and outdoor excursions to create mental maps, printed maps, and online story maps.
Explore courses in STEM, business, history or follow a special track in cyber security. Check out additional courses and course descriptions. Participants live in a UMW residence hall with other enrichment program participants and enjoy meals in the University Center dining hall, all while learning from inspiring faculty members who love to teach.
A fee of $1,200 covers tuition, room and board, course materials, field trip transportation, and recreational activities. Reduced fees may be available.
Applications are due March 20, 2023. Find out more at the Summer Enrichment Program website: umw.edu/summer/sep.
UNC Asheville Summer Pre-College Programs
We are excited to announce that registration is now open for Summer 2023 Pre-College Programs at UNC Asheville! We hope that you will help us share information about these on-campus opportunities with interested students and their families. Limited spaces are available, so we encourage early registration. Each Pre-College program will run from Sunday to Friday, with topics spanning the arts and sciences. All students will live on campus to fully experience university life and the surrounding community. The program cost, which starts at $1,350, includes lodging, meals, course materials, activities and excursions. Dates for our Summer 2023 Pre-College Programs are June 18-23 and June 25-30 with several programs offered multiple weeks.Topics include:
- River Ecology & Adventure
- Great Smokies Young Writers Workshop (Creative Writing)
- Film Scoring & Sound Design
- Climate, Robotics, Rocketry & Aerospace Engineering
- Geology & Adventure
- Music Composition & Songwriting
https://camps.unca.edu/pre-college If you have any questions, feel to reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 828-251-6960. Thank you for your assistance! Sincerely, Blair Jenkins Director, Conferences and Camps University of North Carolina Asheville P.S. Here is a Pre-College Program advertisement for you to post in your high school.For more information or to register, please visit
Campbell Engineering Day for High School Students
Saturday, April 1. 2023, from 10 am to 2 pm. Click flyer below for more information including how to register.
NC State Pre-College Summer Programs
Application Deadline: 4/7/23
With the summer approaching soon, we want to share about our college enrichment opportunities that could be of interest to your students. We host three pre-college programs for rising juniors and seniors to learn about higher education opportunities and cultural reinforcement. This is for students to find and build a strong sense of community while also preparing for the college application process and university experience. CAMINOS: Your Journey to College is geared towards students who identify as Hispanic or Latinx or have an interest in the culture. The program will be held from June 18-22. Native Education Forum is geared towards students who identify as Native American or American Indian or have an interest in the culture. The program will be held from June 18-24. Emerging Scholars Academy is geared towards students who identify as Black or African American or have an interest in the culture. The program will be held from June 25-July 1. All summer programs will be in person, and students will stay in residence halls for their participation. Please encourage students to apply if they have a cumulative unweighted GPA of 3.4 or higher or are in the top 15% of their class and are interested in pursuing college. The deadline to apply is Friday, April 7. For more information, visit thePre-College Programs website.