N.C. A&T Research Apprenticeship Program (RAP)Posted by Stephanie Nelson at 11/6/2017
North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University’s College of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences (CAES) is pleased to invite students to participate in a four-week residential summer program for rising high school juniors and seniors. Upon completion of the program, students may qualify for a monetary award.
Research Apprenticeship Program (RAP) for High School Students
The application deadline is Feb. 2, 2018. Applications post-marked after Feb. 2 will not be accepted.
RAP REQUIRES THE FOLLOWING:
Official High School Transcript
Completed Application Form
$25 Non-Refundable Application Fee
RAP – June 17 through July 13, 2018
2018 Telluride Association Sophomore Seminar (TASS)Posted by Stephanie Nelson at 11/1/2017
We're looking for intellectually curious and motivated 10th graders to apply to our free six-week program, co-sponsored by Cornell University and the University of Michigan. We're interested in recruiting students who excel by traditional means and who also shine through in other unique community-oriented ways. Our application is centered around students' personal essays on a variety of topics. This process helps us find exceptional participants from a diverse range of backgrounds and circumstances, from all over the country.
TASS is a multi-faceted experience; students live together for six weeks at one of our two program campuses. They attend college-level seminars in topics pertaining to critical Black and ethnic studies and participate in activities to further their knowledge in the classroom. Students create a close-knit intellectual and social community that is built on a love of learning, broadening perspectives, and sharing new ideas.
TASS is free. There is no charge for tuition, books, or room and board. Although students are responsible for arranging travel to and from TASS, financial awards are available for those in need. We are also able to offer subsidies to offset lost wages for students whose summer work would otherwise help support their families, thanks to a generous grant from the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation.
If you are interested in this opportunity, please use your WCPSS student email to email your request to be nominated. Email Counselor, Mrs. Nelson, at firstname.lastname@example.org by Wednesday, November 22, 2017.
More information can be found here, https://www.tellurideassociation.org/
Hugh O'Brian Youth State Leadership SeminarPosted by Stephanie Nelson at 11/1/2017
Attention Sophomores: Apply now to be selected as a GMHS HOBY representative
Represent your high school and discover your leadership talents at
the Hugh O'Brian Youth Leadership State Leadership Seminar!
• 3-4 DAYS of fun, interactive leadership training, meeting state leaders, and making new friends
• EXPERIENCE life on a UNIVERSITY CAMPUS and living in dorms
• Learn about yourself and how you can be an IMPACTFUL YOUTH LEADER
• DISCOVER how personal, group, and societal leadership lead to SOCIAL CHANGE
• Return from the seminar with SKILLS and INSPIRATION to lead change
• State Leadership Seminars are for high school SOPHOMORES ONLY so don’t miss out!
Seminar Location: NC State University, Raleigh
Seminar Dates: June 15, 2018 - June 17, 2018, Please be sure you are available these dates before applying.
Using your WCPSS student email, please email the following to Counselor, Mrs. Nelson (email@example.com) BY FRIDAY. NOV. 17th no later than 4:00 PM.
1. A student resume (include school honors/awards, extracurricular activities, community activities (i.e., volunteering, Scouts, etc.)
2. Answer the following essay prompt in ONE page, double spaced:
Describe the most rewarding and most challenging aspects of being a leader in your school and community.
Your resume and essay should be included in the same document (e.g. page 1 is the resume, page 2 is the essay)
Martha Guy Summer InstitutePosted by Stephanie Nelson at 11/1/2017
Summer opportunity awaits current high school juniors on the campus of Appalachian State University. The Martha Guy Summer Institute for Future Business Leaders (MGSI) has a solid, 13-year history of inspiring students through exploration of the business world, and is now accepting applications for our 2018 Cohort, July 8th - July 28th.
Unique aspects of MGSI:
Unlike most summer opportunities, MGSI combines a residential experience with out of state travel. Following two weeks on campus at Appalachian State University, the program concludes with a week of travel to various business and cultural/entertainment sites.
Each MGSI class is small. Twenty-four students are selected. The group size provides a much more intimate, personal experience for each participant.
It is quite affordable considering the extensive travel, excursions and activities; tuition is $1,900 plus a meal plan fee of $350.
**Need-based scholarships are available to qualified applicants.
Which students are well suited for MGSI?
Seeking students who have a sincere interest in business as a college major and demonstrate leadership potential. Some candidates have an entrepreneurial spirit, or have unique or extensive part-time work experience. Considers competitive students among under-represented groups and populations. Interested students should demonstrate academic achievement.
Students who embrace and appreciate new people, opportunities and experiences are ideal for MGSI. They should also be well-prepared to be away from home and able to manage a demanding schedule.
Application deadline is February 28th 2017
Duke University Summer Programs 2018Posted by Stephanie Nelson at 11/1/2017
Duke invites you to imagine yourself at Duke this summer if you are: seeking to gain academic credit from renowned Duke faculty or to learn to be a Leader and Global Citizen through personal enrichment courses;hoping to spend your summer enjoying residential activities such as ball games, outlet shopping, dances, talent shows, and more;excited to prepare for college and create an international network of peers.
Summer College for High School Students (an academic credit program for students currently in grades 10 or 11)
Summer Academy for High School Students (an academic enrichment program for students currently in grades 9, 10, 11, or 12)
Summer College application deadline: April 14, 2017 at 11:59 pm
Summer Academy application deadline: April 28, 2017 at 11:59 pm
Summer Ventures In Science & MathPosted by Stephanie Nelson at 11/1/2017
Summer Ventures in Science and Mathematics is a no-cost, state-funded program for academically talented North Carolina students who aspire to careers in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. As a rising high school junior or senior, you live on a college campus for four weeks in the summer and conduct research around topics of your interest — while enjoying the company of like-minded peers.
Who can apply?
- Rising high school juniors or seniors who have not already participated in Summer Ventures in Science and Mathematics.
- Students whose custodial parent or guardian lives in North Carolina as of December 1, 2017.
- Students with proven academic ability, motivation in STEM fields of study, and emotional maturity.
- Students may apply to both Summer Ventures and Governor’s School, but they must choose one if accepted to both programs.
- Students may apply to both Summer Ventures and North Carolina School of Science and Mathematics (NCSSM). Students must choose between Summer Ventures or the NCSSM residential program if accepted to both. NCSSM Online students can attend Summer Ventures.
A student on the NCSSM residential waiting list who is later accepted may attend Summer Ventures.
Applications are due January 15, 2018