The Emma Bowen Foundation is a media-focused diversity initiative that recruits promising students and places them in paid summer internships at some of the nation's leading media and technology companies.
Selected students will have access to:
Apply at this link: http://www.emmabowenfoundation.com/application_info
Expanding Horizons Internship program provides first-generation college-bound, juniors and sophomores high school students in the Los Angeles area with an intensive experience of skill development and personal growth that prepares them for college, career, and civic life. The program begins with interactive seminars in the spring and concludes with a paid summer internship at a prestigious law firm, corporation, government agency, or non-profit organization. EHI is a program of Constitutional Rights Foundation (CRF), a non-profit, non-partisan educational organization. For over 50 years we’ve provided programs, training, and materials supporting teachers, youth, and community-based service providers in the fields of civic and law-related education.
Below is the program description, as well as a flyer for students.
Deadline is February 14, 2019
All applicants are required to complete an online Horizon Scholars application.
To be eligible to apply, students must:
Wellesley College is offering the second iteration of our online course AP® Italian Language and Culture, on the edX platform.
Students and teachers can register for free to have instant access anytime to all online materials for self-study!
Students who also want to study with the help of our teachers may register for one of our Online Live Instruction Classes offered in conjunction with the free AP® Italian Language and Culture course.
These online classes start the week of February 4, 2019. Please note that, unlike our free AP® Italian Language and Culture course, our Online Live Instruction Classes require the payment of a tuition and registration fee.
Students who want to study on their own for the AP® Italian exam of May 2019 may register now for free on edX.
The 2019 USC Bovard Scholars application is now open!
We are excited to welcome our third cohort of Bovard Scholars to the USC campus this summer. As I write to you, our second cohort is in the midst of the college application process, working with our program’s college admissions counselors to fine-tune essays and applications. And our first cohort is enjoying their first year as college freshman at top-tier universities across the country — think Harvard, Columbia, the University of Chicago, the University of California, Berkeley, and right here at USC.
We invite all high-achieving high school juniors with financial need to apply.
Do you or someone you know fit these requirements?
If so, you are eligible to apply.
The Princeton Summer Journalism Program is a free program for high-achieving low-income current juniors who are interested in journalism. Over 10 days, students will learn reporting skills and theory from professional journalists, Princeton University professors, and program alumni through a series of workshops and lectures, which culminates in the publication of their own newspaper, the Princeton Summer Journal. After the program, students are paired with a volunteer college adviser to help them through their admissions process.
Program dates: Friday, Aug 2 - Monday, Aug 12, 2019
Application deadline: Friday, February 15, 2019 at 11:59PM EST.
Limited need-based full (including travel costs) and partial scholarships are available for students who qualify. In addition to completing the appropriate form below, parents of applicants and students must send their 2018 tax forms to be considered for financial aid.
Both domestic and international students who wish to apply for a scholarship should fill out the Student Financial Aid Form. Students will be notified of their financial aid and scholarship awards with their admission decision.
You may request a Fee Waiver by applying for need-based financial aid. Please complete the 2019 Summer Study Financial Aid Form.
The application deadline is March 1, 2019. To learn more, visit our website at www.babson.edu/summerstudy.
Stanford Pre-Collegiate Summer Institutes is a three-week summer residential program where participants engage in single-subject intensive study and benefit from small class size and academically themed residences.
Courses range in areas from Business to Bioscience, Particle Physics to Political Science, and Creative Writing to Cosmology. Each course is customized by its instructors to give students deep exposure and hands-on experience. Academics and social activities are integrated into every aspect of our program. Peers and mentors from around the world, first-rate instructional and residential staff, and the beautiful Stanford University campus come together to create an unparalleled experience.
We encourage all families who make less than $60,000 a year to apply for aid. If your family is above this bracket, you may still apply, but should include clarifications of your family's circumstances in your Financial Aid Request Letter submitted with your application. Aid can be awarded to both domestic and international participants.
Learn more about Stanford Pre-Collegiate Studies programs here: https://spcs.stanford.edu/programs.
LA BioMed’s Summer Fellows Program is designed to encourage graduating high school seniors and high school juniors to explore careers in the field of biomedical science. Students in the program will:
Fellowships begin on Monday, June 17, 2019 and continue through Friday, August 9, 2019. Students will work full-time and receive a total stipend of$2,200 for uninterrupted participation in the program.
Students will be selected on the basis of merit. In order to be eligible for consideration, a student must:
Applying to college can seem daunting, and the prospect of paying for it can seem even more overwhelming. But it doesn’t have to be. The College Prep Scholars Program equips high-achieving high school juniors from low-income backgrounds with the knowledge, confidence, and resources to apply to top colleges.
The 2019 College Prep Scholars Program application opens in early February, and it will be due on March 20, 2019. Learn more about who should apply >>
Why apply as a junior? Being a College Prep Scholar is a notable distinction that shows our 40 college partners that you are a competitive candidate for admission. As a College Prep Scholar, you will receive exclusive awards and opportunities to develop a strong college application that shares your unique story.
WANT TO LEARN ABOUT MEDICAL JOBS?
VOLUNTEER AT KAISER HOSPITAL!
REQUEST VOLUNTEER APPLICATION
YOU CAN START Sept through June
Apply & interview the month before the month that you want to start
Learn about medical jobs, helping people & add to your resume. This is an expectation of volunteering for 200 hours over a 1-year period (averages to about 4 hours a week).
To volunteer at Kaiser: must be at least 16 years of age & have a Social Security number
Where: Kaiser Los Angeles Medical Center, near Sunset/Vermont Metro stop.
Brief description of Volunteer Process: (complete description comes with the application)
The Reynolds Young Writers Workshop is open to qualified students who have completed their sophomore or junior year in high school by June of the program year. We do not admit current ninth graders/rising sophomores.
The program fee for the workshop, including tuition, housing, and meals for the 8-day program, is $1,300. (On-campus residency is required.) Generous financial assistance, made possible through the Reynolds Endowment, is available based on need. A simple financial aid request form is included in the online application.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: SUNDAY MARCH 3, 2019 AT 11:59PM
Women of Distinction is a program for high school seniors that highlights the opportunities at Smith for African American, Latina, Asian American, and Native American students. Admission is competitive. Smith will provide round-trip transportation, meals and accommodations for all participants.
The program will take place on October 18-20, 2019.
The deadline to apply for the annual Women of Distinction program at Smith College is Friday, June 14, 2019. The application will be available on Wednesday, May 1, 2019. Please note only current high school juniors are eligible to apply.
For more information. please visit Women of Distinction.
Discover Swarthmore is open to all rising high school seniors. The selection committee prioritizes applications from students with the following characteristics:
Additionally, we invite applications from any rising senior (U.S. citizens, Permanent Residents, and undocumented/DACA students attending school in the United States) who is interested in attending, regardless of demographic or economic background. Swarthmore supports all forms of diversity, including—but not limited to—racial, ethnic, ideological, sexual/gender identity, geographic, and religious diversity.
See Ms. Bryan for a nomination