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Program Opportunities

Fly-in programs are amazing opportunities for students from low-income and underrepresented backgrounds to visit and explore college campuses for FREE! More than 70 colleges, including many of the nation's top schools, offer these incredible programs. 

Access List of 2019 College Fly-In Programs: http://bit.ly/2vk6lfQ
 
 

WANT TO LEARN ABOUT MEDICAL JOBS?

VOLUNTEER AT KAISER HOSPITAL!

REQUEST VOLUNTEER APPLICATION

AT:    VolunteerServices-kpSunset@kp.org

YOU CAN START Sept through June

Apply & interview the month before the month that you want to start

What:

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)

Expanding Horizons Internships provide 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.
 
 

Hopkins will be hosting its 3rd annual Humanities Overnight Program in spring 2020 and we are asking you to nominate your students for this unique opportunity!

— Program details

On Monday, March 2-Tuesday, March 3, 2020, we will welcome a small group of high school juniors with an expressed interest in the humanities to our undergraduate Homewood campus in Baltimore, Maryland. This is an incredible opportunity for your top humanities students to spend 24 hours on our campus and meet with current students and faculty. Students accepted to the Humanities Overnight Program are representative of our university values of intellectual freedom and collaborative innovation and would thrive within our academic culture.

This expenses-paid program will include opportunities to:

  • learn more about the humanities experience at Hopkins
  • sit in on interdisciplinary classes
  • meet current professors and experts in their fields
  • attend a college essay writing workshop led by admissions officers and faculty members

Participants will stay overnight in on-campus housing. Meals, lodging, and transportation to and from campus will be paid for by the university.

 

See Ms. Bryan for a nomination by November 15

As the first college in the country to adopt a policy to admit students regardless of race, Oberlin College has a deep commitment to access and inclusion. That’s why we offer the Multicultural Visit Program. This all-expenses-paid trip to campus allows students to experience the vibrancy and diversity of a top liberal arts college that challenges convention, embraces differences, and encourages originality. 

High school seniors selected for the program will be hosted overnight by a current Oberlin student and will attend classes, visit with professors, participate in admissions and financial aid workshops, and get a firsthand view of campus life.

We encourage applications from students from diverse backgrounds such as American Indian or Alaska Native, Asian, Black or African-American, Hispanic/Latino(a), Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander. We will also consider low income and/or first-generation to college students, regardless of cultural or racial background. Students can apply for one of two visit weekends in the fall: 

Program Date                                          Application Due

*October 10-12                                         September 16

November 14-16                                       October 21

*Students applying Early Decision, the the Posse Scholars Program, or as a QuestBridge Match Scholar to another institution are only eligible to attend the October MVP.

Please visit the  Multicultural Visit Program website  website to learn more.

Bryn Mawr College Road Scholar Program 

Road Scholars attend one of three select Senior Stays throughout the fall. Senior Stays are overnight programs that allow students to fully explore the college experience at Bryn Mawr. To be eligible for the program, students must:

  • Reside in select U.S. states 
  • Be enrolled as a high school senior in the fall of 2019
  • Complete the Road Scholar Program application
  • Submit a school transcript and a list of senior courses

Road Scholars will visit campus for one of the following Senior Stays:

October 28-29
November 13-14
November 18-19

Decisions for the Road Scholar program are made on a rolling basis. Space is limited so be sure to apply early. The Road Scholar application will be available in September.

The Bronfman Fellowship is a vibrant network of 1,200+ pluralistic young Jews from Israel and North America. The program begins with a five-week, all-expenses-paid trip to Israel. Fellows explore deep existential questions and Jewish ideas while building friendships with peers who challenge and inspire them.
 
If you are intellectually adventurous, Jewish, and currently in 11th grade, apply to The Bronfman Fellowship!

What is High School Diplomats?

High School Diplomats (HSD) is a scholarship program that brings together high school students from the United States and Japan each summer through two parallel experiences. With HSD U.S. American students travel to Princeton University where they participate in ten days of cultural exchange alongside a Japanese roommate.  With HSD Japan American students who complete the Princeton program travel to Japan for a month the following summer. Each participant in the program is given a generous scholarship that pays for room, board, activity and most program transportation costs.

Deadline January 8, 2020

At Babson, our mission is to educate entrepreneurial leaders who create great economic and social value everywhere. One of the ways our office fulfills this mission is through our annual fly-in program. Now in its 6th year, our Multicultural Overnight Experience (MOE), hosts a diverse group of creative and innovative high school seniors from across the United States. At MOE, students will experience life as a first-year undergraduate student at Babson by, exploring student life on campus, engaging with faculty, staff, and students, attending Babson classes, and more! At MOE, we focus our efforts on the support, empowerment and success of our students, and strive to provide an inclusive community that appreciates the uniqueness and value of all people.

This year, MOE will take place on Sunday, October 27th and Monday October 28th. We would love if you’d consider sharing this wonderful opportunity with any high school seniors that have an interest in Babson, business, or would benefit from this experience.

For more information about MOE or how to apply please see our website here
Project Bridge 2019-2020 Application is now open!

Prospective Youth Ambassadors are invited to apply for Project Bridge, an intercultural youth leadership program that aims to cultivate future community leaders and introduce them to U.S.- Korea relations, with an emphasis on cultural and racial sensitivity and a firm understanding of Korea. The goal of this unique program is to “bridge” the gap among cultures through cultural awareness and leadership training, with Korea as its case study. Juniors and seniors in Greater Los Angeles public schools are eligible to apply.
 
Applications must be postmarked by Friday, October 11, 2019.
The YYGS application is now open, and we are actively recruiting interested students in grades 10 or 11 (or international equivalent) from all around the world. We hope you will review this message and/or share it with your networks:

We invite you to join us at Yale this summer! Experience life as a university student at Yale's Old Campus while attending an academic session of your choosing.

We offer sessions in the humanities, social sciences, STEM, and a new cross-disciplinary track that incorporates all of the above.

Here's what you need to know:
  • Meet peers from over 125 countries around the world (including all 50 U.S. states), and join discussions where students offer global perspectives.
     
  • We provide over $3.4 million USD in need-based financial aid equally to both domestic and international students, offered as discounts covering up to 100% of tuition costs.
     
  • Apply by our early action deadline and receive a reduced application fee. If the fee poses a financial burden, submit a fee waiver to make your application fee $0 USD.
     
Early Action Deadline: November 12, 2019 at 11:59PM ET
Regular Decision Deadline: January 15, 2020 at 11:59PM ET

Apply Today: https://globalscholars.yale.edu/how-to-apply

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us. Thank you for your time, and we hope to read your application soon!

The Emma Bowen Foundation is a media-focused diversity initiative that recruits promising students of color and places them in paid summer internships at some of the nation's leading media and technology companies.

EBF Fellows have access to:

  • A PAID summer internship opportunity to inspiring high school seniors.
  • On-the-job training from top professionals
  • An all-expenses paid Summer Conference in New York City
  • Need-based scholarships
  • A community of diverse media and tech talent

Learn more: http://www.emmabowenfoundation.com/application_info

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