GMHS Future Center


  THE FUTURE CENTER WILL CLOSE FOR THE SUMMER ON THURSDAY MAY 24TH. Final transcripts will be sent to colleges starting the week of May 14th.  The deadline for requesting  and paying for new transcripts for college applications is Monday May 21st.  After May 21st, Transcripts and record requests for former students and graduates are submitted online. The system can be accessed through the public website and then selecting the quick link Student Transcripts & Records

The Future Center  opens at  9:00 am  Monday – Friday, unless posted otherwise.  This semester, the Future Center is closed during 5th period.

Services provided through the Future Center include:

● Official Transcripts submitted to colleges or for scholarships

● Unofficial transcripts for student personal use

Letters of recommendation request forms

Scheduling of visits from colleges, universities, career/technical/vocational schools, and military branches to Green Mountain

● Information/postings from colleges, vocational/technical school, military, regarding campus visits, tours, college fairs, open houses.

● Information/postings regarding: ACT or SAT testing;

        - college financial aid; scholarship opportunities;

        - college summer study opportunities;

        - student leadership or volunteer opportunities; 

        - local employment opportunities

Fees for transcripts are $3.00 for each official transcript and $1.00 each unofficial transcript – Payable at the time of request of transcripts. Students make requests and pay for transcripts in the Future Center. 

Academies at Green Mountain Career Shadow Program:

Coordinator: Mrs. Pool 
When: Monday – Friday from 9:30 – 2:30.
Future Center 
What: The Shadow Program offers students the chance to shadow a host in the community

Contact Carolyn Pool for information:


Students must sign up in the Future Center to receive a pass to attend

                                 Upcoming College Fairs/ Open Houses/Campus Visits/ Summer Programs     
                         *** See Mrs. Griffin for further details, times, locations and registration information**

 ROAR Summer College Search Series: Considering Out-of-State Options"  will take place at 11 libraries along the Front Range between June 4-8.  Sixteen ROAR member institutions will be in attendance to speak with rising seniors, juniors, sophomores and freshmen.  Each event will consist of a 30-45 minute "Finding the Right College Fit" presentation followed by a 30-45 minute college fair.  Registration is not required to attend. 
Questions or information:Beth Hodge ROAR Mini-Fair Coordinator or 205-861-3510
MONDAY, JUNE 4                                            9:30-11:00am: Eloise May Library Meeting Rooms C & D  1471 S. Parker Road Denver 80231 1:30-3:00pm: Parker Library Event Hall A 20105 East Mainstreet  Parker 80138 6:00-7:30pm:  Philip S. Miller Library Castle Rock Bank Room East 100 S. Wilcox St. Castle Rock 80104 
 TUESDAY, JUNE 5 9:30-11:00am: Columbine Library Columbine Meeting Room 7706 W. Bowles Ave. Littleton 80123 2:30-4:00pm: Harmony Library Community Room  4616 South Shields Fort Collins 80526 6:30-7:45pm:  Standley Lake Library 8485 Kipling St. Arvada 80005  
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6                                          9:30-11:00am: James H. LaRue Library, Room Shea A 9292 Ridgeline Blvd  Highlands Ranch 80129 1:30-3:00pm: Smoky Hill Library Meeting Room A 5430 S. Biscay Circle,  Centennial 80015 6:00-7:30pm: Pikes Peak Library 21C 1175 Chapel Hills Dr. Colorado Springs 80920  
THURSDAY, JUNE 7  6:00-7:30pm: Arvada Library Community Room 7525 W 57th Ave. Arvada 80002  
FRIDAY, JUNE 8 12:30-2:00pm: Belmar Library Belmar Meeting Room 555 S. Allison Parkway Lakewood 80226 

Texas Tech University is Offering Free College Application Workshops this Summer!

This free hour-long program is designed to assist prospective college students with their college applications, discussing how to strengthen their applications, what to write (and not write) on their college essays, financial aid and scholarships, and tips and tricks to make the college application process a little easier. Please contact Jen Miller to sign up at

Texas Tech University is Offering Free College Application Workshops this Summer! This free hour-long program is designed to assist prospective college students with their college applications, discussing how to strengthen their applications, what to write (and not write) on their college essays, financial aid and scholarships, and tips and tricks to make the college application process a little easier. Please contact Jen Miller to sign up

June 19, 2018

1:30 pm


Arapahoe Library – Southglenn Branch

The Streets at Southglenn, 6972 S. Vine St., Centennial, CO 80122

June 21, 2018

1:30 pm

Castle Rock

Douglas County Library – Castle Rock

100 S. Wilcox St., Castle Rock, CO 80104

July 18, 2018

1:30 pm


Douglas County Library - Parker

20205 E. Mainstreet, Parker, CO 80138

July 26, 2018

1:30 pm


Arapahoe Libraries – Southglenn Branch

The Streets at Southglenn, 6972 S. Vine St., Centennial, CO 80122

 UNIVERSITY OF NORTHERN COLORADO 2017-18 VISIT DAYS - registration - or call 970-351-2881
    Daily Tours - M - F 8:45 am and 2:30 pm and select Saturdays

 SETON HALL UNIVERSITY - information or registration -
 Campus tours offered M-F at 10 am and 2 pm  or Saturdays at 10 am, 12 pm or 2 pm

Sunday 9/16, Saturday 9/22, Saturday 10/13, Sunday 10/21, Saturday 10/27, Sunday 11/ 4, Saturday 11/10
Register at

Are you interested in seeing what life would be like at Meredith Manor but can't make it during the week for a scheduled tour? Come to the open house on Saturday, May 19, 2018 to see the programs offered at Meredith Manor. Registration will begin promptly at 9:00 am. Demonstrations will run from 10:00 am - 3:00 pm. 
Contact infomation and RSVP: Kristen at (304) 679-5265 or text (304) 584-3128 or

    Experience what it is like to be a MSU Denver at DIME Denver student and how we can help you towards a career in the music industry. We are currently running degree programs in Commercial Music Performance (Guitar, Bass, Drums & Vocals), Commercial Songwriting and Music Industry Studies. Tour the facilities, meet instructors, and students.
Contact: or 303-623-1600 or #MAKEMUSICYOURLIFE

Talk to colleges and universities representatives about their Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) degree programs, Learn about internship and career opportunities form STEM industry professionals.
When: June 3, 2018
Time: 1 p.m. - 4 p.m.
Where: Univesity of Denver Gates Field House

COLLEGES THAT CHANGE LIVES COLLEGE FAIR - CTCL 9ffers a national series of information sessions and college fairs for students and parents. These sessions begin with an enlightening 30-minute presentation on today's college search process, followed immediately by a college fair that last approximately 1.5 hours. Students and families are able to collect information from and speak directly with admissions representatives from the colleges and university that inspired the book Colleges That Change Lives. List of participating colleges in Future Center. 
Date: August 13, 2018
Time: 7:00 pm
Location: Colorado Convention Center

                                                COLLEGE SEARCH AND TIMELINE WEBSITES

                                        SCHOLARSHIP SEARCH WEBSITES

https// - application for stipend from State of Colorado for Colorado residents attending Colorado colleges

                                                        SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

                            *** Visit the Future Center for details,  applications or nomination forms *** 

Reminder – Students who have already applied to colleges, be sure to check your college websites for information about applying for internal scholarships and the application deadlines


This scholarship is awarded to students seeking an AAS degree in Programming Specialist, Web Development, Network Specialist, Cyber Secrutiy Specialist or an AS degree in Computer Science fro Red Rocks Community College. This scholarship is a  merit and a needs based scholarship.

For application and more information, go to For questions contact Joe Murdock, RRCC Computer Technology Instructor at 303-914-6249 or

College Peas Student Standout College Scholarship - for the student who has something special that makes them different from their peers. Qualifications: Current high school student intending to enroll full-time at a four year college, Minimum GPA unweighted of 2.0, Submit a short essay ( no longer than 100 words) describing a special skills, talent or interest that helps you standout form your peers. Deadline to apply and award date TBD.  Application:


PATHS Scholarship Program:  The Computer Science Department at the Colorado School of mines is pleased to announce a new scholarship opportunity for academically talented, low-income high school seniors and community college transfer students in Colorado to study computer science (CS) at the Colorado School of Mines



Each year, the U.S. JCI Senate Foundation grants $1,000 scholarships to graduating high school seniors who plan to continue their education at accredited post-secondary colleges, universities or vocational schools. The number of grants awarded annually is at the discretion of the Foundation and must be used for educational expenses in the first year of full-time study. Checks awarded will be made out in the name of the recipient and the educational institution of the recipient’s choice.

Applications must come from high school students who are U.S. Citizens graduating from U.S. accredited schools. This may include state approved home school and state approved GED programs, cyber schools, and overseas U.S. approved schools.

Applications available in Future Center 

Information: or contact Dale Hill - dlh.coloradoadrunner@hotmail or 303-466-1192                             

Montana State University Scholarships - scholarship information:

    Non- Resident Freshman Achievement Awards offered to students who submit an application to MSU along with self-reported transcripts and official (reported directly from ACT or SAT) test scores.
    Non-Resident Freshmen Distinction Awards offered to students who do not meet regular Achievement Award parameters. Leadership experience, activities, honors and financial need will be considered.
Barbizon & Southwest Model and Talent Agency College Scholarships   
application: or call 877-408-9652

K-State College of Engineering - Out of State Scholarships:
    Heritage Scholarship - renewable for 4-yrs - for incoming students whose parent or grandparent graduated from K-      State
    Purple and White Scholarship or Honors Scholarship - renewable for 4-yrs - Awarded to out-or-state seniors with a     minimum 3.5 GPA and 24 ACT or 1160 SAT 
Wichita State University Scholarships
  College of Fine Arts Scholarship  in Arts and Music Performance - Audition Days held in the Fall and the Spring, Contact the School of Music @ 316-978-6430 or WICHITA.EDU/MUSICSCHOLARSHIPS.
The mission of the Ron Brown Scholar Program is to advance higher education and improve the lives of public service-minded and intellectually gifted African Americans and to accelerate their progress into impactful leadership rolls and opportunities.
RON BROWN GUIDED PATHWAY SUPPORT PROGRAM - a college access and successprogram for African American high school juniors and seniors. GPS students are guided by Ron Bron Scholar mentor through the college process:
  • Test prep
  • Essay and resume editing
  • Interview prep
  • Scholarship reaources
  • Completing the FAFSA
  • Choosing a College  
GPS mentoring takes place on an exclusive Workplace by Facebook platform, allowing juniors and seniors to access the expertise the the Ron Brown network from anywhere in the country on a mobile phone, laptop, or desktop.
Application for the 2018-19 cycle:

CCD Gateway Scholarship for students graduating early from high school and enrolling at CCD in the Spring of 2018.
Contact: Kaylyn Blair at (303) 352-3251 or

One scholarship will be awarded to a high school senior planning to attend any accredited college, university or vocational institution. Having a Mayflower ancestor is not a requirement. Applicants must be residents of the State of Colorado and a citizen of the United States.  Further information, application form, and instructions in Future Center.

WACE NATIONAL CO-OP SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM -  a merit co-op scholarship program offered to students admitted to one of nine partner institutions of high education. The participating colleges are Clarkson University, Drexel University, Merrimack College, Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) Oswego State University of New York, The University of Toledo, University of Cincinnati, University of Massachusetts Lowell, and Wentworth Institute of Technology. 
Students who are admitted to one of the nine institutions can apply for one of these scholarships by visiting the website and completing an online version of the form or by completing and mailing the form included in the brochure. * See Mrs Griffin for the brochure* 

 For more information and to apply, please visit our website at 

HENDRIX COLLEGE in Conway Arkansas  - HAYS MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP -  must be nominated by high school

Information and university appliction:

UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA AT KEARNEY - COLORADO & KANSAS ADVANTAGE SHOLARSHIP -  students can save up to $28,000 on tuition over a 4-year period, matching in-state tuition rates at UNK.
Students must be admitted to UNK by August 1, 2018.
admissions application:


The BigSun Organization is proud to be able to continue to help young athletes succeed in their academic pursuits. We are offering an annual scholarship to a deserving student. All student athletes are eligible for this award, regardless of which sport they are participating in.  Their participation may be in any capacity, whether as a player, coach or official.

Application Deadline: 6/28/2018  

The successful applicant will be a high school senior or be attending a post secondary institute and currently involved in some sport at that institution or in the community..Please visit our website at to learn how to apply.


Sign up for e-mails to get helpful college tips and resources, and enter to win a scholarship! Throughout the year, 11 eligible students or parents will be randomly selected to win a $10,000 Discover Student Loans Scholarship Award to help cover college expenses

TRIPLE-IMPACT COMPETITOR SCHOLARSHIPS - open to any high school junior residing anywhere in the US and playing for a high school team or in club sports. 
Information: Contact PCA's Jennie Wulbrun @ mailto: 

Student -  different scholarship programs offfered giving out more than $480,000 dollars to students in the 2017-18 school year. Students from Colorado school districts are eligible for all awards.
Applications at:
  1. Gabriel and Christine Chiu Review It Scholarship - available to student attending college in Fall 2018 with a GPA of at least 2.5. Scholarship deadline: 6/30/18


WE THE STUDENTS ESSAY CONTEST - Students write an essay sharing their prospectives on the topic of what role the government should play in monitoring internet content.
Information and sign up: 2017

Ongoing Scholarships and Awards 

Navy Reserve Officer Training Corps Scholarships
US Army Reserve Scholar Athlete Award for Juniors and Seniors - must be nominated by school
US Army Youth Certificate of Recognition for all grade levels - must by nominated by school or sponsoring youth organizations, civic and service groups or other community leaders
Alert Magazine Scholarships

                                                            Leadership Opportunities/ Pre-College Opportunities
                                    Visit Future Center for information and applications

2018 AFA CYBERCAMP - The AFA CyberCamp program is designed to excit estudents new to cybersecurity about STEM career opportunities and teach them important cyber defense skills through hands-on instruction and activities. Through  the camp, students will learn how to protect their personal devices and information from outside threats, as well as how to harden entire networks running Windows 7 and Ubuntu orerating systems. The AFA CyberCamp will cumulate in an exciting final team competition that simulates real cybesecrutiy situations faced by industry professionals and mimics AFA's CyberPatriot National Youth Cyber Defense Competition.
Camp is open to students enrolled high high school grades 9-12 as of May 1, 2018. There is a non-refundable registration fee of $25 per student. Registration is on first come- first -served basis. 
When: June 25th - June 29th
Where: Red Rocks Community College Arvada Campus
Contatct or

The 2018 Young Women’s Leadership Retreat will be held from July 26th through July 29th at Bryn Mawr College in  Philadelphia PA, home of the Declaration of Independence and the Liberty Bell.
 Hosted by the Network of Enlightened Women (NeW), this extraordinary opportunity prepares young women to be effective leaders in the cultural and political climate in college. The retreat offers two tracks: one for rising college freshmen (high school seniors) and one for current college students. Acceptance to the Leadership Retreat includes a full scholarship to attend, which covers admissions, lodging, and board. Transportation to Bryn Mawr College must be provided by the studentAll accepted freshman applicants will receive a $250 Leadership Scholarship upon completion of the retreat. If you know of any young women who would enjoy this retreat, or would be willing to share this to your network, that would be wonderful. All applications and all materials must be submitted by Friday, May 18 in order to qualify for the Leadership Scholarship. 
An application can be found  at

EQUAL HEART - A hunger relief non- profit, is hiring over 250 AmeriCorps members this summer to bring food and fun to kids!  AmeriCorps is a great opportunity for individuals to make a difference in the community and earn a cash stipend and scholarship for college.  We have opportunities for students to serve their community in Denver and Golden.
Informational flyers located in the Future Center
Applicants must be at least 17 years old and a U.S. citizen or permanent resident.  Students can submit an online application at: 

INTERN WITH THE POLIS FOR COLORADO CAMPAIGN! The campaign is looking for bright, energetic individuals who want to learn the nuts and bolts of how a campaign works and help elect the next Governor of Colorado. Polis for Colorado is a top tier campaign for one the hottest races in the country. Hours are flexible with a small requirement, and the team at Polis for Colorado is a lot of fun. No experience necessary. You will walk out the door at the end of the internship knowing how to run a local field program, as well as having made some great friends. 

The Polis for Colorado internship program is designed to be an enriching educational experience, where participants will engage in daily field activities, learn from and have access to seasoned campaign staff, and hear from a variety of political guest speakers. 

To apply for an internship with the Polis for Colorado campaign or to learn about general volunteer opportunities, apply online at, or email us at

JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT  (JA) BUSINESS WEEK - this unique program allows you to explore leadership concepts and build confidence alongside more than 120 of Denver’s most dynamic and accomplished business leaders. In addition to interactive workshops on marketing, business ethics and budgeting, the week culminates in a competition rivaled only by “Shark Tank.”
 You'll stay in the dorms on the beautiful campus of Johnson & Wales University in Denver, giving you sneak peek into college life.  JA Business Week is open to students who are currently in grades 9-12. Scholarships are available to offset the cost of the program.
Date: June 10 - June 15
Registration:  deadline: May 18, 
Scholarship application deadline: May 4

Scholarships available to attend college summer programs at schools like Yale and Stanford. This program gives high achieving, low-income juniors and early advantage in applying to top colleges.. Full scholarships to summer programs available to qualifying students.

If you have any interest in improving the lives of people around the world, here is your chance to participate in hands-on exploration of the diverse fields of engineering. You could build a digital circuit, design a timber truss, examine solutions to pressing environmental issues, or discover materials for use in emerging technologies. This is a unique opportunity for you to work one-on-one with university faculty and graduate students and to ask questions about their experiences as professionals.

ESP is for current high school juniors who will be seniors in the 2018-19 school year

ESP 2018 Dates: June 17-23

Applications will be accepted beginning in December 2017. The application deadline is March 24, 2018:


COLORADO BOYS STATE PROGRAM - The American Legion Colorado Boys State aims to simulate and emulate Colorado State government through a fun and engaging program, open to young men who have just completed their junior year of high school. This week-long program offers opportunities to build your own government from the ground up with guidance, tools and resources you need to succeed by actual elected official and business leaders. Throughout the week there will opportunities to earn several different scholarships reserved specifically for students attending the program. Two young men will also be selected for an all-expense paid trip to participate in the American Legion Boys Nation program in Washington DC. College Credits can be learned by participating. 
Complete course Description and Credit requirements and application available on website:, or call 800-477-1655

COLORADO GIRLS STATE PROGRAM -  The American Legion Auxiliary Girls State  is a unique and exciting government-in-action learning program for high school juniors. Tuition is paid by local American Legion Posts    
Information: or contact you local American Legion Auxiliary unit at- 303-367-5388

SUMMER FAB High School Architecture Program -Design-Build Program at Wentworth Institute of Technology 

Residential Workshop: July 9th to August 3rd, 2018

In this four-week summer design-build program, high school participants experience phases of an architectural project, from initial design concepts to building a full-scale construction on a site on campus. And get college credit for successfully completing the program!

Eligibility: You may apply if you are a current high-school student entering grades 10 and above (current 9th graders through current 11th graders).

Apply if you are interested in

  • working collaboratively with other students
  • designing and constructing a full-scale structure
  • creating a community-based project
  • getting college credit for doing that
  • working with college professors 
  • Application deadline has been extended to May 10th. 

Contact us at for more information.

The applications for the United States Naval Academy's Summer Seminar and Summer STEM are OPEN!

Naval Academy Summer Seminar offers an opportunity for rising high school seniors to experience the academy for one week. Participants learn about life at the Naval Academy, where academics, athletics, and professional training play equally important roles in developing our nation's future leaders at this four-year college.

2018 Sessions:

June 2-7

June 9-14

June 16-21


Summer STEM is geared toward students currently in 8th, 9th and 10th grade, the Summer STEM residential program will give attendees an opportunity to engage in hands-on math and science activities with our faculty and midshipmen. 


2018 Sessions:

June 4-9 for current 8th graders (rising 9th graders)

June 11-16 for current 9th graders (rising 10th graders)

June 18-22 for current 10th graders (rising 11th graders)


To see a list visit:

Cornell College's One Course Summer Institute is designed for highly motivated students who are ready for college-level work. Students can choose from one of our five hands-on courses (each worth three college credit hours!)

  • Theatre and Dance Performance Intensive
  • The Fiction Laboratory
  • Virtual Reality Tools & Design
  • DNA: It’s in Your Genes
  • Peak Performance: Applied Sport and Performance Psychology
By participating in the One Course Summer Institute, students can experience college life, One Course At A Time—meeting and working with faculty, learning college success strategies, and acclimating to campus social and academic life. Students who participate will also qualify for a $4,000 scholarship, should they attend Cornell College

9 Days of Immersive, College-Level Workshops - Total immersion at the intersection of art, culture, creativitiy, and commerce in Downtown Los Angeles, the hub of the world's luxury and fashion brands.
Test drive what it's like to be a student at FIDM Los Angeles
June 25-July 6, 2018
Choose your track - 
  • Business
  • Fashion
  • Visual Art & Design
Learn more and register: GO.FIDM.EDU/FIDMSUMMER

Scholarship and standard applications have just opened up for Camp Neuro Denver 2018!
Camp Cardiac & Camp Neuro, run by medical students in over 30 cities nationwide, are 1-week summer day camps for high school students interested in exploring careers in medicine.
July 23rd-27th, 2018 (Monday to Friday)
8:30am to 4:00pm (daily)
University of Colorado School of Medicine
Spots are limited and filled on a rolling, first-come, first-serve basis.  No payment is required to apply.​
Scholarship Application Deadline
Monday, April 2nd
Early Standard Deadline & Tuition
Monday, March 12th | $650*
Regular Standard Deadline & Tuition
Monday, April 23rd | $700*
*Includes daily lunch and course materials.
Students may learn more and apply by visiting

CARLETON LIBERAL ARTS EXPERIENCE (CLAE) is designed to introduce the benefits of a liberal arts education to students who have just completed their sophomore year of high school. A highly selective weeklong program allso students to take classes from Carleton professors, live on campus, and learn what it takes to be a successful college-bound student. Full scholarships are available. Students must be nominated by their school and must be  of African American descent or  students who have an interest in African American culture. After nomination from school, students will be sent an application or can apply online at
Date: July 7-14, 2018
Information or e-mail CLAE codirectors Brian Swann and Michael Massad at
The student application deadline is April 1, 2018 

Take an amazing class and earn 3 transferable college credits, enjoy exciting class trips to nearby New York City, live on campus and make new friends, choose from exciting subjects like art and design, musical thal theater, business, nursing, psychology, video gaming and more! 
Date: July 22 - August 4, 2018
Where: Garden City, Long Island, NY
Application: or 1-800-ADELPHI

Various programs offered throughout the summer of 2018. To learn more about course descriptions, costs, application requirements and to apply, visit: PRECOLLEGE.GWU.EDU 
Application details: Early application is strongly encouraged as class sizes are limit. Applications will ve reviewed on a rolling, space -available basis when all components are received. 
Application deadlines: Scholarship programs - March 1, 2018
                                           College Intensive programs - May 1, 2018
                                           Summer Immersion - May 1, 2018

                                        Jobs/ Volunteer/ Apprenticeship/Internship  Opportunities

This summer JSEL will be hiring 2 High school interns at each of our sites.

The internship runs from June 6th-July 18th and is from 8:00-12:00 Monday through Friday. Students are paid around $11.40 per hour and will receive high school credit.

Contact: Kim Ballantyne

READ Act Administrative Coordinator

Jeffco Public Schools


MADD COLORADO Youth Advocacy Intern Program -students aged 15-17  take part in a leadership program that would allow the student voice to be heard and actively utilized as MADD redevelops its Power of Youth Program,  plan events, raise awareness and continue to save lives. Students would participate in monthly committee meetings, develop event planning skills and have the opportunity to work directly with our Executive Director to learn about the legislative process. If students complete the program they will walk away with leadership skills, an understanding of the legislative process, community engagement experience and letters of recommendation for college or future employment. Information and application available in Future Center.

 JEFFCO SHOOL AGE ENRICHMENT (SAE) -  currently seeking fun, energetic individuals to work with the Before and After School Program! We have openings at elementary schools throughout the district. Hours and positions available by location.

Postitions available for young adults are:

Program Leader: M-F variable  shifts 2:30-6:00 pm - Must be 18 years old and have 480 documentable experience with 5-12 year olds.

Program Aide: M - F variable shifts 2:30 - 6:00 pm - Must be 16 years old, NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY

To apply, please visit: https://platform.teachermatch.ort/    use keyword: SACC

Contact: Joanie Ware (SAE tech) with any questions @ or 303-982-3027

City of Golden -
Jeffco Library
City of Lakewood -
American Job Center Youth Room -
Greenway Leadership Corps - focused specifically on helping teenagers find jobs and it's 100% free to use for both the students and the school. It has very useful information including work permit requirements, labor laws, jobs for teens by city/state, job ideas, jobs by age, and more. 

 US Army Outreach Program (AEOP) for all high school students interested in STEM

SCHOOL TO WORK ALLIANCE PROGRAM - (SWAP) - A collaborative initiative between the Colorado Division of Vocational Rehabilitation (DVR) and local school districtics, supported by the Colorado Department of Education, SWAP provides case management and direct services to young adults wiht disabilities. This agency provides assistance in making the transition from school to employment. 
Contact is made though student's high school case manager or counselor or call: 303-982-7014. 

Carmel Oaks Retirement Community - currently hiring for part time dining room wait staff positions. The positions are Mon - Fri, 4 pm to 8 pm shift. Duties include serving residents and guests, sanitation, food preparation, dish washing, vacuuming, etc. This position requires the ability to multi-task, being flexible with job duties, and being able to effectively communicate. Apply @ 1811 S. Harlan Circle ( next to White Fence Farm Restaurant) or call 303- 937-1010

Elwood Staffing -

Venturing Emergency Rescue Team Crew 911 - a youth run, nonprofit organization charted through the Boy Scouts of America. We are also an accredited Emergency Medical Responder (EMR) program with aspirations to continually grow and improve. We instill young people with leadership qualities and prepare them in their endeavors through the education of emergency medicine as well as volunteer opportunities in  the community. Must be at least 13 years of age and have completed the eighth grade to join. Must be at least 16 years old for EMR Colorado State registration. 
Meetings every Monday 7:00-9:00 pm @ St Anthony Hospital, Lakewood CO

Get paid to work outside with the nationally acclaimed TST program to maintain and improve natural surface trails, mitigate noxious weeds and restore natural areas. Must be 14-18 years old and live in Jefferson County
Dates: June 12-July 26
Times: Tues-Thurs, 8:00 a.m - 4:30 p.m
Pay: 10:20/hr
Information: call 303-271-5901 or www.JEFFCO>US/3327/TRAIL-STEWARDSHIP-TEAM

BELMAR SELECT OUTSOURCING -  A phamaceutical manufacturing company is looking for individuals for an entry-level Production Technician. Company will train. Information:   

Heritage Amusement Park - Summer Employment Opportunities at the amusement park and the Garden Grill - ages 15 an up. - 303-727-8437

INFUNITY EVENTS - Work entails setting up inflatable's and other rental items, running them and tearing them down. Training provided. Must be 17 or older and able to get to the work sites around the metro area. Must be reliable and enjoy working with the public. Most work is Friday -Sunday but you get to choose the days you want to work. 
Information: or Text 303-916-3131 with your name, age and contact information.

Holiday Retirement Community @ Lakewood Estates is looking for volunteers within its resident enrichment program. Contact: Ally Chard - or 303-987-3888

Holiday Retirement Community @ Lakewood Estates is hiring Servers. For employment opportunities contact: Deneen Parkinson - 303-987-3888

Colorado Sheet Metal Workers J.A.T.C Apprenticeship Opportunities

Denver/Northern Office - 1515 West 47th Avenue, Denver CO 80211

Apply Monday through Friday - 8:00 am - 11:30 am or 1:00 pm - 4:00 -pm

Contact Union Hall to schedule an appointment  @ 303-922-1213

CITY OF LAKEWOOD - VARIABLE TRAFFIC ENGINEERING SEASONAL LABORER II - Join Lakewood's Signs and Markings crew - Pay $15.00/HR 40 hrs a week Mon - Thu -* Friday's off!

This is a summer job for 18 year olds with a driver's license and good driving record. 

                                                            SUMMER STUDY OR STUDENT EXCHANGE PROGRAMS


Applicants are accepted on a first come, first serve basis. Space is limited.

Applications and information:
Girls Who Hack
Learn How to Hack
6th - 9th grade females
May 29th - June 1st
Graphic Design 
Create, Design, Innovate, & Explore
6th - 9th grade
May 29th - June 1st  
Introductory to Culinary Arts
Participate, Prepare, Eat, & Enjoy
8th - 10th grade
May 29th - June 1st or June 4th - June 7th
Urban Vegetable Farming Internship
Growing Urban Vegetables
11th and 12th grade
Monday - Friday, times may vary
Women Build Games
Tripod of Games, Art, Programming, & Storytelling
8th grade females
May 29th - June 1st
Women In Metals (WIM)
Working with Metals
8th grade females
May 29th - June 1st

 STANFORD UNIVERSITY PRE- COLLEGIATE STUDIES  For students in grades 7 - 12 - Limited financial aid is available

 Information and Application:

SUMMERFUEL FOCUS ON SUMMER  - information:  SUMMERFUEL.COM or 212-796-8340 

Summer 2018 destinations- 

Pre-College Campus Experience

  • Oxford University
  • UC-Berkeley
  • Tufts University
Social Enterprise
  • Stanford University
  • Georgetown University
  • Columbia University
Cultural Exploration
  • Spain
  • France
  • Costa Rica


Rising Star - a five week summer program offering current juniors immersion into a creative environment in which they can expand their their portfolios and gain summer college experience. Student enroll in tow SCAD  Courses, which will reward college credit. Locations include: Atlanta, Hong Kong, Savannah and eLearning. Dates : 6/24 - 7/27 except for Savannah location which is 6/17-7/20

SCAD also offers Summer Seminar workshops throughout the summer for high school students who have completed their freshman, sophomore or junior years. 

Information and registration:


Students must apply and be admitted to UA Early College as well as successfully pass the UAEC 200: College Readiness Cours in order to apply for Summer on Campus. Details:

 2018  Oxbridge Academic Programs in France, New York, Scotland, Los Angeles, Boston, and Spain -  open to students aged 13 - 18 - Text OXBRIDGE and your name and mailing address to 57682 to receive the 2017 catalog. or email at 


High School Summer Scholars Program - This is a college credit program with tuition 
Session A - 6/10 - 7/14, Session B - 7/15-8/17, Session C - 6/10 - 8/4
High School Summer Institutes- This is a noncredit tuition program
Pre Med institute: 6/10-29 or 7/15- 8/3
Pre Engineering Institute - 6/10-29, or 7/15-8/3
Creative Writing Institute: 7/1-7/13
Humanities Institute: 7/1-7/13
Environmental Studies Institute: 7/1-7/13
Philosophy, Neuroscience, and Psychology Institute: 7/1-7/13
Young Leaders Institute: 8/5-8/11 

UNIVERSITY OF NORTHERN COLORADO 60th ANNUAL FRONTIERS OF SCIENCE INSTITUTE -   Open to Colorado residents currently in their sophomore or junior year (10th or 11th grade). This is a 6 week STEM curriculum and students can earn college credit and a chance for a scholarship to UNC. There is a fee to attend but partial scholarships  are available for attendance in institute.
Dates: June 17 - July 28, 2018
Application Deadlines: Priority - 3/12/18, Extended - 5/7/2018 


We offer programs across a wide variety of disciplines including arts, humanities, science, and math, giving highly motivated students the opportunity to investigate advanced topics not typically taught in secondary schools. Participants engage in small classes with brilliant instructors and peers who share their passions.

Deadlines for our summer programs are in February, with some early round deadlines in January. Admission is selective. Limited financial aid is available.

  • Stanford Summer Arts Institute students in grades 9–11 come together for a three-week intensive interdisciplinary arts program offering academically rigorous, hands-on courses in art, visual design, and music.
  • Stanford Summer Humanities Institute students in grades 10 and 11 explore the big questions at the heart of the humanities in seminars led by distinguished Stanford professors during this three-week residential program.
  • Stanford Pre-Collegiate Summer Institutes allows students in grades 8–11 to engage in single-subject intensive study selected from a wide range of disciplines, and benefit from small class size and academically themed residences.
  • Stanford AI4ALL, formerly SAILORS, invites young women in grade 9 to apply to this three-week residential summer program. Participants learn about topics in AI, partake in ongoing research at Stanford, and receive mentorship from professors, graduate students, and industry professionals.
  • Stanford University Mathematics Camp (SUMaC) students participate in a highly-selective program centered around lectures, guided research, and group problem solving in advanced math topics. This four-week program is intended for an elite group of talented students in grades 10 and 11.
  • Stanford Pre-Collegiate University-Level Online Math and Physics offers 13 courses throughout the year, including a summer term for high school students, grades 9–12. Students earn Stanford University Continuing Studies credit.
Learn more about Stanford Pre-Collegiate Studies programs here:

CORNELL COLLEGE (IOWA) ONE COURSE SUMMER INSTITUTE -  High school sophomores, juniors or seniors can get a jump-start on earning college credits at Cornell College. Students who complete the institute will receive a $4,000 scholarship to attend Cornell College as a full time student ($1,000/yr for 4 years.)
Dates: June 13 - 29, 2018

BARNARD COLLEGE PRE-COLLEGE PROGRAMS - Providing a wonderful opportunity for students to enjoy a pre-college experience and college preparation while exploring New York City. These programs are for current 10th and 11th grade girls. 
Summer 2018 programs:
  • Summer in the City  - a 4-week program with an array of subjects including writing, literature, science, art, theatre, film studies, psychology, architecture, religion, political science and more.
  • LIberal Arts Intensive - one week of intensive study in a subject chosen from a broad spectrum of classes
  • Young Womens leadership institute - 9- day intensive and interactive residential program that focuses on leadership and gender studies
  • Dance in the City - 11-day residential intensive including dance performances across the City, technique classes, and dance-related academics.
  • Athena Summer Innovation Institute - immersive residential 10-day program for young women who would like to learn from dynamic entrepreneurs about successfully creating and marketing their own startups and creating innovative social change. 
Information and application including dates and fees:

BOSTON UNIVERSITY SUMMER TERM - Pre-College programs provide student with rigorous and collaborative college life experiences. 
  • High School Honors - 6-week program in which students take Boston University undrgraduate courses and earn up to 8 transferable college credits. Students must be entering their junior or senior year of high school in Fall 2018
  • Rise Internship/Practicum - 6-week non-credit scientific research program. Students must be high school seniors in Fall 2018
  • Academic Immersion (AIM) -three-week non-credit program for students to focus intensively on a single academic topic while enjoying and experiencing life on a college campus. The two AIM tracks offered are- Introduction to Experimental Psychology and Introduction to Medicine. Students must be high school juniors or seniors in Fall 2018
  • Summer Challenge - two-week experience of life on a college campus. Students must be sophomore, junior or seniors in Fall 2018
  • Summer Preview - one-week, non-credit program in which students explore one subject of interest while previewing the college experience. Students must be entering their freshman or sophomore year of high school in Fall 2018
Information and application: or 616-353-1378 or email at

BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY - BYU DESIGN WEEK - Do you love to draw and create? Thrive on seeing the world in new ways? This exciting, one-week overnight camp is for yourh ages 15 to 18 who love creating and being around other creatives too. All three design tracks with a blend of illustration, graphic design, and photography. 
Date: June 18-23, 2018
Information and registration:

Oberlin Vocal Academy - June 15-24
Sonic Arts Workshop - June 17-23
Baroque Performance Institute - June 17 - July 1 open to all ages
Oberlin Trumpet Workshop - June 21-July 1
Oberlin Flute Academy - June 23-27
Academy for HIgh School Organists - June 24- 30
Milt Hinton Institute for Studio Bass - July 7 - 14 open to ages 13  through college
The Thomas & Evon Cooper International Competition - July 12-21 - open to pianists ages 13 - 18
Oberlin Piano Festival - July 19-27