Leadership opportunities/ Pre-college/ Gap year
Leadership Opportunities/ Pre-College Opportunities/Gap Year Opportunities
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Spend your first semester of college traveling the world.
Through Verto you can take a semester (or year) to figure out who you are and see the world while earning general education credits. When you are accepted into Verto, you are simultaneously accepted into at least one of Verto’s partner schools with a guaranteed slot for admission in the following spring or fall. That way you don’t have to worry about applying to college or transferring credits when you get back.
Even better, Verto was designed to give students the opportunity to see new countries while graduating in four years at the same cost, if not less, than your typical semester of college. We’ve designed a program where traveling actually saves you money.
No application fee, college admission within weeks, freshman year abroad, guaranteed scholarship
With Verto, get a:
- Faster college admissions answer (for free)
- More affordable freshman year
- Semester or year abroad with full credit
Enrollment into the Verto Global Scholars Program before November 15 results in an automatic $1,000 scholarship toward their degree. Students can confirm their eligibility by applying today.
GIRLS INC. OF METRO DENVER
High School Programs for girls in 9th - 12th grade. Girls Inc. inspires all girls to be strong, smart, and bold through life-changing programs and experiences that help girls navigate gendr, economic, and social barriers. Programs are research-based and delivered by trained, mentoring professionals in a positive all-girl environment. Girls Inc. also offers scholarships.
Further information contacts:
Robin Jackson Manager of HIgh School & College Programs - email@example.com or call 303-893-4363 x 124
Isabel Cruz (habla espanol) Community Educator - firstname.lastname@example.org or call 303-893-4363 x 119
Marlene Rodriquez Communtiy Educator -email@example.com or call 303-893-4363 x 116
Heidi Vielhaber Manager of Volunteer Programs firstname.lastname@example.org or call 303 893-4363 x 104
JJ Dearmore Manager of Social Enterprise Bold Beans email@example.com or call 303 893-4363 x 117
BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA CAREER EXPLORING POSTS- Open to youth ages 14-20
Engineering, Fire Science, Dental,EMS, Rescue, Law Enforcement, Aero Space, Zoo, Girls in Stem, Astronomical Studies, Animial Science, Media, Beauty, Students with disabilities.
QUESTBRIDGE COLLEGE PREP SCHOLARS PROGRAM FOR JUNIORS
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.
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.
Complete course Description and Credit requirements and application available on website: www.colegionboysstate.org, or call 800-477-1655 or 303-366-5201
All Expense Paid week provided by the American Legion
When: June1-7, 2019
Where: University of Colorado, Colorado Springs Campus
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: www.ALAforVeterans.org or contact you local American Legion Auxiliary unit at- 303-367-5388
BYU YOUTH PROGRAMS - CAMPS AND PROGRAMS THAT CHANGE LIVES - EDUCATIONAL- SPIRITUAL-ARTS-LEADERSHIP
To see a list visit: youthprograms.byu.edu