Internship Program - Nicole Brown Coordinator - 240.740.3766

Nicole.B.Brown@mcpsmd.net

Urban Alliance is BACK with Springbrook for year 2! Come and hear about their PAID internship program.

https://www.tfaforms.com/4664265 Use this link to apply by June 1. Information session rescheduled to April 3.

https://theurbanalliance.org/our-programs/high-school-internship/


Summer Programs

Adelphi University

Pre-College Summer Programs for High School Students

Business, Computer Game Design, Health, Music, Robotics, Psychology, Science and Writing

More information at 516-877-3410 or precollege.adelphi.edu

Boston University

Summer Term High School Programs for High School Students

Four Programs Available: High School Honors, Research Internship in Science & Engineering, Summer Challenge Seminars and Summer Preview Seminars; Areas of Study include: Biology, Business, History, Law, Photography, and Writing

More information at 617-353-1378 or www.bu.edu/summer/high-school-programs/

Boston University

Summer Investigative Journalism Workshop

Hands-on experience in investigative reporting while developing critical thinking and writing skills

More information at studentprograms.necir.org


Broadreach College

Summer Field-Study Programs for High School Students

College credits available: Marine Science, Animal Science, medicine, Language, Photography, STEM

More information at www.broadreachcollege.com


Bucknell University

Bucknell Acadmy Summer Experience for Rising Juniors and Seniors

Innovative Problem Solving in Engineering, Collaboration and Presentation Skills

More iniformation at 570-577-3000 or bucknell.edu/BASE


California College of the Arts

Pre-College Summer Programs for High School Students

College Credit Courses in Animation, Architecture, Drawing, Film, Graphic Design, Illustration, Photography, and Sculpture

More information at 1-800-447-1ART or www.cca.edu/precollege

Carleton College

Carleton Liberal Arts Experience for High School Students

Take classes from Carleton professors, live on campus and learn how to be a successful student

More information at go.carleton.edu/clae


Carnegie Mellon University

Summer Pre-College Programs for Rising High School Juniors and Seniors

Fine Arts, Architecture, Art & Design, Drama, Music and National High School Game Academy

More information at 412-268-2082 or admission.enrollment.cmu.edu/pages/pre-college

The Catholic University of America

Summer on Stage High School Institute for Rising Junior and Seniors

Drama and Musical Theatre Programs

More information at 202-319-5358 or drama.cua.edu/summer

Christendom College

Summer Programs for Rising High School Seniors

History, Theology, Philosophy, and English Literature

More information at 1-800-877-5456 x.1292 or www.christendom.edu/experience

College of William and Mary

Pre-Collegiate Summer Programs for Rising Junior and Senior High School Students

College Credit Courses in Early American History, including the American Revolution and Civil War

More information at 757-221-7652 or www.wm.edu/niahd

Cornell University

Summer Sessions for High School Students

Art and Design, Business, College Success, Engineering, Environmental Studies, History and Politics, Hotel Management, Law and Government, Medicine, Psychology, Science, and Veterinary Medicine

More Information at 607-255-6203 or www.sce.cornell.edu/sc

University of Dayton

Summer Sessions for Rising High School Juniors and Seniors

Entrepreneurship 101 and Summer Sustainability: Food Systems

More information at go.udayton.edu/entrepreneurship101


University of Delaware

Edge Summer College Program for Rising High School Juniors and Seniors

Many courses available; Emphasizes academic excellence, practical skill building and student leadership.

More information at www.udel.edu/edge


Denison University

Reynolds Young Writers Workshop

Small, intimate writing workshops focusing on poetry, fiction and nonfiction

More infromation at reynolds.denison.edu


Drexel University

Environmental Science Leadership Academy for Rising High School Juniors and Seniors

Marsh Ecology, Botany, Ecology of Local Insects, Fish Identifications, Water Quality Monitoring and Beach Ecology

More information at 215-571-4639 or www.drexel.edu/bees/summerscience

Drexel University

Summer Institutes Pre-College Programs

Arts and Sciences, Biomedical Engineering, Business, Law, Media Arts & Design, Medicine and Health Professions

More information at 215-895-2000 or www.drexel.edu/summer

Duke University

Summer College for High School Students to Earn Academic Credit

Summer Academy for High School Students for Personal Enrichment with a Global Perspective

Courses in Biology, Economics, English, Linguistics, Philosophy, and Psychology

More information at 919-684-6259 or learnmore.Duke.edu/youth2018/

The Experiment in International Living

Extraordinary Summer Programs for High School Students

International education in countries around the world. Three, four and five week programs available in Europe, Latin America, Africa and Asia. Students have the opportunity to focus on an aspect of the host culture and become active participants in the communities they join.

More information at 1-800-345-2929 or www.experimentinternational.org

Furman University

Summer Scholars Program for Rising High School Seniors

Courses available in Graphic Design, Marketing, Business, Developmental Science and Pre-Health

More information at furman.edu/summerscholars

The George Washington University

Pre-College Summer Program for High School Students

Credit and Non-Credit Courses available including: Business, Crime and Justice, Photojournalism, Robotics, Biomedical Engineering, Sociology, and U.S. Foreign Policy

More information at 202-994-6360 or precollege.gwu.edu

Gettysburg College

Summer Programs for High School Students

Courses available in Psychology, American Government, Creative Writing and Information Technology

More information at http://www.gettysburg.edu/about/offices/fa/conferences/summer-camps.dot


Global Works Travel with Purpose

International Travel for High School Students and Summer Service Adventures

Many opportunities in different countries throughout the summer including, Argentina, China, France, Nepal, Spain and South Africa. Broaden world views and improve language skills.

More information at 303-545-2202 or www.globalworkstravel.com

Ithaca College

Residential Pre-College Programs for High School Students

Credit and Non-Credit Courses in Sports Media, Photography, Psychology, and Health Sciences

Writing Workshops also Available

More information at ithaca.edu/summercollege


Johns Hopkins University

Pre-College Summer Programs for High School Students

Many courses available: Anthropology, Art, Biology, Engineering, English, Neuroscience, Psychology

More information at www.JHU.edu/Summer


Kids on Campus

Summer Enrichment Classes for High School Students at Howard Community College

College Prep and Advanced Writing Skills, JavaScript, Writing College Essays, Vocabulary Practice and SAT Preparation

More information at 443-518-4110 or www.howardcc.edu/kidsoncampus

Landmark College

Serving students with language-based learning disabilites (including dyslexia), ADHD,

autism spectrum disorder (ASD), and gifted LD.

Summer Program for Rising Juniors and Seniors

Writing Classes, Learning Strategies Seminar and Academic Strategies

More information at landmark.edu/summer


Marist College

Summer Pre-College Program for Rising High School Juniors and Seniors

Programs in Business, Film and TV Productions, Criminal Justice, Fashion Design, Pre-Law and Psychology

More information at www.marist.edu/precollege/apply.html


Marlboro College

Pre-College Summer Programs for High School Students

Courses available in Philosophy, Chemistry, Speech, Theater and Ecology

More information at marlboro.edu/summer

Maryland Institute College of Art

Pre-College Summer Studio Residency Programs for High School Students

Residency Programs offered in Baltimore and Tuscany

Credit Courses in Architecture, Gaming and Animation, Drawing, Graphic Design, Photography, Sculpture, and Video

More information at 410-669-9200 or www.mica.edu/precollege

University of Maryland College Park

Young Scholars Program for High School Students

Credit Courses available, including, Architecture, Computer Science, Politics, Public Speaking, Journalism, Law, Creative Writing, Forensic Science, and Engineering

More information at www.ysp.umd.edu

MIT Office of Engineering Outreach Programs

Summer Programs for Rising Seniors

Offering classes in Engineering, Science and Technology

More information at summerapp.mit.edu

Miami University of Ohio

Summer Scholars Program for Rising High School Juniors and Seniors

Structured workshops on Leadership and Essay skills

More information at miamioh.edu/summerscholars


University of Notre Dame

Summer Pre-College Programs for Rising Juniors and Seniors

Summer Scholars, Leadership Seminars and Study Abroad Programs Available

More information at 574-631-0990 or precollege.nd.edu/summer-scholars/

University of Notre Dame

Pre-College Study Abroad Programs for Rising High School Seniors

Study abroad opportunities in Ireland and Rome focusing on Art History, Architecture, Anthropology, and Political History

More information at precollege.nd.edu/study-abroad/

Oxbridge Academic Programs for High School Students

Summer Study Programs in New York, Los Angeles, Oxford & Cambridge, France & Spain

Range of Courses in Art, Humanities, Sciences, Social Sciences, Production and Language

More information at 1-800-828-8349 or www.oxbridgeprograms.com

Phillips Exeter Academy

Summer School for High School Students

Over 100 Course Offerings in Multiple Disciplines; Additional Programs in Leadership and Performing Arts

More information at 1-800-828-4325 or www.exeter.edu/summer

Pratt Institute

Pre-College Summer Programs for High School Students

Credit courses in Architecture, Creative Writing, Graphic Design, Illustration, Media Arts/video, Photography, and Sculpture

More information at 718-636-3453 or www.pratt.edu/precollege

University of Rochester

Pre-College Off-Campus and Abroad Programs for High School Students

Study abroad in Malawi and Somoa researching courses in Anthropology, Economics, Public Health, Ecology, Environmental Studies and International Development

More information at 888-822-2256 or enrollment.rochester.edu/precollege


Rutgers University

Pre-Engineering Summer Academy for High School Students

Introduction to a variety of engineering areas including: Aerospace, biomedical, Civil, Computer, Electrical, Forensic, and Mechanical

More information at summer.rutgers.edu/preengineering

Saint John’s College

The Summer Academy for Rising Junior and Senior High School Students

Locations in Annapolis, Maryland and Sante Fe, New Mexico

Language, Mathematics, Music, Justice and Law

Contact the Annapolis campus at 410-626-2522, the Sante Fe campus at 505-984-6081 or www.sjc.edu/summeracademy

University of Southern California

Summer Programs for High School Students

Architecture, Business, English, Global Studies, Performing Arts, Pre-Health, Pre-Law and Writing

More informaiton at summer.usc.edu


University of Southern California

USC Board Scholars for Rising High School Seniors

Explore and connect your academic interests and career passions.

More information at scholars.usc.edu


Spoleto Study Abroad 2018

Summer Program for High School Students in Spoleto, Italy

Creative Writing, Visual Arts, Drama, Vocal Music, Photography, Instrumental Music and Filmmaking

More information at 843-822-1248 or www.spoletostudyabroad.com

Stanford University

Summer College for Rising Sophomore, Junior and Senior High School Students

Eight-week college experience, earn college credits and choose from more than 125 courses offered, including, Art, Biology, Economics, History, Music, Psychology and Theater Studies

More information at spcs.stanford.edu/find-yourself

Summer Discovery & Discovery Internships

Top Internships for High School Students

Offers students real work experience in an industry that aligns with each student's goals, skills and interests.

Available in 5 amazing cities across the country. Courses include: Finanace, Entrepreneurship, Psychology, Film/Televison and Journalism

More information at 516-621-3939 or www.summerdiscovery.com


Summer Institute for the Gifted Student

Residential Programs for High School Students

Explore new interest areas along with cultural, social and recreational activities

More information at 1-866-303-4744 or giftedstudy.org/teachers

Summer Study Programs

Pre-College and Language Programs for High School Students

Four Campus Locations: Penn State University, University of Colorado at Boulder, Fordham University and The Sorbonne in Paris, France

Courses available in Criminal Justice, Business, Health, Education, Law, Culinary Arts, Film and Environmental Science

More information at 800-666-2556 or http://www.summerstudy.com

Susquehanna University

Leadership Institute for Entrepreneurship for Rising Sophomore, Junior and Senior Students

Hands-on introduction to the decision-making components of entrepreneurship.

More information at 570-372-4354 or www.susqu.edu/life

Syracuse University

Summer College for Rising Junior and Senior High School Students

Credit and Non-Credit Courses in Architecture, Engineering, Acting, Law, Public Communications, Art and Design

More information at 315-443-5000 or summercollege.syr.edu

The University of Texas at Austin

Summer Discovery and Discovery Internships

Law, Sports Medicine, Criminal Justice and Psychology

More information at 516-621-3939 or www.summerdiscovery.com/u-texas-austin

Tufts University

Summer Enrichment for High School Students

Discover the French Alps at the Tufts European Center. Live with local French families and experience French life.

More information at 617-627-3290 or ase.tufts.edu/europeancenter

Tufts University Summer Study Programs for Rising Juniors and Seniors

Writing Programs, Foundations of Law & Ethics, and Health Science Courses

More information at 617-627-2000 or go.tufts.edu/summer

University of Virginia

Summer College Experience for Talented High School Students

Program components include classes, workshops and residential and social activities

More information at summer.virginia.edu/uva-advance


Wagner College

Summer Pre-College Programs for High School Students

Course in Pre-Medical/Healthcare Studies, Microbiology, Filmmaking, History, English, and Art

More information at wagner.edu/pre-college

Wagner College

Summer Musical Theatre Institute

Professional training in acting, dance, voice and improvisation

Applicants must submit video audition and application.

More information at www.wagner.edu/smti


Washington College

Cherry Tree Young Writer's Conference for High School Students

Workshops in Poetry, Fiction and Creative Nonfiction

More information at washcoll.edu/ywc


Washington University in Saint Louis

Summer Experiences for High School Students

Credit and Non-Credit courses in Pre-Medicine, Writing, Global Leadership, Pre-Engineering, and Business

More information at 314-935-6834 or summerexperiences.wustl.edu

Worcester Polytechnic Institute

Pre-College Experience for Rising High School Juniors and Seniors

Explore STEM topics and humanities

More information at wpi.edu/+summer



If snow on March 21, the Urban Alliance Information session is moved to Tuesday, April 3.


JHU ASPIRE

Academic-Year Session (September–May)

  • Students must begin the program no later than October 1.
  • Students must commit to spending a minimum of 5 hours a week on site at APL.
  • Students must complete an abstract and presentation before the session concludes.
  • Students must receive credit or formal recognition from their school for the program.

Students applying to the academic session are strongly encouraged to review their extracurricular schedule and determine whether they have the appropriate time available to participate in the ASPIRE program. Students should remember to consider travel times to APL and back. We ask that the ASPIRE program be a priority.

Session Timeline:

April 15

Applications open.

June 1

Applications close.

June 1 – September 1

Mentors review applications, interview students, and extend an invitation to the program.

September 1–30

Orientations are held for accepted students. Matching and placements continue through September.

September 15 – October 1

ASPIRE students start program.


http://www.jhuapl.edu/STEM/Students/ASPIRE