Programs and Opportunities
Olimpico Learning will have 20 openings for college and high school students. Start and end dates will be finalized next month. It would be good for Freshmen and Sophomores who would like to explore teaching and/or STEAM to come and meet me in the Tutorial Center. They also need to submit their resume directly to me via email@example.com. Flyers attached.
Summer program highlight:
Supercharge Your Summer: Use Summer to Boost Your Path
MLK Library, San Jose, Saturday 11/10 from 10:00am-12:00pm
Join us for our workshop, where we will discuss how to make the most out of ANY summer experience! We'll walk through how to identify the best summer opportunities based on your individual profile and what admissions officers are looking for in students' summer experiences. Parents, students, and educators welcome!
Register at: https://superchargeyoursummersanjose.eventbrite.com
Storytelling & Your HS Path: Standing Out in College Admissions
Los Altos Library, Los Altos, Saturday 11/17 from 10:00am-12:00pm
Join us in this session to learn how to craft your high school journey, make your experiences shine, particularly when it comes to choosing your high school path and how that translates into college application.
Register at: https://storytellinglosaltos.eventbrite.com
National College Resources Foundation (NCRF) is hosting their 16th Annual Oakland Black College Expo that will be taking place on February 9th. 2019. This expo offers students the opportunity to apply to colleges ranging from HBCUs, PWIs and Military schools. Students get accepted to colleges on the spot; application fees are waived, also scholarships are given away on the spot! We give away (10) ten scholarships at each expo. Students can apply for the scholarships at www.thecollegeexpo.org
Students must be present to win.
Gilead Sciences, Inc. is hosting an event to expose high school students to potential careers in the STEM area at their Foster City campus on Wednesday, November 7, 2018! Participation is free and lunch will be provided. For additional information, please see the event pamphlet, registration/authorization forms, and ‘day of event’ details.
HSHacks brings hundreds of students together each year to build projects of all kinds. The purpose of HSHacks is to encourage attendees to take the first step in changing the world by building impactful software. Created and organized solely by students, HSHacks aims at providing an environment of learning and exploring in the computer science field, regardless of prior programming experience and background. HSHacks IV is a project of Hack+, a 501(c)3, in which all funds and resources will be invested in the venue, food, apparel and everything else that is needed to improve the hackers’ experience.
Find out more at hshacks.com and sign up on their website.
KMVT15 offers an after school program for high school students where students can make their own shows. They are looking for students who want a career in TV or movies. See the flyer for more details.
CIEE (Council on International Educational Exchange) offers an extensive $5.7m Scholarship Fund for students interested in their study abroad program.
Any student in the country can apply for a summer study abroad scholarship and the priority scholarship deadline is November 30, 2018 (scholarships are merit + need based ranging from 10% - 100%).
The Sejong Korean Scholars Program (SKSP) is an online course for high school students sponsored by the Stanford Program on International and Cross-Cultural Education. The SKSP annually selects 15–20 exceptional high school students from throughout the United States in an intensive study of Korea. Selected students participate in the online course on Korea from March to May of each year.
Deadline to apply: China Scholars Program - Application due October 15th
Sejong Korean Scholars Program accepting applications due October 5th
Girl Code @Stanford, is a summer program for rising high school seniors in the San Francisco Bay Area. Over the course of two weeks, students will get to experience computer science firsthand through an introduction to computer programming, tours of local tech companies and research labs, and visits from leading academics and industry professionals. Thanks to the generosity of an anonymous donor, the program is available completely free-of-charge to all students.
They firmly believe that everyone, regardless of background, can thrive as a computer scientist. They start off each summer assuming absolutely no prior programming experience, and by the time the program is done, students are routinely creating their own games and custom animations as final projects.
They are currently soliciting nominations for students to attend this year's offering of Girl Code. They are looking for current high-school juniors with strong math and science skills, but with no prior programming experience. They will be giving preference to students from those groups who are the most underrepresented in information technology: women, African Americans, Latinas/Latinos, and Native Americans.
Deadline to apply: TBA