Deadline 03/31/2019 Marine Summer Leadership and Character Development Academy:
This year, the Marine Corps will be selecting high school sophomores and juniors to attend a Summer Leadership and Character Development Academy at Marine Corps Base Quantico, Virginia from July 15-20. The program provides an all-expenses paid, weeklong experience where students will work with Marines to strengthen their confidence and leadership skills. Click here to apply: https://slcda.marines.com/
Camp Cardiac, run by local medical students in over 30 cities nationwide, serve as an ideal introduction for any high school student interested in exploring a career in medicine.
With a focus on both education and real world experience, Camp Cardiac provides students with a unique opportunity to learn directly from experts in the medical field. In addition, this 1-week summer day camp provides a foundation for heart healthy living with an emphasis on both diet and exercise. Although Camp Cardiac's primary focus is on care and maintenance of the heart, it provides an excellent starting point for careers in all fields of medicine.
June 10th-14th, 2019 (Monday to Friday) 8:30am to 4:00pm (daily) UNM School of Medicine
Open to all high school students (including Spring/Summer 2019 graduates) 15-18 years of age as of first day of assigned session and currently residing in the US.
Spots are limited and filled on a rolling, first-come, first-serve basis.
No payment is required to apply.
Scholarship Application Deadline
Monday, April 15th
Standard Application Deadline & Tuition
Friday, May 10th | $575*
*Includes daily lunch and course materials.
HS Summer Programs
DEADLINE: Friday, May 25, 2018
The annual New Mexico Press Association Foundation High School Journalism Workshop will be held June 2-5 at the University of New Mexico.
Rising juniors and seniors from New Mexico high schools are invited to attend. As in past years, the workshop will have the students spend the three days creating their own newspaper – both in print and digital formats. In the past, the workshop focused mainly on the print product, but this year multimedia stories will be added to the mix.
Cost for the workshop is $150 with scholarships available for those students who can’t afford to pay.
News professionals from throughout the state will be on hand to guide the creation of “The Future Press” as well as provide classroom instruction and meaningful lectures. The Foundation is encouraging local newspapers to touch base with their communities to get the word out and recruit students who might be interested in attending.
More information on the workshop is available online at www.nmpress.org.