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Discover Nursing The College of Nursing at Villanova University will be offering a DISCOVER NURSING program to qualified high school JUNIORS. The program will be offered on Friday, March 30, 2012 from 9:00am to 3:00pm at Villanova’s College of Nursing, Driscoll Hall. High Schools are only able to nominate two students.   If you are interested, please see Ms. Doss ASAP  
Temple University’s Upward Bound and Math Science Upward Bound Programs  Temple University’s Upward Bound and Math Science Upward Bound Programs are currently accepting applications from high school freshmen. The purpose of Upward Bound is to increase student enrollment in post secondary education and to assist students in the pursuit of careers in Math, Science & Technology. Interested students are invited to attend an Open House on Wednesday, February 1, 2012 from 9:30am to 12:00pm in Walk Auditorium.   Please contact Ms. Simmons at (215) 204-3636 or e-mail upwardbound@temple.edu  
2012 College-Based Summer Programs Summer program guide for students. The guide was created by University of Pennsylvania Upward Bound and Philadelphia Academies.  Varies 2012 College-Based Summer Programs 
“Summer in the City” WorkReady High School Internship Program eight-week paid internship program for Philadelphia High School Students. The weekly hourly commitment is 20 hours. . The application for the program will be available online sometime in late March/early April.  For more information please contact the internship hotline at: 215-686-2138 or mip@phila.gov Summer in the City 
NYC Fashion Summer Camp Banson NYC is offering 2 NYC Fashion Summer Camps for high school students. Each week-long session will teach students the fundamentals of the fashion industry. The program costs are from $1699.00 - $1875.00 per student.  (917) 328-1469 Banson NYC 
Intro to Improvisation University of the Arts is offering a pre-college Saturday School INTRO TO IMPROVISATION (Feb. 11th – Apr. 21st). This is an intensive ten-week program open to high school students of all backgrounds and skill levels, focusing on long form improv and scene development. Tuition is $395 and limited scholarships are available.  (215) 717-6430  Intro to Improv 
ZOO CREW PHILADELPHIA ZOO (ZOO CREW) is accepting applications for its 3-year long long Zoo Champions for Restoring Wildlife program. The program actively engages students in tangible work to help save endangered animal species. April 15, 2012 Applications are available in the Counseling Dept. Please see Ms. Doss. Please keep in mind that Zoo CREW is a very competitive program, and only 18 students are accepted each year. Early applicants have a better chance of acceptance into the program. A new Zoo CREW class is recruited each spring; so it is best to apply January - April, although applications will continue to be accepted until April 15th. Zoo Crew 
Harvard University Secondary Summer School  You enroll in Harvard courses, studying alongside college and adult students at Harvard Summer School. Explore subjects not available at your high school and earn college credit. You learn from distinguished faculty and use the largest university library system in the world. There is a cost associated with the program. January 3, 2012  Harvard Summer School 2012 
Annual Latino Student Leadership Conference  West Chester University (WCU), (Office of Multicultural Affair) is hosting its 20th Annual Latino Student Leadership Conference on Saturday, April 28th, 2012 from 9:30am to 5pm. The event will be held in the Sykes Student Union Building at WCU.  April 28, 2012 See Ms. Doss  
Pre-College Program This program offers more than thirty undergraduate courses in exciting disciplines taught by Penn faculty, staff, and visiting scholars. Successful completion of courses will result in official academic credits and a Penn transcript.  June 1, 2012  Pre-college program 
Summer science and engineering program for high school girls The Smith Summer Science and Engineering Program (SSEP) is a four-week residential program for exceptional young women with strong interests in science, engineering and medicine. May 1, 2012  SSEP 
Julian Krinsky Camps & Programs JKCP offers an innovative lineup of programs that include instruction by professionals in tennis, golf, business leadership, medicine, science, computers, fitness, cooking, the performing arts, law, community service, international relations, journalism, architecture and more.   JKCP 
Student Career Experience Program (SCEP)  You'll apply theories and work on projects that give real-life meaning to your classroom instruction. You'll have the choice to work full- or part-time. And you'll earn a paycheck as you serve your nation.   SCEP 
Student Temporary Employment Program (STEP) You'll get that rare chance to work part-time when school is in session and full-time during vacation, with many opportunities in office or administrative support fields. Now here's the best news: you'll be paid at regular Government salary rates in line with your assigned duties. Plus, you'll gain valuable experience while serving your nation.   STEP 
Summer Music Technology program The Summer Music Technology (SMT) program at Drexel is an innovative educational experience for high school students. The goal of SMT is to introduce students to the technology of digital music to reveal the influence and importance of engineering, science, and mathematics in music performance, recording, and listening. April 2, 2012  SMT 
Mini-Med Summer Camp This one-of-a-kind experience can open the door to enlighten you about a future career in medicine.  March 1, 2012  Mini-Med 
WHYY Film Academy Join our award-winning staff for an exciting opportunity to learn all aspects of movie production with other young filmmakers. Learn to script, shoot, act and edit movies as you create your own short film from script to screen, over three fun-filled weeks. If you have the desire to tell a story or have an interest in filmmaking, this is an excellent chance to express your ideas and use professional equipment! For students currently in 9th-12th grades. There is a fee involved but there are some scholarships available at http://www.whyy.org/hamiltoncommons/pdf/filmcampscholarship.pdf    www.whyy.org/camps 
WHYY Young Journalists Summer Camp This award-winning, hands-on camp gives you the opportunity to use WHYY production equipment to develop and produce news stories based on your interests while under the tutelage of experienced media instructors. Facilitated by the staff of WHYY's Dorrance H. Hamilton Public Media Commons, the two-week intensive camp features lectures and training sessions from the renowned staff of WHYY's news department. For students currently in 9th-12th grades. There is a fee involved but scholarships available at http://www.whyy.org/hamiltoncommons/pdf/journalistcampscholarship.pdf   http://www.whyy.org/hamiltoncommons/camps.html 
Ann Power & Vital Voices Leadership Forum An initiative to provide leadership training to girls, empowering them to become the next generation of global trailblazers. Become a leader that will affect CHANGE and raise awareness in YOUR community. The 50 ANNpower Fellows selected to attend the ANNpower Vital Voices Leadership Forum will receive a special 20% off discount card, which can be used at anytime for two years at any Ann Taylor, LOFT, Ann Taylor Factory, and LOFT Outlet. Due March 31, 2012 by 5pm March 31, 2012  http://www.vitalvoices.org/annpower 
University of Pennsylvania Let's Get Ready Let's Get Ready is a national non-profit organization that provides local low-income and first generation college bound high school students with FREE SAT prep and college guidance.    Let's Get Ready 
WHYY Youth Programs WHYY's Youth Programs offer hands-on production training for teens. After-school programs teach 10th-12th graders to produce short documentaries, create original radio stories and operate the equipment in the Lincoln Financial Digital Education Studio.  Craig Santoro at 215-351-3318 WHYY Youth Programs 
College and Scholarship Application Workshop Get help from college students on your applications and find out about scholarships. Where: Temple University-Tuttleman Learning Center at 13th and Montgomery Avenue. When: 9:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. September 22nd, Novemeber 17th, March 23rd, and May 11th.   Philly Goes 2 College 
Bank of America Student Leaders Program An 8-week paid internship at a local non-profit organization, an all expense paid trip to Washingon, D.C. for a Leadership Summit and the chance to meet with leaders around the world.  See Ms. Sheriff Bank of America Student Leaders 
Summer Seach Each piece of the Summer Search model builds upon the others to provide opportunities and support that few low-income youth would otherwise receive: Year-round mentoring, full scholarships to summer experiential education programs, individualized college and financial aid advising and resources for students in and after college.  Mr. Jobs Summer Search 
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts (PAFA) Saturday Classes A valuable opportunity for teens to develop and hone their skills under the guidance of PAFA faculty. Open to high school students in 9th - 12th grades. All levels welcome. Bonus: Each class includes an in-depth information session on preparing a portfolio for art school or college, hosted by PAFA's Office of Admissions.   The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts 
2013 Summer Institutes at Drexel University  Drexel's summer academic programs are open to highly motivated high school students who wish to explore what a university-level program is all about. Workshops are led by Drexel faculty and utilize Drexel's labs, facilities, and the city of Philadelphia's many resources.  Drexel University's Undergraduate Admissions Office 2013 Summer Institutes at Drexel University  
2013 Penn State Multimedia Journalism & Film-Video Summer Camp Explore your interests in journalism, film or TV news.  June 21, 2013 http://www.outreach.psu.edu/communications-camps/ 2013 Penn State Communications Camp 
Salem Career Day-World of Possibilities Career Day-Real People, Real Jobs, Real Talk. For students grades 7 thru 12, parents are welcome. Learn firsthand about 21st century careers, green jobs and occupations from real people, career professionals from the building & vocational trades, education, medicine, law, busines & STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Math) arena want to share their job experiences with you. Representatives from local colleges will also be in attendance! June 1, 2013 RSVP/REGISTER via email to Esteria Johnson, Chair at salemscholarshipministry@gmail.com. Include your full name, school, and current grade. For more information contact Crystal Hentry, 215-878-5155; Joyce Matthews, 267-973-4899 or Esteria Johnson, 215-576-5142  
girlUp-Uniting Girls to Change the World. Visit website for more information! Nomination deadline is May 31, 2013. May 31, 2013 Email info@girlup.org with any questions! girlUp 
Vermont summer Academy summer academic programs for grades 8-12 (Acting workshop, Astronomy, Ceramics,College Essay Writing, Leadership, SpyCraft, and much more!)   1.866.928.2897 Vermont Summer Academy 
ASSE International Student Exchange Programs Receive the opportunity to travel abroad to a variety of countries throughout the world!  Click on the website for more info. Deadlines for the program varies. ASSE 
Foundation for Free Enterprise Education  Pennsylvania Free Enterprise Week (PFEW) is a one-of-a-kind summer program that offers in-coming high school juniors and seniors a unique and challenging opportunity to see what it is like to run their own business.  March 7, 2014 814(833)9576 EXT:6 PFEW 
MARIST SUMMER PRE-COLLEGE  Get a taste of campus life and earn 3 college credits while in high school.The 2014 Summer Pre-College Programs will take place July 13th-July 26th.  845.575.3226 MARIST 
Boston University Summer Term High School Each high school program offers the opportunity to learn and explore new subjects and college while making friends with fellow students through social activities in Boston and on campus.  617(353)1378 BOSTON 
PROGRAMS FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS 2014 This summer, participate in a unique and life-changing learning experience – one that can only be offered at Sarah Lawrence College. Summer at SLC consists of summer programs that offer distinctive, intensive programs for students in high school or older on our beautiful campus, just 30 minutes from Midtown Manhattan.  (914)395-2205  SARAHLAWRENCE 
The Reynolds Young Writers Workshop The Reynolds Young Writers Workshop at Denison University is an inspiring place for high school students who love to write. This 8-day residential program, to be held this year from June 15 – 22, 2014, brings together young writers who are passionate about artistic expression and eager to stretch in new directions.  reynoldswriting@denison.edu Reynolds Young Writers Workshop  
2014 Young Artists Program The young artists program at Maine Media Workshops is a unique opportunity for creative high school students(14-18) to immerse in all aspects of photography, acting, animation,and design.  1-877-577-7700 Young Artists Program 
8 Week HD Video Production Workshop at Scribe Video Center This workshop will cover all major aspects of scripting and shooting a short non-fiction film in High Definition video. Over the 8 weeks participants will refine their idea and shoot it using Scribe’s Sony NEX-EA50UH. The class includes instruction in scriptwriting, production planning, HD camera operation, lighting for HD and sound recording. Projects should be no longer than 10 minutes.   215(222)4201 Scribe Video Center 
Intro to Final Cut Pro X (Scribe Video Center)  Learn FCP X’s revamped workflow and make effective use of its most powerful features, including titling, basic effects, transitions, and newly integrated elements of Apple Color and Soundtrack Pro.  215(222)4201 Scribe Video Center 
A Residential, College-Level, Summer Program for High School Students at Earlham College A summer enrichment opportunity for high-achieving 9th, 10th, and 11th grade students. They will take college-level classes,earn two college credits ,live in a dorm and make new friends.   (765) 983-1330 Summer Program at Earlham  
Summer Study Programs Summer enrichment programs for high school students from Summer Study offer students the rare opportunity to experience the “beat and pulse” of some of the most prestigious universities . Students will engage in "high-interest, low pressure" non-credit enrichment classes with a heavy emphasis on group interaction and discussion based topics, preparing them for an easy transition from high school to college.   Summer Study Programs 
Summer ART camp at Alfred University July 13-17, 2014 This co-ed, overnight art camp is a 5-day intensive program in establishing a body of work in preparation for applying to art school. The goal of the program is to expose students to a variety of media, to allow for exploration of personal art themes and provide a sound foundation in the vocabulary of art and art-related pursuits.  burdickcb@alfred.edu Summer Art Camp 
Consumer Chemistry Camp at Alfred University (July 13-17, 2014) The camp will include discussions, brief lectures, reading about chemistry in the news, and inquiry-based activities. The emphasis is on having fun and enjoying our beautiful natural surroundings while learning!   607.871.2612 Consumer Chemistry Camp 
Advance College Experience (ACE) Get a head start on college with Community College of Philadelphia’s summer ACE program. ACE, the Advanced College Experience, will provide you with an opportunity you will never forget! ACE ‘12 provides college-level courses for highly motivated high school students going into 9th, 10th, 11th or 12th grades or students pursing a GED.  15-751-8779 or email awexler@ccp.edu (ACE) 
Summer Academy for High School Students July 7 - August 1, 2014 The Summer Academy is the definitive program for talented and motivated high school students: a four-week, college-level art-making experience in the nation’s first and premier school of fine art.  continuinged@pafa.edu or call 215-972-7632. http://www..pafa.edu/summeracademy/ 
Summer Pre-College at Brown Unversity Pre-College courses are for students looking to experience college level academics on an Ivy League campus – without the pressures of credit or grades.s part of your learning at Brown you may well do things you have only dreamed of - shadow a physician, transform your thoughts into crisp writing, learn what makes things work, (or not work), map the stars, study human behavior through neuroscience, philosophy, history or literature, or analyze your own DNA.  summer@brown.edu Summer Pre-College 
COMMUNITY OF SCHOLARS PROGRAM AT AU'S SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL SERVICE Designed for rising junior and senior high school students, the Community of Scholars Program at AU's School of International Service is an opportunity for academically-outstanding high school students to take a 3-credit course that blends a week of online learning with two weeks of traditional on-campus classes. The program introduces students to the advancing fields of U.S. foreign policy and international conflict resolution.   communityofscholars@american.edu, call 202-885-2442 Community of Scholars Program  
Summer College At Stanford University Summer College is an eight-week college experience that provides academic, social, and intellectual opportunities not found in a high school classroom. Program participants build a schedule comprised of challenging college-level courses, and credit earned is documented on a Stanford University transcript.    Summer College 
Young Ambassadors Program The Smithsonian Latino Center's Young Ambassadors Program (YAP) is a national program for graduating high school seniors that fosters the next generation of Latino leaders in the arts, sciences, and humanities via the Smithsonian Institution and its resources.   April 7 Young Ambassadors Program 
Pennsylvania Free Enterprise Week (PFEW) PFEW) is a one-of-a-kind summer program that offers in-coming high school juniors and seniors a unique and challenging opportunity to see what it is like to run their own business.   April 4, 2014  (PFEW) 
Summer Mentorship Program at Penn (9th and 10th graders only) An innovative four-week experience, aiming to inspire first-generation and minority students in Philadelphia to view higher education as an achievable and worthwhile goal. Students selected for the program are provided the opportunity to partner with, and learn from, the five professional schools here at the University. These include the Penn School of Dental Medicine, Penn Nursing, Penn Engineering, Perelman School of Medicine, and Penn Law.  April 11, 2014 SMP 
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