Rhode Island School of Design- Residential Summer Immersive June 24–July 29, 2023.
Live like a RISD student and work alongside hundreds of other creative, highly motivated students who will inspire you to push your limits and produce your best work. Click here to learn more & apply to the waitlist.
Cincinnati Children's Hospital- SLASH Program- This program provides an opportunity for students from underrepresented groups to learn more about the fields of speech-language pathology and audiology career fields. Slash is a 4-week free program in June funded by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association.. This
opportunity takes place on Wednesdays in June from 9:00 am-12:00 pm. To view more information, click on this link.
Girls Who Code
Girls Who Code offers two FREE programs in the summer: the virtual Summer Immersion Program and the Self-Paced Program. The self-paced experience that will allow students an opportunity to learn in a style that works best for them while making meaningful connections. Applicants can apply for BOTH programs, if eligible, using this application. They provide a virtual teaching team, a supportive sisterhood through our global network of alumni, and lifelong college and career support. In addition to their free programs, they offer a financial support grant of up to $300 and laptop and hotspot access for eligible students. All high school students who identify as girls or non-binary can apply, and no prior computer science experience is required. They are currently accepting applications for the summer applications. Students receive priority consideration if they apply by February 15, 2023. Regular-decision applications are due by March 24, 2023. Get started at girlswhocode.com/summerapply or attend a webinar.
Waynesburg University CSI Camp
The camp will take place from June 12-June 16, 2023. The CSI Camp is designed to give students hands-on experience of what they can expect in the forensic science and criminal justice majors and, ultimately, occupations. Camp will
enable students to enhance their knowledge and understanding of forensic topics and allow them to make valuable connections with professionals and fellow peers in the field. Students will have the opportunity to train with and learn from certified experts in
a small group setting. Who is Eligible?:
Students entering 11th grade, 12th grade, or who are spring 2023 high school graduates. To sign up & get more information, go to this link.
Carnegie Melon Pre-College Summer Programs
Carnegie Melon is offering the following summer programs: architecture, art, computational biology, design, drama, music, national high school game academy, summer session, writing and culture this upcoming summer. These programs are meant to prepare high school students for their first upcoming college experience, help them narrow their career focus, and build critical knowledge and skills. Please visit the Carnegie Melon website
to get more information about their available scholarships and to fill out an application.
Cincinnat Children's Hospital Medical Center
Cincinnati Children's has several opportunities for high school students Click the link below for additional information:
University of Cincinnati Lindner Summer Institute is a residential camp for rising sophomores, juniors and seniors who are young women or identify as African American/Black, Native American or Hispanic/ Latino. This event will take place Sunday, June 4 - Wednesday, June 7, and students must commit to participate in the entire program, including staying overnight in the residence halls. What Students Can Expect: activities around entrepreneurship, problem solving, and leadership building, small group community building, development of their personal elevator pitch, and speakers including corporate partners, Lindner faculty, current students and alumni. Students should apply by April 21 for priority consideration! Ohio University's Center for Law, Justice & Culture- is hosting the annual Summer Law & Trial Institute for high achieving rising high school juniors and seniors. This free, highly selective program takes place from July 10-21, 2023, and concludes with an in-person mock trial experience. The first week of the program (July 10-14) is held virtually, and all participants are invited to the Athens campus on July 16 to stay in residence halls for the final week of the program. The program culminates with a mock trial on July 21 at the Athens County Municipal Court. In the days leading up to the mock trial, alumni and current OHIO pre-law and mock trial students will work in virtual sessions with institute participants, preparing them for roles as prosecutors, witnesses and defense attorneys. Participants in this free program will: watch a Supreme Court of Ohio oral argument and meet Justice Melody J. Stewart of the Supreme Court of Ohio, visit the Athens County Court of Common Pleas, visit with non-governmental organizations, such as Southeastern Ohio Legal Services, American Civil Liberties Union of Ohio and others, meet and interact with attorneys and judges, and litigate a mock trial in a real courtroom. For full consideration, students should submit the application, a high school transcript copy and one letter of recommendation by June 2, 2023