Vermont Institute on Health
TUITION COST: $660
Funded by the United States Congress, Job Corps has
been training young adults for meaningful careers since 1964. If you're
interested in joining the Job Corps program or finding out more about
it, call (800) 733-JOBS or (800) 733-5627.
Summer Pre-College Programs: Advanced Placement/Early Action, Architecture, Art, Design, Drama, Music, National High School Game Academy
When: June 27 - August 7, 2009
CIEE's high school study abroad programs and GAP year abroad programs provide U.S. high school students and recent graduates with an unforgettable experience of a lifetime. Since 1947, CIEE has sent over 50,000 U.S. youth to locations around the globe. These programs allow U.S. high school students and recent high school graduates to study abroad, work abroad, and/or volunteer to become fully immersed in the language, culture, and people of another country.
High School Study Abroad Programs
These study abroad programs are designed for individuals ages 15-18 years. Students get to:
Gap Year Abroad Programs for Recent
U.S. High School Graduates
Our programs include:
For more information:
SummerPrograms: For students who learn differently. Summer programs are based on sucessful learning strategies and skills, and the latest techniques in learning.
Who: High School Juniors and Seniors, College-Bound High School Graduates, Current College Students
For more information:
Smith Summer Science and Engineering Program
Which Scientist Are You?
Explore your interests this summer at Smith College. Learn about the biology of women athletes, design with engineers or unlock the mystery of your own DNA. The 2009 Smith College Summer Science and Engineering Program is open to girls entering grades 9, 10, 11, or 12 in fall 2009.
For more information contact the Office of Educational
School of VISUAL ARTS/ Pre-College Programs for High School Students
The Pre-College Programs at SVA are designed for students who want to enhance their creative skills, learn more about a particular art field, and develop a portfolio. In the summer program, students will explore a range of general topics within a chosen field of study. Students will receive three credits for successful completion of the summer program.
For additional information or to register, please contact
the Office of Admissions at:
Program in Mathematics for Young Scientists
June 28 - August 8, 2009
PROMYS is a six-week residential program, with an approximate per-student cost of $2,600. They offer an intensive experience in creative mathematical expl]oraiton to approximately 65 ambitious high school stuednts with an exceptionally strong interest in mathematics.
Applications are available online at www.promys.org. Deadline: May 30, 2009
|The Television News Institute/Quinnipiac University
July 6-10, 2009
Fees: Commuter - $795
On-Campus - $1,175
A weeklong program for High School Juniors and Seniors interested in broadcast journalism.
For more information please contact Michael Calia, Director at 203-582-3414 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
|Summer Programs for High School Students/Georgetown University
Summer College: May 31 - July 3, 2009, July 5 - August 8, 2009
Earn up to 12 college credits from Georgetown while in high school. Thirteen exceptional programs for exceptional high school students who want to get ahead now.
Get information and apply today: http://summer.georgetown.edu/hoyas
|National Geographic Student Expeditions
Students completing 9th through 12th grades are eligible to participate. June - August. Many locations and many areas of focus. Application required.
Call 877-877-8759 or apply online at www.ngstudentexpeditions.com
|Summer at Sarah Lawrence College
Sarah Lawrence College is offering residential courses this summer in theatre, visual arts, poetry, screenwriting, story/expository writing, and science. Open to students entering 10, 11, 12, and graduating seniors.
For more details visit www.sarahlawrence.edu/highschool. Online registration is available for all courses.
|Equestrian Camps/Alfred University
Residential English Camp for ages 14 - 17, July 19 - 23, 2009
Day Camps English and Western for ages 8 - 16, July 6 - 10 & 27 - 31, 2009
Alfred University equestrian camps create a wonderful opportunity for all levels of riders from beginners through advanced.
Deadline: June15, 2009
Camp questions should be directed to Nancy Kohler, Director of the A.U. Equestrian Center, at 607-587-9012, or via e-mail to email@example.com. Information is also available on the website: www.alfred.edu/summer/camps/equestrian.cfm
|Leadership Camps/Norwich University
Requirements: Students who will enter the 10th, 11th or 12th grade after the completion of camp annd accepted applicants to Norwich University may aoly. Must possess and 2.5 GPA or above. Appliocation and suplements required.
802-485-2531- Fax 802-486-2739
|New England School of Communcations/Summer Camps
Media Camp - Overnight Camp - 8/2 - 8/7
Rock Band Camp - Day Camp - 7/27 - 7/31
The Theatre Experience - Day Camp - 7/28 - 8/8
1 College Circle
Bangor, ME 04401
|New York Summer Music Festival
For young musicians, Ages 10 - 25, June 28 - August 8, 2009
2, 4, and 6 week sessions
For more information phone 607-267-4024
|The Putney School Summer Programs
Visual Arts, Theatre, Music, Dance, Farm, Creative Writing.
June 28 to July 17
|Sant Bani School Summer Program
A variety of day programs for grades 3 & 4 and 5th - 8th
When: August 10 - 14
August 17 - 21
For more information contact Rose Marie Marinace
|Music Day Camp/Vermont Youth Orchestra Association
When: June 22 - 26, 2009, 8:45 - 4:00 pm
Who: Students in grades 4 - 10.
Registration forms are available online at www.vyo.org
or by calling the VYOA office: 655-5030.
Deadline: May 29, 2009
|MCW Youth Leadership Retreat
When: July 31st - August 5th
Who: 11th and 12th graders (16 - 18/19 years old)
During this intensive, 5-day residential program, participants work together sharing ideas and supporting one another in visualizing peresonal goals to foster positive change in their local community or around the world.
Apply by 5/15.
Dr. Catherine DeLeo
802-626-6475 or firstname.lastname@example.org
|Pratt Institute's PreCollege Program
College level study in art, design, architecture, creative writing, or critical and visual studies. Completion of the program earns the student 4 college credits. Students must be at least 16 years old and have completed their sophomore year. All levels of experience welcome.
July 6 - July 31
When: Varies, beginning in June. Day and overnight camps.
Who: Children ages 6 - 18
Kroka Expeditions is commited to awakening in young people a connection to nature and the spirit within, and a capacity for concious living and compassionate service.
|Summer Engineering Academy/Norwich University
When: July 12 - 18, 2009
The week includes instruction in the fundamentals of civil, electrical, computer, and mechanical engineering. Students complete 'hands-on' projects, take field trips to engineering firms, and enjoy outdoor challenges such as rappelling and sports.
Application online: www.norwich.edu/admissions/summerprograms
|The Youth Activist Institute/ The Peace & Justice Center
When: June 26 - 28 at Castleton State College
The Youth Activist Institute is a grant funded project intended to engage high school age youth in activism through community organizing and education.
For more information or an application for the Youth Activist Institute contact Jen Berger, 802-863-2345 x5, email@example.com or Colin Robinson, 802-963-2345 x8, firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Summer Theater/Northern Stage
Professional Instructors. Classes run Monday through Friday. Ages vary.
For details about classes, or to register, visit www.northernstage.org, 802-291-7029
|Close Up Student Summer Academy/University of Virginia
- Earn Credit from University of Virginia
- Inside access to key policy & media experts
- Multiple weeks beginning June 7 and ending July 17
|New Hampshire Institute of Art Summer 2009
Art Classes & Workshops for Adults and High School Students
To register: www.nhia.edu
|KCPS Summer School
Catch up or get ahead! Students can make the most of summer with a flexible ONLJNE high school program.
Kaplan College Preperatory School
or visit KCPSsummerschool.com.
A new summer pre-university program. Students will complete an Acadia credit course, experience campus life, and participate in skill building and personal development workshops.
July 19 - August 7
Visit http://exploreu.openacadia.ca or call 800-565-6568
|Broken Bridge Summer Arts Workshops
June 21 - 30 at Pomfret School, Pomfret, CT
|Vermont Youth Conservation Corps
VYCC will hire over 200 young adults to work on high priority conservation projects throughout the state of Vermont.
More information, including complete job desccriptions and an online applications can be found on their website at: www.vycc.org.
|Rochester On Campus/University of Rochester|
Pre-college courses for high school students.
Rochester Scholars: Non-credit enrichment courses for students in grades 9-12.
Taste of College: Credit-bearing courses for high school students.
Program dates vary during the period of July 13 - August 7. For more information see www.rochester.edu/osp or contact the Office of Special Programs at 585-275-2344.
|The Aloha Foundation|
Residential Summer Camps on Lake Fairlee and Lake Morey- Aloha Hive for girls 7 - 12, Aloha for girls 12 - 17, and Lanikila for boys 8-14.
For more information www.alohafoundation.org or call 802-333-3400.
|Summer at Georgetown University|
Thirteen Exceptional Programs for exceptional high school students who want to get ahead now. Applicants accepted on a roliing basis. Program dates vary during the time period of June 21 - August 9.
For more information and application: http://summer.georgetown.edu/hoyas
|High School Intensive Summer in Art 2009|
Snow Farm/The New England Craft Program - Discover your own artistic abilities, goals, and imagery while developing ideas that are compelling and meaningful to you.
For more information www.snowfarm.org or 413-268-3101.
|Smith Summer Science and Engineering Program|
The 2009 Smith College Summer Science and Engineering Program is open to girls entering grades 9, 10, 11, or 12 in fall 2009.
June 28 - July 25, 2009
This youth development information was received during the 2008-2009 school year. Additional information can be found in the Guidance Office.