This four-week workshop presents the opportunity to explore the many aspects of media production while developing the skills needed to be a successful storyteller. AMP (Academy of Media Production) students learn the power of good writing and visual storytelling by creating videos, short films, webcasts, multi-camera productions, and more. This on-campus, live-in college program gives students the tools to pursue all facets of media production, while collaborating with like-minded students, making new friends, and having a life-changing summer experience in the heart of Boston. https://combeyond.bu.edu/workshop/academy-of-media-production/
The Woodland Ecology Research Mentorship (WERM) is open to current 9th, 10th, Y1s who will be 15 years old before June 15th, 2020. This 14-month program provides a unique opportunity to work with local ecologists and take part in ecological research projects. WERM students learn content and develop basic research skills during their first summer through hands-on projects and coursework. Building on their skills at weekend workshops during the academic year, students embark on a final research project under the guidance of a science mentor for their second summer.
The application deadline for this program is March 29th, 2020.
For more information and the online application please go to http://www.wavehill.org/education/woodland-ecology-research-mentorship/
Through our partnership with the college of Mount Saint Vincent, we offer two credit bearing college courses: Restoration of NYC’s Natural Areas and Mapping NYC’s Urban Environment: An Intro to GIS. WERM students take both courses their first summer, while Forest Project interns take only one each summer they participate. Students do not pay tuition!
Spend an unforgettable summer working as part of a small crew protecting and improving Wave Hill’s woodlands, enjoying the outdoors, learning about restoration ecology and making friends, all while getting paid and earning college credit.
The Forest Project is open to current 10th, Y1, Y2s. Applicants must be atleast 16 years old by June 15th, 2020. The seven-week program meets Mondays through Fridays from June 29th – August 21st, 2020. Interns work in small, supervised crews to help restore woodland areas at Wave Hill. Interns who complete their first summer of the Forest Project are offered the opportunity to return for a second summer.
The application deadline for this program is March 15th, 2020.
For more information and the online application please go to http://www.wavehill.org/education/forest-project/.
Pratt Young Scholars is a need-based, three-year scholarship providing instruction in art and design with college preparation to motivated high school students. This Scholarship covers three years of studio instruction, all art materials for courses taken, Summer Scholars courses in July, a year-round college access program including SAT preparation, and one-on-one guidance throughout the college application and financial aid processes. This is a great opportunity for students to learn more about art and design, meet other students with similar interests, and prepare for college in a creative environment! If any students or their parents have questions, they are encouraged to call us at the number below. We will be pleased to answer their questions about the program.
CALENDAR: October to April, Wednesdays, 4:30–6:30 PM and Saturdays, 10 AM–1:30 PM ; Summer: Two weeks in July, Monday to Friday, 10 AM–4 PM
Tel: 718.636.3654 | Fax: 718.230.6876
Deadline March 2
Mohawk Day Camp has summer job openings for high school juniors, seniors, and college students. We are looking for camp counselors as well as swim staff. There are also many assistant positions available in our camp programs: arts and crafts, mountain biking, pioneering, cooking, sports, robotics, drama, dance, tennis, photography, ceramics, and more.
SPARC helps talented high school students apply their quantitative thinking skills to their lives and the world. SPARC is hosted in Northern California for around two weeks, typically in late July and early August. Room and board are provided free of charge.
The curriculum covers topics from causal modeling and probability to game theory and cognitive science. But the focus of SPARC is on applying the same quantitative and rigorous spirit outside of the classroom. How can we understand our own reasoning, behavior, and emotions? How can we think more clearly and better achieve our goals?
Even when the content is challenging, the atmosphere is relaxed and centered on experiences. Classes are small and discussion-based, activities range from programming labs to estimation markets to periods of self-reflection, and invited speakers include academics, CEOs, and philanthropists.
Perhaps most importantly, SPARC students are surrounded by a community of thoughtful students, junior counselors, guests, and instructors. For many participants, discussing and sharing ideas outside of class is the most important part of SPARC.The program is free for all admitted students.Interested? Applications for SPARC 2019 are now open. For more information about SPARC, check out our FAQ or our video from 2014.
For 10th or Y1s – All Star Code Summer Intensive – is a free, six-week, selective program (no coding experience required) that provides students with the skills, networks, and mindset they need to become coders, makers, and entrepreneurs. This program is hosted at top tech companies in NYC, including Goldman Sachs and Facebook. All Star Code is a nonprofit computer science education organization focused on motivated Black and Latino young men. Young men of color, with or without coding experience, are encouraged to apply. How to apply: Visit our website www.allstarcode.org/apply to apply and for more details.
The application will open on January 3rd, 2018.
DEADLINE: March 15th
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Summer 2018 Exposures Cross-Cultural Youth Arts Program – this is a program of The In-Sight Photography Project. This year’s program will be held on the Pine Ridge Reservation and Cheyenne River Reservation, homes to the Lakota Tribal members, from June 30 to July 22. We look forward to meeting a wonderful group of creative and diverse participants this summer. Visit www.exposuresprogram.org to learn more, or watch this video: https://youtu.be/ImWJ9hht1xo In-Sight provides photography courses to youth across the economic spectrum and provides all materials for every student regardless of their ability to pay class fees. Visit In-Sight’s website to learn more about the organization. This program is recommended by Prof.Casey.
Together we will explore themes of identity, representation and ethical storytelling through photography. The curriculum combines creative learning with experiential activities, participation in community and cultural events, and trips to explore and photograph the landscape. Participants will create a collaborative final project and share their perspectives of place, community and identity.We look forward to meeting a wonderful group of creative and diverse participants this summer. Watch this video: https://youtu.be/ImWJ9hht1xo for more!
June 28th, 2020 – July 18th, 2020
This program is available to all interested youth, ages 17 – 21, regardless of ability to pay.
Completed applications will be reviewed beginning on March 15
Contact us with any Questions
call: (802) 251-9960
mailing address: In-Sight Photography Project
183 Main St, Ste 3
Brattleboro, VT 05301
DEADLINE: April 15th
Summer Art Intensive accepts resident and non-resident students, ages 15-18, who wish to prepare a portfolio to apply to top art schools. This year we are offering drawing, graphic design, animation and digital photography classes. Classes take place July 2-30th , Monday through Thursdays from 9am-4pm, with an art exhibition reception on August 1st, 4-7 pm.
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Taking place at The Rockefeller University for two weeks in August to participate in a free course about the brain. Go here for more info/app: https://www.rockefeller.edu/outreach/snp/Professors We will offer a challenging and lively class aimed at introducing students to neuroscience. Metrocards and food will be provided throughout the program. We seek motivated, mature, and inquisitive students, irrespective of previous scholastic achievement or interest level in science. We’re not necessarily looking for “straight A” students; we’re looking for distinctive, curious students—whether they’re shy or outgoing. Applicants will be screened and a subset will be contacted by the SNP directors to arrange an interview. - Students: How to get Nominated: Interested students should approach a teacher or mentor to nominate them for the program. Note that you must also fill out the student application in addition to getting nominated. Links to the application form and nomination form above.
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any concerns or if you do not have someone to nominate you.
DEADLINE: March 23rd