Underclassmen Scholarship Opportunities
Carolinas Freedom Foundation Leadership Challenge (CFF) ScholarshipsRising 9th – 12th Grades: NCSU Shelton Leadership Center Summer Experiences:
Calling all rising 9th through 12th grade students - apply for the Red Hat Shelton Challenge! Applications are currently being accepted for the UNC-Charlotte (June 24-29th, 2018)
The Red Hat Shelton Challenge is a six-day overnight summer experience for rising freshmen, sophomores, juniors, and seniors in high school. Contact the Shelton Center for scholarship information.
Shelton’s five cornerstones of values-based leadership—honesty, integrity, compassion, diversity and social responsibility—are the foundations of the camp. The core curriculum focuses on Personal Leadership Assessment and Interpersonal Dynamics, Role of Values and Ethics in Leadership, Leadership Traits an Approaches, Teambuilding and Empowering Others, Social Responsibility, Public Speaking, and Goal Setting.
To apply visit go.ncsu.edu/redhatsheltonchallenge. For more information, contact Raven Whitley, Leadership Training Specialist at email@example.com or 919-515-7115.
Also: The Chancellor’s Leadership Development Program: the Shelton Leadership Center seeks to support students who have interests in developing their leadership skills through engaging experiences with other students across disciplines. Students from all colleges are accepted into the program.
Participants are incoming first-year students who have already been accepted to NC State University for the fall semester. This two-year program helps students maximize their leadership skills through experiential learning and self-discovery. The deadline to apply this year is May 25, 2018. Applications are available now. The program includes opportunities such as: Mentoring, Coaching, Professional Networking, Career Readiness, International/Study Abroad Experiences, building a leadership portfolio, and service events.
The Chuck Stone Program for Diversity in Media and Education is a workshop sponsored by the UNC School of Media and Journalism. It's for aspiring high school journalists who will be seniors in the 2018-2019 school year (current juniors). Participants attend a FULLY FUNDED 5-day workshop at UNC-Chapel Hill from July 8-12, 2018. The application materials must be received by March 15, 2018. Additional information and the application may be found at the following link: http://mj.unc.edu/stoneprogram.
Young Innovators Program, an eight-week paid summer internship that is sponsored by the Eshelman Institute for Innovation and the UNC Eshelman School of Pharmacy at UNC-Chapel Hill. The deadline for interested students to submit the online application is Friday, February 2nd. Application materials and further details are available at https://unceii.org/programs/young-innovators-program/how-to-apply/
UNC Charlotte Extended Academic Programs
UNC Charlotte Summer Camp
Girls Who Code’s two-week Campus program, July 31 - August 11, 2017, at the UNC Department of Computer Science.
This Girls Who Code Campus program is a two-week immersion program for high school girls to learn computer science fundamentals, gain exposure to tech jobs and join a supportive sisterhood of tens of thousands of girls who code across the US!
for more information and to apply go to https://girlswhocode.com/
Johnson and Wales Summer Camp - Camp Fusion
The mission of THE TERRYBROOK PROJECT is to provide the children in the communities we serve opportunities for success by opening doors to various resources; breaking down social, economic and racial barriers; assisting in educational, housing, nutritional and medical needs, ensuring those needs are met and by building a strong foundation between the children, the families and the greater community to establish a positive bond necessary for a happy, healthy, peaceful and promising future.
Charlotte as well as this country are in a state of division, separation and disconnect in a lot of areas of our society. It’s been an issue since this country’s inception. Our focus with the camp is to address division and disconnect between Charlotte’s youth and our police department.
The athletes will spend a majority of their day working on basketball skills and participating in competitions playing a sport they love. The rest of the evening the youth and officers will be challenged as we address current issues facing our youth and our society through various workshops and guest speakers.
Student athletes are natural leaders in the schools and in their communities. The positive bonds formed during this camp aims to open doors for more positive work in the schools and the communities.
It is our hope that each student athlete improves on the court but more importantly walks away enlightened, poised to be leaders and with some new friends!
Click here for more information and to apply
CPCC STEM Summer Camp
Elementary, middle or high school student who are interested in science, technology, engineering or math. Spice up your summer with full and half-day camps at the STEM Summer Experience. Due to the overwhelming response from our camps, we have expanded our offerings this year
For details and to register at http://stemsummerexperience.com/
Wake Forest Summer Immersion Program
The Wake Forest Summer Immersion Program is an unforgettable experience that allows rising sophomores, juniors and seniors the opportunity to test-drive their career goals and get a glimpse of the future. We would love to visit your school to speak with students about this exciting opportunity to gain valuable insight and prepare for college. Please reply with a convenient time for me to visit the college counseling office or cafeteria.
Our Summer Immersion Programs are non-credit academic institutes focused in specific areas. This summer, Wake Forest will be offering residential programs in Business & Entrepreneurship and Medicine, on-campus in Winston-Salem, North Carolina. Our Uptown Charlotte campus will offer nonresidential programs in Business & Entrepreneurship, Law, Leadership, Medicine, Sports Marketing and Technology. These institutes combine traditional and lab curriculum with organized field trips, guest lectures and hands-on activities allowing students to gain valuable academic and career experience.
Admission to the program is determined by the online application, personal statement and academic potential. The Summer Immersion application will go live, online November 2, 2015. Application decisions will be ongoing.Students admitted to the program will be notified via email. Financial assistance is available to those who qualify. To apply, or for more information, please visit go.wfu.edu/sip.
Please do not hesitate to contact me with any questions via telephone 704-365-1921 or via email firstname.lastname@example.org.
NC State University Engineering Programs
Find out about the many Engineering camps and summer opportunities offered through NCSU by clicking here!
Cornell University offers one week summer residential programs. One is specifically for Girls interested in Engineering, and the other is for high school students who excel in Math and Science.
The United States Naval academy is hosting two summer programs aimed at high preforming math and science students who are in 9th, 10th and 11th grade. Students who participate in the summer programs will get to work with engineering professors, and get an overview of college life at the Naval Academy as well as career insight for Officers in the Navy.
The applications for both programs are due in March. For more information about these Summer opportunities and others please see Ms. Jones in Guidance.
Duke Summer Programs
Duke University Summer Programs have provided summer academic enrichment for academically motivated youth for over 30 years. Each summer approximately 650 youth from around the nation and world, representing some 22 states and 5 different countries, attend one of our summer programs.
Our camps open for registration on December 1st! We offer 13 different programs for students from grades 6-11. All programs seek to engage learners in innovative, interactive, transformative learning experiences. Co-curricular social and recreational activities are carefully planned and delivered to complement the instructional day. The camp “learning community” approaches learning as a shared responsibility among students, instructors, and counselors.
For more information on how to register for our programs, please visit our website at www.learnmore.duke.edu/youth and http://summersession.duke.edu/high-school-students/summer-college-for-high-school-students. You can also contact Duke Summer Program's office via email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, or calling (919) 684-2827
Court Camp is an educational program offered each summer for children ages 14-18 who are who might be considering a legal system related career and/or just interested in learning more about the law and the North Carolina Judicial System. The week-long camps take place at the Mecklenburg County Courthouse.
Participants of Court Camp learn about the North Carolina Judicial System, meet Judges, Attorneys, Court Reporters, Interpreters, Clerks, Court Administrators and other personnel, take behind-the-scenes tours of the Mecklenburg County Courthouse, Mecklenburg County Jail, Charlotte Mecklenburg Police Department Crime Lab, The Charlotte School of Law, and a large law firm. Participants also observe live criminal and civil trials and participate in a mock crime scene and mock trial. The curriculum includes guest speakers, classroom lecture, videos, field trips, and hands-on activities. A graduation ceremony is held on the last day of the camp at which parents are invited to attend. Participants are supervised by an adult at all times during Court Camp.
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A core focus of our programs is to give our students a candid look into these industries before they take the next steps in their education.
We developed our programs with the University of Washington in Seattle, as well as The Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising (FIDM) in Los Angeles.
· Entrepreneurship (UW): Helping students learn how to start a successful business with University of Washington’s Foster School of Business and visit with local startups.
· Game Experience (UW): Introduces students to game development, teaching them elements of design, animation, and manage their own game companies.
· Fashion at FiDM: This program is for students who want to dive into LA's fashion and design industry and learn how to take designs from concept to consumer.
· Experience Japan (Nagoya & Tokyo): This immersion trip is for students who have a passion for Japanese language and culture. It gives students the opportunity to explore Japan as a tourist, student, and professional.
CLICK HERE to download the full summer brochure.
Click on the picture to the left to learn more about this great STEM experience at CPCC!
Youth Leadership Program
Paid internships for rising high school seniors. The program introduces students to the nonprofit sector and careers related to leadership and community economic development.
The application deadline is March 31, 2017
Click here for the application
EnergyUnited Youth Tour
Love social networking? Like making new friends? Do politics & history excite you?
Then come and experience the 2016 Electric Cooperative Youth Tour in our nation’s capital. This all-expenses paid trip to Washington, D.C. will be the highlight of your summer!
What Is It?
The 2016 Electric Cooperative Youth Tour to Washington D.C.
When Is It?
June 11–17, 2016 (Depart from Raleigh on June 12)
Who Gets To Go?
Rising High School Seniors from North Carolina
Two students will be chosen to represent EnergyUnited and travel to Washington D.C. in June 2016 on an all-expense paid trip where they will meet students from around the country, meet with local and state legislatures, visit local historical sites and buildings and learn more about the role of electric co-ops in our nation. We would love to have some students in the CMS schools apply! Who knows? Maybe one would be a winner!
Click here to apply and receive more information. The deadline to apply is December 4, 2015.
Habitat for Humanity Summer Internship Program
A 7 week paid summer internship for high school students interested in exploring a career in a construction related field, such as construction management, carpentry, engineering, architecture, and many others. It includes both an educational and on-site component. Internship runs Tuesdays-Sundays from July 7-August 22 and compensation is $7.25/hour.
Requirements include: Must be 16 by July 6, 2016; under 18 requires a workers permit, background check and drug test required, ability to lift 50 lbs, and transportation to and from work sites.
To apply:. Click here for the full information download.
Summer Life guarding Job
Are you at least 15 years old, a skilled swimmer, and looking for a way to make some extra money this summer? Then consider applying to be a Lifeguard! Contact AquaTech Pool Management Group at 704.644.3121 or visit www.aquatechpoolmanagement.com for more information!
Recreational Employment Corp Program: Entrepreneurship Program B.A.A.R.N (Bringing Accessible Agriculture Recreationally Now. Are you interested making a difference for your peers and community?
Are you interested in a profession in Agriculture?
Do you want to learn how to start your own agriculture business?
This program may be for you!
The B.A.A.R.N program is geared towards teen ages 16-17. The programs seeks to expose teens to the skills they would need to start their own business. B.A.A.R.N specifically addresses factors such as childhood obesity, food deserts and nutrition; and how the access to fresh vegetables can address these factors.
ALSAMP Summer Bridge Program at Stillman CollegeThe ALSAMP Summer Bridge Program is a six-week academic opportunity funded by the National Science
Foundation for underrepresented minority students accepted to Stillman College for the fall of 2017 and
who plan to major in Biology, Chemistry or Mathematics.
PROGRAM DATES: May 31, 2017 – July 7, 2017. Orientation: May 30th