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Enrichment and Internship Opportunities

Enrichment and Internship Opportunities


Washington and Lee University: Department of Music Presents a Music Honors Weekend f or High School Juniors and Seniors - January 26-28, 2017

For information on how to apply please visit-


Moody Foundation: Moody's Mega Math Challenge

HS Juniors and Seniors-Teams of 3-5 Students with 1 Teacher-Coach. Free and Entirely Internet Based. Challenge Weekend-

Feb. 24-27 2017  

Register by Feb.17, 2017 at M3CHALLENGE.SIAM.ORG


The George Washington University: Pre-College Summer Experience

Areas of Study- Art, Business, Communications, Government & Politics, History & Humanities, Stem.

To Register visit PRE-COLLEGE.GWD.EDU 


Winthrop University Hospital:  Getting Your Daughters Ready for College

A Special Program for Mothers and Daughters - Thursday, March 23, 2017

Please see Mrs Stutzmann in Guidance for Details.


Marist Pre-Summer College Programs: High School Juniors & Seniors have the opportunity to study in a field that they are passionet about. while getting a taste of

College life.

Contact office of Admissions at 845-575-3226 or visit for more information.


Summer at Oxford; Surround Yourself wirh History and Tradition.

To register


Barnard College-Summer Program:

Summer in the City a Liberal Arts Intensive - Students can choose from Writing,Literature, Art, Theater and Dance.


Summer Science Seminars-Stem Program Neuroscience, Psychology, Enviromental Science ans Space Exploration. 


To register: Contact Ann Dachs- 212-854-8866


Nassau Community College Paralegal Program: 

Certificate Program in Paralegal Studies  also Certificate Program

Adrienne Motel Director 516-572-7772 or email



July 2- August 13 2017




July 23 to July 29

To learn more visit or call 631- 632-7403

Applications in the Guidance office


St. Johns niversity:Summer 2017

Vincentian Leadership Institute for HS Students--Faith and Service

a week long residential program- for 10th and 11th graders with an emphasizes

in spiritual service ans social activities.

For more information see Mrs Stutzmann in Guidance or visit


Hofstra Summer Camp (REACH)


The REACH program is for high school student volunteers to work with campers with autism spectrum disorders and other special needs. The central responsibility is to utilize strategies and techniques (learned through training) to provide a safe and supportive summer camp environment for campers. Please see the flyer below for more information.


Academy of Media Production (Boston University's Collee of Communication)


Offered from July 10 - August 4th, students will learn from expert hands-on instruction and will create videos, webcasts, multi-camera productions and more. Program information and application materials:, Contact the program at if you have questions.


Summer Career Awareness Day Events at SUNY Upstate Medical University


One day career seminars for students (sophomores through seniors) considering a career in health care.Must have minimum 88 average, application deadline is May 1st and unofficial transcripts must be received by May 8th. Please see for more information.


Caldwell University Spirituality and Society Summer Seminar


A week long residential program (July 14-21) that allows students to explore spiritual disciplines as leadership practices and learn what it means to be young citizens who promote public justice and seek the common good. See for more information.


Miami University Summer Scholars Progam


For academically talented rising juniors and seniors to spend two weeks exploring a topic of their choice with a Miami faculty member. More information can be found at:


Boston University Summer Investigative Journalism Workshop


Three 2-week workshops begin on June 26 and run through August 4. Students participate in seminars and work alongside veteran journalism teachers and award-winning local and national reporters.


Visit for more info.


The Alice Hoffman Young Writers Retreat @ Adelphi University

Monday, July 10 - Friday, July 14, 2017


This retreat offers high school juniors the opportunity to work closely with accomplished writers and artists through an intensive writing workshop. Each student accepted into the program will be awarded a full scholarship covering tuition, fees, and materials.


Please go to for more information and to apply.


Columbia University Programs for High School Students


Investigate 3-week summer immersion (2 sessions), College Credit Options (Summer/Fall/Spring) and Summer Global Immersion programs.  Apply at:


Christendom Summer Program

This program is the most popular, highly-ranked, and well-attended pre-college summer program of its kind. Six sessions run from June through July.  For more info, go to


Marymount Manhattan College's Pre-College Summer Intensives

Students can take college-level courses, meet new friends, and explore a potential major -- all with New York City's beautiful Upper East Side as a backdrop. For more information, visit:


Pre-College at Skidmore

Skidmores' Pre-College Program gives students a head start on college, with them living and learning with other exceptional high school students from across the country and around the world.

July 1 - August 5, 2017

Applications are being accepted through May 15

Please follow this link for more information:


Bucknell Academy Summer Experience (BASE)

Please access information about this summer experience at Bucknell University by clicking on the link below:



Binghamton Summer College

The Binghamton Summer College program provides an early college experience for academically talented rising juniors and high school seniors. The program will give students a taste of the college experience. They will join an engaged group of students for an extensive, two week program in which they will learn from scholars, researchers and faculty who are making an impact on the world.


Takes place from Sunday, July 16 - Friday, July 28.  Please see link below for more details.



We are pleased to announce that we are now accepting applications for Summer Honors Institute @ LIU. This exclusive, proactive institute engages talented rising high school seniors and enables them to join their highly motivated peers from around the country in a week-long program of their choice.


Programs are being offered at two remarkable education destinations—one in the most exciting city in the world, NYC; the other set on Long Island’s beautiful North Shore, on a sprawling 307-acre campus.

@ LIU Post

  • CSI: Beyond the Crime Scene Tape
  • Strike a Prose: Creative Writing Intensive
  • New York City: Creation on Every Corner
  • The Big Scoop: Investigative Reporting
  • Over the Airwaves: WCWP Radio
  • Bound for Broadway: Musical Theatre Conservatory
  • In Style: Fashion Merchandising • Game Changers: The Future of Digital Game Design
  • Jazz Unplugged
  • To the Opera!
  • So You Think You Can Dance?
  • Entrepreneurship: Bring Your Own Business
  • Find Your Place in the Future of Health Care
  • Horse Sense *

@ LIU Brooklyn

  • Diplomatic Solutions: Careers in International Relations
  • Global Climate Change & Diplomacy
  • Take Two: Inside the TV and Film Industry
  • Entrepreneurship: Bring Your Own Business
  • Find Your Place in the Future of Health Care

Programs are offered on a full-scholarship basis—the only costs to students are for meals and transportation. *

Visit to learn more about Summer Honors Institute @ LIU. Questions about LIU Post’s institutes can be directed to the Admissions Office at 516-299-2900, and questions about LIU Brooklyn’s institutes can be directed to the Admissions Office at 718-488-1011. All emails can be sent to:



The New England Center for Investigative Reporting, based at Boston University's College of Communication, is again offering a unique Investigative Journalism Workshop next summer. This program, now in its eighth year, is for students who are interested in journalism or writing. Nearly 165 students from 31 states and 11 countries attended last summer's workshop, and we are expecting sessions to fill up quickly for 2017.


Our three two-week workshops will begin on June 26. During each session, students participate in seminars and work alongside veteran journalism teachers and award-winning local and national journalists on investigative stories that challenge students' critical thinking and research skills. Students will live on the BU campus and gain hands-on experience to benefit them in college and beyond.


For more information about our program, visit our website and read students' reflections on their experiences at the workshop last summer. I encourage you to share this information with your students and their families.


Students who apply and pay in full by February 28, 2017, can receive a $100 discount on tuition.



Eight day residential summer program for creative writing for current high school sophomores and juniors.  Workshop Dates: June 18-25th 2017 Application Portal Open: January 4, 2017, Application Deadline: March 5, 2017.  Please visit for more details



4-Week NYIT Program offers an intensive introduction to architecture for high school students. For registration and additional information, please contact Clara Ha at


Washington University in St. Louis

Students have the opportunity to enroll in courses and study alongside undergraduates. For more information on programs, fees, scholarships and applications requirements please visit Application deadline is April 1, 2017



NYC Summer Academy of 2017 is offering two week courses for high school students in June and July. Please visit or call:646-438-7269 for more details.



With topics ranging from Twitter to Nietzsche and everything in between, we have a course for you.  See the list below to check out just a few of the Duke classes we are offering this summer:
Language and the Media: The New York Times to Twitter, Classics of American Literature, 1915-1960, Social Psychology,  Introduction to Philosophy, Public Speaking.



We are currently accepting applications for the 2017 Yale Young Global Scholars Program. We have added two new offerings and will continue to run six unique YYGS sessions next summer. . As a reminder, YYGS is an academic enrichment and leadership training program for talented high school students from around the world, who live and study on the Yale campus during the summer. This is a wonderful opportunity for high school student leaders to experience what Yale has to offer.​​​​​​​