Summer Programs (& More)

Disclaimer:
Moorestown High School compiles and makes available this list of programs and opportunities. Moorestown High School in no way represents, guarantees, or warrants the viability, awarding, or funding of any of the programs listed below.


2019 - 2020

HOBY Applications for Sophomores - Application due 11/25/2019:
HOBY’s flagship program, the State Leadership Seminar, empowers high school sophomores to develop their leadership talents to become the leaders of their community.  The seminar curriculum is based on the Social Change Model of Leadership and develops leadership from three perspectives:  Personal Leadership, Group Leadership, and Leadership for Society.  See more at:www.hoby.org/programs/leadership-seminars.  Moorestown High School may nominate one sophomore student as the primary attendee and one sophomore student as the alternate.  Students must commit to the program dates of June 12-14, 2020 at Kean University.  Interested students must submit the Google form by Monday, November 25, 2019. 

New Jersey Scholars Program for Juniors - In-house Application due 12/11/2019:

The New Jersey Scholars Program is a tuition-free, five-week summer program for students who are residents of New Jersey, United States citizens and rising seniors at the high school level in New Jersey.  Each school is permitted to submit up to two applications to be determined by the school’s internal process.  If selected by NJSP as a semifinalist, applicants are invited to participate in a group interview with NJSP.  The Program selects Scholars from among the semifinalists.  Applicants must be able to commit to attending the program from June 28- July 31, 2020.  Please go to the NJSP website for additional information about this year's topic, "Mind and Body: The Future of Being Human".  This Google form is due by Wednesday, December 11, 2019. 

New Jersey Governor’s School for Juniors - In-house Applications due 12/11/2019:

The prestigious Governor's School of New Jersey Program seeks high-achieving juniors interested in rigorous STEM summer academic programs.  There are two programs operating in 2020.  The Governor's School in the Sciences will be hosted at Drew University from July 12- August 1, 2020,  and the Governor's School of Engineering & Technology will be hosted by Rutgers University from June 28- July 24, 2020.  All interested parties must be willing to meet the necessary time commitment of either program.  In filling out this form you are only completing the preliminary stage of what is an intensive, multi-step selection process.  Moorestown is only permitted to nominate one applicant for each Governor's School program.  The deadline for submitting your application of interest via the Google form is 12/11/2019.

UNC at Chapel Hill Offers Journalism and Media Summer Programs for Students:

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill invites students interested in journalism and media  to apply for these on-campus summer opportunities offered through Carolina's Hussman School of Journalism and Media.

NC Scholastic Media Institute - This four-day institute provides students and advisers with intensive training in disciplines such as broadcast, newspaper, yearbook, literary magazine, and design. To learn more, click here.

Carolina Sports Journalism Camp -  From attending a Smith Center press conference to writing a sports feature story on deadline, students get an inside look at what it takes to become a sports journalist. Click here to learn more.

Chuck Stone for Diversity in Education and Media - This fully-funded program gives rising seniors of diverse backgrounds the opportunity to hone their storytelling and writing skills through classroom study, real-world scenarios, and professional mentors. To learn more, click here.

University of Miami Offers Summer Scholars Program:

At the University of Miami’s Summer Scholars Program, students get the chance to litigate a mock trial, participate in a medical scenario in a state-of-the-art simulation hospital, or get up close and personal with sharks and dolphins all while earning six college credits.  High-achieving high school sophomores and juniors can gain an authentic college experience and earn six college credits this summer in a variety of areas while exploring their academic passions and considering their future career opportunities.  For students seeking to gain hands-on college experience in a more condensed format, they also offer a two-week, non-credit academy program, where they’ll enjoy an intense experiential learning environment.

Explore the University of Miami's two options:
-Three-week Summer Scholars Program (credit): For high school sophomores and juniors The program runs July 4–24, 2020
-Two-week, UM Academies (non-credit): For high school freshmen, sophomores, and juniors The program runs July 4–17, 2020

Limited Scholarship Opportunities are available for students who qualify.  To be considered, eligible applicants must complete both the Summer Scholars application and the scholarship application and submit supporting documents by the March 1 deadline.  Students who meet the requirements for their need-based scholarship may also qualify for application fee reduction waivers.  Students who apply before December 1, 2019, can use waiver code “EARLYBIRD” to receive 50 percent off the application fee.  Students are encouraged to apply early to reserve space in their preferred program.  To contact an enrollment advisor or to request more information call 305-284-4000.

Temple University's Tyler School of Art Offers Pre-College Programs:

The next Portfolio Boot Camp at the Tyler School of Art at Temple University begins November 23!  Open to 11th & 12th grade students!  Designed specifically for students planning on applying to art schools, each session of Portfolio Boot Camp focuses on strengthening observational drawing skills through still-life set ups and live models.  Students can choose between black and white or color media sessions or take both for a well-rounded portfolio.  Three days of uninterrupted studio time allow students to completely immerse themselves in creating drawings that will distinguish them as exceptional artists.  Students will learn what admissions counselors look for in a portfolio and how to present theirs.  Previous observational drawing experience is required.

AVAILABLE BOOT CAMP SESSIONS:
Session 3: November 23, December 7, 14 (No class November 30)
Session 4: January 11, 18, 25
Session 5: February 8, 15, 22
Session 6: March 7, 14, 21
Session 7: April 4, 11, 18

For more information visit Tyler's Portfolio Bootcamp web site.  To register, visit the Portfolio Boot Camp Registration page.

Montclair State University Offers Early College Program:

Montclair State University is excited to announce that the application for the Summer and Fall 2020 Early College Program at Montclair State University is now open!  Montclair State University is offering academically ambitious high school students an exciting opportunity to complement high school study with Montclair State University coursework.  With 11 colleges and schools, and more than 300 majors, minors and concentrations, Montclair State delivers the instructional and research resources of a large public university in a supportive, sophisticated and diverse academic environment.

Through this pre-college program, rising juniors and seniors earn transferable college credits, experience the rigors and expectations of college-level classes, learn alongside Montclair State University students and engage in courses taught by University professors on campus or online.  With a highly-reduced tuition rate through the Early College Program, students may choose from a wide variety of undergraduate courses within the 100 and 200 levels.  Montclair State University eagerly invites there Early College students to engage in the University community and take advantage of such campus resources as the Student Center, Sprague Library and the Student Recreation Center.  For more information and to apply visit Montclair's Early College Program.  For more information, please email earlycollege@montclair.edu.

University of Scranton Offers Fifth annual Path to Business Excellence Conference:
The University of Scranton is offering an exciting opportunity for you. The fifth annual Path to Business Excellence Conference (formerly Future Accountants Leadership Conference) will be held at The University of Scranton on Saturday, November 16, 2019, from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.  The purpose of Path to Business Excellence is to introduce students to the dynamic and rewarding world of business. This conference will be an interactive and meaningful educational experience. Sessions will be held with our award-winning faculty, distinguished executive alumni, and students from our Business Leadership and Beta Alpha Psi Honor Programs. 

Students attending the conference should be current seniors who have applied to a business program at the University, with a minimum 3.0 GPA.  Participants who meet the eligibility requirements will receive a $1,000 scholarship upon acceptance to The University of Scranton for the freshman entry term of fall 2020.*  All participants will receive a certificate of completion and attend a brief recognition and networking reception.  Students may invite their parents/guardians to attend the conference and participate in the parent track.  All participants are requested to dress business casual.  To register, students should complete the online Path to Business Excellence form by Wednesday, November 6, 2019.  Please note that space is limited.  If you have any questions or comments, please contact Rebekah Bernard, Information and Technology Specialist for Admissions, at (570) 941-5918 or rebekah.bernard@scranton.edu.

Duke University Offers Summer Programs:
Duke University Summer Session’s 2020 Programs NOW LIVE!  Heads up, students!  The 2020 Duke University Summer Session info is ready for you!  Check it out here.  Ask yourself: Where do you see yourself in 5 years?  Are you conducting ground-breaking research?  Maybe you’re already a leader crafting policies that have a global impact.  Or, are you tackling the world’s most complex challenges?  At Duke University Summer Session you will take a thrilling first step toward your future success!

Be ready to apply December 3!  Click the link below for the program of interest to you: 
Duke Summer College for High School Students
Duke Summer Academy for High School Students 
Duke Accelerated STEM Academy 

Harcum College Art & Design Experience, Saturday, November 23, 2019:
If you are interested in pursuing a degree in an area of art and design, please check out the Harcum College Art & Design Experience.  Harcum College is hosting a day-long immersive event for prospective students called the “Art & Design Experience” and it will offer hands-on workshops in all the Art & Design degree programs at the College.  It will be held on Saturday, November 23, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the new Art & Design Center, 270 S. Bryn Mawr Avenue.  
The event is open to anyone considering a degree program in an art or design field, who is age 16 years and up.  Sessions will be taught by professional graphic artists and illustrators, fashion and interior designers, and photographers.  The experience offers a chance to learn about new techniques, trends, and equipment.  Registrants can sign up for up to two of the workshops listed below (one morning and one afternoon session).  Cost is just $10 per person and includes all the materials to complete two projects and lunch.  Register at harcum.edu/adexperience.

Summer Discovery Offers Summer Programs:
Various summer programs are offered through Summer Discovery at various locations.  For more information about programs, costs, and to register, visit www.summerdiscovery.com.

Oxford Royale Academy Offers Summer School Programs:
Oxford Royale Academy in Oxford, United Kingdom, offers many study options in the summer school program.  For more information visit https://www.oxford-royale.co.uk/Apply for Summer 2020 here.

Gannon University Presents Hackathon:
Gannon University
offers Hackathon, which is a full-scholarship competition.  Hackathon involves competing to solve a hybrid of online to on-site cybersecurity challenges and unlocking your potential.  Participation in the virtual events will serve as a gateway for qualifying finishers to be invited to compete in an on-campus Hackathon on February 16, 2020.  Competitors will have the chance to win prizes including:

•Grand prize of one full-tuition scholarship to Gannon University for high school seniors.
•$1,500 scholarship increase to existing Admissions Merit Award for high school seniors.
•One prize of FREE admission and multiple prizes of discounted admission to a summer camp session featuring iOT, cyber systems and technology for high school juniors.

Who may participate:  Competitors must be current juniors and seniors in high school.  Students can compete individually in your own homes, as well as in groups.  Talk to a teacher at your school about opening a computer lab for your group to compete.  The event takes place on Saturday, November 9, 2019 from 1 - 3 p.m., or Saturday, November 16, 2019 from 1 - 3 p.m.  There is no cost to attend Hackathon.  To register visit https://hackathon.gannon.edu/.

W.E.B. DuBois Scholars Institute Offers Accelerated Learning Academy (ALA):

The W.E.B. DuBois Scholars Institute at Princeton University offers the Accelerated Learning Academy (ALA), which is three weekends of interactive workshops from STEM fields for 10th and 11th graders.  The four STEM tracks offered are:  Medical Science, Biomedical Engineering & Technology, Applied Mathematics, and Artificial Intelligence & Technology.  The program is offered three weekends throughout the school year:  December 13 - 15, 2019, February 28 - March 1, 2020, and April 24 - 26, 2020.  Program Cost is $2,600. Scholarships are available ranging from $800 - $ 2,200.  Criteria & Eligibility:  3.0 Overall GPA, 3.0 B Average in the Sciences, Application, 2 Letters of Recommendation, Transcript, Essay, and Virtual Interview.  For more information and to apply visit the Accelerated Learning Academy (ALA).  Deadlines:  Applications and supplementary materials due by November 13, 2019.

Lafayette College Offers Our Beloved Community Program:
The Our Beloved Community program will take place at Lafayette College on Saturday, November 9, 2019.  Named for Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s vision of a society, Our Beloved Community is a weekend symposium that invites prospective students from across the nation to join the Lafayette community in a celebration of interactive discussions on social justice topics.  Cur Non is the rally cry at Lafayette College.  The motto for the Marquis de Lafayette, their namesake, Cur Non means Why Not.
• Why not have the courage to take risks?
• Why not be a global citizen?
• Why not change the world?
Cur Non means anything is possible at Lafayette College.  The deadline for all applications is Monday, October 1, 2019.  Visit Our Beloved Community Symposium to register and for more information.  Financial assistance for travel and overnight accommodations may be available. 

Service Academy Information Day:

United States Senators Robert Menendez and Cory Booker invite you to attend Service Academy Information Day.  The event is scheduled for Saturday, September 28, 2019 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Seton Hall University, Bethany Hall, 400 S. Orange Avenue, South Orange, NJ 07079.  The event is open to all New Jersey residents interested in applying to a U.S. Service Academy, as well as parents, coaches, and school counselors.  For additional information, please contact the offices of Senator Robert Menedez at 973-645-3030 or Senator Cory Booker at 973-639-8700.

Volunteer Opportunity with Burlington County:
Burlington County Clean Communities announces their Fall 2019 Litter Cleanup Schedule.  Individuals and groups are welcome.  Bags, gloves, grabbers, light refreshments and water to refill your reusable water bottle will be provided.  Free shopping tote to all volunteers.  Cleanup events are held rain or shine.  To register, email cleancomm@co.burlington.nj.us.

- Saturday, September 14, 2019 - Smith's Woods, 35 E. Railroad Avenue, Eastampton, 9 a.m. to noon
- Saturday, September 28, 2019 - Pennington Park & Newton's Landing, 801 Creek Road, Delanco, 9 a.m. to noon
- Saturday, October 12, 2019 - Amico Island Park, 81 Norman Avenue, Delran, 9 a.m. to noon

*Participants younger than age 16 must be accompanied by an adult.
*Volunteers under age 18 participating without a parent/guardian must bring a signed waiver with them on the day of the cleanup.
*Participants in need of community service hours must register prior to cleanup.

Adult, Youth & Family Volunteer Opportunities Fair 2019:
The Burlington County Library System in participation with The Volunteer Center of Burlington County will host the Adult, Youth & Family Volunteer Opportunities Fair 2019.  The event will take place on Saturday, September 14, 2019 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Burlington County Library, 5 Pioneer Boulevard, Westampton, NJ.  Meet representatives from a variety of organizations who will offer volunteer opportunities for individuals and groups.  For more information, please call The Volunteer Center of Burlington County at 856-222-9311, ext. 1492, or email volcenter@hotmail.com.

The 9th Annual It Girls Overnight Retreat at Syracuse University:
Syracuse University announces their 9th Annual It Girls Overnight Retreat.  The event is scheduled for Sunday, October 6 to Monday, October 7, 2019.  Female students are encouraged to apply for the 9th Annual It Girls Overnight Retreat!  For just $25, students can visit the campus of Syracuse University, sleep in a hotel, take interesting and fun workshops, and hear from YouTube Influencer Margot Lee.  This interdisciplinary hands-on program engages female students interested in business, communications, engineering, data, information, and critical thinking.  
Application Deadline is September 22, 2019.  To apply, visit It Girls Overnight Retreat
Application Requirements -
Must be a female high school junior or senior during fall 2019
Have an unweighted cumulative GPA of 3.4+
Complete the It Girls application by the final deadline

MooreKids Seeking Teen Volunteers:
Looking for a way to give back to your community and even take on a leadership role?  MooreKids, a New Jersey non-profit is accepting applications for Teen Volunteers.  Go to www.moorekids.org to learn more about the MooreKids' mission and find this year's application.  NEW application, NEW organization for our volunteer group - returning members MUST reapply.  Applications are due September 20, 2019.  Email questions to info@moorekids.org.

Volunteers Needed at Moorestown Extended Day Care Program:
The Moorestown Extended Day Care Program is seeking High School students interested in volunteering at our after school program.  Volunteers are needed for Baker, South Valley, Roberts, and the UES.  If you are interested in volunteering one or more afternoons per week, please contact Lauren McGlone at lmcglone@mtps.com, or call 856-778-6600 ext. 18151.


2018 - 2019


Monmouth University Offers Model U.N. Summer Academy:
Students in grades 6 through 12 are able to attend the 2019 Monmouth University Model United Nations Summer Academy.  The program will take place from Monday, July 29 to Friday, August 2, 2019 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.  Whether you’re new to Model UN or a seasoned pro, learn to master the most popular high school extracurricular activity in the nation with guidance from recent champions.  Develop your public speaking, critical thinking, policy analysis, and writing skills, while networking with people who care about the world and the challenges facing it.  This camp helps fund Monmouth University’s Model UN Team that competes annually at locations including Washington D.C., Oxford University, Harvard University, King's College London, and UNC Charlotte.  The first four days will cover strategies to succeed in different aspects of a Model UN contest, and on Friday, the camp will hold a mock conpetition with prizes and awards.  If you have any questions, please email Ken Mitchell, chair of the Department of Political Science and Sociology, at kmitchel@monmouth.edu, or call him at (732) 263-5893.  Register today! 

New Jersey 4-H Emergency Preparedness Training for Teens:
When an emergency happens, there are two extremely important life-saving skill sets every teen should learn:  1) Understanding how to identify a threat and 2) Knowing how to prepare for it should it become real.  Modeled after the national MyPI program (My Preparedness Initiative), the NJ 4-H Emergency Preparedness Training for Teens (EPTT) aims to work collaboratively with local community partners to teach New Jersey youth valuable leadership and teamwork qualities that not only set them up for later success in life, but can also help prepare them for what to do in the event of an emergency.  Such skills that could be learned during the EPTT program include: decision making abilities, effective communication, and leadership skills.  Additionally, participants will also become CPR / First Aid certified.  Youth are able to participate in the EPTT program through a unique partnership between Burlington County 4-H and the Burlington County Office of Emergency Management.  Sessions include:  Search and Rescue, Situational Awareness, Disaster Psychology, Fire Suppression Training, and CPR / First Aid Certification.  There will also be guest presenters such as representatives from Homeland Security, the Burlington County Office of Emergency Management, and the Fire Department.  Course Information: Date: July 8-10, 2019, Time: 9:30 a.m.- 3:30 p.m., Location: Burlington County Emergency Services Training Center, 53 Academy Drive, Westampton, NJ 08060.  Prerequisite: Must be at least 13 years old AND have completed the 4-H Permission Form as per NOTE 3.  Please register at EPTT Registration.

Volunteers Needed at Rancocas Nature Center:
The Rancocas Nature Center, 794 Rancocas Road (Exit 45A off Rt. 295) Westampton, NJ needs volunteers for help with various activities at the Center.  Some of these include gardening (weeding, planting, watering), working in our gift shop (greeting visitors, answering the phone, taking down program registrations, making sales), caring for our animals (feeding animals, cleaning tanks), creating brochures and program fliers, as well as speakers with expertise on various nature related topics.  Volunteers are also needed to conduct or assist with important research projects.  Those interested in volunteering can go to the Rancocas Nature Center Volunteer site to fill out a volunteer sign-up form and have three reference letters sent to info@rancocasnaturecenter.org.

Jefferson Offers Fashion Merchandising and Management Summer Workshop:
Jefferson is offering a Fashion Merchandising and Management Summer Workshop on Thursday, July 18, 2019.  This free, one day workshop gives high school students the opportunity to learn about careers in the field of Fashion Merchandising and Management.  The workshop will include an overview of the field, a career panel as well as a field trip to visit retailers in charming Manayunk.  Did you know, Fashionista ranks Jefferson’s fashion programs no. 7 in the world and no. 3 in the United States?  The Fashion Merchandising and Management program offers an innovative curriculum, industry engagement and alumni connections.  Our students work with top designers, participate in New York Fashion Week and study abroad.  Here is a glimpse of the day:

•10:00 – 10:30 Fashion Merchandising and Management Overview 
•10:30 – 11:30 Jefferson-East Falls campus tour including the Fashion and Textiles Future Center 
•11:30 – 12:30 Enjoy Lunch on Campus 
•12:30 – 1:15 Career Panel 
•1:30 – 3:30 Visit to Manayunk (students only) 
•1:30 – 3:30 Optional Parent Programming 

If you are interested in this free workshop, please complete this registration form.  Please note, registration is limited for the workshop.  Students are encouraged to register as soon as possible.  If you have any questions, please feel free to call the Office of Admissions at 215-951-2800.

University of New England Offers Health Careers Exploration Camp:
The University of New England (UNE) is pleased to present the University's second annual interprofessional Health Careers Exploration Camp, taking place August 3 – 5, 2019.  The goal of the camp is to provide an opportunity for high school students from rural or underserved communities to explore various careers in health care. Applications are accepted from students throughout the US who will be entering grades 10 - 12 in Fall 2019.  Maine students from rural and underserved communities and those who have more limited access to such opportunities will be given priority consideration.  The deadline to apply for admission to the camp has been extended to June 21, 2019.  Find more information about the camp by downloading our brochure and application form.  Contact us online if you have any questions about the camp.

Adelphi University Offers Summer Pre-College Programs and Summer Sessions: 
Adelphi University in Garden City, New York, offers summer Pre-College Programs and Summer Sessions

Lunch with a CHOP Nursing Professional:
Come to learn more about the nursing profession at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia!  The Lunch with a CHOP Nursing Professional program is geared toward high school and early college students who are considering a career in nursing.  The event will be held Thursday, June 27, 2019, at 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. in CHOP's Abramson Research Building.  To register for this free event, please complete the information at Lunch with a CHOP Nursing Professional.  Seating is limited, please only register if you can definitely attend.

Willingboro Fire Department Youth Fire Academy Class #6:
The Willingboro Fire Department is seeking students, ages 13-17, who are interested in a career in the fire service to participate in the Youth Fire Academy.  This 12 day (Monday-Thursday, 3 weeks) Fire Academy style training program is designed to expose you to the many different aspects that can be found in the fire service community.  The class will be held August 5th-22nd, 2019.  For an application please visit www.willingborofire.org.  Application deadline is July 20, 2019.

College of Saint Elizabeth Offers Explorations in Science Program:
The College of Saint Elizabeth in Morristown, New Jersey, offers their Explorations in Science Program.  For more information and to apply visit the Explorations in Science Program web site or call 973-290-4700.

USF Offers Summer Pre-College Programs:
The University of South Florida offers Summer Pre-College Programs.  This is an opportunity for high school students to take college-level courses over summer.  For more information and to apply visit USF’s Pre-College

SCAD Offers Summer Seminars and Rising Star Program:
The Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) offers a variety of summer pre-college programs with space still available.  SCAD Summer Seminars offer week-long workshops for high school students who have completed their freshman, sophomore or junior years.  Rising Star is a five-week summer program offering current juniors immersion into a creative environment in which they can expand their portfolios and gain summer college experience.  Students enroll in two SCAD courses, which will award college credit.

FDU Offers Cognitive Psychology Summer Course:

Expand your mind while studying the inner workings of the human mind.  Fairleigh-Dickinson University offers a summer pre-college course, "Cognitive Psychology: Understanding the Mind, the Brain and Your Behavior," that delves into the workings of the human mind and applications that use this field of psychology.  Students will learn from a professional psychologist about the practice of diagnosing and treating disorders/ailments.  This summer, explore the in-demand field of Cognitive Psychology and get a taste of the ways that Cognitive Psychologists research mental processes such as learning, feeling, knowing, and thinking.  Register for Metropolitan Campus: Teaneck or register for Florham Campus: Madison.  Pre-College is offered for students in grades 10-12 on both FDU campuses.  Session 1: July 8 to July 18; Session 2: July 22 to Aug. 1.  Classes held Monday—Thursday.  Each Pre-College course counts for 3 college credits!  Questions?  Contact FDU at 201-692-2639 or precollege@fdu.edu.  

The University of Rochester Offers Summer Programs:
If you are looking for a productive way to spend your free time this summer, Pre-College Programs at the University of Rochester are a great way for soon-to-be college-bound students to experience college life.  Students can: 

-   Build a college resume with transferrable credits or subject-based learning.
-   Test drive a college or university students may be interested in applying to.
-   Learn confidence, independence, and critical skills to achieve their goals.
-   Explore state-of-the-art research labs from University faculty and graduate students.
-   Gain experience they can share on college essays or in interviews.
-   Make new friends with peers with similar interests from all over the US and world.

Many of their exciting classes remain open with deadlines approaching quickly.  For more information or to apply visit the University of Rochester's Pre-College Programs web site.
 
LIM College is still accepting registrations for their 2019 Summer Fashion Lab:
Summer Fashion Lab at LIM College is a comprehensive pre-college program that offers credit and non-credit courses.  Students get to study fashion at the college level and experience New York City.  Most importantly, they get to sample college-life at LIM and learn about the world of opportunity that awaits them.  Since 1939, LIM College has helped its students graduate with both a degree and a resume.  Their mission is to empower young people to realize their intellectual and professional potential while giving them the knowledge and skills they need to pursue careers in the business of fashion.  For more information check out LIM's brochure and the overviews of the 2019 Summer Fashion Lab program, including full course descriptions, workshops schedules, and other key information.  If you have any questions, please call or email me. We can even arrange a school visit in the fall.  For questions or more information email Marissa Strong, Pre-College Programs Manager at fashionlab@limcollege.edu.

West Point - ROTC Information Session:
There will be an information session regarding West Point and ROTC in South Jersey on Sunday, June 9th at 1:00 p.m. at the Academic Center at the Rowan University School of Osteopathic Medicine, One Medical Center Drive, Stratford, New Jersey 08084.  The West Point Field Force will present a briefing on what benefits you will receive from West Point.  The West Point experience is focused around the four pillars of CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT not available at any other college.  Character, Academic, Physical and Military. At West Point you will learn and incorporate the ideals of loyalty, respect, integrity, courage and honor in your daily life.  You will learn failure can make you stronger.  Going outside your comfort zone helps you grow.  Character is relevant.  Grit makes the difference in success in life and never, ever quit!  The two paths to Army Officership are West Point and the Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC).  Both of these paths can provide FULL SCHOLARSHIPS.  If you'd like to get more information about each of these paths to becoming an Officer, you are cordially invited to attend an information session.  RSVP to:  vcommisa@westpointfieldforce.org.

Alice Paul Institute Offers the Girls Leadership Council:
The Girls Leadership Council of the Alice Paul Institute will hold Open House programs on Sunday, May 19, 2019.  The goal of Girls Leadership Council is to give members a space they can master women's and girls' issues, learn leadership shills, create international awareness, and advocate for change. The GLC Open House is designed to give an introduction to Alice Paul and the leadership programming available through the Alice Paul Institute!  This event is centered around creating a welcoming environment for those that think API leadership programming might be for them, or a high school aged girl in their life.  For more information and to register visit the Alice Paul Institute.

George Mason University Offers Summer Programs:
George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia, offers a number of summer programs for high school students.  George Mason University offers Music Summer Camps & Workshops  and Digital Video Workshops.

Service Academy Information Day:
The office of Congressman Andy Kim invites you to Service Academy Information Day.  This event is a chance to learn more about our nation's military academys.  The event will take place on Saturday, May 18, 2019 from 12:30 to 2:00 p.m. at 16 Broadway Street, Browns Mills, New Jersey.  To RSVP, please contact NJ03ServiceAcademy@mail.house.gov.

RCBC and Junior Achievement to Offer "Career Workshop" for High School Students:
Rowan College at Burlington County and Junior Achievement have partnered to offer a "Career Workshop" for high school students.  This event will take place on Thursday, May 31, 2019 at RCBC's Mount Laurel Campus from 9:15 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.  Registration is free and lunch is included, along with a program that features:

·Students connect with mentors from Allstate, TIAA, FedEx, Lockheed Martin, and others who will share career opportunities in their field.
·Includes high-energy, hands-on activities that focus on the “four C’s”: Communication, collaboration, creativity, and critical thinking.
·The event is held at RCBC’s beautiful Student Success Center, giving students the opportunity to experience a day on a college campus.
·Open to all students in grades 9-12.  

Registrations will be taken on a first come, first served basis.  For more information on the event please click here for details and to register.  For additional questions contact Christy Tighe at ctighe@ja.org or call 609.903.6875.

Stockton University Offers Stockton CSI Summer Camp:
Stockton CSI is for students with an interest in criminal investigation and trial.  For more information visit Stockton CSI.

Norwich University Offers Summer Architecture Design Academy:

The Architecture + Art Summer Design Academy at Norwich University in Vermont is an exciting hands-on learning experience for students who will be high school sophomores, juniors, or seniors next Fall.  The week long program takes place July 14 to July 20, 2019 and offers a variety of studio, seminar and field experiences, extracurricular activities, and field trips.  For more information visit Norwich's Summer Architecture Design Academy web site.  The application deadline is May 10, 2019.

Susquehanna University Offers Summer Learning Institutes:
Programs include:  Actor's Institute, Choral Institute, Exploring Legal Careers, #GoMedia, I-Engineer, Leadership Institute for Entrepreneurship, Publishing & Editing Institute, Stream Ecology Institute, Wall Street Susquehanna, Sustainability 101, Strings & Keyboard Institute, Wind Ensemble Institute, and Writer's Workshop.  For more information and to apply visit the Susquehanna University Summer Learning Institutes web page.

Student Voice – Community Forum on May 14, 6:30-8:00 WAMS Media Center:
The third community forum meeting in the series on key challenges and stresses faced by students will focus on the path forward.  We will have a discussion about evolving our general approach with the World Class Learner conversation.  That involves more fully integrating social and emotional learning, the evolution of our curriculum to include more authentic problem solving and critical thinking opportunities, and strategic usage of technology.  The goal will be a discussion around the strategies and solutions that we can support together to create a more student-centered learning environment that values and promotes the individual genius in each of our students. We need to hear student voices in this conversation.  If you are interested in attending, please complete the Google registration form at MTPS Community Forum - May 14.

University of Pennsylvania Offers PENN IN FOCUS:
The University of Pennsylvania Office of Undergraduate Admissions is proud to introduce PENN IN FOCUS, a special program for rising high school seniors who wish to explore and celebrate cultural communities that have been historically underrepresented at highly selective universities.  This inaugural, daylong event for students and parents will spotlight Penn’s Ivy League, world-class educational resources and vibrant extracurricular life while underscoring the extensive cultural engagement opportunities infused throughout the intellectual and social experience at Penn.  PENN IN FOCUS will take place on Saturday, June 22, 2019 from 9 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.  The day will feature faculty presentations, panel discussions with students and administrators, student-led campus tours, an overview of Penn’s six Cultural Resource Centers, special programming for parents & guardians, tips from Penn Admissions on the college search and application process, and more.  Breakfast and lunch will be provided.

Who should apply to PENN IN FOCUS?
 A rising high school senior who:
•is within the top 10% of his/her high school graduating class (if the school does not rank, the student should be demonstrating strong academic performance),
•is taking a rigorous academic curriculum,
•has a particular interest in or connection to underrepresented cultural minority groups and communities, 
•seeks an intellectually stimulating and socially engaging college experience.

Regrettably, there is no travel funding available for PENN IN FOCUS.  Students who are members of low-income families are strongly encouraged to apply for the Penn Early Exploration Program.  Students may apply directly via the PENN IN FOCUS web site.  Deadline is Friday, May 17, 2019 at 11:59 p.m. ET.

Rowan University STEAM Academy (STEM + Art = STEAM):
Rowan University's STEAM Academy offers high-achieving middle and high school students the opportunity to experience college life while preparing for their futures.  STEAM Academy courses are taught by top faculty whose diverse curriculum prepares students for college and future career paths.  ´╗┐Support, guidance, and counseling -- combined with academic excellence and engaging extracurriculars makes a STEAM Academy a unique experience.  The 2019 Rowan STEAM Academy will run from July 7 to July 26, 2019.  For more information and to apply visit Rowan's STEAM Academy web site.  If you have any questions you may email STEAMacademy@rowan.edu or call 856-256-5242.

Columbia University Offers Summer Programs for High School Students:
As you start to make your summer plans, you are encouraged to explore the great options at Columbia University.  With programs in New York City and abroad, high-achieving students have the opportunity to gain an Ivy League educational experience, while taking advantage of the historic Columbia campus or the vibrancy of Barcelona, Spain.  The varying academic backgrounds of students who attend these summer programs make the community one of the most diverse at Columbia.  Summer Immersion programs combine academic rigor with lively extracurricular offerings and careful supervision and support. Students can study at Columbia’s beautiful NYC campus or broaden their worldview in Barcelona through one of our pre-college programs.  College Edge offers advanced, college-ready, high school students the opportunity to gain Ivy League experience and earn college credit while taking classes on campus with Columbia University undergraduates.  Students can choose from thousands of courses in a wide variety of subject areas.  The program is open to high school graduates and students entering 11th and 12th grades.  Use the code GC19 to have the $80 application fee waived.  If you have any questions about Columbia University’s Summer Programs for High School Students, contact Columbia University at hsp@columbia.edu.

Ithaca College Offers Summer Programs:
Ithaca College offers a variety of summer programs, including the Ithaca Writers Institute and the Pre-College STEM Institute.  The one-week and three-week "Summer College Sessions" offer a variety of interesting courses also.  For more information and to apply visit Ithaca College's Summer College 2019 web site.  Deadline to register is May 15, 2019. 

National WWII Museum Offers Student Leadership Academy:
The Student Leadership Academy is offered by the National WWII Museum.  It is a 7-day immersive summer learning experience offered every summer for high school and college students at The National WWII Museum in New Orleans.  This year the program takes place from June 24 to June 30, 2019.  For more information about the program, including costs of the program and to register, visit the Student Leadership Academy web site or call 877-813-3329, ext. 514.

AMDA Offers Auditions and Free Workshops:
The American Musical and Dramatic Academy (AMDA) offers auditions and free workshops at their Los Angeles and New York City locations.  For more information visit amda.edu.

Curry College Offers Summer Program in Forensic Science:
If you are interested in pursuing a career in forensic science, Curry College in Milton, Massachusetts is offering a CSI - Forensics summer program for rising sophomores through seniors.  The program will take place from July 8 - July 12, 2019.  Students will have the opportunity to learn the role of a crime scene investigator from an expert CSI and forensic analyst!  Registered students will put their problem solving skills to the test, while discover the science behind crime scene and evidence analysis.  More information can be found at Curry College's  Summer CSI - Forensics Program web site, where students can also register for the program.

Illinois Institute of Technology Offers Summer Programs:
Illinois Tech offers Pre-College Summer Programs on campus.  Want to develop leadership skills, complete a design project, or understand how Google Maps work?  If you are a student who is interested in technology, business, architecture, science, engineering, pre-law, or computers, Illinois Tech's Pre-Collegiate Summer Programs offer dozens of ways to experience these fields up close.  Check out all of our summer offerings at Illinois Tech's Summer Pre-College Programs web site.

Student Volunteers Needed at Bayada Hospice NBH:
Bayada Hospice NBH is looking for rising junior and rising senior student volunteers to be part of their team in their New Jersey Burlington Hospice office located in Mount Laurel, NJ.  In this role, student volunteers would gain knowledge, grow in compassion and share their time and talents with the sick and dying.  Bayada Hospice NBH provides an extensive training program, monitor student activities and write recommendation letters and service hour letters as needed.  They offer the training program during the summer for juniors and seniors to prepare the students prior to the start of the school year.  Upon completing the training, the volunteers may visit the patients that are in local facilities in teams of two volunteers or more, usually on a weekly basis.  Bayada Hospice NBH also need students to help with clerical tasks in their office.  The ideal candidates would be of good character, well-mannered, friendly, reliable and compassionate.  The legal requirements are parental permission, medical clearance (including a TB Test) and criminal background checks.  The students must have their own means of transportation both for training and for volunteering during the school year.  Students considering future health-related careers would also be excellent candidates, although this is not a requirement.  Young people who volunteer become good citizens and remarkable, compassionate, human beings.  If you are interested in further information about the volunteer program, please contact Janet Polidora at (856) 722-7058 or at jpolidora@bayada.com.  See Ms. Berger in the Guidance Office for an application.

Stockton University Offers the Urban Teacher Academy:

Stockton University’s Urban Teacher Academy is offered to high school students interested in becoming teachers.  Special consideration is given to students interested in teaching in urban schools and/or high shortage subject areas such as math, science, special education, world languages, bilingual and early childhood education.  The program will take place from June 24 - July 5, 2019 (no academy July 4).  This program is sponsored by Stockton University with funding provided by the New Jersey Education Association (NJEA).  Application deadline is Friday, May 31, 2019.  To apply use the online application.  For more information see the Urban Teacher Academy flyer or contact Dr. Meg White at 609-626-6077 or Meg.White@stockton.edu.

Reading Skills and Speed Reading Programs Through Rutgers:
The Rutgers University Division of Continuing Studies offers Reading Skills and Speed Reading programs for adults and children this summer in Voorhees, Wenonah, Medford, and Cherry Hill.  Pick up a flyer in the MHS Guidance Office or call 800-903-0162 for more information and to register.

Adelphi University Offers Summer Pre-College Programs:
Adelphi University in Garden City, New York, offers Summer Pre-College Programs.  For more information and to register visit Adelphi's Summer Pre-College Program for High School Students.

Virginia Tech Offers Diversity Programs:
Virginia Tech is committed to diversity among their student body.  To achieve this goal, they are offering several programs focused on building student populations from different backgrounds. 

Native@VT Powwow:  Saturday, April 6, Graduate Life Center Lawn.  A celebration of the spirit of Native Cultures, open to all.  See the Native@VP Powwow flyer for more information.

Black College Institute:  Three sessions during the summer, Blacksburg.  The Black College Institute is a 5-day academic summer enrichment program inviting talented, high achieving and intellectually curious rising high school juniors and seniors from Virginia and abroad.  For more information and to apply visit the Black College Institute.

Hispanic College Institute:  In partnership with Valhen, this program empowers Latinx students in the Commonwealth of Virginia with the tools to succeed in high school, college, and beyond.  For more information and to apply visit the Hispanic College Institute.

STEMability:  Fun and engaging summer camps to serve, train, empower, and mentor high school students with disabilities while exposing them to science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.  For more information and to apply visit STEMability.

Drexel University Offers Summer Business Camp:
The LeBow College of Business at Drexel University offers the Camp Business program.  For more information and to register visit Drexel's Camp Business.

Alice Paul Professional Leadership Institute (APPLI):
Teen girls, ages 14 - 18, prepare for their futures in the Alice Paul Professional Leadership Institute (APPLI).  Session 1 is from July 8 - July 12, 2019 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.  To register visit the Alice Paul Institute.

Marymount Manhattan College Offers Summer Programs:
Marymount Manhattan College, a vibrant, close-knit community of creative and intellectually curious students, faculty, and staff in the heart of New York City, offers two exceptional programs to rising high school juniors and seniors:

United Nations Summer Intensive:  Sunday, July 7–Sunday, July 14
This week-long program offers qualified students the opportunity to engage the United Nations directly on issues relating to international affairs, development, the environment, women’s empowerment, and peace and security issues.  Learn more about the classes, schedule, and faculty or share the flyer.

Slice of New York Pre-College Summer Intensive:  Sunday, July 14–Saturday, July 20
This week-long program offers qualified students the opportunity to sample “slices” of college curriculum in seminars led by MMC faculty members coupled with educational excursion offerings in New York City.  Get the details on each of the seminars and download the flyer to help promote it to your students. 

If you have questions about either opportunity, you can contact Cindy Mercer at cmercer@mmm.edu.

Saint Xavier University Offers Summer Camps and Courses:
Saint Xavier University in Chicago, Illinois is offering numerous camps and course experiences for area students interested in exploring various areas of interest this summer!  These camps and courses will incorporate practical lessons and hands-on learning led by Saint Xavier faculty and staff!

SUMMER CAMPS:
•Boys Basketball Camp: Monday, June 24 – Thursday, June 27
•Jazz Band Camp: Monday, July 15 – Friday, July 19
•Girls Softball Skills Camp: Friday, August 2
•Student Media Camp: Monday, June 24 – Friday, June 28
•Volleyball Camp (Boys and Girls): Tuesday, July 9 – Wednesday, July 10
•Youth Lacrosse Camp (Boys and Girls): Monday, June 24 – Wednesday, June 26

DUAL CREDIT SUMMER COURSES:
•Intro to Nursing Dual Credit Course: Monday, July 8 – Thursday, July 18
•Intro to Speech-Language Pathology Dual Credit Course: Monday, July 8 – Wednesday, July 17
•Summer Logic Dual Credit Course: Monday, Wednesday, and Friday June 3 – July 3

All prospective students and families are encouraged to visit campus this summer.  Saint Xavier University offers appointments and campus tours Monday – Friday and Saturday mornings.  Also, save the date for their Summer Campus Preview Day held on Saturday, July 20, 2019!  For more information and to register visit Saint Xavier University Camps and Course Experiences.

Rider University Offers Summer Pre-College Programs:
Rider University offers a variety of Summer Pre-College Programs, including the BRONCast Sports Media Academy, the BRONC Tank Entrepreneurial Academy, the Real to Reel:  Film Acting and Video Academy, the Musical Theatre Institute, the Contemporary Vocal Institute, and the Westminster Summer Program for Young Artists.  For more information and to register visit Rider Pre-College Programs.

Barnard College Offers "Barnard Bound" Program:
Rising seniors (current juniors) are encouraged to consider the 2019 Barnard Bound program.  Barnard Bound provides a taste of both Barnard College and New York City for promising young women who will be high school seniors during the 19-20 academic year and who self-identity as students of color (which we define as individuals from Black/African-American, Hispanic/Latina, American Indian/Alaskan Native, Asian, bi- and multi-racial backgrounds).  This program is open to students coming from the Continental US and Barnard especially welcomes applications from those students who may not otherwise be able to afford to visit.  The program will take place on Saturday, October 12 - Sunday, October 13, 2019 and continue through Barnard's Open House on Monday, October 14, 2019.  If you wish to be nominated to attend, see your Guidance Counselor, as they need to complete the nomination for you via Barnard's adviser recommendation form which will be available on Barnard's website on Friday, May 3, 2019.

Barnard Bound is designed to provide interested young women with the opportunity to:
•Stay overnight on campus with a current Barnard student and get a taste of student life.
•Experience the cultural diversity of New York City and the charm of our Morningside Heights neighborhood.
•Participate in workshops, panels, and classes
•Meet and interact with current Barnard students, faculty, and administrators.

Expenses for program-related events, subway passes, and meals will be covered by Barnard College for all attendees.  Student applications will be available on Barnard's website on Friday, May 10th.  All recommendations and student applications (including a high school transcript and most recent progress grades) are due Monday, June 17, 2019.  Students will be notified of their decisions by mid-August.  If you have any questions, feel free to email barnardbound@gmail.com or visit Barnard's "Barnard Bound"  website.

Volunteers Needed for Spring 2019 Litter Cleanup:
Burlington County Clean Communities announces their Spring 2019 Litter Cleanup.  They are looking for volunteers for their project on May 4, 2019 at Amico Park Island in Delran.  The program will be from 9 a.m. to noon.  To register, email cleancomm@co.burlington.nj.us.  Participants younger than age 16 must be accompanied by an adult; Parent/Guardian signed waivers are required for all volunteers under age 18; and Participants in need of community service hours must register prior to cleanup.  Bags, gloves, grabbers, light refreshments, and water to refill your reusable water bottle will be provided.  Free shopping tote to all volunteers.

West Point Presentation at Seton Hall University:
On Sunday, May 19, 2019 at  1 p.m., the West Point Field Force will present a briefing on "What you will get from West Point that you will not get from an Ivy League Top Tier University."  The event will take place at Seton Hall University, Jubilee Hall, South Orange, New Jersey.  If interested, you must RSVP to vcommisa@westpointfieldforce.org.

Rowan Academy of Mobile Programming (RAMP) Summer Camp Program:
The Rowan Academy of Mobile Programming (RAMP) is a four-day, non-residential computer science summer workshop for middle and high school students hosted by the Department of Computer Science at Rowan University's Glassboro campus.   The RAMP program is designed to get students excited about computer science and technology while getting a glimpse of the college experience.  At RAMP, students will be introduced to basic computer science principles while learning how to create custom apps and games on mobile devices.  Using easy-to-learn programs such as the MIT App Inventor for Android and SWIFT for iOS, RAMP will educate and enable students who have no prior programming experience.  While attending RAMP, students will have the unique opportunity to experience the college environment with lunch at a Rowan dining hall, visit to the Edelman Planetarium, and a campus tour.  The instructor is Dr. John Robinson, Department of Computer Science.  Middle School RAMP Session: July 9-12, 2019, open to students entering 7th-8th grades; High School RAMP Session: July 16-19, 2019, open to students entering 9th-12th grades.  Both sessions run Tuesday-Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.  Tuition: $225/student (includes lunch and T-shirt).  Register at RAMP Summer Camp.  Following registration, a parent or guardian must complete the RAMP Summer Camp Waiver Form by July 1.  For more information, please contact Brigid Milone at milone@rowan.edu or (856)256-4827.

Rowan Offers Innovative Summer Cyber (RISC) Camp for High School Students:
The Department of Computer Science at Rowan University is pleased to offer the the RISC Camp for High School Students, a non-residential cybersecurity summer program.  The program is generously funded by the National Science Foundation.  RISC is a five-day program that provides an introduction to the fundamentals of cybersecurity and Internet of Things (IoT) through a combination of instructions and hands-on activities.  No experience in cybersecurity or computer programming is needed to apply.  The program is FREE to accepted applicants.  Note, this program is subject to the availability of funds.  The RISC Camp for High School Students is open to students entering grades 9 through 12.  The program will take place from July 8 to July 12, 2019.  Application deadline is May 1, 2019.  For more information and to apply visit Rowan's Innovative Summer Cyber (RISC) camp.

Bucknell University Offers BASE Summer Program for Rising Juniors and Seniors:
The Bucknell Academy Summer Experience (BASE) is a collaborative residential experience where students are invited to explore the value of a liberal arts perspective in making challenging decisions to improve today’s world.  At BASE, faculty and students from various academic disciplines will engage in classroom discussions in an effort to come up with creative solutions.  BASE participants will have the opportunity to:  learn about exciting current world issues, develop creative problem solving skills, collaborate with faculty and peers, experience the liberal arts education, and explore Bucknell’s campus.  Program is offered from June 23 – 27, 2019.  Eligibility:  High school students who will be rising juniors or seniors are welcome to apply.  Application:  The deadline to apply is April 20, 2019.  Notification:   Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.  For more information or to apply visit Bucknell Academy Summer Experience.  You may also email  BASE@bucknell.edu.

Catholic University Offers Pre-College Program in Applied Mathematics:
The Catholic University of America in  Washington, D.C. offers a Pre-College Program in Applied Mathematics from June 23 to June 28, 2019.  This residential program is intended for rising high school freshmen, sophomore, juniors, and seniors as well as 2019 high school graduates looking for a pre-college experience.  The program is called Applied Math in Action!, an action-packed week with math sessions each day in subjects outside the normal high school curriculum, so they are accessible to all levels: cryptography, game theory, modelling rocket trajectories & more,  as well as invited speakers and other educational activities.  It will also feature several fun excursions around Washington, D.C. and allow students to experience a week of college life on Catholic University's beautiful campus.  Because the math topics are outside the normal series of mathematics topics taught in high school, students do not need advanced coursework to participate, but only an interest in mathematics and STEM.  For more information visit Applied Math in Action at CUA.  You may also email Professor Anita M. Shagnea, Coordinator of Applied Math in Action! Pre-college Summer Program at shagnea@cua.edu.

Tyler School of Art at Temple U. Offers Visual Studies Academy and Other Programs:
The Tyler School of Art at Temple University is offering the Visual Studies Academy, which has an application deadline of May 9, 2019.  They are also offering a variety of other Teen and Pre-College programs including:  Pre-College Summer Workshops, Summer Portfolio Boot Camp, and the Architecture Institute.  For more information about programs, costs, and how to apply, visit Temple's Tyler School of Art Teen and Pre-College Program.

Fashion Design High School Workshop Offered by RCBC:
Rowan College at Burlington County offers their Fashion Design High School Workshop.  The program is a one-week workshop for students 14-18 years of age (must be entering 9th grade).  The program runs from Monday, June 24 through Friday, June 28, 2019 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.  Students who have an interest in fashion design and merchandising will experience fashion-related, college-level courses in a relaxed and creative environment.  Each day will include a variety of courses that cover introductory fashion drawing, online trending and research, introductory sewing on Juki machines, draping on dress forms as well as guest speakers.  The week will wrap up with a merchandising presentation for your family and friends.  Course # SYFS-108, Cost: $325.00, Mount Holly Campus.  To register, please visit rcbc.edu/ppd.  Select Summer Youth Programs / Arts & Crafts / Fashion.  For more information, please email Fashion Program Coordinator Lisa Steinberg at fashion@rcbc.edu.

Norwich University Offers GenCyber Forensics Camp:
From June 23-29, 2019, Norwich University offers their GenCyber Forensics Camp.  Do you want to train in Cyber Security & Digital Forensics?  You will dive deep into the cyber-realm with tools used by police forces around the world through a series of gaming, modeling, and simulation activities at this week-long GenCyber program.  PLUS - All participants will be provided with the hardware and software to create their own mobile forensics tools which they'll keep at the end of the program!  Free for all participants! GenCyber is funded by a grant from the National Security Agency and National Science Foundation.  GenCyberForensics@NU features:  Learn about the different jobs within forensics; Detailed training with hands-on exercises in several tools used for analyzing computers and mobile devices – with the opportunity to take an industry-recognized certification exam!; Follow the breadcrumbs: Including Norwich’s digital detective whodunit!; Guest Speakers: Experts will present “hot topics” in forensics and facilitate a Q&A; and Competitive Exercises: Surprise cyber forensic challenges with prizes awarded to the winners.  Why GenCyber at Norwich? Norwich University is a Center for Digital Forensic Excellence designated by the Department of Defense.  Applications are due April 7, 2019.  Register at Gen Cyber Forensics Summer Camp.

Norwich University Offers Future Leadership Camp:
At Norwich University's Future Leader Camp (FLC), participants join together for two-weeks of military-style adventure & wilderness survival training, team challenges, physical fitness training, and revolving leadership positions.  Activities include rappelling, paintball, first-aid training, classroom instruction, a challenge course, and more.   Students who attend as high school sophomores or juniors are eligible for a $2,000 FLC Scholarship that will apply to Norwich University tuition for four years!  Pick from either of the two sessions offered this summer.  The application deadline is coming up!.  For more information and to register visit Norwich Futures Leaders Camp.

Davidson College Offers "July Experience":

July Experience is a three-week academic pre-college program on Davidson’s North Carolina campus for rising high school juniors and seniors.  Students take two classes from Davidson professors, live in the dorms with a diverse cohort of peers and Davidson student mentors, and have the opportunity to participate in workshops with Davidson admission staff.  The 2019 session runs June 30th–July 20th and applications are due by Monday, April 8th.  For more information and to apply visit https://www.davidson.edu/offices/july-experience.

Ronald McDonald House of Southern New Jersey - Teen Advisory Council:
The Ronald McDonald House of Southern New Jersey is currently accepting applications for their 2019-2020 Teen Advisory Council (TAC).  Their TAC is comprised of approximately sixty students from several local high schools.  Students on the TAC are asked to plan a fundraiser at their high school, participate in a children's activity at the Ronald McDonald House, as well as assist in the planning of the "Spare Some Love" bowling fundraiser.  The Teen Advisory Council successfully raised over $40,000 for the Ronald McDonald House last year.  Additional information and the Teen Advisory Council application can be found at the following website: https://ronaldhouse-snj.org/who-we-are/teen-advisory-council/.  The application deadline is April 10, 2019.

NJIT Hosts their Annual Splash Program:
NJIT is hosting its annual program called Splash, and would like to invite students from grades 9-12 to its campus on Saturday, April 13, 2019 for a fun day of learning!  Splash is an educational outreach program that provides high school students with opportunities to learn in fun, exciting ways.  It is a daylong event where students can take classes on a multitude of topics taught by college students themselves.  Splash @ NJIT will run from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., and will entail many exciting activities.  Lunch will be provided, and in addition to the classes, there will be walk-in activities.  Parents and guardians are more than welcome to attend this event!  Other than the classes, there will be tours for the parents and seminars on everything from admissions to financial aid.  The cost of the program is $10.  Registration is now open, and students can register at https://njitsplash.learningu.org/.  If you have further questions you can email the NJIT Splash Team at njitsplash@gmail.com

Catholic University of America in Washington D.C. Offers Summer Business Institute:
The Regular Application Deadline for the 2019 Summer Business Institute (SBI) at Catholic University is on Wednesday, May 15, 2019.  SBI is a great opportunity for rising high school juniors and seniors to explore different areas of business, experience college life, make valuable connections, and strengthen their college application.  The total program cost is $500.  This includes tuition, housing, meals, and excursions.   Students can learn more about the program this video and can apply at CUA Summer Business Institute.  If you have any questions contact Alexandra Walton, Director of High School Programming at 202-319-4769 or by email at waltona@cua.edu.

Pace University Offers Summer Scholars Institute:

Pace University's Summer Scholars Institute is designed for highly motivated and talented high school juniors and seniors eager to experience what college can be like academically, intellectually, and socially.  Held at Pace's New York City Campus, this two-week program, combines study in one of five disciplines with active exploration of NYC’s cultural life—and events designed to complement the curriculum.  Students can choose from the following academic tracks: Business, Criminal Justice, Digital Film Production, Psychology, and Theater Arts.  The 2019 program runs from July 14-27, 2019, and costs $3,000 which includes course instruction, reading materials, two meals per day, housing, and events.  Students who complete the program and are admitted to Pace University as an undergraduate will receive three general credits toward their degree, as well as a yearly $3,000 scholarship if a competitive GPA of 3.0 or above is maintained.  Interested students are encouraged to apply today!  Applications will be accepted until April 15, 2019.  For more information about the program please visit https://www.pace.edu/summer-scholars, or contact Pace at (212) 346-1915 or summerscholar@pace.edu.

Liberty Lake Foundation for Youth Looking for Volunteers:
The Liberty Lake Foundation for Youth is looking for volunteers for their Annual Community Day on Saturday, May 4, 2019 from 11 a.m. - 3 p.m.  If interested email Brandi Carnivale, Director, Liberty Lake Foundation for Youth at Brandi@libertylakefoundation.org.

Running & Winning Workshop at MHS on April 17, 2019:
Attention 10th and 11th grade girls enrolled in US History I, US History II, AP US History, and/or AP Government classes.  The Running & Winning Workshop will be held at MHS on April 17, 2019.  It is a workshop for young women to think about getting involved in the political process and to develop leadership skills.  Breakfast and lunch will be served.   *The first 48 girls to register will attend the program.  

WHO:  Moorestown High School Girls and Burlington County elected officials
WHAT: Elected officials introductions; Students interview elected officials.  Student teams, aided by facilitators, develop campaign strategy.  Student teams present their campaigns and get certificates.
WHEN:  Wednesday April 17, 2019  from 7:50 a.m. - 2 p.m.
WHERE: Moorestown High School Media Center

* To register, please visit: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1kjYCM55iCykX_yCHBT_3CE84nSsYUBEXCg1gx3lw_rs/viewform?edit_requested=true.  (You must be logged into your mtps.us account in order to access this Google Form.)

Moorestown Extended Day Care Program is Seeking Volunteers:

The Moorestown Extended Day Care Program is seeking High School students interested in volunteering at our after school program.  Volunteers are needed for Baker, South Valley, Roberts, and the UES.  If you are interested in volunteering one or more afternoons per week, please contact Lauren McGlone at lmcglone@mtps.com; 856-778-6600 ext. 18151.

Volunteering - Are you considering a career in education?:
If you are considering a career in education, visit Mrs. Lomas in A205 any day 12th period and learn more about volunteering in Baker Elementary kindergarten with the Future Teachers/Classroom Helpers Club.  It's a great way to gain volunteer hours and experience in your future career regardless of what age children you plan to teach in the future.

Case Western Reserve University Offers Pre-Collegiate Summer Programs:
Pre-Collegiate Summer Programs at Case Western Reserve University fully immerse high school students in a college curriculum, conversations, and activities.  Programs include Imagine Science, Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Social Justice, and Women in STEM.  The programs are offered from June 23 to July 13, 2019.  Application deadline is May 1, 2019 for U.S. citizens.  Find our more information regarding curriculum, program costs, and how to apply, and visit the Pre-Collegiate Summer Programs web site.

University of Virginia Offers Cornerstone Summer Institute:
The Cornerstone Summer Institute is a week-long summer camp at the University of Virginia where high school students learn about slavery and its legacies by exploring the University, Charlottesville, and area landmarks.  The camp provides rising high school sophomores, juniors, and seniors with the opportunity to engage in historical investigation, archaeological excavation, and community engagement in order to learn and develop thinking skills that will prepare them for success in college and beyond.  Applications are being accepted on a rolling basis until April 22, 2019.  Some financial aid is available for students with demonstrated need.  For more information and to apply, visit The Cornerstone Summer Institute at the University of Virginia.

Rotary Youth Leadership Award:

Rotary Youth Leadership Awards (RYLA) is an intensive leadership experience organized by Rotary clubs and districts where you develop your skills as a leader while having fun and making connections.  High school students who have demonstrated superior leadership and training skills in their communities are invited to apply for sponsorship to RYLA.  Rotary International, District 7505, is proud to announce that this year's RYLA North will be held on June 29 - July 2, 2019 at Monmouth University in West Long Branch, NJ.  To apply visit RYLA7505.org/interested.  If you are selected, you will be separately invited to submit your formal application by April 15, 2019.  For more information contact the RYLA North Chair, Bryan O'Donnell at odonnell.bryan.p@gmail.com.

Drew University Offers Pre-College Summer Program in Ireland:
Drew University offers their Institute of Study Abroad Ireland Summer Pre-College Program.  Dates of the program are July 9 - 30, 2019 in Donegal, Ireland.  The program is specifically designed for high school students aged 15 - 17.  Students who successfully complete the program will receive three college credits from Drew University.  Application deadline is March 2, 2019.  For more information and to apply visit drew.edu/IrelandSummer.

Rutgers School of Public Health Offers PHocus Summer Program:
PHocus (Public Health Outbreaks, Community & Urban Studies) will be hosted by the Rutgers School of Public Health.  Incoming 9th-12th grade students are may register to participate.  For more information and to apply visit https://sph.rutgers.edu/training/phocus/index.html.  If you have any questions you may email summercamp@sph.rutgers.edu.

Susquehanna University's The Apprentice Writer is Accepting Submissions:
For more information visit http://www.apprenticewriter.com/ and http://www.apprenticewriter.com/submission-guidelines/.

Marist College Offers Summer Pre-College Programs:

Marist Summer Pre-College is an academic program for rising high school juniors and seniors.  Students will earn three to six transferable college credits and will learn from experienced faculty and industry professionals, all while spending part of their summer in the heart of the historic Hudson River Valley.  Session #1 (June 30, 2019 - July 13, 2019) includes:  Business, Criminal Justice, Cybersecurity, Fashion Design, Fashion Merchandising, Film and TV Production, Pre-Health, Psychology, and Sports Communication.  Session #2 (July 14, 2019 - July 27, 2019) includes:  Creative Writing, Digital Media, Entrepreneurship, Environmental Science, Fashion Design, Fashion Merchandising, Game Design, Pre-Health, Pre-Law, and Theatre.  There are also commuter programs available in New York City.  For more information visit Marist's Summer Pre-College Program web site.  You may also call 845-575-3226 or email precollege@marist.edu.

Camp Neuro for Students Interested in a Career Medicine or Psychology:
Camp Neuro serves as an introduction for high school students interested in a career in medicine or psychology.  For more information regarding the program, including costs and application deadlines, or to apply visit www.campneuro.org.

Camp Cardiac for Students Interested in a Career Medicine:
Camp Cardiac serves as an introduction for high school students interested in a career in medicine.  For more information regarding the program, including costs and application deadlines, or to apply visit www.campcardiac.org.

Harvard University Offers Summer Pre-College Program:
For more information visit https://www.summer.harvard.edu/high-school-programs/pre-college-program.

Boston University Offers Academy of Media Production Summer Program:
Boston University's Academy of Media Production (AMP) is a complete media experience for high school students.  For more information visit www.academyofmediaproduction.com/amp/.  The application deadline is March 31, 2019.  Program Dates:  July 8 - August 2, 2019.  Program Info & Application Materials: bu.edu/amp.  Questions?  Contact the program at buamp@bu.edu.

Summer Programs Offered on MIT Campus:
For more information visit mitadmissions.org/apply/prepare/summer.

Barnard College Offers "Summer in the City" and Other Summer Program:
For more information visit https://www.barnard.edu/summer.

Pennsylvania College of Technology Offers Summer Programs:
For more information visit https://www.pct.edu/summercamps/.

Campus Oxford Offers a Variety of Summer Programs in England:
Campus Oxford offers a number of academic and cultural summer programs in England.  For more information visit https://campusoxford.com/.

Pratt Institute Offers Summer, Spring, and Fall Pre-College Programs:
For more information visit https://www.pratt.edu/academics/continuing-education-and-professional/precollege/.

Parsons School of Design Offers Pre-College Academy:
For more information visit
 www.newschool.edu/parsons/pre-college-academy/.

Berklee College of Music Offers Summer Programs:
For more information visit https://www.berklee.edu/summer.

2019 Leadership Conference for Teen Girls:
Finding the Fabulous announces their REVOLUTION Teen Conference to be held Friday, May 31, 2019 through Sunday, June 2, 2019 at the College of St. Elizabeth in Morristown, New Jersey.  For more information and to register visit http://www.findingthefabulous.net/conference/.

Drexel University Offers a Variety of Pre-College Summer Institutes:
Drexel University's Summer Institutes offer a variety of programs, including Arts & Sciences, Biomedical Engineering, Business, Engineering, Hospitality and Sports Management, Law, Media Arts & Design, Medicine, and Nursing and Health Professions.  For more information visit www.drexel.edu/undergrad/summer/.

Drexel University Offers Materials Science and Engineering Summer Institute:
For more information visit https://drexel.edu/engineering/academics/high-school-programs/materials-summer-institute/

"Campus NYC" Offers Culinary Arts Summer Program:
For more information visit campusnyc.org/.

George Washington University Offers Pre-College Programs:
George Washington University in Washington, D.C., offers their Pre-College Programs.  To learn more about course descriptions, costs, application requirements, and to apply, visit precollege.gwu.edu.

NYU Offers Summer Programs for High School Students:
New York University offers summer and weekend programs for high school students.  For more information visit scps.nyu.edu/academics/hsacademy.html.

Syracuse University Offers Summer College for High School Students:
For more information visit summercollege.syr.edu/.

California College of the Arts Offers Summer Pre-College Program:
For more information visit https://www.cca.edu/academics/pre-college/.

The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania Offers Summer Pre-College Programs:
For more information visit https://www.wharton.upenn.edu/pre-college-programs/.

Loyola University in Chicago Offers Summer Scholars Program:
For more information visit luc.edu/summerscholars/.

CIP Offers a Variety of Programs for Students with Asberger's, ADHD, and LD:
CIP (College Internship Program) offers a variety of programs for students with Asberger's, ADHD, and Learning Differences.  For more information visit cipworldwide.org/summer/.

Fashion Institute of Design & Merchandising (FIDM) Offers Summer Program:
FIDM offers their 3 Days of Fashion summer program for high school students.  For more information visit FIDM's 3 Days of Fashion web page.

Summit Camp & Travel Offers Summer Programs for Teens with Social Challenges:
Summit offers programs for children and teens with learning and social challenges.  For more information visit www.summitcamp.com/.

Campus Tours Offered By goCAMPUSing:
A variety of college tour programs are offered by goCAMPUSing.  For more information visit www.gocampusing.com/.

Bay Path University Offers Summer Programs:
For more information visit www.baypath.edu/academics/undergraduate-programs/summer-school/.

Landmark College Offers Summer Programs:
Landmark College, a leader in creating learning strategies for students with learning differences, offers summer programs.  For more information visit https://www.landmark.edu/summer.

Envision Offers Summer Programs:
For more information visit https://www.envisionexperience.com/.

Summer Programs Offered by the American Academy of Dramatic Arts:
For more information visit https://www.aada.edu/summer-program.

New York Times Offers Their Summer Academy:
The School of the New York Times offers their Summer Academy.  For more information visit https://www.nytedu.com/.

Washington University in St. Louis Offers Summer Programs:
For more information visit summerexperiences.wustl.edu/.

VISIONS Service Adventures:
Summer programs are available through VISIONS Service Adventures.  For more information visit https://www.visionsserviceadventures.com/.

Teen Line Needs Volunteers:
CONTACT of Burlington County needs volunteers for their Teen Line.  For more information visit contactburlco.org/volunteer/.  You may also call 856-234-5484, ext. 214.

Bryant University Offers Accounting Careers Leadership Institute:
Bryant University in Rhode Island offers the PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) Accounting Leadership Institute.  To apply, students must be college-bound African-American or Latino students who are rising high school seniors.  For more information on other requirements and other program information visit https://departments.bryant.edu/accounting/pwc-acl.htm.

Myra Kraft Transitional Year Program at Brandeis University:
Brandeis University offers their Myra 
Kraft Transitional Year Program.  The Myra Kraft TYP is an empowering educational experience for students who have shown academic promise, tenacity, leadership, and resilience in their life experiences, but have had limitations to their pre-college academic opportunities.  Application deadline is February 1, 2019.  For more information visit www.brandeis.edu/admissions/apply/mktyp.html.

Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) Offers Summer Pre-College Programs:
For more information visit www.scad.edu/academics/pre-college-summer-programs.

United States Military Academy -- Summer Leaders Experience (SLE):
The United States Military Academy at West Point offers their Summer Leaders Experience (SLE).  For more information and to apply visit https://www.westpoint.edu/admissions/summer-program.

Youth for Understanding Offers Summer Study Abroad Programs:
For more information visit https://www.yfuusa.org/.

Engineering Innovation Program Offered at Johns Hopkins University:
For more information visit https://engineering.jhu.edu/ei/.

Epilepsy Foundation Offers Camp Nova:
For more information visit http://www.familyresourcenetwork.org/what-we-offer/program/ or  https://www.familyresourcenetwork.org/event/camp-nova-3-2/?instance_id=17.

Baruch College Offers the Baruch Leadership Academy:
For more information visit www.baruch.cuny.edu/academy/index.html.

Georgetown University Offers Summer Programs for High School Students:
For more information visit scs.georgetown.edu/departments/21/summer-programs-for-high-school-students/home.

Young Arts Offers Programs:
For more information visit www.youngarts.org/.

Tyler School of Art at Temple University Offers Many Teen and Pre-College Programs:
The Tyler School of Art at Temple University offers Weekend Workshops and a variety of other Teen and Pre-College programs.  For more information about programs, costs, and how to apply, visit https://tyler.temple.edu/continuing-education-program/teenpre-college-programs.

Summer Pre-College Programs at The College of New Jersey:
TCNJ offers various summer programs.  For more information visit https://precollege.tcnj.edu/courses/.

Smithsonian Student Adventures:
For more information visit https://smithsonianstudentadventures.com.

NJCTS Offers Tim Howard Leadership Academy for Students with Tourette Syndrome:
For more information visit njcts.org/teamup/.

Susquehanna University Offers Summer High School Programs:
For more information visit https://www.susqu.edu/about-su/in-the-community/summer-high-school-programs.

Boston University Offers Summer Programs for High School Students:
For more information visit www.bu.edu/summer/high-school-programs/.

Experience America Offers Summer Programs:
Programs include fashion, video game development, entrepreneurship, and Experience Japan.  For more information visit https://www.experienceamerica.com/.

NJIT Offers Pre-College Programs:
The New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT) offers Pre-College programs in a variety of areas.  For more information visit the NJIT Center for Pre-College Programs page.

The University of the Arts Offers Their Pre-College Summer Institute:
The University of the Arts in Philadelphia offers their Pre-College Summer Institute.  For more information and to register visit uarts.edu/summerinstitute.

Bryant University Offers Global Leadership Summer Program:
Rising juniors or seniors who have dreamed of becoming successful CEOs, entrepreneurs, or leaders in international business may be interested in the Bryant Global Leadership Summer Program.  The program will run from Monday, June 17 - Friday, June 21, 2019.  Bryant's program is uniquely designed to help high school students explore a career in international business, prepare for college life, learning, and meet students and professionals from around the world.  They use a combination of interactive teaching methods and exposure to real-world experience in international finance, marketing, management, and global supply chain management to help them grow and become innovative leaders.  Bryant’s International Business program has been ranked #25 in the country by the prestigious U.S. New World Report.  One of the University’s most popular and fast-growing programs, International Business has climbed steadily in the rankings since its first class graduated in 2008.  The program attracts some of the most academically accomplished men and women from around the country.  During this transformational five-day overnight experience, students will get to visit local businesses, listen to successful leaders from around the world, and learn from Bryant’s international business professors, and network with alumni.  Space is limited and there is an application process to attend this leadership program. Students must be rising juniors or seniors.  Scholarships are available.  Students can APPLY HERE, by Monday, April 8, 2019 to be considered.

Rutgers Offers BOLD Initiative for the Summer of 2019:
The Cancer Institute of New Jersey at Rutgers University announces the BOLD (BioCONECT Oncology Leadership Development) Initiative.  For more information and to apply visit http://www.cinj.org/bold.

Rutgers University Offers Summer Programs:
Rutgers University offers their Summer Session New Brunswick.  For more information visit http://summersession.rutgers.edu/.  If you have questions, email Rutgers at precollege@em.rutgers.edu.

Northeastern University Offers "Accelerate: Pre-College Programs":
The Accelerate: Pre-College Programs at Northeastern University offers summer programs in Design Discovery, Engineering Innovation and Design, Bioengineering Immersion, Innovations in Health Sciences and Health Professions, Hacking IOT,  Humanity in a Digital World, Sustainable Chemistry and Renewable Energy, and Experiential Entrepreneurship.  Visit Accelerate: Pre-College Programs for more information regarding costs, deadlines, etc.  You may also email them at precollegeprograms@northeastern.edu or call 617-373-2200.

Boston Leadership Institute Offers Summer STEM Programs:
Visit http://bostonleadershipinstitute.com/index.html for more information.

Ronald Reagan Student Leadership Program:
Deadline to apply is April 12, 2018.  For more information and to apply, visit https://www.reaganfoundation.org/education/student-leadership-program/.

TCNJ Offers Summer Pre-College Programs for High School Students:
For more information visit precollege.tcnj.edu/academy-series/.

American Collegiate Adventures (ACA) Offers Summer Pre-College Programs:
For more information visit www.acasummer.com/.

Otis College of Art and Design Offers Summer Art Program:
Located in Los Angeles, California, Otis College of Art and Design offers their Summer of Art program.  For more information visit www.otis.edu/summer-art.

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Offers Summer Programs:
For more information visit summer.rpi.edu/programs/42/High%20School.

Rutgers University Offers Summer Academies:
Rutgers University offers the following summer academies:  the Pre-Engineering Summer Academy, the iSTEM Academy, and the Leadership Academy.  To learn more about these academies, attend an online information session.  For more information email precollegeacademies@docs.rutgers.edu or call 848-932-7565.

Smith College Offers Summer Engineering Program for Women:
Smith College offers the Smith Summer Science and Engineering Program (SSEP) for exceptional young women with strong interests in science, engineering, and medicine.  For more information visit https://www.smith.edu/summer/programs_ssep.php.

Carnegie Mellon University Offers Summer Pre-College Programs:
For more information visit admission.enrollment.cmu.edu/pages/pre-college/.

Centenary College Offers Centenary Summer Scholars Program:
Centenary College offers pre-college summer programs to high school students through their Centenary Summer Scholars program.  For more information on programs, dates, and costs, visit www.centenarysummerscholars.org/.

U.S. Naval Academy Offers Programs for High School Students:
The U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, MD, offers a Summer Seminar and a Summer STEM Program for high school students.  For more information and to apply, visit https://www.usna.edu/Admissions/Programs/.


The University of Alabama Offers UA Early College:

The University of Alabama's Early College offers students the opportunity to take classes, participate in fun, engaging social activities, meet other UAEC students from across the country, and to live in a premier residence hall on the University of Alabama campus.  For more information and to apply, visit uaearlycollege.ua.edu.  You may also call 205-348-7083 or email earlycollege@ua.edu.

YMCA Offers Summer Programs:
The YMCA offers summer programs for youth and teens ages 13 to 16.  These programs include the YMCA's "Bold and Gold" Outdoor Leadership Development Program.  For more information and to register visit www.ycamp.org.

YMCA Offers Teen Leaders Club:
The YMCA offers their Teen Leaders Club.  For more information visit https://ycamp.org/families-teens/teen-leaders-club/.

Summer Employment with Moorestown Department of Parks and Recreation:
The Department of Parks and Recreation will be collecting applications for Summer Parks positions starting January 4, 2019.  Deadline for applying is March 8, 2019.  Please download, fill out and submit the application to the Department of Parks and Recreation, 111 West Second Street, Moorestown, NJ 08057.  You must be 16 years of age by June 24, 2019 to apply for a paid position.  For an application visit http://www.moorestown.nj.us/370/Employment-Information.

Cornell University Offers Summer Engineering Academies:
Cornell University offers the CURIE Academy and the CATALYST Academy, which are one-week summer residential programs for high school students who excel in math and science. 

Susquehanna University Offers Summer Writer's Workshop and Creative Writing Day:
Susquehanna University offers their Summer Writer's Workshop.  For more information and to apply visit https://www.susqu.edu/academics/summer-high-school-programs/writers-workshop.  Susquehanna also offers Creative Writing Day each fall.  For more information visit https://www.susqu.edu/admission-and-aid/admission-events/creative-writing-day.

Johns Hopkins University Offers Their Spotlight Series Events:
Johns Hopkins University wants to let you know about some exciting specialized programs happening on their campus.  At Spotlight Series events, prospective students will learn how Hopkins undergrads take advantage of unparalleled resources and collaborate with world-class faculty—experiences that prepare them for success in a wide variety of dynamic careers.  Programs include Business & Entrepreneurship (2/8/19), Global Impact (3/1/19), Humanities (3/8/19), Women in STEM (2/20/19), and Pre-Health (2/13/19).  For more information and to apply visit Spotlight Series.  Feel free to contact them at gotojhu@jhu.edu with any questions.

University of Delaware Offers "Edge" Program:
The University of Delaware offers the "Edge" program for high school students who will be juniors and seniors next fall.  Students take summer courses taught by University of Delaware faculty, earn up to seven transferable college credits, live in a residence hall on UD's beautiful campus, and prepare for the college application process.  The "Edge" program will take place from July 7 to August 10, 2019.  Learn more and apply at www.udel.edu/edge.  For more information call 302-831-8123 or email edge@udel.edu.

NYU Offers Summer Pre-College Programs for High School Students:
New York University offers pre-college programs during the summer.  The program runs from July 7 to August 16, 2019.  For more information and to apply visit nyu.edu/precollege.  Apply for scholarships by April 1, 2019.

NYU Offers a Variety of Programs for High School Students:
New York University offers many summer programs for high school students.  Programs include Music Technology and STEM Research, plus many more.  For more information and to apply visit nyu.edu/highschool.

Summer Architecture Program Offered at Wentworth Institute of Technology:
Wentworth Institute of Technology in Boston, Massachusetts offers a summer Architecture program called summerFAB.  For more  information visit www.wit.edu/summerfab or email at summerfab@wit.edu.

MEDacademy Offered By Cooper Medical School of Rowan University:
MEDacademy is a four-week summer enrichment program for high school students aspiring to become doctors.  Eligible students are highly motivated and talented high school students entering junior and senior year.  For more information on the program, eligibility requirements, costs, dates, etc., visit cmsru.rowan.edu/education/highschool/MEDacademy.php.  Application deadline is March 11, 2019.

Future Leaders Institute for Girls:
The Future Leaders Institute for Girls program is offered Wednesdays, February 27, 2019 - May 1, 2019, 7 - 9 p.m. in Edgewater Park, New Jersey.  The application deadline is February 22, 2019.  For more information visit https://www.fligirlsnj.org/.  You may also email FLIGIRLSNJ@gmail.com.

VCU's School of the Arts Offers Pre-College Summer Intensive:
Virginia Commonwealth University's School of the Arts offers their Pre-College Summer Intensive.  Application Deadline is March 29, 2019.  To apply visit https://app.art.vcu.edu/siapp/.  For more information visit VCU's Pre-College Summer Intensive web page.

UNC Offers Project Uplift:
The University of North Carolina's Office for Diversity and Inclusion is happy to offer Project Uplift.  Please note that the deadline to apply for this opportunity has been extended to February 15, 2019 at 11:59 p.m.  Students can find more information and apply for the program via the following link:  Project UpliftProject Uplift enables high-achieving rising seniors to experience college life on the Carolina campus over two days in May or June.

Temple University Offers Multiple Pre-College Programs:
Temple University offers multiple pre-college programs that guide high school students in the right direction for college.  Whether students want to earn college credit or get ready to take the SAT, they can do it at Temple this summer.  Applications are open and some financial aid is available! You are encouraged to start the process today by beginning an application to Temple Summer Academy or putting down a deposit to hold your spot in Temple College 101Women in STEM and the Klein College High School Media Workshop are also offered.  For more information call 215-204-2712 or email precollege@temple.edu.

Summer Humanities Institute Offered by Christopher Newport University in Virginia:
Christopher Newport University's Summer Humanities Institute is a two-week residential program where students who take or plan to enroll in college-level coursework while in high school (AP, IB or DE) can learn in and outside the classroom from dynamic college faculty in the disciplines of philosophy, history, literature and cultural studies.  The 2019 Summer Humanities Institute theme “Heroes and Epics” is evocative and timeless.  Students will find heroes in literature, drama, history, philosophy, religion and the classics, while the epic narrative shapes their understanding of who a hero is and how their improbable achievements become possible.  Through seminar-styled courses, students will explore and creatively interpret the idea of the hero, as represented in historical and contemporary western thought and artistic expression.  Students will also examine various cultural understandings of the hero and the anti-hero, considering your own potential self-discovery in the process.  The multidisciplinary immersion course supports the advanced courses students are taking in high school. Participants live in our residence halls, eat in the dining halls, learn in college classrooms and earn three college credits.   Visit http://cnu.edu/summerhumanities/ for more information and to apply.

Carnegie Mellon Offers Summer Math and Science Academy:
Carnegie Mellon's Summer Academy for Mathematics and Science is a six-week residential experience that provides high school seniors and a small group of high school juniors who have interest in computer science, engineering and/or the natural sciences, with the opportunity to achieve skills to pursue and complete majors in STEM fields.  There are no tuition, housing or dining fees for students selected to attend the Summer Programs for Diversity.  Students engage in hands-on learning and research via science and engineering projects, taught by Carnegie Mellon faculty, teachers and graduate students. Upperclass college students also serve as classroom assistants, tutors and mentors.

The Summer Opportunities for Access & Inclusion Programs invite students with strong academic records, who are U.S. citizens/permanent residents, to apply.  Students with the following backgrounds are invited to apply:
•Underrepresented minorities
•Families of low socioeconomic status, which may be indicated by eligibility for public assistance programs or free/reduced lunch programs
•Potentially first in family to attend college
•Attendance at rural or inner-city high schools with historically low rates of admittance to top-tier colleges

If you feel you may be a good fit for the Summer Academy for Math and Science, apply via the online application – admission is offered on a rolling basis, and the application deadline is February 15, 2019.  If you have any questions, please contact Associate Director of Admission Miguel Alvarez in the Office of Admission.

Stanford University Offers Summer Pre-College Program for High School Students:
Deadlines for our summer programs are in February, with some early round deadlines in January.   Admission is selective.  Limited financial aid is available.  Programs include:  Stanford Summer Arts Institute, Stanford Summer Humanities Institute, Stanford Pre-Collegiate Summer Institutes, Stanford AI4ALL, Stanford University Mathematics Camp (SUMaC), and Stanford Pre-Collegiate University-Level Online Math and Physics.  For more information visit https://spcs.stanford.edu/explore or https://spcs.stanford.edu/programs.

LIM College Offers Pre-College Programs:

LIM College aims to empower young people to realize their full intellectual and professional potential while acquiring the knowledge and skills to pursue careers in the global business of fashion.   Since 1939, LIM College has helped thousands of students graduate with both a degree and a resume.  Their popular “Fashion Lab” programs give high school students the chance to test-drive potential careers in the business of fashion.  Summer Fashion Lab is a comprehensive pre-college program.  With credit and non-credit courses, participants study fashion at the college level, experience New York City, and get a taste of life at LIM.  A limited number of scholarships are available.   Saturday Fashion Lab is a series of workshops held on Saturdays in the spring. Participants are introduced to various areas of the fashion business — including buying, styling, marketing, merchandising, and product development.  For more information see the Summer Fashion Lab brochure.

Gettysburg College Offers Summer Academic Camp Programs:
Camps include Camp Psych, Sunderman Piano Institute, Young Writers Workshop3D Object Modeling and Printing CampCoding for Robotics & Electronics Camp, and the Civil War Institute Summer Conference.

Montclair State University Offers Hispanic Student College Institute 2019:
Montclair State University is excited to announce that the application for the Hispanic Student College Institute 2019 is now OPEN!  Montclair State University, the largest four-year Hispanic Serving Institution in New Jersey, is offering a Hispanic Student College Institute on August 6-8, 2019, for rising high school juniors and seniors.  The Institute will be a transformational experience for 200 students who identify as Hispanic.  They will be challenged to think big about their future and the impact they will have on their community after college.  Best of all, there will be no cost for students to participate and attend.  Through the Hispanic Student College Institute, students will: engage in career exploration and goal-setting initiatives, attend college-planning workshops, participate in a majors fair and mock college interviews, and live on campus in Machuga Heights.  Institute participants will be eligible for scholarships to attend Montclair State University in the future and will receive certificates of completion to include in their college applications and their resumes.  Academically committed students who identify as Hispanic are encouraged to apply by visiting montclair.edu/admissions/hsci and completing the online application.  For more information, please email hsci@montclair.edu.

University of Rochester Offers Summer Pre-College Programs:
For more information visit https://enrollment.rochester.edu/precollege/.  You may also contact the University of Rochester with questions at (585) 275-3221 or precollege@rochester.edu.

University of Virginia Offers "So You Want To Be An Architect?" Program:
The University of Virginia School of Architecture is hosting the "So You Want To Be An Architect?" program on Saturday, June 1, 2019.  Are you a high school sophomore or junior curious about the field of architecture and design?  Do you want to learn how to engage the past and shape the future?  Through interactive design exercises and a tour of Cooper Carry, students will learn about all scales of the built environment including its history, planning and design from University of Virginia School of Architecture Alumni.  For more details visit https://www.arch.virginia.edu/events/so-you-want-to-be-an-architect-alexandria.

Lebanon Valley College Offers Health and Biomedical Sciences Summer Camp:
Lebanon Valley College will host the Health and Biomedical Sciences Summer Camp, which will be held from June 23-28, 2019.  The goal of the Health and Biomedical Sciences Summer Camp is to provide a window into the scientific basis of human health.  Through lectures and hands-on laboratory investigations in state-of-the-art laboratories, students will be introduced to the fundamentals of molecular biology, pharmacology, immunology, biochemistry and neuroscience.  Students will learn how laboratory science can be translated into improved human health, and they will engage in investigative experiences that will allow them to apply their laboratory skills to real life problems.  In addition, students will interact with practicing professionals in fields such as medicine, physical therapy, toxicology, nursing and biomedical laboratory research.  The Health and Biomedical Sciences camp will provide a fun, challenging and engaging college environment in which students will develop a deeper understanding of what it means to be a biomedical scientist and health professional.  For more information  visit the Health and Biomedical Sciences website or contact Dr. Courtney Lappas at lappas@lvc.edu.

Princeton University Offers the W.E.B. DuBois Scholars Institute:

The W.E.B. DuBois Scholars Institute at Princeton University provides leadership, scholarship, community service, and entrepreneur training along with exposure to science and technology for high-achieving youth attending middle and secondary schools.  The program will be held from June 22, 2019 to July 27, 2019.  To download an application and to get information about requirements, costs, scholarships, curriculum, residential living, and deadlines visit duboisscholars.org/apply.  For scholarship consideration, the application deadline is Friday, February 22, 2019.  Following this deadline, online applications and supplementary materials are due no later than Friday, March 1, 2019.

2019 FBINAA Youth Leadership Program:
FBI National Academy Associates, Inc. (FBINAA)
, an organization comprised of law enforcement professionals who are graduates of the FBI National Academy, Quantico, Virginia, is offering to qualified students (ages 14 –16) who have demonstrated above average academic standards (3.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale), as well as good citizenship, the opportunity to participate in an eight-day program of leadership development at the FBI Academy.   The candidate does not have to be related or have a relationship with a National Academy graduate or FBI-LEEDA member to be considered.  This exciting program is offered through the cooperation of the FBI, and individual participants are selected and sponsored by the various state chapters of the FBINAA, who will pay transportation and student sponsorship fees.  Participants will also be included from sister organizations, including NEIA and the Society of Former Special Agents of the FBI.  Further, the counselors and instructional staff for the program consist of National Academy graduates who are members of the FBINAA and select FBI Special Agent personnel.  Guest lecturers in various professional disciplines also address the students.  Although the program is not limited to young persons interested in a future career in law enforcement, interested candidates should possess a desire to gain knowledge of the American system of criminal justice, as well as ethics, leadership skills, and personal development.

This year’s session of the Youth Leadership Program begins June 20, 2019, with arrival at Reagan National Airport in Washington, D.C., and will conclude on June 28, 2019, with departure from Reagan National Airport in Washington, D.C.  The program is open to males and females.  Qualifications for the Youth Leadership Program are provided by the FBINAA.  Qualified candidates are encouraged to complete the application, including the necessary signatures, and to submit the forms Delanie Lynch by the due date of February 15, 2019.  Please return the completed application and essay form to Delanie Lynch at dlynch@fbileeda.org or FBI-LEEDA, Attention: Delanie Lynch, 5 Great Valley Parkway, Suite 125, Malvern, PA 19355.

Lunch with a CHOP Nursing Professional:
Come to learn more about the nursing profession at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia!  The Lunch with a CHOP Nursing Professional program is geared toward high school and early college students who are considering a career in nursing.  The event will be held Thursday, December 27, 2018 at 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. in CHOP's Abramson Research Building.  To register for this free event, please complete information at the link below:
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/lunch-with-a-chop-nursing-professionaltickets-
52319355601
.  Seating is limited, please only register if you can definitely attend.

Jefferson Offers Portfolio Review Day:
Are you considering a creative career?  If so, you are invited to attend Jefferson's (Philadelphia University + Thomas Jefferson University) Portfolio Review Day on Saturday, January 12, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.  Students will have the opportunity to share their portfolio, get some personal feedback on their work, and chat with design professors for a chance to win a full-tuition scholarship to a Jefferson design program.  To be eligible for the full-tuition scholarship, students must:

Submit an application for admission and all supporting materials, postmarked by January 12, 2019. 
•Provide a portfolio on the day of the event.  Portfolios can either be in printed (hard copy) or digital (electronic) format.  If digital, please have your portfolio saved on a flash drive in jpeg images and bring it with you on the day of the event. 
•Submit the take home design challenge by January 31, 2019. 

Optional campus tours will be offered at the conclusion of the event.  Space is limited.  RSVP BY JANUARY 8th.  If you have any questions, please contact the Office of Admissions at 800-951-7287.

Seton Hall University Offers Sustainable Development Challenge:
Here’s your chance to make a difference in the world and win money to attend Seton Hall University.  All you have to do is participate in Seton Hall’s Sustainable Development Challenge by entering an idea that addresses a problem facing the world today.  The competition is designed to encourage high school students to take part in the United Nations’ 17 Sustainable Development Goals, which include fighting inequality, ending hunger and tackling climate change, among others.  Ten finalists will be selected in early April to present their ideas on Saturday, April 20, 2019, at Seton Hall (in person or via Skype).  

Prizes
•1st Place Winner: $2,500 cash prize. Plus, a $10,000 scholarship to attend Seton Hall University ($2,500 annually). 
•2nd Place Winner: $1,000 cash prize. Plus, a $6,000 scholarship to attend Seton Hall University ($1,500 annually). 
•All other Finalists will receive a $4,000 scholarship to attend Seton Hall University ($1,000 annually). 
 
How to Enter:  Students must submit a 300–500 word statement addressing their thoughts and ideas about how they can be part of the solution and raise awareness or effect change related to one of the UN goals.  To learn more and to submit an entry, visit shu.edu/go/UNchallenge.  Deadline is Sunday, March 10, 2019.  Eligibility:  All high school sophomores, juniors and seniors.  All students who submit an idea are invited to the presentations and can also attend a congratulatory reception on campus immediately following the event.  While there, they will meet with Seton Hall faculty and community members who are experts in the fields of international affairs and sustainable development. 

Yale Young Global Scholars (YYGS):
Yale Young Global Scholars (YYGS) offers nine interdisciplinary sessions at Yale’s historic campus in New Haven, CT, and Yale Center Beijing offers YYGS-Beijing in their state of the art facilities in Beijing, China.  Current 10th and 11th graders are eligible to apply.  Applications are due February 6, 2019.  For more information and to apply visit https://globalscholars.yale.edu/admissions.  All sessions share a single application but students can indicate preferences for up to three sessions on the application.  Students may only attend one session each summer.

Block 1: June 16-29, 2019
•Applied Science & Engineering (ASE)
•International Affairs & Globalization (IAG)
•Sustainable Development & Social Entrepreneurship (SDSE)

Block 2: July 7-20, 2019
•Frontiers of Science & Technology (FST)
•Literature, Philosophy, & Culture (LPC)
•Politics, Law, & Economics (PLE)

Block 3: July 28-August 10, 2019
•Biological & Biomedical Science (BBS)
•Creative Arts & Media (CAM)
•Politics, Law, & Economics (PLE)
•YYGS-Beijing: Asia in the 21st Century (ATC)

Rutgers University Offers K-12 Pre-College Opportunities Fair:
The Rutgers University–New Brunswick Office of Summer & Winter Sessions invites you to the K-12 Pre-College Opportunities Fair.  The event is scheduled for Saturday, January 12, 2019 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the College Avenue Student Center, Multipurpose Room, 126 College Avenue, New Brunswick, NJ 08901.  Connect with pre-college program staff and learn about opportunities available during the academic year and summer for K-12 students.  Attend workshops and chat with undergraduate admissions, financial aid, and Rutgers test prep.   There will be light refreshments and giveaways for attendees!  Please register for this free event by Friday, January 4, 2019.  If you have questions, please write to wsru@docs.rutgers.edu

Senator Singleton is Seeking Interns:
Senator Singleton is seeking college and high school junior and senior applicants (at least 16 years old) for January - June 2019 interns.  Interns in Senator Singleton's legislative office will participate in constituent service and local community outreach activities.  They will also have the opportunity to actively engage in the legislative process by working on policy initiatives and, if schedules permit, they will shadow Senator Singleton for a day at the State House.  Strong writing and communications skills are necessary.  Internships are not compensated, but qualify for college course credit at most institutions of higher education as well as community service hours for most area high schools.  If interested, please email your resume (college) or letter of interest (high school) to SenSingleton@njleg.org with "Internship" in the subject line by January 2, 2019.  Or, please call Jennifer Aydjian at 856-234-2790 for more information.

Drexel University College of Medicine Offers Mini-Med Summer Camp:

The Mini-Med Summer Camp through Drexel University College of Medicine offers two 3 week sessions:  Session 1 is June 24 - July 12; Session 2 is July 15 - August 2.  Application deadline is March 15, 2019.  For more information and to apply visit www.drexelmed.edu/minimed/camp.  You may also call 215-762-6800 or email minimed@drexel.edu.

Cornell University Offers Summer College for High School Students:
Cornell University offers summer pre-college programs for talented high school students.  For more information visit https://www.sce.cornell.edu/sc/.

Temple University Offers the Temple Summer Academy:
For more information and to apply visit the Temple Summer Academy web site.

Boston University Offers Summer Pre-College Journalism Institute:
The New England Center for Investigative Reporting at Boston University offers the Pre-College Summer Journalism Institute.  For more information visit http://studentprograms.necir.org/pre-college-summer-institute/.

RCBC Offers Summer Courses:
Rowan College at Burlington County (RCBC) offers summer courses.  The summer schedule can be found at rcbc.edu/academic-calendar.  To search for available summer courses, visitrcbc.edu/webadvisor.

Miami University in Oxford, Ohio Offers Summer Scholars Program:
For more information visit miamioh.edu/admission/high-school/summer-scholars/.  Deadline has been extended to May 15, 2019.

Summer Game Camps and Fashion Camps :
Game Experience 
offers camps in Technology and Fashion.  For more information on Technology camps, visit https://game.experienceamerica.com/.  For more information on Fashion camps, visit https://fashion.experienceamerica.com/.

Lesley College Offers Summer Pre-College Programs:
Lesley College 
offers summer Pre-College Programs for high school students.  For more information and to register visit Lesley College's Pre-College Programs web site.

Stevens Tech Offers Pre-College Summer Programs for High School Students:
Stevens Institute of Technology in Hoboken, New Jersey offers Pre-College Summer Programs for high school students.  For more information and to apply visit www.stevens.edu/admissions/pre-college-programs.

Fairleigh Dickinson University Offers Summer Pre-College Programs:
FDU ranks 7 in Value Colleges 50 Best Pre-College Summer Programs for 2018!  Make the most of your summer by earning up to 12 college credits!  Fairleigh Dickinson University’s Summer Pre-College Program offers talented students in grades 10 to 12 the opportunity to get a jump-start on earning college credits while getting a taste of college life.  Whether you attend for two or four weeks, you’ll develop valuable skills and learn cutting-edge techniques in these exciting college-level courses.  Enjoy a dynamic academic setting while making friends and having fun.  All classes are taught by FDU instructors at FDU's Metro Campus in Teaneck and at their Florham Campus in Madison.  Two two-week sessions this summer:  Session 1 - July 8 to July 18, 2019; Session 2 - July 22 to August 1, 2019.  Courses are held Monday through Thursday.  For more information and to register visit https://view2.fdu.edu/academics/continuing-education/summer-camp-and-youth-programs/precollege/.  You may also email precollege@fdu.edu or call 201-692-7366.

Fairleigh Dickinson University Offers Discover Business Teen Academy:
The Rothman Institute of Innovation and Entrepreneurship at Fairleigh Dickinson University offers the Discover Business Teen Academy this summer.  For more information and to apply visit FDU's Discover Business Teen Academy web page.

University of Pittsburgh Offers "The Bridge" Program:
"The Bridge - College Prep & Leadership Academy" is offered by the University of Pittsburgh.  For more information visit "The Bridge".

"How to Give a Great Audition" Workshop at TCNJ:
The College of New Jersey is offering the "How to Give a Great Audition" workshop on Saturday, November 17, 2018.  For more information visit https://music.tcnj.edu/events/auditionworkshop/.

RCBC Offers Entrepreneurship Competition:
Rowan College of Burlington County offers the Startup Stars Competition to high school students in Burlington County and to RCBC students.  Do you have an original business idea?  Would you like to win a cash prize for your business idea?  Do you aspire to run your own company one day?  You may be a Startup Star!  To be considered for the Startup Stars Competition, you must submit your business plan models online by January 4, 2019.  Interested participants should visit rcbc.edu/startupstars for more information and to register.  The top finalists from both student groups will compete for first, second and third place cash prizes and awards.

Rutgers Offers Oncology Olympiad:
The Oncology Olympiad is a regional academic high school competition that invites students with an interest in biomedical sciences and related fields to showcase their knowledge in oncology.  For more information visit http://cinj.org/olympiad.  Registration closes on 12/15/18.

Savannah College of Art and Design Offers the SCAD Challenge for a Chance at a Scholarship:
Students can put their artistic vision on display for the opportunity to earn a scholarship to Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD), The University for Creative Careers.  The SCAD Challenge competition is open to current juniors and seniors in high school as of the 2018-19 academic year.  Entries must demonstrate creativity, innovation and a strong understanding of aesthetics.  A panel of SCAD faculty will review and evaluate submitted entries, and three winners will be selected from each category.

SCAD Challenge categories: 2-D design, 3-D design and modeling, Animation and game design, Fashion, Film, Graphic design, Performing arts, Photography, Writing.  The next step for junior and senior entrants is to complete an undergraduate application for admission.  Online applications and SCAD Challenge entries must be submitted by 5 p.m. ET Friday, Feb. 1, 2019.  Winners will be announced March 8, 2019.  Learn more about the SCAD Challenge.

Lockheed Martin Engineering Seminars:
If you are interested in the fields of engineering, Lockheed Martin (LMCO) is conducting 5 seminars dealing with five different areas of engineering.  These seminars will be held at Moorestown High School - Room B-127 (Mr. Engle’s Classroom).  For more information, see the Program Announcement.  If you are interested in attending, complete the Google Form for this event.

Temple University's Tyler School of Art Offers Pre-College Weekend Workshops:
For more information visit https://tyler.temple.edu/continuing-education-program/weekend-workshops-0#.

Harcum College Offers Workshop in Digital Design:
Harcum College faculty are offering an immersive, hands-on workshop in Digital Design on Saturday, November 17, 2018, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.  Students must register online at harcum.edu/designworkshop.  For more information contact Ed Zawora, Program Director, Digital Design, at 215-704-8830 or by email at ezawora@harcum.edu.

Construction Industry Career Day:
The 2019 Construction Industry Career Day will be held at the NJ Convention & Expo Center in Edison, NJ on May 28, 2019 from 4 p.m. - 8 p.m.  and May 29, 2018 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. (May 29 is "Just Juniors" and students must be from a school group).  For more information and to register visit www.cicdnj.org.

2019 New Jersey Junior Science & Humanities Symposium at Rutgers University:
Students are invited to participate in the Rutgers University Junior Science and Humanities Symposium, a science fair for high school students interested in science, mathematics, and technology research.  Students who have undertaken their own scientific research, underclassmen who intend to conduct research in the future, and high school teachers are invited to attend the symposium on the campus of Rutgers University’s School of Engineering in Piscataway, NJ.  This year’s Symposium will take place March 4 - 5, 2019

Students who have conducted scientific research submit research papers to the competitive portion of the program. These students must submit abstracts of 200 words or less detailing their work by December 1, 2018.  By December 15, 2018, students must also submit a short video (2 minute maximum) presenting their answers to the following questions: (1) What did you know about your research? (2) What did you not know about your research? (3) Why is your research important?  They then must submit full research papers of their work by January 4, 2019 (All Teacher/Student Registrations are due on January 4, 2018 as well).  Based on the research papers, their panel of judges selects up to 20 of the top students as Finalists, who are chosen to give oral presentations of their work at our symposium in March.  The judges will also select up to 50 other students as Poster Finalists, who will give poster presentation of their work at their symposium.  Oral Finalists compete for up to 3 all-expense paid trips to the 2019 National Symposium, as well as Scholarships of $2,000; $1,500; or $1,000.  The top 2 Poster Finalists compete for 2 all-expense paid trips to nationals and additional prizes.

Students who have not yet conducted research or are just beginning projects are welcome to attend the symposium as observers.  On the first day of the symposium (March 4, 2018), all student researchers and sponsoring teachers participate in the symposium.  On the second day (March 5, 2018), all student researchers, observers, and sponsoring teachers participate in the symposium.  The first day will consist of the run-off presentation of the 20 oral finalists. At night, students will be treated to a formal dinner recognizing their scientific achievements, hear from a keynote speaker, and take part in team based math, science, and engineering challenges.  On the second day, the 5 oral finalists from the first day and 50 poster presenters will compete and prizes will be awarded.  PAPERS NEED TO BE SUBMITTED THROUGH CVENT.  PAPERS NOT SUBMITTED THROUGH CVENT WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.  For questions related to the symposium, please email nnj.jshs.rutgers@gmail.com.  To register visit http://www.cvent.com/events/new-jersey-rutgers-2019-regional-jshs/event-summary-824c38e09bae4448b51e18be26bc192e.aspx.

Congressional Leadership Fund is Looking for Fall Interns:
The Congressional Leadership Fund is the leading Super PAC supporting Republican candidates for the U.S. House, spending $50 million during the 2016 cycle.  This is a fantastic opportunity for those interested in building a resume and learning more about campaigns and politics.  Flexible hours and able to work with busy schedules.  If interested, contact Stephen Bader at sbader@theclf.org.

Rowan College of Burlington County offers High School Fashion Design Workshop:
RCBC offers the High School Fashion Design Workshop on October 19, 2018 from 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. at their Mount Holly campus.  For more information, contact fashion@rcbc.edu or Lisa Steinberg at lsteinbe@rcbc.edu.

Kutztown University Offers Graphic Design Day Camp:
Kutztown University's Communication Design: Design Day Camp will show students what it means to be a Graphic Designer.  The event will be held on November 3, 2018.  Registration deadline is October 15, 2018.  For more information check out the Graphic Design Day Camp flyer.  To register visit the Kutztown Graphic Design Day Camp site.

Case Western Reserve University Offers Diversity Overnight Program:
Diversity Overnight at Case Western Reserve University is designed for smart and curious high school seniors from diverse backgrounds.  Program is November 11 and 12, 2018.  For more information visit https://case.edu/admission/diversity-overnight.

Bank of America Summer Internship Program:
Every year, through the Bank of America Student Leaders program they help connect 225 community-minded high school juniors and seniors to employment, skills development and service.  They’re awarded paid summer internships with local nonprofits such as Boys and Girls Clubs of America and participate in a national leadership summit in Washington, D.C.  The Student Leaders Summit focuses on skill building and creating a more civically engaged society. 

Student Leaders is part of our ongoing commitment to preparing young people for a brighter future.  If you or someone you know have a passion of improving the community, click here to learn more about our eligibility criteria.  To learn more:  https://about.bankofamerica.com/en-us/what-guides-us/student-leaders.html?cm_mmc=EBZ-EnterpriseBrand-_-vanity-_-EB01VN00BB_studentleaders-_-NA#fbid=GBcfYgi9ld2.

Rowan University's CREATEs to Host 2018 National Summer Transportation Institute:
The Center for Research and Education in Advanced Transportation Engineering Systems (CREATEs) of the Henry M. Rowan College of Engineering at Rowan University will host the 2018 National Summer Transportation Institute (NSTI) for high school students entering grades 10 to 12 on the University’s main Glassboro campus in Gloucester County from July 8 to July 20, 2018.  For more information visit https://rowancreates.org/news/2018/nsti-2/.