Alfred University is excited to offer it's four-day Summer Institute in Creative Writing for high school students in an online format this summer! From July 13 -16 students will meet virtually in real time with professors in creative writing to write from prompts, discuss issues of craft, attend virtual readings and lectures and generate a body of work that will spark the imagination and carry them onto next year.
There is still time to complete your financial aid application. This is a hands on workshop, so be ready to complete your FAFSA during the program. This workshop will be most useful if you can complete your FAFSA on one device while viewing the webinar on a second device. Therefore, two devices are recommended, if possible.
Naviance launched Chats with Colleges, a new video series on approaching the college search process while at home. Whether you are considering the college featured in the video or not, the guidance is relevant in these unpredictable times.
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Duke Youth Programs’ Summer Online Program offers two sessions of classes for middle and high school students. Their next session of programs will meet during the weeks of July 13 - July 24. Classes will meet synchronous from 10:00 am - 12:00 pm and asynchronous from 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm (EST).
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Duke Young Writers
*This is an opportunity for students to attend a live class from the comfort of their home - for free!
*They will interact with members of our distinguished faculty and see what makes Geneseo the award-winning, premier liberal arts institution they've heard so much about!
*They can ask questions and learn about subjects that interest them.
To see the current schedule of online classes, please click here
As school is not in session at this time and is winding down for the summer months, TIES continues to practice social distancing and would not be pairing up students for any current activities. However, they are looking to the future to be ready for when our community does reopen. Students who are willing to volunteer for the program and spend an hour listening to a virtual training session see link for details and contact info.
Any high school student is invited to enter the "Stop the Spread" Scholarship Contest by creating a poster encouraging measures to stop the spread of COVID-19. The winner will receive $500 and their poster will be promoted throughout New York in the fall of 2020. Winning this contest could supplement their college tuition and contribute to their application. The contest deadline is June 30, 2020. Application here.
Parents who might have lost access to income can apply for free and reduced lunch at any time during the school year. Application: http://www.schoolnutritionandfitness.com/index.php?sid=1464121635098
This two-week class, taught entirely online, is designed to expose students to the experience of enrolling in a high-quality undergraduate architecture program. High school students entering 10th, 11th, and 12th grade in the fall, who are interested in future careers in architecture or design related fields and have a curiosity about the world, are encouraged to apply.
Monday, July 6 – Friday, July 17, 2020
Summer days for students should be savored and enjoyed, but they can also be used to work, volunteer, and help others. That’s where the Savor Summer College Scholarship comes in!
SUNY has created an FAQ document for students and families with current COVID-19 Information. You can find it HERE
Consider a career in Medical Technology. Listen to Schroeder graduate Kayla Purcell (2018) tell us about this great career option.
Get trained in just six weeks, with your wages paid! You’ll graduate the CPT Bootcamp with a nationally-recognized certification and guaranteed interviews with local employers. The class runs from Aug. 17 to Sept. 25 at FLCC's Newark Campus Center off Route 88. Students can register for a June 30 orientation session at flcc.edu/workforce
This week-long educational program for motivated and talented high school sophomores, juniors, seniors or students entering their first year of college in Fall 2020 will be held virtually starting Sunday, July 19 through Saturday, July 25, 2020.
This year's project is "The Promises, Pitfalls and Ethics of Genetic Technologies." The deadline to apply has been extended to May 30, 2020 and enrollment is capped at 40 students. A completed application
and application fee of $35 is required for admission.
MCC will provide an opportunity for up to thirty regional high school sophomores and juniors to participate in a free, high quality educational experience facilitated by accomplished MCC humanities professionals. This unique educational opportunity will allow students to explore critical ideas and complex problems facing our world and collective humanity through a humanistic lens – in a college learning environment comprised of their peers. *In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, Stanford has determined that on-campus residential programs should be shifted to an online-only format. In place of our our residential program this summer, we are pleased to offer an online alternative to the Stanford Summer Humanities Institute.*
For more information see website: https://summerhumanities.spcs.stanford.edu/
Help your child get the financial aid he or she needs for college by completing the parent portion of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA®) form now. Click Here
for more information.