|We are THRILLED to announce that Cargas, a Lancaster-based, employee-owned software company offering software from Microsoft, Sage, Salesforce, and HubSpot, as well as custom-developed products, will host a Hybrid Classroom for All Star Code’s Summer Intensive Program! ASC is a leading national organization educating young men of color in computer science, exposing scholars to tech entrepreneurship, and providing them with tools for success in the tech industry.|
ASC’s Summer Intensive is a FREE, rigorous 6-week coding education program that embeds mentorship and personal & professional life skills instruction- all in a fun, engaging virtual environment. Laptops & WiFi hotspots are provided to every enrolled scholar & devices are the students’ to keep at the conclusion of the program. Scholars will earn $15/hr stipends to participate. For the 2023 Summer Intensive Program, thanks to the generosity of The Steinman Foundation & Lancaster County STEM Alliance, 40 fully-funded slots are available to Lancaster County students & registration is open!
Who can apply for the Summer Intensive?A Scholar who is a rising 9-12th grade student OR 2023 HS graduate A Scholar who identifies as a male student of color Willingness to engage in ASC’s 3 pillars: Dare Greatly, Celebrate Failure & Tell Your Story Interest but not necessarily experience in coding, computer science, technology & entrepreneurship GPA is NOT evaluated for consideration in the program Students with IEPs and English Language Learners are encouraged to apply! Specialized assistance is provided & daily office hours are available for extra supportLancaster County students will have the unique opportunity to learn on-site at Cargas in the Hybrid Classroom. They’ll benefit from an in-person Summer Intensive Coordinator available to support their virtual learning, experience an industry leader’s incredible environment and hear from Cargas team members first-hand. And did we mention PING-PONG? Its true- Cargas’ space at 101 N. Queen Street in Lancaster is second to none, and we are excited to share this with our Summer Intensive students! Attending the Hybrid Classroom is not a requirement for participation, and students can join remotely from wherever they’re located. Please help us spread the word about this opportunity, and encourage eligible students to apply today!
Want to become a lifeguard? Take a babysitting course? Get CPR certified? Earn your SERV Safe certificate? The IU13 is pleased to announce Micro-Scholarships for Industry-Recognized Credentials! This micro-scholarship opportunity (up to $500) was made possible through a grant from the Arconic Foundation. High school students who want to pursue industry-recognized credentials to prepare for future careers are encouraged to apply! Check out the many options you can apply for. Application Deadline: May 1, 2023
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On Thursday, April 20, 2023, Penn Manor will host a Vaping Prevention and Awareness Night in the High School Auditorium beginning at 6:00 PM. This special event is intended for all parents, guardians, grandparents, friends, and community members and will be presented by the Caron Foundation with special guest speaker Ms. Stephanie Owsiany, Student Assistance Program Specialist.
This one-hour live presentation provides parents and caregivers of elementary, middle, and high school students with research-based information that can help reduce the chances that their teen will engage in substance use.
Please note that Penn Manor High School students will provide free child care for this event. While registration for this event is not required, we are asking that anyone needing child care for this event to please complete this Google Form no later than April 14, 2023, so that we are able to provide adequate child care coverage. We look forward to partnering with you to support our students!
If you have any questions regarding this event, please reach out to PMHS Assistant Principal, Kim Marsh at 717-872-9520 ext. 1807 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
On Wednesday, March 15th, West Point Admissions is hosting a Facebook Live session covering our Summer Leaders Experience (SLE), a one week summer camp in June at West Point. At SLE, students get to live in the barracks, eat in the mess hall, experience academic workshops, and complete two military days. Students enjoy making friends and working closely with West Point Cadets. Students may sign up at westpoint.edu. Log into the Facebook Page “West Point Admissions” at 6pm to hear all about SLE.
Summer Camps, Workshops, Military options and more are being added to the Summer Opportunities page! See below for the latest information and then continue to check the summer page for more options.
Learn to sail, fly a plane, conduct field operations, build robots, earn your SCUBA certification, train on a military base, cook on a military base, get a taste of SEAL training, or travel overseas with our international exchange programs.
Become a SEA CADET! seacadets.org
The Naval Academy Summer STEM program encourages rising 9th – 11th grade students to pursue studies in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. For one week, campers create, build and explore in world-class lab facilities and experience real-life application and learning at one of the Top 5 “Best Undergraduate Engineering Programs” in the country as ranked by U.S. News and World Report.
*application deadline is March 31, 2022
Information Sessions by ZOOM *Thursday, February 17 at 7:00 p.m. *Saturday, February 19 at 1:30 p.m. *Monday, February 21 at 7:00 p.m.
Register by email at email@example.com or contact us for more information.
Messiah University is offering their annual Young Writer’s Workshop, Young Filmmaker’s Workshop and Psychology Camp for the summer of 2022. All three workshops will be held on June 19-24, 2022 in person on campus.
The Filmmakers‘ and Writers‘ Workshops enhance student’s creativity, help them understand the future demands of college life and, most importantly, improve their abilities as writers and filmmakers. The Psychology Camp encourages students to explore their own ideas about psychology and biopsychology. All of the options offer a fun experience on a college campus this summer. Both resident and commuter options are available. Cost is between $575 and $699 depending on the camp and housing selection.
Registration is now open. Click here for more information or to apply!
On Friday, February 25th 6:30-8:30 pm, at Penn Manor High School, there will once again be an in-person Academy Night for the 11th District of Pennsylvania. United States Service Academy Liaison officers, ROTC representatives and DODMERB personnel will be present to brief on their programs. Information provided will include answers to the following:
· The difference between attending an academy/ROTC and military recruiters
· The value of attending a summer program at an Academy
· Describing the ‘ideal’ candidate
· Determining the difference between a nomination and an appointment
Especially now, with the changes to SAT/ACT standards, extracurricular push, and hybrid learning, it is important for those students/parents/educators to understand the process and the rigors of the application/admission.
Please contact Mary O’Connor at firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP or with any questions.
Click below to download the flier with more information.
Live Online AI Program by Stanford PhD Students this Winter and Spring
AI Scholars Live Online is a 10-session (25 hours) pre-college enrichment program that exposes high school students (Grades 9-12) to fundamental AI concepts and guides them to build a socially impactful project. Taught by our team of graduate students from Stanford University, students receive a personalized, interdisciplinary learning experience with a student-teacher ratio of 4:1. Students with prior programming experience are placed in an advanced cohort. We offer multiple dates and times for our Winter Break and Spring Semester programs. Students may apply here by October 31st and learn more in the brochure or on our website.
|AI Scholars Live Online guides students to build a socially impactful AI project in a domain of their interest such as healthcare, robotics, finance, and sustainability to showcase the skills they learned. This past summer and fall, over 900 students completed projects including tracing the origins of COVID-19 and predicting algorithmic bias in legal decision-making. Students attend live online classes in small groups with a student-teacher ratio of 4:1.|
Students: Consider planning for your future career in health care— consider attending the upcoming camp at Lebanon Valley.
When: Health and Biomedical Sciences Summer Camp
When: July 26-31, 2020.
Where: Lebanon Valley College, Annville, Pa.
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 medical ethics. Students will learn how laboratory science can be translated into improved human health and 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, genetic counseling, and biomedical laboratory research. The Health and Biomedical Sciences Summer 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.
The goal for this camp is not only to provide students with a window into the scientific basis of human health, but also to offer them a glimpse of college life through an engaging and challenging academic experience.
Campers will live in a college residence hall, participate in lectures and laboratories in the state-of-the-art Neidig-Garber Science Center, and eat their meals in the newly renovated Mund Dining Hall. Additionally, campers will be mentored by resident advisors who are current LVC science majors. Resident advisors are selected based on their expertise in the sciences, as well as their maturity and experience mentoring younger students.
Cost: $1,000 (this all-inclusive camp fee covers room and board, laboratory supplies, lecture supplies, evening activities, guest speakers, etc.)
Who: Rising high school sophomores, juniors, and seniors
Questions, feel free to visit : https://www.lvc.edu/life-at-lvc/summer-community-programming/health-biomedical-sciences-camp/ or contact Dr. Courtney Lappas at email@example.com. for more information.