The National Youth Leadership will be hosting a nine-day program offered next summer in many cities: Washington, D.C., Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Houston, Los Angeles, New York City, Raleigh-Durham, or San Franscisco. Students will take part in a true-to-life hands on emergency medical simulation. For more information or to be nominated for this program please click here.
USDA's Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service partners with various universities and colleges throughout the country to deliver their AgDiscovery program. AgDiscovery is a summer outreach program to help teenagers explore careers in plant and animal science, wildelife management, agribusinesses and much more! There are 22 universities participating in this 2 to 4 week program. If you have questions about the AgDiscovery program please contact their office at (301) 851-4199 or visit their website at www.aphis.usda.gov/agdiscovery
Camp Cardiac & Camp Neuro, run by medical students in over 30 cities nationwide, they are a 1-week summer day camp for high school students interested in exploring careers in medicine.
Students may learn more and apply by visiting http://www.campcardiac.org. Scholarship and applications are currently open for Camp Cardiac Baltimore 2018.
UMBC is an honors university that combines the learning opportunities of a liberal arts college with the creative intensity of a leading research university. UMBC is excited to offer a variety of fun and stimulating academic summer camp programs this summer for middle school and high school students. The Summer Enrichment Experience (SEE) will bring the college experience to these students by offering a variety of opportunities in science, engineering, technology, the arts and humanities led by UMBC faculty, industry professionals and undergraduate students. These rigorous summer camp experiences are designed to spark participants’ passions and interests in these fields and tap into their creative talents, expand technical skills and hone their academic skills.
This year, they will be offering several exciting STEM experiences:
Intro to Cybersecurity
How Girls Code
Science & Engineering: Basic Concepts
NSF has awarded HCC a grant to create a challenging and supportive scholarship program to prepare students majoring in the sciences for transfer to a four year institution. Scholarships up to $6,500 per year would be awarded for up to two years and can be used for tuition, fees, books, supplies, and equipment. HCC areas of study are Bioinformatics, Biotechonology, Computer Science, Engineering, Environmental Science, Information, Technology, Life Science, Mathematics and Physical Science.