QUEENS COUNCIL ON THE ARTS Are you a high school student looking for a way to build a keller portfolio that will get you into a great art college–with a scholarship? The High School to Art School program (HS2AS) is a free visual arts portfolio development program that provides qualified high school sophomores, juniors and seniors with the art skills training, mentorship, essay writing techniques, college application assistance and financial aid planning necessary to gain acceptance into competitive art colleges. HS2AS sessions IS scheduled in the spring, summer, and fall and take place at QCA headquarters located in the Kaufman Arts District in Astoria.
Wave Hill – Paid internships This year-long position provides qualified high school or college students with opportunities to learn and practice skills, such as working with the public, handling different art materials and techniques and being part a dynamic team of educators. The Intern assists at the Family Art Project, a long-running and well-attended weekend drop-in program. Interns have an important role in helping shape the experience of the families who attend. Interns assist in setting up, preparing for, cleaning up after and directly facilitating the Family Art Project to children and adults. The content, theme and materials are nature- and seasonally-based and change every week. For more information, and to apply, please visit https://www.wavehill.org/education/internships/ https://www.wavehill.org/about/jobs-internships/family-art-project-intern/
NYC SUMMER INSTITUTE FOR GIRLS Our Embrace Her Legacy Academy is a personal development and leadership development program offered to young women (ages 14 – 19) in the New York City/tri-state area. Our program focuses on equipping young women with the tools needed to achieve unprecedented success in self-confidence, career, education and leadership. Our goal is to ignite a powerful and emotionally healthy relationship with self while using that as the foundation to realize personal and professional goals. http://embraceherlegacy.com/ehlacademy/
Manhattan College Summer Business Program The Summer Programming Office at Manhattan College has just received funding from Ernst and Young to offer rising HS seniors an opportunity to move to campus for 5 days, experience college courses and work on college essays. Participation is free to the selected students and will provide access to many business related experiences that future leaders would find valuable. Ideal applicants are current college-bound HS juniors, focused on business, and with a possible interest in Manhattan College, since scholarship opportunities may be available. https://inside.manhattan.edu/academic-resources/opportunity-programs/summer-at-manhattan.php
Summer Learning Opportunities @ Landmark College Landmark College is nationally known for helping students with dyslexia, ADHD, autism, and executive functioning challenges find success and confidence- in and out of the classroom. There are 4 summer program opportunities located in Vermont, and one online program. www.landmark.edu/summer/high-school-programs
Summer Business Program The Summer Programming Office at Manhattan College has just received funding from Ernst and Young to offer rising HS seniors an opportunity to move to campus for 5 days, experience college courses and work on college essays. Participation is free to the selected students and will provide access to many business related experiences that future leaders would find valuable.
Oogie Art is the World's No. 1 art portfolio school on College Results. Our school has an 100% acceptance rate to the top 10 art schools in the USA. Our teaching methods have been awarded countless times, and nationally recognized by Mayor Bloomberg, Laura Bush, YoungArts, Scholastic Art & Awards and the New York Times. Our portfolios are also used as college application supplements, which have granted students admissions the most prestigious universities- Harvard, Yale, Stanford, MIT, etc. To enroll go to: https://www.oogieart.com/enroll For general information on this program go to; www.oogieart.com
Summer Programs in New York - NYC - TeenLife www.teenlife.com/category/summer/summer-programs-new-york
Princeton Summer Journalism Program The Princeton Summer Journalism Program (PSJP) is a free journalism and college preparatory program for high-achieving current juniors from low-income backgrounds who are interested in journalism. Over seven weeks, students will attend virtual workshops to learn reporting skills from professional journalists. They will also attend virtual lectures on liberal arts topics led by Princeton University professors. Participants hold a press conference, produce a short documentary, report on a professional sporting event, attend a virtual theatrical production, and interview subjects for their feature stories, which will be published in the Princeton Summer Journal. Review the 2020 Program Schedule for a sample of what to expect. After the program, students work with a volunteer college adviser, a professional journalist or program alum, to complete their college applications.
Program dates: mid-June through early August 2021
Cost: None. There is no cost to students to participate in this program.
Eligibility: To apply, students must be:
Current high school juniors (Class of 2022)
living in the United States permanently
with an unweighted GPA of 3.5/4.0 (or equivalent)
who have an interest in journalism (no experience required)
and meet one of the financial eligibility requirements below:
The custodial parent(s)/guardian(s)’ combined income (including child support received) must not exceed $60,000 annually
The student must be eligible for Free/Reduced-Priced Lunch.
The student is eligible for a SAT or ACT fee waiver.
Students facing extenuating circumstances should explain their situation on the application.
Applying: The online application is available on our website. Please note that students must submit an unofficial transcript to be considered. You may read about the full application process and find answers to FAQs online.
Junior Economic Club of NYC Interested in the fields of business, finance, economics, or entrepreneurship? The Junior Economic Club of New York City (JEC NYC) is a selective student-run organization whose members have access to exclusive networking events, internships, workshops, scholarships, and volunteer opportunities. Additionally, members are given the chance to meet and network with New York's business leaders. With forums and events led by professionals ranging from Mark Cuban to Ivy League professors, this is an opportunity one should not miss out on. The JEC NYC is looking for dedicated students to become members of the organization. Additionally, board and ambassador applications will be opening up soon to all members, so we encourage you to join us. If you are at all interested, we hope you will attend our Summer Open House on June 15th from 5-6 PM. Below is the link to sign up for our Open House: https://www.jecnyc.org/upcoming-events/jecnyc-summer-open-house You can learn more about us at www.jecnyc.org and check out our other branches at www.junioreconomicclub.org. If you have any questions or concerns, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get back to you right away.
ASAP Youth Leadership ASAP is looking for APA youth who are New York City high school or college students interested in community-building, APA issues, and creating positive change on APA youth lives. Freshmen are highly encouraged to apply! ASAP welcomes all applicants regardless of gender expression, sexual orientation, religion, physical & mental ability, English proficiency, and citizenship status. For more information: https://cacf-asap.weebly.com/apply.html
The Girls Who Code Summer Immersion Program Who: 10th & 11th Grade Girls What: embeds 20 rising high school juniors and seniors inside a technology company or university setting from 9:00am - 4:00pm each day. Here, young women get hands-on experience in computing concepts, programming fundamentals, mobile phone development, robotics, and web development and design. Project-based curricular modules allow participants to build products and develop innovative solutions designed to inspire an interest in and encourage their pursuit of computer science. Deadline: February How:http://girlswhocode.com/programs/
The Out-of-School Youth Program (OSY) Who: 16-21 What: is a year-long program for low-income youth between the ages of 16 and 21 who are not working and not in school. OSY provides services to help youth upgrade their job skills and find permanent work. How: For more information, visit: http://www.nyc.gov/html/dycd/html/jobs/osy.shtml or call DYCD Youth Connect at 1-800-246-4646.
The Emma Bowen Foundation National PAID Internship Program Who: HS Senior What: The Emma Bowen Foundation has successfully worked with media companies to place minority High School seniors and College students in multi-summer PAID internships. Students also receive a matching funds in scholarships for each summer worked. Deadline: March How to Apply:http://www.emmabowenfoundation.com/index.php/application.html
The NYU School of Professional Studies High School Academy Who: HS Students What: NYU is now offering weekend workshops to provide high school students with programs of study that allow them to explore their professional options and to enhance their college portfolio. How to Apply: For more information, please call 212-998-7006 or e-mail email@example.com
The ACE Mentor Program Who: HS Students What: ACE mentor is a FREE after-school program for high school student who have the curiosity and drive to learn about a careers architecture, construction management, or engineering. - from contracting and engineering to architecture and landscaping. https://www.acementor.org/ How: Call (212) 696.1207
NYU Summer Programs https://www.nyu.edu/admissions/high-school-programs.html#summer
Einstein Medical Programs https://einsteinmed.edu/departments/family-social-medicine/bronx-hope/programs.aspx