• Summit Medical Group Foundation Careers in Medicine Programs 2019

    Posted by Karen Talbot on 4/9/2019 7:45:00 AM

    Dear parents and students,

    An important part of Summit Medical Group Foundation’s mission is to inspire current and future healthcare leaders. With that in mind, I am pleased to announce the launch of three of our “Careers in Medicine” programs aimed toward college and college-bound students. The two that directly apply to your graduating seniors, who plan to pursue an education in healthcare or medicine, are our “Next Generation Scholarship” and “1-on-1 Shadowing” programs.


    SMGF is proud to offer these programs for young students and looks forward to seeing the participants become our future healthcare leaders.


    Please see the attached flyer for details and how to apply.



    Justin Huff 
    Associate Director of Marketing and Special Programs

    SMGF Careers in Medicine 2019            SMGF


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  • Engineering Research Opportunity for High School Students at Rutgers University

    Posted by Karen Talbot on 4/9/2019 7:30:00 AM

    The Student Learning and Achievement Aerospace and Mechanical (SLAAM) Engineering Summer Academy is a non-residential summer program aimed at academically talented and motivated high school students. SLAAM provides opportunities for students to pursue their intellectual curiosity and meet others who share their engineering interests and abilities. SLAAM is a selective program for high-achieving high school students who wish to engage in meaningful research and professional development at Rutgers’ Busch Campus for a two week summer session.


    The program focuses on research and applied work within the Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department. SLAAM fellows participate in supervised research and learning experiences that are taught by Rutgers faculty that are assisted by undergraduate and graduate student mentors.


    Details in attached flyer.


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  • Marist Summer Pre-College Program

    Posted by Karen Talbot on 2/15/2019 1:55:00 PM

    Dear Parents and Students,

    Marist College is once again offering the  exciting opportunity for students to explore their creative and academic interests at Marist Summer Pre-College 2019 program.  This program is available to high school sophomores and juniors and will provide a taste of college life, both in the classroom and on campus.

    The following programs are being offered at:


    Session I (Residential)  June 30, 2019 - July 13, 2019, courses offered in Business, Criminal Justice, Cybersecurity, Fashion Design, Fashion Merchandising, Film and TV Production, Pre-Health, and Psychology.

    Session II (Residential) July 14, 2019 - July 27, 2019, courses offered in Creative Writing, Digital Media, Entrepreneurship, Environmental Science, Fashion Design, Fashion Merchandising, Game Design, Pre-Health, Pre-Law, and Theatre.


    Session I (COMMUTER) July 1, 2019 - July 12, 2019, course is Game Design

    Session II (COMMUTER) July 15, 2019 - July 26, 2019, course is Cybersecurity


    For additional information and to apply, please go to:  www.marist.edu/precollege

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  • 2019 Furman University Summer Scholars

    Posted by Karen Talbot on 2/15/2019
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  • Young Leaders Summit 2019 - University of Chicago

    Posted by Karen Talbot on 2/13/2019 3:50:00 PM
    Young Leaders Summit (YLS)      
    Applications now open to high school juniors from all backgrounds!          
    The Young Leaders Summit, presented by the Youth Leadership Consortium (YLC), is a free, four-day, overnight, college empowerment conference at the University of Chicago for a diverse cohort of 200 low-income high school juniors from all ethnic backgrounds, selected through a competitive application process. It is designed to give these young leaders the practical tools they need to successfully apply to top universities, have full access to scholarship and financial aid opportunities, and set a course for academic and career success.
    The Youth Leadership Consortium is a partnership, led by HSF, of organizations brought together by the mission to provide students and families of all backgrounds and ethnicities with the knowledge and resources to successfully complete a higher education.
    The deadline for students to apply is Friday, March 8, 2019 at 1:00pm PST.
    Visit the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) page, our website, or Contact Us for more information.

    Location and Date:
    • August 8–11, 2019 – University of Chicago
    • Current high school junior (Class of 2020)
    • Students from all ethnic backgrounds are welcome to apply
    • Low income, as defined by Pell eligibility (more details are included in the application)
    • 3.0 GPA or above, on a 4.0 scale, or equivalent based on your school scale
    • Currently attend high school in the United States or a US territory
    • Plan to enroll full-time, in a four-year degree program, at a US accredited, not-for-profit, private or public college or university after high school graduation       
    Is there a cost to attend YLS?
    • No, it is FREE to apply and participate (room and dining covered by YLS)
    • Round-trip transportation to Chicago will be provided for students that request financial assistance within the application
    How can students apply?
    • Go to the YLC website and create a profile as a “Student”
    • View “YLS 2019 Student Application” on their Dashboard
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  • Trinitas Regional Medical Center Medical Mentoring Program 2019

    Posted by Karen Talbot on 2/5/2019 3:45:00 PM

    Dear Parents and Students,

    Trinitas Regional Medical Center is pleased to announce it's Medical Mentoring Program 2019.  It is an intensive program designed for college bound students who plan a career in a health care professions.  The Medical Mentoring Program is limited to 12 students ony, and will take place for one full week, Monday thru Friday, from 7:30 - 3:00 p.m., July 9 & 10; July 16, 17, & 18, 2019.

    Applications must be received in its entirety or will not be considered.  Deadline is May 15, 2019 or once the program is full.


    Requirements for students are:

    • entering 12th grade in Sept. 2019
    • GPA of 4.0 or higher
    • committement to participate fully for 7 days and continue throughout the school year
    • have taken at least one AP class and
    • have guidance counselor recommentdation - submit transcript

    Students will benefit by:

    • shadowing medical residents, attend conferences and observe in specialized departments
    • visiting various hospital departments including the operating room, morgue, emergency department, intensive care units, cardiac catherization, radiology, hyperbaric chamber, and cancer center
    • receiving scrubs, lab coat, and stethescope
    • having meals and free parking provided

     Attached is the flyer:Trinitas Medical Mentor Program 2019

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  • Trinitas Regional Medical Center Nurse Camp 2019 applications active 3/1

    Posted by Karen Talbot on 2/5/2019 3:40:00 PM

    Dear Parents and Students,

    The Trinitas Regional Medical Center is pleased to offer Nurse Camp 2019.  This program takes place for one full week, Monday thru Friday, for 6 sessions:

    Session 1:  7/8-7/12/2019

    Session 2:  7/22-7/26/2019

    Session 3:  7/29-8/2/2019

    Session 4:  8/5-8/9/2019

    Session 5:  8/12-8/17/2019

    and Session 6:  8/18-8/23/2019

    Space is limited to ten students per session, and only those highly motivated, academically qualified students will be accepted.  This program gives students the opportunity to partner with nurse mentors and to participate in educational sessions, comprehensive tours including operating room, and guest lecturers and college representatives.

    Requirements are:  Male or female high school students entering 11th or 12 grade in Sept. 2019 with good academic achievement; commitment to participate fully for 5 days; guidance counselor recommendation required; first time participants only, cost of $50 refundable deposit to secure seat.

    Benefits:  Breakfast and lunch provided daily; free uniforms and parking; educational information and certification of participation.

    For more information and to obtain an application,  please visit: https://trinitasrmc.org/nurse_camp.htm

    Applications will become available March 1, 2019


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  • Smith College Summer Precollege Programs 2019

    Posted by Karen Talbot on 1/31/2019 12:00:00 PM

    Dear Parents and Students,

    Smith College's Summer Precollge Programs offers more than 250 young women the opportunity to explore challenging and intriguing subjects, to strengthen their college applications and to sample Smith College's undergraduate experience.

    Five programs are being offered:

    1. Summer Science and Engineering Program/ July 7-August 3, 2019
    2. Young Women's Writing Workshop/ July 7-20, 2019
    3. Hidden Lives:  Discovering Women's History/ July 21-August 3, 2019
    4. Field Studies For Sustainable Futures/ July 21-August 3, 2019
    5. College Admission Workshop/ July21-27, 2019

    Academically talented young women entering grades 9-12 are invited to apply.  Enrollment is limited.  March 1, 2019 is Early Admission deadline.  After March 1st, admission is on rolling basis with deadline of June 1, 2019. Applications submitted after April 22nd will experience a fee increase.

     Financial aid is on limited basis with a deadline of submission of completed application by March 22, 2019. 

    For more information and to submit your application, please go to:  www.smith.edu/summer

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  • Camp Invention Summer Internship Opportunity

    Posted by Karen Talbot on 1/31/2019

    Camp Invention® is returning to Berkeley Heights Public School District!

    In partnership with the National Inventors Hall of Fame® (NIHF), Mountain Park Elementary will be hosting this nationally acclaimed Camp Invention® program to children entering kindergarten through sixth grade. It’s an exciting, weeklong summer adventure with lessons that explore connections between science, technology, engineering and innovation. Children work together to create solutions to real-world problems and build critical 21st-century skills while rotating through several high-energy, hands-on modules. The week begins on July 15, 2019with Andrea Masri serving as Director of the ALL-NEW 2019 program, Supercharged!

     Here is how young innovators will be spending their time:

    • Exploring the electrifying relationship between frequency, circuitry, motors and gears through reverse-engineering and rebuilding their very own remote-controlled robot.
    • Unearthing hidden fossils then building ships and innovative equipment to embark on a research expedition to uncover more exciting information about their discovery.
    • Coding and programming robot, Bot-ANN-E, to take on duties and help turn a polluted wasteland into a fruitful farm and successful business.
    • Collaborating with the Innovation Force®, a team of NIHF Inventors turned action-packed superheroes, to design superhero gadgets and disguises, explore the fields of engineering and fabrication and take on the sinister villain, the Plagiarizer. 

    Activities give participants the opportunity to explore, discover and achieve while having fun!


    Local educators facilitate program modules and enthusiastic high-school students serve as Leadership Interns, ensuring that one staff member is in place for every eight children.

    Camp Invention Leadership Intern Application   

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  • Temple University Tyler School of Arts Summer Program 2019

    Posted by Karen Talbot on 1/30/2019 9:50:00 AM
    Do you have an interest in Graphic Design, Digital Media, or Computer-Aided Fabrication?
    Tyler is offering several Saturday workshops this Spring for beginner students looking to develop skills in digital media, design, and fabrication.
    Street Photography (open to teens and adults)
    Gain confidence in manually operating your digital camera and improve your photography skills.
    Digital Design & Fabrication (open to teens and adults)
    Take the first steps into using 3D printing and laser cutting tools.
    Graphic Design (teens only)
    Learn the fundamental principles of design through the use of Adobe software.
    Video Art & Motion Graphics (teens only)
    Explore visual communication through moving image and animation.
    Classes begin February 2nd, register today!
    Tyler School of Art, Pre-College Programs & Continuing Education | Temple University2001 North 13th StreetPhiladelphia, PA 19122
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