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Be sure to check the websites of colleges that you may be interested in attending. Many colleges offer summer programs for high school students, some upon completion, offer college credit.
Summer Program Rescource in the greater Washington DC & NY, NY areas. Click on the links for summer programs in the Washington DC area and New York, NY. You can use the Subcategory filter to find Filmmaking & Digital Media or any other programs catering to special interests. Using the search for Filmmaking yielded 3 programs in DC and 24 in NYC.
DMV Barber and Beauty Career Camp (Summer)
Having previously worked with youth from all backgrounds and abilities, we set off on filling a major gap in career exploration many youth face. Through hands on learning, participants will get an introduction into the Barbering and Cosmetology industry that goes beyond haircuts and hair styles. Using STEAM fundamentals and proven best practices in youth engagement and positive developmental relationships, participants will learn about financial management, communication skills, time management, self-accountability and much more.
AGE GROUP: 7yrs through 17yrs
SUMMER CAMP SESSIONS
JUNE 12 - 16
JUNE 19 - 23
JUNE 26 - 30
JULY 17 - 21
JULY 24 - 28
AUGUST 7 - 11
AUGUST 14 - 18
WEEKLY SESSION FEE: $200.00 PER CHILD
*Please bring Lunch and Water (Peanut Free Foods)
Visit: Career Camp | My Site (headz1st.com) for more information
Summer Camp for HS Students Interested in Architecture
The Experiences in Architecture (EiA) program at the Catholic University of America is a pre-college workshop for students interested in architecture or other design-related fields. Students are exposed to both the academic and professional sides of the architectural arena, as the city of Washington, D.C., becomes their classroom.
The Experiences in Architecture program will better prepare students for architecture school, giving students a head start, as well as acquainting them with campus life at the university level. Students who have participated in EiA’s summer workshop, or a similar pre-college program, are better prepared for success at the university level.
DATES Two-week session: July 9th to July 22nd, 2023
Three-week session: July 9th to July 28th, 2023
TUITION Two-week session: $1,350 (includes a toolkit of supplies)
Three-week session: $2,025
ROOM AND Two-week session (approx.) $1,350
BOARD Three-week session (approx.) $2,000
DEADLINE Application Deadline: May 16th
WEBSITE INSTAGRAM @eia_cuarch
Banson NYC Fashion Summer Camps
Banson NYC offers two NYC Fashion Summer Camps for high school students. They are designed for teens entering 9th through 12th grades. Each week-long session will teach the students the fundamentals of the fashion industry by providing an insider's perspective. The students will stay at a college Residence Hall or hotel with a residence advisor. Each morning the group will be picked up at the dorm/hotel by a Banson NYC representative. From there they will depart for industry visits, seminars and activities of the day. Each evening will have group activities planned. Enrollment is limited to 20 campers per session. They accept applications on a first come, first served basis.
The cost is $2075.00 per student or $1875.00 per student if they register with a friend.
Session A: June 18, 2023 - June 24, 2023
Session B: July 9, 2023 - July 15, 2023
Click here for Banson NYC Website
Click here for Fashion Summer Camp Flyer
For More Information: Contact Banson NYC at (917) 328-1469 or go on their website and fill in the Fashion Week Application so that they can email you a full packet of information.
Click here for Fashion Summer Camps Highlight Video
www.bansonnyc.org (917) 328-1469 firstname.lastname@example.org
2023 summer programs hosted by GW's Biomedical Laboratory Sciences department:
- 7th annual Laboratory Sciences Summer Immersion Program - The overall goal for this program is to expose students, with limited laboratory experience, to the skills necessary to pursue careers in biomedical sciences. It's geared to high school, community college, and 1st and 2nd year college students with limited laboratory experience.
- Inaugural “Gain an Edge” Summer Program - This program is for individuals interested in enhancing their academic skills, particularly high school students intending to pursue higher education, college freshmen, and those desiring to attend college
NOVA STEM Camps 23 - Led by STEM teachers and college students enrolled in STEM programs, our STEM Camp program introduces Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math to thousands of grade-school students. Camps are focused on hands-on, project-based learning that provides students with excellent opportunities to begin exploring STEM fields and to chart a course for future STEM education and workforce opportunities. Our STEM camp tracks for students in grades 4-12 include Coding, Robotics, Cybersecurity, Fabrication, Rocketry, and more. Registration is now open and will be available throughout the summer. Camps will run June 26th through August 4th. #STEMCamps2023 REGISTER NOW
Girls Who Code
Level up by becoming a coder this summer with Girls Who Code! Choose your own adventure through our two free virtual programs and get the skills, network, and lifelong college and career support you need to change the world. All high school girls and non-binary students are welcome to apply, including past participants!
Don’t miss your chance to be a part of a sisterhood that supports you for life! Get started at girlswhocode.com/summerapply or attend a webinar. Make sure that you indicate that you are affiliated with Loudoun County Public Schools on the application! Girls Who Code - Summer Flyer
FREE SUMMER HIGH SCHOOL FLIGHT ACADEMY - APPLICATION SUBMISSIONS WILL OPEN IN JANUARY 2023
ACADEMY DATES: Residential Flight Sessions will take place during Summer 2023
ELIGIBILITY: Students must have at least a 3.0 GPA, be U.S. citizens, Virginia residents and 16 years old by the start of the Academy. They must also be able to pass an FAA flight physical exam and have transportation to their assigned flight school.
CONTACT: Ian Cawthray, Program Coordinator or Debbie Ross, Program Assistant Virginia Space Grant Consortium email@example.com 757.766.5210The Road Less Traveled - https://www.theroadlesstraveled.com/
Teen Summer Travel Programs for High School and Middle School Students - Scholarship opportunities available.
IT IS SAID THAT LIFE IS THE COLLECTION OF GREAT MEMORIES. THIS WILL BE ONE OF THEM.
The Road Less Traveled is life-changing. An extraordinary summer travel opportunity for teens to join with others, explore humanity, and build deep relationships and an appreciation for our world’s vast adventurous scenery and its people. A BWHS Alum attended one of these camps in the past. This is a direct quote from one of their parents. "I can not say enough good things about this program."Pathways to Science - free summer residential experience for high school Latinas in Virginia
The purpose of this program funded by the National Science Foundation is to engage with Latinas who are interested in STEM early in their high school career with the goal of encouraging them to pursue a college education and career in STEM. Our ultimate goal is to increase the number of Latina STEM professionals in VA. Visit the website http://pathwaystoscience.com/
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