• Summer Enrichment Programs

     

    Solution Tree’s High School Summer Internship Program
     
    Solution Tree is a rapidly growing educational publishing company based in Bloomington, Indiana. Solution Tree employees and interns enjoy an innovative, team-oriented environment at a great downtown location.

    Solution Tree’s Summer Internship Program has been developed to help pique the interest of college bound high school students planning for a career in any number of business related fields, including (but not limited to): publishing, marketing/sales, accounting, professional development, customer service, or event/conference planning. Qualified students entering their junior or senior year in high school are eligible for this six-week internship program. This program provides area high school students with an opportunity to learn more about different careers.

    Students are required to work 2 days per week, 6 hours per day, for the internship period. This internship program is unique. Instead of working in only one department during their internship, at Solution Tree, students will work in a variety of different departments. Students will spend one week in each of the six different areas listed above. The goal is to give students exposure to different roles and careers. Solution Tree will provide a kick off celebration to start their internship and will host a recognition reception for the students and their parents at the end of their assignment. Upon satisfactory completion of the six-week internship program, each intern will receive a $1000 monetary gift.

    Students will have completed an application and completed a formal interview process. Students will be required to go through Solution Tree’s orientation. They will also be required to orient in the departments in which they will be interning. This internship is designed to give the high school students observation and as much hands-on experience as possible. It also provides students with interviewing and career skills to help prepare them for the workforce.

    Students are required to submit an application and two letters of recommendation (from a teacher, administrator or mentor) by TBA. Selected interns will be notified (TBA). Please contact 812-336-7700 ext. 231 or jobs@solution-tree.com for more information about Solution Tree’s High School Summer Internship Program.

     

    USNA summer STEM camp

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    Leadership Opportunities Through Service (LOTS) is a program that is part of the outdoor education curricula for MCCSC. It provides an opportunity for selected high school seniors to receive leadership training and to participate with a fifth grade class at Bradford Woods.

     Application packets are available for pick-up in the front office.

     Application deadline:  April 24 (to Ms. Gross).

     

    IU Bloomington School of Informatics Summer Camp

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     Balfour Pre-College Academy 

    (http://education.indiana.edu/p16/Collaborative%20Projects/Current%20Projects/balfour-scholars-program-home/balfour-application.php)

     

     Jim Holland Summer Enrichment Program – science camp

    website: http://go.iu.edu/holland

    Application deadline: Friday, March 24, 2017

     

    Here’s the master list of precollege programs at Indiana University (http://precollege.indiana.edu/program-list/index.shtml). I hope we see many of your students on campus this summer!

     

    Swahili STARTALK 2015

    STARTALK Swahili is an intensive, four-week course for 8th - 12th graders that meets daily from Monday through Friday with classroom instruction of 3.5 hours and an hour of conversation. On successful completion of the course, students will get 3 credits.  More info at http://www.indiana.edu/~swastar/about.

     

    Indiana University Model UN -

    A local opportunity for students interested in politics and global issues.  More info at http://www.indiana.edu/~mun/summer-camp/index.php.

     

    The Indiana University Summer Language Workshop continues to accept applications for intensive study of Arabic, BCS, Chinese, Dutch, Hindi-Urdu, Hungarian, Kurdish, Mongolian, Persian, Russian, Swahili, Tatar, Turkish, Turkmen, and Ukrainian on the Bloomington campus. 4-5 week courses in Russian are also available in June.

     All students pay in-state tuition and earn up to two semesters of (transferable) academic college credit. High school students who are rising or graduating seniors are eligible to apply, so long as they are at least 17 years of age at the start of the program. On-campus housing is available. This is a great opportunity for students to get a jump-start on studying a less-commonly taught language that will benefit their future careers, as well as a chance to experience one of the most beautiful college campuses in the country.

     See http://www.indiana.edu/~swseel<http://www.indiana.edu/%7Eswseel>  for more information and to apply.

     Questions? Please contact swseel@indiana.edu<http://mailto:swseel@indiana.edu> or 812-855-2889

     

    IU Health Bloomington Health Career Camp 

    High school students entering grades 10, 11, & 12 in fall 2015 are invited to attend Health Career Camp, which is a week-long look at IU Health Bloomington Hospital careers. The first 28 students who can commit to the entire camp will be accepted. Please email Lisa Nguyen, HR Consultant, at LNguyen2@iuhealth.org to reserve a spot.