Camps, Internships, and Opportunities
This page will be updated with opportunties as we receive them.
Send information about opportunities to email@example.com.
Please note that the programs here are listed as a courtesy rather than as an endorsement. Check out each offering agency thoroughly and investigate the programs well before signing on. If you would like some guidance about choosing a summer program, see How Admissions Officers Really View High School Summer Programs InGenius Blog.
Design, Architecture, STEM & Creativity, and Writing courses offered. They will fill fast!
Level Up Leadership Ambassador Program for women of color in the 11th and 12th grade
Recognizes and rewards high school students who have had a significant positive effect on race relations in their schools or communities through their volunteer efforts. Prize recipients receive a cash prize of $1,000 and an all-expenses-paid weekend to a Symposium on Race at Princeton University.
Students interested in giving back to their community through nonprofit service, apply for a paid summer internship.
"Fly-In" Programs are free or reduced-cost opportunities for seniors to visit colleges. Application timelines vary. Many, but not all, programs are intended for underrepresented populations and/or students who are the first in their family to go to college.
Check the details on each college's website. In Fall of 2021, we expect that some programs to be in person (get vaccinated—it might be a requirement!) and some to be virtual. Either way, a fly-in is a chance to visit and get more detailed and personalized information than you would in a standard information session.
Search this list; Fall 2021 Fly-In Programs by Get Me To College. The list is a bit clunky, but this is the most up to date source I know of this year.
And, consult the websites of colleges that interest you for the most up-to-date information. If a college that interests you doesn't have a program, see if it has a virtual tour that will take you there for a few minutes.
Fly-In Programs to consider--NOT a comprehensive list!
Note: even if a deadline has passed, check the website to see if the program is full.
Bowdoin College Explore Bowdoin virtual & in-person events; application due 9.8.2021
Claremont McKenna College 2021 Virtual Fall Preview Fly-In Program for first generation college students & students from diverse, traditionally underrepresented backgrounds; application due 9.6.2021
Denison University Dialogue with Denison October event; application due 9.17.2021
Middlebury College Discover Middlebury virtual event in October; deadline 9.10.2021
Oberlin College Multicultural Visit Program website anticipate in-person event at end of October or beginning of November; deadline 10.10.21.
Reed College Senior Scholars Program virtual event 11/19, 11/23, 12/1, or 12/9 with a great lineup of extra events. Apply to the program and the college by 11/15, and you will be considered.
Tulane University Preview TU virtual & in-person events in October; no published deadline
Wellesley College VOICE virtual event in September; priority deadline 7.28.2021, application open until full. Note: when we checked on 8.18.21, the application was still open.
Wellesley College AMPLIFY Leadership Program virtual event early October; no stated deadline, but register early if possible