United Way of South Texas has a really cool website where you can search and sign up for volunteer opportunities that match or closely match your interests! Check out the site, sign up, & continue to build your resume! Freshmen, Sophomores, and Juniors - start thinking about your summer plans! Volunteer South Texas Site!
PharmCamp June 10 – 13, 2019 University of Incarnate Word - San Antonio The Feik School of Pharmacy PharmCamp provides students an opportunity to learn about a career in the field of health care, specifically pharmacy, through classes, guest speakers, and activities. Additionally, students will be learning essential college and career readiness and leadership skills. … Continue reading 2019 Pharmacy Camp (Fully Funded)
The Department of Computer Science at the University of Texas at Austin is offering five residential summer camps. First Bytes 1 and First Bytes 2 are both free week-long camps geared toward rising junior and senior girls (Texas residents); Code Longhorn is a free week-long camp geared toward rising underrepresented junior and senior boys and girls (Texas residents); Texas Computer Science … Continue reading 2019 UT Austin Computer Science Summer Programs
Summer Advocacy Program Saturday, July 20 - Friday, July 26, 2019 in Washington DC The ACLU Advocacy Institute’s Summer Advocacy Program will bring together a diverse group of high school students (ages 15-18) from across the United States to participate in a week-long, firsthand learning experience for the next generation of social justice advocates. Application Process 1. … Continue reading 2019 ACLU Summer Advocacy Program
The McAllen Teen Court was established to add a new dimension of diversion, accountability, and responsibility to the Juvenile Justice System. The purpose of the program is to involve young people in taking responsibility for their actions and to give the community an active role in dealing with juvenile crimes. Attached is the form to … Continue reading 2019 Teen Court Program
NanoAcademy is a workshop for students to participate in STEM lessons designed by experienced teachers inspired by the ongoing research at Rice University. Lessons range from 5th-12th grade in level and cover a variety of topics, including nanoparticles in water treatment, viruses, hydrogels, and food science! NanoAcademy is free for students that register online. February 16: 8am-12:30pm … Continue reading 2019 Rice University NanoAcademy Program!
Encourage high school students in your life to take advantage of their summer break and attend a design studio or architecture camp. Explore the list to learn about the remarkable programs offered to high school students who wish to learn about architecture and design. https://www.aia.org/pages/18291-summer-architecture-education-programs-for-h