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Student Opportunities

(2019-2020 Seniors) Olde Beaufort Farmers’ Market Internship/Scholarship

The Olde Beaufort Farmers’ Market is looking for high school rising seniors interested in being interns at the Saturday morning markets which run from  8:30 – 1:00.

Interns would be an important part of the market operation including working

with market vendors, selling market merchandise in the Welcome Tent, helping to serve food, working with kids in the Kids’ Corner tent, and various other activities.Participation of at least 30 hours in this internship program will qualify the student intern for consideration for a sizeable scholarship at the end of the school year. We hope that those who are looking for volunteer community service hours, those who are interested in giving back to their community, and those who are interested in working with people in a fun environment at the farmers’ market will email at: oldebeaufortfarmersmarket@gmail.com. 

Cooperative Council of NC Cooperative Leadership Camp

Each summer, the Council holds a week-long, overnight camp for youth, held at the NC FFA Center at White Lake, NC.   Open to rising high school sophomores, juniors and seniors, this camp features energetic and interactive workshops and presentations, outdoor recreation, leadership development, team building activities and small group sessions with an emphasis on how cooperatives operate. Please fill out the Application before May 25th! Space is limited! FREE to selected students!

 

You will be eligible for the $1,000 Jim Graham Scholarship when you attend and complete this experience. 

 

http://www.ccnc.coop/co-op-leadership-camp.htm

Beacon College-Summer for Success Program

 

Applications are still being accepted for the impactful Summer for Success program! This 3-week summer immersion experience prepares students with LD/ADHD for the transition to college with personalized, strategic coursework as well as off-campus activities, while living on our campus in Leesburg, FL with other students who learn differently.

 

Click HERE for a complete, detailed program description and a typical day’s schedule. Scholarships for the Summer for Success program are available for students in need, but they should apply early for first-come first-serve consideration.

 

APPLY NOW!


 

While living on campus at Beacon College, summer students will:

 
  Participate in two core courses and one additional class from nearly a dozen electives.
 
  Experience what it’s like to live and learn on a college campus.
 
  Learn, from current Beacon students, how to self-advocate and make the most of essential college support programs.
 
  Participate in a wide range of campus activities and join in weekend excursionsto such venues as the Kennedy Space Center, Orlando theme parks, and area beaches.
 

Why Beacon College?


For more than a quarter century, Beacon College has been the recognized leader in offering affordable, career-focused baccalaureate degree programs for students with learning disabilities, ADHD and other learning differences. Our impressive results speak for themselves:

 

70%

Four-Year
Graduation
Rate (10yr avg)

 

83.5%

Beacon Graduates Employed
or Pursuing Continuing
and Graduate Study


For questions or assistance, call us at 855-220-5376 or email admissions@beaconcollege.edu.

Shelton Leadership Challenge

North Carolina Wesleyan College is delighted to offer The Shelton Challenge on our campus July 7-July 12, 2019The Shelton Challenge seeks youth that are rising 9th to 12th grades students (graduating seniors included) with a 3.0 grade point average or higher. Cost to attend the program is $500 for the week. The cost includes meals, room, transportation during the camp, and all activities while attending camp.

 

Below you will find the link to the website if you are interested in attending a leadership camp and engaging in values-based leadership.  The core curriculum focuses on leadership roles and accountability, team building, leadership styles and situations, social responsibility, integrity as a leader, public speaking, changing behaviors and goal setting.  These challenges are designed to appeal to youth who are motivated to learn how to lead others and make a difference for their families, community and nation. The application deadline is May 17, 2019. We will accept application after this date on a rolling basis until the program has been filled.

 

Also, The Shelton Challenge will offer a scholarship in the amount of $1,000 to students who complete the Shelton Challenge and enroll as a full-time undergraduate student at North Carolina Wesleyan College. The scholarship is renewable for each academic year (fall/spring) if the student maintains an overall GPA of at least a 2.70 (and is enrolled as a full-time student) for a maximum of four academic years.

 

http://ncwc.edu/shelton-challenge

https://www.facebook.com/SheltonChallengeNCWesleyan/

 

American Legion Girls State and Boys State Summer Program

The American Legion is once again offering the 2019 Girls State and Boys Programs. This is a week long program pertaining to the study of the structure and operation of the NC State Government with a hands-on approach to learning how state and local governments work. 

 

Dates: Girls State- June 09-15, 2019 (Catawba College)

           Boys State-June  16-22, 2019 (Catawba College)

 

To be eligible you must:

 

-be a junior in high school at the time of application

-be between the ages of 16 and 18

-be in the top third of the class, 

-be a resident of NC, must be mature, responsible, and in good physical condition 

 

Please see Mrs. Sadler in student services for an application. Boys State is due to Mrs. Sadler on April 15, 2019. Girls State is due to Mrs. Sadler by March 29, 2019. 

2019 Summer Programs-NC State



At NC State our mission is to provide college access and awareness to all students in North Carolina. We offer the following summer academic enrichment programs where students will have the opportunity to experience life at NC State, meet fellow high school students and enhance their cultural identity. Please help us spread the word about these opportunities and encourage your students to apply by April 15.
 

Native Education Forum

June 16-22
A six-day residential program for rising juniors and seniors who have a strong interest and appreciation for the Native American/American Indian culture.

To be considered, students should:

  • be a rising 11th or 12th grade student that identifies as Native American/American Indian or is interested in American Indian culture
  • have a cumulative grade point average of 3.5 or higher
  • be interested in NC State University
  • be a leader in your school, family and/or the community
Visit the NEF website to learn more.

Emerging Scholars Academy

June 23-29
A six-day residential program for rising high school juniors who have a strong interest and appreciation for the African American experience and culture.

To be considered, students should:

  • be a rising 11th grade student
  • have a cumulative grade point average of 3.5 or higher OR in the top 10% of the class
  • identify as African American or is interested in African American culture and topics
  • be a leader in school, family and/or the community
Visit the ESA website to learn more.

Caminos

July 25-28
A four-day residential program for rising high school juniors and seniors with a strong interest in Hispanic/Latinx culture. This program will provide you the opportunity to learn about higher education while reinforcing cultural identity and community ties.

To be considered, students should:

  • be a rising 11th or 12th grade student that identifies as Hispanic/Latinx or has an interest in Hispanic/Latinx Culture
  • have a cumulative grade point average of 3.5 or higher
  • be interested in pursuing higher education
  • be a leader in your school, family and/or the community
Visit the Caminos website to learn more.
 

Duke Summer Opportunities

At Duke Summer Session, we are committed to providing high school students with the opportunity to be a college student over the summer at one of the world’s premier universities.  By attending our Summer College program, you will not only have the authentic college experience of living in Duke University’s dorms and taking credit-bearing classes alongside undergraduate students, but also the opportunity to accompany your college application with a letter of recommendation from a Duke instructor and transcript from Duke University – two substantive indicators that you have what it takes to thrive in an elite academic setting. 
 
Courses fill up quickly, so apply online today:
 
Application for US Students
Application for International Students

Or earn a certificate in one of our shorter programs: Summer Academy or our Accelerated STEM Academy !

Camp Kesem at Duke University

Camp Kesem provides a free weeklong campus for children whose parents have been touched by cancer. Duke University students serve as volunteers during this week to allow these children to experience being a child without the stress they face every day at home. This summer, we are looking to host this camp for 150 North Carolina children ages 6-16! I am emailing you to see if you would be willing to reach out to the schools you oversee to see if any families are in need of this service. This summer, Camp Kesem at Duke University will be occurring from August 19-August 24 at Camp Keyauwee in Sophia, NC (west of Greensboro). 

 

If you are interested in signing up, please follow these steps below to take advantage of this wonderful opportunity!

 

1) Go to kesem.force.com

2) On the top left-hand corner, select "Pick a Camp"

3) Scroll through the states until finding North Carolina and press "search"

4) Find the Duke University camp and press "register" to begin the application process! It currently says "waitlist," but we still have room for more campers!!

USC Military 2019 Provost's Pre-College Summer Scholarship-Currently Closed

Current Sophomores and Juniors, 

 

Please see below for information regarding a great summer program at the University of Southern California.  

You must have at least a 3.0 GPA and be the son or daughter of an active U.S. military service member, reservist, or guard to apply online today. Deadline is January 18, 2019. 

 

https://summerprograms.usc.edu/

 

https://usc.smapply.org/

Duke Summer Sessions

We invite you to imagine yourself at Duke this summer if you are:

  • seeking to gain academic credit from renowned Duke faculty or interested in engaging deeply with a particular subject.
  • hoping to spend your summer enjoying residential activities on Duke’s historic West Campus.
  • seeking to prepare for college and to create an international network of peers.

Summer Ventures in Science and Mathematics-Application NOW CLOSED

Rising Juniors and Seniors,

 

Summer Ventures in Science and Mathematics (offered through the NC School of Science and Math) is a cost-free, statewide science and math enrichment program for students with proven academic ability, motivation in the STEM fields of study, and emotional maturity.  Summer Ventures takes students beyond the traditional boundaries of high school science and mathematics while exploring topics of interest to them and learning experimental design, laboratory skills, instrumentation, mathematical modeling, strategies in mathematical problem solving and more.  At the end of the four-week residential program, students present a comprehensive research project on a current topic in a STEM field of study.

 

The online application may be found at:  https://www.ncssm.edu/summerventures  The application period for 2019 opens October 15, 2018 and the deadline for submitting summer 2019 applications is January 15, 2019.  Students who submit applications prior to January 15, 2019 will be notified of admission decisions April 9, 2019.

 

Summer Ventures office at ECU is available to assist you with information about the application process or about the program in general.  An informational brochure is attached. 

 

Please email us at summerventures@ecu.edu or call 252-328-6036 if you need assistance. 

NC State SATELLITE camp

SATELLITE is a five day STEM outreach and leadership development program with the goal of exposing high school sophomores across underserved communities in North Carolina to STEM careers and postsecondary educational opportunities. Students will have the opportunity to participate in a wide variety of STEM activities including, but not limited to: a field trip to the Museum of Natural Sciences, an egg drop competition, and workshops in paper science engineering, textiles, and agriculture and life sciences led by NC State faculty and students. Students will not only be able to participate in a wide variety of career information programs, but they will have the opportunity to stay in dorm-style housing to get the full college experience.

 

Our program this year will run from May 11th through the 15th. Our application requires two letters of recommendation and a few short essays pertaining to the student’s interest in STEM. Due to the nature of the program, we do not consider a student’s academic success when reviewing applications. We are looking only for a student’s desire to maximize their experience at SATELLITE. The deadline to apply is March 1st, 2019, and students will be notified of their acceptance by March 30th, 2019. The program costs $30, but a limited number of need-based scholarships are available. 

 

 For more information, feel free to reach out at jlowe3@ncsu.edu. You can also check out our website at https://go.ncsu.edu/satellite.

   

 

Criminal Justice Fellows Program-Currently Closed

The mission of the North Carolina Criminal Justice Fellows Program is to recruit talented high school graduates into the criminal justice profession. Each year this program will fund fellowships for high school graduate who have exhibited high academic achievement, a history of service to the school and community, and a desire to serve the state of North Carolina in a field within the criminal justice profession.


The N.C. Criminal Justice Fellows Program will provide forgivable educational loans for high school seniors who agree to enter criminal justice profession in North Carolina. This fellowship will fund an Applied Associates Degree in Criminal Justice or Committee approved related field of study, from any North Carolina Community College System school in an eligible county. Students who receive the educational loan would have 5 years to repay, though it would be forgiven if they enter and remain in a criminal justice profession with North Carolina for four years in an eligible county.

Students who graduate under this program in good standing will be given priority to enter a criminal justice training program for certification in an eligible criminal justice profession within the Community College System.

 

****THE APPLICATION PROCESS WILL OPEN JANUARY 1, 2019 ****
APPLICATION PROCESS WILL CLOSE ON APRIL 15, 2019
CONTACT ERICA REID:  cjfellows@ncdoj.gov

https://ncdoj.gov/About-DOJ/Law-Enforcement-Training-and-Standards/Criminal-Justice-Fellows-Program.aspx

Military Recruiters

If you are interested in speaking with a recruiter, please see below for days they will be present during lunches to meet with you:

 

Air Force-Thursdays (first date set: Sept. 20)

DANIELA ERSKINE, SSGT

Air Force Reserve Recruiter, 916 ARW/RS

409 Western Blvd Suite 600

Jacksonville, NC 28546

Office: 910-219-1403

Cell: 910-322-0661

Fax: 910-219-1404

 

Army-Tuesdays

Sergeant First Class Lee C. Smith 

United States Army Recruiter

480 US HWY 70 W

Havelock, NC 28532

lee.c.smith2.mil@mail.mil

Office: 252-447-6952

Cell-919-327-8171

 

Navy- Mondays (first set date: Sept. 10)

FCC(SW)Samuel R Kipe
NRS New Bern LCPO
1222 S Glenburnie Rd
New Bern, NC 28562
Office: 252-339-3782

 

Marines-Wednesdays

Sergeant Ryan Phelps

Marine Corps Recruiter

1150 Western Blvd. Suite B

Jacksonville, NC

ryan.phelps@marines.usmc.mil

Office:910-347-4343

Cell:919-208-3901