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Summer Opportunities

Please click on the tab to the left under Summer Opportunities to view all of our Pre-College Summer Program listings.

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  1. Carleton Liberal Arts Experience
    • A week long summer program designed to introduce Carleton and the liberal arts through a thematic curriculum rooted in African American Studies.
    • Intended for students who identify as Black or African American or those interested in African American culture.
    • Free program!
    • Application deadline is April 7
    • Talk to your school counselor if interested
  2. College of William and Mary Law-Related Online Education Programs
    • All classes are live, interactive and virtual
    • Financial assistance offered
    • Register at https://tinyurl.com/reglawED24
    • Three class options
      • Introduction to Law & the U.S. Legal System
        • June 24-27 or July 15-18
        • $375
      • Intro to Artificial Intelligence
        • July 10-11
        • 275
      • Intro to Search and Seizure
        • July 8-9
        • $275
  3. Riverside Junior Volunteer Program
  4. University of Richmond Summer Reading Skills Program
    • Designed and taught by instructors from the Institute of Reading Development through a partnership with the University of Richmond School of of Professional & Continuing Studies
    • Programs for rising 9th and 10th graders to expand vocabulary and learn study strategies
    • Programs for rising 11th and 12th grade and rising college freshman to learn college-prep skills to learn how to complete work efficiently and earn better grades
    • For more information or to register call 1-800-499-8557
    • Flyers can be found in the school counseling office
  5. Sentara Junior Volunteer Program
  6. World Strides Veterinary Academy
    • Summer Veterinary leadership or career exploration programs
    • Multiple programs with opportunities to work in a zoo, help care for stray animals, or contribute to research
    • Locations in Costa Rica, Belize, Thailand, or two locations in the U.S.
    • Financial resources available of partial scholarships
    • Potential to earn up to 60 veterinary hours
    • Talk to your school counselor about being nominated