Middletown High School


College Programs / Summer Camps

Ohio Northern Music Camp

Deadline: June 1st
Camp: June 16-21st (Band Orchestra, & Choir) 
 

Duke University Summer Session

Enjoy personal enrichment classes with academically-motivated students from around the world. Students currently in grades 9 - 12 are eligible to apply. This three-week, non-credit-bearing program attracts students who represent the next generation of innovators and global citizens from around the world. Enroll in this elite program and immerse yourself in an international experience designed to expose you to leading-edge fields and equip you to be a leader in an ever-changing tomorrow. (Term 1: June 16-July 5th 2019/ Term 2: July 14- August 2, 2019) ***Application Deadline: April 15 2019***
 

NSLC Summer Conferences

This a career-Focused leadership conference for outstanding high school students. Qualifying 9-11th grade students explore potential careers, learn practical leadership skills, and experience life on a college campus. Please see the website for more information, application, and scholarship deadline. (Scholarship Deadline: March 15th) 
 

University of Akron-Girls Engineering Day

This free event is open to girls that in grades 9-12. It is a casual event and our way of introducing young girls to engineering and what UA has to offer. We want students to get a feel for the campus while meeting professional engineers, engineering students and other girls that share an interest in engineering.

All participants will receive a free brunch. Plus participate in the events below:

  • Honors engineering panel
  • Participate in an engineering activity
  • Tour Auburn Science and Engineering Center labs and Donovan Engineering Design Center

Please click here for more information. 

Northern Kentucky University Multicultural Leadership

Northern Kentucky University is hosting MLC 2019. It is the 10th Annual Multicultural Leadership Conference. This conference is designed for multicultural high school juniors with a 3.0 GPA or higher.  To assist your counselor in the nomination process on your behalf, please complete the nomination form. The form is due February 15th. 

For more information and nomination form please click here. 

 

Young Leaders Summit (YLS)

The Young Leaders Summit (YLS) is a free four-day, overnight (Aug 8th-Aug 11th), college empowerment conference for a diverse cohort of low-income high school juniors, selected through a competitive application process. It is designed to give these young leaders the practical tools they need to successfully apply to top universities, have full access to scholarship and financial aid opportunities, and set a course for academic and career success. Students must have a 3.0 GPA or better.  (Deadline is March 8th) 

For more information and application please click here. 

 Joe Nuxhall Youth Vounteer League

What is the Miracle League all about? It is a baseball league for children with disabilities.While April seems like a long way off we are already recruiting volunteers for 2019, because of the overwhelming participation from our Miracle League athletes in 2018.

What does a buddy do?

  • Provide an encouraging, interactive experience with each player before, during, and after the game.
  • Enjoy the game of baseball together.
  • Buddies will also assist players to help them get a hit, circle the bases, and score a run each inning. Buddies will provide assistance in the field of play, as well as during their time between innings in the team dugout.
  • See the attachment for more information.
  • Games are on Saturday mornings. Seasons run April – June and August – October.

For more information and application to volunteer, please click here. 

BGSU  Young Women in Business Leadership Program

The BGSU Young Women in Business Leadership Program is designed to introduce standout high school rising senior women to the principles and skills associated with being a leader in today’s college and professional world. Attend our summer camp and learn more about your leadership style and how to apply your style to become an effective leader. You will even enjoy a cookout with Dean Braun! The camp runs June 23-27 2019. Only 50 slots available. (Cost: $150)

Please click here for registration. 

Gettysburg College Summer Programs

Gettysburg College is excited to offer several opportunities for high school students over the summer months. Subjects include psychology, creative writing, or information technology. 

Please click here for more information.

Joyce Ivy Summer Scholars Program 

The Summer Scholars program provides scholarships for talented female high school students to participate in a summer academic program at one of our partner programs – some of the most rigorous and selective colleges and universities in the country. Scholars receive a full or partial scholarships, based on demonstrated financial need, to cover tuition, room and board, travel expenses, and supplies. The Joyce Ivy Foundation works directly with our set of program partners to combine Joyce Ivy scholarships with additional financial aid provided by the summer program.

For more information and for an application please click here. 

Martin W. Essex School for the Gifted and Talented (Otterbein University)

This summer camp offers rising high school juniors and seniors the chance to explore the arts, sciences and humanities through a set of seminars, hands-on workshops, and field trips. This residential school encourages social interaction and peer discussion so that students are challenged intellectually and artistically and develop a better understanding of their abilities and talents in their lives and in society. This residential camp will feature daily workshops and seminars as well as evening field trips and events. The camp will be held June 16th-22nd.

For more information and application, please click here

Stanford Summer Programs

Stanford Pre-Collegiate Summer Institutes is a three-week summer residential program where participants engage in single-subject intensive study and benefit from small class size and academically themed residences. Courses range in areas from Business to Bioscience, Particle Physics to Political Science, and Creative Writing to Cosmology. Each course is customized by its instructors to give students deep exposure and hands-on experience. Academics and social activities are integrated into every aspect of our program. Application deadline is February 27th. 

For more information and application please click here. 

Bowling Green State University Academic Summer Camps

Summer is the perfect time for pre-college students to explore their career interests. BGSU Pre-College Programs provides opportunities for students to experience the Bowling Green State University campus while expanding their knowledge, building life skills and exploring their interests. BGSU offers residential and day camps throughout the summer.

Please click here for detailed information about each program. 

 

Beacon College Summer Programs

Beacon College aims to give college-bound high school students who learn differently the skills, confidence and preparation to successfully transition from high school. They do so by helping them better understand their learning differences, recognize early stumbling blocks and know what they need to succeed in their first year of college. Summer programs vary through out the summer.

Please click here for more information, deadlines, and costs. 

Cincinnati Children's Summer Internship

Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center is pleased to announce the Summer Internship Program for science students interested in pursuing a Medical Career (MD, MD/PhD). A total of 15 positions will be available with faculty mentors from CCHMC working in different areas of Pediatrics and clinical research. Please note that this program is NOT for students interested in a Nursing career. This will be a highly competitive paid internship to qualified applicants based on high school academic and leadership accomplishments. The internship program begins on June 12- August 6. Interns will work part-time (20 hours per week), and will be paid a maximum of $1,368 (8.55/hr). 

Please click here for an application. Please click here for more information and to submit the application.  

CCHMC Biomedical Research Internship 

Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center is now accepting applications for the annual Biomedical Research Internship for Minority Students (BRIMS). This program pairs 15-16 outstanding minority students with a research mentor to pursue a 9 week full time basic science, transnational, or clinical biomedical research project during the summer. This is a paid competitive paid internships to qualified applicants based on academic and leadership accomplishments. The internship program begins June 4th- August 2nd. Interns will work full-time (40 hours per week) and will be paid a maximum of $3,078 ($8.55/hr). 

Please click here for an application. Please click here for more information and to submit the application. 

University of Cincinnati Summer Program: Learn Arabic

The course provides students with an introduction to the Phonology, Script, and Basic Structures of Modern Standard Arabic, Spoken Arabic of the Levant, Guest speakers and field trips. This program is completely free through the University of Cincinnati. 

Please click here for more information. 

WCPO Minority High School Summer Internship

WCPO channel 9 is offering a summer unpaid internship for current junior students. They must have a strong interest in broadcasting, web journalism, public relations, journalism, social media or a related field. The student must also posses leadership skills, be involved in the community, and participate in extracurricular activities. Each application must be completed with a aleeter of recommendation, a copy of their transcript, and a essay (500 words) of 'Why I want to explore the media field'. Deadline is March 31st. 

For more information and a application, please click here. 

Cornell University Summer Pre-College Programs

Experience the challenge of college study with Cornell faculty and earn college credit while still a sophomore, junior, or senior in high school. Applications are due in early March 8. Financial Aid is due Early May. 

Please click here for application deadlines and financial aid information.