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Colorado School of Mines High School Girls Leadership Conference
Girls Lead the Way

This program is sponsored by the Society for Women Engineers at Colorado School of Mines for girls in grades 9th thru 12th grade. 

Unlocking the Mysteries

Colorado School of Mines
1600 Maple St.
Golden, CO

Saturday, February 11, 2017
8:30 AM - 3:30 PM
Girls 9th-12th Grade

$30 Preregister by January 30th at the following link:

https://commerce.cashnet.com/SWE_MEP

Science is only possible through discovery, which means that everything was once a complex mystery.

Join us for an experience that will help guide young women towards a future in STEM and provide them with the keys to make their own discoveries.

Bronfman Fellowships


BYFI is a fully-funded Fellowship that is among the most prestigious programs available to outstanding Jewish students of all backgrounds who are in their junior year of high school. The purpose of the Bronfman Fellowships is to invest in a cohort of bright young Jews who will be leaders of tomorrow in all areas of Jewish and public life. We seek intellectually curious and mature applicants with a strong character.

The program includes an all-expense paid five-week trip to Israel and two seminars in New York City where Fellows explore Jewish identity, Jewish ideas, and connect to other young Jews from both Israel and America. It should be made clear that no Jewish educational background is required for eligibility. They select Fellows who are religiously observant and those only marginally affiliated with Judaism.

The academic and professional successes of the 1000+ alumni reflect the high quality of the program and highlight the kinds of benefits that can redound to its participants. For example, over 50% of BYFI alumni have attended Ivy League schools. Indeed The Bronfman Youth Fellowships in Israel has been listed by Chuck Hughes, former Senior Admissions Officer at Harvard, in his book, “What it Really Takes to Get into the Ivy League and other Highly Selective Colleges,” as one of the programs which “act as filters for admissions officers to validate candidates who have been similarly identified by other organizations for talent and promise.” Professionally, BYFI alumni comprise former U.S. Supreme Court Clerks, celebrated authors, journalists and producers with leading news organizations such as The New York Times and NBC, and numerous teachers, scholars and clergy.

The Fellowships are awarded competitively to twenty-six individuals who will be entering the twelfth grade of school in the fall of 2016. Fellowship awards are based on merit.

If you are  interested in our program, please send  their names and email addresses and  go to the website, bronfman.org. The application deadline is January 6, 2016.

Health Professions Recruitment and Exposure Program (HPREP) 

HPREP is a program offered through the Student National Medical Association (SNMA) chapter at Duke SOM. Specifically, the program is aimed at minority high school students 9th-12th grade interested in the health care field. In HPREP, high school students are exposed to the biomedical and health sciences through an enriching curriculum that is designed to encourage, empower, and excite our participants. Sessions are held on Saturday mornings from 9-1 and cover topics including college applications, hands on physical exams, standardized patient interviews, and tours of medical facilities. Each student is required to participate in a mock interview, give a 5-10 minute presentation about a disease process, and complete a personal statement. Topics are presented in a fun, interactive, and captivating way so that students stay enthusiastic about learning. At the end of the program all students are eligible for the Delano Merriweather Scholarship (one $1,000 and two $500). Link to apply: https://goo.gl/forms/i2vMWt8UlkkAf0vq1  







Duke Splash
Event: Saturday, October 29, 2016
Register By: Monday, October 24, 2016 at midnight

Splash is an educational initiative that allows middle school and high school students to participate in small, interactive seminars for one day each semester that are taught and designed by passionate Duke students. These seminars cover a wide range of topics, and we’re proud to offer everything from Advanced Astrophysics to Disney Movie Culture. All of these classes take place on Duke’s campus during the Fall and Spring semesters.

Splash is completely free of charge for all students, and lunch will be provided to all attendees. We will also have t-shirts for sale, if you would like a souvenir from the day.

How Does this Work?

Interested and engaged students are what makes Splash the great program that it is! You can participate in Duke Splash by registering as a student through the “LEARN” tab, and then signing up for the classes you’re interested in taking during the day.

On the day of the event, students can be taken to our on-campus drop-off point where they will be met by excited volunteers and led to Splash’s help room and registration area. After a quick orientation, students will be led to their first classes and will begin their day! Volunteers will be available all day to help students that have trouble finding buildings. At the end of Splash, students can be picked up back at the drop-off point.

Permission Forms

All students must fill out the appropriate forms, found here.

More information

We are very excited to be able to make Duke Splash free for all students. We wouldn’t have been able to do so without the generous support of many different donors. If you would like to help us provide future programs at no cost to students, we will be accepting not tax-deductible donations. Donations can either be cash or checks made out to “Duke Splash”.

Click here for contact information and a schedule of Splash.

iTeach Day at East Carolina University
Event: Saturday, December 3, 2016
Registration Deadline: November 21, 2016 at 5:00 pm

The College of Education at East Carolina University will host its annual iTeach Day event on Saturday, Dec. 3rd. This event is for prospective Teacher Education high school juniors & seniors, transfer students, and those eligible for Alternative Licensure, NC Teach, and SECU Partnership East programs. Come spend a day at ECU with the College of Education faculty and students to learn more about our programs and options for Teacher Education majors. The attached flyer includes a registration link and additional event details. Those who register for the event will be sent event details, including parking information a few days prior to the event.

Location: Mendenhall Student Center on the campus of ECU

Time: 9:00am — 1:00pm

Registration Link:http://bit.ly/OPDAnnual

Pre-College Initiative Shadowing Day
Event: Friday, November 11, 2016
Registration Deadline: October 23, 2016 at 5:00 pm

The Pre-College Initiative Shadowing Day is an event hosted by NC State's National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) chapter. We invite middle and high school students to our campus to shadow college students as they attend their classes. This gives young children a glimpse into the life of an engineering student while experiencing higher learning.

This year, the PCI Shadowing Day will be held on Friday, November 11th. The event will take place from 8:00am - 3:30pm. Registration for the event is open and can be completed filling out the form provided in the link below. Registration will closeOctober 23rd at 5pm .

More information will be coming out soon regarding the logistics of the event (pick-up and drop off locations, food, etc.) If you are at all interested please register below. Also, if you know anyone who would be interested, please forward them this message. We welcome all to participate! If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, please direct them to the email:nsbeshadow@gmail.com


UNC Splash

Splash UNC is an educational enrichment program that allows high school students to take classes on the UNC-Chapel Hill campus created and taught by Carolina students. Classes include a variety of interesting topics ranging from chemistry and swing dancing to neuroscience and Harry Potter.

The 120+ classes they are offering this semester aim to help high school students explore their current interests and discover new passions. The program also provides students with the opportunity to visit the UNC-Chapel Hill campus and meet some of the university’s most engaged students.

Splash UNC is hosting its fourth program bi-annual for high school students on Saturday, November 12 from 9:30am to 5pm. The program fee is $15 and lunch is provided. They offer full financial aid to any student who needs financial assistance to attend Splash UNC. They accept payment online through their registration page, where students can also pre-order a Splash UNC t-shirt for $10. They will also accept the program fee in cash or by check the day of the event when students come to campus.

Visit UNC-Chapel Hill's campus to take a variety of interesting and fun classes taught by Carolina students. They are offering over 120 classes with topics that range from college admissions, to self-defense, to zombies, to DNA, and beyond. The program will be held on Saturday, November 12 from 9:30am to 5pm. Create your own schedule to maximize your learning!

To learn more and register, visit splash.web.unc.edu 

Registration closes on November 5, so don't delay!



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