Summer Opportunities

Women in STEM Opportunity: Yellowstone Wildlife Ecology

Brochure –> Yellowstone Wildlife Ecology Program_

Ecology Project International, a Missoula-based non-profit organization seeking to improve science education through field-based student-scientist partnerships, is in the midst of a huge STEM4Good campaign. As part of this campaign, we are seeking to recruit Montana young women to participate in one of our 5-day Yellowstone Wildlife Ecology Programs, which are uniquely positioned to empower and excite young women about field science.

You’ll spend the week in and around Yellowstone National Park, where National Park Service scientists and National Parks Conservation
Association staff will work with you on habitat restoration and bison grazing projects. You’ll observe the park’s famous Lamar Valley wolf packs and fantastic thermal features will be on display nearby.

How to sign up –> Yellowstone Summer OE_ EnrollmentInstructions_HighSchool

Civitan Youth Seminar Idaho State University

Five day conference for high school students sponsored by Civitan Clubs of the Intermountain states. Youth Seminar emphasizes team building and leadership in an exciting, fun and meaningful format. Seminar is an opportunity to learn about topics relevant to today’s youth. Students  participate in community service projects, discussion groups, recreational activities, and awesome games.

See attached flyer below for more info:

Civitan Youth Seminar at Idaho State

2018 Junior Police Leadership Academy

JPLA will be held July 8th – 14th, 2018 at the Montana Law Enforcement Academy.

The Montana Chiefs of Police Association (MACOP) is proud to sponsor the Junior Police Leadership Academy and to make it available at no cost to the youth of Montana.

Students have to complete an application, be sponsored by their local Chief of Police or Sheriff, and type an essay expressing why they are interested in the Criminal Justice Profession and why they should be selected to attend.

http://macop.com/Upcoming_Events.html

MedStart Summer Camp

Application due March 9th, 2018

MedStart Summer Camp is a 5-day summer camp program sponsored by the Montana AHEC (Area Health Education Center) system. The program is designed to encourage sophomore and junior high school students to pursue their interest in a variety of healthcare careers. Montana AHEC focuses on accepting students from low-income families, rural areas, under-represented minorities,
or those who will be first in their family to attend college. The aim of MedStart is to provide students a chance to further explore healthcare careers, learn about college life, and realize it is possible to pursue higher education.

MedStart Flyer 2018 – South Central

2018 MedStart Application fillable V2

Youth Forest Monitoring Program Internship

Application due April 13th, 2018

June 18th-August 2nd, Mondays-Thursdays

Students learn concepts and techniques in natural resource conservation and management. Students will work in classroom and field settings. Outdoor skills will be introduced in preparation for a three-day field trip monitoring trip into the back-country during July.

Youth Forest Monitoring Program Internship

Cambridge Immerse

Its never too early to start thinking about summer 2018! Looking for an enriching experience? Cambridge Immerse program is a great way to start making connections with people from around the world and getting a taste of university courses by attending Cambridge for a summer program.

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Cambridge Immerse is a two week residential academic programme with a diverse and enriching curriculum, designed for 16-18 year old students – providing a taster of what it’s like to study a subject at university level. Academic sessions are carefully designed and taught by expert tutors in an optimal learning environment that stimulates academic enquiry. And our carefully planned schedule ensures that the programme not only meets the academic needs of the participants, but also provides a unique experience of the university city through an abundance of extracurricular activities.