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Summer 2017

Internship Opportunity with

Garrison School Cultural Center Liberty, Missouri

Garrison School Cultural Center is seeking intern(s) to assist with programming and other activities in the summer of 2017. This will involve helping to prepare the June 23, 2017 Juneteenth celebration and fundraising dinner at Garrison and helping to host guests at the event. It will involve helping to prepare Garrison murals and their October 2017 unveiling for the greater Kansas City community. It may also involve making youtube videos for the Garrison youtube channel (this task requires experience with iMovie). It will also include other responsibilities related to programming and the marketing and visibility of Garrison, i.e. making posters and promoting Garrison on social media. It may involve helping Board members of Clay County African American Legacy, Inc. prepare for and provide tours of the exhibits and art galleries at Garrison.

Garrison School Cultural Center preserves history, celebrates culture and promotes human relations. Interning with Garrison School Cultural Center is a way to learn, practice professional skills, enhance your resume, and unlock future opportunities. You will be shadowing leaders in the Liberty community and interfacing with persons from an array of different backgrounds.

Qualifications

  1. Completion of sophomore year of high school

  2. Interested in African American culture

  3. Creative and innovation

  4. Organized and reliable

  5. Desire to learn

  6. Access to transport

  7. Able to intern about 8 hours per week, on two different days of the week

Compensation: $10 for each day spent interning, up to $100/person

Interested candidates:
Please submit preferably by May 31, 2017 the following to robinsonc@william.jewell.edu and to kathryn.toure@gmail.com and to ryhollingsworth@sbcglobal.net

  1. Statement of motivation of the internship: why you are interested, what you will bring to the opportunity, and anything else you would like us to know

  2. If possible: one-page resume

  3. Names and contacts for two references we may contact.

 

 

Jet Tech Summer Aviation Maintenance Camp - June 16 and July 7th - This camp is free and for current and rising seniors. Call 816-753-9920 and ask for Mark Barefoot for more information or email him at coramk@AviationMaintenance.edu

 

 

Westminster STEM Academy

July 23-27, 2017

 

For incoming high school freshmen through graduating Class of 2017 seniors.

  • Collegiate-level, residential experience at one of the nation's top liberal arts colleges.
  • Explorations into how physics, environmental science, mathematics, and chemistry impact our daily lives and the entire world.
  • Problem-solving experience and project-based learning.
  • Hands-on experience to start students' research careers.
  • Optional 1 hour of college credit.

Students will work as professionals in the field and learn from dynamic faculty through the STEM Academy. For more information, visit www.westminster-mo.edu/go/STEM. Please contact program director, Dr. Jim Concannon, with any questions at Jim.Concannon@westminster-mo.edu.  

 

 

ANYTOWN- KC- July 9-13,2017. Anytown-KC is a week-long residential program for high school youth (grades 10-12) who are interested in learning about social justice issues and practicing their leadership skills to help make their schools and communities more inclusive. The 5-day residential camp is held at Rockhurst University, with a $350 cost. Do not let cost hold you back- contact the camp to see if funds are available to help cover the expense. Check out this flier to find out the details of the camp! If interested, apply HERE.

 

GenCyber CampJune 26-30, 2017 @ Marshall University Main Campus, Huntington, WV. The GenCyber program provides summer cyber security camp experiences for students at the 9-12 level. The goals of the program are to help all students understand correct and safe on-line behavior, increase diversity and interest in cyber security and careers in the cyber security workforce of the Nation. The program is FREE but limited to 24 students on a competitive basis. Application and information found HERE. Application deadline is May 15, 2017.

 

Summer at Duke 2017- Apply if you are interested in *seeking to gain academic credit from Duke faculty *hoping to spend your summer enjoying residential activities *excited to prepare for college and create an international network of peers. Applications open December 1st and continue until each program reaches capacity. Visit Duke Summer 2017 for more information. 

 

MAPS: Project Impact's Summer Bridge ProgramHeaded to K-State in Fall 2017? The program is only for incoming multicultural K-State students. Must plan on majoring in Agriculture, Business or Engineering. June 9-July 21, 2017. Application information at: http://www.k-state.edu/diversity/project-impact/maps.html

 

Stanford Pre-Collegiate Studies- Summer 2017. Multiple programs offered for specific academic departments. Visit here for more information.

 

Camp Cardiac- June 19-23, 2017. UMKC School of Medicine from 8:30-4pm daily. Must be at least 15 years old through graduating 2017 seniors. The following and more are included: CPR certification, hands-n workshops, lectures, heart dissection, medical student forums, etc. For more information on costs, program details and application, please visit Camp Cardiac KC

 

JCCC Learning Strategies- Summer Courses at Johnson County Community College beginning June 5. Courses are 1 hour- 3 hour elective college credit in Learning Strategies.  For more information, contact Valerie Mann at vkempton@jccc.edu or 913.469.8500, x 3335.

 

National Youth Leadership Forum- Summer 2017 in cities across the United States. There are 13 different programs for high school students. They range from 6-9 days with varying dates. Hands-on and real world experiences are only a portion of the activities they have planned in each program. Check out the NYLF website for more information.

 

Missouri S & T Summer Enrichment Classes- Summer 2017. A variety of summer camps are offered to students 6-12 grade. Are you an Adventurer? Cyber Guru? Nature Lover? If you have an interest in STEM, they have a program for you! You must apply and be accepted into these programs. Summer Program Flier Visit HERE to see a detailed list of descriptions and application information.

 

Northwest Missouri State University Online Classes- June 5- July 28th, 2017. 15 different course options. Information and registration can be found here

 

Mizzou Medical Explorations Summer Workshop- June 23-July 7th. All online except July 7th for a campus visit. The workshop, for juniors and seniors, is a 2-week online course and one-day visit to MU’s campus. The students will explore careers in healthcare, enhance self-awareness through personality assessment, and connect with peers, students, staff and faculty in healthcare. Fee is $50 with financial assistance available. Register HERE

 

Center for American Archeology Summer Field School- June 11-July 8, 2017. You may participate from one to four weeks on an archeological field crew at the Golden Eagle site for students 13-17. Information and application can be found HERE

 

Youth Transportation ConferenceJuly 16-21, 2017. The Missouri Department of Transportation (MoDOT) sponsors an annual Youth Transportation Conference each summer. Thirty students are selected from across the state to attend this conference in Jefferson City, Missouri. The six day conference is free to 9th, 10th, 11th and 12th graders, with participants staying overnight on the campus of Lincoln University. Interested? More information and the application can be found HERE

 

Various Summer Camp- Summer 2017. View an extensive list of various camps held around the area. 

 

Memphis College of Art Summer Academy- July 16-29, 2017. Students will be immersed in both Fine Arts and Design Arts study with hands-on learning and real college classroom experiences provided by MCA faculty and upper-level graduate students. To learn more about tuition, credit hours and to apply, visit HERE