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Audience: Summer Programs and Homepage

NeuroCamp is a FREE introductory neuroscience laboratory summer program developed by UCLA's Brain Research Institute (BRI) that is geared toward high school students of all academic backgrounds who are considering STEM education in college.  NeuroCamp 2017 will be held over a two-week period (three days each week) in July, and all interested students are encouraged to apply!

 

Applications are due by May 15. 

 

Click on the flyer for more information and how to apply. 

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Posted by: Jessica Chai
Published: 4/20/17

Audience: Summer Programs and Homepage

The UCLA School of the Arts and Architecture is very pleased to announce the second year of

FORM Academy - a multidisciplinary summer arts program for 25 high school students (entering 10th

- 12th graders) from under-resourced schools in Los Angeles County. We are looking for participants

who are imaginative, energetic and curious; interested in exploring the arts and creativity in an inter-disciplinary format; and who want to experience what life might be like on a university campus.

 

This summer, FORM Academy will be offered from August 1 through August 12. This is a FREE nine-day studio arts program including a public presentation on Saturday, August 12 for friends and families. Working with graduate mentors and UCLA faculty, FORM students will explore a range of art media such as video, painting, architecture, electronic arts and more - as well as participate in museum and campus tours, career discussions for fields in the arts, and an overnight stay in the dorms.

 

In addition to free tuition and the overnight stay in the dorms, all art supplies, instructional materials, lunches and snacks are provided throughout the program - but transportation to campus is not. Each selected student must be able to provide his/her own transportation to and from campus for the duration of the program.

 

Applications will be accepted from May 10, 2017 through May 25, 2017 via email or mail.

 

Please click on the attachments for more information and the application. 

 

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Posted by: Jessica Chai
Published: 4/17/17

Audience: Job Opportunities and Homepage

Juniors (Class of 2018!) The Superintendent’s Summer Scholar Program is an internship program created by L.A. Unified Superintendent Michelle King to enable high school students to gain firsthand experience in career fields that interest them. Students selected for the program work for six weeks in one of L.A. Unified’s diverse departments. For a description of participating departments, visit achieve.lausd.net/summerscholar and click on “About L.A. Unified Departments.” Each Scholar is paired with an L.A. Unified supervisor in the department where they work. This supervisor gives assignments to the Scholar and provides ongoing guidance, oversight, and support. In addition, all of the Summer Scholars come together on a weekly basis for professional development trainings. During these trainings, the Scholars learn a variety of professional skills, such as how to excel in job interviews and how to deliver great verbal presentations. At the end of the summer, students present a summary of what they have experienced and learned.

 

How much is each Summer Scholars paid?

The 2017 Summer Scholars will be paid $10.50/hour for the hours they work in June 2017, and $12.00/hour for the hours they work in July 2017.

 

Who is eligible to participate in the Superintendent’s Summer Scholar Program?

L.A. Unified students who are currently juniors in high school (Class of 2018) are eligible to participate in this program. Question: When does this year’s Summer Scholar program start? When does it end? Answer: The first day of the internship is June 19, 2017. The final day is six weeks later, on July 28, 2017. 

 

Deadline to apply is May 5, 2017. Please click on the attachment for more information and the link to apply. 

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Posted by: Jessica Chai
Published: 4/17/17

Audience: Summer Programs and Homepage


 

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Posted by: Jessica Chai
Published: 4/17/17

Audience: College Information & Scholarships and Homepage


 

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Posted by: Jessica Chai
Published: 4/6/17

Audience: College Information & Scholarships and Homepage

The Riordan Scholars Program targets incoming 10th, 11th, and 12th grade students who are college-bound and interested in developing the necessary leadership skills to succeed in college and business. The comprehensive program includes:  
 

  • Eight Saturday sessions
  • Human resources and organizational behavior case study overviews led by UCLA Anderson faculty
  • Team-based exploration of the stock market
  • A real estate competition focusing on communities in Los Angeles
  • Guest speakers from top industry leaders
  • SAT preparatory workshops for 10th and 11th grade Scholars
  • Personal mentors
  • Professional development seminars that include résumé writing, interviewing techniques and networking workshops

*ALL of the above is provided on a tuition FREE basis to Riordan Scholars!!!

 

To be eligible, applicants should meet the following criteria:

    • Must be a sophomore, junior or senior in high school by the start of the program.
    • Please note the senior applicant pool is extremely competitive. Senior applicants should work with their counselor to submit the best application possible.
    • Have a strong academic record ("B" average or better)
    • Demonstrated leadership skills and active involvement at school and in the community
    • First-generation college student 
    • Prior experience in or knowledge of business is not required

DEADLINE TO APPLY IS MAY 19, 2017. PLEASE CLICK ON THE LINK FOR MORE INFO AND TO APPLY. 

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Posted by: Jessica Chai
Published: 3/27/17

Audience: Job Opportunities and Homepage

The City of Los Angeles is offering high school juniors (Class of 2019) and seniors (Class of 2018) who are interested in the sciences with a great opportunity to participate in a six week paid summer internship!  Selected students will participate in the Summer Introduction to Engineering and Science Program (SITES) with the Department of Public Works Bureau of Sanitation from June 19, 2017 through July 28, 2017. Attached is the flyer with the program requirements.

 

This program includes training sessions, workshops, and educational field trips.  Students will have the opportunity to gain work experience and may explore careers in Civil Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Chemical Engineering, and Environmental Science.

 

The deadline for all applications is April 24, 2017.  The earlier the application is submitted, the better the chances of being admitted into the program!

 

Please submit documentation to Andrew.Washington@lacity.org.  For more information, call (213) 485-4047.

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Posted by: Jessica Chai
Published: 3/24/17

Audience: College Information & Scholarships and Homepage

GRADUATING SENIORS (CLASS OF 2017).

 

Year Up is a no-cost, one-year intensive training and internship program that prepares young adults for successful careers in technology and business operations. Receive professional training in technology and business operations, a paid internship, an education stipend and college credits. 

 

WHO CAN APPLY?

  • 18-24 years old
  • High school graduate or GED recipient
  • Of low to moderate income
  • A U.S. Citizen, permanent resident, or have an employment authorization card
  • Available 5 days a week (Monday-Friday) for the full year of the program
  • Highly motivated to learn new technical and professional skills

APPLY AT THE LINK PROVIDED.

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Posted by: Jessica Chai
Published: 3/23/17

Audience: College Information & Scholarships and Homepage

The Los Angeles College Promise will increase the number of community college graduates, university transfer and workforce-ready students throughout our region. It is a partnership between Los Angeles Community College District (LACCD), Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD), City of Los Angeles, LA Chamber of Commerce, UNITE LA and private philanthropy.

Through LA Promise, the LAUSD class of 2017 can receive free tuition for the first year and other additional benefits including participation in a Summer Bridge program; assistance completing financial aid forms; priority registration for classes (move to the front of the line); success coaching and tutoring; and a structured class schedule.

To qualify:

  • The student must be a 2017 graduate of an LAUSD regular or charter school
  • The student must complete a FAFSA and/or BOG Fee Wavier application
  • The student must attend full time (12 to 15 units) 

FOR MORE INFORMATION AND TO REGISTER FOR AN INFORMATION SESSION, PLEASE CLICK ON THE LINK. 

 

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Posted by: Jessica Chai
Published: 12/13/16

Audience: Associated Student Body, Clubs and Homepage

American Indian Student Resources Center (AISRC)

  julianasuzukawa1@gmail.com

Anime Kurabu

  nwizzinw@gmail.com

Architecture Club

  pradoelena0525@gmail.com

Asian Student Association

  lilianawilf@yahoo.com

Best Buddies

  cheychey69@hotmail.com

BIT Leadership

  tita-diaz147@yahoo.com

Black and Brown Empowerment Program

  larryarmstrongkizzee@yahoo.com

Black Student Union

  arethabernard@gmail.com

Book Nook

  shaaron_sagastume@yahoo.com

Brady Teens Club

  freddycushner@aol.com

Computer Science Club

  jeshu.bheeman@gmail.com

Crafters United

 

  fuyuotaku@gmail.com
   

Creative Writing

  tanzieluvsu13@gmail.com

Cyber Patriot

  rafael.enciso218@gmail.com

Dream Activist Leaders of Los Angeles (DALLA)

alecabgon@gmail.com

Debate Club

  camillemfe@yahoo.com

Desi

  sanjaykunnath338@gmail.com

DIY Club

  jessicaax04@gmail.com

Eliana Yeager

Home elianayeager@gmail.com

Environmental Club, Animal Welfare, Key Club, Habitat for Humanity

  lilianawilf@yahoo.com

Film Club

  doroteamurray@gmail.com

First Robotics Team 5510: The Da Vinci Coders

  hamiteam5510@gmail.com

Gay-Straight Alliance

  elenamovies@aol.com

Girls Academic Leadership Academy

Awesomenesss, Music school

School, Parents

  niagabster@gmail.com

Hamilton Against Hunger

Hot Topic

  jackieh160@gmail.com
   

Hamilton Authors

  elianayeager@gmail.com

Hamilton Business Club

  ariazarifpour@gmail.com

Hamilton JPL Teams

  hamihighengineering@gmail.com

The Hamilton Unbeatable Guitar Society

  rachmielk@gmail.com

Helpers for Miracle Marrow Matches (H3M)

  jiminkim905@gmail.com

Hip Hop Movement Club

  ilovemonroy@gmail.com

Hugs In A Basket

  zoewilf@gmail.com

Hurricane Help

  jordanmichelb@gmail.com
  jpleichenger@yahoo.com

Jesus Club

  alonzoperez1118@icloud.com

Jewish Student Union

  imidgen@gmail.com
   

Knitting Club ( Stitch & ....)

  talyahavivi@gmail.com

Korean Culture Club

  hawnibb@gmail.com

LaSO

  elizabethh85@yahoo.com

Literature Club

  lilianawilf@yahoo.com

Makeup Club

  songstarb@gmail.com

Math Help Club

  michaelamit456@gmail.com

Math Tutoring Club

  sayani.rukhsar@gmail.com

Mecha de UCLA

  alonzoperez1118@icloud.com

Men In Training

  frostedloopz@hotmail.com

MSM Leadership

  pradoelena0525@gmail.com

Music Technology Club

  fuyuotaku@gmail.com
   

Music Theory Society

  rachmielk@gmail.com

Nevians

  benapt35@gmail.com

Otateu May Cry / Anime Club

  jbirton17@gmail.com

Penn Model Congress

  jpleichenger@yahoo.com

Photography Club

franco_achacoso@yahoo.com

Physics Seminar

  booktiger@gmail.com

Piano Club

  gwhiting14@gmail.com

Politics Club

  imidgen@gmail.com
   
   

Queens: Black and Intersectional Feminism Club

  ragsdalelanay@yahoo.com

Recording And Music Business Club

  trevorsilbert@gmail.com

Science Bowl

  camtg12@gmail.com

Senior Class Club

  nickmurga45@gmail.com

Student For Gender Equality

  srmwestwood@gmail.com

Students for Disability Awareness

  emmaerenmark@gmail.com

Tefillin Club

  orensaghian@yahoo.com

Truth Be Told

  ozjose.escarcega@gmail.com
  cable.tyler@yahoo.com

Youth Fulfillment Club

  anaesmeraldamendez@gmail.com
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Posted by: RAFAEL ENCISO
Published: 9/16/16