Summer programs for graduating seniors

<p>Post here.</p>

<p>please .</p>

<p>I would also like to express my interest in any programs that anyone knows of. Most of the programs I researched as a junior I am now ineligible for. I was considering studying abroad, but I want to do that in college and my parents basically told me I should save money. xD</p>

<p>National Youth Science Camp is a highly competitive, scholarship based program for graduating seniors.</p>

<p>Jackson Laboratories has summer internships that include a stipend.</p>


<p>BUMP this???????????????</p>

<p>Bump again, are there any popular programs at all?</p>

<p>anyone have any finance-related summer programs near NJ ??</p>

<p>I went to an amazing study abroad thing in Mexico that accepts people of all ages. I might go back again this summer...</p>

<p>It's quite cheap.</p>

<p>I don't want to pay money for my experience. I can't afford it.</p>

<p>Yeah, if anyone has any program ideas, I would love to know. I need to do something this summer so I don't rot away before college =P.</p>

<p>Yea I am doing one too maybe.</p>

<p>NIH Summer camp. You do research. They provide housing and meals plus you get a stipend.</p>

<p>NIH</a> Summer Internship Program in Biomedical Research</p>

<p>Okay nvm no housing provided but the stipend is $1900/month.</p>

<p>keep em' coming</p>

<p>LeadAmerica allows you to attend programs as a graduating senior...they're a bit pricey, but it's worth every penny IMHO. :)</p>

<p>I want programs that don't really cost money.</p>

<p>Same.... I can pay a little, but uhh yeah financial hardships get in the way.</p>

<p>And I suppose you're too lazy to just type in and do a search on your own.</p>

<p>Honestly, you try and help someone...</p>

<p>And FYI, LeadAmerica does offer scholarships.</p>

<p>Dunno if that was directed at me, but I've searched. A LOT. I only found this language immersion program, but it said that I needed to be enrolled in that language class already in order to participate....</p>

<p>Get a job this summer. It goes on your resume, you build people skills and responsibility, and most importantly you get money to spend your freshman year. Asking parents for money sucks and is so inconvenient.</p>