Summer Edition: Did You Know Newsletter: April 8, 2015
Published on Apr 8, 2015 12:51

Summer Edition: April 8, 2015

Mayor's Summer Youth Employment Program (MSYEP)
MSYEP applications will be available starting on April 15th, and can be returned between April 27th and May 8th.  Every teen applying MUST have their original Social Security Card. Learn more >>


BHCC Summer Career Day Program
July 6 - 17, 2015 | 9AM - 3PM
The program is free and students can choose between classes in: Culinary and Pastry Arts, Engineering, Game Design, Introduction to Cybersecurity, Introduction to Health Careers and Designing Mobile Apps. This program is available to rising juniors, seniors, and College Freshmen.
Learn more >>


Stewards of Future Summer
Employment Program
Designed to provide valuable learning experiences, job experience, and fun for our youth employees in National Park Service sites located in Cambridge and Brookline. The program is open to students who will be 15-18 years old on July 1 and will run for two months. More information and applications can be found on our website. Applications are due April 17th.


Discover @ Wheaton Summer College
A new, credit-earning experience for high school students who wish to experience a residential college first-hand and gain valuable classroom experience in the process.  
Located at Wheaton College in Norton, Massachusetts, this program is designed for talented and driven (rising) high school juniors and seniors. Our four-week, intensive program allows participants to take one of four courses, participate in a wide variety of social activities, and travel throughout New England to experience all that this historic area has to offer.
Learn more >>

Rise Up

Rise Up
July 6 - 31 | Monday - Friday | 7:50AM - 2:30PM | CRLS
Rise Up is an enriching 4-week summer program open to eligible* rising 9th graders. Participation will prepare students for a successful transition to their high school career. Under the guidance of high school teachers, students strengthen their essential skills in Math, Literacy, and/or Science and build their knowledge and study skills through fun activities. Students make social connections with peers and high school teachers which leads to a more comfortable transition to high school. We are fortunate enough to partner with MYSEP, so eligible students can get paid throughout the program and students not enrolled in the Mayor’s Program can receive 10 credits upon entrance to CRLS. Please visit the Rise Up website or contact Andrew Miller or Jack Haverty for more information.
*Eligibility is based on three criteria (7th grade MCAS, free/reduced lunch & special education services)


Barnard Summer 2015
Is offering five unique programs that offer students an opportunity to delve into the worlds of dance, science, web development, psychology, U.S politics, film-making, leadership, entrepreneurship, writing, and much more. Scholarships are also available.

Applications are on the website and students are accepted on a rolling basis, based on a review of completed applications, including all supporting documents.


Outback Summer Program
The application due date to be a summer Counselor in Training (CIT) was last week! We still have a few spaces in some sessions and will be accepting late applications until the end of the week for any sessions with openings.

Outback CITs are part of the Agassiz Baldwin Youth Employment Program (YEP) which provides middle school students the opportunity to increase their independence, gain leadership and learn job skills in a supportive and safe environment.
For information and to apply, visit our website!

Mount Auburn

Mt. Auburn Hospital Summer Hospital Volunteer Program Applications Now Available
Are you interested in a health care related career? Find out more about careers in health care by volunteering at Mt. Auburn Hospital this summer. The program begins June 29, 2015. All applications will need to be submitted to the Mt. Auburn Hospital by May 5, 2015.

Student volunteers must be at least 14 years of age, have a physical exam, a TB test, a personal interview (before June 8) and be available to work at least one day a week for at least a six week period over the summer.

For an application, please see Mrs. Garman in RM 1308 (near Carpentry) or Jeanne in the CCRC RM 1501.

About the DYK Summer: The DYK Summer is sent out every other Wednesday. To submit an announcement, email the DYK. Deadline for submission is Fridays at 10AM each week. For more information, please email Greta Hardina.


Need something to do during the summer? Come and check out the listing of summer opportunities posted on the bulletin board in the hallway in front of the Career and College Resource Center (Room #1501), in front of the Media Café. Updated weekly.

Research teaches us that after school and out-of-school time (OST) provide students of all ages with a wide range of opportunities for significant learning and positive identity development, as well as healthy social, emotional and physical growth. View listings of year-round OST opportunities >>



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