Experiential Learning & External opportunities
SEED DC believes that each school year offers an opportunity for students to be involved, engaged, and stimulated by the world around them. Whether it is participating in an internship, studying abroad, playing sports at a summer camp, or engaging in a leadership program, students expand their horizons through off-campus enrichment activities. Beginning in middle school, students and families are strongly encouraged to apply for and participate in external opportunities.
In recent years, students have completed service projects in Africa through LearnServe Zambia, lived with families in Australia, Mexico, Scotland, Costa Rica, Japan and Spain through The Experiment in International Living, traveled throughout Greece through the Greek Classics Program at SEED, and explored Wyoming’s wilderness through the City Kids Wilderness Project.
SEED DC is committed to identifying challenging and exciting opportunities beyond SEED’s campus for any student that demonstrates academic excellence and has mastered SEED’s Core Values. Our long-term goal is for each SEED student to participate in an external opportunity that promotes The SEED School’s mission of college-preparedness.
For more information on these and other opportunities, contact Mrs. Lesli Thompson, 202-248-3030, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Registration for 2019 Summer Programs Open May 1
DPR Customer Service: (202) 673-7647
DPR Media Contacts: Michael Tucker Jr., (202) 717-4242, email@example.com
(Washington, DC) – The Bowser administration and the DC Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR) announced registration for DPR 2019 Summer Programs will open on Wednesday, May 1, 2019 at 9 am. While DPR Summer Camp registration opened on February 25, 2019, expanded summer camp offerings through DPR's partnership with DC Public Schools are still available for online registration.
Through Mayor Bowser’s continued commitment to improving summer offerings for District residents, an additional $2.2 million was included in DPR’s FY19 Budget. These additional funds enable DPR to offer over 40 programs for seniors, and hundreds of programs and fun activities for toddlers, youths and adults.
"We are excited to provide our unique summer programs for all ages in all eight wards," said DPR Director Delano Hunter. "Most classes are provided at a nominal fee to residents, while many are actually free."
Starting May 1, residents will be able to register for programs including free fitness classes such as weight training, yoga and Zumba; youth baseball and soccer leagues; cutting-edge aquatic offerings including “HydroSpin” and “HydroPole” classes, as well as more traditional offerings for beginners such as “Learn to Swim” lessons. Enrichment programming includes pottery, ballet and more.
How To Register For a DPR Program:
Visit DPR’s Registration Portal
Create an account, if neccesary
Select an age group
Browse location and program type
Select a program, add to cart, and proceed to checkout
Empower STEAM Summer Academy - girls only
The YWCA National Capital Area is pleased to announce our 2019 EmpowerSTEAM Summer Academy for middle and high school girls! The academy is FREE! Seeking to register over 100 dynamic girls into the program!
Priority is given to DC residents, however girls from ALL regions are WELCOME to apply! Contact the Youth Department Staff if you have any questions by calling (202) 626-0700 or send an email tp firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Howard University College of Pharmacy - Enrichment Programs
Junior URM Mentoring Program (JUMP)
Rising 9th & 10th Grade Students
Program Dates: July 22 – July 26
School Year Enrichment Programs (Saturdays)
Health Occupation Program (HOP)
Application Opens May 1st
September 2019-May 2020
STEM Career Intervention Program (SCIP)
Application Opens May 1st
September 2019-May 2020
Howard University Volleyball Camps for Students
Students looking for summer opportunities are encouraged to sign-up to become a better volleyball player! Howard Volleyball will host camps this Summer 2019.
Here are the dates:
Elite Camp May 18 to May 19
Bison Camp July 15 to July 19
Elite Camp July 27 to 28
Team Camp July 29 to 31
Jr. Mentor Internship w/The
National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE)
Are you looking for a summer internship that both fun and rewarding? Do you enjoy STEM? Working with kids? Looking for a challenge? Want to give back to the community? Come DISCOVER, GROW and CONNECT with SEEK in your community this summer!!
To Apply: applyseek.nsbe.org
Duration: Three (3) week program + One (1) week training = 4 weeks total
Days: Monday - Friday, One Saturday or weekday evening for Mandatory Parent Orientation
Mentor Hours: 7:45am - 5:00pm
Jr. Mentor Hours: 9:00am -4:00pm
Program Hours: 8:30am-3:30pm (some sites may start at 8am due to breakfast)
High school students ages 14-17 years old
Must complete medical screening
Must be available for Mentor training (1 week)
Enjoy working with elementary students in grades 3-5
Enjoy STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math)
Why join SEEK this summer:
Receive community service hours for all hours worked (this is non-paid internship)
Gain valuable experience for job and college applications
Work with NSBE collegiate students, professionals and elementary students
Interact with local community leaders and various members/employees of our corporate sponsors
Recieve special back to school gift
Give back to your community while having fun!
Position Description: Jr. Mentors are a crucial component of the SEEK Program. They assist in classrooms of twenty to thirty students, by reviewing STEM educational material with students in small groups. Jr Mentors will also aid in the implementation of classroom policies and procedures, to help promote a positive learning experience for learners. Jr. Mentors will work closely with Site Leadership aiding the team in an administrative role.
Enthusiastically and effectively assist in teaching of engineering curriculum to students
Reinforce lessons presented by SEEK Mentors by reviewing material with students one-on one or in small groups inside a classroom environment
Aid in the implementation of the SEEK programs policies and classroom rules to help promote constructive student behavior
Participates in classroom activities and assists with daily curriculum instruction
Escalate any issues to Lead Mentor, when appropriate
Assists Mentors with recordkeeping, student attendance and grading of assignments
Support overall implementation of the SEEK program through additional duties as assigned
To Apply: applyseek.nsbe.org
Howard University School of Business Summer Enrichment Programs
-for Rising Juniors & Seniors ONLY-
School of Business Summer Enrichment Programs
The goal of the School of Business Summer Enrichment Programs is to attract high-achieving rising high school juniors and seniors by exposing them to Accounting, Information Systems, and Actuary Science. The three programs are used as outreach, recruiting, and professional development vehicles for Howard University and the School of Business.
High School students entering their Junior and Senior Year
Program seeks students with PSAT or SAT scores of at least 1100 or 22 on the ACT. Note the SAP program requires 600 or higher on the mathematics portion of the PSAT or SAT
Excellent High School Grades
Strong recommendations from teachers or guidance counselors
Application Deadline: May 17, 2019
George S. Willie Accounting Career Awareness Program (ACAP) - July 14-19, Residential
The Accounting Career Awareness Program was established in 1980 by the National Association of Black Accountants (NABA) to increase the understanding of accounting and business career opportunities among high school students from underrepresented ethnic groups.
Computer Information Systems career Awareness Program (CISCAP) - July 14-19, Residential
CISCAP is an intensive one-week residential program for rising high school juniors and seniors who have an interest in computers, business, or STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) discipline. This enriching week provides exposure to the possible range of careers in Information Systems, as well as an opportunity to attend college preparatory classes. The goal of CISCAP is to encourage and assist high school students from under-represented minority ethnic groups to attend college and consider selecting Computer Information Systems as a possible major.
Summer Actuarial Program (SAP) - July 14-19, Residential
The Summer Actuarial Program is an educational enrichment experience in mathematics, statistics, computers, business, and actuarial careers for exceptional mathematics high school juniors. The program is funded by the Joint CAS/SOA Committee on Minority Recruiting, insurance companies, actuarial consulting firms, and Howard’s Center for Insurance Education. It is devoted to helping strong mathematics students improve their skills and providing information about business and actuarial careers.
Summer Entrepreneurial Enrichment Program (SEEP) - July 14-19, Residential
SEEP is an intensive one-week residential program for rising high school juniors and seniors who have an interest in entrepreneurship. The enriching week provides exposure to business ownership, an entrepreneurial mindset, and campus life, with the opportunity to attend college preparatory classes. The goal of SEEP is to encourage and assist high school students from under-represented minority ethnic groups to attend college and consider becoming entrepreneurs, while thinking about how college fits into that plan.
Summer Engineering Experience for Kids (SEEK) Program
(current 3rd thru 5th graders)
The SEEK Program is designed to be a fun and engaging educational experience, led by NSBE (National Society of Black Engineers) engineering students and technical professionals dedicated to pursuing professional excellence and giving back to the community. The SEEK program utilizes a hands-on design curriculum. Students will work in teams, using their knowledge to solve problems and create products while discovering the underlying math and science principles involved in these processes. Each week, the students will take on a new project, culminating with a presentation, design competition and physical competitions that all parents are encouraged to attend.
This (3) three-week program will be open to students who are current 3rd thru 5th graders. The program will be held at local elementary schools and will include 125 students in each grade level, for a maximum total of 375 students served per program(varies per site). 50 Collegiate mentors will help to facilitate a full-sized program.
This program is a commuter-based program for students, Monday thru Friday, 8:30 am to 3:30 pm.
For more information, please visit the official SEEK website: http://www.nsbe.org/seek.aspx
Washington, DC – All Girls Program
Dates: June 24th - July 12th
School: Payne Elementary School
Address: 1445 C St SE, Washington, DC 20003
Parent Orientation: June 18th
Washington, DC (Coed)
Dates: July 22nd - August 9th
School: J.C. Nalle Community School
Address: 219 50th St. SE, Washington, DC 20019
Parent Orientation: July 16th
The Smithsonian Institution/Walking Tree Travel
Smithsonian Student Adventures, our collection of immersive international programs, offers unique travel opportunities for high school students in countries around the world. Our philosophy of meaningful travel allows you build important leadership skills while earning service hours, improving your language skills, and/or working with endangered species.
Take a look at our Open Enrollment travel program opportunities. The enrollment process is simple, making payments is easy, and we are here to support you every step of the way. The World Awaits!