Dartmouth College 2018 Summer Opportunity for High School Students

The Health Careers Institute at Dartmouth is offered during July and August for high school students who are interested in working in health care or want to know more about clinical and non-clinical health careers. Students entering grades 10, 11, and 12 who want to learn about careers and important issues and topics in health care today, are encouraged to apply.

For more information, visit: http://tdi.dartmouth.edu/health-careers-institute. The online application, that will be open in January, can be found on this website – note, the deadline to apply is March 5th.

Duke University Summer Session

The world is changing at an unprecedented rate. Novel technologies proliferate and new fields of inquiry arise seemingly on a daily basis. In today’s exciting and fast-paced world, Duke Summer Session is determined not only to inform you about it, but to transform you into one who envisions, shapes, and delivers the incredible possibilities of tomorrow. It is for this reason they are thrilled to introduce the following life-changing courses: Summer College OnlineSummer Academy, and Intensive STEM Academy . Please click on the links for more information.

Volunteer Work Opportunity 

Catholic Charities of New Hampshire is sponsoring its 2018 Hand in Hand week-long summer work camp for high school students. The purpose of this camp is to provide help to home owners in the North Country who are physically disabled or very low income. Projects include, but are not limited to interior/exterior painting, gardening, lawn care, basement/garage clean outs, washing windows, vacuuming, or anything that can be of help to the home owner. The date for this year's program is June 17 - 22. If you would like to help those less fortunate this way, please contact Christina Bertin at 444-7727. 

UNH Hospitality Summer Program

The University of New Hampshire Peter T. Paul College of Business and Economics invites area rising seniors considering a career in the $3.5 trillion high-growth service industry of hospitality management to participate in a one-week residential hospitality management summer program July 15th – 21st 2018.

They are the No.2 - ranked best hospitality program in New England, 26th in the U.S. out of nearly 350 programs. This Program is the second-oldest four-year degree program of its kind in the country and being part of it means using state-of-the art technology, learning and practicing in the best facilities, and receiving relevant industry certifications.

High school students will be able to experience the excitement of college life at the state’s flagship public institution, take college courses with renowned hospitality management faculty, and enjoy an unforgettable summer.

Twenty rising seniors will be invited to participate in the one-week program that will immerse them in a mini-hospitality program. Students will learn about the wide variety of careers available in the industry, including in hotels, resorts, restaurants, food service businesses, transportation, and tourism. The program concludes with an awards dinner where all participants will receive a certificate of completion from the UNH Department of Hospitality Management 2018 Summer Program.

Due to the generosity of private donors, the tuition for the summer program is set as low as possible to insure as many students participate. For the 2018 summer program the fee will be $500.

For full details on the program visit http://paulcollege.unh.edu/departments/hospitality-management/summer-program. The application will be made available for students to apply on February 19th.

Stay informed by connecting on social media [Facebook @UNHHopsitality and Instagram @unhhospitalitymgmt]; or check out their  website.