Seattle Children’s is a richly diverse organization. The patients and families we serve come from many backgrounds and bring distinct values, family structures, strengths and special needs. We strive to maintain an atmosphere that reflects our values of inclusion by providing effective and respectful care compatible with each patient and family’s beliefs, values and heritage.To reach our goals, we are committed to recruiting the best nurses, cultivating an inclusive and diverse workforce and inspiring diverse high school students to pursue a career in nursing. Every year we offer local high school students from diverse backgrounds the opportunity to participate in our Nurse Camp at Seattle Children’s. During this three-day camp, students will gain insights into the world of pediatric nursing by participating in clinical observation sessions, working through hands-on skills labs and engaging with an educational panel to discuss nursing as a viable career path.
- Dates: June 21–23 (three consecutive days)
- Location: Seattle Children’s Hospital
- Hours: approximately 8 a.m.–4 p.m. each day
- Students must be entering their junior or senior year of high school in the fall of 2016.
- Students must reside in the Puget Sound area.
- Students must be able to attend and participate in all three days of Seattle Children’s Nurse Camp.
- Download the 2016 Nurse Camp Application (PDF).
- Submit a completed application packet and transcripts via email by March 31, 2016.
Shoreline Community College will be hosting three PROJECT BIOTECH summer camps in 2016 -
High school students will experience hands-on lab and computer activities, face time with scientists, exposure to potential careers, and a glimpse of community college life. We invite high school students to join us for one or more of the 5-day camps!
Biotechnology Essentials and Beyond 6/27-7/1
Biotechnology and Human Health 7/11-15
Biotechnology and the Environment 7/25-29
Registration Details - Online registration began Monday, Feb. 1st
The registration link and additional camp details can be found at www.shoreline.edu/project-biotech
Each camp can accept only 24 students so early registration is encouraged. Current 8th through 11th graders are eligible.
The fee is $450 per camp.
A limited number of full or half camp scholarships will be available to students with financial need.
Reitha S. Weeks, PhD
Shoreline Community College Camp Program Coordinator
Scientist, Educator, Volunteer
UW Materials Camp for High School Juniors and Seniors
August 10-15 (apply by April 30)
What: Weeklong, summer camp utilizing hands-on learning principles of applied math, physics, and chemistry. A unique team-based, intensive problem solving science experience under the direction of a world-class engineer or researcher “Materials Mentor.” Combination of mini-demonstrations and field trips with extensive involvement in laboratory, facilities, and instruments to actively explore materials science, engineering, and bio- principles.
Free program, competitive application process!!
UW NURSE CAMP 2016
Are you currently a high school sophomore or junior (who will be 16 years of age by July 18) interested in learning what the nursing field is all about? Do you want to know how to get into nursing school? Apply to participate in the University of Washington School of Nursing's Nurse Camp 2016!
This FREE week-long day camp is geared toward increasing access and opportunities in nursing to diverse and first in their family to go to college high school sophomores and juniors who are at least 16 years of age by the first day of camp.
Dates - UW Nurse Camp 2016 will take place from July 18-22.
Please be aware this is a DAY camp; transportation and overnight accommodations are NOT provided. If you live outside the Seattle area, overnight accommodations, transportation to and from the UW Seattle campus, and meals outside of UW Nurse Camp are your responsibility.
You must be 16 years of age by the first day of UW Nurse Camp (July 18) in order to participate. There are no exceptions to this.
In camp, you will have the opportunity to:
· Shadow nurses at UWMC in various hospital units
· Get your CPR certification!
· Learn how to prepare for college and how to prepare to get into nursing school
· Have a chance to learn in the School of Nursing Learning Lab!
· Connect with nurses, students and faculty at UW, your future mentors
· Meet new friends!
How to Participate in UW Nurse Camp
Applications for UW Nurse Camp will open on February 1 for an April 15 deadline.
Students will be selected based on how well they match themselves and their interests to the field of nursing. Space is limited to the 24 most qualified applicants who also meet our eligibility requirements.
Download the application and learn more at: http://nursing.uw.edu/about/uw-nurse-camp
University of Washington Summer Youth Programs -
The University of Washington offers a variety of camps for all ages grades 1-12 during the summer. These can include thematic day camps for elementary students to STEM and Arts & Humanities for middle and high school students. For more information please visit www.summer-camp.uw.edu or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Internship for Juniors
Laboratory Intern – High School
The Institute for Systems Biology (ISB) is an internationally renowned non-profit research institute dedicated to the study and application of systems biology. Founded in 2000 in Seattle, Washington, ISB´s goal is to revolutionize science with a powerful systems approach to predict and prevent disease, and enable a sustainable environment.
The Institute for Systems Biology (ISB) is seeking two, temporary Laboratory High School Interns to work in the Baliga Laboratory during the summer before they begin their senior year. Only current juniors (11th graders) are eligible to apply.
Interns will assist in the optimization of lab experiments for high school classrooms, learn microbiology and other laboratory skills and procedures, learn about various professional paths, and develop a web page that describes their experiences. Please view this website for more information on the intern program: https://see.systemsbiology.net/high-school-intern-program/
This position will tentatively begin Monday, June 27, and end on August 26, 2016. The Intern will work up to 40 hours per week. Pay rate is $12.00/hour.
Complete the following steps to apply for the High School Internship position:
- Complete your resume and obtain your unofficial transcript.
- Request a letter of recommendation from a teacher, coach, supervisor, or other mentor. Your recommender should directly send their letter to Claudia Ludwig (email@example.com or 401 Terry Avenue N., Seattle, WA 98109). Please verify with your recommender that they have sent their letter.
- Click "Click Here to Complete Your Application" below to fill out the online application and upload the requested materials. The EEO/disability disclosures are voluntary.
- Email applications are strongly encouraged. However, if you are unable to complete the online application process, please download and fill out this form (https://www.systemsbiology.org/wp-content/uploads/High-School-Internship-Application-2016.docx ) and send all needed hard copied documents to: Human Resources, High School Internship Application, Institute for Systems Biology, 401 Terry Avenue N, Seattle, WA 98109.
- Please submit all materials by midnight on March 29, 2016. You will be contacted in April regarding your application.
- Any questions can be directed to Claudia Ludwig (firstname.lastname@example.org, 206-732-1453).
Summer Job Opportunity - Ecology Youth Corps!
The Ecology Youth Corps is looking for hard working teens who want to help clean the environment AND earn money this summer! The EYC has been hiring teens for over 40 years and is state governments largest youth employment agency. For more information and to see an application visit www.ecy.wa.gov/programs/swfa/eyc/nwro.html