• Keystone Girls State is a non-partisan Government and Civics program designed to teach the importance of responsible citizenship
    and to empower young women to make a change in their community. Over the course of the week, KGS citizens will be asked to stray out of their
    comfort zone and truly challenge themselves to work as a team for the betterment of their city, county, and state.
    KGS citizens who are rising senior in high school will spend the week intensively working together to self-govern the state of
    "Keystone," meant to model current Pennsylvania's local, county, and state government. Citizens will have the opportunity to campaign and run
    for office, draft and present legislation in the KGS House of Representatives and Senate, and to be actively involved in the Judiciary System as
    modeled by the state of Pennsylvania.

    To learn more, check out their WEBSITE.  You can also click HERE for some information and a copy of their application.

  • ACAP - Accounting Career Awareness Program

    The National Association of Black Accountants (NABA) Inc., and Point Park University, Rowland School of Business are teaming up to sponsor the annual ACAP Summer Program!

    ACAP is a one week, FREE, residency program that introduces minority students to the accounting, business, economics and finance professions through an educational and interactive curriculum involving accounting, business, economics and finance professionals, University faculty and business, government and community mentors.

    Key program benefits include:

    • Preparing students to pursue higher education (college application process, FAFSA, scholarships)
    • Informing students about career opportunities available in accounting, business and finance
    • Teaching skill sets relevant to the field of business (interview skills, resume building, dining etiquette, etc.)
    • Connecting students with accounting and business professionals and mentors

    This one-week program is designed for qualified Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors.  Click Here to Learn More.

  • Susquehanna University Writers Institute

    Our program is designed for rising juniors or seniors, although we occasionally make exceptions for mature sophomores. Students or parents may find the application online.  No teacher or counselor recommendation is necessary for the application. Students submit a short portfolio of their work to be placed in the best workshop for their genre and level. The cost for the week is $875.  Financial assistance may be available.  We will accept and place students in workshops on a rolling basis until seats are full.