Programs

Penn State University Pathways - Grade 12 students - Deadline: December 16, 2019
Students are enrolled in a college course at Penn State - Overlook Park (Hanover Ave), earning 3 college credits, receiving career readiness training, and a 3-week paid internship

Penn State S.C.O.P.E. 2019 (Summer College Opportunity Program in Education) - Grade 10 students - Deadline: January 13, 2020
This program provides high school sophomores of diverse backgrounds interested in education careers (teaching, counseling, rehabilitation, educational policy or administration) the opportunity to experience college life while earning credit for college work. S.C.O.P.E. is a 4-week academic program during which students take several courses including an English language/composition course, and a college preparatory/SAT course. It runs from June 21, 2020-July 17, 2020 at University Park campus. All living expenses and academic expenses are paid for by the Office of Multicultural Programs. To be eligible, a student must: be of a background traditionally underrepresented in the education profession, be currently enrolled in 10th grade, be enrolled in a college prep curriculum and be planning to attend a 4-year college, have a 3.0 GPA or better, and be interested in a career in education. Applications are available at: http://www.ed.psu.edu/educ/multicultural-programs/summer-program

PA Free Enterprise Week - Grade 10 and 11 - Deadline: March 2, 2020
This is a week-long summer economics education program offered to current 10th-11th grade students in PA. It is an interactive, hands-on program that teaches students to understand and celebrate the American free enterprise system by introducing them to the inner workings of modern 21st century business. Students can choose to attend a week in July or August at either Lycoming College or Penn College. It is free to apply, but if accepted, there is a non-refundable $295 registration fee. Financial aid and/or payment plans are available. Transportation to and from the college is your responsibility. Interested students need to complete an application and write 2 short essays. Applications are available in guidance or at: http://www.pfew.org/

Bloomsburg University "Husky to Husky" events
- Grade 12 students interested in Bloomsburg University; Guaranteed Admissions/Guaranteed Scholarship Program
Students and their parents/guardians receive enhanced visitations to fill the pipeline of huskies, continuing on to Bloomsburg University. 

Penn State F.O.R.M. Mentor Program - Grade 11 College-bound students 
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eadline: TBA
Students are paired up with current Penn State University students who virtually mentor them through the college search and application process, with focus on college essay and resume writing.