Lewisburg Area School District Opportunities
- Camp Invention – K-6 Hands on science camp held at Linntown Elementary School each summer. Directed by Linntown Principal, Jeremiah Bennett. Monday-Friday, approximately 8-2:30 each day (extended day available).
- CIT’s – Counselors in Training – grades 6-9
- Leadership Interns, grades 10-12 to help the instructors
More information can be found by contacting Linntown Elementary school at 570.523.3256 or online at campinvention.org
- SUN ATI Camp – for middle school students. Spots for this camp fill up fast. Information is available at https://www.sun-tech.org/blog/2018/03/15/summer-camp-2018-enrollment-open/or by contacting SUN at 570-966-1031
- PA CareerLink’s Camp STEAM – This is a two week (four days/week) opportunity for students entering grades 9-12 to explore careers, tour local businesses, hear from guest speakers, and earn money. Students who successfully complete the camp earn a $250 stipend. Students also need to meet eligibility criteria by meeting income guidelines (if students qualify for free/reduced lunch they are eligible, or family income needs to be at or below 235% of poverty guidelines). Registration information is available by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Outside of District Opportunities
- Lycoming College for Kids and Teens (grades 2-12) offers its one-week workshops from July 16-20, 2018 at the historic, Williamsport campus. Our scientific, artistic and magical workshops are taught by dedicated and enthusiastic teachers, and are designed to enhance creativity and problem solving. Additional information can be found at http://collegeforkids.org/
- The Miller Center’s Summer of Fun – There are multiple camps for children from 2-14 years old. The summer camp allows children to choose which sports they want to play and have fun playing them. For more information go to https://millercenterlewisburg.com/summeroffun/
- Iacocca Global Entrepreneurship Intensive at Lehigh University – Open to sophomores and juniors interested in business, international relations or economic development. Information is available in the guidance office or at https://global.lehigh.edu/iacocca/highschool/apply
- Health Career Scholars Academy at the University of Pittsburgh -Open to sophomores and juniors at least age 15 that are interested in sciences and health care. Information is available in the guidance office or at www.hcsa.pitt.edu.
- PA School of Excellence in the Agricultural Sciences at Penn State (formally titled PA Governor’s School for the Agricultural Sciences). Open to juniors with an interest in food, agricultural and natural resource sciences. Information is available in the guidance office and at agsci.psu.edu/school-for excellence.
- ARC/ORNL Summer STEM Program –ARC and Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) will hold two hands-on STEM learning programs in July 2018: A high school math-science-technology institute, which is a two-week residential program for students and teachers; and a middle school science academy, which is a one-week residential program just for students. Additional information is available at https://www.arc.gov/program_areas/ARCOakRidge2018SummerPrograms.asp
- Pre-College Programs
- Bucknell Engineering Camp Program 1: Open to students who will have completed 7th, 8th or 9th grade by June 2018. Program 2: Open to students who will have completed 10th or 11th grade by June 2018. Information is available at http://www.bucknell.edu/EngineeringCamp
- Evangelical Community Hospital Summer Internships – The Hospital offers unpaid internships to high school students interested in healthcare careers. Information is available athttps://www.evanhospital.com/careers/student-opportunities
- Penn College- Various summer camps includArchitecture Odyssey Camp
- Autism Spectrum Post-Secondary Interest Experience (ASPIE)
- Automotive Restoration Camp
- Aviation Camp
- Designing a Digital Future Camp
- Engineering Camp
- Future Restaurateurs Camp
- Graphic Design Summer Studio
- Grow & Design Horticulture Camp
- Health Careers Camp
- SMART Girls Summer Camp
These camps provide students with a hands on experience that allows them to further explore career interests. All camps have a registration deadline of May 11, 2018. More information on these camps can be found at https://www.pct.edu/summercamps.
- Camp Cadet – Susquehanna Valley Law Enforcement Camp Cadet (SVLECC)anyone 12-15 years of age who may be interested in learning more about law enforcement, teamwork, self-esteem, discipline, and much, much more. Information is available at https://www.svlecc.com/
- UPMC Susquehanna: VolunTEENS- For students at least 14 years old and in 8th grade who want to work as a team to serve others while learning about healthcare careers. Go to https://www.susquehannahealth.org/giving-back/volunteer/teens for more information about the program and how to apply.
- Bloomsburg Summer College Classes – These classes are offered to any of our high school students at a 75% discounted rate. These classes do not count for high school credit but do count for college credit. Information can be found at http://www.bloomu.edu/summer. Students should apply through the non-degree ACE program to receive the discounted rate.
- Pennsylvania Free Enterprise Week (PFEW)- Summer program at Lycoming College or Penn College. Provides incoming sophomores and juniors an opportunity to experience what it is like to develop and run a business. Go to https://www.pfew.org/index.php for more information.Week 1 – July 1-7 (Lycoming College)
Week 2 – July 8-14 (Lycoming College)
Week 3 – July 22-28 (Lycoming College)
Week 4 – July 29 – Aug. 4 (Lycoming or PCT
- Kid’s College at Susquehanna University:
- Kid’s Summer Camp- opportunity for students to engage in creative activities.
- July 16-20: for students who have completed grades 2-5.
- Junior Writers Workshop- for students who have an interest in writing.
- July 23-27: students who have completed grades 6-8.
- July 30-August 8: students who have completed grades 3-5.
- Go to https://www.susqu.edu/about-su/in-the-community/kids-college for more information and to register.
- Reading Skills and Speed Reading Programs – Online, self-paced program summer program to improve reading skills offered by Temple University. (Ages 4 –year old to adult). For more information call 1-800-903-0942
- Wildlife Leadership Academy (ages 14-17) to engage and empower high school age youth to become Conservation Ambassadors to ensure a sustained wildlife, fisheries and natural resource legacy for future generations. Additional information can be found at http://wildlifeleadershipacademy.org/
Several job opportunities are sent to the high school guidance office. Although we do not post the jobs on this site, students may look at posted jobs on the whiteboard in the High School Guidance Office.