Inspirit AI Scholars Program - As artificial intelligence transforms all disciplines, healthcare and medicine have experienced some of the most exciting and impactful innovations! We’re excited to launch a series of new projects in the medicine area including: (1) using computer vision to accurately diagnose lung disease, (2) tracking smart phone data to predict mental health crises, (3) parsing genomic data to trace the origins of different coronavirus mutations, among others!High school and middle school students in our summer programs work with mentors from Stanford, MIT, and Harvard to learn the basics of AI and apply them by building a project in an area they’re passionate such as healthcare and genomics. Others areas where students may do projects include sustainability, economics, art, media, political science, astronomy, and more! As applications for our summer program close on April 30th, we wanted to invite students of all disciplines to apply here, whether interested in medicine or any of our other project domains!
Volunteer at Red Cross Blood Drives this Summer - Students will volunteer at 10 Red Cross blood drives over the summer months (between May-August) to help greet, check in and thank blood donors. Summer Corps, Blood Donor Ambassador volunteer is a great opportunity to gain customer service skills and contribute to the community! Those interested can also apply now at www.redcross.org/volunteer. Application deadline is April 30th!
American Red Cross Summer Camps - To see dates and to register: https://tinyurl.com/SummerIHLCamp
Know Abuse Peer Leader - Join our growing group of college and high school student volunteers that help local high school and middle school students understand the nature of teen dating violence and learn how to build healthy relationships. This is a great way to complete community service hours or internship requirements. Local schools and organizations work with KNOW Abuse™ to recruit and train college and high school student volunteers to serve as Peer Leader educators. Peer Leaders facilitate sessions based on their availability; there is no minimal time commitment required of volunteers. Student volunteers also have the option to serve on the Peer Leader advisory board which provides input into programming. Spring Training Dates - Sundays April 11 - May 2, 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM (via Zoom). Contact Claudia Francis-Berke at 216.378.3431 or via email [email protected] for details or visit jfsa.cleveland.org Miami University - Summer Scholars Program. Two sessions available. June 27 - July 9 and July 11 - July 23. Visit their website for more details. Deadline to apply is May 1, 2021. Medcamp - MEDCAMP is a three-day intensive immersion experience held in the summer, designed to stimulate students’ interests in the sciences related to medicine and to expose them to opportunities in those fields. The program provides “hands-on” experiences in biomedical science workshops involving research, clinical problem-solving and an introduction to the fields of clinical medicine. Interested seniors may apply online by visiting http://www.neomed.edu/medcamp. Applications are due by April 30, 2021 and you will be notified of your acceptance by June 4, 2021. Big Future Days - College Board is hosting virtual events for high school students to connect directly with college admissions representatives and take action on the most important steps for college. To register and for more information visit their website. Korean Spirit and Culture Promotion Project - To foster the understanding and appreciation of Korean history and culture, KSCCP is hosting its 14th national essay contest. The essay contest is open to Middle and High School students. Please visit their website for more information. ACT and SAT Prep Classes. Multiple dates and times available. For more information visit their website. Ohio Laborers Apprenticeship Program - Ohio Laborers apprenticeship can provide newly graduated students with schooling, and many job opportunities. Download this Flyer for more information.