The United States Naval Academy in Annapolis Maryland is now accepting applications from current high school Juniors for the Academy graduating class of 2022. In order to apply a candidate may log on the and click on the preliminary application. Complete the application and click submit. All those applying between January 13 and April 1 will be considered for attending one of the three summer sessions.

Please disseminate this information to anyone whom may be interested.
Jerry Lewis
Information Officer
United States Naval Academy

The College of William and Mary Summer Program in Early American History for juniors and seniors in high school. Williamsburg, VA. or 757-221-7652

US House of Representatives Page Program – must be 16 years old and have at least a 3.0 GPA. Please visit for more information.

National Geographic- Student Expeditions for High School Students. visit online @ or call 877-877-8759

The Washington Workshops Foundation, Washington Internship Experience. Three to six week internship on Capitol Hill.

The United States Air Force Academy and Society of American Military Engineers (SAME) offers an Engineering/STEM camp designed for high school students who excel in math, science and technology courses and are interested in pursuing engineering, architecture, or a related field in college or a military service academy. This one week camp is high energy and hands-on for students from across the country and around the world. The camp is lead by a professional staff of engineers from both private industry, the Air Force, other uniformed military services, USAFA cadets and college students from across the country

Junior Statesmen Foundation Summer Programs at Georgetown, Princeton, Stanford, and Beijing. or call 800-317-9338.

Global Issues Seminar- The University of Notre Dame. Explore future challenges facing young Catholic leaders. For more info visit:

Georgetown University Summer Programs for High School Students. Programs offered in College-Prep, International Relations, Politics and Public Affairs, National Security and Counterintelligence and Business in a Global Economy. Brochure on file under College-Specific Programs A-L.

Telluride Summer Program. Programs at Cornell or UT Austin for juniors. Topics include “Democracy and Diversity,” “Gods and Heros of the Celts and Vikings,” and “Changing minds, winning peace: Cultural and public diplomacy in today’s world.”

Department of Homeland Security: U.S. Customs and Border Protection Law Enforcement Exploring Program for ages 14-20. For more information contact Head Advisor MichelleVelasquez at (312) 834-0908 ext. 18 / or Head Advisor Josue A. Murphy at (773) 894-2940 /