Explore the links on the left of the page to find the summer arts experience that's right for you! INCSA Summer Explore Intensives offer non-credit immersion in five arts areas for students ready for a challenge. All programs are open to both residential students and commuters (day students).
Yale University Young Global Scholars: Politics, law, economics. June 23-July 6. Visit the website for more information.
Teens with heart - Ronald McDonald House in Winston Salem. If you are looking for some volunteer hours this summer, here is a great opportunity. Applications are due May 1st.
Duke University Summer Camp Opportunities. For a complete list, go to their website.
William & Mary - National Institute of American History and Democracy: (NIAHD) is a partnership between the College of William and mary and the Colonial Williamsburg Foundation. It is dedicated to the study of American History, Public History, Material Culture and Museum Studies. Open to high school students.
NC A&T State University - Summer High School Transportation Institute: June 24-July 31. Applications are due by April 30th.
Wake Forest University Summer Programs; Learn, Experience, navigate, Solve. Living in a global society requires a new generation of thinkers and communicators. Spend three weeks this summer at Wake Forest University discovering how to change the way you learn, the way you think, and the way you lead. For rising juniors.
Heroes helping Heroes Summer camp 2015: Be a mentor for at-rist and vulnerable children. Counselors are needed for both Stokes and Forsyth county.
Davidson Community College: Many opportunities to pick from, but here are a few to consider: Cyber Security camp, Global leadership camp, Future emergency response heroes camp.
UNC Chapel Hill Heels for Success: You'll have the chance to experience the academic, social and cultural life at Carolina. you'll also learn about selective college admissions and ways to prepare yourself through academic and extra-curricular achievement. hells for success is a one-day summer program to help academically-talented, rising tenth and eleventh graders prepare for college.