•     Internships/Summer Programs/Leadership Programs
    Pre-college summer programs offer high school students a one- or multi-week “college” experience. Such programs allow students to live in a dorm and complete one or more rigorous classes. Today, pre-college summer programs are an increasingly popular option for students who are hoping to get a sense of what college is like. Essentially, pre-college summer programs allow you to test-drive college life. These programs not only teach you new information and skills, they can also make you a more attractive candidate for admission into your top-choice schools.
    ~ http://www.fastweb.com/college-search/articles/three-benefits-of-pre-college-summer-programs

    SLI 2020 Application Opens October 9

    Interested in a critical language? Start your journey at the University of North Georgia (Dahlonega campus) and go from beginner to intermediate proficiency level in just six weeks. The Summer Language Institutes are carefully tailored language programs of study in Arabic, Chinese, Japanese, Korean, or Russian

    SLI academics are challenging, and thoroughly rewarding. By successfully completing this 6-week summer session, SLI participants earn 8 academic credit hours to fulfill the 1001-1002 foreign language required for most bachelor’s degrees at UNG.

    SLI activities are engaging and fun, with emphasis on learning the target language along with its related cultures.


    • Have a GPA of at least 2.75.
    • Be a student in good academic standing that has been accepted to, or enrolled at,the University of North Georgia at the time of application. This includes:
      • New Freshman Students (from all UNG campuses)
      • Dual and Joint Enrollment Students (from all UNG campuses)
      • Transient Students (you are enrolled in another college/university and seek temporary admission to UNG)
      • Transfer Students (permanently transferring to UNG)
      • Non-Traditional Students
      • Post-Graduate Students
    • Please click here to apply: How to Apply






    Event planning and design interns are wanted at my venue Tutu Girly Events located in East Point, GA.  There will be an informational meeting on Thursday, September 5, 2019, at 6:30 pm. 

     Some prerequisites needed: 

    • High School student in the Atlanta Metropolitan Area
    • Reliable Transportation
    • 2.8 GPA or higher
    • Participate in at least one extracurricular activity in school
    • Active in community
    • Eagerness to learn 
    • Flexible weekend Schedule 

    UGA Vetcamp

    UGA VetCAMP 2019

    Hello from Athens!
    We are now accepting applicants to our VetCAMP 2019, which is scheduled for June 16-22, 2019. This program is offered to rising high school juniors and seniors and rising college freshmen to evaluate their skills and competitiveness as future veterinarians, provide mentorship and help them experience veterinary medicine as an exciting career path. It’s a great experience and the students have a lot of fun while also learning about the profession.
    The application for VetCAMP 2019 is available now on our website (http://vet.uga.edu/academic/vetcamp). The deadline for all application materials is January 25, 2019. Please share this information with any qualified students who may be interested in veterinary medicine.
    The cost of attending the program is $900 and covers lodging, meals, instruction and social activities. Financial assistance is available to students with demonstrated need. For more information regarding scholarship opportunities, please inform your students to contact vetcamp@uga.edu. They may also reach out to that email address with any general questions that they have regarding the program.
     Veronica Pennington, M.P.A. 
    Coordinator of Diversity Initiatives 
    University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine 
    501 D.W. Brooks Dr. | Athens, GA 30602
    p: 706-542-9386 | f: 706-542-1004 | e: vpennington@uga.edu