Student Engagement Opportunities
Current high school students, parents, guardians, and education professionals are invited to register for the 2021 Summer Pre-College Virtual Program Fairs, taking place beginning in January 2021. Attendees will have the opportunity to connect with representatives from leading US colleges and universities to learn more about Summer 2021 academic programs for high school students.
** Visit virtual booths, where you can ask questions via video or text chat with summer program representatives.
** View helpful webinars on how to choose a summer program, how to strengthen your application, how to make the most out of your summer program experience.
Registration is FREE to all attendees. Limit one event registration per household.
Native American Health Sciences will be hosting the Na’ha’shnee STEAM Health Institute this June 28–July 30, 2021. This program will be a distance learning experience for high school participants. The program is designed for students interested in the health sciences and/or Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math (STEAM Health) fields and have completed grades 9-12 at the end of this school year. This Institute will focus on health sciences and STEAM Health careers available, as well as research and learning opportunities within these fields. We will be providing hands-on learning experiences 4-hours each weekday through a Chromebook. We will send new participants a Chromebook, along with experiment kits, materials, and other supplies such as culturally based art projects to do in your home. You will learn from faculty and professionals across several health occupations, and receive cultural instruction from tribal elders. All expenses are paid for and students who participate for the full five weeks will be able to keep their Chromebook and receive a $200 stipend!
This application must be completed by both the current 9th-12th grade student interested in attending and their parent/guardian. In this application students are asked to include a short-written response. In order to complete the application students must submit a current high school academic transcript. Transcripts must include a cumulative GPA (cannot be a recent grade report that does not list all high school coursework) and all high school courses taken so far. Transcripts can be submitted via email, or mail:
Evanlene Melting Tallow (firstname.lastname@example.org)
WSU Spokane, SAC 511
412 E Spokane Falls Blvd.
Spokane, WAn 99202-1495
The application deadline is 5 p.m. (PST) on April 16, 2021. Applications sent by mail must be received before this deadline.
Online Application can be accessed at: https://spokane.wsu.edu/about/na-ha-shnee-steam-health-summer-institute-application/.
High School Expeditions (9-12 graders): 2 or 4-week service projects improving wild places on crews of other Montana youth. Various project partners make this a great networking and job skills training, in addition to the volunteer hours accrued for college applications. It is also just a fun summer experience, plus the youth earn up to $270 for their work! Last year crews did some trailwork in the Bitterroot but projects can take them across the state and into Idaho. We also have programs specifically for Native youth based in our Kalispel office where youth earn minimum wage. Check out more information.
Montana Conservation Corps Flyer
Two, one-month long sessions will be offered to youth between the ages of 15 and 18. Sixty youth will be selected from across the country to participate in this summer program. Enrollees will work 40 hours a week and receive the federal minimum wage ($7.25/hr) with deductions for room, board, and laundry facilities (~$10/day).
The program is challenging, educational, and fun, and it offers enrollees opportunities to expand their horizons while building skills that will benefit them for a lifetime. No previous wilderness experience is required, but a willingness and ability to work in a physically active outdoor program, get along well with others, and maintain a positive attitude are essential for success.
The summer 2020 YCC Program will consist of two, one-month long sessions:
• Session #1: June 7 - July 7
• Session #2: July 12 - August 12
To apply for the 2020 summer program, interested students should complete the application at https://www.nps.gov/yell/learn/management/yccjobs.htm.
DEADLINE: Applications must be received no later than March 1, 2020.
Montana Wilderness School is a non-profit outdoor education organization based out of Bozeman, MT. On a MWS course, students experience and celebrate public lands, wild spaces and wilderness areas while learning technical skills, experiencing personal growth and making connections with other Montana youth. Check out the 2021 Summer youth expeditions at www.montanawildernessschool.org.
- Missori River Adventure
- Montana Alpine Adventure
- Yellowstone Backpacking Expedition
- Introduction to Packrafting Adventure
- Rock Camp Adventure
- Backcountry Skills for the Aspiring Hunter
- Horsepacking Expedition
- Mountaineering Expedition
- Wilderness Packrafting & Backpacking Expedition
Native Youth Community Adaptation and Leadership Congress
The NYCALC application period runs from February 3 - March 31st. If you have ANY questions regarding the application process or would like to learn more about NYCALC please email Jennifer_Hill@fws.gov or visit nycalc.org
To access the application please use this link: https://forms.gle/De6SnFwQFxHWiXzQ7
To access preview questions please use this link: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1TnLftj4Aa2gwFKzrZ3Xd
USFWS Career Discovery Internship Program
Earn High School Credit through participation in the US Fish & Wildlife Career Discovery Internship Program
The US Fish and Wildlife Service will again rely on the Student Conservation Association (SCA) to recruit approximately 30 students from culturally and ethnically diverse backgrounds for paid internships during the summer of 2020.
Interns will attend a week-long orientation at the National Conservation Training Center followed by 12 weeks of experiential learning at national wildlife refuges across the US - from Alaska to the Southwest, Midwest, Southeast, and Northeast. Areas of focus will include visitor services, biology, refuge management and more.
For more information, visit www.thesca.org/cdip or see the flyer below.
- RHS Course Catalog & School Profile (opens in new window)
- Dual Enrollment
- College & Career
- Montana 2-Year & Certification Programs
- Financial Aid (FAFSA)
- ACT & SAT Testing
- Student Engagement Opportunities
- NCAA & NAIA Eligibility
- Social & Emotional Supports
- Crisis Hotlines
- Suicide and Self-Harm Prevention
- Resources for Families in Need
- Handle With Care - Ronan School District (opens in new window)
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