Getting More Out of Your Summer: Internships, Courses, and Summer Programs Webinar

When: March 14, 2024 | 7:00pm EST

As the school year winds down and the promise of summer looms on the horizon, it’s natural to envision a break filled with relaxation and freedom from the usual academic rigor. However, summer also presents a unique opportunity to explore, learn, and grow in ways that the classroom environment might not always allow.

This is why the Guided Pathway Support Program (GPS) is thrilled to invite high school juniors (Class of 2025) to a special webinar designed to help you turn the upcoming summer into a season of enrichment and valuable experiences.

Mark Your Calendars!

Date: Thursday, April 4, 2024
Time: 7:00 PM ET

Transform Your Summer into a Season of Growth

The impending summer break should include time for rest and recharge. Still, it can also be ideal for exploring new interests, delving into potential career paths, or advancing academic skills in a more relaxed setting. Our upcoming webinar, “Getting More Out of Your Summer: Internships, Courses, and Summer Programs,” is about helping you discover and engage with activities that enrich your summer and enhance your personal and academic development.

Key Topics We’ll Cover:

  • Identifying Enrichment Opportunities: Learn how to find programs, internships, and activities that align with your interests and goals.
  • Balancing Fun and Learning: Strategies for mixing relaxation with productive experiences to make the most of your summer.
  • Prepping for the Future: How summer activities can bolster your college applications and prepare you for future success.

Who Should Attend: High School Juniors
(Class of 2025)

This webinar is specifically designed for high school juniors in the Class of 2025. It aims to provide you with insights and strategies for a summer that balances enjoyment with meaningful growth.

Note: The GPS Program operates with rolling enrollment every Monday. If you submit your application now, we will process it for admission the following week as long as it is complete and accurate.


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