Chemists Without Borders

Contamination of drinking water by arsenic is a severe health crisis in many regions of Bangladesh, and we are training high school students there to measure arsenic concentration in water so they can avoid unsafe wells. This is a wonderful opportunity for  American students to learn something of the problems and culture in a developing country…. Read More

Oxbridge Summer Abroad Programs

Oxbridge Academic Programs has been offering summer academic programs to high school students for over 30 years. Professor James Basker has designed these programs for students in grades 8 to 12 – all with the goal of giving young people the opportunity to live and study in the historic and scholarly centers of learning that are… Read More

Study Ecology While Traveling the World

Ecology Project International (EPI) works with individual students and school groups to bring them to research sites around the Western Hemisphere. From marine biology to conservation, sea turtle research to wildlife photography, EPI has a program to offer. The 9 to 12-day programs in Costa Rica, Yellowstone, Belize, Baja Mexico, and the Galapagos will give… Read More

Become a Student Ambassador

The Student Ambassador program gives high school and college students the opportunity to dive into world issues through research, discussion, outreach, and action, while also serving as liaisons between their schools and the World Affairs Council. Student Ambassador applications are due to the World Affairs Council by Monday, September 15 at 5:00 PM and are available online… Read More

Study Abroad for College Credit with SPI

Since 1996 SPI has offered high school students an opportunity for the traditional classroom to take a back seat to exciting activities around foreign cities, conversations with locals, and weekend journeys to places where history, art, and culture come to life. For more information on this program and the opportunity to receive college credit, check… Read More

Where There Be Dragons Scholarships!

Dragons is offering 3 need-based scholarships for our new semester program, Southeast Asia Semester: Myanmar in Transition Live in a monastic school in rural Myanmar. Study the roots of Theravada Buddhism. Witness a political transformation in-the-making. Understand what it means to be a global citizen. For more information about the program itinerary or financial aid,… Read More