Each year Johns Hopkins Summer Programs partners with a number of foundations to ensure equal access to educational opportunities to a diverse number of students. Although we work with these organizations, Johns Hopkins Summer Programs does not guarantee admissions or funding solely on the basis of belonging to these organizations. If you are a student seeking additional funding opportunities for our programs, we invite you to contact the appropriate organization for more information. Each organization below has its own application and selection processes.
National Society of High School Scholars
NSHSS, a student honors organization, recognizes the highest achieving high school students in the world and rewards them with educational, cultural and government-related opportunities as a bridge from high school achievement to college distinction and onto career independence.
The Joyce Ivy Foundation
The Joyce Ivy Foundation is a non-profit, 501c3 organization committed to elevating the college aspirations of the next generation of female leaders from the Midwest. Through the Summer Scholars Program, the Joyce Ivy Foundation provides scholarships for talented high school women from the Midwest to participate in summer academic programs on the campuses of our college partners.
Minds Matter transforms the lives of accomplished high school students from low-income families by broadening their dreams and preparing them for college success. Each student is assigned to two mentors who they meet with weekly: a team leader; and SAT/ACT test preparation, writing, critical thinking, and math instructors. During the summer, Minds Matter sends students across the globe to learn life skills as they are exposed to various cultures, experience perspectives from students throughout the world and become global thinkers.
REACH Memphis helps high-achieving students succeed in high school, college and beyond. They provide educational opportunities for motivated students to reach their highest potential by engaging them in a continuum of services including high school readiness programs, summer experiences, college counseling, and mentoring.
Schuler Scholar Program
The Schuler Scholar Program equips high-achieving and underrepresented students to gain access to and succeed at highly selective colleges and beyond. Schuler Scholars are typically first-generation college-bound, are students of color, or come from low-income families.
Study Abroad Foundation
Established in 2000, The Study Abroad Foundation (SAF) is a USA chartered non-profit organization that provides unparalleled access and service to students seeking high-quality study abroad opportunities through their top-tier International University Network.
Summer of a Lifetime
Noble Network’s Summer of a Lifetime provides students with life-changing experiences influencing their educational and career trajectories, solidifying their desire for and belief in their ability to be successful in college and beyond. Each year approximately 1,000 sophomores from across Chicago are provided with scholarships to participate in pre-college programs nationwide.
Wishbone works to eliminate the opportunity gap. Their mission is to send low-income high school students from various locations to summer programs. Read about students who have have been part of Johns Hopkins Summer Programs