Pennsylvania Free Enterprise Week (PFEW) - PFEW is an award-winning week-long summer economics
education program offered to all current high school sophomores and juniors throughout Pennsylvania.
It is an exciting, team-based program that teaches students to understand and celebrate the American
free enterprise system by introducing them to the inner workings of modern 21 st century business. PFEW
helps students develop critical skills in communication, leadership, time management, problem-solving
and team building all while improving their self-esteem and confidence. The PFEW program provides
students with opportunities to assess interests, build skills, and identify and explore careers in an
interactive, hands-on setting.
Keystone Boys State-Leadership Development Program- Keystone Boys State is an educational workshop for high school student leaders. Students that are selected to attend KBS have the opportunity to gain leadership skills through an intensive week-long summer program. The focus of KBS is its hands-on simulation of municipal, county, and state government.
State Police Youth Week - A six-day camp to introduce students interested in pursuing a career in law enforcement or a branch of the military. Must be a resident of Pennsylvania between the ages of 15-17 prior to entering the camp on June 5th.
Southwest Pennsylvania Area Health Education Center-The academy is designed for current 9th and 10th-grade students who are interested in learning about opportunities in various health careers and the academic preparation necessary for these careers.
Southwest Training Services-On behalf of the Southwest Corner Workforce Development Board, Southwest Training Services Inc., is having a youth work experience program again this summer. Please stop by the guidance office for more information.