Get ahead this summer

Build your resume. Stay on track. Accelerate your path towards graduation. Discover all the ways you can get ahead this summer at Jamestown Community College.

With classroom and online courses and numerous paid, credit­bearing internships, you’ll be able to make the most of your summer.

Not a JCC student? Not a problem. Most of our courses are fully transferrable.

So what are you waiting for? Get ahead this summer at JCC.

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Summer Internships

Before you commit to a routine summer job, take a minute to explore some of the paid, credit-bearing internships you can complete through JCC. View the latest internship listings.

Looking to create your own internship? Contact the Office of Experiential Learning at 716.338.1381.

Other Opportunities

Youth Programs

Just because it's summer, that doesn't mean that the learning has to stop, for you or your child. Through programs like Kids' College, STEM Camp, and more, we offer a wide variety of options that your child will love, no matter what his or her interests are. Check out the list of offerings for the JCC campus nearest you:

English Language Immersion

Interested in improving your English quickly and effectively? This is your chance! Join us for three weeks to study English grammar and improve vocabulary, pronunciation, listening skills, speaking, reading, and writing. You'll also get a chance to visit New York tourist attractions, including: Niagara Falls, local museums and art galleries, the Amish country, and more! To find out more and apply to the program, please visit sunyjcc.edu/englishimmersion

No TOEFL required. Apply by June 15, 2015

Jamestown Campus Jul 20 — Aug 7, 2015

PEP Grant

The PEP grant ​is good for one­half tuition–up to $300–for all high school students who are concurrently enrolled at JCC through the Pre­College Enrollment Program.
Download the application

International Internships

Earn college credits while you immerse yourself in another culture. This summer, JCC is offering international internships in Valladolid, Spain, and Tokyo, Japan. Each internship is worth two college credits, and will focus on teaching English to a variety of age groups. Homestays are provided, and scholarships are available. Though language skills are helpful, they are not required.

Spain

Japan

Summer Session I (May 26-July 2)

January 2 - May 19 Session I mail-in registration
May 19 course payment due
May 21 in-person registration: 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
May 22 in-person registration: 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
May 26 classes begin
May 26-27 late registration and special audit registration for students age 60 and over
June 3 last day to choose CR/F or audit grade options
June 16 last day to change CR/F back to regular grade
July 2 last day to officially withdraw from an individual class with a grade of 'W'
July 2 Summer Session I ends

Summer Session II (July 6-August 13)

January 2 - June 29 Session II mail-in registration
May 19 course payment due
July 2 in-person registration: 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
July 3 in-person registration: 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
July 6 classes begin, 8 a.m.
July 6-7 late registration and special audit registration for students age 60 and over
July 16 last day to choose CR/F or audit grade options
July 28 last day to change CR/F back to regular grade
August 13 last day to officially withdraw from an individual class with a grade of 'W'
August 13 Summer Session II ends