Opportunities for Students in grades 9-12
Cap off your high school learning with a trip to Germany as many funding opportunities are available to students. When you visit a prospective college campus, make an appointment with the German program to see what opportunities they offer!
German-American student exchange program
Gorgeous places for young people to learn German and to have fun
Prize Winner Program based on students taking the National German Examination and receiving a score at the 90th percentile and above who are then nominated by their respective AATG chapter and finally selected by the AATG National Selection Committee Summer Study Program for students who wish to study German at a German school and live with a German family for three weeks. Scholarships available
Language and cultural immersion program in the United States, pursuing a vision of peace and understanding by introducing learners to the languages and cultures of the world
Congress Bundestag Program called the Parliamentary Partnership Program (PPP) by the German Bundestag which co-sponsors this program with the US Congress
The Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange program is for motivated high school students who want to live with a host family and attend school for an academic year in Germany. No previous language experience is required. Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange is sponsored by the United States Congress and the German Bundestag through the U.S. Department of State
Excellence in German deserves recognition and Delta Epsilon Phi does this giving you increased prestige in your college applications.
Test your skills and possibly earn college credit with the College Board German Exam.
Where can you learn German? Check out the GLOW Database for information on your nearest program.
You can possible earn college credit through study of German with your local International Baccalaureate Program.
The Middlebury-Monterery Language Academy is a premier summer language program. It takes place on prestigious college campuses across the United States for rising 8th through 12th grade students.