A paid summer internship were high school students are able to work in one of several participating laboratories, with experienced scientists as their mentors. Participants are able to learn about careers in chemistry, and receive assistance with college preparation and career development.
A virtual program allowing high school students to perform research projects at home with the guidance of a mentor. Students are able to go through their research project at their own pace, then present their findings. (College students as mentors are also able to apply!)
Must be a high school student, at least 13 years old
A nationally recognized extracurricular program for high school students in the Greater Boston area. Participants are mentored by construction managers, engineers, and architects as they are taught the basics of engineering design. Students work to develop their own building projects by the end of the program.
A fantastic opportunity where The New York Academy of Scientists chooses 1000 of the world’s brightest teenagers to design innovative solutions dedicated to society’s greatest problems. Students work with a mentor in an international group of 6 throughout 10-week challenge periods.
A paid internship program where public high school students are able to explore Asian art and cultural traditions. Students come in contact with local art prganizations, explore art careers, and gain leadership skills through activism within art-based workshops. Students also create art presented to the public, and communicate with young artists from around the country.
Must be a high school sophomore, junior or senior residing in the Bay Area.
A residential program hosted by Sana Clara University to encourage high school students to pursue the engineering field. Students attend workshops, participate in recreational activities and complete their own engineering projects. Participants have access to workshops in all base disciplines of engineering.
Must be a rising sophomore or junior interested in the field of engineering. Applicants have not been exposed to the profession through prior coursework or extra-curriculars.
Session One: July 12-16 Session Two: July 19-23 Session Three: July 26-30
A residential college prep program for high school students hosted by Pomona college. Students are able to take one math course and one writing course taught by Pomona faculty, along with two electives in the humanities. Students also have access to year-round college prep services, and are exposed to cultural events, workshops, and field trips. Senior scholars have the opportunity to take part in research opportunities.
Must be a rising sophomore, junior or senior in high school residing in California.
Intensive three week residential program which helps students gain admission to top colleges through admissions workshops, essay classes, and test preparation. Students are able to explore potential careers and universities while forming lifelong friendships.
Must be high school junior at the time of application, holding a 4.0 weighted GPA or above, and enrolled in Algebra II, Trigonometry or above. Applicants must demonstrate financial need, have taken AP/IB courses if offered and are actively enrolled in a US high school (mainland or territories).
Chevron Corporation has come together with USC’s Viterbi School of Engineering collaboratively to host a summer camp for High School Juniors and High School Science and Math Teachers at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles. The Frontiers of Energy Resources Summer Camp offers a preparatory, interactive training program focusing on various energy resources including fossil fuels, solar, biofuel,wind, nuclear energy, and information technologies for energy efficient operations. This unique program is designed to introduce outstanding high school students going into their senior year and high school math and/or science teachers to the opportunities and career possibilities available in the global energy resources industry.
Must be a high school junior in the Los Angeles County