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    Summer Research Fellowships in Chemistry and Biochemistry for High School Students
    CA, Los Angeles
      California State University - Los Angeles
      Project SEED Scholars are integrated into active research groups under the direction of chemistry and biochemistry faculty members at Cal State LA. The student selects his/her research adviser from among the faculty members in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, and the nature and scope of the research project is arranged to suit the student's level and interests through consultation between the adviser and the student. The SEED Scholar's participation in research will be full-time during the eight-week summer. The major benefit to the SEED Scholar is the career enhancement experienced by participation in an active research group while the student is still in high school, an opport...[more]
      Deadline : Apr 23, 2004
    Montgomery College: Career Camps
    MD, Rockville
    Phone: 301-610-4141
      Montgomery College
      The Montgomery College/Montgomery County Public School Partnership is sponsoring a career camp for incoming 9th and 10th grade high school students who are interested in learning more about various careers prior to completing high school. The camps will be held on all three campuses simultaneously. Students will select a campus to attend and will choose two careers to survey (one if Biotechnology at Germantown). What are the benefits? Many students graduate from high school without having a clear idea of a career they would like to pursue. These camps will help introduce students to a number of different careers. Upon completion of the camps, students will see the connection between...[more]
      Deadline : Apr 16, 2004
    Research and Extension Apprenticeship Program (REAP)
    KY, Frankfort
    Phone: 502/597-6030
      Kentucky State University
      The Research and Extension Apprenticeship Program or (REAP) is a six-week residential program for students grade 9-11, who are interested in learning about careers in agriculture.
      Deadline : Apr 15, 2004
    Summer Research Program for High School Students
    TX, Houston
    Phone: (713) 500-3289.
      University of Texas Health Science Center - Houston
      The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UTHSC-H) offers a summer research program to qualified high school students interested in science and the health professions. The program is primarily designed for high school juniors and seniors from UTHSC-H partner schools in the Spring Branch, Houston, Fort Bend, and Aldine Independent School Districts. The program is guided by the Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills (TEKS) and the National Science Education Standards. Its primary goals are to introduce the students to the scientific process through laboratory or clinical research, and increase their interest and motivation to pursue careers in the health professions. The pro...[more]
      Deadline : Apr 02, 2004
    Quest Scholars Program
    CA, Stanford
    Phone: 650-328-8591
      Stanford University
      The Quest Scholars Program (Quest) is a five-year long leadership and science education program for talented, low-income youth. Quest begins with a five-week summer residential program on the Stanford campus, and continues through the undergraduate college experience. One student at a time, Quest strives to provide underprivileged students with the mentorship, personal direction, and educational skills to succeed at America's best universities. The Quest Scholars Program currently encompasses two programs: QuestLeadership (the Quest summer residential session and the five continuing years of support described above) and QuestBridge, a new initiative of the Quest Scholars Program created t...[more]
      Deadline : Mar 22, 2004
    FIU Upward Bound
    FL, Miami
    Phone: 305-348-1742
      Florida International University Engineering School
      The FIU Upward Bound Program is a 4 year program for low income high school students, which provides tutoring on school sites, after school hours and every other Saturday, as well as a residential program for 5 weeks during the summer.
      Deadline : Mar 18, 2004
    The Research Apprenticeship Program (RAP)
    NC, Chapel Hill
    Phone: (919) 966-7673
      University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill
      RAP was developed by the UNC-CH School of Medicine to increase the number of disadvantaged rising junior and senior high school students who pursue careers in the science fields. The Program exposes students to basic and/or clinical research through an apprenticeship experience. Students will work on a scientific project under the guidance of a research scientist for seven-weeks. Students will be able to expand their knowledge of and competence in science. They will conduct science in creative ways, expand their appreciation of the investigative process, and investigate career prospects. At the completion of the Program, participants will provide a written and oral presentation on their proj...[more]
      Deadline : Mar 01, 2004
    Medical Education Development (MED) Program
    NC, Chapel Hill
    Phone: [919] 966-7673
      University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill
      The MED Program provides demanding academic preparation on the level of beginning medical/dental studies for applicants* planning to apply to medical or dental school in the fall. Students are engaged in over 200 scheduled class and lab hours in Gross Anatomy, Histology, Physiology, Clinical Biochemistry, and Microbiology/ Immunology or Dental Theory and Technique. Individualized work in learning, study, and test-taking skills will be provided in addition to pre-professional counseling, seminars, workshops, and orientation to the medical and dental school environment. Participants receive grades in each course and a certificate upon completion of the program. A UNC-CH transcript is NOT issue...[more]
      Deadline : Mar 01, 2004
    The Young Leaders Project
    SD, Sioux Falls
    Phone: 605-336-6588
      Sioux Falls Seminary
      The Young Leaders Project offers high school students grades 10-12 a chance to learn, explore, and serve others.
      Deadline : Mar 01, 2004
    Summer STAR (Student Training And Research) Program
    GA, Augusta
    Phone: 706-721-9516
      Georgia Health Sciences University
      The Summer STAR (Student Training And Research) program at the Medical College of Georgia is designed to provide biomedical research experience for undergraduate students with a desire to pursue a graduate education in biomedical sciences. This program provides opportunities for highly motivated and talented undergraduate students to develop skills as young scientists and to explore further their interest in biomedical research. During the course of the ten-week program, students actively participate in a biomedical research project under the guidance of a MCG faculty member. Applicants select the MCG faculty member that they would like to work with if accepted into the program. Biomedic...[more]
      Deadline : Feb 18, 2004
    Women's Technology Program
    MA, Cambridge
    Phone: (617) 253-5580
      Massachusetts Institute of Technology
      The Women's Technology Program is a residential summer program in the MIT Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science to introduce high school girls to EECS in the summer after 11th grade. Our goal: increasing high school girls’ interest and confidence in pursuing electrical engineering and computer science.
      Deadline : Feb 03, 2004
    French, German, and Spanish Camp
    PA, Millersville
    Phone: 717-872-3526
      Millersville University of Pennsylvania
      High school students taking French, German, or Spanish can sharpen their skills in a way that's both fun and academic at Millersville University. French Camp - July 24-30, 2005 German & Spanish Camps July 31, 2005 Application deadlines: French Camp-June 24, 2005 German & Spanish Camps - July 1, 2005.
    Henry C. Lee College Criminal Justice/Forensic Science Camp
    CT, West Haven
    Phone: 203.932.7180
      University of New Haven
      Students will gain real knowledge from expert professors and will also receive hands-on experience in crime scene investigation. Topics that will be covered include criminal investigation, fingerprinting, blood analysis, a field trip to the West Haven Police Department, and more. At the end of the week, students will team up to investigate mock crime scenes and present their findings using PowerPoint.
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