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UCSD High School Volunteer Summer 2020 Internship Opportunities - Deadline March 15, 2020
For the eleventh year, the San Diego Supercomputer Center (SDSC), at the University of California, San Diego, will offer its volunteer internship program for high school students entitled Research Experience for High School Students (REHS). As part of this program, students will be paired with an SDSC mentors and will work as part of a research team dedicated to a particular area of computational research.
From Parkinson's and diabetes research to neuroscience research, data analytics, science writing, social media and more, there are plenty of opportunities to choose from. Follow the links below to get started!
We look forward to having you join us this summer!
The Application Process – How to Apply
For detailed information about the program, please visit
For detailed internship project descriptions, please visit
To meet our 2020 mentors, please visit
To view the online application, please visit
Selected applicants will be contacted by SDSC personnel to arrange a personal interview no later than April 10, 2020.
If you have questions about the application process, please contact Ange Mason, SDSC Education and Outreach, via phone at (858) 534-5064 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ThoughtSTEM Summer Internship Opportunities
Please click below to apply for coding camp internships:
TeenLife.com Summer Programs
Smith College - For Academically Talented Young Women
For more information, please go to www.smith.edu/summer.
UCSD Camps and Workshops at the San Diego Supercomputer Center
Our summer 2020 program offerings are better than ever! With our continued focus on STEM learning, there is plenty to challenge and entertain students this summer! Students in grades 5-12 can choose from beginning and advanced programming courses, Star Wars and Minecraft themed coding camps, robotics with Legos, Sphero and Raspberry Pi challenges, drone technology, web development and our new project-focused UCSD High School Computer Science Master Class series for high school students.
What we offer:
• 15 years of STEM-focused summer programs at UCSD
• small class size (no more than 16 students)
• innovative, skilled instruction by educators in the Sweetwater, San Diego Unified and Poway Unified school districts
• 2-3 undergraduate and high school teaching assistants per course
• non-profit status that keeps pricing competitive
• an inspiring setting on the UCSD campus
• a highly regarded reputation for summer programs
How to Register
Complete course information listed by week and registration links can be found at
If you have questions about our summer programs or the registration process, please contact Ange Mason, SDSC Education and Outreach, via phone at 858 534-5064 or
email at email@example.com<mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>.
Big Data Summer Camp - Seminar Series at Qualcomm Institute
UC San Diego Qualcomm Institute’s Big Data Summer Camps provide aspiring young data scientists an immersive educational experience using cutting-edge approaches to Big Data. These pre-college summer camps are designed for students with interests in data analytics and visualization, artificial intelligence and machine learning, and how these fields and approaches assist in discovering and evaluating predictive models. The summer camps are each a week long and will introduce participants to the use of data and tools related to Big Data ecosystem.
Session 1 & Session 2. Students will learn the basic math, visualization and methods behind data science and will work on team projects with classmates using real life examples. Over the course of the week, the content will build in complexity and difficulty, and will include strategies for data visualization and model development and evaluation. No programming experience or knowledge is required. Additionally, invited guests from academia and industry will give presentations to expose the students to various data science application domains. Students can enroll in either Session 1 or Session 2.
Advanced Session. Advanced Session builds on the basics learned in the introductory sessions. Enrolling in Advanced Session (August 3-7) requires concurrent enrollment in Session 1 (June 15-19) or Session 2 (July 27-31). Students who have taken Big Data Summer Camp in past years also qualify.
For more information, go to http://seminarseries.ucsd.edu/datascienceacademy/.
For more information, go to www.fusionacademy.com.
Boston Leadership Institute Summer Programs
The Boston Leadership Institute is now accepting applications for Summer 2020 STEM programs designed for high-achieving high school students. Participants engage in experimental research with faculty experts in cutting-edge areas of science. Programs are offered in fields that generate high demand STEM careers.
• Hands-on, in-depth research experience that can be included in college admissions essays
• Research skills that afford students an edge in obtaining internships and research positions
• A platform to explore potential college majors and careers
• An opportunity for students to demonstrate initiative, drive, and mastery of upper level STEM subject matter
• Well-equipped science labs and premier facilities provide the type of summer experience that is highly valued in college admissions
Programs take full advantage of Greater Boston locations where world-class colleges such as Harvard meet world-class biotech and medical centers to provide field trips and guest lectures.
Last summer, over 500 top students were drawn to BLI competitive admissions research programs from across the country and 32 nations.
For more information, go tohttps://www.bostonleadershipinstitute.com/.
University of Chicago Summer Session
For more information, go to https://summer.uchicago.edu/.
William & Mary Pre-College Program in American History
The National Institute of American History & Democracy (NIAHD) is proud to host the Pre-College Program in American History at William & Mary.
This unique program offers high school students an opportunity to live and study at William & Mary for three weeks during the summer. Students will earn 4 hours of transferable college credit studying American history right where it happened.
What sets the program apart from your typical history class is that students travel daily to the museums, battlefields, archaeological sites, homes, and places where history lives. They will talk with professional historians and curators, and learn not only the history of America but what's being done to preserve it. Students also participate in an active archaeological dig and get their hands dirty looking for 18th-century artifacts.
A background in American history is not required, however, an open mind, independent thinking, creativity, and a spirit of adventure are essential.
For more information, go to https://www.wm.edu/as/niahd/precolsummer/.
Cornell University Summer College
For more information, go to https://sce.cornell.edu/precollege/summer-college.
Lewis and Clark Fir Acres Writing Workshop
Application deadline is March 9, 2020. For more information, go to https://college.lclark.edu/programs/fir_acres/.
CalArts Extended Studies Summer Program
Deadline to apply is March 31, 2020. All levels are welcome. For more information, go to https://extendedstudies.calarts.edu/youth.
Syracuse University Summer College - June & July 2020
Deadline to submit is May 1, 2020. For more information, go to https://summercollege.syr.edu/.
Boston University Summer Journalism Institute - June through August 2020
Expand your skills. Experience college life. Explore Boston.
Boston University presents a once-in-a-lifetime experience for high school students interested in journalism, communications or writing.
Celebrating its 11th year, the Boston University Summer Journalism Institute gives students ages 15 to 18 the opportunity to expand their skills, experience college life and explore Boston.
Each instructor is also a working journalist, so what’s taught is grounded in real-life experience. Each lesson is tied to its practical application, by giving students reporting assignments on campus and in the city. Each day is an opportunity to taste what’s it like to work in the news field, live on a campus, and make new friends from all over the country.
For more information, go to https://combeyond.bu.edu/workshop/bu-summer-journalism-institute/.
Range and Natural Resources Camp - Half Moon Bay - June 16 -21, 2020
WHAT IS RANGE CAMP?
Range Camp is a week long program that has been organized by members of the California-Pacific chapter of the Society for Range Management (“CalPac SRM”) for over 30 years. Our goal is to introduce high school students to the professional world of plant, animal, and landscape management. To do this, we invite experts in scientific disciplines related to wildlife, forestry, rangeland, and plants, as well as experienced professionals who are involved in managing resources of these kinds on a daily basis.
WHERE IS RANGE CAMP HELD?
Range Camp is held in Half Moon Bay, California on the University of California Cooperative Extension’s Elkus Ranch Environmental Education Center. For additional information regarding Elkus Ranch please visit http://ucanr.edu/sites/elkus_ranch/.
UC Santa Barbara Summer Pre-College Programs
For more information, please go to https://www.summer.ucsb.edu/pre-college/pre-college-programs
Augustana Summer Academy - June 21 - 25, 2020
High school students can experience a unique college atmosphere and summer adventure by taking a course in the Augustana Summer Academy. Courses are from two to four days and take an active, hands-on approach within a close-knit learning community based on the beautiful Augustana campus. You'll find fun outside of class, too, through field trips, evening activities and ventures off campus. Course fee includes housing on campus, all meals, evening activities and class fees. Classes are taught by popular Augustana professors. Investigate your interests, whatever they may be, and have fun while enriching your education on Augustana's campus this summer.
This year, the courses offered are in STEM fields, health care, social sciences, and fiction writing.
For more information, go to https://www.augustana.edu/academics/summer-academy.
emERge - The Premier Medical Conference for Teens - June 26, 2020 at UCSD School of Medicine
A future physician, nurse, health tech, or other medical leader who attends emERge each year between ages 14-20 will have had personal interactions with over 250 doctors, 140 nurses, 275 techs, and 1000 future colleagues by the time they declare a major at a university!
For more information, please go to https://emergetheconference.com/.
Miami University Summer Scholars Program
The Summer Scholars Program provides a rich, early college experience for academically-talented rising high school juniors and seniors from across the globe. Students will join an engaged community of learners for an intense, two-week program in which they do the following:
Participate in challenging, immersive academic modules centered on a specific topic or area of interest.
Learn alongside our leading faculty and professional experts.
Reside in a "living-learning" community with other Summer Scholars participants and get a real preview of college life — live in a residence hall, eat in our award-winning dining halls, and enjoy campus facilities such as our Recreational Sports Center and Goggin Ice Center.
Attend special workshops on topics such as the college admission process and financial assistance. Get an insider's look at the college application process — learn about ACT/SAT test preparation, how to find the right college fit, how to write the best college essay, as well as get an introduction to financial aid and scholarships.
Participate in special excursions to local attractions, such as Kings Island, the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden, and a Cincinnati Reds game.
Receive priority consideration for merit scholarships and selective programs.
For more information, go to http://www.miamioh.edu/admission/high-school/summer-scholars/.
Coast Guard Academy AIM (Academy Introduction Mission) Summer Program
The Academy Introduction Mission (AIM) is a one-week summer program where you'll immerse yourself in Academy life. Exclusively for students entering their senior year of high school, AIM is regarded as the most realistic of the service academy summer orientation programs.
AIM will test and inspire you. It will push you to your limits. You'll rise early. You'll study. You'll compete. For six non-stop days, you'll test your mind, body and spirit in every way.
Intense, yet rewarding, AIM will help you to discover whether the Academy experience is truly what you want from college, and whether you have what it takes to succeed.
The Coast Guard Academy is not your typical college experience, and AIM is not your typical summer program. During AIM you will live, learn and compete with those who:
Are looking for more than just a degree
Are physically fit and adventuresome
Enjoy science and math
Want to step out of their comfort zone
For more information, go to https://www.uscga.edu/Aim/.
NYU Precollege Program - July 5 - August 14, 2020
For scholarship consideration, students should apply well before the April 1, 2020 deadline.
For more information, go to http://www.nyu.edu/admissions/high-school-programs.html.
UCLA Department of Art Summer Art Institute - July 2020
Study at the world-renowned UCLA Department of Art this summer! The Art Summer Institute is designed for talented and highly motivated high school students. Each two-week session carries three units of UCLA college credit and is structured around a combination of daily, focused studio work, artist lectures, field trips, and a final exhibition. Students may enroll in one or both two-week sessions and choose from Drawing, Painting, Photography, Sculpture, or Video & Performance Art.
INTENSIVE ART INSTRUCTION
GUEST ARTISTS AND MUSEUM VISITS
FINAL CRITIQUE AND EXHIBITION
ABOUT THE UCLA DEPARTMENT OF ART
For more information, go to https://www.summer.ucla.edu/institutes/art.
Pratt Precollege Summer Program - July 6 - 31, 2020
Fore more information, go to https://www.pratt.edu/academics/continuing-education-and-professional/precollege/.
Hands of Peace Summer Program (Chicago or San Diego) - July 8 - July 27, 2020
"Empowering young Israelis, Palestinians, and Americans to raise their voices as leaders of change." Join us for this life-changing experience by becoming a participant or a host family during our next Summer Program, July 8 – July 27, 2020. Hands of Peace seeks participants who are current high school students, who are deeply interested in learning about the many complexities of the conflict, and who are open to having a powerful, challenging and exciting intercultural experience. All participants and host families must complete the online application and have an interview with a Hands of Peace staff member or volunteer. Successful Israeli and Palestinian applicants must be proficient in conversational English. Successful US applicants must be available to participate in all the program activities (daytime and evening) and must also participate in preparatory orientation sessions prior to the Summer Program. For more information, go to https://handsofpeace.org/get-involved/summer-programs/.
University of Delaware Edge Summer College Program (July 13 - August 14, 2020)
For more information, please go to https://www.udel.edu/apply/undergraduate-admissions/precollege-programs/edge/.
Pre-College Adelphi University Summer Program (July 19 - August 1, 2020)
For more information, go tohttps://precollege.adelphi.edu/.
Rady's Summer Medical Academy
Are you a high school student who wants to be a Doctor, Nurse or Pharmacist? Are you interested in Emergency Medicine or Surgery? RCHSD Summer Medical Academy can show you what it’s all about, plus more!
Rady Children’s Hospital-San Diego presents the 7th Annual:
Summer Medical Academy:
Learning, Doing, Sharing
Session 1: June 15-26, 2020
Monday - Friday, 9am - 4:30pm
Session 2: July 6-17, 2020
Monday - Friday, 9am - 4:30pm
What is the Summer Medical Academy?
A two-week summer program led by over 100 faculty from the Rady Children’s Hospital- San Diego and other cutting edge healthcare organizations in the region.
What will you do?
Explore the unique and exciting world of healthcare and medicine during a variety of sessions including:
• Lectures/Interactive Discussions about crucial topics in healthcare by medical professionals.
• Hands-on skills clinics to try basic techniques in orthopedics, emergency medicine and more.
• Group projects about public health challenges.
• Career panels during which faculty will share their stories, experience, and advice.
• Team building/Networking activities and games to learn new techniques and get to know your peers and future colleagues.
Where: Rady Children's Hospital-San Diego*
*Program will also take place off-site at partner organizations
Cost: $2,450* - covers all course, lab and program materials; t-shirts and scrub pants; and daily lunch. Parking at Rady Children’s is included, but other locations are TBD.
*Transportation and Housing are not included
Who can apply: Highly motivated and enthusiastic students who are interested in a career in healthcare. Students who will be 15-19 years old in June 2020 (enrolled in 9th-12th grade) are eligible.
How can you participate?
1. Visit our website to learn more and download the application (http://sdhealthscholars.org/summer-medical-academy/).
2. Applications are available now and are due no later than 2/21/2020; emails of acceptance will be sent by 3/23/2020. This is for both Session 1 & Session 2.
3. Mail all materials to (no email submissions will be accepted):
Rady Children's Center for Healthier Communities
Attention: Summer Medical Academy
3020 Children's Way
San Diego, CA 92123-4282
Stanford University Academic Enrichment Programs
For more information, please visit https://spcs.stanford.edu/programs.
Penn Engineering Summer Academy
For more information, go to https://www.seas.upenn.edu/.
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