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Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Harvard Medical School High School Summer Research Program
This 6-week Program aims to train high school students in computational sciences for cancer research.
Brain Bee
The annual Brain Bee where students are tested on their knowledge in the area of neuroscience will take place on February 23rd at the Tufts Health Sciences Campus
The 2019 Spellman High Voltage Electronics Clean Tech Competition is here!
Help us as we move “Toward A Greener Tomorrow”
Registration is open! Win up to $10,000!
The NU Young Scholars Program (YSP)
Northeastern University’s Center for STEM Education will once again be offering a summer research program for advanced level high school students.
The 2019 Spellman High Voltage Electronics Clean Tech Competition is here!
Help us as we move “Toward A Greener Tomorrow”
Registration is open!
Win up to $10,000!
BioBuilder High School Apprenticeship Challenge
The BioBuilder High School Apprenticeship Challenge is
an innovative eight-week afterschool program that
provides students with laboratory training and offers the
opportunity to apply for lab-based summer internships at
renowned research institutions and life sciences
companies.
MIT's Water Club
Last year’s program was a huge success with students from over 6 local high schools, and each student had the chance to meet and present their research to the community and to MIT professor and astronaut, Jeff Hoffman!
MIT Opportunities
There are many other opportunities to learn about science and engineering at MIT, across the country, and online.
YES for CURE
The Young Empowered Scientists for Continued Research Engagement (YES for CURE) Program at Dana-Farber/Harvard Cancer Center will begin accepting applications for its second cohort of talented high school and undergraduate students this month!
Girls STEM Summit
The summit is a one-day event for young women in grades 8-12 who love Science, Technology, Engineering & Math.
L3 Innovation Challenge
The L3 Innovation Challenge is a Design Challenge Bootcamp, introducing students into innovation, design thinking, entrepreneurial problem-solving, and prototyping.
THE LEAH PROJECT
The LEAH (Leaders through Education, Action and Hope) Project is a paid summer internship program that trains and supports high school students, called LEAH Mentors, to teach STEM lessons to elementary school students at out-of-school time (OST) summer camp programs. It is a seven-week summer internship experience designed to give Boston high school students exposure to STEM studies, introduction to computer coding, college and job readiness skills, and near-peer leadership opportunities.
Artemis (Young women enrolled in 8th grade in a MA school)
ARTEMIS

Dates: July 9 – August 10, 2018 (M-F from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm)
Grade Level: Young women enrolled in 8th grade in a MA school
Priority will be given to students in Boston and within a 15-mile radius of the city
Tech Savvy (female, entering grade 7 and 8)
Tech Savvy is a one-week program for middle school girls that focuses on computing, engineering, and technology.
HBV Youth Leadership Conference (YLC)
Team HBV at Harvard College is part of a nationwide initiative to combat Hepatitis B, a viral liver disease that affects 1 in 20 Americans, by increasing community awareness and understanding.
Outbreak! 2018
The Public Health Museum in Massachusetts is inviting you to apply to Outbreak! 2018 -
a week-long summer program for high school students entering their junior and seniors years as of fall 2018. For the 6th year, we will be offering Outbreak! for FREE.
The Leaders Through Education, Action, and Hope (LEAH) Project
The Leaders Through Education, Action, and Hope (LEAH) Project would like to announce that recruitment has started for the 2018 Summer LEAH Knox Scholars program in partnership with MIT.
Summer Pathways in Science and Engineering (BU)
Summer Pathways is a seven-day residential program that gives young women the opportunity to live in a BU dorm and also discover the infinite possibilities that await them in science and engineering.
GROW (Greater Boston Research Opportunities for Young Women)
GROW is a six-week paid research internship for young women who are seriously interested in STEM careers. Participants can earn a stipend of up to $1500 for completion of all program requirements.
Middle school girls, are you interested in computer science and web design?
Apply here to participate in #HelloWorld!
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