The programs are educational and exciting ways to learn new things.
None right now. We are always looking out for these. Most take place in the summer!
Children’s Hospital Observer Program – Observe Children’s staff in order to learn more about their field and fulfill personal career exploration objectives. Must be 16 and have finished junior year.
Children’s Healthcare Information Sessions – These seminars provide interactive learning opportunities designed to help individuals learn about specific health care fields, including educational requirements,day-to-day activities, etc.
Summer Legal Institute-Twin Cities, MN: The Twin Cities SLI (June 26, 2017 – June 30, 2017) is a fun, educational, and interactive program hosted by the University of Minnesota Law School. The SLI provides high school students with exposure to legal careers. The program is FREE to all students. To apply online, click here by May 1. More information here.
SUMMER 2017 ENGINEERING CAMPS: South Dakota State University Electrical Engineering Summer Camp. July 30 – August 5. www.sdstate.edu/eecs/camps
GenCyber Summer Cybersecurity Camp for High School Students. July 17th – 21st, 2017, at Inver Hills Community College. The camps will provide a series of hands-on labs as well as field trips to a data center at a local company or firm, where participants can talk to cybersecurity engineers in the field. The GenCyber camp is open to all students at no cost. During the camps, participants will receive a Raspberry Pi computer, a powerful mini-PC they can use to continue their cybersecurity explorations after the camp experience concludes. Sign up with IHCC using these links: Online Registration & Submit your photo and video consent form now. Please also SIGN UP HERE with E3 STEM to indicate if you need a ride to the camp. FREE. GenCyber Flyer
Engineering Summer Program (ESP) is a fully funded, six-week residential program for students who will be high school juniors or seniors in the upcoming school year. The ESP course curriculum includes math, physics, chemistry, engineering, and technical communications. Other structured programming such as industry site visits, field trips, guest lectures, workshops, and faculty mentoring will help students gain a better understanding of the field of engineering and its applications. Learn more about ESP through the ESP Viewbook or FAQ. Learn more here and apply by April 2.
Ann Bancroft Foundation Dare to Dream Grant: Fund Art, Cultural, Leadership, Educational, & Outdoors/Wilderness Experiences for girls in grades 4 through 12, allowing them to begin exploring the outside world and begin recognizing their own abilities, values and strengths in the process. Requests cannot exceed $500. Spring deadline April 1, Fall deadline October 1. Click HERE to apply online.
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