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									            9th-12th Grade Research/Internships/Special Programs for Summer
                                 Edited 2/6/08 by C. Tam

Biogen – Community Lab - FREE
      (1) Adventures in Biotechnology, 5-day summer program for students entering 10, 11, 12
      (2) Advanced Adventures in Biotechnology – a two-week program for students entering
          11 & 12

Boston Univ.
       1. High School Honors Program – Research Internship in Science, a 6-week research
          program
       2. School of Medicine – Minority High School Student Biomedical Research Program,
          research, grades 11-12 disadvantaged students, deadline: May (no Asians)

Brandeis Univ. – Brandeis Summer Odyssey

Brown Univ. – Leadership Alliance, all levels, education/research, minorities (no Asians)

Clark University – Minds, Matter and Medicine in the 21st Century,
       www.clarku.edu/summerscienceprogram

Harvard Univ.
      1. Harvard Medical School, Project Success, minorities, rising 11th & 12th graders,
          living in Boston or Cambridge,  16 years old as of 6/30, research internship,
          deadline March-April
      2. Harvard School of Public Health, Minority H.S. Student Research Program,
          minorities, starting H.S. sophomores living in Boston, all sciences, deadline end of
          April, www.hsph.harvard.edu/hr

The Jackson Laboratory, Bar Harbor, ME – Summer Student Program for rising seniors,
       www.jax.org/training/documents/SSP.html

Maine Awareness Research Expeditions – offers multi-disciplinary marine education programs
      fully accredited by Franklin Pierce College (for ages 16-22 years?). Contact: The
      M.A.R.E. Center, Franklin Pierce College, PO Box 60, College Road, Rindge, NH
      02361-0060, www.fpc.edu/MARE

Maine Maritime Academy – Summer Sea Session, 5-day program for H.S. juniors

Mass PEP, Inc.
      1. Residential Summer High School Program in Math & Science, 6 weeks, completed
          9th, 10th, and 11th grade, minorities (no Asians)
      2. Summer Tech. Internship Program, grades 11th and 12th, minorities(?), 4-8 weeks,
          deadline mid-April
MIT Women’s Technology Program for High School Students, 4 weeks to explore electrical
     engineering and computer science through a series of hands-on experiments and projects,
     for current 10th or 11th grade girls. Also a host of programs for high school students,
     including internships and summer programs can be found at http://web.mit.edu/outreach

National Youth Leadership Forum in Medicine and in Nursing – 10-day summer program
       offered around the country, www.nylf.org, email mededucator@nylf.org

Northfield Mount Hermon Summer School – Caribbean Marine Biology & Scuba, grades10-12,
       education & research in biology & zoology, 5 weeks in June-July

Northeastern Univ. – H.S. Apprentice Program, research, for 11th & 12th grade, disadvantaged
       minorities

Roxbury Latin School – Advanced Biotechnology Institute, for grades 9-12, advanced lab-based
      curriculum, DNA & protein science, visits to biotech/pharma companies and NIH in MD,
      medical school internship possibility, www.biotech-institute.org or call 617-325-4920
      ext. 247

The School for Field Studies, Undergraduate Semester & Summer Programs, 16 Broadway,
      Beverly, MA 01915-9923, www.fieldstudies.org

Sea Education Association
      1. Oceanography of the Gulf of Maine, education & research
      2. Science at Sea, education & research in oceanography nautical science, contact
          William McMurray, 508-540-3954

Sea Semester Program at Woods Hole, Sea Education Association, PO Box 6, Woods Hole, MA
      02543-9987, 800-552-3633, www.sea.edu

Skidmore College – Skidmore Summer Science Institute for Girls, Office of the Dean of Special
      Programs, Saratoga Springs, NY, 518-580-5592, www.skidmore.edu/summer

Smith College – Summer Science Program, 4 weeks research, entering 9th – 12th grades, 413-
       585-3879, fax 413-585-3068

Tufts Univ.
       1. College of Engineering – Women in Science & Engineering Initiative, biotech &
           engineering research – called 4/2/99 Peter Wong, 617-627-3237 x5162, program no
           longer running, may have new program out
       2. School of Medicine – summer research internship for high school students
       3. School of Vet. Medicine – Adventure in Vet. Medicine, H.S. students, education,
           contact Chris Killian, 508-839-7962
       4. School of Vet. Medicine – H.S. Minority Research Apprentice Program, deadline
           May, minorities, education & research, contact Rebecca Russo, 617-839-7920
       5. Summer Session, education & research for H.S. juniors, deadline May 1, contact
           Tricia Butler, 617-627-3958
Tufts University – Tufts Summer Study, pre-college experience, Health Science Honors
       Program, contact Tufts Summer Session Office at 617-627-3454, Vanessa Green,
       Program Assistant, email highschool@tufts.edu, web site http://ase.tufts.edu/summer/hs.

U. Mass Amherst – (#100) Hughes Scholars Neuroscience & Behavior Program, education &
      research in neuroscience and behavior, women minorities (no Asians), H.S. juniors, 5
      weeks in summer, deadline 4/15, contact Dr. Rodney Murphey, 413-545-2046

U. Mass Medical Center – (#092) H.S. Health Careers Program, grades 10th & 11th, 4 weeks,
      deadline March 1, contact Isabel Feliciano, 508-856-5541

U. of Notre Dame – Summer Experience, a pre-college program, choose one of 4 disciplines: life
       sciences, finance and investments, mathematics, literature. 3 weeks, For rising seniors
       only, web site www.nd.edu/~precoll; Joan Ball, 219-631-4782.

University of Notre Dame – Summer Experience, open to outstanding high school students
       between their junior and senior years, 3 weeks in July, 3 academic tracks in science
       offered: Life Sciences, Computer Science and Engineering, and Geoscience and the
       Environment, www.nd.edu/precoll, Joan Martel Ball, Director of Pre-College Programs,
       219-631-4481, email at jmball@nd.edu

U. of Vermont – (#181) Research Apprentice Program, summer 7 weeks research, end of 11th
       grade, minorities, contact Mary Romary, 802-656-3819

WPI – Girls in Engineering, Math and Science (GEMS) Program for high school girls, a hands-
      on program to introduce girls to engineering and inspire them to learn more about math
      and science, www.wpi.edu/Admin/Diversity/precollege.html

WPI – Exploring Engineering, Math & Science (Strive), a program for African-American,
      Hispanic and Native American High School Students, a hands-on program to introduce
      high school students to engineering and inspire them to learn more about math and
      science, www.wpi.edu/Admin/Diversity/precollege.html

WPI – Frontiers, a 2-week residential program, July 6-19, 2002, of hands-on project-based
      science for rising juniors and seniors, www.wpi.edu/+frontiers

WPI – Launch Program, a 5-day summer program for entering 9th & 10th grades,
      www.wpi.edu/+launch, phone: 508-831-5286
Middle School Programs

Boston Univ. – www.bu.edu/eng/u-design/, “U-Design” summer program, one-week sessions in:
       (1) Electrical & Mechanical Gizmos, for students entering grades 6-8
       (2) Robo-Alley, for students entering grades 7-9
       (3) Flight School 101, for students entering grades 7-9

Briarwood Marine Science Center on Cape Cod, one-week sessions of Summer Marine Science
      Camps held for students entering 5th through 9th grades, PO Box 375, Monument Beach,
      MA 02553, Phone 508-759-7763

Bridgewater State College CityLab, “Whale of a Mystery”, biotechnology program, one-week
      sessions, for students entering grades 6-9, http://webhost.bridgew.edu/CityLab

Mass Audubon Society – http://massaudubon.org/Kids/index.php. Many options for students
      entering grades 5-9. Main number: 866-MAS-CAMP.
      (1) Overnight camp: www.massaudubon.org/wildwood
      (2) Day Camps: variety of focuses
      (3) Blue Hills Trailside Museum: Chickatawbut Hill Summer Camp. Naturalist, Explorer,
          or Adventurers programs available.

Museum of Science, Boston, one-week sessions through the summer, for students entering 1st
     through 10th grades, www.mos.org, 617-589-0100


New England Aquarium – http://neaq.org/scilearn/summerprogs/ Camp director phone: 617-
      973-0250 or 617-973-0253. Based out of Boston location.
      (1) Entering 6-7 programs: Sharks: Tales & Truths, River Meets the Sea, and Bounty of
          the Sea. One-week sessions in August.
      (2) Entering 8-9 programs: Aquarist in Training, Ocean Protectors, Schooner Adventures,
          Making Shark Movies: Telling the Real Story, Animal Health at the Aquarium, Sea
          Lab: A Study of Urban Whales, and Exhibit Design: The Giant Ocean Tank. One-
          week and two-week sessions in July and August.

Sail Caribbean, “Foxtrot Junior” program for students completing 7th & 8th graders, 14-day
       residential program combining water activities with marine biology activities and
       environmental conservation project, www.sailcaribbean.com, 800-321-0994

WPI Launch summer program, focus is on current techniques and unsolved problems in biology,
      chemistry, computer science, and robotics, one-week program, for students entering 9th
      and 10th grades, www.wpi.edu/+launch, phone: 508-831-5286

								
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