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November Opportunities

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Due

Date

Name
Description
Cost
Grades
mid November

The Villanova Engineering,

Science, and Technology

Enrichment and Development

(VESTED) Academy

The program aims to encourage underrepresented students to explore the possibilities of an engineering education while developing the necessary skills to achieve their goals.  The program allows students to gain knowledge on the new emerging technologies that are affecting today and tomorrow’s global economy.   FREE
 9-12
late November
University of Pennsylvania GEARS Day The Society of Women Engineers at the University of Pennsylvania is happy to invite you to the Penn GEARS (Girls in Engineering and Related Sciences) Day for girls in high school. GEARS Day is a day-long camp intended to educate high school girls about the engineering profession and inspire interest in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) fields. You will participate in hands-on workshops focusing on various engineering disciplines including bioengineering, chemical engineering, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, and computer science. Throughout the day, you will interact with engineering college students, professors, and professionals. **virtual for 2022 FREE
girls in grades 10 or 11
Mid November Penn Academy for Skin Health (PASH)

- Engage with scientists and clinicians in the dermatology field

- Perform laboratory experiments using state-of-the-art research equipment

- Discover genetic and environmental-based dermatologic diseases

- Network with Penn faculty and staff to learn about careers in both research and medicine

- Participate in a College 101 workshop

FREE 10-12
Mid November
Penn Academy for Reproductive Sciences (PARS) What is PARS? An all-female workshop led by expert clinicians and scientists. PARS incorporates a mix of small-group discussions, demonstrations, and hands-on lab activities to explore current research topics in reproductive health.You will also dive into a journal article, discuss ethical decision-making, and prepare for future careers in science and medicine! FREE

10-12

 

female students only

Early November

Science and Engineering Apprenticeship Program with

the Department

of Navy

 

The goals of SEAP are to encourage participating high school students to pursue science and engineering careers, to further their education via mentoring by laboratory personnel and their participation in research, and to make them aware of DoN research and technology efforts, which can lead to employment within the DoN.

FREE+ you get stipend of $3300

9-12

 

age 16 or older

Application Period: Mid September to Early January 

 AIU High School Diplomats

 

 

This cultural enrichment program brings together students from Japan and the United States. Students travel to Princeton University for 10 days of fun and cultural exchange.

FREE via program scholarship Current 10-11
Late November The Bronfman Youth Fellowships in Israel 

A 5-week summer program in

Israel that educates and inspires exceptional young Jewish Leaders to become active   participants in Jewish culture throughout their lives.

FREE
11
Early November Fox Chase Cancer Center Immersion Science Program

The goal of the Immersion Science Program

is to provide comprehensive science research

training to high school students in order to prepare them for future careers in science and medicine.

Students will gain hands-on

training in basic laboratory techniques and conceptual skills including experimental design and analysis, the

cellular basis for cancer, and hypothesis development, as well as gaining an appreciation for the importance of

working together as a team to address a significant biomedical problem.
FREE must be 16 years old by early January AND have completed high school Biology and Chemistry

 

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