Site NavigationGabe is a junior on the men's soccer team from Silver Spring, Maryland. Gabe joined the soccer team during the spring of his first year, but in his tren quito season with the team he appeared in nine games, collegee the team's third Centennial Conference Championship game in four years. While he contributes significantly on the field, Gabe also excels in mast program haverford college classroom. Majoring in Biology with minors in Spanish and Environmental Studies, he enjoys both the breadth and mast program haverford college that his course-load provides, and he plans on continuing his studies in Ecuador next semester through SIT's Comparative Ecology and Conservation Program. While he isn't entirely sure what he wants to do after graduation, he says that post-college plans "may include conservation work and hopefully will involve significant time outdoors," and graduate school may also be an option in the future.
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Mission and Core Beliefs. Programs and Projects Science Speaker Series. Boys' Latin of Philadelphia. Students at Boys' Latin have opportunities to apply for internships and programs during the summer and the school year. Students are encouraged to join the Boys' Latin Jr. Smith by 30 September Sessions will be in Center City at an architecture or engineering firm. Attend Wednesday sessions after school twice a month from October to May. F or students interested in architecture, engineering, and mathematics.
Submit an online application here: Contact The Franklin Institute about application deadlines. Students engage in hands-on science workshops, field-based research, special field trips, and college and career counseling at the Franklin Institute. PACTS is a leadership development program. Requires involvement monthly and over summer throughout high school career. VESTED is an intensive eight weekend long introduction to engineering experience for high school students.
The program aims to encourage underrepresented students to explore the possibilities of an engineering education while developing the necessary skills to achieve their goals.
Find out more here: The following students were selected for the program: The Mentoring And Student Teaching MAST program at Haverford College is an innovative outreach program that offers high school students the opportunity to develop a greater appreciation for the sciences and writing. Students will be in sessions from 9: M each Saturday of the program. Lunch and a small stipend will be available for every student.
Funding for public transportation is also available. College students will act as mentors and role models for the students in the program. The program will end with a reception for students and their families. The STEM Scholars program through the Franklin Institute identifies highly motivated freshman high school students to participate in a four-year concentrated outreach science and engineering program to ensure their long-term pursuit of careers in Science, Technology, Engineering, or Mathematics STEM.
Students must have a minimum of a 3. The deadline to apply is December Interested students can learn more about the program from their science teachers. In , two students from Boys' Latin were selected to participate in the program: Gavin Taylor and Kevin Walker.
In , three students from Boys' Latin were selected to participate in the program: In , four students from Boys' Latin were selected to participate in the program: Applications Due 31 January The mission of the Science Apprentice Program is to stimulate interest in biomedical sciences and medicine as careers, particularly for student groups typically underrepresented in science such as women and minorities. By directly exposing students to basic bench and clinical research, the program provides students with a unique and fun experience that is academically and personally enriching.
Last year, the program consisted of seven weeks June 18 — August 3, of full-time, paid, structured research activity with a Monell scientist. Qualified students have a strong interest in science and research. Grades 10 and 11 Students learn about and participate in polar science alongside researchers and teachers at field stations around Kangerlussuaq, Greenland.
Any current 10th or 11th grade student who is a U. June 27 — July 9, Students must have completed at least one year of high school and not yet graduated prior to the camp. This summer program focuses on the atmospheric, oceanic, and biogeochemical processes at work in the Delaware Bay.
The Wistar Institute is offering an eight-week summer program for high schools students. Participating students work on active research projects in areas such as cancer genetics, control of tumor progression, vaccine development, or bio-informatics. The program is scheduled for June 30 through August Students are expected to devote 35 hours per week to the program.
Students must be at least sixteen years of age and highly motivated. Once students are selected to participate in the program, they must obtain a working permit. To apply, interested students should submit a one-page letter describing their research interest and career goals.
A letter of recommendation from a science teacher and a transcript should also be submitted. The deadline for submission is March 28, Materials should be sent to Dr. The selection process will include an interview of qualified candidates.
Applications Due 31 March AgDiscovery is an outreach program to help students learn about careers in animal science, veterinary medicine, agribusiness and plant pathology. This week program allows participants to live on a college campus and learn about Agricultural science from university professors, practicing veterinarians and professionals working for the U.
Students chosen to participate in AgDiscovery will gain experience through hands-on labs, workshops, field trips and other group and team building activities. Applications Due 4 April Grades 9, 10, and To apply, s tudents must be enrolled in a college preparatory curriculum receiving grades of "B" or better especially in mathematics, science and English courses.
The Department of Materials Science and Engineering at Drexel University, in conjunction with the ASM International Philadelphia "Liberty Bell" Chapter, will host Materials Camp, a week-long, hands-on academic day camp to introduce high school students to the exciting and important field of materials science and engineering. Materials Camp provides the perfect opportunity for high school students to explore the field of materials science and engineering.
The camp lasts for one week: There are five programs to choose from: The Program began promptly at 9: In , one student from Boys' Latin was selected to participate in the program: Christian Davidson and Stephen Jackson.
In , three Boys' Latin students were selected to participate in the program: Summer STEM is designed to encourage rising 8th through 11th graders from across the country to pursue a course of study in engineering and technology throughout high school and college. High school students have participated in cancer research at Fox Chase Cancer Center for many years. Students work beside research scientists who serve as mentors.
The Drexel University College of Engineering Summer Music Technology SMT Program is an innovative, one-week learning experience that provides twenty rising high school sophomores and juniors with a unique opportunity to learn about music production technology and digital audio from Drexel faculty and students. This program approaches music and audio technology from the perspective of engineering, mathematics and science.
The mission of the program is to provide mentorship and education at all levels. High school students are taught by undergraduates, who learn from medical students who, in turn, are guided by neurology residents and fellows. The program provides a valuable means for college students, medical trainees, physicians-in-training and faculty at the University of Pennsylvania to contribute meaningfully to their surrounding community.
In , six students from Boys' L atin were selected to participate in the program: In , nine students from Boys' Latin were selected to participate in the program: Students work for 8 weeks and are awarded a fellowship. Camp is a week long day program for students who excel in math and have an interest in computers. Students spend time working on a variety of computer programs, creating their own games and animation, and working with multi-media textiles.
The program is open to rising 10th and 11th grade students with priority for students traditionally underrepresented in computer science. Internships for Students Students at Boys' Latin have opportunities to apply for internships and programs during the summer and the school year.
Since , students have applied and been accepted to programs coordinated by: Students a ttend five Wednesday sessions once a month from October-February. For students with an interest in chemistry. Complete an application here: Grade 6 Students engage in hands-on science workshops, field-based research, special field trips, and college and career counseling at the Franklin Institute.
Students develop a research project based in your area of interest and are mentored by professional scientists and faculty members. University of Delaware T. Transportation from Philadelphia will be available. Scholarships to attend are available based on need. AgDiscovery Applications Due 31 March Grades 9, 10, and 11 AgDiscovery is an outreach program to help students learn about careers in animal science, veterinary medicine, agribusiness and plant pathology.
In , Boys' Latin sophomore Tyler Wright was selected to attend the program. Students learn hands on animal husbandry skills while volunteering, attend trainings to gain knowledge and understanding of wildlife and environmental issues, and participate in off-site eco-excursions to work with conservation partners to help protect animals and habitats. This three-year program is designed to facilitate their continuation into post-secondary education required for a career in healthcare.
In , one Boys' Latin student was selected to participate in the program: Applications can be submitted on-line at the link below or can be filled out using the attached application.