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YouSTEM is a free web resource for K-12 students to find out about local programs in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) subjects. Most of the programs listed are free too! To start, click on your subject areas of interest, or filter based on type location, and age.

Intern / Lab Volunteer

Becoming an intern or lab volunteer is your backstage pass to finding out what scientists, mathematicians, and engineers do every day. You can contribute to real projects and get one-on-one job training.

Guided Labs

Guided labs are a great way to get hands-on experience and meet new friends. You can perform science experiments and work on engineering projects while having fun and learning with other students.

Lecture / Seminar

Lectures and seminars give you a front row seat to the latest breakthroughs in topics like medicine and technology. You can learn about the science, math, and engineering behind these advances from an expert in the field.

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Expanding Your Horizons Conference - UC Berkeley

Lecture / Seminar. Grades 6-8;
Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Computer Science, Engineering, Math.
$0 stipend; Program dates Check official program website; Applications due Check official program website

"A day-long event for over 300 young women to explore their interest in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) careers through hands-on workshops, a keynote speaker and a STEM-themed raffle! Expanding Your Horizons is an...

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Summer Math and Science Honors Academy (SMASH)

Lecture / Seminar. Grades 9-12;
Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Computer Science, Engineering, Math.
$0 stipend; Program dates Check official program website; Applications due Check official program website

SMASH is a three-year summer enrichment program for high-achieving, low-income students from the Bay Area that wish to excel in science, math, engineering, and technology (STEM). The summer program runs for 5 weeks each summer, usually in July and...

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Introductory College Level Experience in Microbiology (iCLEM)

Intern / Lab Volunteer. Grades 9-12;
Biology, Chemistry, Engineering.
$2,000 stipend; Program lasts Jun 20 - Aug 4, 2016; Applications due Mar 1, 2016, 12:00 AM

"iCLEM is an eight-week paid summer biotech internship program for high-potential, low income high school sophomores and juniors.Developed in partnership with UC Berkeley and the Joint BioEnergy Institute, the program seeks to broaden students'...

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Champions of Science

Guided Labs, Lecture / Seminar. Grades 6-8;
Biology, Chemistry, Physics.
$0 stipend; Program is year-round; Applications due Check official program website

Champions of Science is an after-school program that meets one day per week. Students work both inside and outside of the classrooms, investigating age appropriate topics such as earth sciences, climate education, Nano technology, space...

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UC Berkeley Marvell Nanofabrication Laboratory: Summer Internship Program for High School Girls

Intern / Lab Volunteer. Grades 9-12;
Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Engineering, Math.
$0 stipend; Program lasts Jun 17 - Aug 14, 2015; Applications due Check official program website

The Nanolab is a research facility at UC Berkeley where researchers in engineering and science develop next generation electrical devices that go into integrated circuits - IC’s, also known as silicon chips); design and fabricate MEMS -...

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NatureBridge Teen Environmental Education Mentorship (TEEM) - Marin

Intern / Lab Volunteer. Grades 9-12;
Biology.
$350 stipend; Program dates Check official program website; Applications due Apr 3, 2015, 12:00 AM

The Teen Environmental Education Mentorship (TEEM) is a paid internship in environmental education and leadership for San Francisco and Marin High School Students.Through TEEM; participants discover their inner strengths as leaders, their ability...

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Bay Area Science Festival

Guided Labs, Lecture / Seminar. Grades 6-8;
Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Computer Science, Engineering, Math.
$0 stipend; Program is year-round; No application necessary (check back for next year's date)

Our mission is to celebrate the Bay Area’s scientific wonders, resources, and opportunities by exploring the role of science, engineering, and technology locally & in the world. (Text adapted or taken from website.)

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Discovery Days - North Bay at the Sonoma County Fairgrounds

Guided Labs. Grades K-5;
Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Computer Science, Engineering.
FREE; Program lasts Oct 4 - Oct 4, 2015; No application necessary

"Discovery Day – North Bay at the Sonoma County Fairgrounds in Santa Rosa is a major highlight of the week-long festival. Festival activities will be free. Families are encouraged to attend together. “Unleash your inner scientist” at this...

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XSEDE15 Student Program

Lecture / Seminar. Grades 9-12;
Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Computer Science, Engineering, Math.
FREE; Program lasts Jul 26 - Jul 30, 2015; Applications due Jun 25, 2015, 12:00 AM (check back for next year's date)

From Newsletter XSEDE15 Student Program – Call for Participation High School and College Students are Encouraged to Participate in the XSEDE15 Student Program XSEDE15, the fourth conference of XSEDE, the Extreme Science and...

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Teen Volunteer Opportunities at the Lawrence Hall of Science

Intern / Lab Volunteer. Grades 9-12;
Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Computer Science, Engineering, Math.
FREE; Program dates Check official program website; Applications due Check official program website

The Lawrence Hall of Science has a fun and dynamic program for teens. All teens enter the program in May, volunteering on the exhibit floor for the summer. This is a great way for teens to fulfill community service requirements, get job skills,...

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