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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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Galaxy Explorers Teen Internship and Volunteer Program

Intern / Lab Volunteer. Grades 9-12;
Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Computer Science, Engineering, Math.
FREE; Program is year-round; Applications due Apr 7, 2018, 1:00 PM (check back for next year's date)

Chabot Space and Science Center offers a unique opportunity for high school students interested in science to help out. Volunteers and interns act as docents in the center, helping with demonstrations and enrichment activities. Volunteering in...

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Tech U Computer Coding Classes

Guided Labs. Grades 9-12;
Computer Science, Engineering, Math.
FREE; Program is year-round; Applications due Check official program website (check back for next year's date)

Our curriculum leverages contemporary coding languages (e.g. Scratch, App Inventor, Python and Java) and are designed around project-based learning philosophies. Students are able to create and accomplish meaningful computer technology projects...

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The Tech Museum of Innovation: Family Math and Engineering Classes (bilingual)

Lecture / Seminar. Grades K-5;
Engineering, Math.
FREE; Program is year-round; Applications due Check official program website (check back for next year's date)

Through engaging math and engineering activities, parents learn to reinforce mathematical skills students need to succeed in STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art and math) learning. Families get their hands on math and engineering, while...

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Stanford University Mathematics Camp (SUMaC)

Intern / Lab Volunteer, Lecture / Seminar. Grades 9-12;
Math.
$6,500 fees; Program lasts Jul 16 - Aug 11, 2018; Applications due Mar 14, 2018, 4:00 PM (check back for next year's date)

The SUMaC courses focus on pure mathematics—that is, mathematics that is motivated independently of ties to other sciences—nonetheless, important applications are introduced and pursued along the way. The SUMaC courses are not for credit or...

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Stanford Math Circle Middle School

Guided Labs. Grades 6-8;
Math.
$275 fees; Program lasts Sep 24 - Dec 3, 2015; Applications due Sep 2, 2015, 12:00 AM

The Stanford Math Circle is a weekly math meeting for middle school students. Over 30 students come each week and are presented with difficult, original and always fun mathematical puzzles. Financial aid is available and we will not exclude...

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Expanding Your Horizons in Math and Science Conference at Skyline College

Guided Labs, Lecture / Seminar. Grades 6-8;
Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Computer Science, Engineering, Math.
$20 fees; Program lasts Mar 17 - Mar 17, 2018; Applications due Check official program website (check back for next year's date)

Expanding Your Horizons (EYH) is a conference for 6th through 12th grade young women to learn about career opportunities in math and science. Science and math careers are fun, exciting, and rewarding and so is EYH! Conference participants conduct...

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Berkeley Math Circle - Upper Spring 2018

Guided Labs, Lecture / Seminar. Grades 6-8;
Math.
$180 fees; Program dates Check official program website; Applications due Dec 6, 2017, 12:00 AM (check back for next year's date)

The Berkeley Math Circle (BMC) is a weekly program for over 500 San Francisco Bay Area elementary, middle and high school students. The weekly sessions are held on Tuesdays evenings at the UC Berkeley campus. (Text taken or adapted from program...

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Stanford Pre-Collegiate Summer Institutes

Guided Labs, Lecture / Seminar. Grades 9-12;
Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Computer Science, Engineering, Math.
$0 fees; Program lasts Jan 1 - Dec 31, 2020; Applications due Feb 21, 2018, 12:00 AM (check back for next year's date)

We invite high school students from around the world to discover, study, and explore in small classes with instructors who are experts in their fields and passionate about teaching. Stanford Pre-Collegiate Studies advances the education of...

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Berkeley Math Circle Summer Camp for Middle School Students

Guided Labs. Grades 6-8;
Math.
$425 fees; Program lasts Jun 18 - Jun 29, 2018; Applications due Check official program website (check back for next year's date)

The purpose of the Berkeley Math Circle and the Bay Area Mathematics Olympiad is to increase the quality and quantity of students who become mathematics educators and researchers, or who simply love and use mathematics in their studies, work and...

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Julia Robinson Mathematics Festival

Guided Labs. Grades 6-8;
Math.
$10 fees; Program lasts Mar 10 - Mar 10, 2018; Applications due Check official program website (check back for next year's date)

Julia Robinson Mathematics Festival supports locally organized events that inspire K–12 students to explore the richness and beauty of mathematics through collaborative, creative problem-solving. Festivals are held throughout the year, see...

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