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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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Wizbots Summer Robotics Camp

Guided Labs. Grades 6-8;
Physics, Computer Science, Engineering.
$0 fees; Program dates Check official program website; Applications due Check official program website

Summer is about having fun and letting your child’s imagination soar to new heights. Our Summer Robotics Labs check all of those boxes and more. They are a great way for girls and boys to dabble in robotics, programming, and design for the first...

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The Tech Museum of Innovation: Summer Camps @ The Tech

Intern / Lab Volunteer, Guided Labs, Lecture / Seminar. Grades 6-8;
Biology, Chemistry, Physics.
$0 fees; Program lasts Jun 11 - Aug 17, 2018; Applications due Check official program website

At Summer Camps @ The Tech, powered by Galileo, students entering grades 4-8 explore riveting, real-world subjects alongside inspiring educators who share their passion for science. Your innovative summer starts now. Here’s what you need to...

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Stanford Institutes of Medicine Summer Research Program (SIMR)

Intern / Lab Volunteer, Lecture / Seminar. Grades 9-12;
Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Engineering.
$40 fees; Program lasts Jun 11 - Aug 2, 2018; Applications due Feb 24, 2018, 11:59 PM (check back for next year's date)

The program is an eight-week program in which high school students from diverse backgrounds are invited to perform basic research with Stanford faculty, postdoctoral fellows, students and researchers on a medically-oriented project. The goals of...

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Lindsay Wildlife Outstanding Wildlife Leader (OWL)

Intern / Lab Volunteer. Grades 9-12;
Biology, Chemistry, Physics.
$475 fees; Program is year-round; Applications due Check official program website

The Lindsay Wildlife Museum offers hands-on science education for students between the ages of 12-16. The Interpretive Guide program is for enthusiastic and responsible students who want to learn more about animals and nature, explore career...

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Expanding Your Horizons (EYH) Conference at Sonoma County

Guided Labs, Lecture / Seminar. Grades 6-8;
Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Computer Science, Engineering, Math.
$15 fees; Program dates Check official program website; Applications due Check official program website

Saturday, April 14, 2018 Sonoma State University Online registration is not yet open. Expanding Your Horizons is an event to increase the awareness of young women and their parents of the importance of adequate preparation in math...

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Urban Adventure Camp

Guided Labs, Lecture / Seminar. Grades K-5;
Biology, Physics.
$0 fees; Program dates Check official program website; Applications due Check official program website

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Urban Adventure Camp

Guided Labs, Lecture / Seminar. Grades 6-8;
Biology, Physics.
$0 fees; Program dates Check official program website; Applications due Check official program website

Urban Adventure Camps was founded on the belief that summer camp should be a unique and meaningful experience in the growth of a child. The UAC experience is one where children are free to discover and explore in a safe and stimulating...

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Expanding Your Horizons (EYH) Conference at UC Berkeley

Guided Labs, Lecture / Seminar. Grades 6-8;
Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Computer Science, Engineering, Math.
$15 fees; Program begins Mar 17, 2018; Applications due Check official program website

Expanding Your Horizons conferences are designed to introduce 5th-8th grade girls to careers in science, technology, engineering and mathematics, (STEM). At an EYH conference you’ll participate in fun-filled hands-on activities. You won’t...

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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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Summer of Service for Middle Schoolers

Guided Labs. Grades 6-8;
Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Computer Science, Engineering.
$300 fees; Program dates Check official program website; Applications due Check official program website

Responding to the needs of young teens too old for the traditional day camp, but too young for full-time employment, Summer of Service (SOS) is a unique and innovative summer program where youth can have fun, make friends, meet new challenges, and...

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