Wednesday, January 20, 2016

Summer Programs for Atlanta Students

Now is the time to start applying to those summer programs. Take a look at these local opportunities.

The H.O.T. Days @ Georgia Tech camp is a one-week-long summer program designed to introduce students attending high schools in Georgia to electrical and computer engineering (ECE) concepts. The goal of the program is to instill an interest in ECE and increase the number of high school graduates majoring in this field. Financial Aid Available. Due April 8th.

Girls Who Code
Girls Who Code is a national non-profit organization dedicated to closing the gender gap in technology. Their programs educate, inspire, and equip girls to pursue opportunities in computing. The Girls Who Code Summer Immersion Program is a FREE seven-week introduction to computer science for girls going into 11th and 12th grade.

CDC Disease Detective Camp
Are you interested in public health, epidemiology, medicine, and environmental issues? Then the CDC (Center for Disease Control)Disease Detective Camp is a good program for you to enroll. Visit their website for an application and to learn more about the program.
SIG offers unique programming for gifted and talented students ages 5-17 during the summer and school year.Three-week summer sessions for gifted students ages 5-12* wanting to participate in captivating courses built to enhance existing talents while remaining in the local community. Financial Aid available.

Summer Science Academy @ Emory
The Summer Science Academy Program is a two-week science enrichment program that offers a series of lectures, labs, and field experiences for high school students.

The CDC Disease Detective Camp teaches attendees the fundamentals of CDC’s work: the field of public health and the science of epidemiology. Public health is a vast field that covers many aspects of keeping populations of people healthy. It includes, but is not limited to, research, data collection, data analysis, and health education. Epidemiology, the systematic study of diseases in populations, is one of the sciences used at CDC to help improve the public’s health.

The newly developed MSM S.T.E.A.M. Academy (9-12) will introduce students to biomedical research and health careers. Participants will be immersed in scientific instrumentation, laboratory techniques, and individual or team projects completed in a 6-week session. Students will also participate in mini-courses and workshops on health equity, careers in the sciences and health professions, critical thinking and career planning. Deadline is April 1.

Robotics, Game Design and Creative Writing @ University of Georgia Youth Programs

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