Summer Learning Opportunities

Opportunities

Duke University Accelerated STEM Academy

Spend your summer alongside the next generation of innovators at Duke University’s Accelerated STEM Academy and engage with some of the world’s top researchers.  During this one-week program, you will explore Duke’s state-of-the-art laboratories, learn about trailblazing research, and experience the life of an elite researcher. Students currently in grades 9 – 12 are eligible to apply to this prestigious program.  Enroll in this program and take what may be a powerful first step in a lifelong pursuit of innovation. 
 
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Summer Experience in Engineering for Women (June 9-14)

SEE UA! camp at The University of Akron is an engaging one week residential and day summer camp for girls entering the 9-12 grades that immerses the girls into biomedical, civil, chemical, electrical, and mechanical engineering. 

The camp includes: 

  • Fun-filled hands-on engineering activities in the morning that are led by our talented faculty, followed by dynamic tours of local engineering firms and then campus-wide activities in the evening.
  • The campers also spend the week working as a team on an engineering design project or research project and then compete against other camp teams at the end of the week.
  • Campers live in residence housing located on campus where the resident assistants are upper-class engineering students. 

MEDCAMP (July 11-14)

MEDCAMP is a three-day immersive experience designed to stimulate students’ interests in the basic sciences and medicine and to expose them to career opportunities in those fields. The program provides a “hands on” experience through biomedical science workshops involving research, clinical problem-solving and an introduction to the field of clinical medicine.

Sports Medicine Camp (June 10-14)

Students interested in Sports Medicine or Athletic Training have an opportunity to participate in a Student Aide Camp in which they will learn about the basics of Sports Medicine, earn CPR and First Aid certifications, and have the opportunity to work with athletic trainers and team doctors at the News Herald Senior Bowl.  
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