Category: College and Career

Quantum Computing Will Change the World!

“Be one of the first high school students to learn about the emerging technology that will change the world as we know it: quantum computing! In this camp, students learn about the exciting world of quantum computing, covering topics such as quantum mechanics, quantum computation, and quantum algorithms. Through hands-on activities and projects, students learn …

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FREE MIT Spring Institute for 9th/10th Graders

The Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Beaverworks Spring Institute is looking for students who are in the 9th and 10th grade who are interested in learning about robotics, cyber security, assistive technology and programming via a series of online Saturday courses. The program is completely free! No prior experience is necessary. Students must be able …

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NOAA Undergrad/Grad Paid Internship

“As part of its mission to train the next generation of ocean explorers, scientists, engineers, and communicators, the NOAA Office of Ocean Exploration and Research (OER) hosts students in the Explorer-in-Training Program. These interns gain valuable, interdisciplinary experience in ocean exploration while collaborating on OER projects and expeditions. Explorer-in-Training internships enable students to increase their …

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Inspiring Girls Program – Tuition Free!

Inspiring Girls Exhibitions offers tuition free in-person and virtual expeditions for high school girls (ages 16-17) to empower them to lead and succeed through science, art, and outdoor exploration. Their expeditions are led by professional women scientists, artists, and wilderness guides. Throughout each expedition, the team engages in scientific and artistic inquiry about the environment …

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Young Women in Bio Web Panel 10/7/20

This cool opportunity for a free, virtual web panel just in (from CHS/MST grad Sophie Shoemaker, class of 2015). The event is scheduled for Wednesday, October 7, 2020, 4:00 p.m. – 5:30 p.m. PDT Considering pursuing a STEM major in college? Join us for a panel of renowned research scientists who will talk about their …

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NCSSS Virtual College Fair

As a member of the National Consortium of Secondary STEM Schools, Camas High School and the  CHS MST Magnet program are pleased to invite our students and their parents to the first NCSSS Virtual College Fair 4:30 – 6:30 p.m. ET Tuesday, October 20, 2020. Invited NCSSS Member colleges include, but are not limited to: …

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Caltech STEMchats Speaker Series

2019 CHS/MST grad Abigail Jiang, currently studying at Caltech, reached out to us with this exciting opportunity. Registration required. Check it out: If you’re interested in learning about STEM research, physics, international journeys in science, or want the opportunity to connect with a professor from a top STEM school in the country, please join us! …

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Class of 2021 Swarthmore “Fly in” Opportunity

Current juniors: Are you interested in a free fly-in program to Discover @Swarthmore? Come to 710 or email Mr. Greene to nominate you! Learn more about it here: https://ctt.ec/fuBfe+ Also, check out this historical post about Gabe Mukobi’s (CHS/MST, ’18)  fly in experiences: Gabe Speaks: CHS/MST Sr. Reflects on Fly-in Visits at Four Major Universities …

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Duke Computational Biology Webinar Series

A former student of mine and CHS grad recently contacted me about a cool opportunity in the field of computational biology offered this spring by Duke University.  What’s computational biology, you ask? Well, in her words, it’s the “intersection of biology and computer science”. Although she never imagined she’d have a career in a field …

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2019 December to Remember Grad Panel

Each December our freshmen and sophomore students present their 1st semester project study progress to a panel of staff and program graduates. It’s one of the highlights of our year, as graduates returning home from college, grad school, work, get to spend time with family and friends and also reconnect with our program and help …

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