Providing a fresh start
UCLA Summer Medical and Dental Education Program (SMDEP) targets educationally and financially disadvantaged community college students or students who have demonstrated an interest in issues affecting underserved populations. http://smdep.org/
The SMDEP application can be found at http://smdep.org/ . The deadline to apply is March 1, 2014.
2013-2014 undergraduate scholarship application process for current UC Davis students is now underway.
The UC Application also serves as the scholarship application, so you apply for scholarships when you complete the application for admission between November 1 – 30. A3.25 college GPA is needed to be considered for UC Davis campus-based scholarships; a letter of recommendation is suggested, though not required. Transfer applicants who wish to be considered for the Regents Scholarship must have a minimum 3.80 college GPA and are required to submit a letter of recommendation (see link below). All transfer students who submit a letter of recommendation by the deadline will have their UC Application packets holistically read by the Scholarship Committee, which may result in a more favorable review. Be sure to read all instructions pertaining to scholarships when completing the application, paying particular attention to the restricted scholarship eligibility codes.
Not all codes apply to UC Davis funds, so we've created a list of https://scholarships.ucdavis.edu/UGScholarships/admin/shared/ShowRestCodes.cfm .
If you wish to be considered for need-based scholarships, you must also complete a http://www.fafsa.ed.gov/ , or for non-citizen AB540-eligible students, a http://www.csac.ca.gov/dream_act.asp beginning January 1, 2013. Be sure to include our school code, 001313.
Transfer Student Letter of Recommendation Request form:https://scholarships.ucdavis.edu/UGScholarships/MyScholarships/
Scholarship website: http://financialaid.ucdavis.edu/scholarships/Apply.html
The scholarship is available to both incoming freshmen and community college transfer studentsas well as AB 540 Students. TAAP seeks high-achieving, community service-oriented students and provides them with the financial capital necessary tofund their higher education. In addition, the programfostersa strong support network with Berkeley alumniandprovides academic, professional, and personal guidanceas students pursue their individual academic journeys at the university.
Visit website for more information: http://alumni.berkeley.edu/services/scholarships/achievement-award-program
Univision has begun a scholarship called The Es El Momento Scholarship which has been available as of October 21, 2013.
The Es El Momento Scholarship will be open to all students of Latino/Hispanic heritage regardless of whether they are US citizens or undocumented. The amount awarded for each scholarship is approximately $5,000.
Eligibility requirements for The Es El Momento Scholarship application:
1. Interested students need to first go online and then register
2. Applicant must be of Latino/Hispanic heritage
3. Minimum of 3.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale
4. First generation college student
5. Have not already earned a bachelor’s degree
6. Verification of Family Income documents
7. Three Essay Responses (400 to 600 words each):
a. Tell us about your academic/career short-term and long-term goals. How has your Hispanic heritage influenced these goals?
b. Describe your participation in extracurricular activities (community service, volunteer work, employment, school clubs, sports, family, church, etc.). What have you learned from your experience(s)?
c. Describe a recent academic challenge you have faced. Explain how you overcame it.
Application Deadline: November 18, 2013
TO QUALIFY FOR A SCHOLARSHIP YOU MUST:
Application Deadline: February 3rd 2014
PGE has several scholarships for college students. Please fill out the 2014 Scholarship Application AND the supplemental application.
Application Deadline: February 16th 2014
Last year ten scholarships of up to $30,000 per year were awarded and 90 finalists received a one-time $2,500 scholarship.
Applicants must meet all of the following criteria
Be a minimum of 16 years of age and be a high school senior or graduate, have received GED certification or be a current postsecondary undergraduate student.
Live within the PG&E Service Area
Plan to enroll in full-time undergraduate study at an accredited two-year or four-year college, university or vocational-technical school for the entire 2013-2014 academic year.
NOTE: Nontraditional students who are returning to school or planning to pursue a postsecondary education for the first time are eligible and encouraged to apply
Application Deadline: February 28th 2014
Database of various scholarships and programs from MALDEF (Mexican American Legal Defense & Educational Fund).
Eligibility, requirements and deadlines vary.
Check out links for more details.
June 30 - July 11, 2014
University of California, Davis
One Shields Ave, Davis, CA 95616
Week 1 (June 30 - July 3): Common Core Mathematical Concepts with Computing and Robotics
Week 2 (July 7- July 11): Robotic Activities and Computer Programmingfor Solving Applied Problems
This intensive summer institute is designed to train K-14 STEM teachers on the principles of robotics and computing and how to integrate them into STEM classes. Teachers will learn specific teaching pedagogy for integrating computing and robotics activities into math, science and engineering curricula, as well as how to support the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) and Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) using the
C-STEM Curriculum with interactive computing, programming, and robotics.
Participants will receive three textbooks, electronic teaching materials, and one software license. Lunch will be provided. CEU credit is available.
Math, Physical Science, CTE, Engineering and Technology teachers are encouraged to participate. Curriculum can be used in core classes as well as after school.
Please register by May 9th for early registration. Space is limited.
Want to do research in a lab this summer?
Promoting Underrepresented Minorities Advancing in the Sciences (PUMAS) is a paid biomedical research internship program; students make approximately $3,200 over the summer
The Gladstone Institutes PUMAS program is still accepting applications; the deadline to apply is Friday May 9, 2014 at 6:00pm
Gladstone is a non-profit biomedical research organization located on UCSF’s Mission Bay campus in San Francisco. During the program, PUMAS interns are paired with a scientific mentor and work on an individual research project in one of our laboratories. PUMAS interns work full-time (~32hrs/week) over the course of 8-weeks (Mon 6/16 – Fri 8/8) and participate in a final poster session where they present their research findings to the scientific community here at Gladstone & UCSF. More details can be found in the attached application packet.
· No prior research experience required
· Must be a United States citizen or permanent resident to apply. International students are NOT eligible for this program.
· Be currently enrolled as a community college student whose planning on transferring to a 4-year institution to pursue a B.S. in a STEM field (Science Technology Engineering & Math)
· Minimum cumulative Grade Point Average GPA of 2.50
· Successful completion of 2 semesters of college-level science courses with a lab component (chemistry and molecular biology preferred but not required)
· Emphasis is placed on identifying applicants who are historically underrepresented in the sciences (African-American, Hispanic, Pacific Islander, Native American), including students who are socioeconomically disadvantaged, first-generation college students, or students with disabilities.
· 8-week summer internship from Monday June 16 –Friday August 9, 2014
· PUMAS interns will work 1-on-1 with a scientific mentor doing hands-on biomedical research in a laboratory
· Interns research experience is guided by faculty mentors, postdocs and/or graduate students
· During the summer, PUMAS interns will also participate in regular weekly meetings with their mentors, labmates, and fellow interns
· PUMAS interns are paid hourly ($10.74/hr) and work full-time (~32hrs/wk)
· Location of internship is the Gladstone Institutes, 1650 Owens Street, San Francisco, CA
· Students are responsible for their own transportation to and from Gladstone and their own housing. However, students are eligible for a housing/travel allowance of up to $2,400
Potential Research Areas Include:
· Heart disease
· Cardiovascular Regeneration
· Cardiac Arrhythmias
· Learn more aboutGladstone Cardiovascular Research
· PUMAS application form
· Essay Questions
· Copy of your most recent college transcript
· 1-2 letters of recommendation from a science faculty/professor at your college
Commitment to Diversity: Gladstone is committed to broadening participation in biomedical research. We strongly encourage students from historically under-represented groups in the sciences to apply to our internship program, including students who are socioeconomically disadvantaged, first-generation college students, or students with disabilities.
Questions can be addressed to:
Shannon Noonan, Education & Community Partnerships Manager
1650 Owens Street, San Francisco CA 94158
Description:This is a four(4) week, full-time program where program participants will directly observe patient care while shadowing a health care provider in the hospital or clinic while being exposed to a variety of health careers including:
Medicine, Public Health, Dentistry, Nursing, PA, Paramedic/EMT/Fire, and Health Care Administration.
The internship will allow you to:
*Shadow mentors in patient care settings
* Gain clinical exposure
*Interact with health professionals
*Attend hands-on workshops
*Participate in weekly mentorship workshops
*Participate in community service opportunities and field trips
Program Duration: July 7th, 2014- August 1st, 2014 (4 weeks), M-F 9am-4:30pm
Location:Alameda Health System-Highland Hospitaland Samuel Merritt University, Oakland, CA
Stipend: Participants will receive a stipend during the internship.
Stipend amount will be $250 for high school students and $750 for college students, graduates, and post-bac students.
Who is eligible to apply:
-High school students(must be 15 years of age)
High School Student Application Due: May 19th, 2014 by 6pm online.
College student, College graduate, Post-bac student Application Due: May 1st, 2014 by 6pm online.
Program and Operations Director
Mentoring in Medicine & Science
Join the LMC Bioscience Research Team!
Are you looking for an exciting summer job where you will be challenged to ask big questions and develop awesome science skills while having fun? Have you ever wondered what a career in biological science research would be like?
Conduct Bioscience Research at LMC!
Who: LMC Biology students working as a team with Professor Liubicich
What: Research project: Exploring the impact of endocrine disruptors on freshwater sponge development. Freshwater sponges are a potentially important bioindicator for changes in our waterways. We will work together to examine the effects of endocrine disruptor chemicals on tissue morphology and gene expression during sponge development. We will also organize a student research symposium for Fall 2014 at LMC. Research team members will earn $10/hr.
When: June 9th - July 31st 2014
9am to 4pm, Monday – Thursday, with some Friday field trips around the Bay Area
Where: LMC Campus, Pittsburg, CA
The culmination of the research program will be a presentation of student research at the first annual Los Medanos College STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) Research Symposium during the Fall 2014 semester. This event will highlight the scientific work students completed as part of on or off campus internships, research programs, or voluntary laboratory work. This Symposium will provide students the opportunity to share what they learned with other students and inspire others to follow in their footsteps.
Please fill out both the application and reference form if you are interested in this great opportunity.
Application: Bio Research Application
Reference Form: Bio Research Reference Form
This program is open to ALL pre-medical students regardless of year, academic standing, or academic institution. If you are interested in a career in medicine you are eligible to apply!
All undergraduate, graduate, and post-baccalaureate students from all institutions planning on applying to medical school are eligible. This includes community college, CSU, UC, private university, and graduating high school students who are at least 17 years old.
The site for the program is the UC Davis Medical Center in Sacramento, CA. This 650-bed hospital is the major teaching affiliate for the UC Davis School of Medicine. The Hospital serves an area of tremendous diversity in both cultural and socioeconomic background. It is a Level 1 Trauma Center, and home to the only burn center, children’s hospital, and transplant center in Northern California. Furthermore, it is the only institution of its kind in Northern California. It is one of the five busiest Trauma Centers in the country and has been featured in multiple television programs. Their focus of service to those most in need underpins the teaching activities in this setting.
The Department of Surgery consists of the following surgical subspecialties:
For More Information & Application: http://www.premedsurgery.org/
The Chemistry Immersion Program (CHIP) will take place from July 20 through July 25, 2014. CHIP is a one-week program during which CHIP Scholars will have valuable opportunities to enhance knowledge of key concepts in chemistry and biochemistry as well as gain valuable experience with laboratory technology while staying in MU campus housing with all housing and dining expenses covered for those who qualify.
CHIP Students will complete four two-hour labs in chemistry and four two-hour labs in biochemistry and gain valuable experience with laboratory technology. Our goal is to engage students on multiple levels: laboratory investigations into chemistry and biochemistry concepts, exploration into laboratory technology, collaboration with peers to analyze and interpret data, and exploration of career opportunities related to science, technology, engineering, and mathematics [STEM] during evening seminars.
This is an excellent opportunity for students to reinforce their knowledge of chemistry and biochemistry in preparation for college. The expectation is that CHIP Scholars will take what they have learned through CHIP and use that knowledge to make a successful collegiate science experience. We are also encouraging CHIP Scholars to investigate undergraduate research opportunities for students at MU or at the university they plan to attend.
Please see CHIP flyer inviting students CHIP%20Flyer%20for%20STUDENTS
Please go to the CHIP website for additional information: http://chip.missouri.edu/
This summer UC Berkeley's School of Optometry will offer two information sessions (June 18-20 and July 16-18) - LMC MESA students are encouraged to apply.
Application deadline is April 28, 2014
For more information:http://optometry.berkeley.edu/admissions/opto-camp
Cornell University LSAMP-REU is a paid summer research opportunity that provides undergraduate participants with the opportunity to work with distinguished faculty and staff as well as network with others in their field of interest through weekly luncheons.
Cornell University LSAMP-REU offers
Application Deadline: March 1, 2014
The Center to Eliminate Cancer Health Disparities at the Charles Drew University (CDU) and the Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center at UCLA (UCLA) are hosting a great summer internship opportunity for undergraduate students.
The Undergraduate Cancer Research Training Program (UCRTP) is a summer internship to train undergraduates in technical and critical thinking skills in a laboratory, clinical, or community setting. The goal of the UCRTP is to ensure that each undergraduate student acquires the knowledge, skills, and attitude to become a proficient researcher in cancer research. Each student intern acquires training by working on a hypothesis-driven scientific research project, at CDU or UCLA, alongside a designated mentor during the course of 8-12 weeks.
A stipend is provided to students in the program. The internship is competitive, and applications are
due on March 1, 2014.
NASA Ames offers paid year-long internships for part-time community college students in a variety of subjects.
ACCEDP endeavors to build and maintain partnerships with community colleges throughout the SF Bay Area Community Colleges, creating opportunities for a more diverse pool of students and future professionals.
ACCEDP is accepting applications NOW for immediate Fall and Spring Semester placements!
Big Break Visitor Center in Oakley, CA has posted job opportunities for 2 more Interpretive Student Aides.
Get your application in soon!
See the links below for information and application links.
The Center for Energy Efficient Electronics Science (E3S) is accepting applications for summer internship positions at UC Berkeley, MIT, Stanford and University of Texas at El Paso.
Date:June 8-August 9, 2014
Locations: UC Berkeley, MIT, Stanford, and University of Texas at El Paso
What is the E3S Summer Research Program?A 9-week program that introduces energy efficient electronics science to undergraduates who are interested in pursuing a Ph.D. in science and engineering. Summer interns have the opportunity to join E3S researchers working in a collaborative and innovative environment to make fundamental breakthroughs in the underlying physics, chemistry, and material science of electronics systems. Learn more at:
·Real-world experience: Work on challenging projects developing materials and devices for ultra-low energy electronics
·Summer salary: $4,000 stipend
·Live and work in Boston or the San Francisco Bay Area: Travel to/from institution, summer housing, and meals provided
·Mentorship: Work one-on-one with research mentor and program staff
·Professional development: Graduate school preparation seminars, GRE prep course, guest speakers, and lab tours
·US citizen or permanent resident
·Rising sophomores, juniors, and non-graduating seniors
·Engineering and physical science majors
·Minimum GPA: 3.25
E3SCommitment to Diversity:E3Sis committed to broadening participation in science and engineering. We strongly encourage students from historically under-represented groups in science and engineering to apply to our internship program, including students who are socioeconomically disadvantaged, first-generation college students, or have limited access to undergraduate research in their undergraduate constitutions.Our program is designed to promote future student success by providing support through mentoring, leadership training and various networking activities.
Application Deadline: Friday, January 31, 2014
For more information: http://www.e3s-center.org/research/
Download Flyer: E3S Summer Research Program Flyer
- Must be a United States citizen or permanent resident to apply. International students are NOT eligible for this program.
- 3.25 grade point average or higher for science, engineering, and math courses
- Enrolled in a California community college at the time of application.
- Completed two calculus courses. (You may be enrolled in your 2nd calculus course at the time of application.)
- Completed three science or engineering courses, one of which has a laboratory component. (You may be enrolled in your 3rd science or engineering course at the time of application.)
- Plan to return to a community college in California in Fall 2014.
- Plan to apply for transfer admission to a baccalaureate program in science or engineering in Fall 2014.
- No prior research experience required.
Application Deadline: Friday, January 31, 2014
For more information: http://www.e3s-center.org/education/edu-tte-reu-appl2.htm
The TRUST-STAR will be offered on a competitive basis to those individuals who, at the application deadline:
- Are citizens or permanent residents of the United States
- Are enrolled in a California Community College at the time of application majoring in Computer Science, Computer Information Systems or similar degree
- Have completed three computer science, computer engineering or computer information courses with programming knowledge in an object-oriented language such as C++, Java or Python
- Have completed two calculus courses
- Have a 3.5 grade point average or higher
- Plan to return to a community college in California in Fall 2013
- Plan to apply for transfer admission to a baccalaureate program in computer science, computer engineering or electrical engineering in Fall 2013
Application Deadline: Saturday, March 1, 2014
For more information: http://www.truststc.org/education/star/14/instructions2014.html
Monday, May 26 - Friday, August 8, 2014
Application Deadline: February 7th, 2014
Participants receive housing, a food allowance, and a $4500 stipend!
Students must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents. This is a condition of our funding from the U.S. National Science Foundation. We will accept non-citizens only if they can provide their own funding.
Students must have finished at least one year of college by summer 2014 but may not have completed a B.S., B.A., or equivalent degree.
College students from two-year or four-year institutions may apply. All participants must be continuing their college education in Fall 2014.
Strong preference is given to students who have completed at least one year of calculus-based introductory physics.
Although there is some flexibility in dates, we normally ask that students be able to attend the program for at least 9 weeks, through August 15.