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EXTERNAL RESOURCES 

(For High School Students)

Latino Community Stage 

According to their website, "We are an online platform where aspiring Latina & Latino students can explore academic & career interests in STEM and answer one question. What do I want to be when I grow up? 

Our Mission is to bring visibility to Latino/a STEM role models on the world's stage.

 

Our Purpose is to provide a symbolic place where aspiring Latino/a students can explore academic & career interests in STEM disciplines.

Our Goal is to increase early forethought and participation in STEM fields, and along the way inspire Latino/a students to answer one question  - what do I want to be when I grow up?"

See their website:

www.latinocommunitystage.org/

Clubes de Ciencia Mexico 

According to their website, "Clubes de Ciencia Mexico (CdeCMx) is a non-profit organization that seeks to encourage Mexican students to pursue professional careers in STEM. We have designed and implemented a blended model of STEM education through hands-on workshops, called Clubes and online courses, named MiniMOOCs. The Clubes and MiniMOOCs target high school and undergraduate students. They are designed for students to learn theoretical and practical aspects at the frontier of multiple topics in STEM. The curriculum of each Club and miniMOOCs is developed by a team of young scientists from the most prestigious universities and research institutions in Mexico and the USA."

See their website:
https://www.clubesdeciencia.mx/

Yale Young Global Scholars - Applied Science and Engineering 

According to their website, "The Applied Science & Engineering session (ASE) is designed for students who are interested in learning about the physical sciences and applying scientific principles to real-world applications. Students examine disciplines such as physics, chemistry, astronomy, and earth science and explore interdisciplinary applications ranging from the nanoscopic to the astronomical in scale.

In ASE, students are challenged to examine the world as scientists as they gain exposure to a wide array of physical and applied sciences topics. The session builds students’ critical thinking and analytical skills, while simultaneously stressing the importance of collaboration and teamwork, thereby training students to become more impactful scientists."

See their website:

https://globalscholars.yale.edu/applied-science-engineering

Perimeter Institute -
International Summer School for Young Physicists (ISSYP) 

According to their website, "ISSYP is an exciting and challenging two-week program for Canadian and international high school students with a keen interest in theoretical physics who intend to pursue physics at the university level. 

The program super-charges potential "Einsteins" and "Curies" with:

 

  • Presentations by Perimeter Institute researchers on cutting-edge theoretical physics: hot topics such as quantum mechanics, black holes and dark matter.

  • Opportunities to work with international theoretical physicists in small group mentoring sessions.

  • Mini-courses on modern physics designed to deepen their insights into Einstein's ideas and the quantum nature of our universe."

See their website:

https://perimeterinstitute.ca/outreach/students/programs/international-summer-school-young-physicists

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