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(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.

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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.


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."

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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."

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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."

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