High School or College Student Cancer Researcher
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High school and college students join a three-year training initiative for those interested in pursuing a career in scientific research. Through engagement in mentored summer research projects, participation in an advanced scientific curriculum during the academic year, and year-round professional skills training, students will acquire scientific knowledge and technical skills,...
BOSTON, MA, 02215-5418
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Your 3-year commitment to this program enhance your leadership skills as you collaborate with experts and your peers.
Be a high school sophomore or junior or a college freshman or sophomore. Be 16 years at the start of the program. Reside in and/or attend school in Massachusetts and be able to travel to the Longwood Medical Area in Boston five days a week in the summer and several times a month during the academic year. Meet at least one of the following criteria: Be from a racial or ethnic group considered underrepresented in the sciences* Be a first-generation college student. Be from an economically disadvantaged background. Demonstrate a strong interest and ability in science. Show interest in pursuing a biomedical science or health-related career. Be able to commit to THREE YEARS of program participation. *Blacks, Hispanics, Native Americans/Alaska Natives, Native Hawaiians, and Pacific Islanders. See the application link to apply. Application Due: November 23, 2020
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