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High School Student Summer Research Fellowship


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Academic Level:
High School Students

Description:
Our high school summer research fellowship program is highly competitive. We welcome applicants who desire hands-on, research training experience within an advanced laboratory that complements current resident research programs. High school students become a summer cohort with each student assigned and supervised by a senior scientist mentor as well as residential life staff. Co-curricular and residential life programs extend our immersion program to help students develop professional skill sets and foster connections within the scientific research community. Applicants from under-served populations are encouraged to apply. Summer high school fellows live on campus in a structured and supervised living-learning environment. High School Fellows are provided with on campus dormitory style accommodations, full meal plans in our dining hall, and a stipend. Travel is not funded. Dormitories are supervised by live-in residential advisors. Students must be nominated by a science teacher or guidance counselor to apply to this program. A completed Teacher Nomination of Student Form must be received and approved by the Education Office prior to any student application activity. The Education Coordinator will contact all approved nominees to initiate a full application. Nominations are due January 9 2017.


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Mount Desert Island Biological Laboratory (MDIBL) (Lead)

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