The Young Scientists Journal Summer Research Internship has provide students from ages 12-20 years old with an opportunity to develop research strategies that will sharpen their academic skills and further prepare them for professional careers in STEM. Participants will gain critical thinking skills as specialists and academics in their chosen field guide them through the process of academic research. Participants will partake in weekly seminars, academic development workshops, and individual sessions with junior mentors while conducting original research and writing a professional-level journal article. Participants will be able to engage in a virtual community with scholars similar to them. Upon successful completion of the program, participants will receive a certificate of completion, and will be eligible to publish their research in a special issue of the Young Scientists Journal.
We concluded our first ever summer research internship in 2021.
- A huge thanks to all the volunteers and participants.
- We extend our gratitude to LabXchange for holding an. informational session with our participants
If you have any questions, please contact: [email protected]