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STEM Trainee Applications Due Feb. 23, 2018
Applications for 2018 are now available on the Application page.
Applications are now due February 23, 2018.
Are you an Idaho High School college-bound student who is
- Graduating from High School in May or June 2018?
- Planning to enter an Idaho public university (UI, BSU, ISU) in Fall 2018?
- Turning 18 years old by the date of your graduation in 2018?
If you can answer ‘yes’ to ALL of the questions above, you are eligible to apply to be a High School to College STEM Transition Trainee for Summer 2018.
The Idaho STEM Action Center and Idaho INBRE are offering summer trainee positions for graduating high school students interested in STEM fields. The program pays each awarded student $6000 to work full-time in an established faculty laboratory for the summer. Awarded students will be placed in a lab in the Idaho university they are planning to attend. In addition to doing guided research, students will attend professional development and scientific seminar presentations and will prepare a poster highlighting their work to be presented at the 2018 Idaho INBRE Summer Research Conference, July 30 – August 1. Openings are available at the University Idaho, Boise State University, and Idaho State University. Starting date will be in June. Exact starting date depends on your high school graduation date.
The High School to College Paid STEM Transition Trainee program is competitive. The number of applications we receive will exceed the number of available positions. In order to be considered for a Traineeship we must receive your completed application including transcripts and letter of reference by the due date of February 23, 2018. We cannot consider incomplete packets.
Awards will be announced in March 2018.
For complete information go to https://inbre.uidaho.edu/student-programs/high-school/