Competitive Summer Programs for 2020 by category
Students interested in STEM have a bevy of excellent choices including Michigan State’s HSHPP Program, the MIT: Minority Introduction to Science and Engineering, or the PROMYS program at Boston University. Math-specific programs such as the Ross Mathematics Program at Ohio State or MathILy ay Bryn Mawr College are worthwhile pursuits for the quantitatively-inclined.
1. National Student Leadership Conference on Medicine & HealthcareNSLC gives high schoolers a setting to learn about controversial medical issues, today’s health care challenges, and advanced scientific research in areas such as cancer and HIV/AIDS. The program is offered at:
United States Secret Service
An internship with the US Secret Service provides you with valuable experiences while allowing you to contribute to one of the most elite law enforcement organizations in the world.
BRAINYAC is a program offered through Zuckerman Institute’s Brain Research Apprenticeships in New York at Columbia University and connects high school students with scientists for intensive summer lab internships including hands-on experience.
why should we hire you? What's your compensation expectations? These are standard questions we hear in every interview and most botch these up. You'd get all you want to know in the first 3-4 minutes. Bottom line... just be yourself. It's like you'd meet a stranger at a bar, you maintain formal yet friendly and equal thinking perspective. We are open and respectful. See how Bill makes it so authentic. He is deep and genuine. See how he does not answer the salary question in $$ talks like an investor, shows commitment. He talks so simply of his strengths. Bill is globally informed, has numbers to back up his perspectives.
Job hunting is not easy, especially finding who all are hiring. Here's all we need:
I have made a list below of resources that will hopefully guide you to the best employers. I say this for CS as that is my field.