PROGRAMS FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS

High School Intern Program

For rising seniors

SEP’s High School Intern Program selects SFUSD high school students to conduct original research under the direction of a UCSF scientist mentor. This summer program is rigorous and intense with just eight short weeks for students to complete their research projects. Learn more below:

San Francisco Health Investigators

For rising juniors

San Francisco Health Investigators (SFHI) is an immersive summer experience at UCSF. Students learn the science practices amid a backdrop of public health messaging strategies and community engagement. Learn more below:

Cellular Construction Workshop

For rising juniors and seniors

The Cellular Construction Workshop is SEP’s newest summer program. This two-week workshop engages high school student/teacher teams in design challenges as they learn about cellular engineering. Students and teachers take lab tours at UCSF and learn about potenial careers and college majors in cellular engineering. Learn more below:

STEM Career Day

San Francisco STEM Career Day seeks to nurture San Francisco Unified School District’s students’ awareness and interest in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) careers.  Sponsored by Bayer Healthcare and Salesforce, SF STEM Career Day introduces 100 SFUSD high school students to the tremendous opportunities that are available in the Bay Area’s STEM professions.

Read more about the 2015 SF STEM Career Day here