Indiana CTSI K-12 STEM Program
The Indiana CTSI K-12 STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) program aims to develop a pipeline of future scientists through the support of several summer research programs for high school students and teachers. To receive a comprehensive listing of K-12 programs available, students, parents, teachers and guidance and career counselors are encouraged to contact Elmer Sanders at email@example.com.
The ACS Project SEED (Summer Experience for the Economically Disadvantaged) provides economically disadvantaged high school students from central Indiana with an opportunity to explore a career in science. Students devote a summer to being a research intern with hands-on experiences in a professional laboratory setting. The program was established by the American Chemical Society in 1968 and at the IU School of Medicine in 1973. Please visit www.IndyProjectSEED.org.
Project STEM is an umbrella program for students from all backgrounds who want to explore a career in any of the science, technology, engineering and mathematics fields, such as medicine, dentistry, computer science, information technology, life sciences, chemistry, biomedical engineering and more. Please visit www.IndyProjectSTEM.org.
The Future Scientist Program is a summer science program for high school juniors at Indianapolis and all Marion County public schools, providing them the opportunity to spend six weeks on a research project under the mentorship of a university researcher in an oncology related field. This program is a collaboration with the IU Simon Comprehensive Cancer Center. Please visit www.cancer.iu.edu/future.
For questions on any of these programs and other opportunities available through the Indiana CTSI K-12 STEM program, contact Elmer Sanders, Director of K-12 Education Outreach, at firstname.lastname@example.org.