City of Greenbelt, MD Scholarships
Applicants MUST reside in Greenbelt, be a high school senior graduating in 2023 or graduated in 2020, 2021 or 2022, or currently enrolled in a college, university or a vocational school/training program. Applications for a $10,000 scholarship are being accepted until 5PM on June 15, 2023. Check this link to apply or for more info.

Wendy K. Martinez Memorial Coding Scholarship 
The Wendy K. Martinez Legacy Project and FiscalNote, with support from Girls in Technology (GIT), are pleased to announce the 2023 Wendy K. Martinez Memorial Scholarship for applicants in pursuit of STEM coding camp education and experiences.
Learn more HERE.

The Stokes Educational Scholarship Program
The Stokes Educational Scholarship Program is available to high school students (seniors) who have demonstrated skills in the critical areas of computer science and electrical engineering and are planning to major in them. 

The Stokes program offers up to $30,000 a year for tuition as well as an opportunity to work in the summer at NSA for 3 months in those areas mentioned above; housing and entitlements are provided in excess of 75 miles. The student will also receive a salary for the entire year along with guaranteed employment at NSA after graduation. As a program recipient, benefits, including paid leave, holidays, insurance and 401K plans are included. Learn more and apply HERE.


CVENT has Internship Programs Available
These internship programs are only available for college juniors. More information about the specific internships offered can be found on the CVENT website:  Point of contact for more information: Rachel Hendricks, [email protected]

University of Maryland Eastern Shore
Graduating high school seniors with 2.7 GPA, accepted into accredited college/university who are US citizen or permanent residents who plan to pursue a bachelor's degree in geoscience discipline are eligible for the 
Geosciences Bridge Program, a 6-week paid internship at University of Maryland Eastern Shore.  Learn more here.  Application currently open.

National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases
Students 16 years of age or older who are US citizens or permanent residents are eligible for the summer internship program in
 biomedical research at the National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases.  Learn more here. Application currently open.

NASA Internship
Students at least 16 years of age and a current sophomore, junior or senior who a US citizens with a 3.0 GPA on a 4.0 scale are eligible for a 
NASA internship.  Learn more here. Application currently open.


Girls Talk Math
Girls Talk Math is a University of Maryland College Park-based summer camp that focuses on immersing high school students of underrepresented genders in mathematics activities.  GTM can be free for students who apply for a waiver of the $25 fee. More information can be found HERE.

You're invited to attend STEMEd for Girls -- a series of free 90-minute online workshops created exclusively for girls in grades 9 through 12, and the parents, guardians and caregivers who support their dreams. This innovative program paves the way for girls’ success in STEM subjects by increasing girls’ exposure to, and encouraging their interest in STEM subjects. Register for the Information Session on Wednesday, April 12, 2023 at 7PM. For more information, click this link.

GWU Pre-College STEM Courses - July 2-14, 2023
High School girls: See flyer HERE for STEM education opportunities this summer!

Aspiring Environmental or Aerospace Scientists, check this out!
Through 30-minute presentations, middle and high school students can get an inside look into the exciting careers and inspiring personal journeys of diverse STEM role models. The 30-minute max episodes premiere throughout the school year and are then available on-demand to fit in your schedule.  You can register or view other episodes on demand at X-STEM All Access.

Rising 9th through rising 12th grade students from groups historically underrepresented and underserved in STEM are eligible for Unite, a 4–6-week pre-collegiate summer experience held at colleges across the country.  Learn more hereApplications currently open.
National Air and Space Museum
Students at least 16 years of age with a 2.7 GPA and able to work 15 hours per month are eligible for the 
Explainers program at the National Air and Space Museum, which is a paid job helping visitors understand the Museum’s artifacts and exhibitions.  Learn more hereApplication currently open.

National Institutes of Health
Students at least 17 years of age by June 15, 2021, high school juniors or seniors, and US citizens or permanent residents are eligible for National Institutes of Health High School SIP, a summer program working side-by-side with NIH scientists in biomedical research.  Learn more here.  Application currently open.

University of Maryland
University of Maryland A. James Clark School of Engineering has multiple summer programs to learn about engineering, participate in hands-on activities, and meet engineering students and professors.  Learn more here.


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