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Any tips on getting a summer internship for this summer. I know it’s kind of late but do you know a way to squeeze me into something. Preferable STEM related and has to be part-time in San Diego. Thank you!
Trying to create a community garden where I can sell produce and donate the proceeds to environmental charities. Anyone know the best way to start. I want to get it done over the summer. I was wondering if anyone was willing to partner or discuss maybe an online environmental cleanup campaign or something online because I know not everyone is in the same area as me. I just want to be able to make a difference somehow.
As the Director of Global for HAX, Viraj manages opertions for the international chapters of the organization. He also coordinates international outreach and expansion, helping HAX reach everyone across the world! Viraj also assists with management to provide a global dimension on HAXathons.
In his free time, Viraj likes to hang out with his friends! He's also interested in learning new coding languages, like R, Mathematica, and MATLAB. He hopes to eventually work for a hedge fund, and he loves pizza! We look forward to seeing Viraj contribute to team and help HAX expand around the globe!
My name is Elaine Ly, and I'm the Head of the Virginia Branch for the nonprofit initiative Coding4Kids, cofounded by Mehak Garg and Shivali Gulati. We're founded upon the belief of accessible STEM education for everyone! Right now, we are actively seeking and recruiting high school and college graphic designers for our design team, where we will focus on revamping our logo and finalizing it by the end of June.
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The Wall Street Journal is launching a new project to feature journalism by and for young people. We’re looking for new voices, and we want to hear your stories
Hello everyone! I'm Sabrina, and I would like to present an opportunity for high school students for this summer.
I am the lead director of Funance, a website that features comics and illustrations regarding personal finance. The website is geared towards youth, and we are in the midst of planning free summer programs. While the website has been published since late 2018, our team only has three people. Therefore, we are opening up Funance to anyone interested.
There are several positions available. The link to learn more about our positions and our organization is www.tinyur... /funance19
Hey everyone! My name is Ashley Lin, and I am the Founder & CEO of Project Exchange, a youth-led, 501c3 nonprofit organization increasing access to cross-cultural learning opportunities for high school & college students through technology! We're currently launching a series of virtual field trips for classrooms around the world to hear from relatable mentors in the cybersecurity field, to educate and inspire students to explore cross-cultural collaboration in global cybersecurity & digital citizenship.
Project Exchange is inviting a limited number of students/classrooms (can be a physical classroom, before/after-school program, extracurricular program, etc.) to participate in a virtual field trip on Monday, June 3 and/or June 10.
This is an amazing opportunity for students to learn more about careers in cybersecurity, and hear from inspirational STEM mentors. Limited spots for the virtual field trip are available, so please RSVP here: forms.gle/... f7VJzXYt9!
We have exciting mentors from T-Mobile, John Hopkins University, New America Cybersecurity Fellowship, and more! For example, our June 3 virtual field trip mentor, Dr. Ashley Podhradsky, is planning to share with students about current cyber attacks, cyber crime and how digital forensics is used to investigate incidents. She'll also discuss how she got into digital forensics, innovative techniques and the Digital Forensics for Cyber Enforcement lab at Dakota State University
This is open to middle & high school students, no experience is necessary except for an interest in technology/cybersecurity, and the field trip is held in English.
Peter Cao leads the content team in creating guides and other content for HAX. Other than making guides, Peter also is in charge of planning the HAX official website and blog, as well as spearheading the process to get our organization cleared for 501(c)(3) status.
Fittingly, one of Peter's hobbies is coding in Python, as well as playing darts, listening to music, and occasionally reading. Peter's three academic interests are computer science, modern physics, and pure mathematics, and would like to do research in quantum computer science in the future. When not attending to his duties at HAX, Peter is enjoying his favorite Vietnamese dishes, including pho, as well as some declicious boba milk tea. We're so excited to have Peter on the team, because as you can tell, he fits right in!