High School Programs

Our high school programs are geared towards college and career preparation. We offer lab visits, summer camps, student internships, and more. Sign up for our student newsletter to be included in program announcements taking place over the next year.

This series will take place weekly on Fridays in July, 2020. Our goal is to provide multiple perspectives on what careers in STEM look like. This is also an opportunity for students to bring up questions they may have. Register on our event page. Signups coming soon.

This series is open to all high schoolers!

The Berkeley Lab Director’s Apprenticeship Program (BLDAP) is a project based program that seeks to remove systemic barriers to STEM, such as a lack of access to professional networks and work-based opportunities, by providing strong connections to the scientific community at Berkeley Lab.

SAGE-S (Science Accelerating Girls' Engagement in STEM) is a week long summer camp for high school students. This program aims to foster innovation, grow the STEM community, and engage intelligent, creative, and passionate young women in the everyday life of scientists and engineers at National Laboratories.

The workshop will provided students an overview of cutting-edge research in particle physics and cosmology, with presentations from Berkeley Lab scientists. Topics include heavy-ion physics, neutrino physics, the search for dark matter, mapping the universe, and more.

Experiences include visiting the Lab, touring facilities, taking part in STEM activities meeting with scientists and learning about careers. Please check our availability and sign up through this form.

To resume once Berkeley Lab is safe to open to the public.