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.
For lab employees only
BKTW will be happening on Friday, April 17, 2020. Kids from ages 9 to 16 are welcome to participate in activities around the Lab such as tours of the Molecular Foundry and Advanced Light Source, workshops on Big Data and DNA Spooling, and a Science Festival with demonstrations.
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 Introductory College Level Experience in Microbiology (iCLEM) is a summer science intensive for economically disadvantaged high school sophomores and juniors. The program seeks to broaden students’ understanding of biotechnology, microbiology, and biofuels, as well as exposing students to career exploration and preparation for the college application process.
Be a particle physicist for a day, analyzing events from the ATLAS and ALICE experiments alongside LBL scientists and graduate students, and participating in videoconferences with scientists at CERN and Fermilab. Masterclasses will be offered on April 4 and April 25, 2020.
More information and application here.