Interns will have the opportunity to work with gifted STEM students who are rising 7th graders from lower socioeconomic backgrounds. The students will be stayin gon the William and Mary campus as part of a Jack Kent Cooke Foundation funded grant. Interns will have the opportunity to mentor students and present to them on their experiences as STEM scholars.
The camp will be held from July 15-28, 2012. Students can determine a work schedule wil Prof. Charity Hudley. If students are interested in working on campus planning prior to or after the camp dates, a longer internship can be arranged.
Students can combine the internship with work on Prof. Charity Hudley's NSF funded Collaborative Research: Assessing the Results of Sociolinguistic Engagement with K-12 STEM Education in Maryland adn Virginia Public adn Independent Schools. For more information see: http://annecharityhudley.com/researchopportunities.