Research, Workshops & Graduate School Programs
Summer Research Programs
We encourage any student interested in graduate school to apply for Research Experiences for Undergraduates Programs (REU). These 8-10 week programs are offered at various universities across the country, include work, travel & housing stipends, and offer the best exposure into post-graduate level research.
Please check the following websites for a complete list of REU opportunities:
- The Leadership Alliance
- Energy Efficient Electronics Center (E3S) at UC Berkeley
- Listed by deadline
- CalTech, Naval Research, Cal, Cornell, Georgia Tech, Stanford, Northwestern, Virginia Tech, University of Maryland, etc.
- National Science Foundation
- Complete list of REU programs & departments
- Pathways to Science
- Pathways to Science is a project of the Institute for Broadening Participation (IBP). Pathways to Science supports pathways to the STEM fields: science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. We place particular emphasis on connecting underrepresented groups with STEM programs, funding, mentoring and resources.
- CODE 2040: Internships to Diversify Silicon Valley
- The CODE2040 Fellowship includes:
- an internship with a top startup
- a roundtable speaker series
- company visits
- interactive workshops
- executive coaching
- The CODE2040 Fellowship includes:
- Summer Institute for General Management at Stanford University
- June 23- July 20
- The current job market is extremely competitive, and companies are hiring young professionals who can make an immediate impact in the workplace. Get the business knowledge you need to distinguish yourself from the pack and get hired!
- The Summer Institute for General Management (SIGM) is a four-week program for exceptional juniors, seniors, and recent college graduates who major in non-business fields.
- Program participants will:
- Develop a strong foundation in business and management fundamentals
- Learn from the same world-renowned Stanford Graduate School of Business faculty who teach in the MBA program
- Improve résumé writing and job interviewing skills
- Engage with guest speakers from leading companies
- Build a diverse network of talented peers from around the world.
- Turner School of Construction
- The Turner School of Construction Management is a fifteen class - seven (7) week program offered by Turner across the country to M/W/DBE firms at NO COST to the participants and is conveniently held twice in the year.
- Each session begins with a kick-off reception that gives a chance for participants, instructors and partners such as your company to meet and network with one another prior of the start of classes. Classes begin the next day and are offered two nights per week (Tuesday and Thursday) for three hours (6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.).
- Email Michelle Smith-Ballard (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Graduate School Programs
- USC Progressive Degree Program
- The Progressive Degree Program (PDP) gives continuing USC undergraduates another path to earning a Master’s degree from USC. The main advantages to a Progressive Degree are 1) the option to start graduate-level classes during the senior year, and 2) a reduction in units required for the Master’s Degree.
- The National GEM Consortium
- GEM is a unique and powerful connection to a national network of universities and employers. This partnership promotes the participation of underrepresented groups in post-graduate science and engineering education and the technical workforce. The employees shaping our nation's ability to remain a global leader in innovation and economic prosperity must fully utilize the talents of all Americans and reflect the country's changing demographics.