TEALS provides students across the country with computer science curriculum that helps them build a solid foundation of computational thinking, problem solving, and programming. To take the next step, TEALS is dedicated to helping students identify opportunities to apply that knowledge and experience first-hand how technology can play a role in their future education and career. Explore and discover a range of student opportunities in computer science and technology.
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Program Location: San Francisco, CA; Chicago, IL; Bellevue, WA
Program Date(s): June 24, 2019 to August 16, 2019
Application Deadline: January 31, 2019
Age/Grades: high school junior or senior
Eligibility Requirements: • Able to work full time, 40 hours per week, for eight consecutive weeks starting on June 24, 2019 to August 16, 2019.
• A high school junior or senior at the time of application
• Must be living in or have housing in the office location you are applying for the summer (Seattle, Chicago, or San Francisco)
• Must have prior programming experience. This can be through school, side projects or community/social groups etc.
• Able to work in a team and collaborate with people in different roles, teams and location
• Have a demonstrated interest in technology
• Have not previously been hired as an Expedia Developer Apprentice
• Must submit application for the before the deadline of 11:59 pm PST January 31, 2019
• Aspirations in Computing awardees, or formal training from programs like Girl Who Code, TEALs or similar is strongly preferred
Program Location: Austin, TX
Program Date(s): February 2, 2019
Application Deadline: January 31, 2019
Eligibility Requirements: The event is open to all K-12 students and their parents/guardian. No previous experience is required. Students are invited to bring a parent/guardian and explore some of the coolest coding and CS activities available, from programmable cars to CS languages to virtual reality. We ask families to bring their own laptops, but if students don’t have a laptop available from home, we do have ones to borrow on a first come, first served basis. There is something for every age and every level (even beginners!). And best of all, Youth Code Jam instills an excitement for creative computing in both students AND parents that can continue to grow.
Eligibility Requirements: Cumulative GPA of 3.5 (unweighted)
African American student pursuing bachelor’s degree in engineering or computer science (mechanical, industrial, electrical, chemical)
Must be accepted to a 4-year ABET college or university (Accreditation Board for Engineering & Technology, Inc.)
Special consideration will be given to students attending a Historically Black College or University
Renewable for 4 years if student maintains a 3.0 GPA
Kansas City area community college students who have been accepted to transfer to an accredited four-year institution to pursue a bachelor’s degree in engineering are also eligible to apply.
Eligible students must graduate from the following schools: Bishop Ward High School, Center High School, Grandview High School, Ruskin High School, any high school that is part of the Kansas City, MO Public School District (KCPS) or any high school in the Kansas City, KS Public School District (USD #500). Members of Big Brothers & Big Sisters and Boys & Girls Club are also eligible to apply.
Program Location: Tacoma, WA
Program Date(s): February 2, 2019
Cost: $15 per student or $30 per team
Eligibility Requirements: Each team consists of 1-3 students, and a middle/high school may enter any number of teams. In order that beginners as well as more experienced programmers may compete, there will be two divisions, (novice and advanced). The novice division consisting of students who have completed at most one computer programming class and have not previously placed 1st, 2nd, or 3rd in a programming contest. The advanced division is open to all high school students.
Application Deadline: February 20, 2019
Eligibility Requirements: The Canadian Computing Competition (CCC) is a fun challenge for secondary school students with an interest in programming. It is an opportunity for students to test their ability in designing, understanding and implementing algorithms. CCC currently supports currently supports C, C++, Python (2.x and 3.x), Pascal, Java, Perl, and PHP.
Program Location: New York, NY
Application Deadline: 2/20/2019
Eligibility Requirements: No decisions will be made until March 15th or later.
Applicants to the Macaulay Honors College at Hunter are automatically considered. Applying to an Honors Scholarship does not jeopardize or in any way interfere with your consideration for Macaulay Honors College at Hunter.
Only applicants who have completed a Fall 2019 Freshmen Admission application will be considered. For more detail, visit Hunter College Office of Admissions website.
Application Deadline: February 28, 2019
Eligibility Requirements: Eligibility Requirements for Applicants
Applicants for the scholarship must meet the following criteria:
Be a Washington state resident as defined by state Legislature (RCW 28B.15.012).
Earn a high school diploma or GED from a Washington state institution by June of the year of application.
File the upcoming academic year’s Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) or Washington Application for State Financial Aid (WASFA) by the application deadline.
Apply for Federal Education Tax Credits, if eligible.
Have total family income (adjusted gross income plus all untaxed income) that does not exceed 125% of Washington state family median income based on family size, as described in this chart.
A cumulative grade point average (GPA) as of application date of at least 2.75 (on a 4.0 scale), demonstrated on either a current college or high school transcript; OR
A passing GED score, demonstrated on an official score report.
Plan to pursue an eligible science, technology, engineering, math (STEM) or health care major as defined on the list of approved majors.
Plan to enroll at an eligible Washington state institution for the fall term following selection as defined on the list of eligible college and universities.
Plan to enroll at least half-time (six or more credits) every term. Scholars are not expected to enroll in nor does WSOS fund summer term.
PREVIOUS EDUCATION EXPERIENCE
Do not yet have a bachelor’s degree.
At time of application, student must be a high school senior or graduate (high school equivalency), college freshman or college sophomore. If a student has earned any college credit post high-school, they must either: 1) have earned no more than 90 quarter or 60 semester credits; OR 2) have been enrolled in college for no more than six quarters or four semesters.
Eligibility Requirements: To participate in the 2018-2019 school year, students must be between the ages of 10 to 18 as of August 1, 2019 and identify as female. Technovation offers girls around the world the opportunity to build apps and solve problems in their local community. In Metro Vancouver, both SFU and UBC CS support and help facilitate the Technovation Challenge.
Summer Academic Program
Age/Grades: Grade 11 girls
Cost: The total cost of the program is $4000 per student; however, due to the generous support of our sponsors including AI4ALL, the cost to each participant in 2018 was $500. Cost for the 2019 program is subject to change. For the 2018 program, the cost included accommodation in a private room in residence for July 8th to July 19th, all food, curriculum, field trips, project materials, and 24-hour staff supervision.
Eligibility Requirements: Canadian girls entering grade 12 in the September following the program (ie. Sept. 2019 for the 2019 program). Completion of English 11, Math 11, and at least one 11th level Science course are required by the start of the program. Students from rural or remote communities are especially encouraged to apply.
Program Location: Submissions are reviewed by district
Program Date(s): Competition submissions close October 15, 2018 at noon EST
Application Deadline: Submissions accepted from June 4 – October 15. Try to register before September 10, 2018 (registration indicates your intent to compete). Early registration significantly increases the chances for a successful challenge.
Age/Grades: must be a middle or high school student who has not graduated
Cost: no cost to apply.
Eligibility Requirements: AGE:
Students must be in middle school or high school at the time of submission. Students may not participate after having graduated high school.
Students are only allowed to compete in a Congressional District which is hosting a Challenge. Students may compete in either the district in which they reside, or the district in which they attend school. Participants may compete only in one single district.
Students can compete as individuals, or in teams of up to four (4) students.
Any team with more than four (4) students is not eligible to compete.
At least two teammates on any team must live or attend school in the same Congressional District.
Students may submit any app they’ve created within the last calendar year, as long as the app meets the submission requirements.
ONE ENTRY PER PERSON PER YEAR:
Students may only submit ONE app.
The Challenge is subject to all applicable U.S. federal laws and regulations. Participation constitutes entrant’s full and unconditional agreement to the Official Rules.
TIME KEEPING: T
he Director’s computer is the official timekeeping device for this Competition.
Program Location: varies by program
Program Date(s): Available throughout the calendar year
Application Deadline: ongoing – depends on program
Age/Grades: High school through graduate level students
Cost: Free to apply
Eligibility Requirements: NASA internships are available to high school through graduate level students attending full-time accredited programs appropriate to the NASA internship opportunity for which they receive an offer. U.S. citizenship is required for most internship opportunities. Select opportunities are also open to citizens from countries participating in the NASA International Internship (I^2) Program. Applicants must be enrolled full-time in a degree-granting course of study appropriate to NASA’s long-term professional workforce needs. College-level interns must maintain a minimum GPA of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale or equivalent. While NASA Internships are available to students in a wide-variety of majors ranging from business to science and engineering, individual internship opportunities will target specific disciplines. Applicants have the opportunity to browse and selectively apply for specific internship opportunities once their application is complete.