REAP is a summer STEM program that places talented high school students, from groups historically underserved in STEM, in research apprenticeships at area colleges and universities. REAP apprentices work under the direct supervision of a mentor on a hands-on research project. REAP apprentices are exposed to the real world of research, they gain valuable mentorship, and they learn about education and career opportunities in STEM. REAP apprenticeships are 5-8 weeks in length (minimum of 200 hours) and apprentices receive a stipend. Look for internships at UNM.
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Must be a U.S. citizen or permanent legal resident High school students must meet 2 of the following requirements: Rural, frontier, or other targeted outreach schools Student is female in certain STEM fields, e.g., physical science, computer science, mathematics, or engineering) Student is a minority historically under-represented in STEM (Alaskan Native, Native American, Black or African American, Hispanic, Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander) Student qualifies for free or reduced lunch English as a Second Language for the student Student is first-generation college student More Information This program is for commuting students only. Students are required to travel to and from the program site daily. In addition, the program does not supply an allowance for housing, meals or travel reimbursement.
Summer (June - August)
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The University of New Mexico
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