Forsyth Student Scholars Program (formerly Educational Outreach Program)
The Forsyth Student Scholars Program (EOP) exposes high-school students to the exciting and rewarding world of scientific research. Created in 1993, the program allows students to work side-by-side in the laboratory with world-renowned scientists engaged in cutting-edge research. The goals are to teach students what scientific research involves, and to allow students to perform hands-on scientific research.
The Student Scholars Program includes an eight-week internship for Massachusetts high school students. The program pairs students with Forsyth faculty researchers as mentors. Interns learn basic laboratory techniques by participating in mentors’ research projects in a productive and enriching scientific environment. At the end of the program, students present their findings. Students may continue working on their projects during the academic year. For these young interns, the Forsyth Student Scholars Program is often their first "real" job and may be their first step toward a future career in the sciences.
- Mentorship by world-renowned scientists (Forsyth faculty)
- Weekly presentations to fellow students and Forsyth Mentors
- Final scientific poster presentation to the Boston area scientific and Forsyth communities
- Paid internships may be available thanks to our sponsor, Colgate
- Currently enrolled in high school
- Fully available weekdays from July 5 - August 29, 2018 from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
- Able to present research findings at public poster presentation in September
- Strong motivation to learn how to perform scientific research
For more information contact StudentScholars@forsyth.org or
Dr. Megan Pugach, Director 617-892-8405
Dr. Martin Taubman 617-892-8314
Anna Rivkin, Coordinator 617-892-8366