Pathways to Science
Pathways to Science is an organization that provides extremely organized lists of over 800 summer research opportunities that allows users to filter their search by research topic, geographic location, start and end date, etc. All of the listed programs are related to science in some manner, but their website offers detailed search functions to help students identify programs of specific interest to them.
The video guide below will teach you how to navigate the Pathways to Science database. Be sure to use full screen.
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