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App-titude Internships

INSPIRING FUTURE SCIENTISTS

The App-titude Internship Program is one of the many programs offered by The Salah Foundation STEM Center for Education and Career Development and is underwritten by United Way of Broward County.

This exciting two-year internship exposes high school students to careers in computer science and engineering while being introduced to coding.

Broward County students entering their Junior year in August 2019 are invited to apply for a two-year internship that will provide an opportunity to earn volunteer service hours, college credit, and a stipend while advancing their knowledge in STEM education.

The program begins in the Fall of 2020 and runs through May 2022 at the Museum of Discovery and Science. Students will meet at the Museum a minimum of two times per month and also participate in Florida Atlantic University College of Engineering and Computer Science’s three week, dual-enrollment course in Summer 2020.

Qualifications

Minimum qualifications and proof of eligibility are required. Applicants must be entering junior year of high school in Broward County in August 2020. Student must have and maintain a 3.0 unweighted/state cumulative high school GPA and achieve all of the stated minimum scores on the following. Tests may not be mixed and matched.

Test Reading/Verbal Writing/English Mathematics/Algebra
SAT 24 25 24
ACT 19 17 19
CPT/Accuplacer 83 83 72
P.E.R.T. 106 103 114

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Information Sessions
August 25 and September 15, 2020, at 5:30 p.m.
Click here to register.

Application and Information

To request an application or for more information, please e-mail stem@mods.net.

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