In CSSI, you’ll find CSSI: Online and CSSI: Extension.
CSSI: Online is a 4-week program where you’ll learn the required introduction to computer science. The program is described as interactive, intensive, and fun. However, due to COVID-19 pandemic, the programming has been shifted to online. You need to satisfy some eligibilities, such as enrolled at a university with a computer science or related fields major, you need to be a full time student in Canada or US, and others. Head over to the page to see more info!
CSSI: Extension is a partnership between Google and some universities, which include California State University (Ohio), Loyola Marymount University, Make School, Northeastern Illinois University, Queens College (CUNY), and San Jose State University. In this program, you’ll learn the fundamentals to computer science and will be given the chance to look at Google’s incredible technologies!
SparkSIP connects high school students with engaging internships. Its main goal is to minimize the gaps in the skills of young people with their access to jobs available in society. You will need to prepare your resumes and personal statement and the application is due in April 11th. Hop to their website and apply now to gain real world experience!
The Simons Summer Research Program gives opportunities to talented local high school students to contribute in researches in science and engineering department of Stony Brook University. You have to be a US citizen currently studying ing grade 11 and at least 16 years old in age. For summer 2022, you will need to check their website around mid-November.
New York University is hosting a 3-week summer program to introduce cybersecurity and computer science to individuals interested in the field. The program is in session 5 days a week from 9am to 2pm. A few of the topics discussed include digital forensics, steganography, cryptography, and “white-hat” (ethical) hacking. The program is free but is limited to students who live in one of the five New York City boroughs.
This program is a paid internship and while focuses on all areas of STEM, it places an emphasis on data analysis and market/scientific research. The internship is tailored mainly towards college students. For example, qualifying applicants can be a senior who just graduated high school, current college student, or a recent college graduate. Furthermore, the internship lasts 8 weeks (28 hours per week) and interns are paid $2,925 twice a month.
The Self-Employment Assistance Program (SEAP) allows people who are out of work and meet certain requirements to start their own business while collecting Unemployment Insurance benefits. SEAP is a unique opportunity for you to enter into self-employment entrepreneurial training and receive business counseling.
The Cisco High School STEM Program is a comprehensive 2 week unpaid virtual summer internship designed to give top, STEM and business focused students an introduction to Cisco’s history, culture, and the technology industry. Although Cisco offers relocation compensation, it’ll be up to you to find a place to live for the next 3 to 6 months. “Corporate housing” is not offered for interns and co-ops.
Microsoft is offering university students a very valuable opportunity to work with their team! In order to get this internship, you need to be enrolled as a full-time student in a specified field, such as software engineering, UX design, data and applied science, and many more. Internships will be hold in Redmond, WA and Bay Area, CA in USA, Cambridge in USA, and Vancouver in Canada.
The University of Texas at Austin is offering you an internship opportunity! The program will take place in the summer and last for a week. This internship will be virtually held and is open to high school freshmen, junior, sophomores, senior students. Their goal is to bring together students with interests of computing and problem solving.
Cybear is a group that specializes in digital media marketing. They have open junior positions which is great for entry level people looking to get some job experience. Applying here will allow you to get first hand experience in the computer science field.
Tech360 is a program that allows for 10th and 11th graders to learn the fundamentals of web design and development.. The courses take place within the company and are taught by professionals. Completing the program will award you with a $750 stipend.
As the field of AI continues to make a bigger impact in the world, researchers and educators at SAIL believe that to develop the most inclusive, humanistic, and benevolent technologies, it is imperative that the field of AI includes students, researchers, and technologists from all walks of life. With this mission in mind, SAILORS (short for the “Stanford Artificial Intelligence Laboratory’s Outreach Summer Program”) was created in 2015 to expose high school students in underrepresented populations to the field of artificial intelligence.
Facebook Summer Academy Externs will have the opportunity to learn about the day-to-day operations of one of the world’s leading social media networks by being part of a dynamic workforce. Externs will work closely with Facebook Mentors in their respective capacities to gain real-world work experience and on-the-job skills that will help propel them into successful careers. Their goal is to inspire and motivate young people to achieve economic success, stability, and mobility through skills development and early career exploration in the tech industry.