Engineering Innovation (EI) Summer Program at Loyola University Maryland
We invite high school students with curiosity for learning and an aptitude in math and science who are interested in science and engineering to apply for the summer program in Engineering Innovation (EI). This program is a collaboration with Johns Hopkins University (JHU). Due to the continued effects of the global COVID-19 pandemic, Engineering Innovation will be offering online courses only in 2021. We look forward to resuming our partnership with a program hosted at Loyola's Evergreen campus in 2022. High school students participating in this summer program will earn three course credits issued by JHU. To register for this program please see the following link.
About Engineering Innovation (EI)
National Center for Women & Information Technology Aspirations Program
The computer science department of Loyola University Maryland, in collaboration with University of Maryland College Park and University of Maryland Baltimore County, have partnered with the National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT) to organize an award for high school girls (grades 9-12) interested in computing. Award winners and runners-up will be selected from high schools in Maryland and Delaware, and every applicant will be considered for the national award. Applicants will be judged on these qualities: aptitude and interest in information technology and computing, leadership skills, academic history, and plans for post-secondary education. All high school girls are encouraged to apply. Due date for applications will be accepted until November 4, 2015. Visit Aspirations for more info.
The Maryland Out of School Time (MOST) Network
The MOST Network is a statewide youth development organization, dedicated to more and better opportunities in the out of school hours for Maryland's young people. Youth development resources including opportunities in STEM can be found on the MOSTnetwork site.
Maryland's STEM Innovation Network (STEMnet)
STEMnet is an online platform that provides cutting-edge resources, tools, programs, and workforce connections to strengthen STEM teaching and learning. For more information: http://www.thestemnet.com/programs