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The format of many Stanford programs has been modified due to ongoing COVID-19 restrictions on in-person programs.  Please check the individual program websites for updates. 

Update 4/14/21: restriction on in-person internships for non-Stanford students have been extended through Summer quarter (September 1, 2021).  Remote internship policies for high school students are at the discretion of hosting Departments.  For more information, click HERE.

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The Office of STEM Outreach (OSO) serves as a nexus connecting Stanford faculty, students, and postdocs with youth, schoolteachers, nonprofit organizations, and the broader community with the goals of increasing engagement, participation, equity and inclusion in STEM fields.


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Clinical Science, Technology and Medicine Summer Internships 2021

Two-week internships for high school students and pre-med undergraduate students seeking careers in clinical medicine, STEM, biomedical research, and technology in medicine


The Office of STEM Outreach at Stanford recognizes the importance of engagement, which starts with making STEM accessible to everyone. We've compiled a list of STEM-related opportunities within the Stanford community for students, teachers, and the general public. Our programs list is updated frequently, so keep an eye out for new opportunities.

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Office of STEM Outreach
Building 160
Stanford University
Stanford, CA 94305

Director Kyle Cole

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