The Stanford Compression Forum is offering its annual summer internship program for the Summer of 2023. We are looking for passionate high school and early CC students interested in pursuing fun research projects over the summer.
This internship is intended to provide early exposure to research transcending traditional disciplinary boundaries. Students will be grouped into multifaceted projects that will benefit from their existing interests and strengths while exposing them to new areas. Projects will be mentored by students, faculty, and staff of the Stanford Compression Forum and its affiliated organizations. Themes will span and combine the science of information and communication, engineering, the arts, linguistics, psychology, biology, neuroscience, computer science, technology, philosophy, and design, among other areas.
(all requirements must be met to apply)
No exceptions can be made for any eligibility requirements (e.g. if you are currently a high school sophomore, you are not eligible to apply).
The internship program for Summer 2023 will be 8 weeks long. Students are expected to attend the entire duration of the internship.
Although this internship is unpaid, if spending the time needed to participate in this program would pose a financial burden, please let us know in your application.
We’d love to be able to admit all applicants. But that is not realistic. If you’re not admitted, it’s because we failed to integrate you into the few projects we were able to create with our group of mentors.
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