On-Campus Experience: Oregon State University S.E.S.E.Y. (Summer Experience in Science & Engineering for Youth)
IMPORTANT NOTE WHEN APPLYING
- On Part 1 of the Summer Experience in Science and Engineering for Youth (S.E.S.E.Y.) application, there is a section entitled, “Favorite Subjects and Extracurricular activities”. In that section, you MUST provide the complete name of your Boys & Girls Club in order to be considered for the fee waiver.
Date of Experience
- July 16 – July 21, 2017
About the Program
- SESEY offers a unique opportunity for high school girls and minority students with an aptitude for math and science in engineering fields. This one-week summer program encourages students to explore the world of engineering and to consider careers in its variety of fields. The program will culminate with a presentation of student projects and a display at the annual Corvallis da Vinci Days celebration.
• Must reside in the state of Oregon
• Must have an active membership in a Boys & Girls Club
• Must be a girl or a member of an ethnic minority
• Must be able to participate for the entire week of the program
• Must submit an application form
• Must have completed the 9th, 10th, or 11th grade
Grade when applying
- • Rising 10th, 11th or 12th graders
- • 3 slots available
Terms of On Campus Summer Experience
- • Scholarship Value: $250
• Room and board is covered
• This is an overnight program (Mon-Fri)
• Transportation to/from the university is NOT provided
- May 1, 2017
About Oregon State University
- Founded in 1868, Oregon State University is a leading public research university located in Corvallis, Oregon. OSU is the state’s Land Grant University and is one of only two university in the U.S. to have Sea Grant, Space Grant and Sun Grant designations. As Oregon’s leading public research university, with $336 million in external funding in the 2016, Oregon State accounts for more research funding than all of the state’s comprehensive public universities combined. Additionally, OSU has a presence in every one of Oregon’s 36 counties, with a statewide economic footprint of over $2B.