Monthly Archives: October 2017

Bank of America Charitable Foundation’s Student Leaders® Program

The Bank of America Charitable Foundation’s Student Leaders® Program is officially accepting applications for its 2018 Student Leaders® program.   Participation in this program will help students develop their leadership and career skills and to connect with like-minded students. The purpose of Bank of America Student Leaders Program is to recognize exemplary high school juniors […]

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COSMOS

COSMOS  is a 4-week summer academic and residential program for high school scholars with a demonstrated interest in the STEM fields. They receive the unparalleled opportunity to work alongside top researchers and faculty members of the University of California in hands-on, lab-intensive curricula exploring their interests in the STEM Fields, while also enjoying a preview […]

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Students Wanted: Solar-powered Radio-controlled Car Competition

Solar Rollers, an energy-design-program is coming to the Bay Area with space for 10 student teams. Students gain relevant industry skills that prepare and inspire them to pursue careers in renewable energy, energy storage, and engineering.  You’ll be impressed:  Program video.   Sign-up by mid-November. Teams will receive materials, design instruction, technical support & build […]

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FREE Cash for College workshop at “EC”

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Free Fix Day – DeAnza High School

Press Release Information Technology Academy hosts community “Free Fix Day”   Students will help bridge digital divide in the Richmond community   Richmond, CA  October 09, 2017:  The DeAnza High School Technology Academy will be holding a Free Fix Day on Saturday, October 28th, 2017. This will take place at DeAnza High school in the cafeteria from 10 am to […]

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