Apply by April 15, 2022 at 10:00PM PDT
The University of Washington invites students from traditionally underrepresented groups to join us for a free, 2-week data science and artificial intelligence introductory workshop. To be eligible for the program, students must be rising high school juniors, high school seniors, or college freshmen. At the workshop, students will learn how to understand, analyze, interpret and discuss real-world applications of data science and machine learning with the ultimate goal of understanding impactful technology decisions.
2022 program runs Monday, August 8 through Saturday, August 20th, 2022. 9:30 AM – 5:30 PM
Changemakers in Computing (CIC)
Application for 2022 Mentees is now closed.
Changemakers in Computing (CIC) is a new virtual summer program for high school students to learn about technology, society, and justice. Hosted by the University of Washington’s Allen School, this free program aims to serve Washington State high school students from systemically marginalized backgrounds. Students can benefit from a supportive community of peers and mentors, working on meaningful tech projects, and direct mentorship from college students studying technology. We especially encourage students to apply who would be among the first in their families to attend a 4-year college, undocumented, Black, Indigenous, Latinx, Southeast Asian, Pacific Islander, 2LGBTQIA+, from low-income families, and students with disabilities.
UbiComp Lab High School Summer Research
Summer 2022 application is due May 16.
The Ubicomp Lab invites a select number of high school students from the Seattle area to conduct an intense 8-week long research project during the summer. Prof. Shwetak Patel created this program because of his own participation in research when he was in high school and the incredible experience it provided for his career path. Applications for the Summer 2022 program are now open. The deadline for the application is May 16th, 2022, and decisions will be made by June 16th, 2022. 2022.
STEM League Developer Program
Application deadline: May 20, 2022 at 11:59PM PDT
Enroll in an Allen School Summer Course
U.S. high school students can earn college credit by taking courses at the University of Washington during Summer Sessions! To be eligible, you must have completed eighth grade or its equivalent by June 30, 2021. You can find the list of Allen School summer courses on our CSE Time Schedules page. To register for Summer Sessions as a high school student at the Seattle campus, follow the steps on the Summer Sessions page.