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Work Based Learning-2/7/17


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Work Based Learning Opportunities

2017 Barboza Space Center Fellowship Program

The Barboza Space Center was founded under the belief that students need hands on experience in the areas of STEAM++ (science, technology, engineering, visual and performing arts, mathematics, computer languages and foreign languages).  Today, The Barboza Space Center is actively developing the technologies to prototype satellites, robots and Martian habitats with the ultimate goal of enabling humans to occupy Mars.


The Barboza Space Center is currently seeking talented individuals for our Fellowship Program at the CAMS High School location on the campus of California State University Dominquez Hills. The Barboza Space Center engineering Student Fellows play a significant role in the design, development, testing and manufacturing of spaceflight hardware. Here at The Barboza Space Center, you will obtain invaluable hands-on technical experience that you can’t learn in a classroom. Our engineering and science teams will help you to roll up your sleeves and apply textbook theory and lab experience to creating solutions for real aerospace challenges. You will gain practical experience by participating in actual space hardware design, building and repair projects. The most successful candidates for the Barboza Space Center Fellowship Program have a history of significant contributions to hands-on extracurricular engineering projects in addition to a strong academic record.



  • Must be currently enrolled at an accredited public or private high school
  • Parent permission is required
  • Must submit a letter of intent
  • Must submit a current resume
  • Must be recommended by a school administrator
  • Attend a formal interview
  • Students must be able to participate for the duration of the program, June 12-15, 9:00 am-3:00 pm.
  • Students must be a U.S. citizen, permanent resident of the U.S., or eligible to obtain the required authorizations from the U.S. Department of State


  • GPA of 3.5 or higher
  • Hands-on experience through science fair projects, lab research, project teams, prior internships or work experience
  • Strong interpersonal skills and ability to work effectively in a team environment, accomplishing tasks with limited resources at a regular pace
  • Intermediate skill level using Macintosh and/or Windows Operations Systems
  • Intermediate skill level using Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook)

Resume and Letter of Intent due to Ms. Shipman by May 15th at 4:30 pm.  


2017 Barboza Space Center Fellowship Program Brochure

Linked Learning Alliance Internship - Sacramento, CA

The Linked Learning Alliance is seeking two interns for the summer of 2017 to support Alliance projects and workflow. Assignments may include social media support, research assistance, and event planning for the annual Linked Learning Convention. Interns assisting with convention planning maybe tasked with drafting budgets, contacting service providers, developing event materials, and communications. Convention communications may include outreach and marketing, drafting social media content, email blasts, brochures, and handouts, etc. The Alliance is committed to framing the specific description based on the qualified applicant's particular interest and desired skills.


To apply, students must be registered on

Deadline to apply: Saturday, May 20, 2017

Summer Introduction to Engineering and Science Program (SITES)

City of Los Angeles 2017 Hire LA's Youth - Summer Introduction to Engineering and Science Program (SITES)

SITES Program Flyer 2017-- FINAL.pdf

Summer internship opportunities in Los Angeles

Search for summer 2017 internship opportunities in the Los Angeles area using this website:

Summer Residencies and Camps



Each summer, The WCSMF-TEAM TO WIN Program hosts summer mentoring athletic training and sports medicine camps. Camps are limited to 100 participants per camp.


This educational resource mentoring program is an outreach program designed to encourage interest in the field of medicine and facilitate opportunities to explore different medical disciplines. The program is free to high school students. The program emphasizes these primary topics:  First Aid/CPR/AED, careers in Sports Medicine, speakers from different medical professions, college opportunities in sports medicine, injury recognition, injury treatment and rehabilitation, emergency management care of injuries, wound care, taping, bandaging, and splinting.

Contact the WCSMF at 310-726-0750 or with questions. 

To register go to:

Cal Poly SLO-Engineering Summer Camp

Engineering Possibilities in College (EPIC) is a one week residential summer camp at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo.  We have partnered with Northrop Grumman to offer campers scholarships to attend EPIC this summer.    

EPIC 2017 Dates

Session 2: July 16-21

Session 3: July 23-28

Session 4: July 30-Aug. 4


English Flyer:

Spanish Flyer:


To apply go to

Application closes on April 15, 2017.

UCLA Pre-college Summer Institutes

Online applications are now available to apply for one or more academic courses at UCLA this summer.  Although these programs usually have a cost, students may apply for support that covers all or part of the costs.  The deadline for support applications is April 1.

Precollege Summer Institutes are designed for advanced high school students who wish to gain academically challenging college-level experience.

Most programs offer mandatory or optional housing with full supervision.

Listed below are the 2017 precollege programs: 

USC / Chevron Frontiers of Energy Resources Summer Camp

Chevron Corporation has come together with USC’s Viterbi School of Engineering collaboratively to host a summer camp for High School Juniors and High School Science and Math Teachers at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles. The Frontiers of Energy Resources Summer Camp offers a preparatory, interactive training program focusing on various energy resources including fossil fuels, solar, biofuel, wind, nuclear energy, and information technologies for energy efficient operations. This unique program is designed to introduce outstanding high school students going into their senior year and high school math and/or science teachers to the opportunities and career possibilities available in the global energy resources industry.

  • Individuals who are selected on a competitive basis will attend summer camp without charge.
  • All materials, supplies, reference books, notebooks, housing, and meals will be provided.
  • Students will develop problem solving techniques as well as team building skills.
  • Students will receive a full college experience by living in a residence hall, eating in a dining facility.

What:  USC / Chevron Frontiers of Energy Resources Summer Camp

Where:  University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA

When:  June 25 - June 30, 2017 (Sunday - Friday)

Who:  Frontiers of Energy Resources is seeking enthusiastic and academically outstanding high school juniors who are interested in a future in the energy industry. Passionate High School Science and Math Teachers are also encouraged to apply.

Deadline to apply is April 7th

The TOMODACHI Toshiba Science & Technology Leadership Academy

The TOMODACHI Toshiba Science & Technology Leadership Academy is an annual one-week, cross-cultural Science Technology Engineering and Math (STEM) exchange and leadership program for 16 high school students and eight teachers from Japan and the U.S. In August, program participants from both countries will work together in Tokyo to develop a disaster-resilient, smart community of the future. With counsel from Toshiba engineers and a visit to the Toshiba Science Museum and the Smart Community building, the students and teachers will work in teams to develop proposed solutions to these problems using learning experiences that are central to Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS) and the engineering design process.


Who is eligible?

Students entering the TOMODACHI Toshiba Science & Technology Leadership Academy must be:

  • In grades 8-11 as of April 24th, 2017
  • Currently enrolled in and attending a public, private, or home school in the United States

Teacher participants in the Toshiba TOMODACHI Leadership Academy must have all of the following requirements:

  • Current NSTA members
  • High school science teachers who currently teach at a public, private or home school in the United States (grades 9-12)

If CAMS students are interested in putting together a team, please contact Ms. O'Neill