ACS Project SEED Program
Summer Research Internship Program for Economically Disadvantaged High School Students
The ACS Project SEED summer research program opens new doors for economically disadvantaged students to experience what it’s like to be a chemist. Students entering their junior or senior year in high school are given a rare chance to work alongside scientist-mentors on research projects in industrial, academic, and federal laboratories, discovering new career paths as they approach critical turning points in their lives.
2015 summer program begins June 1!
For first-time participants, students conduct research in chemistry or a related field supervised by a scientist mentor and receive a fellowship award of $2,500.
Summer I students get a second opportunity to continue working on their Summer I project or beginning a new one. Students receive a $3,000 fellowship award and may be eligible for a travel grant to present research at an ACS or other scientific meeting.
- Matching Fund Verification due — May 1
- Student Applications due — June 1
- Program Reports duen— August 28