More than 350 institutions have sponsored more than 11,000 high school students since Project SEED’s inception over 50 years ago.
Since 1968, Project SEED has helped more than 11,000 economically disadvantaged high school students, many of whom were the first in their family to attend college. For 8 to 10 weeks during the summer, SEED students work in real laboratories, with real scientists serving as their mentors.
Interested in participating for Project SEED in 2020 as a student or coordinator/mentor? Fill out this quick form so that we can notify you when the applications open.
Find your local Project SEED host institution and program coordinator using our locator map.
Are you a student interested in taking part in Project SEED 2019? Learn more about key dates, eligibility requirements, and the application process.
Support students participating in valuable summer research experiences, and help them reach their true potential.