Mayo Clinic Seeks High School Students for Mentoring Program

  • Students interested in biomedical science have an opportunity to be mentored by some of the most notable researchers in the world at Mayo Clinic. It's all a part of a mentorship program called SPARK, or Science Program for the Advancement of Research Knowledge.
     
    Those selected will get a unique hands-on experience, focusing on things like cancer and stem cell research. 
     
    A minimum of 20 lab hours per week - weekdays and weekends - is required during the summer break for a successful project to be completed for the science fair competitions. 
     
    Students must submit a Scholars Application and a Research Abstract Form which follows the guidelines of the International Science and Engineering Fair. 
     
    For more information, visit:  SPARK Research Mentorship Program
     
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