To read about how KEYS Unlocks STEM Success, click here.
KEYS High School Summer Internship Program is committed to providing hands-on research opportunities to talented students from diverse backgrounds. By exposing them to all facets of science research at the University of Arizona, KEYS fosters knowledge, skills, and confidence and helps students define their degree and career goals.
KEYS interns enroll, with no tuition costs, in the University of Arizona during their summer break for a week of intensive laboratory and science literacy training, followed by six weeks in the laboratory of a renowned UA researcher. Click here for a more detailed description of the internship.
The program concludes with the KEYS Research Showcase, where students present their results to their families, UA scientists, and program sponsors. Previous KEYS interns report that the program has changed their lives and taught them that they are capable of making important contributions to science.
To view the 2015 Family Night click https://youtu.be/RFeu0YHJ47w
For more about KEYS, watch this UA News video, KEYS Program Puts High School Science Students in Working Labs, to learn more about the program, and get a glimpse into the experiences of KEYS interns Brandon Door, Justin Lopez, Danielle Richard and Shelby Yuan.
If you are a KEYS alumnus, please email Dr. Marti Lindsey, email@example.com and tell us your story.