Engineering Courses for High School Students

Give talented math and science students the confidence to own, shape, and decide their future.  Introduce them to Johns Hopkins Biomedical Engineering Innovation (BMEI) and Explore Engineering Innovation (EEI), both are courses where we are reimagining engineering – one future at a time.

The application for the Spring Session of BMEI is open now. The application for the Summer Session of EEI and BMEI will open on December 15th. Both courses introduce students to engineering through hands-on labs and college-level lectures.  Students who earn an A or B have the opportunity to earn college credit.

 

Please look at the requirements for these exciting courses and share the information with your students and their parents.

Contact with any questions.

Biomedical Engineering Innovation – High School Students

Students who excel in math and science have an extended invitation designed for students curious in science. Johns Hopkins Biomedical Engineering Innovation offers a challenging and fun online course that sparks an interest in engineering and STEM exploration.

This opportunity will help future students earn college credit with more advanced students currently studying. Applications are being accepted for the January 25, 2021 course, so there is still time to apply!

 

Johns Hopkins faculty created the Biomedical Engineering Innovation course to encourage creativity and instill confidence in students. In the course, students will model human efficiency and the cardiovascular system and design experiments to test these models and more. And students have the opportunity to earn college credit and strengthen their college applications!

Read more about the course Biomedical Engineering Innovation, scheduled for January 25–April 23, 2021

Email Johns Hopkins University with any questions.

Emigrating Marist Our Community

Marist College invite students to their upcoming Virtual International Day Information Session taking place Thursday, November 19. There are a number of time slots students may choose from corresponding diffrent regions of the world.

 

Register today to learn more about life at Marist from students who reside outside of the US. Did you know that less than half of Marist students are from New York, with 47 states and 64 countries are represented in our student body?
Here’s what they can expect during our upcoming Virtual International Day Information Session:

 

  • Get to know more about Martis by contacting Joe Giacalone, the Marist College admission counselor. Students from around the world who attend Marist through their live Q&A where students can learn more about experiences at Marist, or Joe Giacalone who can answer any questions you might have about submitting a Marist application, life as a Red Fox, and more!
  • Learn about 90 majors, minors, and concentrations and how students can utilize our Center for Career Services to explore career and internship resources, graduate school advisement, job search preparation, and much more.
  • Explore 70+ short-term, semester, and academic year abroad programs to help students enhance their global perspective and create memories to last a lifetime, all while working towards their degree.
  • Discover different opportunities for real-world experience including internships, student-faculty collaborative research, and access to advanced technology. Almost 85% of Marist students complete at least one internship, with many completing two or more!

Career Days & Work Experience

Over the coming weeks The CareerDays Team have a range of online career & work experience days for students aged 14-18 to take part in.

 

Hosted live from the UK and watched across the world, students are able to learn about their future careers and take part in interactive sessions where they can gain some experience to help them in their university applications.

There’s a range of different career days for them to choose, from medicine, aviation, law, business, veterinary careers and many more, there’s a career day to suit all students.

 

Students can visit https://www.careerdays.co.uk/ to choose a session and it would be great if students aged 14-18 could join in.