Research is becoming one of the most important ways for high school and college students to spend their time during the summer. Research experience is a distinctive advantage in the college and graduate school admission process. A research project has an even higher impact for young students if the program that they attend is selective, or the research they do is published or reaches a broader audience.
The Centre for New Immigrant Well-Being (commonly known by its acronym CNIW) is a Not-for-Profit-Organization in Canada. We initiated the CNIW Supernova Research-oriented Summer Camp, which is a two-month comprehensive research program, giving students the opportunity to Gain research knowledge and experiences from top university researcher and educators; and horn research skills and soft skills for successful academic and career planning in advance!
Highlights of this Summer Camp
It has a 7-session lecture-based Bootcamp, a series of development seminars, and a student-led reading club, as well as a two-month research projects involvement that exposes young students to fundamental concepts and research skills and guides them to get involved in a socially impactful research project.
What they will get gain:
- PERSONALIZED INSTRUCTION on research skills
- COLLABORATIVE LEARNING opportunities
- Real life Research projects involvement
- Scientifically validated personality tests (such as: DOPE)
- Academic and career planning
- Soft skills improvement
Upon completion, you will also get the certification, letter of recommendations and opportunities for further research positions and Federal funded research summer jobs.
Our Research Projects:
Our multidisciplinary projects will focus on public health and social science, etc.
- Registration starts from 23th, Jan
- Deadline: 12th, Feb
- Interview: 20st , Feb-15st Mar
- Offer：End of March
- May-June: College students’ summer camp
- July-August: High School students’ summer camp
Participation is hybrid mode. In the fist two weeks, a 7-session in-person lectures exposes students to fundamental concepts in public health, applications of core research skills and guides them to work on a hands-on project in a domain of their choice.
In the meanwhile, there will be student-led reading club and online/offline advanced seminars along the summer, inviting academic researchers and scientists from universities, public research institutions, and industries to broaden students’ horizon and prepare them for their future academic and career development.
More importantly, students will apply the research skills they learned on a mentor-led research project, with the goal of presenting their findings at the conclusion of the program.
Admission is very competitive, please send your resume and transcript, as well recommendation letter(optional) to email@example.com
College student: $ 5000/person (Federal Sponsored Summer Job positions would be provided to exceptional students)
High school student: $ 4000/person
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Snapshots from last camp:
- 首届研学营中，两位优秀高中生Fiona Bian和Stephanie Sheng的科研论文摘要在美国及加拿大顶级学术会议上得到收录，并在会上汇报。In the first research camp, two outstanding high school students, Fiona Bian and Stephanie Sheng, had abstracts of scientific research papers that were accepted and reported at the well known international conferences in the United States and Canada.
- 首届研学营举办了多期公益分享会，研学营的学员们访谈专家，不仅锻炼了他们的表达能力、组织能力，更获得专家们分享的宝贵经验和鼓励；同时，为社区提供了高质量的信息和资讯。The first research camp held a number of public welfare sharing sessions. The students of the research camp interviewed experts, not only exercised their expressive and organizational skills, but also gained valuable experience and encouragement shared by experts; at the same time, provided high-quality information and information.
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