APPLY HERE for the 2024 STEM Pathways program
Are you interested in gaining research and leadership skills? Understanding our local ecosystems? Having Fun? Making some money? Then apply to become one of Duke University Marine Lab’s (DUML) Student Scientists! As a DUML Student Scientist, you will experience research alongside DUML scientists, develop and deliver hands-on science outreach in our community, AND get paid.
Detail information and requirements: The DUML Student Scientist program seeks talented Carteret and Craven County high school students from diverse cultural and socio-economic backgrounds.
- The program is open to all interested 9th – 12th graders (the grade you are in, as of April 2024).
- Students Scientists must commit to a minimum of 30 hrs of community science outreach in June and July. Potential shifts will occur Monday-Friday in June and July for approximately 4-8 hours each day (with a maximum of 30 hours/week). All Student Scientists who conduct community outreach are eligible for summer stipends.
- Upon acceptance to the Student Scientist program, students will be required to attend training sessions on June 11th and 12th, 2024 from 9am – 3 pm at the Duke university Marine Lab. Food and beverage will be provided. If a Student Scientist fails to attend the training, they will be unable to participate during the 2024 season.
- CCATS transportation vouchers available upon request for any Carteret County student needing transportation assistance.