Brain Research Apprenticeship in New York at Columbia (BRAINYAC)

Jerome L. Greene Science Center, Manhattan


Neuroscience, Computational Neuroscience, Psychology, Molecular Biology, Biochemistry


January - August


Overview

The Zuckerman Institute’s Brain Research Apprenticeships in New York at Columbia (BRAINYAC) program is an immersive six-week science research experience, where scientists mentor high school students in neuroscience research. This includes weekend training sessions in the winter and spring and a full-time internship during the summer.

Benifits:
Students receive a stipend
Students apply to receive a paid Merit Fellowship and continue working in their lab over the academic year or following summer
Students apply to work as a paid intern for the following year’s BRAINYAC program
Students receive alumni networking opportunities, attend events, and trips

Learn More About BRAINYAC

Eligibility Requirements


A sophomore or junior in high school


Must be 16 years of age or older by the start of the summer session


Commit to the entire program from January through August


Enrolled in one of the partner programs (see website for an updated list of partner programs)


Application Instructions


To apply to the BRAINYAC program you must be enrolled in one of our partner programs. The updated list of partner programs can be found on our website


Applications are distributed to partner programs and schools in the fall before the program starts in January. Contact one of our partner programs to find out about enrollment


Questions?

For information not found on the websites, please feel free to reach out to the following contact:

cp2879@columbia.edu


(212) 851 - 9612


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