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Alabama Data Scholars - High School Data Science Summer Program

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Alabama Data Scholars is an 8-week summer internship and skills development program designed to introduce AL high school juniors and seniors to data science careers

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With generous support from Innovate Alabama, QuantHub is proud to launch Alabama Data Scholars, an 8-week summer internship and skills development program designed to introduce high school juniors and seniors across the state to high-demand careers in the growing field of data science.

The inaugural class of 25 Alabama Data Scholars will be selected from a pool of Finalists and placed into internships with innovative organizations leveraging data to make a positive impact on the state.

During the program session, Scholars will also:

Build valuable skills in data analysis, visualization, business analytics, statistics, Python, and SQL
Gain exposure to emerging artificial intelligence and machine learning (AI/ML) applications
Explore academic opportunities at Alabama colleges and universities
Hear from special guest speakers
Participate in professional development and mentoring activities
Network with industry leaders and a diverse cohort of like-minded peers
Receive a $500 scholarship awarded upon successful program completion.

Applications are open through March 1, and any Alabama high school junior or senior who will be at least 16 years old by June 1 is eligible to participate.

No prior experience or skills are necessary to apply. Students interested in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) careers may benefit most from participation, but all students eager to learn are welcome and encouraged to submit an application.

Virtual and in-person internship opportunities will be available, and Scholars must be able to commit approximately 20 hrs/week to both “live” and asynchronous activities for the duration of the program.

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Minimum Age: 16

Provided to SNM by
Alabama STEM Council

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