Free Summer STEM Opportunity for High School Students

Free Virtual Summer STEM Opportunity for Hawai’i – Earn College Credit!

This summer, trubel&co will be offering their free, virtual STEM course, Mapping Justice, to rising 11th and 12th graders in Hawai’i in partnership with the University of Hawai’i at Mānoa. Students who complete the 6-week course will have the opportunity to earn transferable college credits for free from University of Hawai’i.

The application is now open, with a priority deadline of May 1st, however we will review applications through late May. 

Here are a few additional details about the Mapping Justice Hawai’i course:

  • The program runs from July 1 – August 10 and is entirely online, and free for students.
  • Classes take place three mornings per week for two hours each, and the weekly time commitment is about 12-15 hours total (this includes time spent in class, plus completing weekly assignments and collaborating with classmates)
  • Students will complete a group capstone project at the end of the course. View last year’s projects here.
  • Students learn marketable geospatial data science skills (GIS) while exploring social issues they care about.
  • Our alumni have used their final projects to get into college, secure internships, and explore the intersections of identity, STEM, service, and social justice.
  • Our priority deadline is May 1st. Visit trubel.co/mj-hi to apply! We encourage students to start their applications as soon as possible.

If you have questions, please contact mj-hawaii@trubel.co