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Next Generation Pathways to Computing Program (NEXTGENCOMPUTING)

The NextGen Pathway to Computing program affords rising high school juniors and seniors and recent graduates in accredited high schools or home school programs in Anderson, Blount, Knox, Loudon, and Roane counties the opportunity to learn about foundational computer and computational science skills. Students will be mentored by ORNL research and technical staff and will gain valuable skills needed for successful careers in computing fields. The NEXTGENSCOMPUTING program may be for you!
Be a U.S. citizen or legal permanent resident at the time of application. Be a rising junior/senior or a recently graduated senior (within two years of graduation who has not yet enrolled in college) who has not yet fully enrolled in college, or in good standing at an accredited high school or enrolled in an accredited home school program in Anderson, Blount, Knox, Loudon, Roane, or Sevier counties. See the main website for full requirements.
Audience High School
duration 5 Weeks
Timeframe Summer
Sponsored By Oak Ridge National Laboratory
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