Environmentor is a science research mentorship for high school students over the spring & summer months to conduct authentic environmental research on Jamaica Bay and the Rockaway shoreline.
The application process for the 2020 ENVIRONMENTOR PROGRAM has officially closed.
If you are a high school student, interested in participating in other programs with us this summer, the Shore Corps summer internship application cycle is currently open to new students. Click here to learn more.
RISE provides paid internships to a select group of high school students in the spring and summer to conduct authentic research under the mentorship of scientists from local universities and research institutions on projects focused on the Rockaway shoreline.
Any student in 9th-11th grade, who lives or attends school in Rockaway (or surrounding communities) is eligible to apply to the Environmentor Program. (Priority is given to sophomores and juniors). The 2020 application cycle has officially closed.
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For more information, contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information about the NYC Science Research Mentoring Consortium program go to: www.studentresearchnyc.org
Below are the research projects, Environmentor students worked on in 2019:
Special thanks to the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation, Pinkerton Foundation, Science Sand Box/Simons Foundation, WT Grant Foundation and the People's United Community Foundation for sponsoring the Environmentor Program.