This summer six-to-eight science minded high school juniors will receive $2,000 stipends to spend the summer working as
Michigan State University
According to excerpts from the article:
Sexton High School junior Jade Frazier said she has wanted to get into the medical field since she was about 5, when she had trouble breathing and was rushed to the hospital for asthma treatment.
The 16-year-old could come one step closer to reaching her goal of becoming a radiologist if she is selected to participate in the Future Scientist Program, a paid summer internship announced Thursday.
Six to eight Lansing high school juniors will be chosen for the pilot program, giving them the opportunity to work with Michigan State University researchers in campus laboratories.
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