University of Arizona KEYS

KEYS Research Internship Class of 2023

The KEYS program, led by the University of Arizona’s BIO5 Institute, is a premier training program for high school students interested in developing STEM skills. Each year, BIO5 selects high school juniors and seniors from around the state to participate in the KEYS Research Internship. Students are selected based on academic performance, their passion for science, and teacher recommendation.

This year, 10 BASIS Charter School students from across Arizona were selected for this exciting scholarship!

Over the course of seven weeks this summer, these KEYS interns will gain experience working on immersive, real-world projects under the mentorship of University of Arizona scientists. The program places interns in laboratories aligned with each student’s research interests. Research topics may include bioscience, biomedical science, biostatistics, engineering, data science or environmental health. At the end of the seven-week experience, interns present what they’ve learned at a research showcase.

Congratulations again to the KEYS Research Internship Class of 2023! To learn more about the KEYS program, check out their website here.

To read about other student accomplishments from across the BASIS Charter Schools network, click here.

Amy Licht

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