Are you a high school student interested in a career in psychology? Check out this webpage from the American Psychological Association on why high school students should take a class on psychology, common myths about psychology, and psychology-related careers.

High school juniors or seniors who are 17+ are eligible to apply for an NIH Summer Internship in Biomedical Research. These internships are an opportunity to be paid to learn about scientific research and discover whether you are interested in continuing to do research in college and beyond. Click here to learn more about the NIH Summer Internship Program.

The University of Chicago offers summer courses for high school students (9th-12th) grade on Psychology and Neuroscience. See the available courses here.

The University of Utah’s Department of Neurology offers ENIGMA-U, a free online school (including lectures, assignments, and quizzes) geared towards advanced high school and entry-level college/university students who are interested in neuroscience and want additional mentoring. Click here for more information.

To learn about additional steps in becoming a neuropsychologist, click below:

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