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2023 AAMU Summer Programs and Camps

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2023 AAMU Summer Programs and Camps

Participating in Academic Ways for Success (P.A.W.S.) Summer Program
May 30 – July 20, 2023
Take ENG 101 and one additional 3 credit hour course. Free on-campus room and board; personalized academic advising; academic support services; and cultural enrichment activities. Students who successfully complete the program will receive a $750 stipend. Review the P.A.W.S. Summer Program brochure, complete the 2023 P.A.W.S. Summer Program Confirmation form by Friday, May 19. Contact Charlotte Canady-Slater at or 256.372.5602 for more information.

NDEP Summer Research Internship
May 30 – July 21, 2023
Open to all STEM students, the National Defense Education Program is an eight-week internship. Faculty subject matter experts will guide participants in hands-on STEM projects in the areas of artificial intelligence and machine learning; biotechnology; cybersecurity; hypersonics and space; and microelectronics. Interns will receive a stipend of $6,000 upon successful completion. Contact or for more information.

Forestry, Ecology, Wildfire, & Fire Apprentice Program
June 4 – June 30, 2023
This on-campus program includes free room and board, a $1,000 stipend, experiential learning, and certifications. The program is open to freshmen and current students. Contact or for more information.

GE Foundation High School STEM Experience
June 5 – June 22, 2023
Hands on activities in electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, civil engineering, computer science, construction management, physics, and chemistry. Contact Rhonda Whitman at for more information.

Trio Summer Academy
June 5 – July 14, 2023

Academic classes in STEM, STEAM, college prep, financial/economic literacy, mentoring, foreign language, residential and college trips. Contact 256.372.4600 or visit for additional information.

Spins Summer Enrichment Program
June 5-16, 2023

This two-week summer enrichment program is sponsored by the US Department of Energy/National Nuclear Security Agency (NNSA) and hosted by Alabama A&M University. This program introduces high school students to the foundation and opportunities in the area of green energy, nuclear security, cybersecurity, data science, physics, and nanotechnology. Contact Dr. Susie Shao at or Dr. Mebougna Drabo at for more information.

LSAMP Summer Computing Program
July 2023
Bioinformatics combines computer programming, big data, and biology to help scientists understand and identify patterns in biological data. This program introduces students to Python, a computer programming language used in bioinformatic software. Contact Dr. Jeanette Jones at or Ms. Theresa McCants at for more information.

Family & Child Welfar Title IV-E Focus Camp
August 19, 2023

Focus Camp exposes 50 middle and high school age minority males to the Family & Child Welfare profession. This opportunity also serves as a recruitment tool for future students to experience the Social Work program here at Alabama A&M University. Registration opens August 1, 2023. Contact Willie Diggs at or Helen Egson at for more information.

Future Technologies and Enabling Plasma Processes (FTPP AL) Summer Internships
Summer 2023

Regional introduction to plasma physics, corporate internship plasma training, South Eastern research experiences, International space weather camp - all open to STEM majors. Visit for more information.