Girls Outdoor Adventure in Leadership and Science (GOALS)
Girls Outdoor Adventure in Leadership and Science (GOALS) is a free summer science program for high school students to learn science hands-on while backpacking through the wilderness. Over the course of 2 weeks, girls from underrepresented backgrounds learn ecology, earth science, and chemistry in the Sierra Nevada mountains with UC Davis scientists. Summer 2018 marks the launch of the GOALS chapter at UC Davis.
Please stay tuned for student applications in February! For more information, please visit the GOALS website.
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