BASE Camp Resources
When you become a BASE Camp participant, you have access to its resources for years to come! This page provides you with important information about college application and careers in science.
Applying to college can be a tricky task. As part of the BASE Camp agenda, students attend college admission sessions tailored to pursuing careers in the STEM and healthcare fields. Below are some helpful resources that were presented at the 2012 camp.
Hit the Road! Preparing for your College Visit (Pre-College Workshop)
The College Search and Visit Process
The Health Professions Handbook for Fairfield University: Designed for students interested in a career in one of the health professions, it answers questions about the pre-professional years. (Specific to Fairfield University, but widely applicable to many schools).
Fairfield University Admission & Aid
Below is a list of contacts from the second week of BASE Camp of various science and health career contacts
Health Career Speakers from BASE Camp 2012: Sponsored by The Connecticut Area Health Education Center
Explore Health Career
Aspiring Doctors: For undergraduate students who want to attend medical school
Health Careers in Connecticut
Southwestern Area Health Education Center
National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities
Sigma Xi, Scientific Research Society
Pathways to Science, Institute for Broadening Participation in STEM
Student Presentations (2012)
Check out the 2012 cohort’s final project presentations!
How do Fish Swim?
Cognition and the Brain
Programming Cancer Cell Death
The Physics of Sports in Slow Motion
Understanding How Genes Work Using Nematodes
Does Alcohol Consumption During Adolescence Have Long-term Effects on Behavior?