Ylva Bosemark

Ylva Bosemark is a Regional ECL Mentor at Crimson Education, dedicated to helping students find opportunities to get into their dream universities.  

Ylva Bosemark Remote (USA)
AEROSPACE HIGH SCHOOL STEM INSTITUTE Attention, high school students!  Are you interested in pursuing a STEM career after high school?  Our Virtual High School STEM Institute registration is now open. The free program will run in July 2022.  Join us to learn about different careers in aerospace, collaborate with experts and apply problem-solving skills. ZERO ROBOTICS SUMMER COMPETITION Zero Robotics   is a computer programing competition for middle school students.   Learn to code satellites and compete against other teams virtually this summer from July, 2022.   All you need to participate is a team, a computer with internet access, and a desire to learn more about STEM! Participants that complete this year’s summer program will be guaranteed a slot in summer 2022, where student developed code will run on the International Space Station! AEROSPACE ACADEMY Aerospace Academy is a free summer academic experience, held   July, 2022 . Participants will complete...
Jul 29, 2021
Ylva Bosemark Remote (USA)
FIRST ®   inspires young people to be science and technology leaders and innovators by engaging them in exciting mentor-based programs that build science, engineering, and technology skills, that inspire innovation, and that foster well-rounded life capabilities including self-confidence, communication, and leadership. When you’re a  FIRST  volunteer, you empower students to be future changemakers. Working side by side with  FIRST  participants, you inspire them to use their skills to make a positive impact on their communities and the world. Volunteering with  FIRST  gives you the opportunity to share your knowledge - whether technical or non-technical, learn something new, build your resume, and network with other volunteers and sponsors. If you’re looking for a fast-paced, thrilling, and inspiring environment to make a difference, there’s a spot for you as a  FIRST   volunteer! #CHAMPIONTHEGAME Volunteer Trainings Volunteering with   FIRST   is an...
Jul 29, 2021
Ylva Bosemark Remote
Do you love space? Want to join a fast-growing team and bring space into classrooms and homes? DreamUp is bringing the education world to new heights. We have launched over 500 experiments from schools around the world to the International Space Station and are seeking entrepreneurial, creative, and passionate individuals to join our mission. If you love space, can work within the educational and scientific community, and are comfortable making things happen, let’s talk about opportunities to make a difference by contributing to DreamUp’s impactful products and programs. DreamUp provides space-based educational programs to learners and educators. The first company bringing space into the classroom and the classroom into space, DreamUp is uniquely positioned to engage kids globally with the most cutting-edge space research and developments, and inspire them through scientific discoveries in orbital and suborbital space. DreamUp has a proven track record, having brought over 400...
Jul 29, 2021
Ylva Bosemark Remote
SPACE SCHOOL  is a resource for teachers and students to learn more about space education and the direct link to many key skill areas.  The resources on this site are all free and meant as a compliment to the curriculum that are already being taught in classrooms. If you are someone how has a thorough understanding of aerospace engineering, then you should submit additional resources to this site!  You can even use their list of resources if you want to start your own space club or educational program!!
Jul 29, 2021
Ylva Bosemark USA
Odyssey of the Mind  is a longstanding creative problem solving competition that exists at every level from school wide to world wide. Students can become involved as early as elementary school and will integrate STEM skills with performance, arts, and history.   Past projects have led students “to design mechanical dinosaurs, invent new factory machinery, build working vehicles, write a new chapter to Moby Dick, put a twist on classic artworks, turn Pandora’s Box into a video game, and so much more.” Challenges for 2020 include detective work, a balsa wood building challenge, and a networking performance that simulates world communications and includes pop-up advertisements and a malware.  Our Volunteers Corner is for program organizers, trainers, and officials. It provides tools and materials to help them organize Odyssey of the Mind tournaments and training sessions throughout the world. The section is designed as a tool that specifically serves to assist in conducting...
Jul 29, 2021
Ylva Bosemark USA
Calling at problem solvers, engineers and creatives! Join this opportunity to volunteer at STEM competitions: Destination Imagination  is a creative problem solving competition with teams working on a problem over a period of several months. Challenges are offered in seven areas, including engineering, technical, scientific, fine arts, improvisational, service learning, and an early learning challenge. Teams can qualify for competitions at the regional, state, and national level.  DI is seeking new volunteers to help equip students with the skills needed to fuel the economies of tomorrow. We are seeking support from individuals with interests in web design, marketing, fundraising, recruiting, training, social media, event coordination and more. Below are some of the volunteer opportunities available to directly support students in your area. TEAM MANAGER Serve as a coordinator and mentor for two to four months as a team develops a unique solution to one of...
Jul 29, 2021
Ylva Bosemark Remote (USA)
CALLING ALL FUTURE AEROSPACE ENGINEERS On this mission to Mars, students will design how we get there, how we land, how we survive once we are there, and if we are very lucky, how we get back to Earth....for those who wish to do so. This is a great pre-college program for teens interested in various fields like rocketry, physics, space biology, engineering, and 3D printing. This is a competitive admissions summer research program designed for teens. Design and learn the science behind rockets that can reach Mars with a PhD Physicist from Harvard who has been on a simulated Mars Mission. Review data with him on the effects of radiation — which astronauts are exposed to on their journey through space — on human health and genetic mutations. Learn about the satellites, spacecraft, and other aerospace technologies scientists are using to chart interplanetary travel. Use ‘Mars-like’ soil to plant vegetables in a temperature controlled green house and assess how they would survive...
Jul 29, 2021
Ylva Bosemark Remote (USA)
CALLING ALL FUTURE AEROSPACE ENGINEERS NASA internships and fellowships leverage NASA’s unique missions and programs to enhance and increase the capability, diversity and size of the nation’s future science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) workforce. Internships are available from high school to graduate level. Internships provide students with the opportunity to participate in either research or other experiential learning, under the guidance of a mentor at NASA. What are the eligibility requirements? U.S. Citizen Cumulative 3.0 GPA (on a 4.0 scale) Full-time students (high school through graduate) 16 years of age at the time of application (no exceptions) Undergraduate and graduate students must be enrolled full-time in a degree-granting program at an accredited college or university. Educators are also eligible to apply Can international students apply? All applicants must be U.S. citizens in order to apply for an internship. More information about...
Jul 29, 2021