The Seattle University AI for Equity is an experience for high school students interested in criminal law and artificial intelligence (AI). Throughout the two weeks, students will learn about the intersection of modern technology and criminal justice issues, such as bias and equity. This project-focused program will include engagement with law enforcement and Seattle area tech companies.
Seattle University celebrates academic excellence achieved through diversity. Consistent with this value, we strive to make our high school programs accessible to all students. Thanks to the support of our generous sponsors, we offer full, holistic merit scholarships to students who need financial assistance to attend. Priority is given to students under-represented in higher education, including Black/African American, Hmong American, Latino/Hispanic, Indigenous/Native American, Nepalese American, and Pacific Islander descent. Please see the Scholarship page for more detail about how to apply.
Grade Level: rising high school sophomores, juniors, and seniors
Duration: The Seattle University AI4Equity summer program runs from Monday, July 17th, to Friday, July 28th.
- Monday, July 17 - Friday, July 28 (in-person and virtual):
Week 1 will be taught in person. Students will have a full on-campus residential experience during Week 1 and will live on campus in one of the Seattle University dormitories. Students will arrive on campus on Sunday, July 16, and depart campus on Friday afternoon, July 21, to complete Week 2 virtually. Week 2 will be virtual and asynchronous (self-placed) for everyone.