Since 1983, Project SEARCH has been providing an on-campus, intellectually challenging experiences for academically motivated high school students. Read more about Project SEARCH.
Project SEARCH at the University of New Hampshire is celebrating its 32nd year of operation. High School students from ten schools of Seacoast New Hampshire and Southern Maine meet at the University to discuss today’s problems and opportunities with experts and in discussion groups about topics they will not only be confronted with but will have to make decisions about.
Please take the time to review videos and descriptions of past sessions. These include political debates, radio and television personalities, fiction writers, college professors, political leaders, people who not only have the knowledge of history but also lived through it, and presenters whose talents few students ever get the opportunity to meet and understand. Read about Project SEARCH's mission.
Our "virtual door" is always open; you can contact us at any time. With support from advisors and administrators of our participating schools, we hope to see SEARCH continue another 30 years!
The following sessions have been confirmed for 2014-15:
( End of year trip for April 2015 TBA)