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  1. Feb 26, 2010 #1
    hello, i'm a 12th grader that wants to find a job in the physics field. i was wandering if anyone has an idea for what i can do, without any academic education, that can be both interesting for me and that i can earn a little money doing so? i am basically familliar with meny concepts in physics but my mathematical knowledge is comparably very poor..

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  3. Feb 26, 2010 #2
    There are a few internships available for high school students through programs such as BLIPS (http://csee.lbl.gov/Programs/BLIPS/index.html [Broken]). This particular program is for juniors, but you might want to see if there is something similar available at a university or lab in your area.
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