Congratulations to the five high school students selected for the Childhood Cancer Nanocourse & Internship for Key Club Students in August 2011. The course will give students didactic training in childhood cancer treatment, clinical trials and basic science research. The experience will also include individual research project assignments, with the opportunity to collaborate with fellow student scientists. This Nanocourse sponsored by the OHSU Pediatric Cancer Biology Program is modeled after the AACR Physician-Scientist workshop held each year in Aspen, Colorado, which is for the brightest young minds and future biomedical leaders. As the selected 5 high school Key Club students have demonstrated, however, it is never too early to start!