Be warned that most of these programs are very competitive.
A listing in your specific area of interest (e.g. http://csne-erc.org/education-resources-teachers/summer-research-experiences-high-school-students) would be more helpful, if you can find it, but generally steer clear of .com sites that are trying to make money from your interest.
I don't know of any formal programs in MA but you can always email Professors at universities or colleges near you and ask if they are looking for research interns for the summer. You can use a standard email script such as
"Hello, I am (insert one or two line introduction). I am interested in ( insert name of subject or topic you like). I am wondering if you have a position for a summer research intern? I am interested in this internship because (reason why you want to do it) etc etc."
Most people may not respond to your emails but there is no harm in trying. You can research Professors and their labs on university websites.
Hope this helps.