you don't provide any personal information which matters...are you a college student or high schooler? what part of the bay area are you in. transportation? time frame? prior experience? CPR certified? etc etc. all of that will matter. you have some good answers. but i would also recommend widening your view. what do you mean by NEURO SCIENCE? do you want to do cellular bio research or work with veterans with brain trauma doing rehabilitation work? there is a lot of range in this area. what is available near you? have you any experience in a lab? if so more specialized lab work might be relevant. but if not, it's hard to get a first lab experience...might be better to look for clubs with mentors and hands on opportunities (assuming the cv19 fairy arrives soon). do you want to learn about how neurological illnesses or injury impacts real people, look for TBI rehab programs where you can be a helper. There are some group homes and nursing homes and assisted living facilities that specialize in services for folks with brain trauma and they love a great volunteer. Then with that sort of experience you can understand how the research impacts practice and caregiving. All of this might be tough in a social distanced summer. So another avenue might be to pick one question that really interests you...what nutritional advice seems to have an impact for neurology patients or how does memory work after brain trauma...and do an indepent study project, write up your findings, find a faculty mentor for this if you are a college student or a hs teacher to help you stay on track. have something to show for your efforts at the end of the summer. demonstrate being self directed. all good stuff to use moving on to your next neuroscience adventure.