How difficult is it to get into this summer program with no major awards?

Hi, I’m new to this so sorry if I mess up with formatting. I am a sophomore in California and really want to do a science summer program this upcoming summer. I know it’s in a really long time, but applications are in a few months.

My school offers no AP science classes and no STEM related clubs. I am trying to make up for that by starting a science bowl club which I have wanted to do for awhile now. I love science, especially bio, and can’t wait to compete. I know we won’t do well though, because we are young and I only have 3 other people.

I have no science awards or anything, as well as no research experience, due to not having any opportunities. I really want to apply to UC COSMOS, or another free/not super expensive program. Will I still have a chance?

Information about me:
White girl
4.00 gpa- all honors and took 3 community college summer science courses this year
Several hundred volunteer hours
Science bowl team captain/founder
Lots of other unrelated extracurriculars
Most likely great recommendations from college professors in environmental science and astronomy and my high school science teacher

Thanks! (I don’t want something crazy like RSI btw, just something fun and challenging)

Oh also I got 98th percentile on the psat

University of Illinois at Champaign/Urbana has a less than one-week program in various engineering disciplines for girls. Look up GAMES program. They require an essay and they used to have some financial aid and may still, probably for needy participants. Not hard to get into and it is a lot of fun. Of course it is not in Cali.