I am interested in the fields of mathematics, physics, and computer science (broad, I know) but if I had the ideal internship it would be in a quantum computing lab. Really, though, I'm looking for anything this summer. While this may seem like a somewhat normal thing (student looking for internship) I have a small problem in that I'm in middle school.
I am in 8th grade, and I am old enough to legally work (just getting that out of the way). I am located in the United States. I have taught myself some physics and mathematics (the basics of calculus and linear algebra, etc) and I have been told I learn quickly. I'm willing to work hard and do just about anything, but I'd like to start getting experience with research in a lab. (If you need any further information, please ask.)
What are some resources I can use to find an internship? Also, I've read that you're supposed to put together a resume/cv, but reading about it it seems a bit difficult to do when the only things you've done are K-8th grade and some personal projects.
If this is off-topic, I apologize; this seemed the place to ask.