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Aim High Science and Technology Program
Dr. Kara Ieva, Project Coordinator: email@example.com; 856-256-4500 (Ext. 3827)
Rachel Sole, Program Assistant: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Rowan University and the College of Education is now accepting applications for the 4th Annual Aim High and Science and Technology Summer Academy.
July 6, 2014 - August 1, 2014
Send the completed application to:
Rowan University/Dr. Kara Ieva
Counseling in Educational Settings
201 Mullica Hill Road
Glassboro, NJ 08028
The deadline for application is March 25, 2014.
Applicants applying by the deadline will be notified of admission to the program by April 15th.
Applicants applying after the deadline will be notified of admission only if space is available.
Once students are accepted, they will be asked to attend a mandatory meeting with a parent/ or guardian.
Any incomplete applications will not be considered.
Aim High Programs are comprehensive developmental summer programs designed to assist high school students who are first generation and/or low SES students in pursuing STEM majors. Both programs address three core elements: Personal/Social, Career, and Academic development as it relates to Career and College Readiness. Through courses in science and technology, service learning, leadership development, group counseling, workshops/ guest speakers, and various on and off-campus activities students were able to develop a satisfaction and understanding of life on campus, as well as, set personal and career/ college goals.
Senior Aim High completed its third year of implementation. This 4 –week residential program is designed for 40 rising high school seniors from the southern five counties. The program is a joint venture between the College of Education and Rowan’s Camden Campus and is funded by the Commission of Higher Education through a College Access Grant. The total awarded amount since 2011 is $ 467,620.
Goals for Aim High Students
1. Promote College and Career Readiness for First Generation and Low SES College Students
2. To Developmentally Expose and Transition students to a college setting academically, personally, and socially
3. To expose students to career fields and course work in science and technology.
4. To allow students to interact with new friends, undergraduate students, graduate counselors-in-training, and college faculty.