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STEM K-12 Student Opportunities, Workshops, and Scholarships


Aim High Science and Technology Program
Aim High Programs at Rowan University 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, junior and senior, address three core elements: Personal/Social, Career, and Academic development as it relates to Career and College Readiness.

Junior Aim High
Senior Aim High

First LEGO League (FLL)
FIRST Introduces younger students to real-world engineering challenges by building LEGO-based robots to complete tasks on a thematic playing surface. FLL teams, guided by their imaginations and adult coaches, discover exciting career possibilities and, through the process, learn to make positive contributions to society.

National Website
Rowan FLL
for 2014 FLL Competition

Glassboro STEM Academy
Students accepted to the Academy will be given a specialized STEM education where academic teachers team up with Rowan to offer activities that include college credit classes, and participation in both high school and college engineering programs.

Glassboro STEM Academy

Project SEED by the American Chemical Society South Jersey Local Section hosted at Rowan University
Project SEED is an American Chemical Society (ACS) sponsored summer research program for high school students. This program provides an opportunity to perform mentored, guided research in a University laboratory setting for 8-weeks over the summer.

National Website
General Information
A Look at Summer 2014

Rowan Academy of Mobile Programming (RAMP)
Program hosted by Dr. John Robinson at Rowan University to teach computer science principles to k-12 students and educators by empowering them to create their own mobile apps and engage them personally, as well as infusing energy and excitement into computer science education.

2015 RAMP for Students
More Information

Resources for Students

Global STEM Alliance
International Journal of STEM Education
South Jersey Technology Park at Rowan University

Rowan STEM Center Homepage