Science, Technology, Engineering & Math (STEM) Magnet Program

STEM Internships Information Night

Wednesday, November 1  6pm

Mandatory for ALL STEM Juniors & Parents – Overview of Internship Program
Includes: internship structure, application process, opportunity examples, and more

STEM INTERNSHIPS ARE A STEM GRADUATION REQUIREMENT

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Link to AACPS Advanced Studies & Programs Website

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As part of the Anne Arundel County Public Schools Programs of Choice, the Science, Technology, Engineering & Math (STEM) Magnet program offers an educational choice for academically able and motivated students interested in rigorous and relevant studies.

STEM students learn in a challenging, high-tech atmosphere using real-world problems and a hands-on approach.  Instruction is integrated across disciplines, project-based and involves collaboration through job shadowing and internships with corporate partners.
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The STEM magnet program requires students to begin in the 9th grade.  The on-line application is open from October to early December only.  All applications are evaluated to ensure that candidates meet the minimum requirements for the program and final selections are made by lottery.  For more information about the STEM program, please visit www.aacps.org.

For highlights and information visit AACPS Advanced Studies & Programs

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2017 Incoming Grade 9 STEM Summer Reading Assignments

2017 Project-Based Learning 9 – Challenge Part I

2017 Project-Based Learning 9 – Challenge Part II

2017 Project-Based Learning 9 – Challenge Part III

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.STEM After School Tutoring: ..

Peer Tutoring
Tuesdays and Thursdays, Room A101, 2:15-4:00pm,  Open to all grade levels, sessions provide an opportunity for students to gain help in specific content areas
 
STEM Activity Bus
Tuesdays and Thursdays, 4:15pm
Limited to STEM students ONLY
STEM Study & Organizational Skills
Mondays, Room A101 or C116, During NEST, Blue Block
Thursdays, Room A101, 2:15pm – 3:00pm
Designed for once a week participation. Students welcome to attend both days for extra help
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2017 STEM Profile

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For more information on the STEM program, contact:

STEM Department Chairs:

……….Grades 9 & 10: Ms Jessica White  jcwhite2@aacps.org 

……….Grades 11 & 12: Mr Nick Forman  nforman@aacps.org

STEM Internships:  Ms Hillary Catan  hcatan@aacps.org

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