STEM for Young Scholars: Program to return summer 2021


Youth in CollegeSTEM for Young Scholars Grades 6-8
Program to return summer 2021

A summer enrichment experience for students in grades 6-9

Youth in CollegeSTEM for Young Scholars is a summer program designed for students who are currently in grades 6-8 and are interested in participating in unique programs that UWSP has to offer within the STEM fields. STEM for Young Scholars is hosted by the Talent Development Center and held at University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point.

What is required in the application process?
STEM for Young Scholars has an online application which can be found under the registration link found on the right side of this webpage.

All STEM for Young Scholars applications will be reviewed by the admissions committee and potential program participants will be notified of their admittance into their program within two weeks after the application deadline.

What is the program cost?
The Stevens Point Area Public School District is supporting In-District students by covering the majority of the program cost requiring SPAPSD students to only pay $15 supply fee per course. For students who are joining from outside of the SPAPSD the program cost will be $140 per student per course. 

What is the structure of the program? 
The instructors for the STEM for Young Scholars program are college professors and field specialists with doctoral degrees who have been selected for their exemplary teaching, subject matter expertise, enthusiasm, and enjoyment of teaching high academic ability students. Classes are small (10-16) to allow for individualized instruction.

What classes are offered? 
A list of class offerings can be found in the links located on the right side menu of this site under the classes link.


Check out our Lego Robotics Course from STEM for Young Scholars 2017!
  
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