These programs encourage students in underrepresented groups to master challenging content and think critically in science, technology, mathematics, and health-related subjects.
Through coursework and hands-on experience, minority students will be better able to transition to the workforce in science, technology, health, and math careers, which are in high demand. Preparing students for these fields builds a more competitive workforce to foster growth of the U.S. economy.
High School Science Advancement Program
Provides academic enrichment in science and mathematics.
College Science Advancement Program
Supporting college students from underrepresented groups.