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Everyone Deserves STEM International Academic Year Program 2022

An immersive 15-week program for students of all ages from around the world to create projects through individualized mentorship.  (limited spots available)

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Looking for an engaging way to immerse yourself in an advanced scientific research project this year? Or are you looking for an experienced mentor that can advise you throughout the entire scientific process at no cost whatsoever? If either of those applies to you, look no further! The Everyone Deserves STEM International Academic Year Program is an online, 15-week initiative designed to help young scientists craft a scientific project that can potentially help solve a pressing issue facing us today. Students will be paired with a mentor that has experience in the project topic that they wish to pursue. At the end of the program, they will be competing in our EDSTEM science and engineering fair for exciting cash prizes. Come join us during the first session on Friday, February 11th by registering on the two-page form below! 

EDSTEM International Academic Year Program Registration

To register, please take the time to fill out the information below on this two-page form. Once completed, you will be sent an automatic email with important information about the materials needed for our program, including google classroom, remind, and zoom.

The schedule for the Everyone Deserves STEM International Academic Year Program 2022 is posted below. Group sessions will be held on zoom (possibly a hybrid approach for our local students) at 6 PM EST every Friday. As this is a tentative schedule, dates are subject to change based on availability and progress on the projects.

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from last year's programs

“Thank you so much for this phenomenal summer program! My daughter thoroughly enjoyed learning from such knowledgable mentors, and she plans to continue pursuing scientific research throughout the year thanks to Everyone Deserves STEM."

-Parent from New Brunswick, NJ, United States

“Because of the amazing mentors and projects, EDSTEM has actually made me really interested in science. I cannot wait to continue attending your future programs! Thank you so much for everything."

-Student from Harare, Zimbabwe

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