9th & 10th graders wanted, Temple Upward Bound
Posted by Temple University on September 21, 2015
UPWARD BOUND – FREE COLLEGE PREP FOR 9TH AND 1OTH GRADERS!
Funded by the U.S Department of Education, the Temple University Upward Bound Program (UB) is a comprehensive program developed to enhance the academic skills, leadership, and preparation of high school students who have an interest in attending college. While providing students with academic support, career exploration, technological skill development, UB provides extensive assistance to students in their college preparation, identification and applications process. UB offers a 6-week summer residential program at Temple University and an after school and Saturday Program during the academic year. Once students are selected to participate, academic support and personal development opportunities are available to them until their high school graduation.
MATH SCIENCE UPWARD BOUND
Temple University’s Math Science Upward Bound Program (MSUB) is a comprehensive program developed to enhance the academic skills and preparation of talented high school students who have an interest in pursuing STEM careers. While providing students with academic support and hands-on science, technology, and math experience and exploration, MSUB will also assist students in the college preparation, identification, and application process. Funded by the U.S. Department of Education, MSUB provides a 6-week summer residential program on the campus of Temple University, and an after school and Saturday Program during the academic year
Current 9th & 10th graders interested in being admitted this fall may send an email to [email protected] to request an application.
Fall admission application deadline: September 30th
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