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The College of Science and Technology at Millersville University is pleased to announce the 36th annual Summer Science Training Program for students 8th-12th grade with an interest in STEM, June 24-28 and July 8-12. Read more.
The College of Science and Technology at Millersville University is pleased to announce the 36th annual Summer Science Training Program (SSTP) for students with an interest in STEM. Two distinct five-day sessions of science, math, and technology workshops will be taught consecutively, with each session consisting of 10 stimulating topics under the STEM umbrella. The Summer Science Training Program has been well received by everyone involved, including students, parents, and teachers. We encourage all students entering 8th through 12th grade in the fall of 2024 to include this engaging and enriching mathematics, science, and technology program in their summer schedule.
The program calendar includes two, five-day sessions held during the weeks of June 24-June 28, 2024, (Session 1 for grades 8-9) and July 8-July 12, 2024, (Session 2 for grades 10-12). During each session, students will be engaged in exciting hands-on activities during three-hour workshops from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Participants will use fully equipped labs and classroom facilities in Millersville University’s Science and Technology Complex. SSTP participants will benefit from the extensive experience of the Millersville University mathematics, science, and technology faculty and staff who serve as instructors for all workshops. Students can register for a session based on their grade as of fall 2024.
Additional program information can be found, and registration and payment can be made directly through the SSTP website. The cost of year’s program is $250 per Session, which covers instructional costs and supplies. Due to limited lab space and equipment, early registration is encouraged to ensure participation.
REGISTRATION OPENS MARCH 1ST
Registration Deadlines: June 20, 2024, for Session 1, July 5, 5024 for Session 2
OR when each session reaches 24 participants (whichever comes first).
Please share this program information with your faculty and students. If you have any questions, you may refer to the program website or contact the College of Science and Technology Dean’s Office at 717-871-4292.
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