Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Programs (GEARUP) is a federally funded program housed at WSU Tri-Cities. This organization provides activities and supports for cohorts of students in the K-12 system. GEARUP advisors are funded through this grant to coordinate activities and supports for students with the goal of post high school enrollment and completion of degree programs.
21st Century grant supports extracurricular learning at Pasco elementary schools. Students and families at four elementary schools in Pasco will benefit from after-school programming and extracurricular learning experiences thanks to $2.5 million 21st Century Community Learning Center grant to Washington State University Tri-Cities.
Upward Bound started in 1964 as a result of the Equal Opportunity Act in an effort to provide opportunity for higher education to historically under-represented populations. Upward Bound staff work one on one with each student and are personally committed to the success of their students.
WSU Tri-Cities Educational Outreach and Partnership serves our region’s needs through the facilitation of STEM Education opportunities bringing K-12, college, and university students together with industry. Our goals are to develop STEM literacy, work-preparedness, career pathways, and readiness through quality degree programs. We achieve these goals by providing the following experiences:
WSU Tri-Cities’ Career Services facilitates meaningful relationships between industry leaders and our students through an innovative program called Partners in Career Development. We are looking for professionals in the community to partner with career services to give professional and career advice and share skills with students who are interested in specific fields.
How can industry encourage Computer Science Education advancement in the K-12 System?
Watch the recorded meeting by clicking the video on the below.
For more information:
Microsoft® TEALS Contacts: Keithe Williams (Keithe@tealsk12.org) and Emilie Barnard (email@example.com)
Apply online: aka.ms/TEALSTriCitiesApp
Twitter, Instagram: @TEALSProgram
Due to the COVID19 impacts, all mentoring events are on ‘hold.’
We connect a team of professionals to a group of high school students to mentor and coach them through a Hands-on Project-based Learning experience. Using your area of expertise, your team will partner with a science or math class to outline a problem. The student-team will work on solutions throughout the academic semester/year and present their solutions back to your team. This relationship creates a positive connection for high school students with potential careers and pathways in STEM.
Due to the COVID19 impacts, tours are on ‘hold.’
WSU Tri-Cities provides tours designed for High, Middle, and Elementary Schools. Classes of students, under the supervision of their teachers/advisors, will get a specialized tour of the campus, meet faculty from multiple colleges to learn about possible careers through degree programs offered on the campus.
Due to the COVID19 impacts, this year’s Summer STEM Camps are canceled.
High School Summer STEM Camps
Middle School Summer STEM Camps
Elementary School Summer STEM Camps