The Science and Technology Entry Program engage students (grades 7-12) in hands-on experiences in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) career fields. Students participate in a number of STEM educational programs and activities throughout the school year and during the summer. Programs and activities are offered through the Saturday Scholars Academy and the Summer Scholars Academy. The Saturday Scholars Academy also includes afterschool weekday programs on Hofstra University's campus. Parents of STEP participants are encouraged to join Parent Involvement in Education (PIE), to help facilitate student success through supportive parent committees.
If you are eligible and interested in applying please completely fill out the application and contact a STEP coordinator to set up an interview.
To support students interested in pursuing careers in math, science and technology, or those that require pre-licensure.
To provide an environment where students acquire academic and lifelong skills to become outstanding scholars and professionals.
To promote academic excellence in the fields of science, technology and pre-licensure professions through quality support.
Hofstra STEP Program Graduates 100 Local Students from Summer Scholars Academy; Program Offers Exposure to Careers in Science and TechnologyHofstra University’s Science and Technology Entry Project (STEP) offered a Summer Scholars Academy, July 6 to 29, 2010, enrolling 100 students in grades 6-12, who have expressed interested in careers in science and technology or those that require pre-licensure.
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