ESTEEM SER-QUEST Summer 2018
NO COST TO Students/Parents - 4 Week Summer Program
ESTEEM/SER-Quest is a research focused summer program for students who are currently in the 10th and 11th grades and who are looking for an engineering research internship for the summer 2018 year. ESTEEM/SER-Quest is outlined below. Please share with students who who have an interest in engineering and who are looking for a research internship project. Here is the link to the program application: http://www.cmse.umd.edu/summer/esteem-serquest Any student who is currently in the 10th or 11th grade may apply for the program. The target populations are underrepresented students in engineering (African American, Latino/Hispanic/Puerto Rican, Native American or American Indian ), low-income students, and military dependents.
Students who have a strong interest in majoring in engineering in college
Howard University School of Business Summer Enrichment Programs
FREE summer opportunity with your students. I will be accepting applications until May 18, 2018. FREE Housing and Board included.
FREE STEM Camp
USDA Office of the Chief Information Officer and the Data Science Program at George Washington University are teaming up to design and deliver a tuition-free “summer camp” in 2018 for high-school students (ages 15-17) in the Washington Metro Area that focuses on using Open Data related to Science, Technology, Engineering, Agriculture, and Math (STEAM).
Grade Appeal Process
TIPS FOR ADDRESSING QUESTIONS AND CONCERNS
Bowie High School is a large school in a very large school district. Bowie serves over 2,300 students with varying academic and social needs. In any complex environment, it can be challenging to get what you need, when you need it.
Here are a couple of tips for navigating the system:
#1 Follow the Guide to Addressing Questions and Concerns from the Office of the Ombudsman: A guide for addressing a host of concerns, from grading policies, social concerns, transportation, and disciplinary matters can be accessed here:
Never heard of the Ombudsman? Here's a brief video explaining this free service and the role of the Ombudsman
#2 Try the brand new "Let's Talk" portal. The PGCPS Parent and Community Advisory Council recently discussed the availability of this new platform that can be used to submit concerns, or compliments!
Here are a few strategies for advocating effectively from Lori Morrow, member of the PGCPS Parent & Community Advisory Council
#1 Identify solutions.
#2 Do your research. Decisions are made at the classroom level, state level, and every level in between. Who has the ability to impact the issue?
#3 Work as a team. Network with parents and staff at your school, as well as other schools and community groups.
All high school seniors who are residents of the state of Maryland, age 16 or over, are eligible to apply. Student pages work for two non-consecutive weeks at either the House of Delegates or the Senate in Annapolis.
All interested students should complete the attached electronic application form and e-mail it to Mr. Richard Moody, Supervisor, Office of Student Engagement and School Support at [email protected].
Attention: Juniors and Seniors