The STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) program is designed to target students with interest in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM).
The program will give students an experience of a University in USA. The program is organized in collaboration with George Mason University and National Academy of Science. The program includes classroom and lab experience with faculties of the University and exposure to University life style in the dormitory, cafeteria and library. The students will also spend a half day with University’s career counselor to explore any of their interest to join American Universities for higher studies. In addition, these students will also spend half day at World Bank and half day at Smithsonian Museum learning about entrepreneurship, development issues and American History. These students will also be given conducted sightseeing tour of Washington, DC, and New York.
School must assign minimum one accompanying teacher. All students must have a valid passport to travel. School will recruit their students and teachers. None of the students will be allowed to leave the group at any time for safety and security.
The program will be 2 weeks long.
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