STEM Week of Discovery

Applications Coming in Spring 2015!

 
This four-day program will introduce interested graduating high school students to a variety of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) majors, as well as provide hands-on activities related to these majors. Our main goal is to give students and introduction to the world of STEM while also making them aware of the services that can help them be successful college students. An introduction to STEM success strategies and student support services aid in a smooth transition to a four year university. This four-day interactive experience will help to build a strong network of peers, faculty, and staff that will connect students with academic resources and encouragement needed throughout their education at Allan Hancock College and beyond!


Students who participate and complete the four-day program will receive a $200.00 book voucher to be used at the Allan Hancock College Bookstore.

 

Graduating High School students, Come join us for a week of:

  • Meeting new friends
  • Networking with Allan Hancock College Faculty
  • Hands-on interactive activities
  • Free food and prizes
  • Parent information session about achieving academic success and how to help your student accomplish a seamless transition to Allan Hancock College and beyond!

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Blanca Barriga

Blanca Barriga
Accounting Student

"Hancock has been making a big difference in my life. I really recommend Allan Hancock College to anyone that has English as a second language. [The instructors] help me and try to explain every single thing. This is really interesting for me: Assets, liabilities. . . I'm learning a lot in the accounting program. I want to have better opportunities. That's why I wanted to come to Hancock."
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Stem stories of success

STEM Stories of Success
Current and former Allan Hancock College students discuss the benefits of joining the STEM program.

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Last Modified Sep 12, 2014