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Our Programs

Young Emerging Scientists STEM Program

4th-9th Grade Girls

STEM workshops are learned by doing where each session is designed to complete a project and links to a STEM career Troubleshooting is required during the STEM workshops.

We have 8 to 10 STEM workshops within a year (2 to 3 in the Spring, 4 in the Summer and 2 in the Fall) – 4hrs/workshop.

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Annual Math Program

4th-10th Grade

This program works to solidify math foundation skills, improve opinions about math, reduce the fear of math, implies fun interactive drills and math-related activities to solidify a foundation, improve post-assessment scoring, and creates a firm math foundation which leads to a higher chance of choosing a STEM career.

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Peer Mentors:
Youth Assistant Instructor Programs

10th-12th Grade

This program is aimed to engage 10th – 12th graders in STEM workshops as assistance to instructors. Participants learn to serve as mentors to the younger students. They will also gain basic project management, leadership, problem-solving, and public speaking skills.

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College Intern Program

We partner with local colleges and universities to obtain student interns. The main requirement is to have a passion to work with youth and great communication skills. We do prefer students with a STEM major. Our college interns have varied responsibilities such as researching the latest STEM news and sharing on social media, creating designs for upcoming programming to troubleshooting equipment and curriculum. We accept applications on a semester basis. Send an email here info@jewelsacademy.org if you are interested! Applications are accepted every Spring and Summer Semesters (March – June).

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How Can We Improve?

Continuous improvement is a priority of our programs to ensure we meet the needs of under-represented and under-served populations. We welcome your feedback.