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Pre K – Kindergarten Curriculum

Mathseeds teaches kids aged 3-9 the core math and problem solving skills needed to be successful at school with fun, highly interactive and rewarding lessons.

2. MCP Mathematics.
MCP Mathematics promotes mathematical success for all students, especially those who struggle with their core math program. This trusted, targeted program uses a traditional drill and practice format with a predictable, easy-to-use lesson format. MCP Math is flexible and adaptable to fit a variety of intervention settings including after school, summer school, and additional math instruction during the regular school day.

This book is a complete curriculum for children of age 3. This colorful, 240-page book uses engaging activities and easy-to-follow explanations and examples to teach the concepts of counting, adding, and subtracting using the numbers 1 – 5. It also teaches geometric shapes, colors, sequencing, classification, and visual tracking. It is both a textbook and workbook that teaches all of the math skills children are expected to know entering kindergarten—and several concepts normally taught in kindergarten.

Miquon Math is a hands-on math curriculum for Grades 1-3, developed in the 1960s by Lore Rasmussen at the Miquon School in Pennsylvania. Its tactile lab approach helps children actively explore math concepts, learning by doing.
The program comprises six student books, two for each grade, and three teacher support books. An important component is the use of Cuisenaire rods as a physical and visual connection to math concepts.

5. Shiller Math.
ShillerLearning is the premiere homeschool publisher of preK – 8th-grade Montessori-based curriculum kits.
Designed for gifted students, ASD students, and all students in between, ShillerLearning’s money-saving multi-year kits remove the stress of teaching math and language arts while protecting your pocketbook.
Hearts and Hands. Colorful pictures and drill-based .

6. Mac’s Abacus Basic.
Main Features
• Highest quality Abacus and full color Workbook.
• 300 very attractive Picture Lessons and 60 Examples.
• Complete Teaching Guide with answers and comments for each Lesson.
• Special Memory Beads stay in place during rough handling, yet slide easily.
• Tape-on Legend Strips relate Target Objects to Bead Rows.
Available seperately: Removable, Reusable Sticky-back Legend Set
• Printing Template provided for children to learn to print numbers.
• Lesson Planner describes all Concepts and lists their page numbers.
• Various interpretations of Bead Rows stimulate Creative Thinking.

7. Kinder Math.
KinderMath™ Curriculum is a Kindergarten Math Curriculum set of 15 units and are teacher created, kid-tested, and most importantly kid-approved! KinderMath™ curriculum takes away that monotonous way of teaching math where students sit and listen to the teacher TEACH math. Instead, KinderMath™ encourages guidance from the teacher while the students TEACH and LEARN math through hands-on and engaging math activities with their partners. KinderMath™ units are made up of 10 instructional days in each unit but can be adjusted to fit your classroom needs. The units include a pre and post test as a way to ensure student growth over the unit. KinderMath units also SPIRAL learning constantly! They do not teach the concept and then leave it behind. We will continue to review those previously taught skills! These are just a few highlights you’ll see using the KinderMath Units; kids talking about math, kids using manipulatives, activities that are fun + engaging, learning that requires critical thinking!
KinderMath curriculum is a 35 week math curriculum that includes lesson plans that break down a 60 minute block math time into these sections {whole-group number sense, collaborative number sense aka pair work, whole-group fluency, whole-group math lesson, collaborate lesson follow-up aka pair work, and independent practice aka worksheet}. The units will also include any and all cards needed to make the lessons successful! You will just need to provide the manipulatives like teddy bears or snap cubes!
KinderMath is a simple print and teach math curriculum. No more tracking down ideas, worksheets, cards, etc! I have it covered!

8. IXL
.On IXL, math is more than just numbers. With unlimited questions, engaging item types, and real-world scenarios, IXL helps learners experience math at its most mesmerizing!

Kindergarten – 12th-grade Curriculum

A+ Interactive Math.
1. A+ TutorSoft, Inc. provides Multi-Sensory Interactive Math Full Curriculum products to help students improve their grades at all levels. Our Multi-Sensory Interactive Math Full Curriculum products help the homeschooling families as well as public and private school teachers and students.

2. Arithmetic, An Individualized Approach
Arithmetic, An Individualized Approach can be used by students in need of a complete arithmetic course or for those with holes in their backgrounds that constantly interfere with progress in math courses beyond arithmetic.

3. CTCMath
• Learn at your pace, not somebody else’s
• Stop and rewind the teacher until you get it
• Build confidence
• 24 x 7 unlimited access when you want it
• Catch up or get ahead
• Start getting better grades

4. Singapore Math Inc.

Primary Mathematics series of elementary math textbooks and workbooks is meant to be part of a system of learning in which adult supervision and independent practice go hand in hand. Students are provided with the necessary learning experiences beginning with the concrete and pictorial stages, followed by the abstract stage to enable them to learn mathematics meaningfully. This approach encourages active thinking process, communication of mathematical ideas and problem solving, which helps develop the foundation students will need for more advanced mathematics.

Practice exercises are designed to provide the students with further practice after they have done the relevant workbook exercises. Review exercises are provided for cumulative reviews of concepts and skills. All the practice exercises and review exercises are optional exercises.
The teacher’s guides are designed to help teachers understand the course material and prepare for the day’s lessons. The lessons have been developed according to the approach and methodology central to the series. Detailed, step-by-step lesson plans and introductory content are provided to assist teachers in using the Primary Mathematics programs.

6. iLearn

iLearn supports teachers and students with more flexible delivery options, easier learning and administration, and higher levels of success.

The Life of Fred series is a complete set of math books written by Dr. Stanley Schmidt that covers everything from basic first-grade arithmetic all the way through university math and statistics.

8. All K-8 curriculum is available to ST Math Homeschool users throughout the entire length of their annual subscription. The program’s levels are organized by grade, and parents can change their student’s level at any time. That means, for example, a student could start using the program at a third-grade level and end the year working at a fourth-grade level or beyond..

9. Thinkwell’s
online video courses feature engaging lessons from award-winning professors, along with automatically graded exercises and more. It’s like having a world-class university professor right by your side.

10. Chalk Dust

For Basic Math through Calculus I the DVDs, textbooks and solution guides are carefully correlated to provide a quality solution to upper elementary, secondary, and early college mathematics education. We also offer an extremely comprehensive DVD program (over 15 hours) to prepare for the ACT or SAT or any placement test.

11. Math-U-See
If you are looking for a manipulative-based curriculum that ensures your children will be able to fully understand each mathematical concept before moving on to another one, you have found it. For more than 20 years Math-U-See’s renowned mastery-based, multisensory, student-paced program has been the answer for countless families. Math-U-See is a complete, comprehensive K-12 math curriculum that uses manipulatives to illustrate and teach the concepts. If you regularly experience tears from your child whenever new mathematical topics are introduced, you need Math-U-See’s systematic, precept-upon-precept math program.

12. Horizons Math
For the child who thrives on a challenge and finds math a wonderful mystery to be solved, choose Horizons Math. Analytical reasoning, memorization, and drill applied to real-life situations.

13. AoPS Online

Since 2003, the AoPS online school has provided a unique learning experience carefully designed for outstanding students studying online. We offer a full math curriculum for middle and high school, introductory programming courses, and specialty courses to prepare students for particular math and science competitions. Most of our courses meet weekly for live sessions, and have a variety of types of weekly homework.

14. KHAN ACADEMY (free)

15Math Mammoth

The aim of my books is first and foremost to explain math in very simple terms, yet rigorously, concentrating on helping students understand the actual concepts of math. I use visual models and exercises based on them a lot because they are pretty much equivalent to using manipulatives, and help children understand how math works. After working with visual models, students can then transition to the more abstract exercises.

16. Mathletics

Mathletics is a captivating online math learning space providing students with all the tools they need to be successful learners, both in the classroom and beyond. Powerful courses aligned to state-based standards including the Common Core, TEKS and MAFS, from Kindergarten through High School – matched with dynamic tools and reporting for teachers. Mathletics supports and caters to each teacher’s unique blend of student-driven learning and teacher-led instruction.

Games/Apps/Learning Tools


Schools and Programs

1 .AlphaStar Academy
AlphaStar Academy offers extensive training programs for gifted students towards national and international Math and Science competitions such as MathCounts, American Mathematics Competitions, USA Math Olympiads, USA Computing Olympiads, F=ma, and USA Physics Olympiads.

2. Areteem Institute
Areteem Institute is an educational institution that develops and provides in-depth and advanced math and science programs for High School, Middle School and Elementary School students and teachers. Areteem programs are accredited supplementary programs by WASC (Western Association of Schools and Colleges). The curricula meet and exceed the Common Core State Standards and we are listed under the Enrichment Programs section of the Naviance online college readiness system for students, teachers and school districts across the US. Students may attend the Areteem Institute part time or full-time through these options:

BEAM is a program that brings advanced enrichment learning to low-income students. We inspire joy in kids who hunger for this opportunity and are ready to excel—if only someone gives them the chance.

The mission of C THE World Academy is to enrich students, teachers, and the general public in the areas of science, math and critical thinking skills.  C THE World will develop students’ STEM-based knowledge through a system of logical, yet creative steps.

5. The Chesapeake Math Program offers math and science clubs, classes, and contest opportunities to students in Maryland, D.C., and northern Virginia. We sponsor teams for many programs, both national and local, at the high school, middle school, and elementary school levels, and we offer scholarships or small grants in math and the sciences. We began as the Howard Area Homeschoolers in 2001, and the program soon expanded to include students from all types of schools, including public, private, and charter schools.

6. Cooperative Highly Accelerated Mathematics Program (CHAMP)
CHAMP is an accelerated math program for qualified students in grades 7-9, taught by MSU professors. CHAMP is designed so that the participating students will complete in two years the math content assigned in Michigan High School Content Expectations (HSCE) for all four years of high school as well as meet the Common Core National Standards. In their first year of CHAMP, students study Algebra I and Algebra II. In the second year, CHAMP students study Geometry and a standard pre-calculus course (Trigonometry, Analytic Geometry, College Algebra, and a brief introduction to calculus concepts). Need-based scholarships are available. CHAMP programs are offered at MSU’s campus in East Lansing, as well as in Lapeer County and Novi, Michigan.

We are a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) magnet residential high school for scholars in grades 9-12 who enjoy stretching their brains in new and challenging directions. Our students hail from across the state of Maine and around the world. They come for inquiry, camaraderie, and a unique high school experience. Here students, staff, and faculty engage in energetic intellectual sparring served up with encouragement and support

8.  MathBootCamps
MathBootCamps provides free lessons and videos to help explain all kinds of math concepts from algebra to statistics. We also offer study guides, problem packs, calculator guides, and courses.

9. University of Minnesota Talented Youth Mathematics Program (UMTYMP) (Minneapolis, MN)
UMTYMP provides a challenging alternative for Minnesota’s talented mathematics students in grades 6-12. The highly accelerated courses are specially designed to provide these students with an intense academic experience that will stimulate their mathematical interest and abilities. The program, offered through the University of Minnesota School of Mathematics Center for Educational Programs (MathCEP), is partially supported by an appropriation from the State of Minnesota. Students currently in grades 5-7 are identified and recommended by their schools as eligible for entering UMTYMP at the Algebra level. The University of Minnesota also offers an affiliated Saturday Enrichment program.

10. Treasure Valley Math and Science Center
TVMSC Since its opening in 2004, the Treasure Valley Mathematics and Science Center of the Independent School District of Boise City has served as a magnet school program offered to exceptional public, private and home-schooled students in Southwest Idaho. TVMSC is a unique learning community offering a seamless, integrated progression of challenging mathematics, science, research and technology courses for high potential students in multi-age cohorts from 7th through 12th grades.

At TVMSC, the use of compacting and integration across subject areas enables content to be covered in greater depth and complexity than would generally be possible in traditional instructional settings. Instruction is student-centered and inquiry-based; incorporating research-based, hands-on investigations to integrate mathematics, science, communication and technology.  Key focal points of the instructional program are group and paired activities that require students to work as members of research teams. Students collaborate in posing questions, designing experiments, acquiring and analyzing data and presenting their findings. The TVMSC program also strongly emphasizes the development of soft skills, in addition to pure academics. The soft skills that are emphasized include organization, time management, communication skills, perseverance and responsibility for meeting deadlines. TVMSC strives to support students in their development of positive leadership qualities.

11. Army Educational Outreach Program
Provides both students and teachers a collaborative, cohesive, portfolio of Army-sponsored STEM programs that effectively engage, inspire, and attract the next generation of STEM talent through K through college programs and expose them to Department of Defense STEM careers.

12. The Advanced Math and Science Academy Charter in Massachusetts (Marlborough, MA)
AMSA will create an atmosphere of celebration of knowledge where children of all backgrounds and abilities excel in all subjects, especially in math, science and technology, empowering them to succeed in the workplace in our modern high-tech world.


MAA American Mathematics Competitions
The MAA’s American Mathematics Competitions (MAA AMC) program leads the nation in strengthening the mathematical capabilities of the next generation of problem-solvers. Through classroom resources and friendly competition, the MAA AMC program helps America’s educators identify talent and foster a love of mathematics. The MAA AMC program positively impacts the analytical skills needed for future careers in an innovative society.

2. The American Regions Mathematics League’s annual competition brings together the nation’s finest students. They meet, compete against, and socialize with one another, forming friendships and sharpening their mathematical skills. Since its inception in 1976, ARML has snowballed, burgeoned, and mushroomed into a national program, involving almost 2000 students and teachers from almost every state. Simply put, ARML is the World Series of mathematics competitions. The contest is written for high school students, although some exceptional junior high students attend each year. The competition consists of several events, which include a team round, a power question (in which a team solves proof-oriented questions), an individual round, two relay rounds (in which a contestant solves a problem and passes his/her answer to another team member, who uses this answer to solve another problem), and a super relay. In all, about 120+ teams will participate. A team consists of 15 students, high school age or lower. The competition takes place the weekend immediately following Memorial Day. Most teams arrive on campus Friday afternoon, stay in University dorms, and leave the day after the competition. The competition begins early Saturday morning at Penn State, the University of Georgia, and the University of Iowa, and in the early evening on Friday at UNLV. Growing fast in popularity, Beestar National Competition (BNC) is the most convenient way for grade school students to participate in a national contest. Never before could students use their flexible spare time to take part in such a significant event.

3. Beestar online competition is designed to bring students nation-wide together to solve interesting problems and have fun competing with one another. Based on the widely accepted school curricula, it is open to students of all states and all skill levels. Parents will find out how their kids are doing beyond their local school districts

4. The Caribou Mathematics Competition is a worldwide online contest that is held six times throughout the school year. Each of these days, five contests are offered, one for each of the grade levels 3/4, 5/6, 7/8, 9/10 and 11/12 and each one in English, French and Persian.
The Caribou Cup is the series of all Caribou Contests in one school year. Each student’s ranking in the Caribou Cup is determined by their performance in their best 5 of 6 contests through the school year.
All support materials (written solutions, current year and previous years contests as online practice tests, online math and logic games, online mini-courses) are also available without contest participation. Many of them are free.

4. The Clean Tech Competition is a unique, worldwide research and design challenge for pre-college youth. The program encourages scientific understanding of real-world issues and the integration of environmentally responsible energy sources. Each year, the Clean Tech Competition addresses an issue that is grounded in core technological competency areas and focuses on the next great engineering challenges. The competition is designed to foster a deeper understanding of STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) related concepts, recognize outstanding talent, and prepare the next generation of globally competitive innovators.
5. eCYBERMISSION is a web-based Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics competition for 6th, 7th, 8th and 9th-grade teams. Your team will propose a solution to a real problem in your community and compete for State, Regional and National Awards.
eCYBERMISSION challenges you to explore how Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics work in your world.

6. Founded in 1998, the Harvard-MIT Mathematics Tournament (HMMT) is one of the largest and most prestigious high school competitions in the world. Each tournament draws close to 1000 students from around the globe, including top scorers at national and international olympiads. HMMT is entirely student-organized, by students at Harvard, MIT, and nearby schools, many of whom are HMMT alumni themselves.

The Junior Science and Humanities Symposia (JSHS) Program promotes and publicly recognizes students for outstanding achievement in original research and experimentation in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) at the high school level. By connecting talented students, their teachers, and research professionals, JSHS aims to widen the pool of students prepared to conduct research vital to our nation.

8. The Mandelbrot Competition, now in its twenty-sixth year, is an excellent mathematical resource for students and teachers alike. We believe that problem solving is one of the most effective means for exploring the world of mathematics, and that contests provide an exciting and motivational setting in which to do so.
Traditionally we have offered two contests at the high school level. The first is the Mandelbrot Competition, which adheres to a short answer format and takes place in five rounds spread throughout the school year. The range of topics and contest levels is designed to engage students with only a modest background while still stretching the most advanced students. The second is the Mandelbrot Team Play, emphasizing mathematical writing skills and effective group work. This contest is typically held in three rounds during the winter months to help experienced students prepare for events such as the USAMO. (The Team Play is not currently being offered.)

9. iTest
iTest is an application which allows you to take advantage of the best of computerised examination.

10. By inviting students of any national or ethnic origin to the International Competition in Mathematics : Math Kangaroo we make an effort to:
• Encourage students to master their mathematical knowledge.
• Give them confidence in their ability for comprehending mathematics.
• Help them understand how mathematics applies in nature’s laws and human activities.
• Develop their ability to derive pleasure and satisfaction through intellectual life.
• Show that mathematical education is significant in every part of the world.

11. The Math League has Math Contests for Grades 4 through 8, Algebra 1 students, and High School Students. Over one million students from the United States and Canada participate in Math League Contests each year. Every contest has questions from different areas of mathematics. The goal is to encourage student interest and confidence in mathematics through solving worthwhile problems. Many students first develop an interest in mathematics through problem-solving activities such as these contests. Schools compete in statewide or multistate league competitions.

12. MATHCOUNTS Competition Series
We cultivate talent in the nation’s brightest young minds through the MATHCOUNTS Competition Series. We bring together students from all 50 states in a series of in-person contests—the only competition program of its kind.

13. Mathematical Olympiads for Elementary and Middle Schools (MOEMS)
Math Problem solving contests for teams of up to 35 students in grades 4 through 8.
It is open only to schools, home schools, and institutes (NOT INDIVIDUALS).

14. The Advantage Testing Foundation Math Prize for Girls is the largest math prize for girls in the world. Each fall at MIT, nearly 300 young female mathematicians compete in our challenging test of mathematical creativity and insight. Our goal is to promote gender equity in the STEM professions and to encourage young women with exceptional potential to become mathematical and scientific leaders.

15. Meridian Stories
Meridian Stories is a Maine-based non-profit founded in 2011. Every year, Meridian Stories offers 20 digital storytelling competitions in Language Arts, Mathematics, Science and History for teams of students in middle and high schools. Schools register for the program by paying an annual subscription rate that provides access to all 20 challenges and the capacity to compete with other schools in the Meridian community. Teams work collaboratively over a three to four week period to complete their media production and upload them to the Meridian site. While Meridian Stories is designed for use by the whole school, the local programs for the Gifted and Talented community of students have been its biggest advocates.

16. MIT THINKS Scholars
What is THINK?
THINK is an annual science research and innovation competition for high school students. Rather than requiring students to have completed a research project before applying, THINK instead caters to students who have done extensive research on the background of a potential research project and are looking for additional guidance in the early stages of their project. The program is organized by a group of undergraduate.

17. The National Academic League motivates and recognizes academic athletes much like their athletic peers. By successfully combining the important aspects of team sports — such as competitiveness, strategy, teamwork and cooperation in a group effort — with important aspects of learning — such as problem solving, critical thinking and scholarship — the NAL generates the same popular enthusiasm and pride as do sports teams. It’s cool to be smart!

Making role models of young scholars has a tremendous peer-group effect that is positive throughout the schools. NAL® students gain essential skills and experiences that they carry with them all through their lives. NAL® games promote educational soundness. Students learn how to learn and by extension how to work and become successful, productive adults. All levels of students can compete. Participating students are honored for their scholarly endeavors with trophies, medals, and recognition as well as peer and community attention. By each season’s end, each league has determined a champion school that participates in the National Tournament conducted through video conferencing NAL

18. The National Number Knockout competition was founded in 2014 by a group of students participating in a gap year program. The Mandala students, as they were called, strove to create a mission filled entrepreneurial experience that would create a lasting legacy. In 2016 the competition was acquired by Classical Conversations, and our company continues to “Knockout Innumeracy” through N2K. In the past four years, we have given away over $140,000 in prizes to encourage a love of numbers nation-wide.

19. Noetic Learning Math Contest
The Noetic Learning Math Contest (NLMC) is a semiannual problem-solving contest for elementary and middle school students.
The goal of the competition is to encourage students’ interest in math, to develop their problem solving skills, and to inspire them to excel in math.
During the contest, students are given 45 minutes to solve 20 problems. Many problems are designed to challenge students and to enrich their problem solving experiences.
The contest is for students in grades 2-8. Teachers in any public school or private school are encouraged to register their students

20. Perennial Math has three types of competition for students in grades 3-12:
1-An Online competition (grades 3-8) with two separate seasons to choose from;
2-Live On-Site tournaments hosted at colleges or schools (grades 3-8);
3-WebEx Virtual tournaments for districts and classrooms (grades 3-12). These are also used for our National Championships.
Our Online competition is international. Math students are COOL and are recognized with our monthly Wall of Fame, cool dog tags for champions, and certificates for all competitors. Math coaches are better prepared because they receive Power Points based on specific types of questions that provide students good solid practice.

21. Ole Miss Math Contest
Ole Miss Math Contest is an educational web site that gives kids the chance to win calculators by competiting in online math puzzles. The site features geometry, alegbra, and middle school problems.

21. Putnam Mathematical Competition
The William Lowell Putnam Mathematical Competition is an annual contest for college students. Each year on the first Saturday in December, over 2,000 students spend six hours (in two sittings) trying to solve 12 problems. Individual and team winners (and their schools, in the latter case) get some money and a few minutes of fame. The Elizabeth Lowell Putnam Prize was established in 1992 to be “awarded periodically to a woman whose performance on the Competition has been deemed particularly meritorious”. Over the years many of the winners of the Putnam competition have become distinguished mathematicians. A number of them have received the Fields Medal and several have won the Nobel Prize in Physics.

22. Tests of Engineering Aptitude, Mathematics, and Science (TEAMS) is an annual competition for middle and high school students designed to help them discover their potential for engineering.
During this one-day competition, students apply math and science knowledge in practical, creative ways to solve real-world engineering challenges

23. The Rocket City Math League is a year-long, student-run, international, four-round math competition for middle and high school students. Tests are sent to registered schools via email before each round, and scores are entered on an online database. Trophies are mailed to the top ranked students and schools at the end of the year. There are five levels of three rounds of individual testing that range from Pre-Algebra to Calculus, and two levels of an Inter-School Test.

USA Mathematical Talent Search (USAMTS)

Summer Programs

1. AwesomeMath Summer Program
It is an intensive summer camp for mathematically gifted students from around the globe. It is designed for bright middle and high school students who wish to hone their problem solving skills in particular and further their mathematics education in general

Our programs are led by distinguished teachers from leading colleges or high schools with experience teaching high-achieving students. Many of these teachers have won major teaching awards and/or hold advanced degrees from top-ranked Ivy League schools. Students excelling in honors and advanced placement STEM classes are encouraged to apply to our pre-college research programs. Top students from 45 states and over 30 countries have enjoyed our hands-on research programs. Students may choose day only or residential programs at three locations in downtown and suburban Boston.

3. Advanced Studies & Leadership
The Advanced Studies & Leadership Program (ASLP) provides a 3 week summer college-like residential experience that emphasizes leadership and development, and project oriented instruction in Science, Technology, Engineering, Math (STEM) areas and the humanities for high achieving students from the Cape Cod Collaborative member districts.

4. ESF Camps (NJ & PA)
Our mission is to provide the finest camp experience for people of all ages- an experience that will be remembered for a lifetime. We are committed to quality and excellence in everything we do. We provide carefully designed programs and activities, a dedicated, experienced and well-trained staff, along with a caring, safe environment with premier facilities. Through education, sports, and fun, we offer opportunities for campers and team members to believe in themselves and to achieve their full potential.

5. Virginia Governor’s School for Math, Science & Technology
summer Residential Governor’s Schools
Summer Residential Governor’s Schools provide gifted high school juniors and seniors with intensive educational experiences in visual and performing arts; humanities; mathematics, science, and technology; life science and medicine; or through mentorships in marine science or engineering.
Each Summer Residential Governor’s School focuses on one special area of interest. Students live on a college or university campus for up to five weeks each summer. During this time, students are involved in classroom and laboratory work, field studies, research, individual and group projects and performances, and seminars with noted scholars, visiting artists, and other professionals. In the two mentorships, students are selected to work side-by-side with research scientists, physicians, and a variety of other professionals. A director and a student-life staff provide supervision of students 24 hours a day throughout the program.


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