K-12 STEM EDUCATION AT TULANE UNIVERSITY’S SCHOOL OF SCIENCE AND ENGINEERING
The Center for K-12 STEM Education at Tulane University is preparing the next generation of entrepreneurs, engineers and scientists for success. Since 2007, this program has helped inspire over 13,000 middle and high school students and teachers by providing exceptional hands-on educational opportunities on Tulane’s campus and the surrounding community.
If you believe in building the STEM pipeline and in offering unique, gender-specific programs, now is the time to invest in this important program! Your support for programs such as the Tulane Science Scholars Program, Perry Initiative for inspiring women in orthopedics and bioengineering, Girls in STEM, and the creation of the new
Boys in STEM program, provides a bright future for students. Help the School of Science and Engineering play a vital role in providing kids with the eye-opening opportunities of STEM education by making a gift today. To underwrite the cost of attendance for one student, please consider a gift of:
$50 – send one participant to Girls in STEM or Boys in STEM
$200 – send one participant to the Perry Initiative
$1,250 – send one participant to a single course at Tulane Science Scholars Program
For additional information on K-12 STEM outreach, please click here.