We are now accepting applications for the 2014-15 Math-Science-Leadership Program! The summer program will be July 7-25, 2014 from 8:30-3:30pm on the UW Tacoma campus and tuition is free. See the applications below and email email@example.com if you have any questions. Please take a look at this year's flyer: 2014 MSL Program
You Can Support MSL
UW Tacoma is proud to launch a new crowdfunding site called USEED@UW with a project to support the Math-Science-Leadership Program. The S.T.E.M. 4 All Project to support MSL runs through June 27, 2014. We welcome gifts of any size, from $5 up, and your gift is 100% tax-deductible. Make your gift today!
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The mission of The MSL Program is to encourage, motivate, and inspire students to succeed in science, technology, engineering, mathematics (STEM) and develop the leadership and academic skills necessary to pursue a career in STEM fields.
Since 2003, the Math-Science-Leadership Program (MSL) has been creating positive educational experiences that enhance academic success and access to career pathways in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). MSL serves youth in grades 7-12 that are historically underrepresented in STEM (low-income, minority, female and potential first-generation college students).
MSL brings together youth with students and faculty from UW Tacoma for an engaging three-week summer program and community-building monthly events throughout the school year. MSL develops supportive cohorts that build positive science-linked identities, academic and leadership skills over six years and creates capacity for community-serving institutions to collaboratively build increase youths’ ability to participate in the economies of the future.
By bringing together the ideas and needs of community groups that serve K-12 youth, post secondary institutions of learning and industry, MSL fosters these long-term impacts:
- Reducing achievement gaps for students in science and mathematics compared to peers who have not participated in MSL;
- Increasing diversity of students who enroll in and complete STEM college degrees;
- Increase Tacoma community engagement in K-12 STEM informal education efforts.