The FREE course is held in collaboration with The Princeton Review. This is a multi-week intensive program supporting underserved and underrepresented juniors interested in pursuing a degree in a STEM field at a college or university. The program creates opportunity to increase literacy in preparation for testing, maximizes options to pursue higher education and ultimately increases the STEM workforce pipeline.
USRA STEMaction Center is working to strengthen the workforce of the future and ensure young people's talents, especially from low-income and minority families, are developed.
We achieve this goal by offering engaging and enriching opportunities that bolster interest and knowledge in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) through space learnings.
Our unique portfolio excites and teaches students, educators and the community through immersive offerings that inspire and provide the right skills needed to employ the next generation.
Our programs are made possible through the generous financial contributions and sponsorship opportunities from individuals, foundations, and corporations. Their support ensures that all students have access to our educational opportunities.
The USRA STEMaction Center operates within Universities Space Research Association (USRA), a non-profit organization that works to advance space science research.