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The Department of Education Minority Science and Engineering Improvement Program (MSEIP) Grant awarded to Harris-Stowe State University was to increase the number of African-Americans and other underrepresented groups in earning STEM degrees. We are seeking a SLPS teacher, supervisor, or administrator to bring 5-6 students from their school (9th-11th graders) for Summer STEM experiences in Sustainability and Urban Ecology as part of grant Summer activities. The program will run from June 3rd to June 20th 2019. Preference will be given to school teachers whose school was involved in the HSSU-MSEIP Summer Academy in the past.
Please note: In some instances, a student can join the program if their parent or guardian is one of the SLPS teachers in the program.
i) Responsible for referring 5-6 students from your school
ii) The ability to participate with school students Monday-Thursday from 8 am-3:30pm
iii) Able to make a two week commitment (Monday, June 3rd – Thursday, June 20th)
iv) Attend all required sessions and help supervise the students from your school
v) Must be able to keep notes and supervise student activities
vi) Responsible for maintenance of student record-keeping:
Media Release Forms, Field Trip forms, Permission Slip Forms
vii) Submit all paperwork in a timely fashion Other duties as assigned
i) Applicants must be a SLPS teacher, administrator, or supervisor at the public school from which they are bringing students.
ii) Applicants must hold a Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university.
iii) Previous experience working with summer programs with high school students is strongly desired
i) Applicants should provide a cover letter, and a brief resume. Your cover letter should indicate whether your school had been part of a previous MSEIP related Summer academy.
- May be some walking, standing, bending or carrying light items
About Harris-Stowe State University
Harris Stowe State University is a coeducational municipal university centrally located in St. Louis. MO. There are three divisions. The college division provides a program of instruction leading to the degree of B.A. in education. The junior college division offers two-year courses in general, professional, and pre-professional training for residents of St. Louis. The University hosts collaborative graduate degree programs with Maryville University, the University of Missouri-St. Louis and Webster University. The University continues to expand, adding new campuses and buildings as part of its 21st-century initiative to offer opportunities for both undergraduate and graduate students seeking a variety of degrees.