STEM-UP Leadership Experience
STEM-UP is a 4-week program for rising 9th & 10th grade students. The program consists of four main modules: Math Concepts, Real World Science, Science Literacy, and Applied STEM. This program is funded in part by the Naval Surface Warfare Center Philadelphia Division and is held on Temple University's Main Campus in the Summer and has follow-up programming throughout the academic year.
CST/Let's Get Ready (LGR) ACCESS Program
The LGR program at Temple University is a 10-week SAT prep program for high school students. The program is a collaboration between the College of Science and Technology and Let's Get Ready and aims to build on the skills needed to do well on the SAT. Temple University College of Science and Technology offers 2 sections in the spring, fall, and summer, all on Main Campus.
Junior Science & Humanities Symposium (JSHS)
The JSHS is a city-wide research competition held on Temple University's Main Campus. The JSHS is a collaboration between The City of Philadelphia, The College of Science and Technology, United States Departments of the Army, Navy, and Air Force, and the Academy of Applied Sciences. During the event, attendees enjoy a wide variety of STEM activities, while engaging with invited speakers and STEM professionals.
Greater Philadelphia SeaPerch Challenge at Temple University
The Greater Philadelphia SeaPerch Challenge is an underwater robotic competition open to middle schools and high schools in the Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware region. The goal is to increase student interest in robotics, science, mathematics, engineering and technology and to introduce students to naval engineering. The challenge takes place in the Spring of each year, but participating teams start working on their ROVs in the Fall.
Greater Philadelphia SeaGlide Challenge at Temple University
The Greater Philadelphia SeaGlide Challenge is open to high schools in the Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware region. SeaGlide is a miniature underwater glider designed for high school students. It moves by changing its buoyancy, taking in or expelling water, and shifting its center of gravity, moving weight forward to dive and aft to rise. The goal is to build upon student interest in robotics, science, mathematics, engineering and technology and to advance students to naval engineering.
Caring People Alliance (CPA)