|Central Arizona College STEM Program|
What is STEM?
The Science, Technology, Engineering and Math program (STEM) at Central Arizona College (CAC) is an innovative college enrichment curriculum for high school and college-aged students in Pinal County.
The goal is to encourage and increase the presence of historically underrepresented groups in the career fields of science, technology, engineering and math and assist in the transfer to a 4 year college or university. Students in the STEM Program must complete a STEM Program Student Application, print and take the application to an advisor for a Master Academic Plan indicating they are in a 2 year STEM degree at CAC.
2014 STEM SUMMER CAMP FLYER
The STEM Program offers Summer Camps in Biology, Chemistry, and Engineering during the month of June. Camps open for registration now. Go to http://centralaz.fluidsurveys.com/s/stemcampreg/
What are STEM degree and career paths?
The STEM program at CAC will begin to prepare students for careers in a variety of fascinating programs. Students will be eligible to transfer from CAC to four-year institutions anywhere in the country. The following list highlights just a few of the career paths that are possible by participating in the STEM program.
Program Benefits and Highlights
- Monitored academic progress through advising
- University Transfer Assistance
- Loan of an iPad or graphing calculator
Phone (520) 494-5493
STEM Program Coordinator
STEM Math Preceptor
STEM Advisor - on leave
(Call Advising: 520-494-5410)
STEM Chemistry Preceptor
The STEM Program (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) at Central Arizona College is financed 100 percent by a 5 year Federal HSI-STEM grant from the US Department of Education. The total Federal funds dedicated to this program are $3,388,503.00.
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