Fremont STEM 2019 Summer Research Symposium and Exposition for Underrepresented & Low Income High School Students
On August 25, 2019 Northwestern Polytechnic University will host 1,000 guests during 2019 ASDRP Summer Research Symposium and Exposition for the Fremont STEM high school student summer program called “Aspiring Scholars Directed Research Program” or ASDRP. ASDRP matches research mentors with aspiring high school student seeking a future as STEM scholars www.fremontstem.org. In addition, ASDRP’s mission is to engage and educate traditionally underrepresented and socioeconomically disadvantaged high school students and their families. According to ASDRP Board member Jimmy Qiao, over 60% of the summer scholars have received financial assistance to participate in the program.
Sharing in the same mission and core values, Northwestern Polytechnic University, an accredited non-profit STEM focused university in Fremont, CA, is excited to partner with ASDRP in hosting the 2019 ASDRP Summer Research Symposium and Exposition along with future events and initiatives. “This is an amazing opportunity to partner with a local non-profit organization dedicated to helping high school students and their families be inspired, feel supported and encouraged to pursue a STEM career ” said President Hsieh. “In addition, we offer up to 100% tuition scholarships to Bay Area students seeking a degree from NPU. NPU is committed to keeping tuition and fees affordable.”
Event date: Sunday, August 25, 2019 from 4-7pm at Northwestern Polytechnic University, 115 Fourier Ave, Fremont, CA 94539
For more information about establishing partnerships with NPU or scheduling an event on campus, please contact David Linnevers, Director of Student Outreach & Enrollment @ email@example.com