How would you like to program a robot? Scrub in as a doctor? Investigate a crime?
You may choose to attend the NYLF Pathways to STEM program on any one of these prominent college campuses:
- Babson College near Boston , MA
- University of Denver in Denver, CO
- Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale, FL
- Loyola University in Chicago, IL
- Westtown School near Philadelphia, PA
- Rider University in Lawrenceville, NJ
- Wake Forest University in Winston-Salem, NC
- National 4-H Youth Conference Center in Chevy Chase, MD
Each campus is carefully chosen to ensure the safety and security of our attending students. Faculty advisors are with students at all times throughout the program, and students are never permitted to be on their own.
Activities & Benefits
At NYLF Pathways to STEM, we reward your curiosity with an exciting lineup of hands-on learning experiences. Why should adults have all the fun? Don’t just read about cool careers. Find out – through real-world exploration – what it’s really like to be a detective, a doctor or an engineer.
- Work and have fun in groups with other students as you examine, question, research, create, investigate, role-play and explore and learn the curriculum and about yourself.
- Learn and apply essential STEM skills as you participate in interactive workshops and projects, while exploring the exciting fields of Crime Scene Investigation, Medicine and Engineering.
- Step forward as a leader as you practice important skills such as team building, presentation skills, communication, problem solving, and goal setting.
- Explore robotics as you program and code a robot in the Sphero Robotics Challenge.
Invest in Your Future
Be a part of the next generation of innovators, doctors, scientists, software developers and engineers. Virtually all career fields today require a solid foundation of STEM. That’s precisely why these are the fastest growing areas of study, and the reason that STEM professionals are in the highest demand in the United States and throughout the world. Early exposure to these fields can set you on a path to academic and career success by providing the tools needed to make informed decisions about the future.