Ingenuity Project Inc
Rating: 4.5 stars 2 2 reviews 276
1400 West Cold Spring Lane No 337 Baltimore MD 21209 USA
The mission of the ingenuity project is to prepare highly capable and motivated baltimore students to achieve at nationally competitive levels in mathematics, science, research and related fields with the expectation that ingenuity students will graduate from high school, attend college, and ultimately be prepared to become leaders in their chosen profession.
The ingenuity project uses advanced curriculum in mathematics and science developed by master teachers. Specific objectives include:- conduct classes in enhanced mathematics and science education in conjunction with basic skill building;- incorporate applied learning activities, science research, and extensive use of technology;- design classrooms capable of supporting student research and participation in national competitions;- develop comprehensive after school and summer enrichment programs for ingenuity students;- provide a learning environment capable of responding to the heterogeneous strengths of each class and individual;- develop partnerships with mentors at universities, medical institutions and biotechnology research centers to provide students access to professional internships.
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The Ingenuity Project is a program focused on providing extremely high quality STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) education to students in Baltimore city. The program does incredible work within the Baltimore public school system to motivate, nurture, and educate students in STEM fields. It is a highly impactful and efficient program with a proven record of success over the years. Make a connection and learn more about the program - you will be very impressed.
Great organization and opportunity for Baltimore City students whom excel in math and science.
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