NxtGEN STEM Scholars Program
NxtGEN STEM Scholars Program, MI-LSAMP flagship student initiative, is your portal to all of the resources available to you through the Michigan Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (MI-LSAMP). As a MI-LSAMP NxtGEN STEM Scholar, you’ll be part of a selected group of students that you will interact with throughout your college career.
Get an inside track on career, travel and research opportunities! Learn how to brand yourself for success in the social media space. Boost your academic success with supportive programming and workshops. Gain technology certifications for immediate access to employment opportunities. Learn the tremendous benefits of graduate school and how to be successful in graduate school. Find out how to network effectively. Understand your WHY. Receive and learn how to maximize the benefits of a mentor.
MI-LSAMP NxtGEN STEM Scholars Program Summer 2022
Students participating in MI-LSAMP programming receive remarkable benefits including:
- Inclusion into a strong student community and a well-regarded national program
- Opportunities to learn from faculty, staff, and graduate students in STEM
- Specialized leadership and academic development programming
The 100% virtual program from July 5 – 28, 2022 and will include incoming first year students from University of Michigan, Michigan State University, Wayne State University, Western Michigan University, Washtenaw Community College, and Mott Community College. Students will spend six hours/day, four days/week engaged in Data Science, Robotics, Transportation, and Environmental Sciences and participating in workshops including about transiting to college, self-reflection, purpose, mentoring relationships, career exploration, and mental health.
“The illiterate of the 21st century will not be those who cannot read and write, but those who cannot learn, unlearn, and relearn.”
– Alvin Toffler, Author & Thought Leader
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