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The mission of Project SYNCERE (Supporting Youth's Needs with Core Engineering Research Experiments) is to increase the number of minority, female, and under-served students pursuing careers in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).
Project SYNCERE provides a curriculum that integrates science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) through the use of project-based learning. Project SYNCERE's staff assists and coaches students in scientific inquiry, directing them to deeper levels of understanding. These actions have helped students by raising their test scores, improving their critical thinking and problem solving skills and increasing their overall enthusiasm for school. Students use prior knowledge and technology to solve real world problems. The goal is to produce successful self-directed learners who are equipped to excel in the global market.
Project SYNCERE is designed to serve students in grades 4-12. Targeting students early gives them a stronger scientific foundation and a head start in building a scientific career. Project SYNCERE utilizes the resources of the community by working with target schools and other community organizations to implement our various programs.
June 29 - August 7, 2015
Chicago State University
6th - 8th Grade
$275/week (discounted rates are available)
July 6 - August 14, 2015
Joslin Perspectives High School
1930 S. Archer Ave., Chicago, IL 60616
Project SYNCERE recently partnered with Chicago State University to host its' STEM Scholars Program. For 22-weeks, 25 high schools students from various schools throughout Chicago, learned about Electrical Engineering and Computer Programming as they programmed Arduino boards to autonomously control a remote control car.
Throughout the process, students learned how to read schematic diagrams, wire bread boards and program Arduino circuits.Know More