Gains in the Education of Mathematics and Science

PROGRAM OVERVIEW

gems programGains in the Education of Mathematics and Science [GEMS] is an Army-sponsored, summer STEM enrichment program for middle and high school students that takes place in participating Army Research Laboratories. GEMS is driven by the overarching mission: to interest young people, who might not otherwise give serious thought to becoming scientists or engineers, in STEM careers early enough in their education so that they have the time to attain the appropriate academic training. The program is based on a multi-disciplinary educational curriculum, and is focused on age and grade-appropriate hands-on activities, in areas such as science, engineering, mathematics, computational sciences, computational biology, biomedical sciences, chemistry and biology.

The GEMS experience was a truly phenomenal experience that helped me decide to pursue a career as, hopefully, and Army research engineer.

 


The goals of the GEMS program are:

  • Nurture interest and excitement in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) for middle and high school participants.
  • Nurture interest and excitement in STEM for mentor and teacher participants.
  • Implement STEM enrichment experiences that are hands-on, inquiry-based educational modules that enhance in-school learning.
  • Increase participant knowledge in targeted STEM areas and laboratory skills.
  • Outreach to participants inclusive of youth from groups historically underrepresented and underserved in STEM.
  • Encourage participants to pursue secondary and post-secondary education in STEM.
  • Educate participants about careers in STEM fields with a particular focus on STEM careers in Army laboratories.
  • Provide information to participants about opportunities for STEM enrichment through advancing levels of GEMS as well as other AEOP initiatives.

All students who are selected and successfully participate in GEMS qualify for an educational stipend ($100 per week). Participants must be U.S. citizens or U.S. permanent legal residents.

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NEAR-PEER MENTORS & RESOURCE TEACHERS

May GEMS locations utilize near-peer mentors (college students in STEM fields) and resource teachers (licensed K-12 teachers) to provide instruction and mentorship to program participants.

Near-Peer Mentors (NPM) help to develop, explain, and execute each teaching module in the GEMS Program. NPM are college students from all STEM fields and education-related majors. These mentors are closer in age than the traditional teacher and create a more relaxed atmosphere for learning. The responsibilities of a NPM are to be role models to the students, promote interest in high-level science and math classes, and act as expert resources concerning college life and career pathways. NPMs are selected for their technical experience, attitude and teaching skills. Their inclusion in the GEMS program is integral to enhancing each and every GEMS participant’s learning and achievement.

Current K-12 Teachers may apply for a GEMS Resource Teacher (RT) internship. Typically RTs are licensed teachers within the public school/state system that currently teaches middle or high school students in science, technology, engineering, or mathematics. RTs are responsible for daily supervision of the NPMs, students and the maintenance of the lab. They provide guidance on all experimental activities and need to be present for the duration of the program.

Near-peer mentor and resource teacher stipends are determined based on prior research and work experience. Near-peer mentors and resource teachers must be U.S. citizens or U.S. permanent legal residents.

GENERAL PROGRAM MILESTONES

Jan-Feb: Student application opens (varies by site)
Mar-Apr: Applications due
Apr-May: Applications reviewed & participants selected
May: Selected students notified
Mar-Apr: Online competition submissions judged
Jun-Aug: Students participate in GEMS program (length and dates vary by location)

 

PROGRAM LOCATIONS

ALABAMA | DELAWARE | ILLINOIS | MARYLAND | MASSACHUSETTS | MISSISSIPPI | NEW MEXICO | TEXAS

ALABAMA

U.S. Army Aeromedical Research Laboratory – Fort Rucker, AL

The GEMS program at the U.S. Army Aeromedical Research Laboratory (USAARL) – Fort Rucker, AL is open to the public for rising 4th-11th grade students (For example, a current 3rd grade student is considered a rising 4th grader for the summer GEMS program). All students must be United States Citizens. Students who complete each day of the program earn an educational stipend.

PROGRAM LEVEL/TOPIC 2015 DATES GRADE LEVEL
Simple Machines GEMS Jun 1-5; Jun 8-12; Jun 15-19; Jun 22-26 Rising 4th & 5th
Physical Science & Forensics GEMS Jul 6-10; Jul 13-17; Jul 20-24; Jul 27-31 Rising 6th & 7th
Robotics GEMS Jul 13-17; Jul 20-24; Jul 27-31 Rising 8th & 9th
Medical GEMS Jun 1-5; Jun 8-12; Jun 15-19 Rising 10th & 11th

 

SESSION
2015 DATES
Assistant Near-Peer Mentors May 20 – Jul 31
Near-Peer Mentors May 20 – Jul 31
Resource Teachers May 11 – Aug 4

 

APPLICATION WINDOW:
Participants must apply during the application windows specified below:

Near-Peer Mentor Program (Nov 3, 2014 – Jan 12, 2015)
Resource Teacher Program (Nov 3, 2014 – Feb 2, 2015)
GEMS Student Program (Jan 1, 2015 – Mar 20, 2015)

The Ft. Rucker, AL program location is now closed. 

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U.S. Army Aviation & Missile Research, Development & Engineering Center – Redstone, AL

The U.S. Army Aviation and Missile Research, Development and Engineering Center (AMRDEC), a major component laboratory of the Army’s Research, Development and Engineering Command (RDECOM), is the Army’s focal point for research, development, engineering technology and services for aviation and missile platforms. In addition to conducting research and advanced development, AMRDEC provides one-stop life cycle engineering and scientific support for aviation systems, missile systems, and unmanned aerial platforms. AMRDEC has an extensive history of providing world-class aviation and missile systems to the Warfighter. At present, more than 3,000 employees work at the AMRDEC, of which approximately 2,600 are scientists and engineers. AMRDEC conducts operations in approximately 1.7 million square feet of facilities. AMRDEC provides a wide array of technologies, hardware and software applications, and products and services that run the gamut from game-changing technologies to detect and destroy threats, enhance performance, lethality, survivability and reliability of aviation and missile systems, along with programs to miniaturize missile and aircraft components, provide modeling and simulation applications for these technologies and systems, and the associated training applications.

 

PROGRAM LEVEL/TOPIC 2015 DATES GRADE LEVEL
GEMS I Jun 8-12; Jun 15-19 Rising 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th & 12th
GEMS III Jun 22-26; Jul 20-24 Invitation Only (completed GEMS I & II and demonstrated high interest in STEM)

 

SESSION
2015 DATES
Near-Peer Mentors Jun 1 – Aug 7
Resource Teachers Jun 1 – Jul 24

 

APPLICATION WINDOW:
Participants must apply during the application windows specified below:

Near-Peer Mentor Program (Jan 1 – Mar 31, 2015)
Resource Teacher Program (Jan 1 – Mar 31, 2015)
GEMS Student Program (Jan 1 – Mar 31, 2015)

APPLY NOW to the Redstone, AL program location! 


DELAWARE

U.S. Armed Forces Medical Examiner System – Dover Air Force Base, DE

The GEMS program hosted by the U.S. Armed Forces Medical Examiner System (AFMES) at Dover Air Force Base, DE takes place at Delaware State University and is open to the public for rising 7th-9th grade youth (current 6th-8th grade students). This program offers students the opportunity to explore new pursuits in Crime Scene Investigation and expand upon their current interest with unique hands-on experience. All participants must be United States Citizens or U.S. Permanent Legal Residents. All participants are eligible for an educational stipend.

 

PROGRAM LEVEL/TOPIC 2015 DATES GRADE LEVEL
CSI GEMS Jul 6-10; Jul 13-17; Jul 20-24; Jul 27-31 Rising 7th, 8th & 9th

 

SESSION
2015 DATES
Near-Peer Mentors Jun 29 – Aug 7
Resource Teachers Jun 29 – Aug 7

 

APPLICATION WINDOW:
Participants must apply during the application windows specified below:

Near-Peer Mentor Program (Nov 24, 2014 – Mar 1, 2015)
Resource Teacher Program (Nov 24, 2014 – Mar 1, 2015)
GEMS Student Program (Jan 1, 2015 – Feb 28, 2015)

The Dover Air Force Base, DE program location has been CANCELLED! 


ILLINOIS

U.S. Army Engineer Research & Development Center – Construction Engineering
Research Laboratory – Champaign, IL

The U.S. Army Engineer Research & Development Center – Construction Engineering Research Laboratory (ERDC-CERL), Champaign, IL. ERDC-CERL directs its research efforts toward increasing the Army’s ability to more efficiently design, construct, operate and maintain its installations and contingency bases and to ensure environmental quality and safety at a reduced life-cycle cost. ERDC-CERL researchers work in collaboration with other ERDC labs and with partners in government, industry and academia. This helps CERL develop technologies for the Army’s current and future force while also benefitting the private and public sectors where no similar applications and capabilities exist. While ERDC-CERL program centers on sustainable military installation infrastructure and environment, additional focus areas include enhancing socio-cultural understanding in theater operations and improving civil works facilities and infrastructure.

 

PROGRAM LEVEL/TOPIC 2015 DATES GRADE LEVEL
GEMS I Jun 15-19 Rising 7th & 8th
GEMS II Jul 13-17 Rising 9th, 10th & 11th

 

SESSION
2015 DATES
Near-Peer Mentors Jun 1 – Jul 17
Resource Teachers Jun 1 – Jul 17

 

APPLICATION WINDOW:
Participants must apply during the application windows specified below:

Near-Peer Mentor Program (Jan 1 – Mar 31, 2015)
Resource Teacher Program (Jan 1 – Mar 31, 2015)
GEMS Student Program (Jan 1 – Mar 31, 2015)

The application window for this location is now closed.


MARYLAND

Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD

The Aberdeen Proving Ground (APG) program is a joint/collaborative effort between many different Research & Development and Test & Evaluation organizations on APG, including the US Army Research Laboratory (ARL), the Communications- Electronics Research, Development & Engineering Center (CERDEC), Army Test and Evaluation Command (ATEC), Army Materiel Systems Analysis Activity (AMSAA)  and U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Chemical Defense (MRICD) in addition to other on-post collaborators along with collaborators from off-post such as Harford Community College and the Maryland Section of the American Chemical Society.

GEMS I Overview: Students accepted into GEMS I Program will experience a wide range of laboratory practices in the use of biomedical instrumentation and will conduct analysis of biological data. Students will work with scientists and near-peers to cover sessions in topics such as: chromatography, DNA analysis, toxicology, genetics, neuro-anatomy, and microscopy.

GEMS II Overview: Students in the 7th – 10th grade GEMS II Program will experience a wide range of laboratory experiences from synthesis to fabrication to instrumentation/analysis. The 2015 GEMS program has sessions on chemistry, environmental, physics, engineering, computer science, robotics, non-destructive evaluation along with other sessions.

GEMS III Overview: Students in the 10th-12th grade GEMS III sessions will be able to experience a more direct learning into very specific fields. These week long courses usually consist of Computer Science, Power and Energy, and Advanced Robotics and Programming.

 

PROGRAM LEVEL/TOPIC 2015 DATES GRADE LEVEL
GEMS I Jun 22-26; Jul 13-17; Jul 27-31 Rising 5th, 6th & 7th
GEMS II Jun 22-26; Jul 6-10; Jul 20-24; Aug 3-7 Rising 7th, 8th, 9th & 10th
GEMS III – Computer Jul 6-10 Rising 11th, 12th and recent high school graduates
GEMS III – Power & Energy Jul 13-17 Rising 11th, 12th and recent high school graduates

 

SESSION 2015 DATES
Near-Peer Mentors Jun 15 – Jul 31
Resource Teachers Jun 15 – Jul 31

 

APPLICATION WINDOW:
Participants must apply during the application windows specified below:

Near-Peer Mentor Program (Feb 1 – Mar 15, 2015)
Resource Teacher Program (Feb 1 – Mar 15, 2015)
GEMS Student Program (Feb 1 – Mar 15, 2015)

The application window for the APG, MD program location is now closed.

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U.S. Army Medical Research and Materiel Command – Fort Detrick, MD

The GEMS program at the U.S. Army Medical Research and Materiel Command (USAMRMC) – Fort Detrick in Fort Detrick, MD is open to the public for rising 5th-12th graders and recent high school graduates (NOTE: a current 4th grade student is considered a rising 5th grader for the summer program, a current 12 grade student is considered a recent high school graduate for the summer program, etc.). All participants must be United States Citizens. All participants are eligible for an educational stipend. The U.S. Army Medical Research and Material Command (USAMRMC) is the Army’s medical materiel developer, with responsibility for medical research, development, and acquisition and medical logistics management. The USAMRMC’s expertise in these critical areas helps establish and maintain the capabilities the Army needs to fight and win on the battlefield. This year’s program at USAMRMC Fort Detrick is a joint effort between many different Research & Development and operational organizations on Fort Detrick, including the U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases (USAMRIID), U.S. Army Center for Environmental Health Research (USACEHR), Military Infectious Diseases Research Program (MIDRP), the Armed Forces Institute of Regenerative Medicine (AFIRM), the Telemedicine & Advanced Technology Research Center (TATRC), and various operational organizations on Fort Detrick.

 

PROGRAM LEVEL/TOPIC 2015 DATES GRADE LEVEL
GEMS 1 – Environmental Jun 22-25; Jun 29-Jul 2; Jul 6-9 Rising 5th & 6th
GEMS 1 – Battlebots Jun 22-25; Jun 29-Jul 2; Jul 6-9 Rising 6th & 7th
GEMS 2 – CSI Jun 22-25; Jun 29-Jul 2; Jul 6-9 Rising 7th & 8th
GEMS 2 – GetGame Jun 22-25; Jun 29-Jul 2; Jul 6-9; Jul 20-23; Jul 27-30; Aug 3-6 Rising 8th & 9th
GEMS 3 – Intermediate Jul 20-23; Jul 27-30; Aug 3-6 Rising 8th & 9th
GEMS 4 – Advanced Jul 20-23; Jul 27-30; Aug 3-6 Rising 10th, 11th, 12th & recent high school graduates
GEMS 3 – Robotics Jul 20-23; Jul 27-30; Aug 3-6 Rising 10th, 11th, 12th & recent high school graduates

 

SESSION
2015 DATES
Near-Peer Mentors Jun 15 – Aug 14
Resource Teachers Jun 15 – Aug 7; Jun 15 – Jul 10; Jul 13 – Aug 7

 

APPLICATION WINDOW:
Participants must apply during the application windows specified below:

Near-Peer Mentor Program (Dec 1, 2014 – Feb 06, 2015)
Resource Teacher Program (Dec 1, 2014 – Feb 06, 2015)
GEMS Student Program (March 11, 2015 – April 15, 2015)

The application window for this location is now closed.

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U.S. Army Medical Research and Materiel Command – Walter Reed Army Institute of Research – Silver Spring, MD

The GEMS program at the U.S. Army Medical Research and Materiel Command (USAMRMC) – Walter Reed Army Institute of Research (WRAIR) – Silver Spring, MD is open to the public for rising 7th-12th graders. Programs are hosted at the beginning, intermediate, and advanced levels with Biomedical (located at WRAIR) and Engineering (located at Wheaton High School) themes. WRAIR GEMS accepts students from out-of-town but does not provide any type of residence assistance. The goal is to mentor a diverse population. All participants are eligible to receive a certificate of completion and an educational stipend.

 

PROGRAM LEVEL/TOPIC 2015 DATES GRADE LEVEL
Intermediate and Advanced Biomedical GEMS Jun 15-19 Rising 9th & 10th (Intermediate)Rising 11th & 12th (Advanced)
Advanced Biomedical GEMS Jun 22-26 Rising 11th & 12th
Advanced Engineering GEMS Jun 22-26 Rising 11th & 12th
Beginning Biomedical GEMS Jun 29- Jul 3; Jul 20-24 Rising 7th & 8th
Beginning Engineering GEMS Jun 29-Jul 3; Jul 20-24 Rising 7th & 8th
Intermediate Biomedical GEMS Jul 6-10; Jul 27-31 Rising 9th & 10th
Intermediate Engineering GEMS Jul 6-10; Jul 27-31 Rising 9th & 10th
Advanced Biomedical GEMS Jul 13-17; Aug 3-7 Rising 11th & 12th
Advanced Engineering GEMS Jul 13-17; Aug 3-7 Rising 11th & 12th
Intermediate Biomedical GEMS (Wheaton Academy Students included) Aug 10-14 Rising 9th & 10th
Intermediate Engineering GEMS (Wheaton Academy Students included) Aug 10-14 Rising 9th & 10th

 

SESSION
2015 DATES
Near-Peer Mentors May – Aug
Resource Teachers Jun – Aug

 

APPLICATION WINDOW:
Participants must apply during the application windows specified below:

Near-Peer Mentor Program (Oct 15, 2014 – Jan 15, 2015)
Resource Teacher Program (Nov 24, 2014 – May 1, 2015)
GEMS Student Program (Jan 1, 2015 – Jun 1, 2015)

APPLY NOW to the Silver Spring, MD program location!

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US Army Research Laboratory – Adelphi, MD

The U.S. Army Research Laboratory (ARL) at the Adelphi Laboratory Center provides students the opportunity to explore new pursuits in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) career fields. Participants will work with scientists, engineers and researchers to explore unique hands-on laboratory practices through the use of electronics, photovoltaics, robotics, fuel cell technology, and atmospheric science during interactive experiments, projects, tours, and project demonstrations.

PROGRAM LEVEL/TOPIC 2015 DATES GRADE LEVEL
GEMS I July 6-10 Rising 6th, 7th & 8th
GEMS I July 13-17 Rising 6th, 7th & 8th
GEMS I July 20-24 Rising 6th, 7th & 8th
GEMS I July 27-31 Rising 6th, 7th & 8th

 

APPLICATION 2015 APPLICATION OPEN 2015 APPLICATION CLOSE
Near-Pear Mentor Application January 1, 2015 March 31, 2015
Resource Teacher Application January 1, 2015 March 31, 2015 1
GEMS Student Application January 1, 2015 March 31, 2015
GEMS I January 1, 2015  March 31, 2015
GEMS I January 1, 2015  March 31, 2015

 

SESSION
2015 DATES
Near-Peer Mentors June 23 – August 1
Resource Teachers Jun 23 – August 1

The application window for the Adelphi, MD program is now CLOSED.


MASSACHUSETTS

U.S. Army Institute of Environmental Medicine – Natick, MA

The GEMS program at the U.S. Army Institute of Environmental Medicine (USARIEM) – Natick, MA is open to the public for rising 5th-9th grade youth. All participants must be United States Citizens or U.S. Permanent Legal Residents. All participants are eligible for an educational stipend. USARIEM offers GEMS programs at three successive levels: GEMS I, GEMS II and GEMS III.

 

PROGRAM LEVEL/TOPIC 2015 DATES GRADE LEVEL
GEMS I Jul 6-9; Jul 13-16 Rising 5th, 6th & 7th
GEMS II July 20-23; Jul 27-30 Rising 6th & 7th
GEMS III Aug 3-7; Aug 10-13 Rising 7th & 8th

 

SESSION
2015 DATES
Near-Peer Mentors Jun 29 – Aug 14
Resource Teachers Jun 29 – Aug 14

 

APPLICATION WINDOW:
Participants must apply during the application windows specified below:

Near-Peer Mentor Program (Nov 24, 2014 – Jan 1, 2015)
Resource Teacher Program (Nov 24, 2014 – Jan 1, 2015)
GEMS Student Program (Apr 1, 2015 – Apr 30, 2015) Application opens at 7:30am on April 1, 2015 (EST).

The application window for the Natick, MA program is now CLOSED.

APPLICATION UPDATE:
All students who have applied to GEMS to date have been sent a notification via email informing them whether they had been accepted into a program or wait listed. If an applicant has not received a notification, it is advised that they check their junk mail box (as it may have been forwarded there).

Questions regarding application status can be submitted via email to: usarmy.natick.medcom-usariem.mbx.usariem-gems@mail.mil.


MISSISSIPPI

U.S. Army Engineer Research & Development Center – Vicksburg, MS

The U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center (ERDC) in Vicksburg, MS helps solve the nation’s most challenging problems in civil and military engineering, geospatial sciences, water resources, and environmental sciences for the Army, Department of Defense, civilian agencies, and our Nation’s public good. ERDC’s vision is to become the world’s premier public engineering and environmental sciences research and development organization.

As one of the most diverse engineering and scientific research organizations in the world, ERDC conducts research and development in support of the Soldier, military installations, and the Corps of Engineers’ civil works mission, as well as for other federal agencies, state and municipal authorities, and with U.S. industries through innovative work agreements. ERDC has a staff of approximately 2,500 federal employees and contractors, and an annual research program exceeding $1.6 billion in FY11.

 

PROGRAM LEVEL/TOPIC 2015 DATES GRADE LEVEL
GEMS I Jun 15-19 Rising 8th & 9th
GEMS II Jul 20-24 Rising 9th, 10th & 11th
GEMS III Jun 1 – Jul 24 Rising 12th and recent high school graduates

 

SESSION
2015 DATES
Near-Peer Mentors Jun 15 – Jul 24
Resource Teachers Jun 15 – Jul 24

 

APPLICATION WINDOW:
Participants must apply during the application windows specified below:

Near-Peer Mentor Program (Jan 1 – Mar 31, 2015)
Resource Teacher Program (Jan 1 – Mar 31, 2015)
GEMS Student Program (Jan 1 – Apr 10, 2015)

The application window for this location is now closed.


NEW MEXICO

White Sands Missile Range – White Sands Missile Range, NM

The GEMS programs at White Sands Missile Range (WSMR), New Mexico are a joint/collaborative effort between the U.S. Army Research Laboratory (ARL) and the U.S. Army Test & Evaluation Command (ATEC).  ARL’s mission is to ensure that U.S. military personnel and equipment survive and function effectively in hostile circumstances. ATEC’s mission is to provide the U.S. Army, Navy, Air Force, Department of Defense, and other customers with high-quality resources and services for experimentation, test, research, assessment, development, and training in support of the Nation at war.  ARL & ATEC both employ many engineers, scientists, physicists and military personnel to accomplish their missions.  These same employees coordinate and conduct our GEMS programs.

GEMS I is an ATEC Middle School program consisting of a wide variety of hands-on modules, demonstrations, experiments and tours.  Students selected for the GEMS I program will experience a week of exciting STEM-related activities on one of the largest, most dynamic military test ranges in the world; this is a rare opportunity for civilians.

GEMS II is an ARL High School program consisting of a series of engaging, hands-on modules.  Students selected for the GEMS II program will experience a week of interesting STEM-related activities (robotics, rocketry, computer science, lasers, and more) inside a world class military laboratory.   ARL’s laboratories and facilities are not open to the public; this is an excellent opportunity for high school students, as they prepare to make important career and college major plans/decisions.

PROGRAM LEVEL/TOPIC 2015 DATES GRADE LEVEL
GEMS II Jul 20-24 Rising 9th, 10th, 11th & 12th
GEMS I Jul 27-31 Rising 6th, 7th & 8th

 

SESSION
2015 DATES
Near-Peer Mentors Jul 20 – Jul 31
HS Resource Teachers Jul 20 – Jul 24
MS Resource Teachers  Jul 27  Jul 31

 

NOTE: Near-Peer Mentors are former GEMS II students selected to return and assist with the current year’s GEMS I & II programs.  As such, all applicants must be available to participate in both WSMR GEMS weeks.

APPLICATION WINDOW:
Participants must apply during the application windows specified below:

Near-Peer Mentor Program (Jan 1 – May 31, 2015)
Resource Teacher Program (Jan 1 – May 31, 2015)
GEMS Student Program (Jan 1 – May 31, 2015)

APPLY NOW to the White Sands Missile Range, NM program location! 


TEXAS

U.S. Army Institute of Surgical Research – San Antonio, TX

The GEMS program at the United States Army Institute of Surgical Research (USAISR) – San Antonio, TX is open to the public for rising 6th through 8th graders (Entry Level GEMS) and rising 9th and 10th graders (Advanced GEMS). All participants must be United States Citizens. All participants are eligible for an educational stipend.

 

PROGRAM LEVEL/TOPIC 2015 DATES GRADE LEVEL
Initial GEMS Jun 15-19; Jun 22-26; Jul 6-9 Rising 6th, 7th & 8th
Advanced GEMS Jun 15-19; Jun 22-26; Jul 6-9 Rising 9th & 10th

 

SESSION
2015 DATES
Near-Peer Mentors Jun 8 – Jul 10
Resource Teachers Jun 8 – Jul 17

 

APPLICATION WINDOW:
Participants must apply during the application windows specified below:

Near-Peer Mentor Program (Nov 24, 2014 – Mar 1, 2015)
Resource Teacher Program (Nov 24, 2014 – Mar 1, 2015)
GEMS Student Program (Feb 28, 2015 – May 1, 2015)

The application window for this location is now closed.

CONTACT

For general program inquiries, contact:
Army GEMS Help-Desk
Email: armygems@asee.org
Phone: 855-592-3556