621 Commonwealth Avenue
Boston, MA 02215
Year Program Started: 1989
Max. Participants/Year: 86
Application Deadline: Dec 1 and April 15
Program Timeframe: year-round, including six-week summer residential program
Academic Level Targeted: grades 9-12
Racial/Ethnic Focus: any racial/ethnic group
Type of Program: education, counseling, career/academic planning
Program Attributes: non-credit, meals provided, housing provided, books/supplies provided, stipend provided, counseling provided, mentors/advisors provided, program is free
Program Acceptance Requirements: class year (grades 9-10), disadvantaged status (low-income, potential first-generation college bound students), Boston Public Schools
Primary Science Discipline(s) Targeted: anatomy, biology, chemistry, education, physics
Additional Comments: This federally-funded program serves 86 students selected from one of three target high schools or one of five target neighborhoods. The high schools served are Brighton High School, Snowden International High School, and The Community Academy of Health and Science. The neighborhoods served are Dorchester, East Boston, Hyde Park, Mattapan, and Roxbury.
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