Hello and Well Wishes,
I am putting on my education activist hat, rolling up my sleeves and doing what I can to connect underserved young people to a summer enrichment opportunity. Kennedy-King College in partnership with the University of Chicago is offering a Minority Science and Engineering Improvement Program taking place at both campuses.
This is where I need your assistance. I am working to fill seats in the program. There are 33 slots available, and I have a vision of every seat being filled.
Attached is the flyer describing the key aspects of the program. If you know any high school students who have an interest in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) careers and have completed their junior year please have them contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or have them complete the online application embedded in the flyer.
There is a time crunch since the program begins on Monday, July 1st. I know it is the last minute, but like I said I'm on a mission.
I appreciate all you are willing to do to make this a successful program model. Kennedy-King is one of 14 recipients of the national grant from the Department of Education, and the only community college funded.
I can also be reached on my mobile phone -312-933-7665.
Deborah Minor Harvey
The Right Source, Inc.
Kennedy-King College Minority Science and
Engineering Improvement Program 2013
Meeting global needs through Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics
Developing Mobile Apps
6 weeks of in-class instruction and enrichments
June 24 - August 2, 2013
Monday – Thursday
9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Develop your earning potential and
critical thinking with this college-level
course. Design mobile apps for
Android, Apple (iOS), and Window
platforms, using mathematical and
computer coding, concepts, and DNA
Technology, with dynamic visual
displays. Enrich your creative and
learning experience of technology and
media this summer.
Friday enrichments Sites of in-class instruction
The Northwestern University Materials
Research Science and Engineering Center
6301 S. Halsted Street
Chicago, IL 60621
University of Chicago
5811 S. Ellis Avenue
Chicago, IL 60637
High school students who have completed the 11
th grade or students enrolled full-time at a
City of Chicago College
are eligible. To register, visit: https://ospcp.
. Fax (773-602-5325) or email (email@example.com)
copies of your completed CCC Application and Permission Form to Martin Peters, the
Minority Science and Engineering Improvement Program (MSEIP) Director of Kennedy
King College. For questions, call 773-602-5328.