|Program type||After School|
|Meets||Session 5 - April 24 To June 5 Courses Meet Once Or Twice A Week From 4:30 - 6:30 Pm|
|Deadline||April 14, 2017|
Science After School Program
We are one of the world’s preeminent scientific and cultural institutions.
Every year, the After School Program (ASP) offers courses to New York City high school students interested in the sciences. There are courses in anthropology, astrophysics, earth science, genetics, biodiversity, and more. Each course makes use of the Museum's unique resources through hall visits, lab and collections tours, talks and lectures by scientists, and hands-on activities.
6-Week Courses (After School Program):
Introductory-level courses for students to explore their diverse interests. Any New York City high school student may take one or more exploratory courses throughout the school year. Past courses have been on paleontology, the solar system, archaeology, biology and evolution.
To see current course visit http://www.amnh.org/learn-teach/grades-9-12/after-school-program
Science Research Courses:
Intensive courses on current scientific research in the fields of comparative biology, anthropology, and physical sciences. Science Research courses are taught by Museum scientists and introduce students to the concepts and methods used by Museum researchers. Completion of three Science Research courses is a prerequisite for application to a year of mentorship with a Museum scientist through the Science Research Mentoring Program. Science Research courses are open to students in 10-12th grade (public, private, and homeschool).
To see current courses visit http://www.amnh.org/learn-teach/grades-9-12/after-school-program.