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SUNY Albany
Region:Capital DistrictProgram Type: Year Round and Summer
Grades/Levels Served: 7th-12th

Number of students Enrolled: 200

1400 Washington Ave.
LI 94 S
Albany, 32 12222


Etwin Bowman, Program Coordinator
Email: elbowman@uamail.albany.edu
Phone: 518-442-9083
Fax: 518-442-5419




Program Highlights:
The New York State Education Department funded Science and Technology Entry Program (STEP), services students grades 7th through 12th in the Albany area who are potentially interested in careers in the STEM fields and licensed professions. Tutorial and programming services are centered on academic support, college attainment and career counseling. Services are offered to low income and underrepresented students after school, in various districts and Saturday mornings at the University at Albany. STEP also provides a three week summer non-residential institute where students are engaged in programming, summer projects and participate in weekly fieldtrips relevant to the mission of the program. STEP serves as an important part of the University’s commitment to the surrounding Capital Region community as well as increasing the pipeline of underrepresented students in the STEM fields and licensed professions. STEP also supports the mission of the University by providing tutors and mentors (graduates and undergraduates) with financial support and opportunities to be role models for their mentees.






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