Each year, space providing, the Greene Scholars Program selects a small group of elementary and middle school youth of African ancestry from Bay Area counties in Northern California to join our program. Please read the following information carefully to determine if you are eligible to apply for admission.
The Dr. Frank S. Greene Scholars Program is an innovative program that supports a community of college-bound Scholars who are focused on developing their academic gifts in science and math. GSP's purpose is to increase the number of African American youth choosing Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) career paths. The Greene Scholars Program nurtures our Scholars from entrance into the program through high school graduation by providing hands-on math, science and technology experiences and workshops; conducts annual science fairs and engineering competitions; and includes leadership and support resources for students and parents.
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- Student of African ancestry from Bay Area counties, Northern California with an interest in science, math, engineering or technology;
- Applicant must be currently enrolled as a 2nd to 8th grade in public, private or home-schooled institution;
- Elementary school applicant must be in good academic standing; and Middle-school applicant must have a minimum of a 2.75 GPA;
- Applicant must be able to attend monthly meetings on Saturdays in San Jose.
- Parents/guardians must be able to volunteer 4 hours each month
- At least one parent/guardian must attend Orientation on August 27, 2016
- A completed New Scholar Application form (2017-18 registration opens April 1).
- A reference letter;
- Review of GSP Expected Outcomes and Commitment;
- Copy of a recent report card or transcript (to be uploaded);
- Recent photo (to be uploaded).
- Participation in Family Interview (semifinalists)