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Pre-College Program
The CCG Pre-College Program

The CCG Pre-College Program

CCG’s Pre-College Program provides middle and high school students the opportunity to learn about STEM careers and acquire skills that will help them prepare for and get into college.

These workshops and activities are designed to give students information about applying to college, available resources, and the STEM fields where employers’ needs are the greatest.

Learning activities focus on the academic and personal preparation that is required for college-level work and includes industry-led workshops and demonstrations of scientific and mathematic principles.

This program goes beyond academic applications; it helps you, your family, and your teachers to focus attention on some of the common issues for college-bound students, and for the college freshmen, the guiding principle is learning how to seek help.

 

UpComing Events

The CCG Pre-College Program occurs twice annually at our national STEM conferences, the WOC STEM and BEYA STEM Global Competitiveness Conference.

Please contact us to participate in the BEYA Pre-College program. Participation is limited to groups of students chaperoned by adults.

 
The 2020 BEYA STEM Global Conference
 Export to Your Calendar2/13/2020 to 2/15/2020
When:Thursday, February 13, 2020
Where:Washington Marriott Wardman Park Hotel
2660 Woodley Ave NW
Washington, DC 
Contact:registrar@ccgmag.com
410-244-7101
 
25TH ANNIVERSARY WOMEN OF COLOR STEM CONFERENCE
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25TH ANNIVERSARY WOMEN OF COLOR STEM CONFERENCE
25TH ANNIVERSARY WOMEN OF COLOR STEM CONFERENCE
25th Anniversary Women Of Color STEM Conference
Export to Your Calendar 10/8/2020 to 10/10/2020
 When:Thursday, October 8, 202010:00 AM
 Where:

Renaissance Center,
400 Renaissance Dr W,
Detroit, MI 48243

Contact

registrar@ccgmag.com
410-244-7101

 
Workshops

The workshops offer activities and information that exposes students to STEM careers, outline the academic preparation necessary to be admitted to college, to search and apply to college, and to transition into college life. This program goes beyond academic applications; it helps students, families, and teachers to focus their attention on some of the common issues for college-bound students, and for the college freshmen, it teaches them how to seek help.

 
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