Program Features

Scholars spend 30% of their time working on academic fortification.  Scholars take structured classes in writing, mathematics, laboratory science, and bioethics.  We have documented an average of two years of...

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Mentoring plays a primary role in SARE. SARE scholars work in research labs with a doctoral student or postdoctoral fellow. This mentor-mentee relationship is formative for scholars as they learn...

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To date, SARE has had 76 scholars participate with several scholars participating more than one year.  Of the scholars to reach college age, 92% have matriculated into four-year programs, and...

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Our Scholars come to us through one of our partnering organizations, which includes Boys Hope Girls Hope Baltimore, SEED School of Maryland, KIPP Academy, Crossroads School, and Green Street Academy. These organizations all seek to identify promising youth from low-income backgrounds and to help the students succeed. By partnering with these organizations, we more easily identify promising students and are able to gain added support on the home front.

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SARE emphasizes professionalism at every turn. We teach scholars how to dress appropriately for each type of work, how to look people in the eye, greet people with a handshake...

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SARE Scholars spend 70% of their time in research labs where they become engaged in an active research project. Scholars learn numerous state-of-the-art techniques, while learning to think critically, ask...

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