Multicultural Apprenticeship Program (MAP) (Summer)

Summer 2020 Dates TBD

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This FREE program is designed for 10th-11th grade students who have strong interest and aptitude in science, math, and other academic areas.

The MAP program is an engaging four-week summer experience sponsored by the College of Agriculture & Natural Resources (CANR) at MSU. MAP provides high school students with the opportunity to experience college life and to explore the many exciting educational and career opportunities in the agricultural and food sciences, natural resources and related fields.

Each MAP participant is matched with a CANR faculty member to work on a research project. During the four weeks, students will also participate in field trips, leadership seminars, and other educational, social and cultural activities. Students will also gain hands-on experience in laboratory and field research, and work with computers and other highly technical equipment. MAP participants live on campus in a university residence hall and eat meals in the dining hall.

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