ASU offers students science/math internship — no experience necessary

February 13, 2006

By hammersmith

Math and science teachers can always use an extra pair of hands in the classroom. Now, thanks to Arizona State University, college students can engage “academically at-risk” 3rd through 8th graders in fun, “hands-on” math or science activities while earning three upper-division credits. No experience is needed. Interns will be trained to lead small groups of children in math or science activities, develop activities under the guidance of an instructor, and participate in weekly computer-mediated discussions based upon brief readings.

More information is available from the ASU University College.