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Youth (grades 4-12) can spend the summer on RIT's campus. Programs include robotics, cybersecurity and sports camps. 

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Statistics

5,360

Number of youths served by RIT K-12 in 2019.

$4M

Annual state and federal grant funds received to support pre-college and workforce development programs.

623

Number of campers at the 2019 Camp Tiger summer day camp.

1,867

Number of middle and high school students served by RIT’s GEAR UP, STEP and LPP initiatives.

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RIT K-12 hosts more than 2,000 youth on campus each year. Plan a customized on-campus experience for your school or youth organization. 

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Latest News

  • December 1, 2022

    Photo of Miranda Salsbery and Kierra McInnis

    McInnis, Salsbery to host JSHS information session for aspiring students

    Two outreach specialists with the Army Educational Outreach Program’s apprenticeships and fellowships are poised to host an information session about the Junior Science and Humanities Symposium. JSHS is a global STEM competition for youth, which, according to its website, “challenges students from everywhere to achieve, and to build the skills that prepare them for college and career.”

  • November 29, 2022

    Photo of Colin Vo next to the Tiger shrine on RIT's campus

    RIT student uses experience with AEOP to pursue career with the Department of Defense

    Through a series of opportunities as an apprentice with the Army Educational Outreach Program, Colin Vo, a third-year computer engineering student at Rochester Institute of Technology, is able to live out a dream he’s had since childhood. It allowed him to gain experience as a civilian working for the Department of Defense in a job that complements his field of study and provides a guaranteed full-time position after graduation.

  • November 18, 2022

    RIT and AEOP apprenticeships and fellowships logos

    K-12 University Center connection to AEOP sparked from passion, a grant and staff with a commitment to transformative change through STEM education

    Representatives from the U.S. Army look at the K-12 University Center at Rochester Institute of Technology as a model in its relationship with apprenticeships and fellowships through the Army Educational Outreach Program. That’s due to the passion of staff who work to connect with and provide the best STEM opportunities possible for high school through postdoctoral individuals within the program, while also positively connecting with its partners.

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