Are your high school students WORTHY?

Canoga Park High School participants of Northrop Grumman's WORTHY program

photo courtesy of Northrop Grumman Corp.


Know a freshman or sophomore majoring in physics, engineering, computer science, or math who has a solid 3.0 GPA? Northrop Grumman’s Worthwhile to Help High School Youth (WORTHY) program can provide that student with caring mentors, scholarships, professional development training, and exposure to science, technology, engineering, and math careers. Read this NSTA Reports story to learn more about WORTHY and how it helps these students choose their ideal major in college.

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About Debra Shapiro

Associate Editor of member newspaper, NSTA Reports (www.nsta.org/publications/nstareports.aspx). Editor of Freebies for Science Teachers (www.nsta.org/publications/freebies.aspx) and NSTA Calendar (www.nsta.org/publications/calendar) pages. Follow me on Twitter: @Debra_NSTA
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1 Response to Are your high school students WORTHY?

  1. Josh says:

    Want a quick way to not only improve their grades in physics, engineering and the like but also increse the number of students taking those classes once they see how much fun they can have doing it? Then go here: http://www.collegeprepgames.com. I guarantee the games will jumpstart their competitive natures and improve their knowledge and grades in the subject at the same time. They will shine at Grumman both academically and emotionally as they charge forward in that WORTHY program. Go ahead and do them the favor.

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