The Next Step Mentorship
Dr. Murray Korman, physics professor at the United States Naval Academy, has designed a dynamic one-year mentorship for 11th grade students of Anne Arundel County Public Schools. The mentorship will expose participants to an array of experiences – from research and data collection to graphic design and service learning – and the opportunity seeks open-minded students who possess a number of the following qualities:
- Interest in mathematics and science
- Interest in art, creative writing, and the humanities
- Experience or interest in research and data collection
- Experience and/or interest in theater arts
- Interest in music and/or learning about building instruments
- Knowledge of or interest in Graphic Design
- Interest in volunteerism and service learning
- Interest in philosophy and/or religious studies
The 2019 - 2020 application will be uploaded as soon as it is available. Check back for more information.
STUDENT SUCCESS STORIES!
Past Mentees in the who participated in the Next Step Mentorship Include:
Miahanna Nguyen, South River HS class of 2016: Currently studying at the United States Naval Academy
Joshua Lewis, Annapolis HS Class of 2017: Currently studying at the United States Military Academy, West Point
Emily Santos, Glen Burnie HS Class of 2017: Currently a Bio-PreMed major at the University of Maryland, Balitmore County
Blair Lewis, Glen Burnie HS Class of 2017: Currently pursuing a Nursing degree at James Madison University
Ebonie Smith, Glen Burnie HS Class of 2017: Currently a Liberal Arts major at Mount Saint Mary's University
Kate Haas, Broadneck HS Class of 2018: Currently a Bio-PreMed major at Saint Mary's College
Jenna Cartron, Meade HS Class of 2018: Currently a Material Science major at The Johns Hopkins University
Ava Lusby, South River HS Class of 2019: Recently accepted to the United States Naval Academy, where she will commence her studies in the 2019-2020 academic year!
Under the tutelege of Dr. Murray Korman, mentees have co-authored and published posters, abstracts, and papers that have been accepted and presented at national conferences. Feel welcome to peruse the students' work below!