Activities and Services
As a participant in the Upward Bound Math Science program, you will be able to take advantage of the following free services and activities.
You will be able to participate in Saturday workshops that include hands on Math and Science activities, time management, study skills, and college preparation.
You will be able to receive tutoring in a variety of subjects. All tutoring takes place at your high school.
You will be given the opportunity to tour colleges and expose yourself to college campuses and academic programs. In addition to this, you will benefit from cultural enrichment through theater, museums, plays, and sporting events.
You will be able to participate in our five week commuter program at PCC. This program allows you to participate in science field studies, high school preparatory classes with an emphasis in science, a college level speech class, and visits to various colleges. Our program has a partnership with the Johns Hopkins Engineering Innovations Program and the Oak Crest Institute of Science.
TRIO Summer Meal Program
In partnership with the California Department of Education (CDE) and the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), Pasadena City College sponsors the USDA Summer Food Program supporting UB and UBMS’ summer educational and enrichment programs at the college’s Colorado Campus.
During our enrichment summer programs, UB and UBMS scholars enjoy healthy breakfast and lunch meals in college setting and among their peers. With access to healthy meals, our youth build their toolkit equipped to make healthy decisions resulting in positive academic, social, emotional, and physical well-being. We foster a safe and college-going learning community for scholars to engage in college and career readiness. UB and UBMS TRIO Pre-College programs are trusted among the communities we serve and fulfill a critical need when youth are not in school during their summer breaks.
Currently one in seven children in California experience food insecurity1. Especially during summer, our site-based meal programs serve a critical need in our communities. In addition to providing healthy meals, we mitigate learning loss through student-centric educational programs, keep youth active and provide academic advisement during the summer.
1 Feeding America, What Hunger Looks Like in California, 2023 https://www.feedingamerica.org/hunger-in-america/californiaNondiscrimination Statement
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