Resources

For students and parents

College Prep Program
The College Prep Program prepares talented, low-income high school students for college.  Participating scholars live and learn on campus.

Charter School Sponsorship
Washington University is sponsor of KIPP St. Louis schools and Hawthorn Leadership School for Girls.

Young Scientist Program
Young Scientist Program provides paid summer research internships, hands-on scientific demonstrations in local classrooms and field trips to Washington University School of Medicine.

Everyday mySci
Everyday mySci experiments help you build on your child’s natural sense of curiosity and wonder.

For schools and educators

Campus Y
Campus Y provides student mentors, coaches and tutors to schools across the region.

College Advising Corps
Washington University in St. Louis graduates provide college counseling in Clyde C. Miller Career Academy, Hazelwood East High School, Maplewood Richmond Heights High School, Sumner High School, University City High School and Vashon High School.

Gephardt Institute for Civic and Community Engagement
The Gephardt Institute sponsors the Each One Teach One and Hawthorn InvestiGirls tutoring programs and supports some 40 student groups that serve local children.

Institute for School Partnership
Devoted to improving teaching and learning in local schools, ISP promotes evidence-based educational practices, provides teacher development and offers materials to schools.

K-12 Connections
K-12 Connections provides field trip opportunities to campus for local schools.

Kemper Art Museum
The education staff at Kemper Art Museum offers a variety of thematic tours for different grade levels

MySci
MySci equips elementary school teachers with materials and professional development in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM).

Education opportunities

Brown School
Offers a joint master of social work/master of education.

Master of Arts in Teaching and Learning
Master of Arts in Teaching and Learning (MATL) is designed for adult career-changers who are committed to teaching in at-risk schools. The program is a collaboration between University College, the Institute for School Partnership, and the St. Louis Teacher Residency program .

University College
Offers post-baccalaureate teacher certification in elementary, secondary, middle school, and K-12 education and a master of science in biology for science teachers.

Washington University Department of Education
Offers undergraduate and graduate degrees in education as well as profession programs.