I am happy to announce that GSK’s popular science program will be returning to 27 locations around the country this summer. If you are looking for a science camp or summer activities for your kids, this STEM program is free and registration is now open.
Presented by the pharmaceutical company GSK, Science in the SummerTM has been running for 33 years and demonstrates the company’s commitment to supporting STEM education. This year’s theme is “The Science of Me.” Through active, hands-on learning, students from 2nd-6th grades will discover how food fuels our bodies, where oxygen goes when we breathe it, how our brains interpret the world, and the role DNA plays in making us who we are.
“At a time of skyrocketing demand for STEM skills in our nation’s workforce, GSK Science in the Summer continues to bridge a gap in access to science education where it is widest,” said Marti Skold-Jordan, Manager of US Community Partnerships at GSK. “We’re proud of our joint efforts with The Franklin Institute, as well as every parent and educator, to instill a love of learning in all of our students.”
Find a Location
The program takes place in science centers, community centers, and libraries across the country. Find a location near you.
Parents and guardians of students entering second through sixth grades in the 2019-2020 school year can register for the summer science program. Visit www.scienceinthesummer.com to find a program near you. It is recommended to reach out directly to the hosting organization for complete registration details.
GSK, one of the world’s leading research-based pharmaceutical and healthcare companies, is committed to improving the quality of human life by enabling people to do more, feel better and live longer. For more company information, go to us.gsk.com and follow on twitter.com/GSKUS. For more information on GSK’s global STEM education program, visit gskscienceeducation.com.