Academic Achievement Center at MassBay

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Achieve In Math Summer Program

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August 21–September 1, 2017
9am–1pm
Framingham Campus

The Achieve In Math (AIM) Summer Program is a 2 week long refresher workshop that helps students prepare for the Math Accuplacer Test and have the opportunity to place into a higher level math course — ultimately saving money on their education.

– AIM Summer Program is free and lunch is provided.

– Students who successfully complete the program will receive a $150 gift card.

  • This program is for non-STEM students interested in enhancing basic math skills.
  • Students learn strategies and review topics based on the problem areas identified by previous Accuplacer test scores.
  • Students learn about helpful resources and make connections to students, faculty, and staff that will improve their college experience.

Register today! Only 30 seats available! We welcome MassBay students in degree and certificate programs, as well as students taking courses at Massbay. For more information, please call Anu Meacham, Assistant Director, Math and Science Center, ameacham@massbay.edu , 781-239-2634.

To be considered for the program, please sign-up →.

 

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Facilitators
Stephen Alkins, Facilitator of AIM program

Stephen Alkins

Stephen received his B.S. in Biology with a minor in Mathematics from Morehouse College and began his graduate studies in Brain & Cognitive Sciences at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He is now a doctoral candidate at Brandeis University in Neuroscience and Quantitative Biology. He has experience working for Revolution Prep as a teacher, tutor, and mentor. Currently, he is a Math and Science Learning Specialist at the MassBay Community College in the Academic Achievement Center.

Michael Smolowitz, Facilitator of AIM program

Michael Smolowitz

Michael earned his B.S. in Mathematics from Cornell University. He continued his studies and received his Master’s Degree in Computer Science from the University of Buffalo. He has worked in industry as a software engineer at Raytheon and Comverse. In 2003, he began teaching math courses as an adjunct faculty member. He continues to teach as an adjunct faculty member and Math Learning Specialist at the MassBay Community College in the Academic Achievement Center.