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Achieve In Math-AIM Summer Program

 

MassBay Community College AIM Program [CC]

 
 

AIM logo Achieve in Math (AIM) incorporates a 3 week program in the summer and student support services in the fall. This initiative helps students build their basic math skills and prepare for college math. Students have the opportunity to possibily place into a higher-level math course — ULTIMATELY SAVING MONEY ON EDUCATION!

This program is for non-STEM students who have placed into MA90X or MA90, and plan on attending MassBay in Fall 2022. Students who are high school graduates of 2020, 2021 and 2022, and did not pass the MCAS are also eligible for the AIM program.

 

Don’t Let Anything Get in the Way of Achieving Your Goals

Students online Participate in the ACHIEVE IN MATH (AIM) Program

WHAT: 3-WEEK IN PERSON LEARNING PROGRAM TO HELP STUDENTS PREPARE FOR COLLEGE MATH

WHO: STUDENTS WHO PLACED INTO MA90, MA90X, OR WHO DID NOT PASS THE MCAS

WHEN: AUGUST 8 - AUGUST 25, 9AM TO 1:50PM, REMOTE FRIDAYS

WHERE: MASSBAY COMMUNITY COLLEGE, WELLESLEY HILLS CAMPUS

 

We are excited to be a part of your math journey and look forward to working with you!

If you are interested in registering for the AIM program, use the link below to apply.

Achieve In Math AIM 2022 Summer Program Registration →

 
FOR more information contact:


Susan Hamilton shamilton@massbay.edu

 

 

AIM Summer Program Facilitators

 

 

 

Hubert Kouatcho Hubert Kouatcho

Hubert received his B.A. Degree in Education and B.S. Degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Douala, and the National Advance School of Public Work in Cameroon, respectively. He received his M.S. Degree in Applied Mathematics and Statistics from UMass Lowell. In Cameroon, he worked as a construction engineer and taught in a technical and vocational high school. Currently, he is an adjunct faculty member at Bunker Hill Community College and MassBay Community College. He is also a Math Learning Specialist at MassBay Community College in the Academic Achievement Center, and at Bunker Hill Community College in the MathSpace.

 

Orland Fernandes Orland Fernandes

Orland received his B.S. Degree in Chemistry from the University of Salford (England) and his Master’s in Education from Eastern Nazarene College. He started his career in education in Ghana, West Africa. He taught physics in the Boston Public School system in the early 1990’s. Also, he taught teaching study skills at Roxbury Community College in The Teaching Learning Center. Currently, he is an adjunct faculty member at MassBay Community College and Roxbury Community College. He is also a Math and Science Learning Specialist at MassBay.

 

Michael Smolowitz headshot 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.

 
 

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