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Creating a Pipeline to STEM Careers Through Service-Learning: The AFT Program
STEM Faculty Publications
  • Anton Puvirajah, Georgia State University
  • Lisa Martin-Hansen, California State University - Long Beach
  • Geeta Verma, University of Colorado Denver
Document Type
Article
Publication Date
1-1-2012
Abstract
The Academy for Future Teachers (AFT) is a STEM education and career recruitment program for Metro Atlanta high school students, hosted by Georgia State University in Atlanta, Georgia. This program was developed in response to the changing demographics of our students: shifting much more quickly than the demographics of our teacher populations in the United States. In this chapter, the authors provide information about the AFT Program
Citation Information
Martin-Hansen, L., Puvirajah, A., & Verma, G. (2012). Creating a pipeline to STEM careers through service learning: The AFT program. In R. E. Yager (Ed), Exemplary Science Careers in Science and Technology (pp. 111-128). NSTA Press: Arlington, VA.