For 20 years, the faculty and staff at the Medical College of Wisconsin have provided enriching experiences for MAS students of all grade levels. Our partnership is thriving with our “Food Doctors” program in elementary school to promote healthy eating, our SOCE Science Club in middle school science club to explore STEM career fields, and our DRIVE Program in the high school to give upperclassmen a chance to research meaningful public health issues with MCW mentors. MAS students also excel in selective, rigorous MCW summer programs like 500 Stars, AIM, ROADS, and more.
MAS partners with Marquette in about 20 different ways. MU undergrad volunteers, service learners, and education majors tutor and teach kindergarteners all the way up to high schoolers. MU provides programming for MAS High School Novas like science boot camp and a day-long introduction to college. We partner with MU’s in-home counseling and parent education/support to work with MU’s Dr. Bob Fox and Penfield Behavior Clinic. We are excited about starting the area’s first Lacrosse program modeled after the Harlem program. Last we are thrilled to have our first graduates attend MU!
MAS is proud to partner with the Boys & Girls Club to provide K4-12th grade after school programming. The Boys and Girls Club runs a Community Learning Center (CLC) for K4-8th grade students. We also have a unique Teen Program that serves 6th-12th graders thanks to funding from Harley-Davidson Motor Company. The Teen Program is focused on STEM and workforce development and training.