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The ACADEMY of
APPLIED SCIENCE

24 Warren Street
Concord, NH 03301
Tel. (603) 228-4530
Fax (603) 228-4730
info@aas-world.org

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Are you inventive? Do you enjoy creative challenges? Looking for opportunity for an apprenticeship or internship in a research or engineering field to see if it's for you? Up for a little competition? Then take a look at one of the programs the Academy of Applied Science has to offer.

Weadminister a variety of programs and scholarship awards, with special consideration those coming from under-served backgrounds who would otherwise not have connections to STEM careers. We sponsor fairs where youth can display and be recognized for their creative efforts. We support teacherswith program guides and curricula. We connect mentors to eager apprentices. Maybe we can help you.

A quick overview of our programs:

The Young Inventors’ Program® This program began as classroom-based, to help students (Grades K - 12) develop critical thinking and problem-solving skills by challenging them to invent solutions to everyday solutions. The program has been so successful it has expanded to the home school and after-school program setting. The program encourages exploration and participation by all students - including those who may not "fit the mold" for traditional sciences. If you would like the program offered in your school,
e-mail nbellabona@aas-world.org.

The U.S. Army AEOP apprenticeship program, administered by the Academy of Applied Science, provides unique opportunities for high school and undergraduate students to conduct real-world, Army-sponsored research alongside scientists and engineers in world-class facilities. Students gain hands-on work experience over the course of 5 to 8 weeks and receive financial stipends.

Apprentices must be US citizens or legal residents. For more details about eligibility and to find an apprenticeship near you, visit: www.usaeop.com/type/apprenticeships/

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Please call or email any one of us at the Academy for information on the programs that interest you.