Student Opportunities

Advanced education is critical to individual success and the collective success of Kentucky’ economy. We encourage students, teachers and administrators to explore the many ways students can make higher education and advanced programs a reality. The following web sites provide useful information regarding Dataseam Scholar programs.
Dataseam Scholars at the
University of Louisville

provides ten four-year $2,000 scholarships for students to pursue a degree in science, technology, engineering, or math. Submission deadline is January 15. An application and additional information is available HERE

Dataseam Scholars at
Morehead State University

program provides five, full-tuition scholarships each year to students from Dataseam school districts counties to pursue a degree in teaching science, technology, engineering, or math. We are training the teachers needed to prepare students for the workforce of today and tomorrow. The deadline for preferred applications is March 15. An application and additional information is available at: HERE

Dataseam Scholars at the
Governor’s School for the Arts

program encourages creative and talented high school students from rural communities to attend GSA. Dataseam will contribute four state-of-the-art computers to the schools of all students from Dataseam districts who are accepted into the program. Online applications due December 31. Applications are available HERE

Dataseam Scholars at the Governor’s School for Entrepreneurs program is designed to give Kentucky high school students a hands-on opportunity to invent a product and start a business. Dynamic summer program brings students together with experience entrepreneurs, scientists and engineers to create real world solutions. Dataseam will contribute four state-of-the-art computers to the schools of all students from Dataseam districts who are accepted into the program. Applications due February 15. Learn more HERE

Visiting Professionals
Participating school districts can schedule a visit from university professors in their district.Schedule a visit

Projects
Diving deep into a project. Researching the facts. Thinking. Planning. Producing a solution. Students from across Kentucky are creating solutions to real world challenges. Teachers are using project-based learning to expand and reinforce core learning tied to real life experience.
Projects.kydataseam.com

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