SNAP (Science, Nature and Art in Philadelphia)

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Program Category: Not Accepting MentorsProgram Tags: Art, Natural Science, and OST

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  • SNAP (Science, Nature and Art in Philadelphia) is an out-of-school time program for middle school students grades 6 to 8.  SNAP explores the crossroads of science and art, increasing children’s scientific literacy while fostering artistic creativity and expression. An artist-scientist in residence designs a 6 week project for the youth and we teach a science curriculum that compliments that project.  The 6 week programs rotate to of our partner schools.  The Institute is partnering with Saint Joseph’s University to bring SNAP afterschool programming to 4 local schools: Kearny, William D. Kelley, Meade, and Morris elementary schools.

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    Program Street Address: 1700 W. Montgomery Avenue
    Philadelphia
    Pennsylvania
    19121
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