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This year, due to the smaller enrollment caps in order to comply with COVID-19 regulations, we are not able to guarantee early placement to Parents Club members. For that reason, we are suspending memberships to the Parents Club this year. We anticipate that the Parents Club will make a full return in the future.
The Parents Club is a large funding source for our PATHS program. PATHS is a 4-year college access program that supports first-generation students from their first day of high school to their first day of college. The PATHS program engages students from under-served schools and communities and prepares them for success in their education and careers.
Without the generous support that is provided to the PATHS program through Parents Club contributions, the PATHS program will undoubtedly need further support from our community in order to continue this important program. Keep an eye out for future campaigns and if you have the ability to support our students in any capacity, please consider visiting paths.utah.edu to learn more about the impact of the PATHS program and how you can help. Thank you for your past and future support of Youth Education and our programs.
I loved how the lessons were easy to understand even though none of us had taken a physics class before. We all left with a basic physics understanding and a hunger for more knowledge. We learned a lot and asked a lot of questions, it was amazing to see how enthusiastic all of the professors were about their research and teaching the youth... It was truly a wonderful experience that made me want to go back to school and get to college so that I could do my own research and learn even more about our universe. It was also really cool to see how many girls went to the camp, we had twice as many girls as guys, this tells me that women are getting into the science community and that we all can learn a lot from each other. Thank you for the opportunity to go to this inspiring camp, a lot of my questions about the universe and my future career have been answered.