Are you interested in developing your math, science, and technology skills?

The Rogers Explorers program is open to eighth-grade middle school students in Southern and Eastern Kentucky who want to take these skills to the next level.

Apply now for Rogers Explorers and learn what it takes to pursue a future career in these high-demand fields of study—all while spending three days and two nights on a major Kentucky college campus.

You’ll receive hands-on classroom instruction from leading experts in math, science, and technology; learn about different careers in the field; and develop a better understanding of your career goals.

“My favorite activity was going to the space science class and watching the solar system move around me from a dome-shaped screen above my head. I realized how much I am fascinated by the stars and planets. I will definitely look into becoming an astronomer when I get older.”2016 Rogers Explorers graduate Abigail Wagers of Clay County

If you would like to learn more about math, science, and technology, click here to apply for the 2017 summer sessions of Rogers Explorers. Remember you must apply by midnight on Feb. 10, 2017.

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The Rogers Explorers program is presented by The Center for Rural Development in partnership with the University of the Cumberlands, Lindsey Wilson College, Eastern Kentucky University, Morehead State University, Asbury University, University of Pikeville, and our newest partner, Union College.