Summer Transportation Institute

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The Summer Transportation Institute (STI) is a free program designed to encourage high school students to pursue careers in transportation.

The 2013 STI will be held on Morgan's campus July 8 -August 2. The non-residential program features four weeks of field trips, hands-on projects, and networking opportunities with industry professionals. The curriculum also includes SAT prep and activities that promote self-awareness.

Students receive a full scholarship that covers the entire cost of attending the program, including all lab fees and field trips. Lunch and bus passes are also provided daily. Each participant receives a $250 stipend upon completion of the program.

Application Requirements

To apply, students should be entering 10th , 11th , or 12th grade during the 2013-2014 school year; have completed or be qualified to enroll in pre-algebra; and have at least a 2.5 cumulative GPA.

Students must also submit

  •  a completed application form
  •  an official transcript
  •  a 500-700 word essay that describes their career objective(s), interest in transportation, and how STI can help them achieve their goals. Essays must be typed and double-spaced.
  •  two letters of recommendation. (One letter must come from a math, science or technology instructor; the other reference may be written by someone familiar with the applicant's character, career aspirations, or community service.)

Application Packet

2013 STI Application Packet

Contact

For more information, contact Valencia Baker at 443-885-3969 or valencia.baker@morgan.edu.

STI is funded by the NTC, the Federal Highway Administration's Office of Civil Rights, and the Maryland State Highway Administration. Please click here to learn about the National STI Program.