Achieving College and Career Enrichment Skills for Success
Our programs are designed to stimulate an interest in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) through Project Based Learning (PBL) activities and that culminate by participating in a competition or showcase of the skills acquired.
AES provides academic enrichment and educational and supportive services to students in second through twelfth grade that will prepare them for high school, college, and vocational schools. Our programming includes The National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE Jr.), Girls Who Code, FIRST and UB Tech Robotics, Esports, and we also provide after school STEM enrichment for Bridgeport Public Schools.
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Our programs are designed to stimulate an interest in STEM through Project Based Learning (PBL) activities and that culminate by participating in a competition or showcase of the skills acquired.
The mission of Achieving College and Career Enrichment Skills for Success (ACCESS) is to provide educational and supportive services to elementary and high school students as well as college students whose primary residence is in Bridgeport. We prepare these students for high school, college and their early career years and encourage them to pursue a degree and career in Science, Technology, or Mathematics (STEM). Our students are minority, often low income, or first-generation college students. If our students decide not to attend a two or four-year college, we also support their efforts to go on to a vocational school and earn certifications and licensing in a Trade Field.
AES is happy to congratulate our high school seniors and wish them a bright and successful future.
Attended Fairchild Wheeler Interdistrict Magnet High School
Accepted to UConn, Mechanical Engineering Major
Charles D. Clemons IV
Attended St. Luke’s School
Accepted to Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Business Major
Attended Fairfield Preparatory High School
Accepted to UConn, Biological Sciences Major
Ana Luisa Moura
Accepted to Fairfield University, Biochemistry Major with a Pre-Med Concentration
Christopher Fortich Rojas
Accepted to Central Connecticut State University, Mechanical Engineering Major
Accepted to Southern CT State University, Business Management Major
Accepted to North Carolina A&T state University