Science and Technology Entry Program: Funded by NY State Education Department

IMPETUS for Career Success

The IMPETUS program is a cooperation between the St. Lawrence-Lewis County BOCES, The STEM Partnership, and Clarkson University and is funded through NY State Education Department's STEP (Science Technology Entry Program). IMPETUS stands for Integrated Math and Physics for Entry to Undergraduate STEM (Science, Technology Engineering, Mathematics). The program consists of our After-School Program and Summer Roller Coaster Camp. Through these programs, students receive academic support and mentoring, career planning and awareness, and college and other leadership recruitment opportunities.

Want to join the program? Apply Here!


Here is this year's CALENDAR OF EVENTS

Here is a brochure you can use for recruiting: Recruiting Brochure

The 2014-2015 IMPETUS Program's Kick-Off Clarkson event is on September 10, 2014 in the Cheel Barben Rooms. Participants will learn about the activities lined up this year including the Clarkson Discovery Challenge, Problem of the Week, and Khan Academy Challenge. Teachers--see the side curriculum link for hand-outs and information for your students!

The Problem of the Week competition kicks-off on September 28--you got to be in it to win it!!

Roughly Roughly 50 St. Lawrence County Students attend the Math-Physics Roller Coaster Camp in July! At the trip to Six-Flags Great Escape, the rain held out while students collected data and learned about the engineering behind The Comet from Frank Hardick.

April 9th, 2014 was our big finale roller coaster competition! Congratulations to the Ogdensburg team for their amazing "under the sea" ride!

Here is a previous Pi-DAY Video from March 13, 2013 and we were in the Newspaper!

You asked for it! Here is the Roller Coaster Competition Video

St. Lawrence County Teams Win Research Awards
IMPETUS students from St. Lawrence County have presented their research project at the annual STEP conference, competing with students from all across New York State. At the STEP conference, students attend workshops, eat great meals, dance in the evenings, present their research to lots of judges, and make friends with students from all over New York State. For the past five years, local students have won top honors.