The Maryland Center at Bowie State University
Drew Freeman Education Innovation Initiative
After School Program
Cyber Security enrichment is aligned with common core curriculum to enhance students' understanding of STEM concepts and deepen their understanding of Cyber Security.
Monday at 5pm
Wednesday at 5pm
A+ Microsoft enrichment is aligned with the common core curriculum to enhance students' understanding of basic computer components and deepen their understanding of computer hardware.
Tuesday at 4pm
Thursday at 4pm
Arts & Crafts
Arts and Crafts Enrichment is aligned with common core curriculum, to enhance students' understanding of colors, patterns, shapes, concepts and deepen their understanding of the Arts.
Tuesday at 5pm
Thursday at 5pm
Mental Health/Life Skills
Mental Health check-in will allow students' to express emotional stress. They will be uplifted with encouragement, words of affirmation and healthy choices. Life skills will cover social issues, conflict resolution and hygiene.
Monday at 4pm
Wednesday at 4pm
Thursday at 4pm
Homework Assistance/Tutoring Enrichment will benefit students' who need individualized attention.The focus will be exclusively on your child’s learning needs, homework and any additional areas.
Monday at 3pm
Tuesday at 3pm
Thursday at 3pm
Saturday Tutoring Enrichment is by appointment only. Our students' will be paired with a certified enrichment specialist. It will then be identified what areas are in need of specialized assistance.
Your children deserve the best after school program!
The Maryland Center at Bowie State University presents the Drew Freeman Education Innovation Initiative. We are pleased to offer the virtual after school program free of charge to Prince George's County residents.
Why STEM is important in early education
The rise of the digital age has made science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education more critical than ever. Early STEM education can promote ongoing academic success, and children who learn STEM concepts throughout their education are better prepared to meet increasingly technology-focused professional requirements.
Students' who are interested in the IT track will learn skills to prepare them to take the industry-approved IT certification CompTIA A+ exam.