clear Mabton Success Stories
The student success stories, included in this publication, are representative of the achievements of all our GEAR UP graduates. More
Peopls RGI Leadership Camp
In July 2009, the University of Washington GEAR UP offered a Summer Student Leadership Camp (SSLC) for middle and high school students. More
DC Future Leaders
Visit to Washington D.C. - August 2009. More
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Mabton Summer Rocks IV
The summer program was designed to expose and interest students in the fields of math and science. All the activities that were created with this intent. Students participated in activities partnering with Grandview and Sunnyside Gear Up programs, YVCC, CBC, Power of Hope, Yakama Nation, Kale Hospital, Silver wood Theme Park (provxided physics curriculum), and college tutors that represented WSU, University of Idaho, and EWU. These partners ensured that the students were exposed daily to activities that challenged them. Activities included workshops on the YVCC Grandview campus. Students participated in the following workshops: Biology, Food Science, Canning, Allied Health, Automotive Technology, and Creative Writing. At CBC they participated in a Health Science camp that introduced students to careers in radiology, nursing, hospital administration, and other vocational programs. Students will continue to focus on activities in the math and science fields  These activities will include exploration in physics, chemistry, math and story problem strategies through presentations and experiments.

Peoples of the Valley
June 25-29, 2007
A week of cultural study in cooperation with members of the Filipino, Yakama Nation, African American, Euro-American, and Latino communities of the Yakima Valley. In cooperation with the Yakima Valley Museum.
Columbia Basin College
GEAR UP visits to Columbia Basin College
East Valley
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