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To add value to America through a youth program that raises the interest and improves the knowledge and skills of at-risk youth in math, science, and technology by exposing them to the technological environment and the positive role models found on military bases and installations.
Provide students and teachers with an exceptional program for hands-on science, math, technology, substance abuse prevention, and goal setting skills.
Develop strong self-esteem and positive attitudes for students and teachers.
Provide career motivation, orientation, and exploration.
Train teachers and parents with exciting hands-on activities that will spark their students' interest in learning science, mathematics, and technology.
Create partnerships with the military, industry, and educational communities.
Provide assistance to parents and encourage them to become involved with their community's educational programs.
For more information visit the STARBASE website at www.starbaseone.org or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The very first STARBASE program took place at Selfridge Air National Guard Base in Michigan.