K-12 Connections

The K-12 Connections program seeks to provide engaging interaction between area K-12 students and Washington University through classroom trips to campus and special one time events at schools. WashU students, staff and faculty members are connected with volunteer opportunities in urban school districts in the St. Louis area. Schools and teachers have the resources of the university available for their students.

The Institute for School Partnership’s K-12 Connections program plays a critical role in welcoming and assisting local K-12 students as they discover and gain exposure to college life, as well as proving opportunities for community engagement and service for WashU students, staff and faculty. 


 

WashU students:

Are you looking for a campus leadership role? Become a K-12 Ambassador! Ambassadors provide a critical role in creating and facilitating meaningful field trip experiences for K-12 youth.

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WashU faculty:

Your energy and passion can spark interests for K-12 students. Contact K-12 Connections with your idea for an hour, a day, a classroom visit or campus field trip.

Contact Us

For more information about WUSTL K-12 Connections contact the K-12 Connections Coordinator.

K-12 Connections is a partnership of the Institute for School Partnership, Gephardt Institute for Civic and Community Engagement and WashU’s Office of Government and Community Relations.