Verizon has partnered with Harris-Stowe State University to provide the free STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) program, Verizon Innovative Learning Program for Minority Males. This opportunity provides middle school students from St. Louis City and County school districts access to high-level technology - including virtual reality, coding, robotics, and 3D design, as well as entrepreneurship workshops. The program includes hands-on, interactive instruction and exposure to STEM-related careers. This free program includes a three-week STEM boot camp at Harris-Stowe State University's campus as well as a monthly Saturday academy during the school year. Transportation and meals are provided. Find out more on the Harris-Stowe website or on the Harris Stowe Facebook page. Enrollment is open until May 31 on a first-come, first-served basis. Program dates are July 9-27, 2018.