Laurel TV highlighted the Maryland Institute for Minority Achievement and Urban Education (MIMAUE) Internship program in a recent news feature.
The internship is a paid four-week internship program offered to local high school students. The program is designed to help underrepresented minority students navigate the steps necessary to moving on the next stages of their lives. As the Director of MIMAUE, Dr. Stephanie Timmons-Brown discussed how this internship exposes students to new opportunities and ideas to consider when planning their future.
In the feature, Dr. Timmons-Brown is quoted is stating “They need additional support. They don’t get these [types of] opportunities. A lot of them don’t realize that they need to take the chance to go to college or pursue a career or become an entrepreneur…”
Dr. Stephanie Timmons-Brown is the Executive Director of MIMAUE and senior faculty research associate in the College of Education.