These fee-based services are directed by professional AGP staff members and are offered to enhance the student's educational experience through intentional means.
These organizations are primarily led by students and advised by AGP staff members to assist in their growth and development as a club, and as individuals. There is no fee associated with joining them.
DIVIDE & CONQUER
Divide & Conquer focuses on students who enjoy challenging themselves with complicated math problem sets! Membership is open to middle schoolers who want to participate in math competitions and learn strategies for approaching intricate mathematical problems that would not usually be available to their peers. Those who join are given the opportunity to work closely with peers who have similar interests as they practice for competitions and expand their mathematical knowledge!
Research Enriching Academic Learning
Research is a proven tool for improving college admission acceptance into competitive scholarship programs or highly selective institutions. Program completion will allow students to highlight their research projects on applications for colleges, scholarships, and other internship/employment opportunities. Our student-driven approach will channel students’ passions into a research project that will develop their academic interests and help them determine a college major, setting them up for success in academic and professional endeavors.
Students are given the option to pursue their research goals privately or in a group setting.
GO BABY GO
Go Baby Go is a national, community-based research, design and outreach program that provides modified ride on cars to children birth to 5 who experience limited mobility. Integrating assistive technology, families, clinicians and industry partners, the program provides children with disability the opportunity for movement, mobility and socialization. Membership is open only to AGP clients.
College Station Code Society accepts members at any level of coding skill and helps enhance their abilities through group coding projects and lessons. This student-led organization provides opportunities to hear from industry professionals who work with programming and computers everyday. More advanced members are given opportunities to participate in coding competitions (including USACO) and collaborate on more challenging problems. Members also are given a chance to learn how to write code for drones and fly drones in competitions!
Building Computers, Building Opportunites.
ProjectCD aims to provide access to reliable computers by building and providing them to people and organizations in need in the Brazos County area. They also aim increase computer literacy by providing tips, tricks, and services to help maintain your computers. This group accepts members interested in building and/or fixing computers for those in need as well as donations in the form of money or old computers and parts!
Finance, Accounting, Marketing, Entreprenuership
FAME (Finance, Accounting, Marketing & Entrepreneurship) is a new group intended for high school students seeking to gain an understanding of various fields of business and how they interact and overlap with one another. Members will learn about each field through student competitions, case studies, volunteering, and directly from industry professionals.