University Partnership at Friends School

Josh Carlin, director of Friends School University Partnership Program
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For more than 200 years, Friends School has pioneered innovative teaching in Baltimore. The University Partnership Program, Friends’ initiative to provide students with hands-on college research experience, is the longest-running program of its kind in the Baltimore area. The program connects students and teachers with thought leaders from colleges and research institutions across the country.

At Friends School, students don’t have to wait until they graduate to work with collegiate-level researchers. From neuroscience to the arts, Friends School students have the opportunity to research topic areas they’re passionate about and apply skills learned in the classroom to real-life situations.

At Friends School, students are challenged to find meaning in what they learn and encouraged to continually ask why. Friends is committed to helping students discover and become the person they are meant to be and believes the experience a student has on the way to their future determines the path they will follow on the road to success. At Friends School of Baltimore, the journey matters.

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