Moelis Access Science partners with several affiilated STEM outreach programs.
Project BioEYES is a K-12 science education program which provides classroom-based learning opportunities through the use of live zebrafish. BioEYES is led by Dr. Steven Farber and Dr. Jamie Shuda, Director of Life Science Outreach at Penn's Institute for Regenerative Medicine & Coordinator for Life Science Partnerships at the Netter Center.
Penn Science Across Ages is a student-run organization devoted to improving STEM education within the West Philadelphia community.
The School of Arts & Sciences Science Outreach Initiative serves faculty and other researchers in SAS by helping them develop outreach program ideas and proposals, locating potential partners, and promoting information and resource exchange among all of Penn’s STEM outreach programs.