Two Great New Benefits for Mensans

Save 10 percent on CTY online courses:
The Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth identifies and develops the talents of the most advanced K-12 learners worldwide. Founded in 1979, CTY’s roots extend back to Johns Hopkins psychologist Julian Stanley’s pioneering work with gifted middle school prodigies. Today, a former CTY student started Facebook; another co-founded Google.
Until very recently, this exclusive benefit was offered only to the center’s employees and their children. However, CTY is now offering Young Mensans a 10-percent discount on online courses (for an average savings of more than $100 per course!). YMs can apply to the program via paper application or online application; either way, they must include a copy of their membership cards with their course applications to receive the discount.
Save 20 percent on McGraw-Hill’s AP prep courses:
The McGraw-Hill ONboard™ Series for Advanced Placement is an online, interactive program designed to help incoming AP students build the background knowledge and skills they need to succeed in their upcoming AP coursework and beyond. This is a very useful program for students who are taking the courses at earlier ages or who may have skipped previous classes. Topics include biology, history, environmental science, psychology, government and economics. The courses are $50 each, but McGraw-Hill is offering Mensans a 20-percent discount, making each course only $39.99.

If you’d like to join Mensa be aware there is a 1/2 off price discount on prior evidence running through August 31st.  That means it costs only $20 to submit your evidence and find out if you or your child qualifies for Mensa!

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2 Responses to Two Great New Benefits for Mensans

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    Thanks,
    Mark

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