When it comes to helping others, students from The University in Alabama in Huntsville (UAH) have traveled both near and far. As recently as this past month, for example, members of the university's Medical Careers Club went down to Peru to provide basic healthcare to rural residents. But this summer, they didn't need to travel anywhere at all to mentor underrepresented high school students from Madison County. That's because UAH was once again host of the CollegeFirst Advanced Placement Math &amp; Science Institute, a unique three-week summer enrichment program offered on the UAH campus by Impact Alabama and A+ College Ready. "This initiative recruits successful college students to serve as both tutors and mentors, helping increase the number of area high school students who will be ready not only to attend college, but to excel in college," says Stephen Black, President of Impact Alabama.