During this five-year project, CHC will strengthen systems and services to better support the success of Hispanic and other low-income students. This will be accomplished through the creation of clear pathways by which Hispanic students are exposed to STEM fields and careers in elementary and high school, receive adequate preparation in mathematics and science in high school, receive their first two years of an academically rigorous STEM education at CHC in an environment which provides an integrated network of social and academic support, transfer into STEM programs at highly regarded four-year institutions, and ultimately enter the workforce.
- STEM Pathways Grant (pdf)
For more information contact:
Ginger Sutphin, Administrative Assistant I