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STEM Engagement for the Enrichment of Diverse Students
This program has been made possible thanks to a four-year USDA-NIFA HSI grant.
To add your name to the "SEEDS Interest List", CLICK HERE.
The “SEEDS” Scholars Program (STEM Engagement for the Enrichment of Diverse Students) is designed to increase the number of Hispanic students pursuing future graduate degrees by providing a firm foundation of advanced knowledge and skills in STEM-related fields (science, technology, engineering, math), beginning in the first two years of college.
The SEEDS Program will maximize awareness of agriculture-related themes such as global food security, hunger, and sustainability, and will mentor underrepresented STEM students in these areas who will serve as a driving force in our community.
Scholarship - Diversity - Leadership - Inclusivity
- Increase the number of underrepresented STEM students graduating with an AA
- Award 20 SEEDS Scholarships to students who are interested in learning about USDA-NIFA Priority Themes: sustainability, global food security, and hunger
- Work with colleagues across disciplines to weave USDA-NIFA themes into the curriculum
- Create a transfer bridge between partner high schools, SDMC, SDSU, UCSD
- Build partnerships with community businesses, nonprofits, and federal government agencies
- Organize unique campus-wide events and experiential learning opportunities (e.g., Sustainability Summit & SEEDS Days) that involve students at Mesa College and our local high schools each semester
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