The California State University, Northridge (CSUN) campus will be home to a new innovation center that will provide science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) opportunities, and skills to Latino students.
Latino South Gate High School student awarded $50,000 college scholarship
In order to help students pursue a STEM major at the higher educational level, the Edison Scholarship program was developed to help students from underserved community members, such as diverse ethnic groups, people with disabilities, women, low-income and LGBTQ+ populations.
Edison STEM Scholars awarded $50,000
Every year, 30 outstanding students who live in our service area each received a $50,000 scholarship to help further their education in the STEM fields.
Edison International has awarded more than $15 million in scholarships to 760 students through the Edison Scholars program since 2006.
El programa South LA Robotics rompe las barreras generacionales para los estudiantes de STEM
Todo comenzó en 2019, cuando Jennifer Lashley, de 44 años y oriunda de Gardena, California, fundó el programa South LA Robotics. Lashley anteriormente había ejercido como una coordinadora dentro del Distrito Escolar Unificado de Los Ángeles (LAUSD) durante 17 años antes de aventurarse a hacer realidad su sueño. La idea detrás de South LA Robotics […]
T.I.M.E Community School provides academic opportunities for Latino students in Montebello
T.I.M.E Community School (TCS) is a STEM and Visual Performing Arts High School. TCS was approved as a charter school in the city of Montebello in July 2020. It went on to become one of the few schools in Southern California that were opened during the beginning of the pandemic.
South LA Robotics program breaks generational barriers for STEM students
It all started in 2019 when Jennifer Lashley, 44, of Gardena, California, founded the South LA Robotics program. Lashley was a coordinator for the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) for 17 years before venturing to make her dream come true.