STEM Scholars Program

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Gunda Vision has partnered with Momentum Education to launch the STEM Scholars Program. This program has a goal of helping more first-generation low-income students graduate from college and enter a STEM profession. The program will provide support to students starting in 9th grade and continuing through high school graduation, through college, and finally culminating in college graduation and securing a job. The program will provide mentorship, career exposure, summer internships, scholarships, and networking opportunities. Ultimately, through this program more first-generation, low-income students will graduate college and enter a STEM profession.

We need your help to reach our shared goals. Please review the program details below, and please sign-up to get involved in whatever way you can. We look forward to partnering with you to serve first-generation, low-income students and help them graduate from college and become a STEM professional.

High School Scholars

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9th - 11th Grade

Goal: Students gain both exposure and experiential learning to various STEM careers.

Programs:
  • In-person visit to a job site
  • In-person panel discussion with STEM professionals
  • Connections to summer programs

12th Grade

Goal: Students gain admission to college in a STEM major or program.

Programs:
  • In-person panel discussion with STEM professionals
  • Feedback and coaching on college applications

College Scholars

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College Freshman & Sophomore

Goal: Students will earn a 3.0 GPA, join a STEM-related student organization, and declare a STEM major.

Programs:
  • Mentorship twice a month from a college junior majoring in STEM at the same college as the student
  • $350 annual scholarship for participation

College Junior & Senior

Goal: Students will maintain a 3.0 GPA, intern in a STEM field, graduate from college, and secure a STEM-related job.

Programs:
  • Monthly mentorship from a young professional in their career field focused on STEM
  • Connections to summer internships and full-time jobs
  • Feedback on resumes and cover letters
  • $350 annual scholarship for participation
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