Can volunteering be the difference-maker in your next interview? New, ground-breaking research at the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS) provides evidence of a relationship between…Comments closed
News and press releases regarding MESA and the San Diego MESA Alliance.
Science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) workers are essential to American innova tion and competitiveness in an increasingly dynamic and global marketplace. In this third report,…Comments closed
The San Diego Mathematics Engineering Science Achievement (MESA) Alliance has been awarded $3,500 from San Diego Gas & Electric (SDG&E) as part of their Energy Solutions Partners Network. The partnership entails providing important energy-savings messages as well as to help promote solutions – programs, services and tools – to some of the county’s most diverse, and often times, hard to reach households and businesses.Comments closed
Armed with only cardboard, sealant and duck tape, middle school students throughout the Imperial Valley managed to construct boats fit for two students for the MESA Cardboard Boat Competition.
The inaugural event saw a total of 33 boats from eight different Mathematics Science Engineering Advancement middle school programs test the water and the wind at the Central Union High School pool here Thursday.Comments closed
Are you looking for ways to extend your project’s successful work beyond the NSF funding through institutional support and to also leverage other reliable sources…Comments closed
SDG&E recently hosted a celebration lunch recognizing dozens of Workforce Education & Training partners involved with the grant program A Green Future Project. SDG&E awarded Green Future grants to several organizations over the past several months. The grant program aimed to provide funding for green job training and education to organizations supporting K-12 schools, trade schools, colleges/universities, underserved communities, veterans, minority and low-income groups.
SDG&E received 60 responses to the RFP solicitation that was sent out, and 24 proposals were approved representing more than $500,000 in awards.
“SDG&E is proud to collaborate with and support our Workforce Education & Training partners and help make our sustainable future a little greener,” said Caroline Winn, SDG&E’s vice president of customer services.Comments closed
Essentials to boilers and water heater operations With the high cost of natural gas, it is now more important than ever to operate boilers and…Comments closed
By KARINA LOPEZ Imperial Valley Press Staff Writer IMPERIAL – Gliders, bridges and prosthetic arms were in the air and in use at the Southern…Comments closed
By Julie Mashburn Hundreds of high school students will descend upon San Diego State University to compete in a Mathematics, Engineering, Science Achievement (MESA) competition at…Comments closed
Brenda Huerta (left), Imperial Valley Mathematics Engineering Science Achievement assistant coordinator, and Melissa Lizarraga, IVMESA program coordinator, talk about their preparations for the “Middle School Regional MESA Day” at their office in El Centro on Thursday. Lizarraga said MESA Day is scheduled April 20 at Imperial Valley College and anticipates more than 250 participants from the University of California Irvine, UC Riverside, Chapman University, San Diego State University, and Imperial Valley MESA. (JOSELITO VILLERO PHOTO / April 5, 2013)Comments closed