The S-STEM program is a synergistic effort between the NMSU College
of Engineering, NMSU student support programs and services, and a network
of community colleges and high schools that are geographically dispersed
throughout New Mexico. Building on the existing state-wide partnership
established in 1993 by the New Mexico Alliance for Minority Participation
(New Mexico AMP) Program, the NMSU S-STEM will establish the S-STEM
Scholarship available to transfer students and incoming freshman. The
program will support academic achievement, professional development,
workforce preparation, and baccalaureate degree completion of academically
talented and financially needy students in engineering, particularly
those from groups that are historically underrepresented.. For more
information about the program, call Jossie Lannert, New Mexico AMP Conference
and Student Program Coordinator, at (575) 646 -1847.
S-STEM Application (PDF Format)
The MESA Scholarship is available to students who participate in the New Mexico Math, Engineering, Science Achievement program and who intend to major in a STEM discipline. The award package includes $800, and registration fees and meals at the Student Research Conference. For more information about the program, call Jossie Lannert, New Mexico AMP Conference and Student Program Coordinator, at (575) 646 -1847.
Raytheon Missile Systems established the RAYTHEON Minority Engineering Scholarship in the fall of 2000. Scholarships are available on an annual basis. Students are eligible for on-going support provided they continue to meet eligibility requirements. Selected students may also be eligible for a paid intership position at RAYTHEON during the summer depending on funding availability. For more information contact main office (575) 646-1847.
Raytheon Application is available upon request.
The Summer Community College Opportunity for Research Experience (SCCORE)
offers New Mexico community college students a six-week summer bridge
experience on the New Mexico State University campus. The program provides
students the opportunity to research with NMSU faculty mentors, fostering
student success and assisting them in the transition to participating
New Mexico AMP baccalaureate-granting institutions. The program is designed
to help students further realize their potential and build academic
and research skills. In the program, students work 20-25 hours a week
on their faculty mentor's research project and they enroll in a credit-bearing
university-level course in which they prepare for a program-end symposium,
explore professions of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics
(STEM), and learn more about transferring to a four-year university.
Participants receive free room and board and paid university registration
and course enrollment fees, in addition to a student stipend of $1500.
The SCCORE program is sponsored by the New Mexico Alliance for Minority
Participation (New Mexico AMP), a partnership representing New Mexico
‘s federally-funded tribal colleges and state-funded community colleges
and four-year universities. For more information about the program,
call Jeanne Garland, New Mexico AMP SCCORE Coordinator, at (575) 646
-1847. This summer, the SCCORE program will be held from June 22- July 29, 2008
Transfer scholarships are available to New Mexico AMP students tranferring from a two-year to a four-year institution to pursue a degree in a Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) disciple. They are available to students as they begin their first semester at a four-year New Mexico Institution. Students are awarded $1000 for the first semester that they transfer. For more information about the program, call Jossie Lannert, New Mexico AMP Conference and Student Program Coordinator, at (575) 646 -1847.
Students participating in the Undergraduate Research Assistantship (URA) program serve as apprentice researchers on a faculty member's research project. Participating students must establish a working schedule with their mentors and are expected to work a minimum of 10 hours per week during the academic year and 20 hours per week during the summer. Selection criteria for the URA program include GPA requirements, full-time enrollment in a Science, Technology, Engineering, or Mathematics (STEM) discipline, and a comprehensive and focused research project proposal. A strong interest in and potential for graduate studies is also considered. For more information about the program, call Josie Lannert, Student Research Program Coordinator, at (575) 646 -1847.
The Hispanic Scholarship Fund (HSF) is the nation's leading Hispanic scholarship organization, providing the Hispanic community more college scholarships and educational outreach support than any other organization in the country. In 34 years, the Hispanic Scholarship Fund has awarded over 90,000 scholarships to students in need worth over $250M. Two-thirds of these students were the first in their families to go to college.
HSF’s mission is to strengthen America by advancing the college education of Hispanic Americans. HSF will achieve this mission by increasing the rate of Hispanics earning a college degree.