INTRODUCING…The Class of 2017
AISS Bridging the gap between high school and college (featuring Edgar Sanchez):
AISS scholars and alumni rise from hardship to soar in excellence:
AISS students attending University of California Tau Beta Pi fraternity in Math and Science:
See our new class of 2013 AISS Scholars:
To help economically disadvantaged high school students gain a university education in the careers of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM).
- Motivate youth to specialize in the fields that are the future of our country, educational system, employment opportunities.
- Coordinate industry and academic partners to motivate and assist our students in applying to colleges and universities, majoring in STEM fields.
- Help parents of economically disadvantaged high school students understand the value of a higher education and access the resources necessary to enable their children to obtain an university education.
- Provide training on “cultural capital” to the students: leadership, team-work, cooperation, time management, manners, attire, comportment and personal presentation skills.