The grant will support a total of 45 low income students who are earning degrees in STEM fields. Students will receive a scholarship of up to $5,000 each year while they complete their degree. The scholarship recipients will receive additional support services including tutoring, advising, and assistance from faculty mentors. They will also have opportunities to participate in service learning and undergraduate research projects.
At this time, no additional scholarships will be awarded. However, all STEM students are encouraged to join the RiSE program.If you have questions about the EdSTEM$ project, you can contact Deann Leoni, 425.640.1184, or a STEM faculty member in your field.
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