By Ricardo Sánchez Silva, @RicardoLoDice, NAHP Media Correspondent
The future of students, children of Hispanic parents, can often be uncertain if they do not have due orientation about possible study options, and mainly financial support. In such regard, Great Minds in STEM (GMiS) offers a new series of specific K-12 educational programs, which promote university studies, awareness, and access to science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM), among traditionally underrepresented groups.
The Latin communities are within these sectors. Motivation and exposure of young people to role models, such as engineers and scientists, is of the utmost importance, as well … Read More >>