The African American Male Pipeline Project and Women In STEM Education Project Winter Meet & Greet

It was a night to celebrate the UC Berkeley African American Male Pipeline Project (AAMPP) and Womyn in STEM Education (WISE) at the Winter Meet and Greet. 

These programs are part of the Pre-College Trio Programs in the Centers for Educational Partnership.  Each year, 20 males and 15 females in West Contra Costa are selected to participate based on their academic potential in math and science, recommendations from teachers and staff, and the commitment of their parent or guardian. The focus of their work is to increase the college-going rate and preparation for a career in STEM fields for African American male and female students of color by providing comprehensive college awareness and advising mentorships, mental and emotional empowerment, academic preparation, and workforce development.  After 

Find out more about AAMP and WISE  

UC Berkeley African American Male Pipeline Project Sumer 2017 Internship Participants. Women in STEM Education Project - MC and Honor Roll Recipient Gia Ivory. Womyn in STEM Education