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MESA Program

California's STEM Solution

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The MESA Program was founded by the University of California and provides academic support for thousands ofeducationally and economically disadvantaged students so they can excel in math and science. MESA came to LosMedanos College in Fall 2009 to serve educationallyunderrepresented students in STEM fields. Through a wide range of services, MESA helps develops the necessary academic and leadership skills to successfully transfer and later graduate from a four-year university with a degree inmathematics, engineering, science or computer science.

 

MESA at LMC currently serves 300 students.

 

Community College Program Goal: Support and ensure successful transfer to 4-year college in math-based/science majors.

 

MESA Offers

Academic excellence workshops, tutors in science and math, professional development, academic/transfer counseling, internship and scholarship opportunities, dedicated study center for workshops, community building and support, and local industry connections.

 

 

APPLY TO MESA

Are you a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering or Math) Major? Are you planning to transfer to a 4 year university? Apply to MESA!

 

Click Here to Apply!

 

 

These majors do not qualify for MESA: Nursing, Kinesiology, ETEC/PTEC

 

 

 

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Thank You!

 

dowThank you Dow Cap Grant 2016 for providing MESA with funds to buy calculators for our academic center.

 

 

 

 

 

west yost

Thank you West Yost Associates for providing volunteer judges for our Walk on Water event and an in kind monetary contribution to our program.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Past Funding, in-kind contributions, scholarships, and internships to assist MESA students have been provided by: Boeing, Chevron, General Electric, Google, HP, IBM, Intel, AT&T, PG&E, The East Bay Community Foundation and Dow Chemical.