A pipeline from high school, through LMC, and into four-year colleges and universities
Fax: (925) 427-1599
Director, (925) 473-7689 Pittsburg campus or (925) 473-6910 Brentwood Center
Danielle serves as director for the STEM grant and main grant contact with the Department of Education. She has primary leadership responsibility for all grant related initiatives, and also takes a lead position in evaluation and data collection associated with grant projects.
Contact Danielle for management related matters.
Assistant-Director, (925) 473-7680
Ryan serves as an assistant to the Director for the STEM grant and main grant contact with the Department of Education. He has secondary leadership responsibility for all grant related initiatives.
Contact Ryan for management related matters.
MESA Director and STEM Scholarship Coordinator (925) 473-7685
The MESA Director oversees planning and implementation of the MESA Program as they pertain to STEM and state sponsorship. Nicole also oversees all NSF S-STEM Scholars Program related matters, including the tracking and implementation of program requirements and activities, organization of the STEM mentoring program, and recruitment of new scholars.
Contact Nicole for all S-STEM scholarship related matters.
Contact MESA for enrollment or MESA partnership related matters.
The STEM Initiatives Connector is responsible for developing a comprehensive knowledge of activities and needs that exist at both Los Medanos College (LMC) and the community with regards to STEM education and student success. The Connector position links LMC initiatives with the external community, with special connections to local high schools and industry partners in the East County.
Call the number above to find out about STEM involvement and programs that include the community at-large.
Counselor, (925) 473-7460
Marco is the STEM Counselor responsible for meeting with STEM/MESA students regarding their educational and transfer planning, career direction and transfer applications.
Contact Marco for STEM/MESA counseling matters.
The STEM Office staff is responsible for record and bookkeeping, publications, and correspondence within the grant. The office staff assists the STEM and MESA Directors and other staff as needed with the operations and administration of programs and services.
Contact the STEM Office for documentation and paperwork processing matters including project purchasing, travel, and payroll.
Dean of Math & Sciences
Office of Instruction: (925) 473-7404