Understand graduation, G.E. requirements, policies, and review MESA participation.
Reinforce class material by providing additional problem solving.
Presentation and student team competitions utilizing Arduino robotics kits.
College Avenue Compact's junior high school students tour campus and engage in hands-on activities.
Programs include workshops and opportunities to network with STEM employers.
SDSU students show junior high and high school students campus, departments, labs, and sit-in in class.
Orientation and career exploration class required for new MESA program freshmen.
ASCE-YMF hosts as part of National Engineer's Week to spark interest in STEM.
College students assist pre-college students' expore to STEM and education outreach.
NSF's Sensorimotor Neural Engineering research and education.
MESA provides a fun activity for the families attending the San Diego Festival for Science & Engineering EXPO Day.
MESA students share information about MESA to potential incoming Aztecs.
Orientation and career exploration class required for new MESA program transfers.
Celebration of high achieving SDSU MESA students.
Middle and high school students are exposed to 3D printing technology.
Leaders from local diversity-focused STEM organizations collaborate efforts.
Students attend seminars on leadership and utilize leadership skills in team-based competitions at a local campsite.
Industry and college students judge pre-college students' projects in various STEM competitions.
Students engage in problem-solving sessions or robotics competitions.
NASA funded California Space Grant Consortium (CaSGC) in collaboration with UCSD.
MESA scholarships donated by alumni and industry will be presented at the MESA Graduation & Scholarship Reception.
Students will 'shadow' an engineer or scientist in their engineering or scientific work environment.
Industry mentors and speakers provide professional and leadership development.
MESA program updates, information, and guest speaker/activity for all current SDSU MESA program students.
Host company will provide ‘in-house’ training on technical skill sets and professional development.
College of Engineering's free Drop-In Tutoring Program for prep for major courses and some Engineering courses.
Teams design shoes from recycled material; these shoes are used to walk across a pool of water.
Junior high and high school females shadow current SDSU MESA females, alumnae, and professionals.
7th graders from the Compact For Success/SUHSD tour campus and engage in hands-on activities.