In Our World...

StudentsOur interest in science and math is consistently nurtured. We are encouraged to explore our creativity and innovativeness. Our intellectual curiosity is valued. We ALL graduate from high school and college. We are successful scientists, engineers or professionals with STEM backgrounds poised to lead our country. There are no achievement or opportunity gaps.

Welcome to the world as seen through our eyes. Welcome to Greene Scholars!

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3rd-12th grade youth of African ancestry receive 500 - 1200 hours of hands-on STEM enrichment and college preparation while in the program.

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Leveraging their technical expertise and individual leadership, parents are required to volunteer a minimum of four hours monthly.

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Through strategic partnerships or event sponsorships, we encourage our global community of corporations, foundations and individual donors who are dedicated to youth development to support the GSP mission.



Whether as a science fair judge or career fair interviewer, volunteers are the backbone of our organization. GSP thrives from the rich experiences, expertise and contributions of our volunteers.


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13th Annual Science Fair and Gala

Join us in supporting our 130 Budding Scientists and Saluting our 10 Graduating Seniors. The 13th annual GSP Science Fair will be held on Saturday, January 24, 2015. Our fair is a 3rd – 12th grade STEM based event will be hosted by Cypress Semiconductor of San Jose, California. For more information, see the event flyers (Science Fair flyer | Gala flyer). To reserve your tickets, click on each of the following buttons:

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Science Fair Highlights

The 12th annual GSP Science Fai rwas held on Saturday, January 25, 2014 at Cypress Semiconductor. Strict adherence to scientific methodology and experimental design is required.

Video: 2014 Science Fair Highlights

Meet Our Team

The Greene Scholars Program is design to develop 21st century leaders with strong science and mathematics backgrounds. Our Scholars benefit from a culturally conscience community that provides longterm support. For over 13 years, our team has harnessed our technical expertise and leadership to drive this unique program and its initiatives.

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Program Calendar
Program Highlights
13th Annual Science Fair - January 24, 2015 - Cypress Semiconductor
13th Annual Science Fair Luncheon & Gala Awards - January 25, 2015 - Dolce Hayes Mansion
Class of 2015 Admission Open - April 15 - June 1, 2015
8th Annual Career Fair - April 18, 2015 - Texas Instruments
2nd Annual Engineering Competition - June
GSP High School Summer Science Institutes - June 15-19, 2015
GSP Middle School Summer Science Institutes - June 22-26, 2015
GSP Elementary School Summer Science Institutes - June 22-26, 2015
Achievement Gap Closed

The GSP has closed the achievement gap. You read it right! ALL of our students have passed the California High School Exit Exam (CAHSEE) and graduated from high school. GSP sends 100% of those who successfully complete the program to college. 90% graduate from college in 4 years. 60% with Bachelors degrees in STEM-related fields, which is 8x the national average for African American students.

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Contact Us

Greene Scholars Program
P. O. Box 3134
San Jose, CA 95156

Program Headquarters
Cypress Semiconductor
198 Champion Court, Building #6
San Jose, CA 95134

Meet the Director
Gloria Whitaker-Daniels

(408) 766-4776 [Phone] [Email]


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