GREENE

SCHOLARS

CURIOSITY IS OUR SUPERPOWER

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The Greene Scholars Program builds STEM confidence and competence in youth of African ancestry in the heart of Silicon Valley.  Our hands-on enrichment in science and math cultivates diversity in STEM careers.

Learn more about Greene Scholars in the video below.

Latest News

Read more about Stem Next Opportunity Fund's support of the Greene Scholar Program mission.  Family engagement is key to GSP's success.  

GSP Featured: Changing the game in STEM with Family Engagement

SSI Camps are currently open to GSP families and the public.  Register for elementary, middle, and high school camps here.

REGISTER NOW: 2019-20 Summer Science Institutes

Kudos to the over 90 participants of the 17th Annual GSP Science Fair and Awards Ceremony showcase event held on February 2, 2019 at Stanford University.

2018-19 Science Fair and Award Ceremony

What We Do

Greene Scholars receive year-round hands-on math, science and technology enrichment; compete in annual science fairs and engineering competitions; participate in entrepreneurial/leadership programs; and receive college application support.

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Monthly Scholar Sessions

Curriculum varies each year by age group stimulating the imagination every year.

Engineering Competition

A day to work through the design process to work together to complete a challenge.

Summer Science Institutes

STEM enrichment continues into the summer working with corporate partners.

Middle School Scholars

Science Fair

Mandatory hypothesis-driven or innovation project are on display each year.

Career Day

A day for scholars to experience the real-world and all of their future possibilities.

Parent Enrichment

Parent sessions leverage expertise and experiences of our families to strengthen the Program.

Why It Works

GSP provides an environment for students of African descent to build a supportive community who will leave high school college ready, STEM-competent and STEM-confident.

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Our Mission:  The Dr. Frank S. Greene Scholars Program helps youth of African ancestry in San Francisco Bay Area communities successfully complete higher education in science, technology, engineering and/or math (STEM), and serve as positive role models and contributors to their communities.

Greene Scholars is an IRS 501(c)(3) public charity. Federal Tax ID Number: 81-1553490
Copyright © 2016 Greene Scholars

P.O. Box 6393

Santa Clara, CA 95056

(408) 766-4776

contact@greenescholars.org

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