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GSP 2020-21 is Underway!

GSP is kicking off another year of engagement in STEM.  An agile GSP has worked all summer long to make sure that we can provide workshops remotely to our 150+ scholars. Thanks to the many parent volunteers who have stepped up to the challenge, and we look forward to the learning opportunities this year.

2020 Summer Science Institutes Success

We did it!  Our efforts paid off, as GSP was able to pivot to virtual SSI workshops. They provided our scholars with an opportunity to engage in fun STEM activities.  Thank you to our partner Fun Weird Science and our parent volunteers who made this possible.  

Congratulations Graduating Seniors!

Congratulations to ALL of our 2020 graduating Seniors!!!  Our Greene Scholar family celebrates the end of a chapter for 14 scholars that began with us in elementary school, and will continue for at Cal Poly Pomona, Evergreen Valley College, Howard U., MIT, Morehouse College, Pomona College, SF State U., Spellman College, Southwestern U., Stanford U., UCSC, and U of Chicago.  We look forward to all your accomplishments to come.

REGISTER NOW: 2019-20 Summer Science Institutes

SSI Camps will be virtual this year.  Registration is currently open to GSP families and the public.  Register for "The Weather is Looking Up Camp" at Stanford University for elementary-aged students, "Today’s Innovations – STEM-Possible Camp" at Applied Materials for middle schoolers, and "Robotics Camp" at Amazon for high schoolers.  Register here

GSP Featured: Changing the game in STEM with Family Engagement

Greene Scholars Program is grateful to have the support of Stem Next Opportunity Fund as we work to ensure the next generation of STEM-confident and STEM-competent lifelong learners.  Read more about how family engagement plays a critical role in GSP's success.

GSP Annual Science Fair & Expo - Success

Our 18th annual scholar project competition was held on Saturday, February 1 at Stanford University.  Congratulations to all of our scholars, and thanks to all the Judges and volunteers who made the day such a success!

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.

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