The San Diego Foundation today announced $750,000 in grants to 13 nonprofit programs to create more opportunities for students, particularly from underrepresented communities, pursuing STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) degrees and careers.
A $50,000 grant from the San Diego COVID-19 Community Response Fund will support the Elementary Institute of Science's STEM-focused online enrichment program.
A San Diego COVID-19 Community Response Fund grant is enabling Computers 2 Kids to help bridge the digital divide for students.
On November 13, the Salk Institute for Biological Studies will host 300 female students from San Diego high schools as part of the 5th Annual Women in Biotech event, “The Places Your Imagination Takes You,” an initiative led by the STEAM Leadership Series.
Find out how The San Diego Foundation's Science & Technology grants helps strengthen San Diego’s innovation economy by expanding pathways to success for all San Diegans.
Kid Spark has partnered with The San Diego Foundation to help more schools utilize its STEM model, with plans to provide its program and training to at least 20 more San Diego classrooms by fall 2019.
The STEAM Leadership Series, sponsored by The San Diego Foundation and other local partners, will host an event, “16 & Me: Opportunities in Genomics Experience,” for 75 high school students from the San Diego Unified School District to learn about STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math) experiences from one of the world’s leading scientists.
The STEAM Leadership Series, sponsored by The San Diego Foundation and other local partners, will host an event, “Women in Biotech: New Frontiers in Medicine” for 300 female high school students from schools in San Diego to learn about STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math) experiences from female business leaders who have achieved success locally and nationally.
Learn how The San Diego Foundation supports the regional innovation economy through STEM advancement.