Project PROMESAS Outreach

Project PROMESAS Outreach seeks to increase the number of Hispanic and low-income, first-time students enrolled in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math)

For K-14 educators, administrators and partners:

Project PROMESAS provides the following outreach activities within the community:

Science Carnival is a FREE community event that engages students in kindergarten through 8th grades in over 100 hands-on science activities in a spooky, carnival setting.  The annual event is held either the weekend before or after Halloween.  Learn more about the Science Carnival. 

 STEM Pathways Workshops for parents of middle and high school students.  Workshop attendees will learn about pathways to a STEM career, the benefits of a STEM career, methods to search STEM career options and Project PROMESAS's recommendation to students to better prepare for a STEM pathway.  Requests for STEM Pathways Workshops should be submitted at least 2 months prior to the event for consideration. All requests for the 2017-2018 academic year have been filled.  Please return July 1st, 2018 to complete an application request form for the next academic year.  Thank you!

Contact: Sandra Birmingham, Associate Director for STEM Educational Outreach                            Email: or 805.437.3597

For CI students:

Apply here for a STEM Outreach Assistant position (positions currently filled)