STEMlinx is designed to give people of color, ages 14-21, an exposure and connection to STEM. STEMLinx will help participants understand STEM and develop a STEM identity leading to opportunities for careers and jobs in STEM.
Offering opportunities for education and training that help lower-skilled workers learn new skills and earn industry-recognized credentials that enable them to launch family-supporting careers with clear pathways for advancement.
Assisting communities through a comprehensive “reentry” program to address the full range of challenges in helping formerly incarcerated young adults make a successful transition back into their communities.
Providing individualized support combined with an academic environment that exercises flexibility in designing educational programs adapted to individual, cultural, and community needs.