SNNA - LSAMP
SNNA - LSAMP
The Southern Nevada and Northern Arizona Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation
LSAMP is a nationally recognized program that supports minority student participation in areas of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics.
“Preparing CCC students for the STEM careers of today and tomorrow.”
- Larry Letourneau, Ph.D.
Are you interested in learning about and gaining more skills in STEM? There is an abundance of high-paying career opportunities in STEM and a shortage of trained people in these fields. Particularly, minority individuals are the least represented. SNNA-LSAMP is a National Science Foundation grant-funded program that provides free services to students that identify as a minority and are interested in, or are working towards, a degree in STEM. CCC students can take advantage of the many benefits of the program from the time they sign up until the time they graduate or transfer.
The LSAMP Program at Coconino Community College and the College of Southern Nevada both partner with Northern Arizona University and the University of Nevada Las Vegas in order to encourage our students to pursue a higher degree in STEM upon completion of their program with us.
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LSAMP Application Form
| Become a CCC LSAMP Scholar - JOIN NOW! |
Meet Your Mentor Night event, November 27th, 2018.
CCC and NAU LSAMP Program Scholars collaborate for the first time.
LSAMP Contact Form
Additional LSAMP Contact
2800 S. Lone Tree Road, Flagstaff AZ 86005
Faculty Offices 411 & 412 behind Registration
|Vidal Mendoza M.Ed. |
SNNA-LSAMP Program Coordinator
HS2CCC Dual Enrollment Specialist II
|Kenisha Manley |
Administrative Support Specialist I
Assistant to the Associate Provost
|Dr. Gonzalo PerezAssociate Provost |