SNNA - LSAMP
SNNA - LSAMP
The Southern Nevada and Northern Arizona Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation
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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The LSAMP Program is a nationwide initiative dedicated to Louis Stokes (1925 – 2015), who was the first African American to become elected for the U.S. House of Representatives and served 30 years as the Ohio Congressman. Stokes served on a segregated army unit during WWII, following his high school graduation and went on to earn a law degree and become an attorney. Stokes was also elected as a member of the House of Appropriations Committee. He showed strong support for many bills that were intended to assist disadvantaged populations. In 2007, a Louis Stokes Museum in Cleveland, OH was opened in his honor.
The Southern Nevada Northern Arizona (SNNA) LSAMP Program was founded in 2017 and is funded by the NSF LSAMP grant HRD1712523, as an addition to the many LSAMP alliances nationwide. SNNA-LSAMP's goal is to substantially increase the number of STEM baccalaureate degrees earned at alliance institutions by students from historically underrepresented populations.
For more information about the grant, please visit the LSAMP National Science Foundation Page.
This list includes multiple scholarships, both local and national, that are aimed at helping minority individuals succeed in their academic endeavors as well as internships and job opportunities that are available to CCC students majoring in a STEM field. Please contact us if you have any questions, need assistance with submitting your applications, or need a letter of recommendation.
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As LSAMP Participants you are asked to please participate in at least two or more LSAMP events, participant services, or volunteer opportunities per semester. Please remember that each of these looks great on either college, internship, scholarship, or employment applications. The following calendar lists the upcoming events that you may count toward your participation.
Please keep in mind that some of these events require that you give us advance notice if you plan to attend, as we will be paying registration or admission fees for you. You can click on each event to see more details.
Transportation accommodations can be provided by contacting an LSAMP representative in advance.
Haley Singer was the winner of the Fall 2019 LSAMP Recruitment Challenge and was awarded a $50 Amazon gift card. Haley recruited a total of 5 new students into the program! She says she would like to thank all of her friends that signed up. Congrats, Haley, and thank you for all of your hard work!
The first generation in her immediate family to go to college, Shawna Greyeyes gravitated toward the sciences early.
“It explains how the world works, in a way, and that appeals to me,” she said.
Currently a CCC2NAU student in the Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation program, her goal is to continue her studies at Northern Arizona University for a degree in Environmental Science. The LSAMP program has provided her with exposure to research in STEM-related fields, and she has a mentor at NAU who helps her navigate the waters toward her degree goals.
“I want to get my degree and go back to my community on the Navajo Nation to educate the youth about the environment and how important it is …,” Greyeyes said.
- Animal Sciences
- Food Science and Technology
- Plant Sciences
- Soil Sciences
- Agriculture, Agriculture Operations and Related Sciences, Other
Natural Resources and Conservation
- Natural Resources Conservation and Research
- Natural Resources Management and Policy
- Fishing and Fisheries Sciences and Management
- Wildlife and Wildlands Science and Management
- Natural Resources and Conservation, Other
- Environmental Design
- Architectural Sciences and Technology
Computer and Information Sciences
- Computer and Information Sciences, General
- Computer Programming
- Information Science/Studies
- Computer Science
- Computer Software and Media Applications
- Engineering, General
- Aerospace, Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering
- Agricultural Engineering
- Architectural Engineering
- Ceramic Sciences and Engineering
- Chemical Engineering
- Civil Engineering
- Computer Engineering
- Electrical, Electronics and Communi¬cations Engineering
- Engineering Mechanics
- Engineering Physics
- Engineering Science
- Environmental/Environmental Health Engineering
- Materials Engineering
- Mechanical Engineering
- Metallurgical Engineering
- Mining and Mineral Engineering
- Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering
- Nuclear Engineering
- Ocean Engineering
- Petroleum Engineering
- Systems Engineering
- Textile Sciences and Engineering
- Polymer/Plastics Engineering
- Construction Engineering
- Industrial Engineering
- Manufacturing Engineering
- Operations Research
- Surveying Engineering
- Geological/Geophysical Engineering
- Paper Science and Engineering
- Electromechanical Engineering
- Mechatronics, Robotics, and Automation Engineering.
- Biochemical Engineering
- Engineering Chemistry
- Biological/Biosystems Engineering
- Engineering, Other
- Engineering Technology, General
- Construction Engineering Technologies
- Engineering-Related Technologies
- Engineering-Related Fields
- Biology, General
- Biochemistry, Biophysics and Molecular Biology
- Botany/Plant Biology
- Cell/Cellular Biology and Anatomical Sciences
- Microbiological Sciences and Immunology
- Zoology/Animal Biology
- Physiology, Pathology and Related Sciences
- Biomathematics, Bioinformatics, and Computational Biology
- Ecology, Evolution, Systematics, and Population Biology
- Neurobiology and Neurosciences
- Biological and Biomedical Sciences, Other
- Applied Mathematics
- Mathematics and Statistics, Other
- Biological and Physical Sciences
- Systems Science and Theory
- Mathematics and Computer Science
- Natural Sciences
- Nutrition Sciences
- Human Biology
- Computational Science
- Marine Sciences
- Physical Sciences
- Astronomy and Astrophysics
- Atmospheric Sciences and Meteorology
- Geological and Earth Sciences/Geosciences
- Materials Science
- Physical Sciences, Other
Business and Management
- Management Sciences and Quantitative Methods, Other
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