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SFAZ+8:  BUILDING CAPACITY FOR STEM PATHWAYS IN RURAL ARIZONA
$825,000 NSF Grant (DUE#1400687)

The SFAz+8 Program seeks to accelerate delivery of key STEM Pathway programs and activities through collaborations among a network of eight rural Arizona community colleges to prepare more students with STEM certifications and degrees that support local and state workforce demands.    

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KICKSTARTER PROGRAM FOR COMMUNITY COLLEGE HISPANIC SERVING INSTITUTIONS
$1.8M NSF GRANT (HRD#1450661)

The KickStarter Program, a 3 year NSF grant led by SFAz,  is a technical assistance program that prepares and positions Hispanic Serving Community Colleges (HSCC's) to compete successfully for federal funds with focus on student recruitment and retention in STEM fields.  After a rigorous assessment and STEM Pathways Planning Process, each HSCC will write proposals for at least 2 federal funding grants.  The HSCC's also expect to increase sustainability of newly funded programs through engagement with a broader range of partners in K-12, industry, and four-year institutions to create stronger STEM Pathway programs.  There are 11 HSCC's in total across 2 cohorts.

Cohort 1 - Laredo Community College, TX; Palo Alto College, TX; Miami Dade North Campus, FL; Los Angeles Mission College, CA; West Hills College, CA.   Established in 2015.

Cohort 2 - Central Arizona College, AZ; LA Harbor College, CA; Lee College, TX; NMSU Grants, NM; Phoenix College, AZ; San Joaquin Delta College, CA; Established in 2016.

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