- 2 million dollars will be invested for technology and science
- The objectives of said investment are disclosed
- This will benefit Spanish-speaking students
2 million in technology: They just gave Hispanics good news! California State University Northridge released news that several million dollars in funding will be invested to cultivate knowledge about technology, science, engineering, and math.
It was communicated what these funds will work for and what benefits this incredible agreement will bring. This will be channeled through the Equity Innovation Hub (EIH). Here are the details you need to know about the new deal.
Unexpected announcement with very good news
According to Agencia EFE, California State University (USA) in Northridge, CSUN, announced this Monday, July 11, the provision of USD 1.8 millions in funds with the support of Apple to subsidize STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) education for Latino students.
The objective is clear to them, as they seek to encourage this next generation of Latinos to choose training paths that lead them towards careers in high demand in the labor market in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics, as well as like the creative industries. Filed Under: 2 million in technology
2 million in technology: This will be done to facilitate the process
Agencia EFE reported that through aid of between USD 50,000 and USD 150,000, HSI will provide support and programming to the 21 California State University campuses designated as Institutions Serving the Hispanics by the United States Government.
“Hispanic-Serving Institutions serve as a model of opportunity for Latino and Hispanic students and communities of color, and we are thrilled to help create new educational pathways on their campuses for this next generation of STEM learners and leaders.” said Apple’s vice president for Environment, Policy and Social Initiatives Lisa Jackson. Filed Under: 2 million in technology
2 million in technology: Applications are starting
Reports indicate that the application process for this first round of community grants from California State University California HSI is now open and will close on Monday, September 26.
The list of selected will be known on Friday, October 7 and, in addition to financial aid, those who apply may also request Apple technology. California has the largest and most diverse higher education system in the United States, reported EFE. Filed Under: 2 million in technology