This innovative program helps SSPF kids learn about underwater vehicles through building an underwater craft and then piloting it through an obstacle course plus other challenges.
Kids research a real-world problem such as food safety, recycling, energy, etc., and are challenged to develop a solution. They also must design, build, program a robot using LEGO MINDSTORMS®, then compete on a table-top playing field.
High school students design and build robots in an intense 6 week period simulating real-world conditions. It 's as close to real-world engineering as students can get.
The NURC is a challenging STEM competition with vertical articulation, mixing younger and older students to share in the STEM experience together, Building a community of STEM leaders.
Our dance program offers many forms of dance and including: baile folklorico, country western, big band and rock n’ roll.
The Scholarship Program’s mission: to provide students with the skills to help them become college ready and to achieve their goal of graduating from a college/university.
Chandler-Gilbert Community College and Si Se Puede Foundation provide a physics course for SSPF engineering students during their fall and spring school breaks.
Si Se Puede supports STEM education all the way through college. SSPF wants to support its student engineers all the way until they reach the 21st century workforce.
SSPF and Chandler High School partnered to create and deliver an International Baccalaureate Program in hopes of recruiting more students of color into the program.
Si Se Puede Foundation is taking action to increase the number of girls’ interest in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) from under-served communities to universities.
Chandler-Gilbert Community College and Si Se Puede Foundation provide a chemistry course for SSPF engineering students during their fall and spring school breaks.
Si Se Puede Foundation’s Recreational Soccer is at no cost to the community and is the cornerstone of Si Se Puede Foundation’s Youth sports program.
SSPF has provided hundreds of adult learners basic and Intermediate English classes to help them learn English by emphasizing four basic skill areas: listening, speaking, reading, and writing.
Chandler-Gilbert Community College and Si Se Puede Foundation provide a yearlong calculus club to SSPF’s Student Engineers.