SSPF STEM Center

3225 N. Washington St., Chandler, AZ 85225

The mission of the Si Se Puede Foundation is to provide an opportunity for underserved populations to be exposed to and become more proficient at Science, Technology, Engineering and Math, (STEM). In order to fulfill this mission, the Si Se Puede Foundation is opening a STEM Center. The SSPF STEM center will serve high school students through college students as well as adults from the community. There will be no cost to the students that sign up and are accepted into our programs, funding will be provided by sponsors. One of the functions of the SSPF STEM center is to be the bridge for these underserved populations so they can be an interactive part of the 21st century economy. The Si Se Puede Foundation is a nonprofit organization and therefore the SSPF STEM Center by default is also nonprofit. This SSPF STEM center is the only one of its kind and magnitude in Chandler and the state. This is a grand experiment to see if such a venture can deliver on its mission and if so, can it be duplicated in other locations throughout the state. Sponsors of the STEM center will be listed in the lobby on a large plaque honoring their participation in this endeavor. The following proposal is to help get the STEM Center up and running. 

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Albert L Esparza

Si Se Puede Foundation is a prevention and advocacy organization that encourages its participants to be stakeholders in their community. The organization’s three main service components include educational programming, community activities & advocacy, and recreational activities for youth. The organization focuses on school and community risk factors that are barriers to educational achievement including, delinquency, gang affiliation, and family/school/community detachment. ​