1. STCC receives millions in funding for Hispanic and low-income STEM students

    STCC receives millions in funding for Hispanic and low-income STEM students

    U.S. Rep. Richard Neal, D-Springfield, joined STCC President John Cook and other administrators in Schibeli Hall Wednesday to announce that the school had received a five-year grant to provide support, resources and services to students in STEM majors. Neal commended Cook and the leadership at STCC for their efforts to provide students the training they need to enter the future workforce

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    1. Most jobs in the future will require a basic understanding of science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
    2. Hispanic students come from a variety of cultures and we have a lot of pressures from our family from being the first in many classrooms.
    3. Even in my classes right now, even though the enrollment is much higher in minority students at Bay Path, (in) my classrooms in STEM, there are minority students but not that many.
    4. It will be great for me because now I can find more opportunities and classes that will help advance my major in a couple of years.
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