America’s global leadership is threatened because not enough students are succeeding in math and sciences—especially lower-income female and minority students. This “gap” not only causes immediate challenges but also long-term problems for undeserved populations.  By partnering with local organizations such as QUALCOMM, universities and other local institutions, our program plans to bring STEM-Science, technology, engineering and math—education to students in our community.  The UC San Diego Refugee Health Unit will also focus on bridging the achievement gap by providing educational and social support.

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