A vote for breaking science barriers

Center for Education Excellence & Talent Development

April 19, 2019

The Chamber's strategic education affiliate, UNITE-LA, needs your vote! UNITE-LA is competing for a $100,000 grant that will further support biotechnology and health care career pathways programming work with youth in under-resourced schools.  UNITE-LA, together with the Chamber and its business partners, prepares students -- particularly those in underserved communities -- for rewarding STEM-centric careers like biotechnology. This funding would help do even more with more students!

Voting begins Monday, April 22, and ends Friday, April 26. Click here to vote for UNITE-LA’s proposal "Keeping it Real: Breaking Barriers in STEM Education."

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