Welcome to C6 LSAMP at Cabrillo College!

California Central Coast Community College Collaborative is a multi-institution grant of the Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation in Science program of the National Science Foundation. We are working together as 8 colleges to acheive an increase in the success and transfer rates of Hispanic students in STEM.

C6 is funded by the National Science Foundation’s (NSF) Louis Stokes Alliances for Minority Participation Bridge to the Baccalaureate Program (NSF LSAMP/B2B), No. 2110112.

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Support for C6 LSAMP Scholars

The C6 Alliance focuses on three pillars of support for its C6 Scholars:

  1. Research Opportunities

  2. Academic Support

  3. Professional Development/Career Exploration

C6 pools its resources together to bring you – as an LSAMP-C6 Scholar – the very best STEM resources and opportunities that each college has to offer. For example, our collaborative symposium series offered every semester includes STEM topics such as success strategies, career exploration, financial aid and scholarships, internship opportunities, health and personal welfare, and professional skill development.

Horticulture Associate Faculty, Grant Director, National Science Foundation Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation, Program Manager, Ganas
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C6 Activities at Cabrillo

This is a speaker series where we talk to one STEM professional about their career and the academic journey that got them there. Typically organized as 1 hour zoom meetings.

Student tutors in CHEM 1A and Math 4

Receive priority invitations to LSAMP events

Next trip is a STEM major focused trip to Cal Poly San Luis Obispo on 2/24/2022

Check out our billboard to the right of the main entrance to the STEM Center.

Attend our Workshop 'Landing STEM Internships and REU Positions'

Wednesday, December 7, 12PM – 2PM

In Room 806, below the STEM Center