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Center for the Advancement of Hispanics in Science and Engineering Education 

8100 Corporate Drive, Suite 401

Landover  Maryland  20785  U.S.A.
Phone: 301-918-1014 Fax: 301-918-1087


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Over the past 10 years, the Center for the Advancement of Hispanics in Science and Engineering Education (CAHSEE) has developed a system of programs geared at channeling, primarily Latino and other underrepresented minority, students into science and engineering careers. These programs have proven to be successful in preparing Latino and other underrepresented youths to enter and succeed in science and engineering schools. CAHSEE is a non-profit organization registered in the District of Columbia with programs in Metropolitan Washington, New York, Chicago, Massachusetts, and California.

CAHSEE's programs are aimed at developing students' intellectual abilities, thus providing them with a sound academic foundation to bolster their professional expectations, attitude, and motivation towards learning and commitment to excellence and educational success. This is done by placing the students in a demanding, yet nurturing, academic environment. Rigorous academic demands in a can-do atmosphere have proven to have a marked effect on the future performance of CAHSEE students in math, science and engineering college programs.

CAHSEE's programs include:

  • The Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Institute
  • Saturday Academy and Student-Parent Workshops
  • The Young Educators Program (YEP)
  • SAT/SOAR program
  • Junior Engineers and Scientists Program (JESP)
  • Young Engineers and Scientists Program (YESP)

    Last Updated: 03-31-05

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