Celebrating 35 years of vibrant connections
Since 1985, Oregon MESA has invested in the potential of diverse young people. We strive towards a future where all students - no matter race, gender, economic status, or zip code - can have the opportunity and preparation to succeed in the STEM fields and enter the innovation economy. To achieve a more equitable Oregon, MESA employs invention education to empower students of color, low-income youth, and girls to achieve academic success and college enrollment.
MESA Moving Forward: COVID-19 News & Updates
The last few weeks have been challenging for everyone as we’ve seen a dramatic shift in the lives of people across the country and in Oregon. MESA traditionally relies on bringing people physically together — from Chapter meetings to MESA Day — to build those deep connections between students, teachers, families, volunteers, and our community.
We’re evolving to meet the changing needs and constraints of these times. From taking events virtual, to communicating more frequently to MESA families, to creating new ways for volunteers to continue engaging with our program, MESA is still working to bring educational opportunities to students and families under these new circumstances. Learn more about some of these initiatives below.
Oregon MESA serves over 400 students and their families annually. MESA students are:
Oregon MESA continues to offer life-changing programs to students because of the generous grants and donations from our supporters.
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