Cox wants to make sure all students have access to the internet. Qualifying households can receive internet for $9.95 per month.
Get tips on safe browsing, plus explore educational videos, tutorials and games for the whole family with the Cox Digital Academy. Focusing on topics such as Internet basics, social media, online safety, job searches and more. It’s the perfect introduction to life on the Internet.
Connecting with the community is an integral part of our company’s core beliefs. Through relationships with community organizations and charitable groups and volunteering our time, Cox employees are making our community a better place. Check out grant opportunities.
Employment in San Diego’s priority sectors—life sciences, technology, clean energy, healthcare and advanced manufacturing requires a strong foundation in science, technology, engineering, art and math (STEAM). C2C has made it a priority to develop pipelines for young adults to obtain the education and work experience necessary to enter and succeed in these sectors. C2C’s STEAM-related programming targets both students/young adults and education professionals. Young adult programs focus on job development, placement support, and business outreach, while education professional programming focuses on professional development for teachers and curriculum modification based on high-demand workplace skills.
Life Sciences Summer Institute (LSSI)
LSSI nourishes a passion for science and math in San Diego’s next generation of scientists. SDWP—in collaboration with BIOCOM and the Southern California Biotechnology Center (SCBC) at Miramar College—created LSSI in 2005 to strengthen science and math education in San Diego County and develop a future workforce for the region’s burgeoning life sciences industry. Today LSSI connects high school students with leading San Diego life sciences companies through paid internships.
SDG&E supports STEM K-12 teachers by matching donations for STEM projects posted to DonorsChoose.org. Teachers at schools in SDG&E’s service area are eligible to receive matching funds for STEM education projects of $1000 or less (up to a $500/$500 SDG&E match). SDG&E provides a double match (up to a $334/$667 SDG&E match) for eligible teacher projects at schools in disadvantaged communities as determined by checking the map here on CalEnviroScreen.
Learn more at www.donorschoose.org/SDGE.
Science Delivered provides quality science enrichment by providing awesome in-class field trips for K-5 and an innovative science communication and community program for teens.