MESA Resources

Many resources are available in the MESA Center for students to conduct research on university options and applications, scholarships, internships, professional conferences, leadership opportunities, and major and career paths.   

MESA Program students also utilize many online resources including the following: 

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ACS Scholars Program 

AHETEMS 

American Institute of Architects/American Architectural Foundation Minority Disadvantaged Scholarship Program

American Nuclear Society Scholarship

American Physical Society Minority Scholarship 

Applying to UC 

Articulation Information  

College Scholarships for Women  

CSU Information and Applications  

HENAAC Scholars Program 

INROADS Internship Program 

MESA Statewide  

Mexican-American Engineers & Scientists (MAES) Local Chapter Awards 

Microsoft Scholarship Program 

Minority Geoscience Undergraduate Scholarships

National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP) 

NIH (National Institutes for Health) 

NSF REU (Research Experience for Undergraduates) 

Oncology Nursing Society Scholarships 

One Year to Go Check List  

Research Internships in Science & Engineering (RISE) 

Salvadoran American Leadership and Education Fund Scholarship 

Santa Barbara Scholarship Foundation 

Scholarship search

Scholarships for Women

Society of Exploration Geophysics Scholarship

Summer Undergraduate Program in Engineering Research at Berkeley (SUPERB) 

UC Personal Statement Tips  

UC Transfer Preparation Paths 

Undergraduate Award - Association for Women in Science (AWIS) 

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Ivan Lucatero

Ivan Lucatero
Cal Poly SLO, Aerospace Engineering

I excelled in math and science in school, so engineering was the right fit and I just had to figure out how to get it done. Throughout high school, I took courses at Allan Hancock College (AHC), and graduated as my high school valedictorian. I then attended AHC in search of a smooth transition to a university. I was able to take my lower division engineering courses and form a great relationship with my professors. While at AHC, I received multiple scholarships form the Allan Hancock Foundation, Santa Barbara Foundation, and MESA-NSF Scholarship. I then attended California Polytechnic University, San Luis Obispo, to pursue an aerospace engineering degree. After just one year at Cal Poly, I was accepted into one of the most prestigious internship programs that NASA offers, the Aeronautics Academy.
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