Space Grant Summer Camp for High School Students


My name is Isabel Carrera and I want to share with you a unique opportunity that the Washington NASA Space Grant Consortium has prepared for this summer. Mission Earth Scout One/Misión Exploración Tierra 1 is a four-week STEM summer camp on the University of Washington campus to inspire bilingual youth through hands-on activities. The program is also seeking to recruit certified teachers to serve as program mentors.

Participants will have fun learning about climate change while gaining valuable STEM skills such as problem-solving, creativity and collaboration. The camps will also give the students an opportunity to innovate, work with actual scientists in a variety of fields, and learn how they can make a change in the world.

During the camp, students will explore STEM careers through experiments, field trips, and visits to area museums and laboratories on the University of Washington campus. Students will interact with scientists while completing guided experiments and activities. These experiences will help students develop high-level research skills and subject matter expertise, and allow them to earn credentials valuable for college admission.

Program Dates and Location:

  • August 1- 26, 2016
  • Monday through Friday, 10:00 am – 2:00 pm

Application forms can be obtained through the website, both in English and Spanish:

Applications are due no later than June 3, 2016.

Please, help us to spread the word. I’m attaching a flyer in English and in Spanish to be distributed as your best convenience.

This is a low-cost summer camp, although, there will be a $5 fee per week for snacks (no lunch will be provided).

If you have any question, please contact me via email: or contact the Administrative Coordinator Juan Carlos Chávez:

Thanks for your support!

Best regards,

Isabel Carrera Zamanillo

School of Environmental and Forest Sciences
Graduate Fellow in Environmental Politics and Governance, Center for Environmental Politics

University of Washington

Campamento de Verano 2016

Summer Camp 2016

Latina Style Business Series

On behalf of LATINA Style Magazine, we would like to invite SHPE to participate in the Seattle LATINA Style Business Series.
LATINA Style Inc. is proud to present the following partnership opportunity for the 2016 Business Series Tour. This interactive business development program brings together Latina business owners with the key corporations and government agencies that provide the goods and services needed by those outstanding entrepreneurs to create or expand their business. Over 32,000 Latina entrepreneurs have participated in the Series since its inception in 1998.

The program covers a wide range of topics including: access to capital; strategic sales & marketing strategies; professional, technology, and communications services; corporate & federal procurement opportunities; and so much more. The seminar is a one-day event that includes an exhibit area with a networking breakfast, panel sessions, Latina Entrepreneur Award luncheon with a keynote speaker, and a networking reception (held the night before and by invitation only). Each participant is given a commemorative gift bag which will include items from our sponsors and partners. An excellent opportunity to reach the growing Hispanic market! Here is the link to our website with more information on what our Business Series does and how it affects the Latina community. (

Engineering Fair & Family Day


Event to be held at the following time, date, and location:

Saturday, February 6, 2016 from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM (PST)

The Museum of Flight
9404 East Marginal Way South
Seattle, WA 98108

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Greetings Ladies & Gents,

The Puget Sound Engineering Council (PSEC), Society of Hispanic Professional (SHPE) along with many other Puget Sound organizations invite you & your families to join us for the PSEC annual Engineering Fair at The Museum of Flight! (Entrance is FREE)

Let’s continue to inspire the next generation of Scientist, Technology gurus, Engineers & Mathematicians as they continue to learn about the exciting career opportunities in the #STEM fields by talking to professionals in the field from NASA, Boeing and various universities. Student clubs will also be in force, and there will be plenty of hands-on activities for young children.

Please feel free to let us know if you have any questions, comments or concerns.

Thank You & See Ya there! 🙂

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We hope you can make it!

SHPE Puget Sound


FOSTERing MBA Access


Your SHPE Familia is always in the look-out for events that can enhance your professional careers. We are extending this event to You! Please attend the next installment of FOSTERing MBA Access.

Please spread the word and pass along the invite to your respective networks.

When: Thursday October 29

Location: Paccar Hall, University of Washington

Description: FOSTERing MBA Access is an event designed to increase opportunities for diverse and underrepresented communities. Discover why professionals from diverse and underrepresented communities (people of color, LGBTQ, women and veterans) decided to pursue an MBA and how it has helped enhance their careers. It will be an evening of honest and open discussion with alumni business leaders, staff, and current underrepresented students of the Foster MBA program.

MBA Graduates & Current Students Panels
5:30 – 6:30 P.M.
Room 292, PACCAR Hall
Mixer with Keynote: Holli Martinez, Director of Diversity and Inclusion at T-Mobile
6:00 – 7:30 P.M.
Jiambalvo Hearth, PACCAR Hall

Event Sponsors: Foster Diversity in Business Club, Foster Out in Business, Foster Women in Business, Foster Veterans Association, MBA Career Management, Foster MBA Program Office, and Foster MBA Admissions


Best Regards,

FOSTERing MBA Access