- Accelerated College Program
- Bridges to the Baccalaureate
- College Newspaper
- Mesa College Theatre
- Museum Studies
- Music Ensembles
- Personal Growth
- CRUISE Program
- Mesa Tutoring & Computing Center
- Work Experience
Upon completion of SEEDS requirements students are eligible for a $500 scholarship awarded in April of the completion year.
SEEDS Scholar and $40,000 Fellowship winner, Jessica Vallejo!
Learn more about her story in San Diego Mesa College Superheroes of Equity and Excellence Newsletter.
Two SEEDS Scholars, Ti'Shaun Allen and Claudia Nieto (pictured above), were accepted to participate in the Summer Training Academy for Research Success (STARS) at UCSD this Summer 2017.
Congratulations to Claudia and Ti'Shaun!
SEEDS Scholar, Allondra Gonzalez, has received a PAID internship with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services through the Diversity Summer Research Training Program (DSRTP) for the Summer of 2017 in Bethesda, Maryland.
Fellow SEEDS Scholar Cassie Casares has received an internship with the U.S Forest
Service and is to begin her work in Forestry. She is set to begin Summer 2017 in the
hills of Northern California.
We can't wait to hear about the SEEDS Scholars experience at their designated internships.
We encourage all students to learn more about how to apply to internships.
To learn more about internships offered through HACU (Hispanic Association of College and Universities), CLICK HERE.
To intern for a federal agency, visit USAjobs.gov. Remember to have your federal resume ready.
We will post federal resume workshops throughout the semester.
Travel Awards to Conferences:
The SEEDS program has continuously supported the Hispanic Association of College and
Universities also known as HACU. Starting in 2014 the SEEDS program has made it possible
for students to be fully funded to attend HACU conferences all around the United States.
Student are able to take advantage of the opportunities and skills they learn at the conferences. All students are encouraged to apply for various internships, including those directly under HACU.
SEEDS Scholars attend and present at the USDA NIFA Hispanic Conference in Alburquerque, New Mexico.
The attendees learned about leadership, graduate school, and internship opportunities
with federal agencies like the USDA (United States Department of Agriculture) and
the Bureau of Land Management.
Video Contest Awards:
Varies opportunities are available year round. Here are a list of the winners of the
2015 SEEDS Video Contest.
1st place- "Beach Buddy Clean Up" - $500 prize winner
2nd place - "Sustainability - Team Flores" - $300 prize winner
3rd place- "Seeds Video Contest - Jesus Sosa & Mara Torres" - $200 prize winner
Click on the links to check out the original work done by students