The Mathematics Engineering Science Achievement (MESA) Schools Program at Fresno State has served students in the Central San Joaquin Valley since 1980. Statewide, MESA has an even longer history, with more than 40-years of service to California's students! Since its founding at UC Berkeley in 1970, MESA has encouraged students—especially those from underserved populations—to learn about math, engineering, and science in new and exciting ways. Furthermore, MESA has a tradition of preparing students to go to four-year colleges and universities. Many MESA alumni go on to graduate with math and science-based degrees and go into professions in these fields. Locally, we are sponsored by the Lyles College of Engineering at Fresno State. Click here for a brochure about our local program and click here for a brochure from our statewide office. Are you thinking about becoming an engineer? Check out this video!
From left to right: Mrs. Juanita Muniz Torres, Isabela Hamasaki,
Samed Obiad, Yousef Ali, Sergio Mejia and Mr. Dave Sackrison, Advisor Not pictured: Carlos Tamayo and Max McDougal (both Advisors)
Students were honored as September's Super Star pick by Fresno County Superintendent of School Jim Yovino. You can view their interview by clicking Here.
From left to right: Mrs. Juanita Muniz Torres, Kevin Ramirez, Ernesto Castro,
Ms. Cruz Flores (Advisor) and Mr. Tim Burns (Advisor)
January 2018 11th: MS & HS Advisor Meeting 15th: Campus Closed: Martin Luther King Jr. 16th: Online Student Leadership Meeting 19th: National Competition Papers Due by 3pm
5th: Online MS & HS Monthly Advisor Mtg 10th: Online Student Leadership Meeting 21st: First Saturday Academy
March 2018 1st: MS & HS Monthly Advisor Meeting 6th: Online Student Leadership Mtg 10th: Preliminary MESA Day 30th: Campus Closed: Cesar Chavez April 2018
5th: Online MS & HS Monthly Advisor Mtg 10th: Online Student Leadership Mtg 21st: Regional MESA Day @ UC Santa Barbara
Please continue to check for 2017-2018 upcoming events!!PAF for 2017-2018
PAF for 2017-2018 (spanish version)