SCSEP Success Story

SCSEP Success Story

Kenny entered SCSEP in 2017, he was homeless and facing over 40 years of extreme barriers.  During his enrollment in SCSEP, he served the community with gratitude and discipline.  Kenny used SCSEP as an opportunity to grow into his dreams.  This year, Kenny’s dreams...

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Happy Thanksgiving

Happy Thanksgiving

SER National would like to wish you and your family a happy Thanksgiving.  While this year has thrown us a lot of curveballs, we hope you would take a moment and reflect on all there is to be thankful for.  We have seen our communities come together like never before...

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Congratulations

Congratulations

Congratulations to President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris! SER takes great hope in the record number of citizens that cast their vote – for both candidates.  In this democracy, our vote can be our strongest voice.  The more people who let...

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Veteran’s Day 2020

Veteran’s Day 2020

Happy Veteran’s Day! Thank you to those who have served our country, those who are currently serving, and those that will serve in the future. Many who stand up to fight for our country are not U.S. citizens. They put their lives on the line for America’s freedom and...

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SER Conference & Community Day

SER Conference & Community Day

SER National is expanding the reach of our 56th Annual Conference this year by going virtual on Nov. 18 and 19 with Community Day following on Nov. 20.  The event, held on Facebook Live and YouTube Live, opens opportunities for more students and participants to access...

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Your Vote Makes a Difference!

Your Vote Makes a Difference!

As the election draws nearer, SER National encourages everyone to vote! We have a chance to make our voices heard – each one of our voices.  Voting has the power to make real change in our country and our communities.  Voting affects more than who is in the White...

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SER Statement on the Passing of Mario Molina

SER Statement on the Passing of Mario Molina

A champion for climate change and a hero to his homeland, Mario Molina passed away on Oct. 7 at the age of 77.  Molina is the only Mexican scientist to win a Nobel Prize for his research on the thinning of the ozone layer as a result of chlorofluorocarbons.  His work,...

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Hispanic Heritage Month 2020

Hispanic Heritage Month 2020

Today, September 15, begins a month-long celebration and acknowledgement of Hispanic Heritage. For the next month, join SER National as we celebrate a broader view of history that includes the influence and contributions Hispanics have bestowed upon the United States....

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SER National launched its live SER Webinar Series!

SER National launched its live SER Webinar Series!

SER National launched its live SER Webinar Series! Hundreds of students, teachers, Hispanic leaders and more have benefitted from the education, employment and empowerment experts and role models that SER features. Employment Training: 1st and 3rd Monday at 2:00 pm CT...

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Minority Serving Institutions Rotation Opportunity

  NASA's Office of STEM Engagement (OSTEM) is pleased to offer a new opportunity to staff at Minority Serving Institutions (MSIs). NASA is seeking one to two mid-career staff whose skills support NASA’s Strategy for STEM Engagement to: Create unique opportunities...

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