Our Partners

Northrop Grumman

Northrop Grumman is a leading global security company providing innovative products and solutions in aerospace systems, electronics, information systems and technical services to government and commercial customers worldwide.

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Professional Learning Council

The goal of the PLC is to improve the number of students that select mathematics and engineering as a career options and to improve the success rate of students pursuing these options.  The PLC is setting up systems to collect data about student performance which will then be used to suggest improvements.

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Science Foundation Arizona

The STEM Outreach Programs Leading to STEM Pathways grant from SFAz provides opportunities for fourth through 10th grade students to learn about STEM and STEM occupations.  It also supports high school juniors and seniors taking college courses in mathematics, physics, engineering and applied technology.

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Siemens Mechatronic Systems Certification Program

The Siemens Mechatronic Systems Certification Program (SMSCP) is a comprehensive industry skills certification offered together with partner schools worldwide. A central theme in the SMSCP is the System Approach, a special set of teaching and learning methods developed over 25 years in Siemens technical schools in Germany.

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STEM Industry Advisory Committee

The goal of the STEM Industry Advisory Committee is to support the success of students interested in pursuing STEM careers.  The committee is involved in events that expose students to STEM opportunities, and in providing internship opportunities for Cochise STEM students.

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University Transfer Pathways

University of Arizona Sierra Vista Partnership – The Cochise Cats program is a partnership between Cochise College and the University of Arizona South designed to help you make the most of programs and services offered at both institutions.
Arizona State University Partnership – Point ASU is a partnership between Cochise College and Arizona State University specifically designed to make it easier and more cost-effective for students to obtain a bachelor’s degree.

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K-12 STEM Opportunities
Ben Berry
berryb@cochise.edu
520-515-5363

Science, Engineering and Math Programs
Bubba Hall
hallr@cochise.edu
520-515-5380

Computer, Aviation and Technology Programs
Bruce Richardson
richardsonb@cochise.edu
520-515-3602
Sponsors
  • Science Foundation Arizona
  • National Science Foundation
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