(Orange County, August 2015) President of Argosy University, Orange County, Daniel Richins, was selected to join the Board of Directors for the Achievement Institute of Scientific Studies Foundation (AISS). The Foundation’s mission is to help economically disadvantaged high school students gain a university education in the careers of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM).
Argosy University, Orange County has had a significant positive impact on AISS by providing classrooms for their scholars and a space for their board meetings. President Richin’s passion for education and giving back to the community makes him a great addition to their board.
Their stated goals are:
- Motivate youth to specialize in the fields that are the future of our country, educational system, employment opportunities.
- Coordinate industry and academic partners to motivate and assist our students in applying to colleges and universities, majoring in STEM. fields.
- Help parents of economically disadvantaged high school students understand the value of a higher education and access the resources necessary to enable their children to obtain an university education.
- Provide training on “cultural capital” to the students: leadership, team-work, cooperation, time management, manners, attire, comportment and personal presentation skills.
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