ASI works closely with many organizations to efficiently address common concerns. Projects in which ASI is involved include the Oakland School District’s “Magnet School Program”, BASTEC (Bay Area Science and Technology Education Colloquium) – a joint venture of the U.S. Dept. of Energy, Oakland School District, and Community Organizations.
ASI initiated and assisted in establishing African-American science and engineering student organizations at predominantly white schools. These groups later formulated campus organizations such as the National Society of Black Engineers. ASI acted as a catalyst to form such organizations by inputting ideas among students, parents, and teachers regarding participation of African-Americans in science and technology.
Locally, ASI has partnered with the Oakland Unified School District, presenting Math,
Science and Technology Awareness Fair to more than 3,500 children.
Internationally, ASI is involved in African countries, and hopes to shortly be involved
in projects in the South Pacific.
To learn more about working with ASI, please send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org