Participants gather knowledge and become advocates for health issues affecting their communities and the Nation.
Participants study alternative forms of energy, conduct experiments, and use community outreach to display experiments on alternative forms of energy.
Participants learn about and become advocates for San Diego's current water issues through research, presentations, and field experiments.
Green Living Initiative
Participants explore "green" fashion, conduct climate change research, and use video and photography to advocate for a "green" lifestyle.
Check back in the near future to See what's coming in the Fall of 2014
EIS was founded 50 years ago in Southeast San Diego. EIS's founder, Tom Watts, was an elementary school teacher who taught in the neighborhood. His students had bright, inquisitive minds, endless potential, but few opportunities. Mr. Watts started a hands-on, exploratory science club in the back of his classroom.
He believed that science education would provide a strong foundation for the students to continue on to college and to succeed in the rapidly expanding STEM-skilled workforce. The after-school club thrived. EIS became one of the first, and finest, after-school STEM programs in the United States.