This program involves a commitment to action to address a specific challenge with a defined course of action and detailed objectives.
Pinilla will be working on a process to develop community-based STEM programming for young children, their families, and teachers in Dallas areas of need.
SMU provides funding to its selected students for getting their projects started and attending the annual CGI U meeting, which will be held at Howard University March 23-26. Graduation is in November.
“This exciting opportunity to work with the Clinton Foundation to collaborate with scholars and entrepreneurs from around the world reinforces the leadership and partnership ideals of SMU’s commitment to world-changing transformation,” she says.