You're Invited to San Antonio's
Chief Science Officer Showcase!
We're bringing together local business, civic and community organizations
to partner in helping students see STEM in action in our city
through the Chief Science Officers (CSO) program.

San Antonio is the first Texas city to have this powerful international program!
Tuesday, June 18, 2019 10:00-11:00 a.m. 
San Antonio Museum of Science and Technology (SAMSAT) 

102 Mabry Drive
San Antonio, TX 78226
Celina Moreno, J.D., IDRA President & CEO
Dr. Raul (Rudy) A. Reyna, Alamo STEM Ecosystem Lead
Diane S. Sánchez, San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, President & CEO
Frank Almaraz, CPS Energy Chief Administrative & Business Development Officer
Alicia DeHoyos, CSO student during the current pilot phase, Dwight Middle School
Student Chief Science Officers Program in San Antonio Bolster Student Leadership & Diversity in STEM Education

This fall, 50 San Antonio students will be named Chief Science Officers for their schools to serve as ambassadors to the science and innovation community. IDRA, in partnership with the Alamo STEM Ecosystem, operates the CSO program here and soon across Texas with a particular focus on school, student and economic diversity.
Two students from each participating school will support STEM programming at their campus by helping to plan field trips, host science nights, start STEM-related clubs, initiate student-led civic action projects, and bring speakers from local industries to engage students in conversations about the STEM workforce.
Held by IDRA and Alamo STEM Ecosystem, this event will build a circle of support among local business, civic and community organizations. Opportunities include individual STEM mentors, field trip locations, meeting spaces and sponsorships.
The Alamo STEM Learning Ecosystem (SLE), a member of the International SLE, acts as a connector and catalyst for STEM opportunities and collaborates with industry partners in schools, science centers, libraries and beyond.

The Intercultural Development Research Association (IDRA) is a national non-profit organization whose mission is to achieve equal educational opportunity through strong public schools that prepare all students to succeed in college.

SciTech Institute , based in Arizona, is a conduit for collaboration among tech-oriented nonprofits, industry and academia that supports students across the globe to seek STEM-related education and career paths.