SAM Grant Outreach

Grant Outreach Coordinator 

The Grant Outreach Coordinator is dedicated to supporting the grant by:

  • Collaborating with school districts, private institutions, and public charters located in the High Desert.
  • Schedule outreach events to discuss Victor Valley College and the simplified math pathways with high school math faculty and counselors.
  • Coordinate Student Ambassador outreach events, both on and off Victor Valley College campus.
  • Support all SAM Grant Symposium and Workshop events.

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Have questions about the SAM Grant Outreach? Feel free to contact us with your questions at or (760) 245-4271, ext. 2624. 

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Interested in becoming a Student Ambassador? 

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Serving as a Student Ambassador requires you to attend outreach events at local High Desert schools and VVC math classes to increase awareness of the VVC Math Pathways. Our goal is to ensure VVC students, both current and prospective, are informed of the available degree and certificate programs, and how math courses impact their program and/or transfer.

If you are interested in working as a Student Ambassador for the STEM Division, SAM Grant, please send an email to with the following:

  • Current Resume
  • Current Semester Registration of Classes (must be enrolled in 6 units)
  • Letter of Interest


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Criteria to Apply:

> Attending VVC & enrolled in at least 6 units for the Semester

> Have a 2.0 GPA or higher

> Have completed Math 63 OR Math 90/S OR a Math 100 level or higher






SAM Grant Outreach Calendar & Events

Friday,November 3, 2017

Natasha Hansen, the SAM Grant Outreach Coordinator, along with the SAM Grant Student Ambassadors participated in Discover VVC. An event hosted for high school students, allowing them the opportunity to learn about Victor Valley College, the academic programs offered, the student services provided, and much more. In support of the Math Department and the recent updates to the Pathways, Curriculum, and Classrooms, Ms. Hansen and the Student Ambassadors gave campus tours and set up a Math Department booth for students to obtain the information they need. It is critical for prospective students to know that Math is a vital part of their education. Even though students might not seek a Math Degree, they will be required to complete math courses for certificates, degrees, or to transfer to a four-year university!



Interested in going to an event, follow our SAM Grant Calendar!