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Southern New Hampshire University has partnered with Major League Soccer club LA Galaxy to serve as its Official Education Partner. Through this partnership, SNHU helps players, retired players and staff members achieve their goals with flexible online education.

"Education is a key component of our youth programs and a cornerstone of our LA Galaxy Foundation," said Chris Klein, LA Galaxy president. "Having a partner that values learning and development will be very impactful to our entire organization, as well as to the greater Los Angeles community."

SNHU and the LA Galaxy are working together in the creation of a Galaxy STEM curriculum, designed to teach science principles through the lens of soccer. This program will be available to middle school teachers throughout the Los Angeles public school system. Based on student participation and engagement, a winning school will be selected to receive a Science of Soccer assembly.

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    Thirty SNHU online students and alumni worked together with the LA Galaxy Foundation, Mission Continues and Habitat for Humanity Los Angeles to build six homes in Downey, CA. Navy veteran and Habitat for Humanity volunteer and homeowner Tamara Lindsay was presented with a full scholarship to SNHU.
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    SNHU and LA Galaxy Dedicate New Mini-Pitch

    Southern New Hampshire University teamed up with the LA Galaxy to unveil a brand new mini soccer pitch for students at Andrew Jackson Elementary School in Santa Ana, California.
Mar 23

LA Galaxy and SNHU Deliver New Mini-Pitch and Scholarship

Southern New Hampshire University was on hand in March for the unveiling of a new mini-pitch at Andrew Jackson Elementary School in Santa Ana, CA, and to present a full scholarship to a deserving member of the local community – all in conjunction with SNHU’s partnership with Major League Soccer as well as one of its premier clubs, the LA Galaxy.

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