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Democratizing Pathways
to College and a Career

"A platform that empowers admissions teams to see, connect with and 'nudge' the student forward on the path to college beginning in their 9th grade is incredibly important for everyone involved.  Especially for parents who are concerned for their child's success."

- Dr. Joseph Brown

Assistant Dean Education and Graduate Recruitment School of Humanities at Stanford University.


Redefining the Way 
Students are Recruited to College

Because Siembra Mobile provides ease of access to Schools, Parents or Students, we bring together all key stakeholders into the same “virtual gymnasium” for college admissions. There is transformative value achieving this important goal, breaking down institutional silos to building sustainable relationships to higher education. Our cost for continuous virtual enrollment is generally less than purchasing names. To the recruiter, this equates to about two high school road trips that does not guarantee any yield. We increase yield and conversions by building direct relationships in the new economy.

Senior Management Team

Our Journey



Initial research work Dr. Claude Steele's team, Dr. Julio Garcia and Dr. Geoff Cohen Stanford University Graduate School of Education. The concept of identity threat in public education and the use of mobile educational interventions to improve academic performance. Adapt the concepts to improving the college enrollment interface for Black and Hispanic Students. 



Initial deployments to various school districts in California to assist K12 administrators track and promote students to higher education using one-to-many mobile communications. Beta test with live deployments working side by side with local school district Superintendents and Counselors. 

Siembra democratizes the pathways to college.


Board of Directors

Secondary Education Advisory Team


Siembra Mobile In The Press

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"We are excited to announce our partnership with Siembra. The direct collaboration with universities such as Stanford's Diversity & First Gen Office, Santa Clara University, Menlo College and the University of California schools will allow each and every student an unprecedented level of access to post-secondary opportunities. MHUSD is striving to create an environment where all students can be successful."

Carmen Garcia, EdD
Morgan Hill Unified School District 

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