Welcome to your one stop STEM career exploration. We believe there is a STEM career for everyone and want to help you in your search. STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) is a national, regional and local initiative emphasizing the need to increase global competitiveness in these areas. As a result, workplace opportunities are growing for students seeking occupations in the STEM fields.
See below for the various resources at AACC:
STEM Engaged Learning
Students, employers and faculty can engage in work-based learning and receive credit/non-credit and paid/unpaid experience.
Community service-based learning connecting academic courses and faculty-guided reflection with nonprofit community partners .
Inquiry-based learning alongside a faculty mentor or field practitioner.
Call 410-777-2859 or e-mail STEMengagedlearning@aacc.edu.
The STEM Transfer Student Success Initiative is an innovative multi-institutional collaboration funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to support successful transition to the University of Maryland, Baltimore County by students from Anne Arundel Community College, The Community College of Baltimore County, Howard Community College and Montgomery College. The Initiative focuses on students who are pursuing fields of study in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
National Student Clearinghouse "Reverse Transfer" Project
Non-Academic Student Supports
Partnerships that Promote Success
Jobville - An App to Make Career Counseling More Like a Video Game
SACNAS Bridging the Gap: Working to Increase Transfer and Retention Between Community College Students and Four Year Institutions in STEM
Department of Mathematics of Towson University will host the 4th Regional Undergraduate Mathematics Research Conference. It will be held on Saturday, March 7, 2015, from 9am until 5:30pm on Towson University campus, which is located in North Baltimore area. Students who previously attended this event were unanimous in their feedback that the event helped them understand their career options. In addition to the information session on career opportunities for mathematicians the conference will feature student presentations, and two invited faculty talks. More information about the conference can be found at:
Participants can register at:
Opportunity for STEM students at the sophomore level who have a 3.0 or higher GPA:
UMBC keeps a web page on research opportunities for transfer students. Check out http://umbc.edu/undergrad_ed/fys/trsResearch.html. Most of the deadlines are around February 1 for summer 2015—so get going!
Here is another list of REUS which are not funded by NSF (private/other funding sources); this list is also created by UMBC. Look at http://umbc.edu/undergrad_ed/research/myMajorResearchOUE.html.
This is a link to an REU in Biology in New York City. This same site may also have some REUs in the physical sciences. Go to http://www.amnh.org/our-research/richard-gilder-graduate-school/academics-and-research/fellowship-and-grant-opportunities/undergraduate-fellowships/reu-biology-program.
2015 Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) Program in Computational Sensing and Medical Robotics at The Johns Hopkins University in the Computer Integrated Surgical Systems and Technology Engineering Research Center (CISST ERC) / Laboratory for Computational Sensing and Robotics (LCSR). The REU program is an intensive ten-week program of laboratory research and instruction. In the program, each REU student receives hands-on laboratory research experience under guidance from faculty and graduate student mentors. The students will also receive classes on ethics in research and technical communication. A stipend and housing will be provided by the program. The deadline to apply is March 2, 2015. http://lcsr.jhu.edu/reu/ If you have more questions, you can contact Anita Sampath at firstname.lastname@example.org or 410-516-6841.
The Seattle University Mathematics Early Research (SUMmER) program is an opportunity for students with diverse backgrounds to work collaboratively on projects at the frontiers of current mathematical knowledge. More information can be found at: http://www.seattleu.edu/scieng/math/reu/ Questions can be directed mathREU@seattleu.edu