Not accepting any more applicants for Summer 2020. Will reopen in Fall 2020.
Become a STEM-Away® Student Leader to accelerate your progress on your STEM career goals. You will get personalized mentoring and priority access to all STEM-Away® events for a year. You can showcase your leadership skills to hiring managers for internships and jobs.
What will you do as a STEM-Away® Student Leader? You will be working with our senior leadership team to help with student outreach, evolving our tools as STEM-Away® Student Experience Architects, and more! Let’s do a deeper dive…
A Once-in-a-Lifetime Experience
- Collaborate with the STEM-Away founding team and experts in multiple STEM areas
- Establish yourself as leaders by hosting webinars and leading projects.
- Showcase your creativity, leadership and technical skills through hands-on learning experience that includes:
- Help setup career pathways on the platform, Participate in coding
- Collect feedback to improve the UX of the platform
- Speak at outreach events and/or organize your own outreach event
- Participate in promo video shoots
Becoming a Student Leader
- Signup by requesting access to the group Student Leaders.
- New Student Leaders will get notified of current and upcoming opportunities
- Students can pick one or more opportunities based on their interests, strengths (creativity, leadership, technical skills), time commitment and location (onsite/virtual). Commitments are opportunity specific:
- Student outreach and UX research activities, are very flexible
- Opportunities like speaking at events have mandatory preparation meetings
- Technical activities have higher commitment levels since considerable mentoring is involved
How We Help Our Student Leaders Stand Out
The contributions of student leaders will be showcased on our student wall as well as our company page https://www.linkedin.com/company/stemaway
Students with a high level of participation will earn the right to add STEM-Away® to their LinkedIn profiles. Get noticed by recruiters, hiring managers and the overall STEM community