The purpose of this club is to encourage undergraduate students, in particular, minorities and women to pursue research and careers in the sciences and engineering fields. The club is specifically designed to inform students of STEM opportunities while also providing students with valuable experience that can be used beyond graduation. To broaden the scope of interest in STEM within the community, the STEM Club will tackle a community issue each year, and through its various disciplines and innovation, will attempt a solution through a STEM project.
These purposes shall be accomplished through a series of workshops and seminars that guide students help them prepare for their continuing education. These workshops and seminars include, but are not limited to, research and information sessions on scholarships, internships and undergraduate programs.
All activities executed by the STEM Club are legal and non-profit in nature.
We will follow policies and procedures of SWTJC as described by the Board of Trustees Policies and Procedures, RSO rules, State and Federal Laws, and this handbook.