Helpful STEM Websites
AHC STEM Academic Departments
Life & Physical Science
Applying to UC
UC Personal Statement Tips
UC Transfer Preparation Paths
CSU Information and Applications
One Year to Go Check List
Societies and Networks
American Chemical Society Scholars Program
American Institute of Architects/American Architectural Foundation Minority Disadvantaged
HENAAC Scholars Program
INROADS Internship Program
Mexican-American Engineers & Scientists (MAES) Local Chapter Awards
NIH (National Institutes for Health)
NSF REU (Research Experience for Undergraduates)
National Science Foundation (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP)
Research Internships in Science & Engineering (RISE)
Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE)
Summer Undergraduate Program in Engineering Research at Berkeley (SUPERB)
Undergraduate Award - Association for Women in Science (AWIS)
Other Helpful Websites
Great website that provides detailed descriptions of STEM career knowledge, skills
and tasks. Good link for students interested in pursuing a STEM career, but who still
need to do a little career exploration.
State of Minnesota STEM Resource Website
This is an overall great website to obtain general STEM information.
STEM Lesson Plans & Resources on Livebinders
A great STEM website for teachers; full of STEM lesson plans and resources.
Institution for Broadening Participation: Pathways to Science
Website focused on promoting education and career opportunities in the STEM fields
to students, with an emphasis on reaching members of underrepresented groups. The
types of content posted include program information, news items, profiles, events/conferences,
fellowship opportunities and resource links.
Discovery Education: Siemens STEM Academy
An extensive catalog of STEM Teacher Resources. You can browse by grade, subject,
Science Pioneers has a good catalog of STEM Careers
This website has great science activities for kids, plus helpful explanations.
This is a great website for people interested in Engineering. It has lesson plans
and engineering-based activities for kids.
Free online video tutorials from college instructors around the world!
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