About the STEM Success Program
What is STEM?
STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics
The STEM Success Program at De Anza College is dedicated to excite and engage students in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics fields. By becoming a STEM Success Program member, you will get weekly updates on STEM related events, scholarship availability, job openings, and internship opportunities occurring on and off campus.
STEM News & Events
The Math Performance Success (MPS) Program had been awarded $1.9 Million for the Innovation for Higher Education from the California Chancellor's Office. Funds will be used to expand the MPS STEM pathway which will increase the share of student finishing pre-calculus series (Math 41, 42, 43).
Save the date! The 2018 STEM TRANSFER DAY hosted by the UC Davis MESA Center will be held on Friday, November 2nd, 2018!
This is for MPS students! So grab this great opportunity to explore your dream school with us!
Registration will open on September 4th, 2018! (Please RSVP! Transportation will be provided only if we get over 10 RSVP's.)
To register and for more information, please click on the link: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScA038tSyCFtbdOv2lAWocrz-sejxCZPSaeYk6PduacGfrwvw/viewform?usp=pp_url
Save the date! The 2018 STEM TRANSFER DAY hosted by the UC Santa Cruz Baskin School of Engineering and PbSci STEM Diversity will be held on Friday, November 9th, 2018!
This will be an all day event that will showcase the campus, laboratories and many other resources for transfer students. This event will provide the students with a strong understanding of all the campus resources and academic strive for excellence at UCSC.
Parking, light breakfast and lunch will be provided.
Here is the sign-up link: https://www.evite.com/event/031E44NSTYOSOMUD2EPIU4HI6QULXI/activity?gid=00CCTHAKWFGNSUY5CEPIVMOHCNL2RQ&utm_campaign=view_your_invitation_bt&utm_content=&utm_medium=email&utm_source=GUEST_INVITE_EVENT
The U.S. will have over 1 million jobs by 2018 in STEM fields but only 16% STEM degrees will be awarded to U.S. college students.
De Anza College is dedicated to minimizing this gap and increasing the recruitment of students into STEM fields.