STEM League

​​​​​​What is the STEM League?

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We are an organization and community for students interested in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math). Whether you are a traditional STEM student, or someone interested in STEM we provide outside of the classroom opportunities to connect, engage, and learn about STEM pathways and careers. 

 

Announcing the STEM Playbook!

This year the STEM League is launching a series of online skills trainings and professional development workshops for students to prepare for a career in STEM. Topics include: Realizing Your Potential, Critical Thinking and Problem Solving, Time Management, Communication, Conducting Research, Collaboration, Networking, Writing a STEM Resume and Finding the Right Fit.

Register for Trainings and Workshops

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Fall

  • Realizing Your Potential - Friday, September 18, 12-1 p.m.
  • Problem Solving & Critical Thinking - Wednesday, October 7, 12-1 p.m.
  • Writing a STEM Resume - Tuesday, October 20, 12-1 p.m.
  • Time Management - Wednesday, November 11, 12-1 p.m.
  • Finding the Right Fit: What to Look for in a Company - November
  • Team Building - November/December

Spring

  • Communication – January
  • Technical Communication & Writing - February
  • How & Where to Find A Job - February/March
  • Conducting Research - March
  • Interviewing Skills - March/April
  • Collaboration - April/May
 

What do we do?

 
 
Photo on our Field Trip to Southwest Airlines.
  • Field trips to local companies to experience STEM in the workplace 
  • Visits to local colleges and universities to learn about STEM programs and the transfer process 
  • Connect with STEM ambassadors, members, and alumni 
  • In-person and video chats with STEM students, professionals, and experts 
  • Professional development to help you build your resume and professional skills 
  • Campus meet ups and events across the District and beyond 
  • Activities such as STEM trivia nights and engineering challenges 
  • Keep you in the loop about STEM related scholarships, programs such as mINiTERN and TAMU Engineering Academy, and job opportunities 
  • Host an annual Dallas College STEM conference
 

Who is eligible to be a member of the Dallas College STEM League?

Dallas College students who are enrolled in six or more hours can join the STEM L​eague. 

 
 

How do you become a member?

 
 
Our ambassador connecting with students!

It is simple! Click Apply, complete the short application, and then you will hear back from us within a few days.

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Contact Us

  • Simone Williams, Coordinator, Outreach and Recruitment Strategic Initiatives
  • Email Simone

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