BmoreSTEM Ecosystem has launched the Student Advisory Council on July 10, 2020. Baltimore City students from local middle schools, high school and colleges convened virtually to get to know each other, learn about BmoreSTEM’s vision and mission. The SAC will be the voice of students in the City, the sounding board for BmoreSTEM’s workgroup initiatives, and ambassadors and leaders in STEM in their schools, neighborhoods, and communities. The SAC will be meeting once a month during the school year to develop a plan and execute goals for the year. Check back here to learn more about each of our Student Advisory Council members and how you can get involved!
- Influence the development of STEM related opportunities for students across Baltimore
- Leadership experience and skill development
- Opportunities for internships and mentorships
- Service learning credits
- Attend periodic Council sessions to set goals aligned with the BmoreSTEM’s overall objectives and share out progress – Once every quarter for 2 hours plus adhoc workgroup sessions that are once every two months at the most
- Attend workgroup sessions when called upon – act as a focus group
- Attend BmoreSTEM annual convening
- Contribute to achieving set goals
Do you want to represent young people in Baltimore and grow as a leader?
Apply to join the BmoreSTEM Student Advisory Council and work with industry professionals to help develop opportunities in science, technology, engineering and math.
BmoreSTEM is a network of organizations and individuals committed to brightening Baltimore’s future by developing opportunities to equip students to join the science, technology, engineering, and math workforce and live as technically literate citizens.
We are now forming our first Student Advisory Council (SAC). The SAC will contribute to BmoreSTEM workgroups by serving as a focus group and giving a voice to City School students. A BmoreSTEM SAC member can expect to attend periodic Council Meetings and some of the Workgroup meetings as needed. The BmoreSTEM SAC will consist of current Baltimore City Public School (City Schools) middle or high school students and City Schools graduates currently enrolled in a local college pursuing a STEM-based degree.
The deadline to apply has been extended. Apply by January 24, 2020 if you are interested!