The Empowering Students Through Experience and Mentorship(E-STEM) group of chapters aims to raise the next generation of leaders, by using STEM concepts.
E-STEM Chapters brings K to 12th-grade students together to learn about different careers, cultures, and exciting experiences outside of their communities. Additionally, E-STEM members prepare for college and the professional careers through various workshops, competitions and conferences. All of the programs our members attend ultimately help our students become the next generation of engineers, scientist, entrepreneurship, civic leaders and more.
How Does E-STEM Work
E-STEM Chapters has three different levels of chapters to cater to the needs of students within an array of grades. Students participate in chapter meetings, and events typically twice a month. Each meeting focuses on different STEM topics while local experience days can range from visiting science museums, attending expos/conference or having professional development, entrepreneurship and college readiness workshops. Members also engage in local and national STEM competitions such as the Drone Competition, Try Math a Lon and Technical Innovation Competition.
100% High School Graduation and College Acceptance Rate
First Place at the 2023 National Try Math a Lon with Justice Code
2022 Technical Innovation Competition Research Project Winner
2021 NSBE National PCI Female of the Year Receipt Award
First Place at the 2018 Kidslinked Expo Math Quiz Bowl
First Place at the 2018 Eastbay NSBE Drone Competition.
First Place at the 2017 Local Engineering Design Competition
Second Place at the 2017 National Technical Innovation Competition
Leadership Diversity Alliance 2018 San Diego Conference Workshop Presenters
Cost & How to Obtain Funding
Each chapter has different fees, which parents will find on the enrollment packets for each chapter.