Join Projects for Students Pursuing Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) Fields

A student in a science class studies a specimen through a microscope.

Funded by the National Science Foundation, the AccessSTEM and AccessComputing projects are recruiting students in STEM fields such as biology, chemistry, physics, math, computing, engineering, aerospace, astronomy, geology, anthropology, horticulture, conservation, forensics, and many social science disciplines. AccessSTEM and AccessComputing team members join an online community to receive a variety of resources and opportunities:

    Internships: Receive assistance finding and applying for great internships.
    Career Building: Learn about careers, resumes, job fairs, and networking.
    Mentoring: Get support from other students, faculty, staff, and professionals.
    Free USB Flash Drive: Given to new AccessSTEM students. Get yours today!

For more information about AccessSTEM and AccessComputing, contact Scott Bellman at 206-685-3648 (voice/TTY) or Student applications are located online: