"Define your roots and branch out to awesome careers."

STEM-U-LINK™ is a career exploration fair for minority 8th - 12th grade students but ALL are welcome to attend.  It is an opportunity for middle and high school students to meet college students enrolled in STEM-related degree programs, and professionals in the STEM field. We want you to "Define your roots and branch out to awesome careers". This event is designed to stimulate STEM interest that will fill the pipeline to produce more black engineers and STEM professionals.
 

High school courses such as algebra, calculus, and writing are an integral part of becoming a STEM professional. Seeing each phase of the process of becoming a STEM professional and helping students believe they have what it takes to become one is our primary objective.

STEM stands for  Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics

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A partnership with Virginia Union University

Sponsored by:

Where: Virginia Union University

                Claude G. Perkins Living                  & Learning Center

When : February 8, 2020

Time:   10 AM - 2 PM

Cost:     FREE

STEM-U-LINK™ 2020 Exhibitors

                       

NSBE Richmond Professionals         NVA STEM/NSBE Jr       Virginia Union University (VUU)    Norfolk State University (NSU)       Old Dominion University (ODU)     University of Virginia (UVA)    Virginia State University (VSU)           Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU)          Enterprise            Science Matters WCVE 88.9 FM (NPR)           Virginia Dept Of Transportation        Porex      Virginia  Information Technologies Agency         TIMMONS Group       Maymont       Naval Surface Warfare Center Dahlgren Division         Trimech           CodeVirginia       KEArchitects         Majestic Face Painting            MathScience Innovation Center   FIRST Chesapeake     NSBE FIRST Lego League         United States Marine Corps          

American Association of Blacks in Energy (AABE)/Dominion Energy        GSK        DuPont     

 

Email: LaShara Smith or Serita Seright - stemulink@nsberichmond.org
Phone: 804-251-1656