Lead in the Lab
STEM Leadership at Douglass offers students a variety of extra-curricular opportunities to double their impact in the STEM sphere, build their resumes, and develop as student leaders.
The RAB is a mentoring group that helps implement workshops and programs that promote the success of our Introduction to Scientific Research (ISR) course. Students in the RAB receive special leadership training. Applications for Research Advisory Board Peer Mentor Program are currently closed.
As mentors to students in their respective LLCs, SALs implement STEM-related programming for their communities. SALs live in a single at the LLC’s location and receive a stipend. Please note that the SAL application for the 2020-2021 academic year is closed.
The Girls Who Code - Rutgers University works to lead the next generation of women in technology by creating and delivering educational workshops to middle school and high school girls. The organization also hosts meetings to build skills in different technologies and discuss all things women in tech!
STEM Ambassadors is a Rutgers recognized student organization highly supported by the Douglass Project. The club is for students with passion for and ambition in STEM. The mission of this organization is to promote students with a strong interest in STEM fields both on- and off-campus.
CATALYSTS is a year-long program for Douglass students who are majoring in or intend to major in a STEM field. The goal of CATALYSTS is to bring together students in peer mentoring groups by interest. These small communities increase academic achievement and feelings of confidence and belonging within STEM fields.
Ready to Apply?
Applications for 2022-2023 STEM Academic Leaders are opening soon! Please check back here for more information.