STEM Alliance, formerly the Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (LSAMP) program, has a long history of nurturing students to not only survive their college experience, but to thrive as future scientists, engineers, mathematicians, and world citizens.
As part of their undergraduate preparation, we encourage faculty-led research opportunities, internship experiences, networking, and professional development opportunities for student membership.
To increase these opportunities, students must have intentional contact and strong relationships with faculty mentors. Our faculty mentor partners help to create pathways of success in STEM.
If you are interested in mentoring, please complete the following survey to help us learn your interest in mentoring and matching preferences.