Our Events

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Social Events

Social Events are our way of making sure that our members feel as though they have a support system within their chapter. Social Events such as bowling, study "parties" and bonfires help our members bond, and remind them that they are not alone as they go through the difficult coursework that makes up their undergraduate careers in science. The majority of our chapters hold Social Events at least once a month.

Academic/Professional Events

Between our Q&A Panels, LinkedIn and Resume Workshops and Faculty Networking Sessions, our Academic/Professional Events ensure that our members have access to experience-based advice on what they should be doing during their undergraduate careers in order to get where they want to go post graduation- whether that be entering the STEM workforce or attending graduate school. Each one of our chapters is required to facilitate a minimum of one Workshop, two Q&A Panels and one Networking Session each semester. 

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Our Programs 

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Peer Mentor Programs

Our Peer Mentor Program pairs our younger members with older members in their same major and/or career path. This gives younger members a mentor/role model that can help guide and support them through their undergraduate career, while also providing a leadership/service opportunity for the mentor.

Participating Chapters

  • University of California, Santa Barbara

  • University of California, Santa Cruz

  • California Polytechnic State University

  • San Diego State University

  • University of Idaho

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Spring Programs

Spring Programs are mentoring/shadowing programs that last throughout the duration of spring semester. Participating chapters secure professionals in various scientific fields and match them with one of their members. These programs help women gain insight into various scientific career fields, while simultaneously providing participants with a valuable networking opportunity.

Participating Chapters

  • San Diego State University

  • University of California, Santa Barbara 

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Advocacy Groups

Advocacy Groups are our way of ensuring that our chapters have the freedom to address issues that are important to their members. Each semester, participating chapters select 2-3 members who apply to serve as Advocates for various causes. These Advocates then pitch an event/program idea to their chapter Leadership Team once a month, that they believe their chapter could facilitate that would help their cause. Popular AGs among participating chapters include: Women of Color, Community Service, Pre- Health and Pre- Physical Therapy.

 

Participating Chapters

  • San Diego State University

  • University of California, Santa Barbara

  • University of California, Santa Cruz

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