(STEM)2 Related Clubs
The S.T.E.M. Club is a place for all STEM majors to build memories through fun events in addition to connecting with other STEM Scholars throughout the semester! The events will be posted on the STEM Program’s website. Stay tuned!
President: Iliana Jaramillo
Chemistry Club is about hands-on outreach, helping the public understand and develop an interest in the beautiful subject of chemistry, from the field of forensic science, to magic shows, to the simple everyday chemistry going on around us.
The Cyber Defense Club is an organization dedicated to bringing people together to discuss and learn about the newest trends in Cyber Security, Ethical Hacking, and Digital Forensics. We are open to everyone, at all levels of experience. The only thing required is a curiosity and passion to learn about a subject that is prevalent in the growing Cyber World.
Marine Biology Club
This is a place for club members to participate actively in creating a cleaner and greener environment through many service events such as coastal clean ups while also educating and inspiring our club members as we explore the vast beauty that lies in our oceans.
President: Maria Morales
The Math Club encourages students to share their love for the subject in addition to participating in on and off campus activities! Student are exposed to building new relationships, which lead to great opportunities.
The Society of Advancement for Chicanos/Hispanics & Native Americans in Science (SACNAS) is both a student and professional source of community that has generated a powerful peer net-work increasing the visibility of minority scientists at the local and national level. We are a source of both opportunity and motivation as you further your STEM education and career.
Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE) is a professional and student organization at the national level specialized in providing networking opportunities and emphasizing the impact minorities have in the fields of science and technology. Built upon a foundation focused around increasing one’s network and building upon existing talents, SHPE offers opportunities like networking conferences throughout Southern California, community outreach involvement, scholarships, and workshops for professional growth.” Our chapters, both student and professional, are a source of community that has generated a powerful peer network increasing the visibility of minority scientists at the local and national level.
President: Diana Silveyra
Society of Women Engineers
SWE club is a chapter of the international organization which strives to encourage women to achieve their full potential in careers as engineers and leaders. SWE is open to everyone with the aim to inspire more women to reach success in STEM by providing a supportive community, opportunities and hosting activities.
If you’re interested in starting a club or for a full list of all other clubs and their meeting times, please visit the Student Activities Center, located in Gym 2, Room 210 (Building #11) for further information.