United in STEMM is a CSU initiative for CSU students of color, regardless of their gender expression or sexual orientation, who interested in careers in science, technology, engineering, math, and medicine (STEMM). There are many opportunities to get involved on campus, and build community with students, staff, and STEMM employers!
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According to the conventional wisdom, if you want to succeed at work, you need to learn how to fit in culturally. But in recent research, we’ve discovered that many professionals of color have succeeded in underrepresented fields by shining a light on their differences and mobilizing their identities.
86% of CSU graduates secured plans or at least one job offer
Grads are employed higher than the national average and earn an average of $53,900
86% of CSU graduates are employed in a field or profession related to their career plans
For the past six years I have had a passion for public health and safety, especially within the realms of environmental health and occupational safety. I found my passion through internship opportunities offered by CVMBS.
Emily C., '18
Biomedical Sciences and Environmental Health
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