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Weber State STEP Club

 STEP stands for Science, Technology, Engineering Programs

Who can join STEP?

Everyone is welcome, especially college students exploring science, math, technology and engineering fields.

Why join STEP?

  • Meet new people who are in the same STEM major as you 
  • Be able to apply to the STEP annual scholarship
  • Volunteer opportunities
  • Free food at every meeting!

Step 1: Become a Member

Membership Enrollment Form

Step 2: Sign-up to the STEP Mailing list

Get notified when our next meetings are (food in every meeting), volunteer opportunities, company tours, and STEP social events
STEB Club Mailing List

Step 3: Come to our meetings, social events and/or volunteering events

We know that college gets busy so even if you cannot attend our meetings, you can come to our social events or volunteer opportunities.

Meetings:

STEP meets every first Monday of every month at M1 (Portable next to the TE building)
1:30 pm - 2:30 pm

Events:

Please sign up to our mailing list to get notified through your email.

Volunteer Opportunities:

  • Parent-Daughter Engineering Night Out - November 2019
  • FIRST Lego League - February 2020
  • FIRST Tech Challenge (robotics competition) - February 2020
  • SeaPerch ( underwater competition) - March 2020
  • more

Please sign up to our mailing list to get notified through your email.

Contact

step.wsu@gmail.com

STEP club Facebook

 

 

What is STEP?

STEP stands for Science, Technology, Engineering Programs at Weber State University and other higher education institutions in Utah. If you are studying one of these subjects, STEP adds to your experience and education with out-of-class activities, plus opportunities with our partner companies.

One of STEP’s main goals is to overcome the shortage of ethnic and gender diversity in science, technology and engineering. STEP aims to provide a positive experience and help everyone succeed in these fields.

If you were a member of MESA (Mathematics, Engineering, Science Achievement) in junior high or high school, STEP is the next level of that club. However, you don’t need to have MESA experience to join us.

 

What will I get out of STEP?

Participation in STEP has many rewards, including:

What will I do in STEP?

Members of STEP get together four or more times a year to plan and schedule a variety of activities, like:

While all students may participate in STEP, the program’s focus is on the target populations of African Americans, Hispanics/Latinos, American Indians/Alaska Natives, Pacific Islanders and women.