• STEM/Tech Events 2020-21

    Troy High School Cyber Defense Program

    Troy High School is serious about cybersecurity education, and we proudly host a 4 year cybersecurity academic program. We are also the NATIONAL CHAMPIONS in the high school CyberPatriot competition. 
    Troy's Cyber Security Students
    Our 40 cybersecurity seniors this year who will be looking for colleges and universities that are offering cybersecurity degrees, programs, or classes. If your college offers cybersecurity educational opportunties, please forward the BEST point of contact and any available details to Mr. Allen Stubblefield, our cyber defense teacher and coach.
    Go Troy Cyber!
    Allen Stubblefield
    Cyber Defense Teacher and Coach
    Troy High School, Fullerton CA
    714-626-4464 (classroom) 

    ChickTech High School Programs

    ChickTech: High School is a free year-long series of opportunities for 100 high school girls. We would love to have your students participate. This program is much more than just an opportunity to learn about tech careers. In addition to participating in fun, hands-on technical workshops throughout the year, participants will have the opportunity to network with technologists across Orange County. The program is a fun, positive learning experience designed to build participants’ confidence in their technical abilities, provide positive role models, and create connections with other young women from Orange County and surrounding areas.


    Girls Who Code


    Girls Who Code was founded five years ago with the belief that computing skills are a critical path to security and prosperity in today’s job market. What began with 20 girls in the heart of New York City, Girls Who Code will reach 40,000 girls in all 50 U.S. states by the end of this year. 

    The demographic of Girls Who Code is the demographic of our nation. From Clubs in rural Oklahoma, to homeless shelters in Massachusetts, to the country’s most prestigious private schools—girls everywhere are united by their passion to use technology to solve problems in their day-to-day lives and make a positive impact on the world.

    At Girls Who Code, we believe the gender gap in technology is an issue we must all come together to solve. With your support, we will continue to build a future where our next generation of girls and boys will prosper through creativity, through bravery, and through teamwork.

    Girls Who Code Campus

    This 2-week virtual program teaches girls the computer science skills they need to make an impact in their community while preparing for a career in tech. Participants will get exposure to tech jobs, and join a supportive sisterhood of girls in tech.
    To join the movement or learn more, visit https://girlswhocode.com/programs/summer-immersion-program

    STEM Program | Fullerton College

    The STEM Success Learning Community (STEM SLC) is a program that assists first time students as they navigate the rigorous curriculum associated with STEM major/career pathways. Our STEM SLC gives new students the opportunity to be part of a community of learners  within a supportive environment. Don’t miss out on this exciting opportunity to get extra support as you start your college career (see flyer below)! Application will be open Spring 2020!  Email STEM@fullcoll.edu for questions.

    Harvey Mudd College


    Future Achievers in Science and Technology (FAST)

    Due to the concerns surrounding COVID-19, we are planning to host our FAST program virtually for the 2020 academic year. More information will be available soon.

    Please review this message from Thyra Briggs, Vice President of Admission for more information on our office’s response to COVID-19.

    2020 Dates: September 26 and October 10

    The Future Achievers in Science and Technology (FAST) program is free to apply to and free to attend if invited. The program  provides high-achieving, college-bound high school seniors with an opportunity to interact with Harvey Mudd students, professors and other college-bound students who share a passion for the STEM fields. FAST will be an online program running on three separate dates. FAST participants will learn first hand about our campus community by getting to know and working with current students and admission staff via virtual mini groups. FAST will also have sessions to learn about research, student life and a session to ask admission staff any questions you have about our admission process.
    The FAST program is intended for students from groups traditionally underrepresented in STEM – women, underrepresented minorities, students from low income or rural backgrounds, students with disabilities, students who are first-generation to college.
    • Due to the concerns surrounding COVID-19, our FAST program will look a little different this year as the program will go virtual. The College is excited to welcome a new FAST cohort to explore Harvey Mudd College through virtual experiences and programming through three half-day programs on Saturday, August 22, Saturday, September 26 and Saturday, October 10
    Please review this message from Thyra Briggs, Vice President of Admission for more information on our office’s response to COVID-19.

    Things to know

    FAST invitees will:

    • Learn about the HMC experience from current Harvey Mudd students, professors, and deans.
    • Interact with other college-bound students from around the nation who share their passion for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).
    • Receive a fee waiver for their first-year application to HMC.

    Preview this year’s program here:

    • FAST Kickoff
    • Mini groups: Meet a Admission staff and a current Mudd student
    • Student social hour: Learn about what makes Mudd, Mudd
    • Chat with professors about their research
    • Hear our students present their research and clinic projects
    • Get Muddy: Ask admission staff members anything you want to know about our process
      Please be aware that the schedule is likely to change as we get closer to the event. We are working hard to create the best program possible, so we appreciate your patience and flexibility. We will do our best to keep this website up-to-date as details change.



    Explore curated digital skills resources from digital literacy courses to computer science tutorials and more.
                                     CS Unplugged  


    Irvine, Calif., March 30, 2016 — UC Irvine is launching an official e-sports initiative this fall, the first of its kind at a public research university. A state-of-the-art arena equipped with high-end gaming PCs, a stage for League of Legends competitions and a live webcasting studio will be constructed at the Student Center, and as many as 10 academic scholarships will be offered to students on the team.

    UCI eSports will be built on four pillars: competition, academics, entertainment and community,” said Thomas Parham, vice chancellor for student affairs. “We hope to attract the best gamers from around the world, and our academic programs in computer gaming science, digital arts, computer science, engineering, anthropology, law, medicine, neuroscience and behavior create a strong foundation for research and inquiry related to gaming.”

    The gaming center will also give non-team students a chance to participate in fun leisure activities on campus while balancing academic and research endeavors, he added.

    UCI is home to a dedicated gaming community. A recent survey of students found that 72 percent identify as gamers and 89 percent support the creation of an e-sports team. College Magazine ranked UCI the No. 1 school for gamers in 2015. The Association of Gamers boasts the highest membership of any student club on campus, and the computer game science major in the Donald Bren School of Information & Computer Sciences is the largest in the country.

    In addition, UCI’s Institute for Virtual Environments & Computer Games facilitates multidisciplinary research projects in the fields of anthropology, art, computer science, engineering, history, medicine, psychology, science and technology.

    Los Angeles-based Riot Games – the studio behind League of Legends – has pledged its support for the eSports initiative and will work with UCI to offer a premium League of Legends gaming experience.

    “The UCI community is one of over 300 student-run gaming clubs we currently support,” said Ramon Hermann, head of the collegiate program at Riot Games. “We’re honored to work with UCI to create a permanent home for gamers on campus and hope this will inspire similar programs at colleges and universities across North America.”

    Custom gaming computer maker iBuyPower is equipping the 3,500-square-foot eSports arena with 80 of its high-end gaming PCs loaded with the most popular video game titles. Also available for classes and research projects, the Student Center space will be a major hub for social and competitive gaming in Southern California. UCI’s League of Legends team will compete in next year’s collegiate tournaments.

    STEM Summer Programs 


    Now Accepting Applications!

    Berkeley Chemistry, Research, Academics,
    and Mentoring (B-CRAM!)
    July 19 - August 1, 2020

    B-CRAM! is a unique 2-week summer experience designed for motivated high school students entering grade 9 through 12 who are passionate about the chemical sciences and wish to excel their understanding of what college-level academics and life will be like. Students will experience intense immersion in each of the following areas over the two weeks.

    Research. Step into the actual laboratories that conduct the cutting-edge and award-winning research the College of Chemistry is famous for.  Find out why we are ranked the #1 chemistry program in the world!

    Academics. Learn one-half or 8-weeks of the regular semester’s inorganic chemistry lecture and lab course over the two weeks, which will be taught by the same faculty who teach UC Berkeley students. The course will provide unparalleled and excellent preparation for doing well in AP Chemistry or college-level chemistry. 

    Mentoring. Experience Berkeley student life, tutoring, and advising from undergraduate UC Berkeley students who also serve as our program resident advisors.
    All-inclusive program costs are $5,500, which includes instruction, room/board, excursions, class and laboratory materials, airport transfer from SFO, and program materials.  There are a limited number of need-based scholarships available to accepted, underrepresented students.  
    For more information, please go to https://chemistry.berkeley.edu/gold/bcram

    You’re invited to apply to
    Jane Street’s 8th annual Women in STEM


    Women graduating high school in 2020


    July 27th and 28th, 2020



    Deadline to apply:

    Sunday, July 5th, 2020

    11:59pm EDT

    This summer, Jane Street is hosting the eighth annual Jane Street Women in STEM event. We are inviting women graduating from high school this spring to spend two days learning more about what we do and how we do it.

    Students who are selected to attend this event will receive an in-depth look into the ways we use math, computer science and probability concepts in trading, as well as insight into the different roles that exist within our firm. Participants will hear from and interact with various traders and technologists, and learn how they transitioned from their college concentrations in STEM fields to a career at Jane Street.

    Some highlights of the event include a talk from Sandor Lehoczky and a panel of new hires explaining the different roles at Jane Street, including trading, software engineering, and quantitative research. We will also enjoy a few virtual social events, which will provide additional opportunities to get to know Jane Street and the other women attending the event.

    While we wish we could host the event in our NYC office, located in the heart of the Financial District, we are equally excited to make this first remote Jane Street Women in STEM event special, informative and interactive.


    The deadline to apply for this event is Sunday, July 5th, 2020 at 11:59pm EDT.
    We will update you on your application status the week of July 13th.

    If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to email womeninstem@janestreet.com. Good luck with the application process and we hope to meet you soon!

    Jane Street is a quantitative trading firm that uses innovative technology, a scientific approach, and a deep understanding of markets to guide our business, working out of offices in New York, London, Amsterdam and Hong Kong. Founded in 2000, Jane Street employs over 1000 people. We are always recruiting top students and the environment at Jane Street is open, informal, intellectual and fun. The dress code is casual, the kitchen is stocked and discussions are always lively. Teaching and learning are central activities through classes, mentoring and discussion.