Providing you the best STEM education!
Providing you the best STEM education!
InterSTEM 2022 College Panel coming up! Mark your calenders for June 25th, 4-6pm PST!
People will have a chance to ask questions to accomplished seniors/college students regarding their major, school, academic interests, etc.
Fill out the form below to sign up!
Merch Sale Announcement:
InterSTEM is excited to announce that there is a Summer Merch Sale! For the next two weeks, all products will be on sale! Buy your merch now using the following link before the sale ends!!! https://interstem.creator-spring.com/
InterSTEM is a wonderful opportunity for students of all ages to get involved in various aspects of STEM! Working with high school students across the world to create podcasts, write blog articles, and host STEM contests has been an incredible experience and taught me so many valuable lessons that will definitely benefit me in the future!
Ryan Liu President
InterSTEM is without a doubt the best non-profit organization in STEM. I feel very lucky to be able to work with brilliant peers from all around the world with similar interests and learn from one another. Working with the tech team has been a remarkable experience, not to mention the free tutoring service that I was more than impressed with.
Bian Lee CTO
I am extremely grateful for what InterSTEM has given me and I am very glad that I can take a leading role in taking this already amazing organization to the next level.
InterSTEM is an inspiring outlet to intriguing STEAM articles, high-school perspectives via their podcast, and beneficial tutoring. There is also a thriving community aspect (via social media platforms such as Discord) that other organizations don’t always have, but InterSTEM is sure to deliver it!
Andre Lombardi Irvine-Tustin CFO
When it comes to writing, InterSTEM gives me both the exposure I long for and the freedom to write about topics of my choice. Knowing that people all over the world read my articles empowers me as a young writer and as a woman in STEM.
Emily Richter Writer & VP of Sonoma Chapter
InterSTEM is a non-profit organization that hopes to raise awareness about the relevance of STEM-related topics to the world. Functioning mainly online, this platform offers a tutoring service for students, updates readers about current news in STEM through articles and blog posts, and plans collaborative projects between high school and elementary students. Through the integration of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, InterSTEM provides students of all backgrounds the opportunity to explore and dive deeper into the world of STEM.
In the 21st century, no one should be denied an education or access to knowledge. However, inequalities in education spending in affluent versus disadvantaged neighborhoods are only growing wider, creating stark contrasts in the opportunities afforded to kids from different backgrounds. InterSTEM hopes to create a community with a neverending wealth of knowledge and support to satisfy the innate intellectual thirst within every student, whether through receiving additional support for a school class or conducting an independent research paper.
InterSTEM offers a plethora of opportunities to explore the STEM universe. Free tutoring in all science and math subjects from elementary to undergraduate level is offered by a large team of qualified volunteer peer tutors. Those passionate about writing can work with the editing team to publish articles on the InterSTEM blog. Our podcast, InterSTEM Talks, and guest speaker series give students an opportunity to learn more about the future of STEM in their lives. Lastly, InterSTEM’s highly selective research program helps top students conduct scientific research, get paired with university professors, and publish their own research paper.
InterSTEM's team of dedicated tutors is offering academic assistance in math, sciences, and other subjects
Be part of the research team to work with university professors and publish a research paper.
Publicize and outreach to other international regions to expand our STEM community.