inSTEM Impact Report 2021-2022

A review of the incredible impact of the inSTEM program on our Scholars during the 2021-2022 Academic year.

Launched in 2020 at Howard University with a pilot cohort of first year Scholars, the inSTEM program has grown to 40+ Scholars at Howard University and the University of Texas at Arlington. We have big plans for the program, guided by our fierce commitment to centering the needs of our Scholars and creating space for them to identify how we can support their undergraduate experience.

We are delighted to share with you our full impact report:


And our year in review:


By 2030, the NSTMF will have empowered close to 1000 individuals to grow as people and professionals within the STEM community. In that time, the inSTEM program will have been a key factor in changing the way the STEM community evaluates talent, builds inclusive spaces, and delivers on a more equitable future.

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