inSTEM Impact Report 2022-2024

In its second installment – check out how much inSTEM has grown since our last report and take a deeper dive into the work that we have been doing to retain incredibly talented students in their STEM majors.

In May 2024 the inSTEM program graduated its first cohort of inSTEM Scholars from Howard University and the University of Texas at Arlington. This pilot cohort of students overcame the challenges of launching their academic career in a fully virtual setting and we couldn’t be more impressed by their perseverance and commitment to their studies. We are pleased to share with our community our second impact report that highlights our inSTEM community members and the fantastic impact that the program has had on the Scholars, Coaches, Mentors, and host institutions.



Mentorship support, career opportunities, and a community that is actively interested in the success of every individual is what is needed to empower a more diverse, inclusive, and equitable future in STEM. The innovation economy will be driven by new voices from diverse backgrounds and our inSTEM program is ensuring that those voices are heard.


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