CSOs are students in grades 6-12 who are elected by their peers to be liaison for STEM in their schools and in their communities.
CSO Mentors are community leaders and professionals who serve as role models for STEM educational opportunities.
CSOs are students elected by their peers in 6th to 12th grade to be liaison for STEM and innovation in their schools and community.
The CSO’s mission is to:
Leadership Training Institute: teaches networking, leadership development, verbal and written communication, and team building.
Cabinet Meetings and Community Events: guides collaboration with business and civic leaders to address community challenges, improve communication and confidence, and share common experiences.
Mentorship: training opportunities with STEM Professionals – vetted regional leaders who help CSOs implement their ideas on campus and express their voice in the community.
CSOs work with their schools to help implement STEM on-campus plans and advocate for the student voice.
CSOs serve as their schools’ liason with science-based organizations to continuously connect and collaborate.
CSOs participate in global and regional cabinet meetings to empower state, city and school STEM efforts.