The E-Communities Project

nsbeThe E-Communities Project, sponsored by the National Science Foundation, is seeking STEM graduates with work experience to help Middle School Science teachers in the Prince George’s area build a realistic curriculum.

If you would like more information see the attached flyer, a more detailed Webinar presentation will be held TODAY @ 11AM! The link to RSVP is here:


Featured Group: National Organization of Gay and Lesbian Scientists and Technical Professionals (NOGLSTP)

“We are scientific and technical professionals who earn our livings in the fields of: materials science, biomedical engineering, geography, archeology, neurobiology, meteorology, oceanography, medical technology, physics, electrical engineering, biochemistry, zoology, psychobiology, computer science, epidemiology, microbiology, environmental science, linguistics, chemistry, mechanical engineering, science education, sociology, astronomy, botany, molecular biology, anthropology, law, aerospace, engineering, science policy, physiology, ecology, patent law, geology, health professions, mathematics, and more!

We are lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, and allies. Those of us who are able, are out and proud. We advocate equal employment opportunity, professional networking, role modeling, science education, and scientific freedom/responsibility. We practice science, technology, engineering, and mathematics with PRIDE.”

Featured Group: oSTEM

“Out in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (oSTEM) is a national society dedicated to educating and fostering leadership for LGBTQA communities in the STEM fields. The national society has been built by students, for students.  We started as a single chapter in 2005, and today we encompass more than 50 chapters across the country.  Anyone who wishes to connect or start an oSTEM chapter should email us at  We have a chapter manual with helpful tips and knowledgeable mentors who are ready and eager to assist.”