Half-Time Position

 

  • 900 Hours of Service
  • Living Allowance of $5,000
  • AmeriCorps Education Award of $2,960.00 (upon successful completion of program requirements)
  • Build Professional Skills - Personal Enrichment

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Our Vision

To help all students graduate from high school "Career and College Ready" to pursue and complete degrees leading to employment in STEM related careers.


Our Mission

To engage middle grades students in STEM activities that link classroom learning and real world problem solving, help students to master STEM concepts and skills and be ready to succeed in more rigorous high school STEM courses.

Minimum-Time Position

 

  • 300 Hours of Service
  • AmeriCorps Education Award of $1,252.91 (upon successful completion of program requirements)
  • Build Professional Skills
  • Personal Enrichment

Learn more about a Minimum-Time Position in Stem-Corps

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Students focus on College Readiness
Dr. Matthew Militello, Wells Fargo Distinguished Professor in Educational Leadership, hosted a Community Learning Exchange with EJ Hayes Elementary School from Martin County at ECU Thursday, March 29. The 25 5th graders and their parents engaged in activities led by Militello, College R-E-D’s Travis Pickney, and EJ Hayes principal Dr. Larry Hodgkins. The exchanged focused on college readiness and College R-E-D’s 3 C’s: Cheerleader, Counselor, and Coach. The participants also toured campus and the ECU athletic facilities.

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Contact Us

Dr. Betty Beacham

Executive Director
1805 Charles Blvd.
Bldg 123
East Carolina University
Mail Stop 636
Greenville, NC 27858
(252) 328-4357
stemcorpseast@ecu.edu