BridgeUP STEM provides opportunities for girls, women, and gender non-conforming individuals of all backgrounds to learn the skills of computer science and research methodology within a research university setting. Such opportunities also provide mentorship and research experiences with computing faculty mentors and undergraduate student researchers at postsecondary institutions.
BridgeUP STEM opportunities are a two-year commitment for participants. Learn more about the specific opportunities below.
BridgeUP STEM Scholars
This two-year program is for those in 9th-11th grade with minimal or limited access to coding/computing courses and resources. The program consists of non-credit computer science course instruction, a research internship, a research faculty and undergraduate student researcher mentorship, and a support community.
This two-year paid fellowship is for undergraduate students interested in computational research and educational outreach.