CSTEP is a grant-funded program sponsored by the New York State Department of Education. The purpose is to increase and support the number of talented underrepresented students in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) disciplines and health-related professions.
The program provides supportive services, enriching learn-shops, resources, and activities for students who are majoring in qualifying areas or disciplines which lead to licensed professions or certification by the Board of Regents.
Certified Public Accountant
Occupational Therapy Assistant
Speech Language Pathologist
Note: If the career you’re interested in isn’t listed, contact the CSTEP office to see if you qualify.
The application process is simple. Complete an application, by calling or emailing the office or meet with a CSTEP staff member.
Connect with CSTEP
SUNY Buffalo State
1300 Elmwood Avenue
South Wing 210
Buffalo, New York 14222
Tel: (716) 878-4197
Fax: (716) 878-3473
Welcome Back- Thursday, January 31st Bengal Pause (12:15-1:30pm) Assembly Hall
Post Graduation Prep Learn-shop- Thursday, February 7th (11:30-1:30pm) SAMC 170
Volunteer Opportunities- Tuesday, February 12th (12:15-1:30pm) TBD
STEM Talk #1 CIS- Wednesday, February 20th (12:00-1:00pm) Student Union Room 412
Productivity Styles Workshop- Thursday, February 21st Bengal Pause (12:15-1:30pm) SAMC 170
Internships & Interviewing- Tuesday, March 5th- (12:15-1:30pm) Assembly Hall 1
STEM Talk #2- Wednesday, March 13th (12:30- 2:00pm) Student Union Room 415
Scholarships- Thursday, April 4th- Bengal Pause (12:15-1:30pm) Assembly Hall
STEM Talks #3 Attorney/Law- Wednesday, April 10th- Bengal Pause (1:00-2:00pm) Student Union Room 412
CSTEP Alumni Panel- Tuesday, April 16th- Bengal Pause (12:15-1:30pm) Assembly Hall 1
Year End Celebration- Thursday, April 18th- Bengal Pause (12:15-1:30pm) Bulger Community Lobby
CSTEP will continue hosting our STEM Talks again in the spring semester. STEM Talks is similar to the TED Talks format. Individuals that are proficient in areas connected to STEM, Allied Health and careers leading to a license will lead the intimate roundtable discussions.
STEM Talks will be lead by our dynamic faculty/staff members and CSTEP scholars. The sessions will run either 15 or 30 minutes with at least two recurring sessions. Offering scholars the opportunity to benefit from the content when it's convenient for their schedules.
If you're interested in facilitating a STEM Talk, please contact our office at 716 878 4197 or via email at CSTEP@buffalostate.edu.
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