STEM Opportunities at MC


MentorNet is an online program that automatically matches STEM students with a professional mentor for a 9-month online pen-pal relationship. This match is based upon surveys that both the mentor and protégé fill out when they sign up. The best part? It is free for Mission College students!

For more information, or to start your own mentor experience, visit MentorNet.

Questions? Contact the STEM/Transfer Program Coordinator, Jessica Shillings at or 408-855-5261.


Library Resources

The Mission Colege library's online resources for finding STEM resources.

Honors Transfer Project

The new Honors Transfer Project will begin Spring 2014!

If you are highly motivated and looking for:

  • Enthusiastic learning environments with other motivated students
  • One-on-one time with faculty
  • Discussions and projects that stimulate intellectual development
  • Special educational and cultural activities and field trips

Honors Scholar recognition

  •  A competitive edge for transfer to top universities

Enroll in one of the new Honors Seminars this Fall to learn more!


Additional honors courses are being developed for Spring 2014!

For more information, contact the Honors Transfer  at


Alliance of Mathematics Engineering and Science Students

What is it?

The Alliance of Mathematics Engineering and Science Students is a student-run organization devoted to bringing students together for the mutual benefit of their community, of their futures, their friendships and to inspire innovation.

How can Students benefit from AMES2?

Students can benefit from exposure to a wide variety of activities, ranging from leadership to robotics, and engineering competitions. In addition, workshops take place monthly each designed with a specific intent to refine members, targeting their soft and hard skills to prepare them for future jobs, interviews, and whatever endeavors they may encounter in life. The club also plans tours which are scheduled throughout the year.

AMES2 is open to anyone who wants to join. We do require that students attend a minimum of two meetings a month and that they participate in one activity a month

Questions? Comments?

Contact President Logan Fansler at

or Vice President James Phan at 


What Is MC²IT? MC²IT is an innovative partnership of high tech and business corporations and educators working to support Silicon Valley's entrepreneurial and innovative industry. We offer a low risk environment for organizations wishing to develop a product or wanting to explore new ideas using our state of the art Incubation Lab, qualified faculty and student interns. The back burner projects completed by our interns creates a valuable talent pool for Silicon Valley companies as well as providing a real world business experience through a project based model.

Interested in working with a high tech company while you take classes at Mission College? If so, start the process by applying for the program. Application to the program will put your name and experience into the database for consideration. Internships can provide you with credit units and/or stipend depending on the company and the project.

For more information, visit MC²IT.


MESA CCP (Math Engineering Science Achievement Community College Program), part of the MESA Undergraduate Program, provides support to community college students who are majoring in math, engineering and science so they excel academically and transfer to four-year institutions. MESA CCP is a partnership with the California Community College Chancellor's Office.