EFSC Resources for Science Students
Eastern Florida State College has many great resources in place to support science students! Explore the links below to learn more about opportunities for participation in student clubs, scientific research and mentoring, tutoring, service learning, the honors program and assistance with career planning.
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This Palm Bay Campus-based club serves students pursuing degrees in Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics (STEM). Visit the Palm Bay Clubs & Activities page for more information.
Titan Healthcare Professionals
This Melbourne Campus-based club serves students in their exploration of the healthcare field.
Scientific Research & Mentoring
EFSC faculty members mentor students in many areas of research through the Office of Undergraduate Research. In February 2018, EFSC’s Melbourne campus will host the Florida Undergraduate Research Conference (FURC), where students from EFSC and other Florida colleges and universities will present their original research.
The EFSC chapter of Women in Science and Engineering (WiSE) sponsors a monthly lecture series during the Fall and Spring Terms, where students can learn about career paths from local experts in the industry. It also assists students in locating professional mentors for additional individualized guidance.
Science students may gain valuable practical experience by participating in community service activities through EFSC’s Center for Service-Learning & Civic Engagement.
The EFSC Honors Program supports academically gifted students, providing an opportunity to participate in scholarly inquiry, creative interaction and intellectual stimulation.
Each EFSC campus has a Career Planning & Development Center, where students can explore career fields, attend job fairs and participate a variety of career development workshops.
EFSC also provides access to Pathevo STEM Education & Career Planning, a unique tool specifically designed to aid students pursuing careers in the sciences.