The EDsnaps Continuous Learning Officer (CLO) Leadership Program is a FREE program focused on providing professional and personal development training to senior high school students, college-, and university enrolled undergraduate students and recent graduates.
In 2019-2020 we accepted 12 students in this unique program. 10 students were offered paid internships or fellowships for 6 - 8 weeks over Summer 2020.
On September 16, the 2020 - 2021 cohort application opens. We will accept applicants from outside NYC, since our program will be fully online due to COVID-19.
In order to be eligible for a 2021 paid internships, participants must be able to attend all workshop offerings. This cohort meets every month, starting on October 8, 6.00 pm EST.
Special Project with WINGS WorldQuest
August 19, 2020
WINGS WorldQuest supports women in science and exploration by advancing women explorers in the field, connecting women explorers worldwide, and inspiring the next generation.
Women of Impact: In support of our 2020 STEAM Internship Program for Leaders, WINGS WorldQuest connected us with some of their fellows. These women were part of our "Present Women of Impact" who were interviewed by our students and incorporated into their final projects.
A Thank You to Our Key Partners of 2020
July 19, 2020
A HUGE thank you to our Key Partners of 2020, ADP and Herman Miller Cares.
Your continued support makes it possible for EDsnaps to run our innovative 8-week online STEAM Summer Program for Leaders, the Leadership Program for Continuous Learning Officers
Provide our 10 Fellows, Interns, and Counselors with valuable virtual hands-on experiences during their 8 or 10 week internships.
E-Crafts with EDsnaps - Full Video Collection
June 06, 2020
Our full collection of 10 E-Crafts with EDsnaps videos is now live on our Youtube channel. Join us to learn how to make pop-up cards, paper flowers, origami hearts, and more!
EDsnaps and Bridges to Academic Success first fundraising event has been POSTPONED.
Family Nights at NMIC
February 10, 2020
Mixing red with yellow gives orange. Is this always the case? Our students and their families will discover the answer at our family night that begins March 2nd.
If you want to find out the answer yourself, join us for this challenging night of hands-on STEM experiments. Discover STEM with a touch of ART.
EDsnaps Podcast, Episode 16 with Dr. C
January 27, 2020
Interviewed by "Take it From the Iron Woman", Susanne Mueller, Dr. C. is discussing the variety of STEM content programs offered to middle and high school students who identify as marginalized women and the importance of support networks, especially at the local level.
Dr. C challenges the business community to become active role models for young STEM students to become glocal STEM leaders. How can community leaders help strengthen their local and global economic community? Hear the challenges on the podcast.
The first CLO Leadership Program workshop was launched and was a great success.
Mentors from a variety of industries met with students and provided "real life" feedback regarding resume writing, careers, and work-life harmony.
EDsnaps Podcast, Episode 15 with Dr. C
January 20, 2020
Interviewed by "Take it from the Iron Woman" Susanne Mueller, Dr. C is discussing the importance of seizing opportunities in life in general. The discussion then delves into leadership and creating opportunities for young local STEM students to become Global STEM Leaders.
Dr. C Nominated for Ellevate's "Raise Her Voice" Event
January 10, 2020
From the Ellevate team: "Thank you for being a part of Ellevate's Raise Her Voice campaign in honor of International Women's Day 2020. As one of over 300 potential storytellers, your participation plays an incredibly crucial role in the movement to elevate the stories of women across the country. Without you, Raise Her Voice couldn't happen."
Palm Drive Capital - Sponsor of the 2020 CLO Program
January 06, 2020
MANY THANKS to Palm Drive Capital Partners Hendrick Lee, Seamon Chan, and Nick Hsu for sponsoring the inaugural 2020 CLO Leadership Program.
Our first group of 12 students enrolled in New York City colleges is set to begin on Tuesday, January 21, 2020. We are hosted by Paul Hastings LLC, made possible by our champions Arielle Lapiano and Meg Sullivan.
EDsnaps Brochure 2019 - 2020
January 01, 2020
Please familiarize yourself with current and future Program offerings. Check the data on EDsnaps.
EDsnaps empowers local STEM students to become global STEM leaders.
Turning Overlooked into Looked In - Research Project 2020
January 01, 2020
Our mission is to empower local STEM students to become glocal STEM leaders.
We designed an innovative way to engage students in the art of storytelling. Our ever-growing, self-built database combines English literacy, history, geography, and socio-economic aspects with new 21st century technology skills. Through active participation, this experience will empower and hopefully inspire our underserved students who identify as women to become valuable real-life contributions to the STEM ecosystem.