Please consider donating to help support NJAS members
The NJ Academy of Science (NJAS) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, EIN: 22-1935678, whose mission is to preserve and promote the advancement of STEM-related fields among the NJ scientific community.
The academy accomplishes this mission in the following ways:
1. Host the NJAS Annual Meeting , an event that enhances STEM network and highlights the scientific contributions of our community
2. Sponsors HS & undergraduate research grants to promote scientific research in NJ (On hold for 2024)
3. Seasonal Publication of the NJAS "Newsletter", to communicate our community about scientific highlights, internship and job opportunities
4. Yearly, NJAS host seminars with other organizations/institutions to disseminate STEM related topic, teach skills necessary for the workplace, and hold mentoring sessions with our community to make sure they are thriving in the STEM job marketplace.
5. Publication of the scholarly peer-reviewed journal, The Bulletin.
The NJ Academy of Science was founded in 1954, is affiliated with the American Association for the Advancement of Science, and is a member of the National Association of Academies of Science. The organization is 100% funded by its membership dues, publications, fundraisers, grants and private donations. It is our hope that our NJAS members and friends continue to contribute to our mission.
NJ Academy of Science heavily depends on volunteers. We need the continued participation of our members to sustain and grow the Academy.
What can we offer?
1. As a team, we work in collaboration to engage and help deliver to our community a STEM network platform, showcase scientific research efforts, communicate educational science initiatives, and develop STEM network activities for our community in NJ. We are the voice of our community - if you are interested in any of the above efforts - Join us!.
2. NJAS team is inclusive, we welcome anyone that is passionate on making a difference in our scientific community.
3. Recognition in the scientific community
4. Develop Leadership skills.
If you are interested in helping lead the NJ Academy of Science as an executive officer please submit this FORM.