College of Communication & Information
STARS–Student Leadership Corps
Members of the Florida State University STARS–Student Leadership Corps focus on recruiting the next generation of IT professionals to Florida State University. Through these recruiting efforts, members become engaged in the IT profession. This engagement improves their academic performance and career opportunities.
Florida State’s STARS–SLC conducts many award-winning activities, such as:
›› Presenting to high school classes on the IT profession;
›› Hosting campus visits by regional high schools;
›› Judging competitions and presenting leaders, technology and college workshops at the Florida Technology Student Association Conference;
›› Mentoring K–12 students’ technology clubs;
›› Providing IT training for K–12 teachers;
›› Conducting the Florida Technology Student Association Leadership Conference; and
›› Producing videos on STARS– SLC and the IT profession.
An annual gift to STARS makes a difference.
STARS-SLC contributes significantly to our community through many events throughout the whole year while simultaneously promoting STEM- related fields to young women and minorities. Our workshops often focus on bringing in groups that are normally underrepresented in typical STEM fields and exposing them to different sectors of these areas. STARS-SLC hopes to encourage and enlighten young people about the diverse STEM-related careers.
SHELBY SCHLEMBACH (B.S. ’15, INFORMATION, COMMUNICATION & TECHNOLOGY)
How You Can Help
An Annual Gift to STARS-SLC Makes a Difference
$5,000—Enables eight students to present at annual national conferences
$2,000—Helps four students to conduct the Florida TSA leadership conference
$1,000—Aids three students in visiting Florida high schools or community colleges
$500—Allows two students to assist a K–12 technology club
$100—Hosts a high school’s FSU student shadowing day
$50—Helps our students conduct a technology workshop for teachers