Available Positions

Thank you for your interest in joining the CSU STEM VISTA program! We accept application materials and fill VISTA positions on a rolling basis. We encourage you to submit as early as possible, early May at the latest. 

Required application materials:

  • Email your resume and cover letter to vista@calstate.edu.
    • In your cover letter, share why you want to be a part of a program focused on eliminating race, class and gender inequities. Please include any personal and/or professional reflections: your cover letter is an opportunity for you to share your story with the CSU STEM VISTA leadership team!​
  • Complete and submit an AmeriCorps application through My AmeriCorps - links to applications for available positions below.



Position Title

Position Description
SacramentoNatural Sciences and Math - Student Success Coordinator

Are you a creative thinker who enjoys writing, data analysis and working collaboratively with a diverse community of faculty, staff and students? If so, Sacramento State is hiring a Natural Sciences and Mathematics (NSM) Student Success Coordinator and would benefit from your skills and interests. The Center for Science and Math Success supports students in math and science courses through a variety of academic and social support programs that emphasize equity, community, leadership and life-long learning. As Coordinator, you will assist with communication, marketing and outreach strategies to recruit students to programs, support faculty development and inform the campus community and public-at-large of the Center’s initiatives and activities. You will engage in data collection and analysis to inform improvements, and you will work to increase the synergy between programs within and external to the Center. Apply today!​

StanislausOffice of Service Learning & College of Science - STEM Outreach Coordinator

Do you have a passion for STEM education that you want to share with others? Do you like to collaborate with peers to provide young people access to STEM activities in the community, and be a leader of change? If so, our innovative Science in Our Community programs at Stanislaus State are for you. Science in Our Community has a program called STEM Ambassadors that gives both STEM discipline and non-STEM discipline students opportunities to develop leadership and teamwork skills, and transfer knowledge gained in the classroom out into the community. It also allows students internship opportunities and creates a network with faculty and community members. As the Program Coordinator, you will network and recruit Stan State students, faculty, and staff to participate in Science In Our Community programs. Additionally, you will reach out to the community members and schools as program recipients, create/update resources, and collect data for grants. The Coordinator will also facilitate online STEM activities and weekly program meetings. Apply today!​​

Summer Associates

​The CSU STEM VISTA program is focused on eliminating race, class, and gender disparities in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math). CSU STEM VISTA summer associates will serve for 9-weeks on a variety of STEM projects with college and K-12 students. Projects vary based on the specific STEM student needs on the campus focusing on low income, first generation, students of color and women. In the past, summer associates have helped campuses launch peer mentoring programs, expand partnerships with K-12 schools, develop academic enrichment trainings and workshops, and establish academic internship and research opportunities. Summer Associates will be placed at the following campuses: Cal Poly Pomona, Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, Fresno State, CSU Monterey Bay, San Jose State Unviersity, Stanislaus State, and CSU East Bay. It is important to note that there is no relocation assistance available.​