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Boulé-Base 11 Fellows Program

The Boulé-Base 11 Fellows program is designed to provide students and early career adults (from high school juniors to age 34) with the Access, Awareness and Belief they need to become highly trained and well-connected STEM leaders who are positioned to serve as game changers in the fields of industry, science, medicine, and law.

 

Dwayne Murray
Grand Sire Archon, Sigma Pi Phi Fraternity

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Info for Students/Early Career Adults

Achieving the Boulé-Base 11 Fellow designation will open doors and accelerate career success with the help of our vast, well-connected Sigma Pi Phi members.

Join now and start receiving the following benefits:

  • Gaining access to a powerful network of some of the most accomplished African American professionals in the world
  • Getting mentored by global leaders in your field of interest
  • Building a personalized career roadmap
  • Getting hands-on experience developing solutions to improve parity for Black America
  • Learning from the experiences of those who have paved the way for your success
  • Having your digital profile highly visible to over 500 employers for opportunities in STEM and beyond

There are 3 Steps to becoming a Boulé-Base 11 Fellow

Step 1: Sign up for a free membership on  Base 11 Digital. Anyone can join Base 11 Digital, but to be eligible for the Boulé-Base 11 Fellow program, you must be:

  • High School Junior to 34 years old
  • Interested in STEM
  • Eager to become a successful STEM leader in industry, science, medicine or law

Step 2:  Apply to become a Boulé-Base 11 Fellow candidate by:

  • Completing the Boulé-Base 11 Fellow online application in Base 11 Digital, including a letter of recommendation from a mentor, academic instructor, or employer.

Step 3: Complete a series of virtual training sessions and hands-on (real-world) tasks designed to equip you with the access, awareness, and belief needed to become a highly trained, well-connected STEM leader. These include:

  • Creating your Digital Portfolio so that we can showcase your skills, accomplishments, and any STEM-related work products that you’ve completed. This will make you stand out to potential employers looking to hire great talent like you!  
  • Completing mentorship sessions with experts in the STEM fields you are most interested in.  
  • Developing your own STEM Career Goals and Action Plan. 
  • Attending virtual professional development sessions hosted by Sigma Pi Phi, Base 11, and our partners. 
  • Completing a Parity Project capstone proposal aimed at helping to achieve parity for Black America in one of the 10 targeted areas of impact.

As an additional (optional) step, Boulé-Base 11 Fellow candidates can choose to enter their capstone project proposals into the Parity Project Innovation Challenge  to compete for cash prizes, national recognition, and the opportunity to pitch your winning proposal to major industry and government leaders

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Testimonial

“When I look in the mirror, I see strength, I see determination, I see exactly what an engineer is.”

- Breanna Allen

Henry Ford College '17
Base 11 Fellow at UCI '17
Engineering Student at Michigan State
Founded Pill Ion, a MedTech start up and was admitted to the NSF I-Corps program

 

Info for Boulé Members and Other Supporters

Help us achieve our goal to develop an initial pipeline of 5,000 students and young adults on a pathway to becoming highly trained and well connected STEM leaders empowered to serve as Game Changers in the fields of industry, science, medicine, and law … by June 2022!
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Dwayne Murray

Grand Sire Archon, Sigma Pi Phi Fraternity

How to Get Involved 

There are several ways you can jump in and help us achieve parity for Black America by 2030. Choose what’s right for you!

 

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FAQs

Do you have a question about any of the programs above? Download our FAQs sheet by clicking the link below.

Still have questions not answered in the FAQ’s? Please send us an email at [email protected]