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The National GEM Consortium is a critically important part of MIT Lincoln Laboratory's diversity and inclusion programs. GEM has connected us to a much wider pool of top talent pursuing STEM-related degrees.

Eric D. Evans, PhD
Director
MIT Lincoln Laboratory

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As a GEM Alum, I'm honored to work with my fellow ORNL Division Directors to support GEM in their efforts to develop the next generation of top scientific talent.

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Johney Green Jr., PhD
Director, Energy and Transportation Science Division
Oak Ridge National Laboratory

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Through GEM, Lexmark attracts a diverse group of promising engineers, who begin their professional careers with us and continue growing.

Jeri Isbell
SVP, Human Resources
Lexmark

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The GEM BNL program at its peak created a community of Fellows, Mentors, and Lab leaders that focused on the love of science and the development of talent that permeated excellence throughout the laboratory.

Terrence L. Buck
Principal Human Resources Representative /
Diversity Specialist, Brookhaven

What is GEM?

GEM is a network of leading corporations, government laboratories, top universities, and top research institutions that enables qualified students from underrepresented communities to pursue graduate education in applied science and engineering.

GEM Partnership Adds Value

Value Proposition

students

  • Advanced STEM degree opportunities at a major participating university
  • No financial burden
  • Internships with top major employers

employers

  • Top diverse students intern at your company
  • Reduced total cost of acquiring high level niche technical talent
  • Access to a wide network of diverse technical talent

Universities

  • Increase your institution's diverse technical student population
  • Partner with industry leaders
  • Access to a database of top national underrepresented minority (URM) talent

GEM recruits high quality underrepresented students looking to pursue Master’s and Doctoral degrees in applied science and engineering,

More than

1300

applicants per year are screened and matched to employer needs.

Students’ average GPA exceeds

3.5

across a wide variety of technical majors.

More than

80%

of students accept full time offers from sponsoring employers.

There have been more than

4000

successful GEM Fellowships since 1976

and matches their specific skills to the specific technical needs of GEM employer partners.

GEM membership helps you get there.

Costs on your own0%
Costs with GEM0%

Acquiring top talent through GEM costs your organization 56% less than recruiting and onboarding qualified diverse talent on your own.

Contact us to learn more about becoming a GEM member.

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