STEM education is critical in helping the United States maintain a presence in the global stage of technology. STEM education in our schools is essential to spark an interest in pursuing a STEM career for our youth. We are honored to engage in STEM initiatives that are designed to get students excited about science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). A STEM career focus will help greater Columbus students assemble the skills that are needed to prepare for jobs in coding, robotics, electronics, technology, energy, and engineering.  

We are very excited to launch our STEM Club program in 2023 partnering with Communities in Schools and Columbus City Schools!  This coed after school program focuses on fostering students’ interest in science, technology, engineering, and math through group projects and competitions.  STEM Club meetings will run from January through May meeting twice a month on Tuesdays at Johnson Park Middle School.

If you are interested in assisting us in this initiative or would like to donate, please contact our STEM Chair Brother Brandon Riggins at 614.554.1385.

Eta Nu Nu Chapter presented $9,500 to 13 area high school seniors to attend college

Eta Nu Nu Chapter presented $7,500 in NPHC Hope Scholarship monies to five area high school seniors.


Eta Nu Nu Chapter established partnership with I Know I Can Founders’ Scholarship with a $20,000 commitment to support a student of color who matriculates at an HBCU