What should I do now?
I am planning to pursue STEM major. I have a few leadership positions in activities irrelevant to STEM. I watched a webinar on collegevine and the presenter said that having extracurriculars and leadership positions in STEM-related activities would increase my admission chances. So the question is, what STEM ECs can I do in the current situation?
Note that I don't have experience in STEM activities
Some colleges are offering online summer camps and webinars that are STEM specific so if you look at the websites for schools you are interested in you might find that. My school teaches engineering classes so I have emailed those teachers to ask what camps they know of that are still being held but you could also email a math teacher you have had or a science teacher to see what things they have heard of going on this summer.
you need to jump on top of literally as many stem activities as you can. here are some you can join in school.
* science olympiad
* science research/science fair
* engineering club
* premed/med club
* red cross club
* science/math quiz bowl
also make sure you are taking as many advanced science and math classes as you can. if you’re looking at top schools then you need to be advanced in basically all classes regardless. get involved with some stem focused extracurricular that is not school-sponsored so maybe a volunteering service, tutoring, or something else like that