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Join Us

If you are looking for ways to become an active member of the STEM community, you’ve come to the right place.

By joining The STEM Bulletin, you will be presented with the opportunity to contribute your unique ideas and grow an initiative for students to share and nurture their passion for STEM.

The application process for all teams are as follows:

  1. Fill out the application form.

  2. If you are shortlisted, you will receive an email invitation to an interview by the Executive Team.

  3. If you are successful, your team lead will have an onboarding session to show you the ropes and welcome you to the team!


Writing Team

If you have a flair for writing or something to share, we can’t wait to have you on our writing team! 

As a writer, you can share your interest in any STEM topic of your choice through creative and informative writing. For more details, check out the FAQs below!

Applications have now closed for the August 19th, 2023 recruitment cycle. Keep a look out on our social media pages and our website for more information about upcoming recruitment cycles and application deadlines!

Writing Team

Writers' FAQs

  • Who can be a writer?
    All secondary school, pre-university or university students intending to pursue a course or career in a STEM field are highly encouraged to apply to join us as a writer!
  • What topics can I write about?
    You can write about anything in STEM – for now, we categorise submissions into Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics, with Science being subdivided into Biology, Chemistry, Physics and Environmental Science. Feel free to write about anything you learn inside or outside the classroom.
  • What is the workload for writers?
    Writers are expected to make one submission monthly. However, writers may make more than one submission a month if they wish to do so, or if they would like to fulfil their quotas ahead of time. The schedule is flexible - we understand that writers may be busy with exams or other events at certain times throughout the year.
  • Why should I be a writer?
    Writing for TSB encourages you to undertake deeper academic exploration within your subject of choice, allowing you to gain a more rounded perspective on your intended course or career. You will also get the chance to hone your writing skills and evaluate the quality of information sources. After three submissions, writers will receive a certificate of appreciation for contributing their time and ideas!
  • Can I still join the writing team even if I am not particularly confident in my language abilities?
    Yes you can! The things we look for in writers are creativity, originality and most importantly, passion in STEM. Don’t worry about small grammatical details or not having the best sense of linguistic flair – our board of editors has got you covered in the language department!
  • What style should I write in?
    Any style that suits you – it can be journalistic, informal, personal or in a completely creative style (think poems or rap lyrics). For more details, check out the writer’s section on the Join Us page on our website!
  • How do I make a submission?
    A writer’s guide explaining the submission process, research resources and topic suggestions will be provided for all writers. If you would like to make a one-time submission, you can click on the link to the Submission Form below.

Can't commit to a monthly submission schedule but want to have your work featured anyway? Click here to make a one-time submission!

Working Team

If you enjoy collaboration and are looking to enhance your soft skills, join our working team!

We have plenty of teams for you to contribute your unique skill sets in — be it our Communications team, Technical team, Creative team, Content team or Editorial team, we’d love to have you on board. If any of these roles interest you, fill out the form below.

Applications have now closed for the August 19th, 2023 recruitment cycle. Keep a look out on our social media pages and our website for more information about upcoming recruitment cycles and application deadlines!

Working Team

Content Team

Estimated time commitment: 1 hour per week

Job Scope

  • Prepare informative posts on STEM topics of their choice.

  • Brainstorm ideas to expand TSB's content to new platforms, such as podcasts or videos.


  • Good research skills

  • Ability to evaluate the quality of information

  • sources

  • Good grasp of written English

  • Willingness to accept constructive feedback

Creative Team

Estimated time commitment: 30 minutes to 1 hour per week​

Job Scope

  • Design Instagram posts for TSB's social media channels, including weekly or monthly series, monthly wraps, recruitment posters and event posters.

  • Design logos, banners, and icons for TSB, including materials for the website.



  • Experience with graphic design software, such as Canva, Adobe Photoshop, or Pixir

Communications Team

Estimated time commitment: 30 minutes to 1 hour per week

Job Scope

  • Manage the social media accounts of TSB, including Instagram, LinkedIn and Facebook.

  • Survey and contact external organisations and individuals for opportunities to collaborate, and maintain positive relations with external parties.

  • Reach out to schools and organisations about TSB's recruitment drives, competitions, and other projects.



  • Proficient in English

  • Excellent written communication skills

Technical Team

Estimated time commitment: 30 minutes to 2 hours per week

Job Scope

  • Design the layout of web pages for new articles and other pages once they are ready to be published.

  • Resolve technical issues with the website.

  • Upgrade the website by implementing new features, reorganising the website layout, and designing the overall theme of the website


  • Prior experience with web development, or willingness to learn web development skills

  • Good problem solving skills

Editorial Team

Estimated time commitment: 6 to 8 hours per month​

Job Scope

Evaluate, edit and provide feedback on articles and Instagram posts before publishing, including aspects such as grammar, word choice, phrasing, structure, factual accuracy and quality of sources cited.


  • Proficiency in English

  • Good research skills

  • Good communication skills

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