Our STEM Networks are creating unified systems of STEM education in their own communities – fostering partnerships, eliminating the duplication of work, and increasing impact. Washington STEM’s role in this process is to create a network of networks that spreads best practices among communities and drives the scaling of effective practices across the state.
The Mid-Columbia STEM network is a collaborative effort to deliver STEM education resources throughout southeastern Washington.
The South Central STEM Network spans Yakima and Kittitas counties and parts of Klickitat and Grant counties, as well as several school districts located on the Yakama Nation Reservation.
The South King County STEM Network will weave STEM education outcomes into the already-established Road Map Project, impacting seven districts in the region.
The Southwest Washington STEM Network is based in Vancouver, Washington and represents the organizations in Clark County and the surrounding region.
Spokane County is a regional, economic, and cultural hub for a four-state region with over 1.9 million people.
The West Sound STEM Network serves as a hub that links students, teachers and the community with STEM resources on the Kitsap Peninsula & Bainbridge Island.
Washington STEM is awarding investments to launch STEM Networks, supporting communities and regions in our state to revitalize STEM education and drive local economic development
A year after Washington STEM’s launch, its investments in improving STEM education are already paying off. Next up for Washington STEM is launching investments in STEM Networks, which will support communities and regions in the state as they revitalize STEM education and drive local economic development.
Dayton, Ohio has been a STEM powerhouse for over 100 years.
When the recession hit the rest of the country, it faced what Lenoir County, North Carolina had been struggling with for over 15 years.
Comprised of Nassau and Suffolk Counties, Long Island is more populous than 38 states. And like many parts of the country, the region is struggling to fill STEM-related jobs with local talent.
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