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Jesus Rodriguez – STEM Super Youth Advocate: Wenatchee
I hope that with my background, work ethic, and service I am able to contribute and make a positive difference in my career industry and community. As I reflect back on my education and extracurricular involvement, my two passions are agriculture and serving my community - that’s why I am a STEM super advocate.
Washington STEM Selected as SAP Concur Community Impact Partner
Statewide nonprofit Washington STEM is pleased to announce it has been chosen by SAP Concur as a Community Impact Partner to support student opportunity through a high-quality, equitable STEM education.

Funding Opportunity: STEM Classroom and Labs Grant
Washington STEM and OSPI are pleased to announce that the next round of STEM Classroom and Labs Grants are now open.
West Sound District Consortium Awarded Grant to Further Computer Science Education
West Sound District Consortium Awarded Grant to Further Computer Science Education

Washington State Legislature affirms commitment to Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) in K-12 schools.
STEM by the Numbers: Access and Opportunity
New Washington STEM report series uncovers systemic gaps in student opportunity; offers bold agenda to close the gaps
A TRIO OF TRIUMPHS NEAR THE TRI-CITIES: VISITING THE MID-COLUMBIA STEM NETWORK
When we want to think big at Washington STEM, we encourage each other to “put on Deb’s big hat.”
WASHINGTON STEM 2018 LEGISLATIVE RECAP
STEM in the Short Session
STEM SUPER ADVOCATE: WENATCHEE SCHOOLS CTE DIRECTOR DENNIS CONGER
Dennis Conger comes by his expertise in career pathways honestly.
LABOR MARKET DATA FOR K-12 EDUCATORS FORUM
Firefighter. Mail carrier. Doctor. Nurse. Lifeguard.
2018 ADVOCACY DAY
Last week, Washington STEM staff traveled to Olympia to meet with legislators to advocate for STEM education issues.
Kaiser Permanente: Supporting STEM, Educating Our Future Health Care Workforce
Susan Mullaney, President of Kaiser Permanente Washington, speaks on the importance of equality in STEM education and the positive impact it has on health care workforce development at the 2017 Washington STEM Summit at Microsoft.
HOW CAN BUSINESS INTERSECT WITH CAREER CONNECTED LEARNING?
LESSONS FROM THE GOVERNOR’S SUMMIT ON CAREER CONNECTED LEARNING, MAY 31, 2017
A SUMMARIZATION OF THE BEST INTERNSHIP I COULD’VE EVER ASKED FOR
“No man ever steps in the same river twice, for it’s not the same river and he’s not the same man.” – Heraclitus of Ephesus
AN INSIDER’S SNEAK PEEK INTO LEARNING LABS PT.II
Happy New Year! We here at Washington STEM have been continuing our collaboration with the Workforce Board in observing, across the state, the different Learning Labs that create work experiences for young people.
AN INSIDER’S FIRST SNEAK PEEK INTO LEARNING LABS
As announced in late September, Governor Inslee, the Workforce Board, and Washington STEM identified 21 career related programs across the state with the goal of identifying promising practices and other success factors in career connected learning.
WASHINGTON STEM: #DISCOVERUWA
Today is #DiscoverUWA, a campaign encouraging students of all ages to explore career and college pathways.
MAKE IT WORK: SPOKANE PUBLIC SCHOOLS SUMMER STEM PROGRAMS
“Make it work.”
WENATCHEE STEM STUDENTS TOUR HIGH-TECH AGRICULTURE SITE
On July 7, Stemilt Growers hosted a group of Washington State Opportunity Scholarship (WSOS) recipients along with Wenatchee Valley College (WVC) students to learn more about the company and career paths in high-tech agriculture.