STEMconnector’s What’s Working?
Virtual Resources

While this is a challenging time for businesses, families, and individuals, particularly those who are now homeschooling their children while in many cases working remotely themselves, many of STEMconnector’s members have resources available to help create seamless virtual learning opportunities for K-12 students.
Building on our What’s Working? Series where we share best practices across our network, we released a special installation focused specifically on virtual K-12 learning resources across our network in a webinar series and one-pagers.

Building and sustaining successful programs and initiatives in STEM talent development, whether through working with youth programing, targeting hidden talent pools, or developing the skills of early workforce entrants from overlooked communities, requires patience, drive, and long-term thinking. This reference guide showcases only the beginning of what we know we can accomplish as a network, and we look forward to continuing to share and learn from each of the organizations we are fortunate enough to work with. Together, we will eliminate the nuanced gaps in STEM talent.

Members included in the series:

Interested in previous webinars? See below to see what our members have presented!

March 25

In this webinar you heard from four of our members MIND Research, Discovery Education, Franklin Institute and the Museum of Science about their virtual programs.

April 8

In this webinar you heard from four of our members TGR Foundation, Tata Consultancy Services, Imagine Learning and The Actuarial Foundation about their virtual resources.

April 15

In this webinar you heard from four of our members ISS, UL – XplorLabs, Learning Blade and LabXchange about their virtual resources.

April 22

In this webinar you heard from the STEM Careers Coalition on a deep dive about the coalition. 

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