The inaugural Cohort of 21 LEAD STEM Fellows from across 19 STEM Learning Ecosystems came together for their third in-person meeting in Washington, DC, in advance of the Community of Practice.
This dynamic group of STEM leaders is building STEM momentum which is leading to measurable outcomes for each of them individually as professionals, for their local communities through capstone projects, and through building a national network of STEM leaders determined to move the needle in STEM across the broader STEM Learning Ecosystem.
LEAD STEM Fellows shared their capstone projects with partners at the opening to the CoP. Here is a taste of the kind of awesome work they are advancing on behalf of their communities:
- VC STEM is providing early childhood teachers relevant STEM professional development across Ventura County through collaborative partnerships
- Great Lakes Bay Region is advancing computer science for all through a series of integrated strategies and partner collaboration
- NC STEM Center STEM Leadership Academy is providing inquiry-based learning through a STEM-infused curriculum for teachers K-12 to support career and college readiness
Interested in knowing more? Check out the LEAD STEM Capstone Posters here!