Shannon Nicholas

Business Wanted: Support Talent Pipeline by Hosting Teacher Extern

Ask most businessowners about their most pressing needs today and high on the list is finding employees who possess the essential skills required to be productive team members: collaboration, communication, critical thinking, and creativity. Lately, however, a new essential skill

McKinstry mentor program at JFK high school
Leslie Larocque

STEM Mentorships in Action: How McKinstry Advances Equity and Access in Schools

McKinstry, a full-service design, build, operate and maintain (DBOM) firm delivering consulting, construction, energy, and facility services, has a deep and long-standing commitment to promoting quality and equitable access to science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) education across the country.

Arickaree students in shop class
Jamie Trafficanda

Schools Partner to Bridge the Rural-Urban STEM Divide

We’ve long heard that technology will revolutionize education, dissolving barriers created by distance, inequity of opportunity, and lack of resources, and bringing the world to every student.

Teacher works with students in science lab
Madison Knapp

STEM Champions Take STEM in Colorado to a New Level

2017 was a year of tremendous growth and increased impact for STEM education in Colorado. We’re excited to bring you up to speed on our new partnerships and our 2017 accomplishments that helped to increase STEM education and experiences for

Shannon Nicholas

Transformation Through STEM in Englewood Public Schools

Over the past seven years, with little fanfare and almost entirely under the radar until recently, the 3,000-student Englewood School District has built one of the best Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) programs in Colorado.

Colorado students can now earn a STEM endorsed diploma
Heidi Ganahl

STEM in Colorado Makes Leaps and Bounds

2017 has been a landmark year for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) education in Colorado. New laws passed during this year’s legislative session combined with significant progress on initiatives already underway mean that Colorado students have richer opportunities than