STEM Pipeline Blog / September 21, 2020
STEM Passport – 2020-2021
The STEM Passport has a NEW LOOK!
ELECTRONIC PASSPORT FLIER LINK
The STEM Passport has a new look and format but continues to inform parents of local STEM-rich institutions and resources available to families! The Passport is online and ready for parents to bookmark on their smartphone. The Passport encourages participants to explore and participate in STEM events at the featured twenty STEM-rich institutions. Take pictures of your child at FIVE different events and email the images to receive a prize. Click on the link below to learn about the participating STEM-rich institution, the rules on how to register/ submit the photographs to receive a $25 gift card courtesy of MiSTEM Network, and about other family resources available to parents.
LINK to the STEM PASSPORT:
STEM for All
The Great Lakes Bay Region (GLBR) is committed to developing the workforce, particularly in the areas of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM). As part of the GLBR STEM Impact Initiative and national STEM Learning Ecosystems project, the Alliance is focused on STEM learning quality and opportunities both in-school and out-of-school.
Recognizing that some children do not have equal access to STEM assets, the Out-of-School Time Network convened a STEM Access/Equity Committee to identify and implement strategies to mitigate access & equity issues.
For more information on passports, contact:.
Rich Van Tol, GLBR OST STEM Network Leader
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