Partners Share Valuable Resources and Ideas During NeoSTEM Ecosystem Meeting
It’s Not Too Late to Add Your Resources and Ideas
Dozens of ideas and valuable resources were shared during the Oct. 6 meeting of the NeoSTEM Ecosystem.
Here’s a small sampling:
- Students in Northeast Ohio region must be able to see themselves as having careers in STEM.
- The Cleveland Natural History Museum has $300,000 in grants available for Title I teachers interested in its interactive virtual learning programs. Read more.
- Organizations interested in sharing their programs with the larger community can qualify for micro-grants and receive extensive promotion throughout the region. Learn more about Remake Learning Days and Apply for a MicroGrant.
The NeoSTEM Ecosystem is interested in what you and your organization have to offer and your thoughts about how to improve STEM learning for all in our region.
Please take a few moments and complete a brief questionnaire here.
We will use your responses to help build the action plan for the NeoSTEM Ecosystem for the coming months. And, if you’re interested, we’re happy to share relevant information with our growing audience.
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