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State College of Florida - Manatee-Sarasota

State College of Florida, Manatee-Sarasota, guided by measurable standards of institutional excellence, provides engaging and accessible learning environments that result in student success and community prosperity.

State College of Florida, Manatee-Sarasota is globally recognized as an innovative model of educational organization that hosts a dynamic continuum of academic and career pathways focused on student success and community responsiveness.

State of Colorado - Governor's Office of Technology

State of Colorado - Governor's Office of Technology

The Governor's Office of Information Technology (OIT) is responsible for the operation and delivery of information and communications technology (ICT) services and innovation across all Executive Branch agencies in the State of Colorado. Our mission is to increase the effectiveness of government through the use of shared information and technology.

As the enterprise provider of ICT, OIT oversees technology initiatives at the state level, recommending strategies and maximizing efficiencies of service delivery in a cost-effective manner through the application of enterprise technology solutions. Our enterprise approach also enables the agile delivery of new applications to state agencies that improve citizen access to government services while increasing accountability and transparency.

  • Christina Wujek

STEM for Her

STEM for Her, formerly known as Women in Technology Education Foundation, is a 501(c)(3) non-profit foundation, based in the Maryland, Virginia, and Washington D.C. area that promotes education to create awareness, excitement, and opportunities among girls and young women to pursue successful STEM-related careers.
 
STEM for Her is focused on championing programs and initiatives that foster enthusiasm and empower girls and young women to pursue a career in science, technology, engineering and math fields of study. The Foundation offers financial support in a variety of ways as it works towards its vision of empowering women to change the world by excelling in STEM-related careers.

 

  • Diane Griffin
Stevens Institute of Technology

Stevens Institute of Technology

Stevens Institute of Technology creates new knowledge and educates and inspires students to acquire the competencies needed to lead in scientific discovery and in the creation, application and management of technology to solve complex problems and to build new enterprises. Stevens believes that solutions to many of the critical problems that face humanity can be found in improved use and understanding of technology, and that it is the duty of the Institute to produce engineers, scientists and business leaders prepared for this challenge. Inherent in this concept is the requirement that the educational structure and research effort be multi-disciplinary and interdisciplinary. It provides researchers with the opportunity to collaborate in research efforts that cut across disciplinary boundaries and also provides the working professional with the broad educational experience that is essential in career enhancement. Stevens demonstrates its commitment through the the incorporation of Technogenesis philosophies, concepts and techniques in the classroom.

Stony Brook University

Stony Brook University - the State University of New York (SUNY)

At Stony Brook University, academic advising is an intentional, educational partnership between advisors and students. Grounded in teaching and learning and approached from a developmental perspective, good academic advising considers and respects students' diverse backgrounds, interests, and abilities, and facilitates the identification and achievement of educational, career, and life goals

Strong Ties

Strong TIES is a non-profit grassroots organization who work with community-building partners for increasing K-12 student interest in STEM careers. Strong TIES was founded in 2014 with a concept for impacting STEM through project-based and hands-on camps and working with a small team. This concept is now an annual city-wide program coined “Turn Up for STEAM” and an urban-centric STEM educational infrastructure to address the need for sustainable Out of School Time (OST) programs. As our program has grown, we have learned about the barriers that disadvantaged students face, from basic competency in core subjects to exposure to real-world needs, particularly where science and technology may assist. Many under-represented and under-served students lack the confidence, relationship building skills, and training they need to recognize the value of their ideas and potentials for STEM careers. That is why in 2017 we will launch theUrban STEM Thrive Program to support the empowerment of disadvantaged students with limited access and opportunities.

  • Loretta Cheeks

Student Research Foundation

The Student Research Foundation offers a robust clearinghouse of student-focused research to share with students, educators, parents, and other caring adults. Our goal is to offer the strongest and most relevant information about career, academic, and life pathways for students. We are privileged to share the work of the Student Research Foundation, and of other organizations whose missions align, for the benefit of students and the adults supporting them.

  • Dr. Michael Conn
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Student Veterans of America

Student Veterans of America envisions a nation where all student veterans succeed in post-secondary programs and contribute to civilian society in meaningful ways. SVA provides the resources and support to do so through six major initiatives. We maintain a commitment to Support Chapters through leadership training, grants, and networking opportunities that facilitate the development of successful student-run organizations. An essential component of chapter work is advocating for supportive campus services and programs. At the national level, SVA’s Advocacy efforts ensure policies are not only supportive for veterans in their transition to school and employment, like In-State Tuition, but also for the entire military community.

Suffolk County Community College

Suffolk County Community College

With more than 26,000 students enrolled at three campuses in Selden, Brentwood and Riverhead, Suffolk County Community College is the largest community college in New York State. They offer Associate in Arts (A.A.), Associate in Science (A.S.), and Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.) degrees and professional certificates in more than 70 programs of study. They encourage students to learn more about all of their educational opportunities, as well as their recognized athletics programs, student clubs, organizations and support services. Suffolk County Community College is committed to offering programs and services that fulfill the educational needs of the residents of Suffolk County. All of its curricula are registered by the New York State Department of Education. The college grants the two-year Associate in Arts, Associate in Science, and Associate in Applied Science degrees, as established by the Board of Regents of the State University of New York.

Sweet Briar College

Sweet Briar College

Sweet Briar's Engineering Science Program mission is to provide a technically challenging, student-centered learning environment for women that emphasizes:  interdisciplinary education in mechanical and electrical systems, design as a fundamental element of engineering, hands-on approaches and experiential learning, and engineering solutions to human problems.

Sweet Briar engineering program graduates will

1. Enter and succeed in professional engineering practice or enroll and succeed in engineering graduate degree programs. 

2. Succeed in leadership positions in industry, academia or nonprofit organizations.

3. Be committed to using engineering and technology to improve the lives of others.

 

 

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