STEM
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STEM

History

In 2005, former Supervisors Mark Church and Rose Jacobs Gibson established the Math and Science Workgroup and Innovation programs to promote and improve student achievement and teacher excellence in math and science employing creative strategies to engage and inspire students.  

Supervisors Carole Groom and Warren Slocum, are the Chair and Co-Chair respectively of the Math and Science Workgroup and Innovation programs currently.

The workgroup encourages collaborations between the County, cities, schools and businesses to build a strong workforce responsive to changes and demands in STEM innovation.

Our Mission

  • To prepare San Mateo County youth and young adults for Science, Technology, Engineering, Math (STEM) careers
  • To support STEM career pathways from elementary to post-secondary education
  • To develop skills associated with STEM through hand-on learning opportunities for K-12 youth
  • To address the growing demand for a strong STEM workforce in the Bay Area

Stem Program Highlights

STEM RFQ Awards 2014-15

Three proposals were awarded just over $100K for STEM Out-of-School programs.

  • Boys and Girls Club of the Peninsula: $19,330
  • Citizen Schools: $42,000
  • City of Pacifica awarded $39,681

For more information click link: Out-Of-School STEM Programs


For more information contact:  STEM Education Liaison, Josie Yu, (650) 599-5913, or email at jvyu@smcgov.org

 

What's New

 Events/Training/Job Hunting Opportunities:

Training: Trades Introduction Program, click here

Grant Release:  Math & Science Teacher Innovation (MSTI)
Click here for MSTI grants 2014
View last year's projects In-school STEM Programs 2013

Recruitments at BEL/RWC/DC/MP:

For CLP Recruitment, click here
For Stanford U. (Manpower), click here





 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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