How can you get students excited about STEM, improve their skills and prepare them for the workforce? Join education and industry leaders for a lively, interactive discussion on bridging the gap between association partner relationships and students’ STEM skills. SmartBrief Education presents its inaugural STEM Pathways Roundtable Discussion, an event series exploring the real-world ways in which education and industry can work together to improve students’ STEM skills and guide them to careers in STEM fields. Join us for this groundbreaking new event series.
STEM Pathways Roundtable #1: Association Leadership Roles
October 23, 2014, 10 AM – 12 PM
SmartBrief Headquarters, 555 11th St. NW, Suite 600, Washington, D.C., 20004
The event is free to attend but space is limited. Register today to secure your spot.
Panelists will lead a lively, interactive discussion on how associations can take a leadership role in developing and promoting STEM programs that help fill workforce needs, the challenges to these types of STEM programs, and how industry and education can come together to solve these problems. Panelists include:
- Josh Thomases, Dean of Innovation, Policy and Research, Bank Street College of Education;
- LeAnn Wilson, Executive Director, Association for Career and Technical Education (ACTE);
- Kim Tobey, Executive Director, National Association of Community College Teachers Education Programs
- and Sabari Raja, CEO, Nepris.
Who Should Attend?
K-20 administrators, executives and industry professionals concerned about STEM skills in the classroom.