Due to WNY STEM’s growth, the Board of Directors, with support from a nonprofit consultant, will be hiring a paid Executive Director to begin May 2017. The position had previously been filled on a volunteer basis by the President who
2015 Emerging STEM School Systems The following school systems were recognized in 2015 because they demonstrated a commitment to allocating resources, developing staff, establishing programs or identifying priorities for STEM. A team of non-school nominators across all counties suggests school
The WNY STEM Hub recognizes school systems in five counties for their commitment to enhancing science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) education and related programming. The following school systems were recognized in 2014 because they demonstrated a commitment to allocating resources,
WNY STEM convened this data report project CLICK HERE that found a gap in the regional supply of new graduates based on estimated demand in engineering technologies jobs. The local completion rate is supplying just 63.1% of the annual job
AGENDA: The program theme is “Closing the WNY STEM Skills Gap – In the Middle”. This program will feature the release of the report convened by WNY STEM on the Middle Skills STEM Gap in the region. Welcoming remarks will
JAWNY Workforce Readiness Junior Achievement of WNY (JA) is excited to announce its first summer program, “College and Career Connection,” presented by Citi Foundation. This program is FREE to students entering grades 9-12.
Thanks to funding from AT&T, WNY STEM has entered into a collaborative project with SUNY Buffalo State, Girl Scouts of WNY and other community partners to bring meaningful coding experiences to 40 urban girls entering Grades 7-12. High need urban
Name Affiliation Jessica Bain SUNY Buffalo Melodie Baker United Way of Bflo & Erie County Sarbani Banerjee SUNY Buffalo State Katie Barnum SUNY Buffalo Sharon Belton-Cottman Buffalo Public Schools Karen Benjamin World Leaders Michelle Bradley Lockport Schools Liz Callahan Bflo
The urgency for more computer science employees is accentuated by the low percentage of females who are currently employed at major technology firms (29%) and women pursuing bachelors’ degrees for computer science, just 18%. Computer Science is not strictly a workforce preparation need, it is essential for
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