2020--A Year of Obstacles and Opportunities
As we close 2020, it's overwhelming how our lives have been altered through the year by COVID. Our students and educators have struggled to navigate their way through these unchartered waters. STEP has been able to find creative ways to support career awareness/preparation with even greater impact through launching #workHERE mini-grants this fall. THANK YOU to our partners and donors.
our students and educators of the Twin Counties still need you! They need the support of their community! They need to see there is hope and opportunities in their future.
Please consider an end of the year donation to support the mission of STEP:
promoting career awareness of the Twin Counties
facilitating employer and education partnerships
expanding work-based learning experiences
creating seamless pathways & industry recognized credentials.
Pamela K. Gould
Give 20 in 2020!!
#workHERE Mini-Grants Expands STEM and Workforce Skills
Total amount funded: $21,150.00
Bulluck Elementary: Empowering Girls with STEM: K-5 Coding & STEM
Angie Roberts & Joseph Hayes
Stocks Elementary: STEM in the Schoolyard
Tarboro High: The Water Ice Entrepreneur
Edgecombe Early: Project 212
Brittany White & Sarah Trinidad
Nashville Elementary: STEM- Specials Class Expansion
Southern Nash Middle: STEAMing Into Art
Sharon Stroh-Cock & Rebecca Gallagher
All Middle Schools: STEM Saturdays in NCPS--Middle
Southern Nash Middle: ESL STEAM Box Project
Sharon Stroh-Cock & Xavier Haitema
Possible Impact? Immeasurable!!!
Nashville Elementary Receives #workHERE mini-grant
Marguerite Bishop excited to have her project funded: $2750.00
$3000 for Stocks Elementary School
Project funded: STEM in the Schoolyard
Water Ice Entrepreneur Project
Pam Gould surprises Reggie Bess of Tarboro High School with $3000.00.