SW Washington STEM Learning Network

Activity Update for the Week of 12/14 - 12/18

Creating and Expanding Worksite Learning Legislative Update

This week we finished up the draft of our legislation to Create and Expand Instructional Worksite Learning. Representative Pike has requested the blue sheet. Our WSL work group is in the process of connecting to our local representatives as well the League of Education Voters and State CTE staff to secure support and endorsement of our legislation.

SW Washington STEM Learning Network Metrics

This week we have been working on defining and displaying our STEM Dashboard. SWWWDC is in the process of developing our STEM Workforce Metrics. We are working to align our metrics with Washington STEM metrics and the Governor's STEM Dashboard that is also in development.

2016 Camas STEM Girls Event

Saturday, Jan. 23rd 2016 at 9am-1:30pm

26900 Southeast 15th Street

Camas, WA

Engaging young females in the possibilities of a career in a STEM field. This year the event is limited to Camas students but we plan to make this a regional event next year.

COLLEGE GOAL WASHINGTON

Saturday, Jan. 23rd 2016 at 1pm

14204 Northeast Salmon Creek Avenue

Vancouver, WA

AP Connect

Saturday, Jan. 30th 2016 at 10:30am-12:30pm

14204 Northeast Salmon Creek Avenue

Vancouver, WA

SW Washington Science and Engineering Fair

Saturday, Feb. 27th 2016 at 1:30-4pm

Camas, WA, United States

Camas, WA

The SW Washington Science and Engineering Fair (SWSEF) is affiliated with the Washington Science and Engineering Fair (WSEF) and the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF), the world’s largest international pre college science competition. ISEF is a program of Society for Science and the Public. The goals of SWSEF is to encourage student involvement in real research and problem solving as well provide an opportunity for students to discuss science and engineering with professionals and a chance to win over $25 million in scholarships and prizes.