When

Thursday, May 17, 2018 from 3:30 PM to 5:45 PM EDT
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Where

Bristol Community College 
777 Elsbree Street
Building H - Margaret L. Jackson Arts Center
Fall River, MA 02720
 

 
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Contact

Kim Williams 
SE MA STEM Network/CONNECT Partnership 
 
kim.williams@connectsemass.org 
 

Partnerships Advancing STEM Education Meeting - Academic & Workforce Training - 5.17.18

Don't miss the SE MA STEM Network's Partnerships Advancing STEM Education Meeting at Bristol Community College. Join STEM stakeholders including parents, educators (PK-12/college/university) and representatives of business, government, and community organizations to gather resources, connect with potential STEM partners, share ideas, and network.

Speakers & Exhibitors: Visit exhibitors and take away resources that support your efforts, including information about work-based learning for students and educators, engaging STEM programs and activities, and business & educator partnerships. Hear from Congressman Joseph Kennedy (via Skype) and Bristol Community College President Laura Douglas about efforts at the federal, state, and local level to ensure students and working adults are prepared to be successful in the 21st Century workplace.

Exhibitors Represent Business, Education & Government: AAUW, AccuRounds, North Easton Machine, Bristol Community College – Academic Programs - STEM Initiatives and the Center for Workforce and Community Education, Cambridge Science Festival, CONNECT Partnership, Dighton Rehoboth Regional School District, Fall River Rotary Club, MA Department of Education, MA STEM Pipeline, MA Maritime Academy, Massasoit Community College, SE MA STEM Network, South Coast Educational Collaborative and many more.

Panel Presentation -  Preparing for the Modern Workplace - Developing and Maintaining Business & Education Partnerships: Panelists will illustrate how they partner with businesses, educators, and community organizations to advance STEM education and support workforce development efforts in order to prepare students and working adults to be successful in the 21st Century workplace.

Panelists Represent Business, Students, Education & Government: Bristol Community College, Dighton-Rehoboth Regional School District, Massachusetts Department of Higher Education, Primo Medical and University of Massachusetts at Dartmouth.

This event is FREE but Registration is Required.

For more information contact Katherine Honey, SE MA STEM Network Coordinator, khoney@comcast.net