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Play Works Studio is Crowdfunding a Robot Bee Game

This is a press release from Play Works Studio

Seattle, WA, 09/02/2014 | Play Works Studio is proud to announce RoBees, a fun robotics game about bees created to get kids, especially girls, excited about STEM. It is designed to teach girls and boys ages 6-10 the basics of programing. Players learn important STEM skills like logical reasoning, procedural thinking, spatial reasoning and probabilistic reasoning, and they learn them in the context of solving problems collaboratively. 
The company built and play tested the prototypes thanks to a grant from the National Science Foundation. Now the engineers need to redesign the prototypes to make them more affordable and the gameplay needs to be crafted during the remainder of the research and development phase. Play Works Studio is running a Kickstarter campaign from September 16th to October 21th. Backers will be on the special pre-order list and be the first to purchase a complete game set as well as receive special collectable items that are only available to campaign backers. 
The CEO and founder of Play Works Studio, Adriana Moscatelli, says that the RoBees project embraces "the philosophy of the maker community which is about design and engineering and producing products that people want and serve a societal purpose as opposed to producing more products that are for consumption only.” 
Check out Play Works Studio’s website and promotional video for more information!

AREVA Inc.: What We Did This Summer: STEM Outreach in Charlotte

This is a guest blog post from AREVA, Inc. that originally appeared on

September 2, 2014 | AREVA Inc. employees at our North American headquarters in Charlotte, N.C. have been busy this summer sharing their passion for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) careers with local students, educators and their own families.
Igniting interest in and providing opportunities to develop STEM career paths is critical to the success of AREVA and the energy industry. Right now:
  • 40 percent of workers in the nuclear industry are eligible to retire
  • Less than 16 percent of bachelor degrees awarded are in STEM fields
  • Nationwide, 75 million Baby Boomers are nearing retirement
  • Only 30 million Gen X-ers are available to fill the open roles when Baby Boomers leave the workforce
AREVA, in Charlotte and beyond, is committed to securing the future of safe, clean and reliable nuclear energy by developing a pipeline of talent through STEM outreach.
July: Scholarships and presentations to Project Scientist
In July, AREVA Inc. sponsored three students for the Project Scientist summer camp geared toward girls ages 4-16. As a “STEM SuperStar,” Mechanical Engineer Rebecca Jetton spoke to two different groups of campers about nuclear power and how nuclear fission is used to produce electricity.
“It was rewarding to see young girls excited to learn more about the world around them and how things work,” said Rebecca. “I was impressed that even at a young age, the girls were truly interested in soaking up as much information as possible. I was especially fascinated by the intelligent questions that they asked. This camp is a great opportunity for them to have fun with hands on activities and interact with role models from a variety of industries while learning about science and engineering.”
Aug. 4 and 6: Teachers go back to school with STEMersion 2014
AREVA welcomed nearly 40 STEM teachers to its North American headquarters as part of STEMersion 2014. The two-day AREVA portion of the STEMersion professional development program included teachers from 29 middle and high schools in the Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools system. These teachers visited AREVA offices in Charlotte on Aug. 4 and Aug. 6 to learn from AREVA senior executives, hiring managers, and employees about STEM influence on the company’s day-to-day operations.
Find out more about STEMersion.
Aug. 14: STEM in the Family: AREVA Women in Nuclear organize “Bring Your Girls to Work” Day
The AREVA Charlotte Women in Nuclear (WIN) hosted nearly 25 girls in grades 2nd – 9th for the first “Bring Your Girls to Work Day” at the AREVA North American headquarters.. Employees were invited to bring their daughters, granddaughters, nieces, and sisters to participate in creative and challenging activities set to pique the girls’ interest in STEM subjects and careers.
WIN, with the support of the AREVA Charlotte North American Young Generation in Nuclear (NAYGN), led the girls in activities focused on art, math, observation and critical thinking, team building, innovation, and self-confidence. The organizations recognize the importance of engaging K-12 students in STEM subjects and demonstrating how these core competencies translate from the classroom into real-world applications and careers.
“STEM is vital to the success of our children and our company and whenever we can, we like to take the opportunity to get students excited about these subjects in fun and creative ways,” said Kathy Williams, chief financial officer at AREVA Inc. “We rely on organizations like WIN and NAYGN to focus especially on STEM outreach to young girls who, statistically, tend to lose interest in these subjects by age 8.”
Jennifer, a 5th grader and the daughter of one of our employees, shared some of her thoughts about the day stating, “I especially liked the LEGO® game. It was not only fun but taught me if you put things in order you can get things done faster. I [also] liked meeting new people and making new friends.”
In addition to our outreach activities in Charlotte, the Sweet Briar College “Explore Engineering” program visited our Technical Training Center in Lynchburg, Va., in July.



Caterpillar Foundation Invests $75,000 with SAE Foundation in Support of A World In Motion (PRWEB)

This is a PRWEB press release from the Caterpillar Foundation and the SAE Foundation

SAE International’s award-winning A World In Motion® (AWIM) program, provides high-quality science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education programming to students in grades K-8. The Caterpillar Foundation is investing $75,000 with the SAE Foundation for this program.

WARRENDALE, Pa. (PRWEB) September 03, 2014 | The decline of students enrolling in science and technology programs is threatening the country’s ability to meet future workforce demands and present repercussions that will be felt for generations to come. SAE International’s award-winning A World In Motion® (AWIM) program, provides high-quality science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education programming to students in grades K-8. The Caterpillar Foundation is investing $75,000 with the SAE Foundation for this program.

The Caterpillar Foundation’s investment will help inspire and educate nearly 2,000 elementary and middle school students in Caterpillar communities, teaching them critical math and science concepts in a hands-on, interactive program while exposing them to the possibilities that exist in STEM-related careers. “Quality STEM education not only, teaches students the “hows” and “whys” of the way things work, but also the essential “soft-skills” of solving complex problems, communicating clearly, raising questions, assimilating information and working cooperatively toward common goals. We are grateful to the Caterpillar Foundation for its support of critically important STEM programs such as AWIM,” commented Lori Gatmaitan, Director, SAE Foundation.  
Over the last 24 years AWIM has reached over four million students in all 50 states and Canadian provinces and territories. More than 25,000 engineers, scientists and technology professionals have volunteered in partnership with the AWIM program.
About the Caterpillar Foundation
Caterpillar Inc. supports the philanthropic efforts of the Caterpillar Foundation. Founded in 1952, the Caterpillar Foundation has contributed more than $550 million to help make sustainable progress possible around the world by providing program support in the areas of environmental sustainability, access to education and basic human needs. To learn more about the global impact of the Caterpillar Foundation, please visit
About the SAE Foundation 
The SAE Foundation is the charitable arm of SAE International that strives to encourage and increase student participation and achievement in science, technology, engineering and math through educational programs, including A World In Motion® and the Collegiate Design Series™. SAE International is a global association of more than 145,000 engineers and related technical experts in the aerospace, automotive and commercial-vehicle industries. SAE International's core competencies are life-long learning and voluntary consensus standards development. To learn more, visit
About AWIM 
SAE International's A World In Motion® (AWIM) is a teacher-administered, industry volunteer-assisted program that brings science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education to life in the classroom for students in kindergarten through grade 12. Benchmarked to the national standards, AWIM incorporates the laws of physics, motion, flight and electronics into age-appropriate hands on activities that reinforce classroom STEM curriculum. To learn more about AWIM, visit

AZ 'Get Into Energy' Consortium Launches Cybersecurity Degree Information Technology and Power Systems Security Program Offered at Estrella Mountain Community College

This is a PRWEB press release from Estrella Mountain Community College

The Arizona Sun Corridor-Get Into Energy Consortium (ASC-GIEC), which received a $13.5 million Department of Labor (DOL) grant to advance the training and development of a workforce pipeline for the energy industry, is creating an energy-related cybersecurity program through Estrella Mountain Community College (EMCC), the consortium’s lead institution.

Avondale, AZ (PRWEB) August 30, 2014 | The demand is increasing for highly trained technicians to protect against and minimize threats to cybersecurity. To help reduce this critical workforce shortage, the Arizona Sun Corridor-Get Into Energy Consortium (ASC-GIEC), which received a $13.5 million Department of Labor (DOL) grant to advance the training and development of a workforce pipeline for the energy industry, is creating an energy-related cybersecurity program through Estrella Mountain Community College (EMCC), the consortium’s lead institution.

This fall 2014 semester, the consortium launched its new Information Technology and Power Systems Security (IT-PSS) program, with courses offered at EMCC in Avondale. The program will uniquely focus on the power and energy industry, offering nationally recognized curriculum and credentials leading to an associate of applied science (A.A.S.) degree and career readiness pathway.
The curriculum is founded on the principles of the DOL, Employment and Training Administration’s (ETA) Cybersecurity Competency Model, which was modified by the consortium with input from an industry advisory council. As students progress through the pathway, their coursework will prepare them to challenge a variety of IT security industry certification exams.
Dr. Rufus Glasper, Chancellor of the Maricopa Community College District, is a member of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security Academic Advisory Council Subcommittee on Cybersecurity, a federal group that has vetted the college’s new IT career pathway.
“The EMCC program has created a career preparedness track that could set a new standard for community college education models, similar to the success of the ASC-GIEC technician programs,” said Dr. Glasper.
The advisory council supporting the program is comprised of industry representatives from across the cybersecurity sector, including FBI Cyber Operations Unit (Phoenix Field Office), Association for Computing Machinery, Arizona Counter Terrorism Intelligence Center, Arizona Public Service, Palo Verde Nuclear Generating Station, Arizona Department of Homeland Security, Arizona Cyber Threat Response Alliance, Arizona InfraGard and American Express.
Michael Echols, Chief Information Security Officer for Maricopa County, played a major role in the development of the curriculum, and is an adjunct faculty member at EMCC. According to Echols, malware is one of several risks to the nation’s power grid and it is estimated that 75 percent of malware is not initially detected by traditional signature-based technologies.
“This represents a serious risk to the grid, because malware is often used to bypass firewalls and network-based controls, which may result in unauthorized access to IT power systems,” said Echols. “Students in this program can expect to gain an understanding of these risks and how they can be reduced through the implementation of security controls.”
According to Dr. Clay Goodman, Vice President of Occupational Education at EMCC and Director of the ASC-GIEC, the program began as a request from the industry partners.
“The program was created as a career pathway to expand employment opportunities across multiple industries with common, stackable credentials.” said Goodman. “It is a perfect complement to EMCC’s Power Plant Technology degree, and offers a lot of potential for people of all backgrounds, including young and re-careering students.”
EMCC’s energy and cybersecurity programs will continue to develop as a recent beneficiary of the Arizona STEM legislation ARS 15-1464, providing $1.4 million to Maricopa Community College STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) programs. The $400,000 allocated to EMCC will help purchase equipment and provide virtual learning spaces for the new courses.
The IT-PSS program will be featured at the first annual Arizona Get Into Energy Education Expo on October 24 and 25 at the Arizona Science Center in downtown Phoenix. The Expo will be a fun, interactive event highlighting the careers available in energy and related industries. On October 24, the event will be limited to registered high schools from across the state, but October 25 will be free and open to the public from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
The Saturday event will invite veterans, Trade Adjustment Assistance (TAA)-eligible job seekers, and all career-transitioning adults to consider the opportunities in these growing fields offer. Additional event information can be found at
Estrella Mountain Community College offers academic courses leading to associate degrees, university transfer, certificates and short-term job training to more than 14,000 students annually. The flagship campus is located on Thomas and Dysart Roads in Avondale and is home to the SouthWest Skill Center. The satellite campus, EMCC’s Buckeye Educational Center, is located in downtown Buckeye. Estrella Mountain is one of ten colleges in the Maricopa County Community College District, one of the largest community college districts in the nation.

Registration Opens for 2014-2015 Future City Competition

This is a press release from Carnegie Science Center and DiscoverE

Carnegie Science Center Invites Sixth, Seventh, and Eighth Graders To Explore Urban Agriculture

Pittsburgh, Aug. 29, 2014 | Carnegie Science Center is now accepting registrations for middle-school teams to compete in the 2014-2015 Future City® Competition, a program of DiscoverE. Future City is a national, project-based learning experience in which students in 6th, 7th, and 8th grade imagine, design, and build cities of the future. For the region comprising western Pennsylvania and West Virginia, Carnegie Science Center manages the competition as a program of its Chevron Center for STEM Education and Career Development.
Each year, the competition asks the students to focus on a theme. This year’s theme, Feeding Future Cities, encourages students to explore today’s urban agriculture – from aeroponic systems for rooftop farms to recycled gray water to the sustainability-driven farm-to-table movement – and to develop a futuristic solution to growing crops within the confines of their city. Many experts now predict that, in the coming decades, the Earth’s arable land will no longer be sufficient to produce enough food for the planet’s growing population. At the same time, nearly all of the world’s population growth between now and 2030 will be concentrated in urban areas. With these two critical concerns converging, farming in and around cities will be essential to feeding the world’s population. The urban agriculture movement is one of the most important solutions to the urgent effort to ensure that the global community has access to fresh, affordable and healthy food.
Working in a team with an educator and engineer mentor, students are challenged to design a virtual city using SimCity™ software. They will research today’s urban farms and write an essay describing their solution to feeding their citizens. Students then will bring their ideas to life by building a tabletop scale model of their city using recycled materials on a budget of $100 or less and will write a brief narrative promoting their city. The Pittsburgh regional teams will present their ideas before judges at Carnegie Music Hall in Oakland on Saturday, Jan. 17, 2015. The winner will compete with winners of 36 other regional competitions at the National Finals in Washington, DC, in February. Major funding for the National Finals comes from Shell Oil Company, Bentley Systems and Bechtel Corporation.
“It’s always exciting to see how young kids envision the future,” said Lisa Kosick, who coordinates Carnegie Science Center’s regional competition. “Teachers always tell us that the students learn so much about teamwork and problem-solving, and they get so absorbed in their months-long projects. Students tell us they have a lot of fun! We think that Future City is a fantastic way to introduce kids to some pretty sophisticated engineering concepts, and to get them thinking about possible careers in engineering and other STEM fields.” Last school year, 40 schools participated, and even more participants are anticipated for the upcoming competition.
Nationally, more than 40,000 students, representing 1,350 schools, take part each year in the Future City® Competition. The deadline for schools to register is October 15, 2014. Schools may register today or learn more at Students, teachers, and prospective volunteers are urged to visit the Facebook page for more information and updates on the Future City® Competition.
About Carnegie Science Center
Carnegie Science Center is dedicated to inspiring learning and curiosity by connecting science and technology with everyday life. By making science both relevant and fun, the Science Center’s goal is to increase science literacy in the region and motivate young people to seek careers in science and technology. One of the four Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh, the Science Center is Pittsburgh’s premier science exploration destination, reaching more than 700,000 people annually through its hands-on exhibits, camps, classes, and off-site education programs.
About Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh
Founded by Andrew Carnegie in 1895, Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh is a collection of four distinctive museums dedicated to exploration through art and science: Carnegie Museum of Art, Carnegie Museum of Natural History, Carnegie Science Center, and The Andy Warhol Museum. Annually, the museums reach more than 1.2 million people through exhibitions, educational programs, outreach activities, and special events.
About DiscoverE
The mission of DiscoverE is to sustain and grow a dynamic engineering profession through outreach, education, celebration and volunteerism. DiscoverE supports a network of thousands of volunteers in its partner coalition of more than 100 professional societies, major corporations and government agencies. Together we meet a vital need: introducing students, parents, and educators to engineering, engaging them in hands-on engineering experiences and making science and math relevant. For more information, visit

Chevron Expands Fuel Your School Program to Help Fund Classroom Projects

This is a press release from Chevron

Up to $8.6 million will be generated through an innovative collaboration with Chevron and to help support public school teachers and students in 22 U.S. communities

SAN RAMON, Calif. -- (BUSINESS WIRE) | Chevron U.S.A. Inc. (NYSE:CVX) today announced the launch and expansion of the 2014 Fuel Your School program, an innovative collaboration with, an online organization that makes it easy for anyone to help students in need. In 2014, the Fuel Your School Program will generate up to $8.6 million in classroom supply funding for educators in 22 U.S. communities in 14 states where Chevron operates, with the help of local Chevron and Texaco marketers in 6 markets.

Beginning Sept. 1, 2014, public school teachers from participating communities are invited to post eligible classroom projects at From Oct. 1 through Oct. 31, 2014, the Fuel Your School program will donate $1 to help fund eligible classroom projects when consumers purchase eight or more gallons of fuel at participating Chevron or Texaco stations, up to a total of $8.6 million.
“Education is a building block to promote economic development and bright futures for young people,” said Dale Walsh, president of Chevron Americas Products. “Chevron is proud to expand this successful program to continue to strengthen educational opportunities in the communities where we operate.”
Since its 2010 inception, Fuel Your School has helped fund more than 17,000 classroom projects at 3,200 K-12 public schools as project funding has increased annually from up to $1 million in 2010 to up to $8.6 million for the 2014 program. The majority of project requests and funding to date have helped support science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education.
“We’re excited to expand our collaboration with Chevron and help provide our nation’s teachers and students with the classroom supplies needed to help foster an innovative and dynamic learning environment,” said Charles Best, founder and CEO of “The Fuel Your School program makes it easy for educators, parents, community members and businesses to work together to provide students with the classroom supplies they need to facilitate hands-on learning opportunities.”
Fuel Your School is one of the many programs Chevron supports to increase learning opportunities for students and support the social and economic vitality of communities. In the U.S., over the last three years, Chevron’s total investment in education was more than $100 million, focused primarily on STEM educational initiatives.
For a full list of participating communities in the 2014 Fuel Your School program and to track progress, please visit
Chevron Corporation is one of the world's leading integrated energy companies, with subsidiaries that conduct business worldwide. The company's success is driven by the ingenuity and commitment of its employees and their application of the most innovative technologies in the world. Chevron is involved in virtually every facet of the energy industry. The company explores for, produces and transports crude oil and natural gas; refines, markets and distributes transportation fuels and other energy products; manufactures and sells petrochemical products; generates power and produces geothermal energy; provides energy efficiency solutions; and develops the energy resources of the future, including biofuels. Chevron is based in San Ramon, Calif. More information about Chevron is available at
Founded in 2000, is an online charity that makes it easy for anyone to help students in need. Public school teachers from every corner of America post requests, and individuals can give directly to the ones that inspire them. To date, 250,000 public and charter school teachers have used to secure $184 million in books, art supplies, technology, and other resources that their students need to learn.
Visit to hear Oprah Winfrey and Stephen Colbert tell the story.

University of Detroit Jesuit High School & Academy Robotics Program receives $17,000 from W.K. Kellogg Foundation

This is a press release from the University of Detroit Jesuit High School & Academy

The W. K. Kellogg Foundation has awarded a $17,000 grant to the University of Detroit Jesuit High School & Academy’s Robotics and Pre-Engineering Program for the 2014-2015 school year. The grant will be used to fund the hands-on robotics program where teams from grades 7-12 compete in FIRST Robotics competitions to enhance science, technology, engineering, mathematics (STEM) and mentoring skills of young men. Seniors from U of D Jesuit will coach and mentor U of D Jesuit 7th & 8th graders as well as Detroit elementary school boys and girls from Christ the King Elementary and Gesu Elementary to compete in FIRST Lego League competitions throughout Metro Detroit.
“In designing, programming, building and operating their robots, our students apply the concepts they learn in textbooks in a collaborative, team-oriented project to solve complex problems.” said Karl J. Kiser, S.J. President.  “Robotics provides the educational challenge students will need to be successful in bridging the STEM gap which exists in our country.  We are pleased that the Kellogg Foundation supports U of D Jesuit as we educate our nation’s next generation of STEM leaders.”
The future demand of STEM ready employees is one of the initiatives set by Michigan Governor Rick Snyder and thanks to the Kellogg Foundation, U of D Jesuit’s Robotics and Pre-Engineering program is meeting the call.

ASSET STEM Education™ Launches STEM Scholarship Program in Celebration of 20th Anniversary

This is a press release from ASSET

PITTSBURGH | ASSET STEM Education today announced the launch of a new STEM Scholarship Program in honor of the organization’s 20th anniversary. ASSET, a Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) education improvement nonprofit, provides educators in all learning environments with effective professional development and hands-on classroom materials. The STEM Scholarship Program was recently awarded a $50,000 matching grant from The Hillman Foundation. The overall goal for the program for the 2014-15 school year is $200,000. Initial sponsors include Bayer, Dollar Bank Foundation and Westinghouse.
Budget constraints have forced a growing number of schools and organizations to eliminate or reduce their STEM education programs. In an effort to continue providing high-quality STEM education opportunities for all students, especially those in underfunded schools, ASSET has established the Scholarship Program. Funds raised through the program will help:
  • Provide classroom materials and/or educator professional development to high-needs, underfunded schools
  • Increase the number of students participating in hands-on STEM learning
  • Enhance educators’ effective instructional practices\
“At ASSET, our focus is on directly impacting teachers and students,” said Dr. Cynthia Pulkowski, Executive Director. “Establishing the STEM Scholarship Program is the perfect way to celebrate our 20th anniversary because the program is representative of our mission — advancing teaching and learning to engage, inspire and empower all students.”
Any Pre-K-12 school district or education organization may apply for a scholarship. The first-round application deadline is September 15, 2014. Applications and scholarships will be reviewed and awarded as received. Priority will be given to organizations with a high percentage of students on free/reduced lunch, high levels of diversity and low proficiency on state assessments.
To apply or donate to ASSET’s STEM Scholarship Program, visit  

ASU Higher Education Maker Summit

(This is a guest blog post from Arizona State University)
You're Invited to the ASU Higher Education Maker Summit!
October 23 - 24, 2014
On behalf of Arizona State University (ASU), President Michael M. Crow invites you to the ASU Higher Education Maker Summit. Join leaders from renowned institutions of higher education, acclaimed innovators and pioneers in the maker movement for this two-day discussion on the future of making in higher education. The event features a combination of breakout sessions, skill-building workshops and networking events, as well as multiple keynote speakers that include makers such as Dale Dougherty, founder and CEO of Maker Media, Inc.; Mark Hatch, co-founder and CEO of TechShop; and many others.

Thursday, Oct. 23 - Friday, Oct. 24
With optional mixer events on the evenings of Oct. 22 and 23 
The ASU Chandler Innovation Center
249 E. Chicago Street, Chandler, AZ 85225 [map]

Limited Time Discount 
Register online by 5 a.m. (PST), Friday, Aug. 29 for 25% off the $195 registration fee (includes continental breakfast and lunch for both conference days). No discount code necessary. Space is limited, so please register as soon as possible.

The registration deadline for this conference is Friday, October 3.

A limited number of rooms are available at the Crowne Plaza San Marcos Golf Resort at a discounted rate of $109/night (plus applicable taxes and fees). To book your reservation with the discounted rate, book your reservation online using discount code B1Q. Discounted rates are available until September 22.

Interested in speaking at the ASU Higher Education Maker Summit? We have a limited number of speaking spaces available; to inquire, complete our online form.
If you have any questions or need additional information, please visit or contact

International Association for STEM Leaders (IASL) Joins Forces with Uma Gupta's STEM-SMART

This is a press release from the International Association for STEM Leaders

On June 12, 2014, Millwood Virginia-based, International Association for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) Leaders successfully joined forces with STEM-SMART, led by Executive Director & Founder, Dr. Uma G. Gupta.

STEM-SMART is an online education and mentoring community that connects U.S. high school and college students with U.S colleges and universities that offer STEM programs and employers that hire STEM talent. Their goal is to help students, parents, and potential employees learn about STEM education and degree programs, internships, and careers from trusted experts.

The International Association for STEM Leaders is globally recognized for creating a "golden standard" for STEM excellence in traditional and non-traditional educational settings for all Pre-kindergarten through adult students.  In collaboration with global STEM leaders, the IASL will provide guidance for implementing excellent STEM programming and develop a STEM framework that is industry-based and globally recognized.  In the coming months, IASL will host regional events to continue its recognition of exceptional leadership, through awards and to focus its outreach activities around regional education and economic development issues.  
The IASL is excited over this new partnership and the wonderful opportunity to further benefit the entire STEM community. Other partners of IASL, include the USA Science and Engineering Festival, hosting the world’s largest STEM event which took place in Washington, D.C., April of 2014, STEMconnector, the leading one-stop shop for STEM information, Diversified Education Systems (DES), a leader in “turn key” laboratories including: casework, equipment, curriculum, training and support, Root Cause and Pitsco Education. On the online side of STEM, Learning Blade and Career ATG offer career and STEM awareness, exposure and training to students. Finally, Concept Schools, a charter school Management Company and Vista Teach an early elementary robotics and engineering education company.


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