Bridget Sevigny, Senior Engineering Manager and STEM Superstar

On May 4, 2017, Washington STEM and Tableau hosted an evening focused on supporting computer science education. Bridget Sevigny, a Senior Engineering Manager at Tableau, delivered these remarks about her support of STEM education.   My path through STEM starts before I was born.  My older sister—Elizabeth, Co-Director of the Science and Math Institute in […]

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An Insider’s Sneak Peek Into Learning Labs PT.III

Through rain, sleet, and snow we have been determined to visit and assess the Learning Labs that Governor Jay Inslee, Washington STEM,  and the Workforce Training Board identified last September. The Learning Labs program will ultimately create more work experience opportunities for young people throughout Washington. In our third round of Learning Lab site visits, we […]

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A Washington STEM Transition Announcement

Dear Friends, Partners, and Supporters,   Washington STEM has worked for the past six years to advance excellence, innovation, and equity in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) education for all Washington students.   Today we are launching into a new chapter of our growth as an organization. Our CEO for the past five years, […]

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Computer Science and Special Education

When a person talks about equity, they usually talk about race, gender, and socio-economic backgrounds, which are major issues, but when we talk about equity we need to make sure to include students with disabilities. According to the National Center of Education Statistics, 12 percent of our state’s students have a cognitive disability of some […]

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