Students and Business Leaders Learn From Each Other at Vancouver’s Digital Technology Expo

Big news from Vancouver, Washington. If you put 300 students in a room with a bunch of photo booths, electronic whack-a-mole games, and people from the tech industry ready to talk about job opportunities, the whack-a-mole stays silent and the tech industry folks go hoarse from engaging in multiple networking conversations with engaged STEM high […]

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Entering the Education World: Reflections of an Intern

Danny Gross is a graduate student in the University of Washington’s Communications Leadership Program. He’s currently interning with Washington STEM’s Communications Team.   Last week I joined the Washington STEM team and a ton of really talented, intelligent, and thoughtful educators, administrators, and advocates to explore STEM education around the Puget Sound. We all hopped […]

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Four Ways to Involve Women in STEM

If you want to know about how the STEM field is performing in Washington state, all you have to do is flip through the employment ads or look up at the cranes building new spaces to house tech workers in South Lake Union or sustainable energy windmills in eastern Washington. They’ll be almost 50,000 unfilled […]

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