FINANCIAL TRANSPARENCY IS KEY TO SUCCESSFUL COLLABORATION AND TO BUILDING LONG-TERM RELATIONSHIPS
In 2018, Washington STEM and our regional STEM Networks laid out our bold vision for impact in Washington – by 2030, 70 percent of Washington youth will earn credentials by age 26, and the number of students of color, students from low income and rural families, and young women who are on track to earn high-demand credentials and thrive in our innovation economy will triple.
In 2017, Washington STEM and our regional STEM Networks strengthened policy, program, and practice in the key areas of career pathways and early math – critical junctures where our applied resources have the biggest impact on student lives.
In 2016 Washington STEM scaled our efforts up to develop impactful policies, strong partnerships, and innovative programs across four crucial program areas: engineering & science, career connected learning, computer science, and early math.
This year marked our five year anniversary. We’ve got big goals ahead to support Washington residents on the road to success.