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Q&A with Kimberly Lawrence, Notable Woman in STEM
Kimberly Lawrence is a Water Engineer at Jacobs and a Washington STEM Notable Woman in STEM. Kimberly is a community builder, and advocate for women in STEM, and is working to make the world a better place through engineering. Read More
A reflection on my last six months at Washington STEM
"It’s been rewarding to see that I can start making a difference and working for underserved communities so early into my career and I can’t wait to continue doing so in the next phase of my journey! Read More
Tacoma STEAM Network & West Sound STEM Network Partner for Pierce County Regional Apprenticeship Summit
“If we do nothing else with apprenticeships in Washington, we need to do what?” Read More
Reflections from our Super Youth Advocates: Gabriella Tosado
As a science graduate student, you are usually expected to keep your nose in your lab, produce good work, graduate, and move on to the big world of academia. However, over the past year as a STEM Super Youth Advocate, I have been able to integrate science, education, and civil engagement and am lucky that my department has allowed me to go outside those traditional academic boundaries.   Read More
Washington STEM and Jobs for the Future develop a policy guide for Career Connected Learning
Career connected learning has the potential to create meaningful and powerful connections between what’s learned in the classroom and the skills needed to thrive in any given industry. Read More
Zeno Summer Institute: Creating Opportunity for Families of Color
The themes of healing, community support, and cultural inclusion echoed throughout the third annual Zeno Summer Institute, hosted by Zeno, where educators, caregivers, and advocates gathered for two days to learn how to better support families of color in providing foundational math experiences for early learners. Read More