At the STEM Alliance we understand that future growth in Central Florida will be largely driven by technology and the area's ability to provide the most qualified workforce. Today, only 20% percent of degrees awarded in Central Florida are STEM-based, a number that places us below national averages. To meet these workforce demands, the Alliance believes that unified efforts are required that depend on a strong partnership between Education, Industry and the Government/Nonprofit sector.
Through meaningful collaboration, our organization creates programming with measurable results. We are eager to partner with local entities interested in Central Florida's STEM offerings and the implications they hold for tomorrow's skilled workforce. Please take a moment to find out how you can get involved with out organization's work today.
With the STEM Alliance, industry professionals have the opportunity to give back to their community through meaningful outreach. Whether you're interested in inspiring tomorrow's generation of STEM leaders or acting as a valuable resource for Central Florida's educator, the STEM Alliance gives local STEM professionals the ability to make a difference with their work.
If you are a professional in a STEM field looking to give back to your community and support the next generation of STEM professionals, please contact us to learn how you can get involved.
Industry and Community leaders' roles in the Alliance are twofold. Both provide vital resources, through funding and area expertise, to support STEM programs and classroom needs. Additionally, both industry and community leaders provide essential economic insights that allow us to create impactful programming designed to inspire students towards STEM oriented Central Florida careers.
If you are a STEM industry leader, work in an area of our local government, or support a non-profit with a similar missions, please contact us to learn how you can get involved.
The STEM Alliance relies on the Central Florida school districts and the Florida Department of Education updated STEM education needs and priorities. We work extensively with the STEM and Career and Technical education leaders in member school districts to ensure our programming promotes excellence in STEM education while promoting college and career readiness.
If you are a teacher, STEM coordinator, or district leader and would like to learn more about our programs, please contact us to learn how you can get involved.