Statewide nonprofit Washington STEM conducts a statewide survey every other year to determine support from Washington voters for issues surrounding STEM education. During this webinar, you’ll hear about the reasons behind the poll, steps Washington STEM took to partner with a contractor to develop questions and carry out the poll, and applications for poll results.
Join us to find out how your organization can have solid stats to communicate like “94 percent of Washington voters believe every child should have access to a high-quality science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) education in the state’s K-12 public schools.”
Gillia Bakie is the Foundation Giving Manager at Washington STEM, where she oversees relationship building and grant-seeking with private philanthropic organizations to fund Washington STEM’s mission that every student leave school Future Ready.
Jesse Gilliam serves as Washington STEM’s Communications Director, where he is responsible for internal and external communications strategy and implementation and supporting Washington STEM’s policy and advocacy efforts. Jesse brings over 15 years of nonprofit and government experience to his work at Washington STEM. The thread that connects all of his work is a commitment to advance social justice. Jesse believes access to quality education is key to increasing equity in our communities.
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About these webinars
Every month, we organize an opportunity for STEM organizations to learn from each other. Past webinars have covered STEM school design, teacher training, and engaging industry in STEM partnerships. This service is offered thanks to the membership of more than 20 states and territories in the national STEMx network.
STEMx members are encouraged to forward this invitation to others in their state who would find the information useful.
You can sign up to hear about our webinars along with our weekly blog posts here: www.stemx.us/sign-up