Coalitions should have bold ambitions to grow quality Stem mentorship experiences—especially for girls, students from low-income families, and underrepresented students of color.
Developing a workforce that’s equipped to tackle tomorrow’s challenges requires a new type of hands-on learning that emphasizes experimentation and new ways of thinking and doing.
While context, resources, and organizations differ from place to place, the will to collaborate does not. Each coalition’s vision can be achieved by mobilizing local ambition, knowledge, and networks to reach students.
All collaborations require financial resources to sustain momentum. Having a sound financial plan ensures students are reached and continue to be served in the future.