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June 2021 Newsletter: Join Our Efforts to Ensure Five More Years of STEM Excellence & Innovation

Five years ago, the Omaha STEM Ecosystem was formed and engaged with 180 community stakeholders to address the overwhelming shortfall of current and future STEM professionals in the Greater Omaha area. Today, we are almost 1,000 community stakeholders strong and growing. As we celebrate our 5th Anniversary, we continue to…

May 2021 Newsletter: Celebrating Five Years of Building a Stronger STEM Community

The Omaha STEM Ecosystem was launched in 2016 to address the overwhelming shortfall of current and future STEM professionals in Omaha and across Nebraska. As we celebrate our 5th Anniversary in June, we remain committed to: Building a strong infrastructure and capacity to support mission impact. Advocating for programs and…

April 2021 Newsletter: Join Omaha STEM Ecosystem for Upcoming Events & Roundtables

Annual Report Highlights Our Impact The Omaha STEM Ecosystem’s 2020 Annual Report highlights our accomplishment within the sudden change from our communal workplaces and meetings to the general isolation of a virtual world. This year provided an opportunity for the Omaha STEM Ecosystem to look toward the future and strategize…

The Omaha STEM Ecosystem is Offering Free Online Resources

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KIOS Radio Interview, March 2021 Omaha STEM Ecosystem Director, Julie Sigmon, Julie Sigmon, joined Mike Hogan on the “Live & Local” program with KIOS to discuss the new STEM Community Platform and the importance of STEM education.  Listen to the Interview

Technology Platforms Elevate Access to Career, Professional Development

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Technology Platforms Elevate Access to Career, Professional Development – Midlands Business Interview, March 12, 2021 Technology has played a very important role in how individuals access educational opportunities to develop their skills. Omaha STEM Ecosystem Director, Julie Sigmon, recently shared her insights on this topic with the Midlands Business Journal….

March 2021 Newsletter: Online STEM Community Platform Makes Programs and Resources More Accessible

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Last week, the Omaha STEM Ecosystem and AIM Institute announced the launch of the free online STEM Community Platform, presented by Cox. The mission of the STEM Community Platform is to connect youth, parents, educators and professionals to an online hub of high-quality STEM programs, resources and events. The website…