November 2022 Newsletter: Celebrating National STEM Day

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November 2022 Newsletter

Celebrating National STEM Day

Tuesday, November 8th was National STEM Day! Thank you to everyone that celebrated with us by sharing their STEM Stories. We want to hear from everyone about their STEM journeys so please continue to tag us in your STEM posts.

The OSE believes in the power of connection, collaboration, and communication to address the critical shortfall of professionals in the fields of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. On National STEM Day and everyday we are connecting STEM programs to facilitate efficient and effective career pathways that grow the number of local STEM professionals and create balance between industry demand and available talent.

Connecting STEM Professionals

Thank you to everyone for joining us at the Omaha STEM Connect to learn more about the STEM Community Platform and our mission. We had 57 attendees at this event for business leaders to learn how to engage with the SCP and impact change in the region’s career pipeline. We appreciate all of the speakers that presented on ways they engage the SCP. To our incredible sponsors, we value the connection, collaboration and communication with each of you as we build a stronger, diverse and sustainable STEM community. We appreciate your commitment to fueling brighter futures in STEM.

Metropolitan Science and Engineering Fair

Do you want to help students get real life experience in science and engineering? Then volunteering as a judge for the Metropolitan Science and Engineering Fair might be the perfect thing for you. Volunteer judges will be needed for both Junior and Senior Division projects. The event will take place at the Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium on Wednesday, March 22, 2023. Visit the website to learn more.

STEM Community Platform

Check out the STEM Community Platform to see the new catalog of STEM offerings. We are continuously adding new programs, resources, and training opportunities for everyone and want to invite you to participate.

Join our efforts to ensure STEM excellence and innovation. Your time, talent and treasure will help move our work forward as we transform Omaha into a robust STEM community where our talent pipeline can grow.

From all of us at the Omaha STEM Ecosystem, thank you for your continued support in making STEM Learning and STEM careers a priority in the Omaha area!

Julie Sigmon, Director of the Omaha STEM Ecosystem

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