January 2022 Newsletter: Making 2022 the Best Year for STEM

Making 2022 the Best Year for STEM Happy New Year! In 2022 as we look for STEM influencers, we would like to thank all of our founders for helping us to provide high quality programs to Omaha youth. We would not be where we are today without the continued support…

Annual Impact Report 2021

It was a busy year for the Omaha STEM Ecosystem. See what we’ve been up to this past year with our Annual Impact Report: STEM Annual Report 2017_Final_spreads (2)

November 2021 Newsletter: Building a STEM Community Through Communication, Collaboration and Connection

Building a STEM community Through Communication, Collaboration and Connection Thank You for Attending the Last Virtual Roundtable Discussion As we close this series of Roundtable discussions for 2021, we thank everyone that participated in the discussions.  Each of these Roundtable events allowed our community members an opportunity to build a…

October 2021 Newsletter: Connect with Our Online STEM Community

Connect with Our Online STEM Community    Get Social with the Omaha STEM Ecosystem Do you want to be a part of the larger STEM conversation in our community? The Omaha STEM Ecosystem’s goal is to connect, communicate and collaborate with our greater STEM community. You can join the conversation…

Omaha STEM Ecosystem and AIM Institute Launch New STEM Community Platform

Omaha STEM Ecosystem and AIM Institute Launch New STEM Community Platform Free Online STEM Resource Hub to Help Create Vibrant STEM Community in Omaha  Omaha, Neb. (March 1, 2021) – The Omaha STEM Ecosystem and AIM Institute announced the launch of the online STEM Community Platform, presented by Cox. The…

Omaha STEM Ecosystem Working To Connect People With Technology Resources

Omaha STEM Ecosystem Director, Julie Sigmon, was interviewed by NET Nebraska on how the COVID-19 pandemic is impacting work and education.

Built on connecting with partners, Omaha STEM Ecosystem stakeholder base surges

The need for STEM talent in the region has increased 31% over the last decade. Omaha STEM Ecosystem is a collective impact organization that works to change systems and unite stakeholders for a common goal of closing the STEM talent gap. View the full article in the Midlands Business Journal….

Learning opportunities and career development are critical for local ecosystem

Local organizations say education and career development is an ongoing progress. Julie Sigmon, director of Omaha STEM Ecosystem, said the most significant trend in the industry right now is that business and education are collaborating to ensure Omaha remains a vibrant community of innovation. View the full article in the…

Omaha STEM Ecosystem offers online resources for families

The Omaha STEM Ecosystem has provided a resource list with online links that families can use that can help with productivity and connection, especially in relation to science, technology, engineering and math. Click to view full article.

August 2018 Newsletter

Building Omaha’s Future Leaders June 2018 Celebrating STEM in Omaha  A STEM Professional You Should Know: Joe Pecha Joe Pecha is a journeyman electrician specializing in commercial projects who has worked for Miller Electric for eighteen years. He graduated from the Apprentice program through the Local 22 electrical union and also…