California Educators, from PK-12, who have, currently are, or plan to align their curriculum and instruction with STEAM learning and opportunities, the Environmental Principles and Concepts (EP&Cs), and the Next Generation Science Standards (NGSS). Particularly, those seeking curricular integration and Maker-driven learning environments.
California's District and County Curriculum Administrators working to challenge today's students and better prepare them for college and 21st-century careers, scale STEAM professional learning, and discover ways to broaden quality STEAM education on a systemic level.
Higher Education Professionals leading pre-service teaching programs and other pathways to increase and improve the STEAM educator pipeline, as well as those working on inclusive recruitment and persistence initiatives for STEAM majors.
National and California Associations and Non-Profit Organizations that promote STEAM awareness and solutions in California schools.
Community Programs and Philanthropies that are looking to support and partner with California educators and school districts on successful, scalable programs.
Educational Technology Companies promoting new ways of learning—in and out of the classroom.
STEAM Industry Business Partners who understand the importance of strong STEAM learning and skills needed to succeed in our 21st-century world.
Policymakers who work on innovative partnerships with STEAM industry partners, local schools and districts, and government to support accessible and equitable student learning and STEAM-career experience.