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June 13 | Volume 11 - 2019

  2019 President’s Education Awards Program Recipients

Founded in 1983, the President's Education Awards Program (PEAP) honors elementary, middle and high school students for their achievement and hard work. The program has provided individual recognition from the President of the United States and the U.S. Secretary of Education to those students whose outstanding efforts have enabled them to meet challenging standards of excellence. This year nearly 2.25 million students were recognized for their educational accomplishments from more than 25,000 public, private and military schools throughout the country. A full list of 2019 President's Education Awards participating schools by state and territory is available here. According to the announcement, students from 468 schools were listed in North Carolina this year. Please enjoy your e-Update. Tweet us @NCSTEM with feedback or thoughts about this issue or future ones.


iScholars win national competition

The SMART Collaborative’s iScholars at Neal Middle School in Durham recently received first place for their innovative school of the future in a national design competition hosted by the Association for Learning Environments.



STEM West seeks new AmeriCorps VISTA

STEM West is embarking on exciting work to expand the amount of STEM education opportunities offered in diverse learning spaces. The VISTA at STEM West will focus on supporting and expanding high-quality STEM programs beyond the school day by establishing a sustainable communications system. This position is based in Hickory..



Submit to Kenan Fellows leadership journal

The Journal of Interdisciplinary Teacher Leadership (JOITL), an online scholarly publication of the Kenan Fellows Program for Teacher Leadership, has announced its call for papers for its next issue to be published in December 2019.



Find great STEM jobs at NC STEM Center

There are more than a dozen career and job opportunities currently listed in the Job Seekers section of the NC STEM website - including fun summer and other seasonal positions. Quick, easy, free site registration required.



Featured Program

Operation Xcel

Recognizing the need to prepare children differently for success in the 21st century, Operation Xcel in High Point provides future-focused after-school, summer, and mentorship programs. Learn more. Click or tap the button below to view more great programs at NC STEM Center.




Featured Opportunity

Robotic Exploration

Youth ages 6-15 have the opportunity to explore the ins and outs of robotic engineering this summer at the Nehemiah Community Empowerment Center in Greensboro. Learn more. Click or tap button below to view all the great STEM opportunities at NC STEM Center.




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Sustainability in Manufacturing: Craft Brewing

What are the top 10 things you can do right now to achieve sustainability in your brewery? Find out on June 18 by attending the Sustainability in Brewing event in Greenville hosted by the NCEast Alliance and ECU Center for Sustainable Energy and Environmental Engineering supported by the North Carolina Craft Brewer's Guild. Learn more.





STEM Mentoring + Making Awards

US2020 has announced the 4th annual STEM Mentoring + Making Awards to be held Aug. 7 at the University of Cincinnati. The award ceremony will be held in conjunction with US2020’s bi-annual network event. Applications are now open for this year's award categories through June 1. Learn more.





Close It 2019

The leading conference gathering thought leaders and practitioners from education, technology, policy, and foundations will be held at the Santa Fe Convention Center in New Mexico this October. Learn more.



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