STEM Professional - Volunteer Availability - STEM Week 2018
Background - In order to highlight the connection of strong STEM education to a talented and skilled workforce, Governor Baker and Lt. Governor Polito, in collaboration with the STEM Advisory Council, are planning a statewide "STEM Week" from October 22-26, 2018.

During STEM Week, schools will be able to highlight specific week-long STEM curriculum, special classes on particular days or showcase efforts already underway. STEM Week activities will encompass Pre-K - grade 12 learning, with a particular emphasis on middle and high school STEM courses. The Metrowest STEM Education Network (MSEN) will help plan and coordinate STEM Week programs in MetroWest.

MSEN is inviting STEM professionals - from industry, research labs and academia - to contribute to STEM Week by participating in school activities, providing examples of STEM careers and sharing their enthusiasm for everything STEM. MSEN will help match schools and out-of-school time programs with STEM professionals.
This form is for STEM professionals to share their interest in volunteering for STEM Week - October 22-26. MSEN will contact volunteers with detailed information about MetroWest schools and other sites that have requested visits and/or activities by STEM professionals. Thank you for signing up!
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