The Museum of Science and EiE are committed to closing the STEM opportunity gap for girls, students of color, and students from rural and low socioeconomic backgrounds. As part of that commitment, we have a full-time team dedicated to building partnerships and seeking funding to support under-resourced schools and community organizations.
Our goal is to inspire a generation of problem solvers and increase access to EiE’s PreK-8th grade Engineering and Computer Science curricula and professional development services for educators serving these communities. We’re partnering with educators, administrators, and organization leaders directly to meet their needs, helping them access funding and innovative new products.
We have two forms of partnership we’d like to share with you:
• Collaborative funding: Through our many partnerships, we work with corporations and foundations to increase equity and access in STEM education. This support enables us to provide both training for educators and access to EiE curricula in school districts and community organizations across the United States.
• Early access to new products: Many funders are committed to supporting innovation in STEM education. This support enables EiE to provide school districts and community organizations with the opportunity to participate in pilot testing new EiE products. Work with us to make our award-winning and proven STEM curricula available to under-served students in your community.
Are you an employee of a school district or community organization serving economically disadvantaged students? Click here to learn more about collaborating with EiE and find ways to fund the implementation of STEM solutions at your school or organization.