An investment with an impact
In 2014, the 3rd annual U.S. News STEM Solutions National Conference will take place in Washington D.C. By becoming a sponsor, your supporting investment gives you unprecedented visibility among the 2,000 change agents who are leading the charge and making a difference. Additionally, your participation provides you with an action-driven opportunity to impact the STEM conversation and play an important role in discovering solutions.
If your organization has a stake in the successful evolution of the STEM workforce in the United States and recognizes the need for real change, make your voice a part of the conversation. Make your investment where it matters.
“At ACT, we are focused on utilizing our data and research to promote educational and career opportunities for traditional, as well as non-traditional, students in the STEM arena. At the 2014 US News STEM Solutions National Conference we will be highlighting the initial ACT STEM Condition Report. In this report, we take a detailed look at the expressed and measured interest of students in STEM and align that data with their aptitudes in Science and Math. We have also developed a STEM categorization which helps parents, educators, STEM Councils, as well as business and industry leaders, focus on the strengths of current programs and initiatives.” - Steve Kappler, ACT, Assistant Vice President and Head of Postsecondary Strategy
“The U.S. News STEM Solutions conference is a good opportunity for Texas Instruments to engage with other STEM education leaders and share ideas for growing our future workforce. We’re committed to partnering with educators, nonprofits, foundations and other corporations to transform STEM education in the U.S. We want to effectively develop more STEM-capable workers, creating a diverse workforce with creativity and innovative ideas and an ecosystem where innovation can thrive.” - Steve Lyle, Texas Instruments Director, Engineering Workforce Development & University Marketing
“The U.S. News STEM Solutions Conference is a key opportunity to share industry insights and partner with business, education, and government leaders to connect the dots between science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) education and careers. Many of the world’s most significant engineering challenges will be met decades in the future by the next generation of engineers and scientists. National Instruments believes the best way to encourage students to pursue careers in engineering and science is to give them rigorous, but fun, hands-on experiences with real-world engineering tools. We invest in improving science and engineering education globally to motivate and empower today’s students to become tomorrow’s innovators.” - Ray Almgren, National Instruments, Vice President, Marketing