THE ST. LOUIS STEM ALLIANCE

The STEM initiative in St. Louis has been distributed through a number of organizations in the region.   In 2014, the Saint Louis Science Center made efforts for collaboration to bring together the opportunities to connect students through the STEM pipeline to professions in St. Louis.   It became clear that there were a multitude of organizations that needed connection in order to make the collaboration effective.

 

Through the St. Louis STEM Alliance, the Partnership envisions a matrix organization that will allow for connection and collaboration across the STEM initiative in the region.  The public face of the Saint Louis Science Center will allow for individuals in the region to gain access to the Partnership and explore how they can benefit STEM in St. Louis.  Cortex will act as the business connection to the Alliance and will help to facilitate the business link to the STEM Pipeline.  The Engineering Center will be the hub for professionals and professional organizations to link into the Partnership.  The Math Educators of Greater St. Louis aspires to connect teachers into the organization across the STEM initiative. 

 

Saint Louis Science Center

SAINT LOUIS

SCIENCE CENTER

 

For the Alliance, the Saint Louis Science Center owns the “S” in STEM, representing science.  They will act as the public face of the Alliance. 

 

Representative: Paul Freiling, Director of Engineering

 

www.slsc.org

Cortex St. Louis

CORTEX

 

For the Alliance, Cortex is the “T” in STEM, representing technology.  They will act as the business face of the Alliance.

 

Representative: Phyllis Ellison

 

www.cortexstl.com

 

Math Educators of Greater St. Louis

MATH EDUCATORS OF GREATER ST. LOUIS

 

For the Alliance, MEGSL is the “M” in STEM, representing math.  They will act as the educational face of the Alliance.

 

Representatives: Nevels Nevels and Amanda Garner Brooks

 

www.megsl.org

Engineering Center of St. Louis

ENGINEERING CENTER

OF ST. LOUIS

 

For the Alliance, the Engineering Center is the “E” in STEM representing engineering.  They will act as the professional face of the Alliance. 

 

Representatives: Nicole Young, President-elect and Joy David, Development Director

 

www.engineeringcenter.org