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Snohomish STEM Summit

Wednesday, January 31, 2018

Location: Angel of the Winds ArenaPrice: $30.00 - $40.00

The Snohomish STEM Summit provides an opportunity to foster discussion, engagement, and innovation across the education and workforce sectors. Convene with key leaders in our county, review indicators, and address career connected learning and STEM opportunities that can help close the skills gap of our future workforce.

Breakfast will be provided. Doors open 30 minutes prior to program start time.

Featured Speaker


Jenée Myers Twitchell, PhD

Research scientist and the Director of Advancement at Unite:Ed

She also works as as Special Advisor to the Deans for Postsecondary Success & Advancement.

Jenee was the first in her family to attend college and grew up in rural eastern Washington (outside of Yakima). She attended the University of Washington and earned a bachelor’s in International Studies, and never really left. As an undergrad, she co-founded the UW Dream Project. As she pursued her masters and eventually her PhD at the UW in educational policy, she continued to grow the Dream Project’s reach and scope, most recently as the program’s executive director. Her academic pursuits led her to focus on regional collective impact strategies that aim to dismantle institutional and systems structures in order to increase educational attainment outcomes, especially for marginalized students. She is now the Special Advisor for Postsecondary Success & Advancement for the UW’s College of Education and Undergraduate Academic Affairs, working on a Gates-funded research study investigating higher education capacity to meet labor market needs in Puget Sound. She is also an adjunct lecturer for the Higher Education Leadership graduate program in the College of Education, teaching about cradle through college theories and approaches to education and economic prosperity. Jenée sits at the intersection of big data, the lives of students/families/practitioners, and rigorous research. She is leading the way for systems changes that will increase equity and prosperity in our region, and from which other regions and states across the country can learn and build.



About the Snohomish STEM Network

The goal of the Snohomish STEM Network is to increase STEM awareness, skills and impact for all students. The network engages with community, education, government, and industry to foster a STEM-skills learning pipeline for the 21st Century workforce that supplies businesses with local talent and drives opportunity and prosperity for all in Snohomish county.

Currently, the network has three strategies for increasing access to STEM learning experiences:

  1. Promote interest in and access to STEM
  2. Build educator capacity in STEM
  3. Increase STEM learning opportunities directly for students

Please contact KandaceB@snohomishstem.org for more information.

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2000 Hewitt Ave, Everett • Wednesday, January 31, 2018 • 7:30 am - 9:00 am


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