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2011-2012 School Year Summary. Bringing the excitement of STEM to students. School summary. Student contacts 11,267 Schools 98 Elementary 63 Middle 16 High 9 Combined 10 School districts 17 Volunteers 285

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2011 2012 school year summary

2011-2012 School YearSummary

Bringing the excitement of STEM to students


School summary
School summary

  • Student contacts 11,267

  • Schools 98

  • Elementary 63

  • Middle 16

  • High 9

  • Combined 10

  • School districts 17

  • Volunteers 285

  • Firms / colleges participating 35

  • Professional societies / non profits participating 36



Student ethnicity and gender
Student ethnicity and gender

Pie charts’ data are based on number of students.


School districts and schools
School districts and schools

Pie charts’ data are based on number of students.


School districts

Austin

Bastrop

Burnet

Del Valle

Eanes

Fredericksburg

Georgetown

Hays

Jarrell

Lago Vista

Lake Travis

Leander

Liberty Hill

Manor

Pflugerville

Round Rock

San Marcos

School districts

  • plus charter and private schools




Volunteers
Volunteers

Firms/colleges with

> 5 volunteers listed


Firms colleges participating

3M

Austin Community College

Advancing Robots

Applied Materials

AT&T Research Labs

Axiom Engineers Inc.

BAE Systems

Baer Engineering and Environmental Consulting

Cambridge Systems, Inc

Chemical Logic Inc

City of Austin

Dell

DEW Consulting Engineer

Focus Embedded

Freescale

Graybar Electric

HVJ Associates

IBM

Innovative Neurotronics

Intel Corporation

LJA Engineering

M3 Design

Purdue University

S.A.R. Landscape Restorations

Firms / colleges participating

  • San Antonio College

  • Silicon Labs

  • Spacetime Studios

  • Spansion

  • Tech Lead Consulting

  • Texas Commission on Environmental Quality

  • The University of Texas at Austin

  • The University of Texas Center for Space Research

  • Tokyo Electron

  • URS

  • Valentine HR


Societies and non profits participating

AAUW

ACEA

AES

AIChE

ANS

ASCE

ASEE

ASME

Austin PIE

ASPRS

BSA

Girl Scouts

Societies and non-profits participating

  • GirlStart

  • HKN

  • IEEE

  • IESNA

  • ISA

  • JA

  • NSHMBA

  • NSPE

  • NSTA

  • PMI

  • SAME

  • SAMPE

  • SHPE

  • SME

  • SMPTE

  • SPIE

  • SWE

  • TBPE

  • TFMA

  • TSPE

  • WIE

  • WIS

  • WITI

  • WTS


Training
Training

We recognize that some volunteers may not have visited classrooms recently. Lonny Stern, Director of the STEM Council at Skillpoint Alliance offers on-site training.


Other central texas stem connections
Other Central Texas STEM connections

42 requests received to support other STEM activities

Not included in the school statistics


Educator feedback
Educator feedback

  • I would just love to have them come back next year! THANKS!

  • It was great! The students really enjoyed the engineering activity.

  • This has been extremely enjoyable for my classes, both years we have participated. Thanks for getting them excited about engineering!

  • Keep up the great work! Our experience was fantastic!

  • It was great having you all come to our 5th grade again! Great experience always.

  • The visit went very well due to the wonderful work of these dedicated volunteers.

  • Great program. Thank you for providing it.



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