The SFN Annouces Greater Cincinnati STEM Collaborative (GCSC) As One of 27 Inaugural Communities To Launch The STEM Learning Ecosystems Initiative

The STEM Funders Network (SFN) announced today that Greater Cincinnati is one of the 27 communities to pilot the national STEM Ecosystems Initiative. This project, built on over a decade of research into successful STEM collaborations seeks to nurture and scale effective science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) learning opportunities for all young people. Greater Cincinnati's selection is a demonstration of their existing progress in developing a strong STEM community and recognition of the commitment to continue this work.

"We are thrilled that we've been selected to join this initiative and the Community of Practice," said Mary Adams, Program Manager for the Greater Cincinnati STEM Collaborative (GCSC). "Through innovative programs like the STEM Bicycle Club we're bringing togther partners from across the region for the good of students and their futures. Support of the STEM Funders Network and collaboration with colleagues across the United States will accelerate progress against our mission to create a robust STEM pipeline of talent to meet the accelerating demand for STEM jobs in our region."

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