New Economy New Rules: National STEM Mentoring Movement Lands in Indianapolis
Six months ago, President Obama announced that Indianapolis was one of just seven cities selected to receive funding and resources to launch a STEM mentoring program as part of the US2020 City Competition.
The TechPoint Foundation for Youth stepped up to serve as project manager with a guiding coalition of 40 founding partners. The US2020 plan is specifically focused on increasing STEM opportunities and STEM excitement for girls, underrepresented minorities, and children from low-income families.
Join us Dec. 5 for an update from some of the US2020 partners and an important discussion about the next phases of the program, especially how you and your company can get involved.
- David Becker, President and CEO, First Internet Bank
- Stephanie Bothun, Director of Education Initiatives, City of Indianapolis
- Carole Puls, Communications Business Partner, Roche Diagnostics
- Laura Dodds, Executive Director, TechPoint Foundation for Youth
When: Dec. 5, 2014
Time: 8 a.m. (Eastern) Registration and Breakfast | 8:30 - 9:30 a.m. Presentation
Location: Barnes & Thornburg LLP | 5th Flr Auditorium | 11 S Meridian, Indianapolis
Other Barnes & Thornburg offices in Elkhart and South Bend; sometimes available in B&T offices in Chicago, Grand Rapids, Washington DC, Atlanta (GA), Minneapolis, and Columbus (OH).
Also cooperating facilities in Evansville, Kokomo, Merrillville, and Scottsburg.
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