The 2020 STEM Summit has been postponed.

Update posted on 4/13/20: Due to statewide public health guidance from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, the Summit has been postponed. The Summit organizers are working on identifying a date for the next Summit.

The Massachusetts STEM Summit is hosted by the Massachusetts STEM Advisory CouncilMassachusetts Business Roundtable, and the UMass Donahue Institute.

The theme for the next STEM Summit, See Yourself in STEM: Connecting Educators to Employers, signals the launch of an exciting new era for this iconic event.

In the fall of 2019, Massachusetts held its 2nd annual STEM Week, with regional events across the Commonwealth showcasing hundreds of diverse and creative STEM education and workforce development programs. The next statewide Summit will build on STEM Week’s momentum as we explore opportunities for strengthening the STEM talent pipeline through creative approaches to building foundational STEM skills, developing high quality, guided STEM pathways for learners, and deepening employer partnerships to promote STEM career opportunities. STEM Week provided learners of all ages across the state with the opportunity to engage in opportunities on the ground and in their regions. The STEM Summit will afford us all the opportunity to convene, connect, and reflect on this progress together in order to plan for the year ahead to promote STEM as one Commonwealth.

The STEM Summit is supported by generous contributions from a broad array of public and private organizations invested in the economic vitality of the state, including businesses, educational institutions, government agencies, and non-profit entities. If you would like to now more about becoming a STEM Summit sponsor, please contact us.

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Governor’s STEM Advisory Council Massachusetts Business Roundtable UMass Donahue Institute WGBH