Winners were selected based on their approaches to building local STEM mentoring and maker-centered learning movements. These communities are models for how others across the country can work across sectors to leverage local assets and develop new strategies to bring engaging learning opportunities to students underrepresented in STEM.
Learn more about each of our finalists and winners, as well as our findings about the state of STEM mentoring in the US in our report, Making Mentor Movements, below.
REPORT: Making Mentor Movements
How communities across the country are scaling STEM mentorship and maker-centered learning experiences for underrepresented students through cross-sector partnerships to bridge the opportunity gap.