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Celebrate 9 Years of grassroots STEM collaboration in Arizona!

This year’s statewide conference brings together Arizona’s key stakeholders in business, industry, education, government, NGO, the community to:


  • share best practices, lessons learns and stories from the field
  • build unique and diverse STEM networks
  • discuss how we can work as connected ecosystem to improve public STEM awareness and improve workforce readiness

Why attend:

  • Network with 1200+ community, business and education leaders
  • 60+ panels, workshops, roundtables and talks
  • 50+ STEM exhibitors
  • Educators: Professional Development Hours Available


This year’s program will include the following 6 tracks

STEM Policy Explore how federal, state and city leaders are teaming with Arizona’s STEM Ecosystem to build opportunities for Arizona.

STEM in EducationInnovative ideas and practices to impact STEM in and out of the classroom.

Broadening Participation in STEMJoin conversations of how we can collaboratively increase STEM access for ALL Arizonans.

Tricks of the trade for STEM organizersBest practices to plan, promote, engage your community, and build partnerships for your STEM events.

STEM WorkforceWhat lies ahead for Arizona’s STEM workforce? Join important discussion about Arizona’s workforce pathways and how we can collaborate to fill the gaps in careers such as Advanced Manufacturing, Cybersecurity and Aerospace.



Register Today

Best Deal Available:

  • Company Team - 10 pack - $200

Individual Admission:

  • Educators - $25 (Early bird - $20)
  • Students - $10 (Early bird - $5)
  • General Public - $35 (Early bird $30)
  • Group of 10 or more – contact conference@SciTechInstitute.org

Exhibitor & Sponsor Tables:

  • 1 Table - $350

Lunch – on-site lunch options will be available.

Exhibit or Sponsor – limited space to showcase your STEM at the conference.


Details

Start: September 17, 2019
09:00 am
End: September 17, 2019
05:00 pm
SciTech Institute

Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts, East 2nd Street, Scottsdale, AZ, USA

East 2nd Street 7380
85251 Scottsdale AZ
United States

Platinum Kickoff Sponsors

Gold Kickoff Sponsors

Strategic Collaborators

Arizona Technology Council Foundation

The Arizona Technology Council Foundation is dedicated to supporting STEM education (mostly informal experiences) by carrying out projects, programs, fairs, bowls and festivals that focus on STEM.
  • www.aztechcouncil.org
  • Arizona Technology Council Foundation

    Mission: STEM or science, technology, engineering and mathematics represent the disciplines of knowledge by which we understand, measure, and design our world. STEM education is an integrated, interdisciplinary approach to learning that provides project-based and relevant experiences for students in the STEM disciplines. This type of education offers students one of the best opportunities to make sense of the world holistically, rather than in bits and pieces. STEM education removes the traditional barriers erected between the four disciplines, by integrating them into one cohesive teaching and learning paradigm. The Arizona Technology Council Foundation is dedicated to supporting STEM education (mostly informal experiences) by carrying out projects, programs, fairs, bowls and festivals that focus on STEM. The purpose of this support is to motivate students to seek educational and career paths in STEM-related fields. The Foundation also sponsors students who are pursuing careers in technology through scholarships and grants.

    Vision: The Arizona Technology Council Foundation will be a collaborative organization, serving to productively align the technology-oriented assets of the state, and attracting grants, resources and support from both within and beyond the state’s borders by promoting and connecting Arizona’s industries, leaders and successes and building a world class community of technology sophisticated workers.

    The Arizona Technology Council Foundation relies heavily on fundraising and generous donations from people that want to support the growth of focused STEM education in Arizona. A donation for education is easily accepted via check (please address check to the Arizona Technology Council Foundation and mail to 2800 N. Central Avenue, Suite 1530, Phoenix, Arizona 85004) or our PayPal account. To donate today using our PayPal account, please use the button below.

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Arizona Commerce Authority

The Arizona Commerce Authority is an aggressive economic development organization focused on advancing the state's economy both through the recruitment of quality companies and jobs and the expansion of companies already doing business in Arizona.
  • www.azcommerce.com
  • Arizona Commerce Authority

    The Arizona Commerce Authority (ACA) is the state's leading economic development organization with a streamlined mission to grow and strengthen Arizona’s economy. The ACA uses a three-pronged approach to advance the overall economy: recruit, grow, create – recruit out-of-state companies to expand their operations in Arizona; work with existing companies to grow their business in Arizona and beyond; and partner with entrepreneurs and companies large and small to create new jobs and businesses in targeted industries.

    The ACA is overseen by a public-private sector board composed of Arizona leaders in business and policy. The board is overseen by Arizona Governor Doug Ducey and co-chaired by Brian Mueller, President and CEO of Grand Canyon University. Joining them on the board is a group of prestigious private-sector business leaders, elected officials and university presidents.

    The ACA’s executive management team drives the organization’s day-to-day operations, ensuring it maintains focus on the recruitment of quality companies and jobs to the state of Arizona. This team brings together the best and brightest in economic development, management and communications.

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Scottsdale Public Library

Scottsdale library is graciously opening up multiple spaces on campus for our conference discussions.
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