Free and open to the public
As part of HUBweek 2018, join United Way of Massachusetts Bay and Merrimack Valley for a panel discussion featuring leaders in STEAM education to learn about techniques they’ve used to engage students from underserved Boston neighborhoods in hands-on design activities. The conversation will highlight innovative STEAM education programs inside and outside the classroom, as it relates to the future of our STEAM workforce and will begin with understanding the landscape of STEAM education in the Boston area, including best practices for companies looking to engage in this work.
Registration is required.
Please note: all Open Doors sessions require either a free or paid pass to HUBweek 2018. You can register for a pass here and add this session to your agenda during the registration process. If you have already registered, you may add this session to your agenda by clicking here.
Design Thinking Artist & Strategist, Board member BSA Foundation
SVP Community Impact, United Way of Massachusetts Bay & Merrimack Valley
Head, Corporate Responsibility & Social Partnerships’, Biogen
Program Manager AMER East, Salesforce
STEAM Pathways Manager, Sociedad Latina