Authentic STEM Tool Kit

Authentic STEM Toolkit

The Authentic STEM Toolkit was initiated in New York by the North Country Workforce Partnership (NCWP), a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization supporting the efforts of the local Workforce Development Board and the University of Siegen (Germany).

The energy surrounding the original Authentic STEM pilot as an innovative workforce and education program embraced by the business community was present from the start. The NCWP’s partners at the Workforce Development Institute (WDI) of New York State understand the potential of the program while supporting a practical strategy for sharing this successful experience with other local areas. This Authentic STEM Toolkit is made possible thanks to their generous support. The Toolkit is made possible thanks to their generous support. These tools and recommendations will help local areas like yours to replicate the program, eliminate risk, and achieve success.

Below you will find web-accessible and PDF versions of each segment of our pre-program tools. Note: Many of the tools are password protected. If you are interested in accessing these files, please contact us and we’ll get you connected! Non password protected documents/pages are indicated with an “*”.

More tools are currently being developed.

A Case for STEM-Based Career Exploration*
Profile of Local Areas
Partnership Evaluation
Becoming an Authentic STEM Partner
Program Mentor Matching
Tips for International Collaboration
Why Authentic STEM?*
Stories from students, instructors, and school leaders
Template for Local Area Partnership Proposal
Template for School Partnership Proposal
Template for Business Partnership Proposal
Get in touch!

We believe Authentic STEM will raise the collective tide of your reigon!

Join this groundbreaking program that has the potential to bring widespread changes to our schools, businesses, and communities!

Below are the contact information for our American Authentic STEM National Co-Directors:

Sylvie (518) 561-0430, ext. 3075
Jordon (518) 561-0430, ext. 3083
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