Sponsored Programs

Our first TIES liaison, Veniese Bradley-Mitchell, hosting "Sustainability by Design" session.

Enlightened Self-Interest

Our philosophy of collective impact is that of enlightened self-interest, in which we share resources with other key stakeholders in the community for the greater good, which eventually serves all of us well.   The North Louisiana STEM Alliance has created an asset map, gap analysis, SWOT (strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats) analysis, and SMART (specific, measurable, achievable, results-focused, and time-bound) goal planning through the assistance of our national organization (STEM Learning Ecosystems www.stemecosystems.org) and the Teaching Institute for Excellence in STEM (TIES). 

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Beaird Family Foundation

Support for "Building Capacity of the North Louisiana STEM Alliance and STEM Computer Science at Huntington High School" thanks to the Beaird Family Foundation.

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Queensborough Progressive Citizens

Provided Boe-Bots to Huntington High School, which went on with the help of Dr. Chester Wilson from Louisiana Tech University to win in the statewide Regional Autonomous Robotics Competition (RARC), a project of NICERC.

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Bars without Barriers Prison Outreach

 This is a training program in which offenders in the Caddo Correctional Center’s Work Re-entry program are trained to engage their own children in hands-on STEM (science, technology, engineering and math). Offenders receive up to 12 contact hours of professional development training and 12 contact hours with their children to practice their techniques.  Originally supported by the Beaird Family Foundation; currently funded by the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS).

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Watershed to the Red Environmental Education

Funding from the Louisiana Environmental Education Commission to hold a teacher Professional Development Workshop on watershed stewardship.

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Shreveport-Bossier Mini Maker Faire

The fourth-annual Shreveport-Bossier Mini Maker Faire will be held on Saturday, September 7, 2019 at the Agricultural Building at the Louisiana State Fairgrounds, 3701 Hudson Avenue in Shreveport. The event is organized by a passionate team of professionals looking to enrich STEAM programming in North Louisiana, including members from NWLA Makerspace, Sci-Port, the North Louisiana STEM Alliance, Caddo Parish Parks & Recreation.

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