We have created a comprehensive progress report for Years 1-3 of the grant that can be downloaded here.
Summary of E3 STEM Grant Performance – Years 1-4
- Total number of students served to date: 486
- Students currently active in the program: 231
- 88-Class of 2019
- 99-Class of 2020
- 44-Class of 2021
- College credit earned in STEM career pathway courses: 3991
- Career counseling sessions: 5384
- Service learning efforts: 892
- Certifications earned: 64
- Career exploration/Work experiences in the field: 1646
- Internships: 282
- Mentoring interactions: 326
- Tutoring hours: 370
- Leadership development experiences: 1511
- Number of support services provided: 2358
- Partnership growth: 6 –> 31 from year 1 to year 4!
E3 STEM 2018 – 19 Goals
- Expansion/Integration: Work with AVHS STEM Leadership team and others to expand STEM career exploration opportunities for E3 STEM and ALL AVHS students over the next two years.
- Career Counseling: Create and implement a detailed plan for 2018-19 school year that provides a clear scope and sequence for students.
- Mentoring: Continue to grow the mentoring program and make sustainable model.
- Internships: Continue to expand work experiences including internships.
- Tutoring: Expand tutoring program to serve more students. Work to make sustainable post-grant. Integrate into courses and programs.
- In-class tutors.
- Continue to educate and market to AVHS administrators, faculty and community.
- Increased parent involvement: more opportunities to be involved in the STEM activities (field trips, school events, etc.); increased awareness of college course options; more opportunities for parents contribute their skills through work experience activities; increased parent volunteer opportunities.
- E3 STEM Program Awareness: Create more awareness of E3 STEM programming from AVHS for sustainability by involving staff/administrators more in the program.
- STEM Inspires: Plan and launch STEM Inspires intervention program. Work to expand beyond E3 STEM to more AVHS students after piloting with E3 STEM students.
- Fab Lab: Continue to expand the use of the fab lab and build sustainable model for post-grant period.
- Expose students more to post-secondary college and career options.
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