Members

Ecosystem Membership

Philadelphia Ecosystem Members are stakeholders actively engaged in local STEM education efforts. They are part of a diverse and dynamic spectrum of individuals and organizations: schools and school districts, intermediaries and community-based groups, museums and environmental centers, colleges and universities, government agencies, and businesses and corporations. To learn more about being an Ecosystem member, email Nancy Peter at npeter@philaedfund.org.

There is no fee to become or obligation associated with being a STEM Ecosystem member, Members can simply be recipients of emails and announcements, or they can participate in Workgroups, in meetings, and in online discussions.

Member Benefits

  • Contact and collaboration with people from different sectors of STEM education

  • Access to an agile network of colleagues that respond quickly to inquiries 

  • Ability to influence STEM education, policy, and funding

  • Connections to national Ecosystems and their issues, ideas, and resolutions

  • Invitation to special meetings and webinars

Steering Committee

The Steering Committee is a small group of Ecosystem members, including Workgroup representatives, that cultivates synergy between the Ecosystem goals, activities, and Workgroups.

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Contact

Nancy Peter

Director, McKinney Center for STEM Education 

npeter@philaedfund.org

215-665-1400, ext. 3342

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