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PG&E STEM Scholarships DUE



PG&E is focused on California's future. To help our next generation of Californians succeed and innovate, PG&E is awarding a wide variety of college scholarships-including the PG&E Better Together STEM Scholarships.

  • Twenty scholarships of $10,000 each and 20 scholarships of $1,000 each are available to students in PG&E service areas who are pursuing a degree in an eligible STEM discipline at a four-year California college or university.
  • Students planning to enroll in fulltime undergraduate study for the 2018-2019 academic year should apply by February 5, 2018 at

Many other scholarship opportunities can be found at Tell your students or download and share this flyer today!

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6:00 PM18:00

Passport to Tech Career Pathways: An Employer-Led Coaching Tour

Calling Oakland's diverse job & internship-ready tech talent!

There's still time to register for the T2P2 employer-led, small-group coaching event, "Passport to Tech Career Pathways." A great opportunity to meaningfully build your network and benefit from company insider advice across skill areas such as software engineering, dev ops, IT, cyber security, digital media/UX.

We're excited to announce the participation of the following companies: 

AdobeAirbnb, Facebook, IDEOLocus Energy, Lending ClubUberWorkday...and the list is growing.  

Participants will explore pathways of their choice via intimate, rotating coaching groups in which employees will demo current projects/products, talk about the skills they use on the job, and answer questions about how to get a foot in the company door.

One-on-one resume review sessions will also be available.

Registration is open to job/internship-ready students, alumni, and friends of T2P2 training partners.

***This event is part of TEQuity Week, a nation-wide series of events highlighting innovations in tech inclusion.

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9:00 AM09:00

STEM Innovators in Training Experience

This one-day experience uses hands-on, project-based learning to engage high school students in the critical innovation skills needed to succeed in the 21st Century. Students attend their chosen workshop in which they learn about coding, game design, race engineering, nondestructive testing, enterprise activities and leadership principles. Each workshop poses a challenge students can choose to enter after the event. Student volunteers share lessons learned from each workshop.

Bring a minimum of 5 high school students to this team engineering & enterprise event. If you bring 40 or more high school students, the event and long-term learning is fully funded!

Choose up to $5,200 in curriculum, materials and training to implement in a new or existing Engineering, Business, STEM, Intro to CS and/or Robotics course or club.

Audience: High schools and organizations that serve high school students.

Snack & Lunch: Provided to participants.

T-shirts: Provided to all students.

Bussing stipends: Up to $300 to first 10 schools that register.

Sponsorship: Each school bringing 40 or more students can receive up to $5,200 in STEM programming.

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8:00 AM08:00

STEM Innovators-in-Training Experience VIP Coffee & Conversation

Does your school want a more integrated, interactive way to teach STEM? Does your organization support STEM education? Does your company believe in inspiring the next generation of students to choose a STEM career?

Ten80 and Partners in STEM, a 501(c)3 dedicated to promoting best practices in STEM and STEAM education, are facilitating conversations to build collaborations that expand access and participation to better serve our students, educators and employers who count on a strong workforce.  We invite leaders in STEM to share model programs and best practices with our team and others aspiring to empower all young people to understand and maximize their potential as critical thinkers, leaders and productive citizens in a prosperous society

Please join us to learn how our team, our education partners, and your organization can make a significant impact on STEM education.  Time permitting, stay to observe the STEM Innovators-in-Training Experience in action.

Please let us know if you will be joining us by emailing Don't forget to invite your colleagues, partners and friends that might be interested as well!

“Every student is a STEM student because increasingly, everyone needs the ability to think critically and apply the lessons that STEM teaches us about turning ideas into reality.”

—Terri Stripling, CEO & President

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to Apr 1

2017 California Industrial & Technology Education Association Annual Conference

Save the date for the annual, statewide CITEA (California Industrial & Technology Education Association) conference for March 31 - April 1 (Friday & Saturday). The conference will be held this year at Laney College in Oakland, CA.

CITEA is the statewide organization for industrial technology teachers (both high school and community college).

The CITEA conference is focused on helping technology educators with curriculum, connections, and camaraderie.


If you teach machining, welding, graphics, CAD, carpentry, automotive technology, wood technology, or engineering in a California K-12 system or community college, this is the conference you should attend.

They are making a special effort this year to welcome high school teachers involved with engineering programs. There will be sessions to help those teachers integrate hands-on activities into their curriculum and learn what others are doing in the field. This is an excellent opportunity for these (and all teachers) to meet colleagues throughout the state who teach in their discipline.


  • Networking with colleagues throughout the state!

  • Curriculum Ideas & Demonstrations

  • Hands-on Demonstrations

  • Technical Sessions

  • Networking!

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Deadline: Phase II of the Educators Equity in STEM Micromessaging Academy

The NAPE Education Foundation is pleased to announce an exciting opportunity for community college faculty in career and technical education (CTE) programs, and high school faculty who teach gateway courses for those programs. 

EE-STEM II 2017-2018 will bring together 6 to 10 teams of community college and secondary CTE educators in one of two locations for Micromessaging to Reach and Teach Every Student professional development, starting with a Summer Institute in 2017, followed by further engagement through Professional Learning Communities over the course of the 2017-2018 academic year, culminating in a Capstone Showcase in summer 2018.

The goal of EE-STEM II is to enhance the teaching skills and practices of community college CTE faculty, and their secondary peers teaching gateway courses, leading to improved academic outcomes for students, especially those historically underrepresented in STEM by gender, race and ethnicity, and special population status, including students with disabilities.

Community colleges nationwide are encouraged to apply. Those selected will be provided resources through an NSF Advanced Technician Education (ATE) grant for travel, professional development, and related expenses, and each faculty participant will be eligible for a stipend upon completion of the program.

The deadline to apply is Friday, March 24, 2017.

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3:30 PM15:30

Enhancing Opportunities for Women in STEM: Panel & Networking Event

Join AAUW, Girls Inc. of Island City, and MESA for a panel discussion and an evening of networking, all involved in enhancing opportunities for women in STEM.  

For parking permit and to register, click the button below: 

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11:59 PM23:59

Port of Oakland College Internship Program

The Port of Oakland’s 2017 Summer Internship Program application period is now open through Wednesday, March 8, 2017 and we are inviting talented, highly motivated undergraduate and graduate students to apply.

The program offers students to gain valuable work experience and insight into the career fields of Aviation, Communications, Engineering, Environmental Programs and Planning, Finance, Governmental Affairs, Legal and Social Responsibility.

Internships begin Monday, June 12, 2017 and end Friday, August 11, 2017.

Questions? Please call Cheryl Ho at (510) 627-1541

or email:

About the Port of Oakland: The Port of Oakland oversees the Oakland seaport, Oakland International Airport, and 20 miles of waterfront. Together with its business partners, the Port supports more than 73,000 jobs in the region and nearly 827,000 jobs across the United States. Connect with the Port of Oakland and Oakland International Airport through Facebook, or with the Port on Twitter, YouTube, and at

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