Enjoy any of our previous STEM Career Connections Lunch Bunch Videos.
For a preview, check out this video featuring our friends over at Stanley Black & Decker.
The Connecticut Science Center does not do this work alone. There are incredible non-profits, educational institutions, and companies that provide resources for the STEM-inspired child and family. Below are links to some of these organizations and their offerings.
- Connecticut State Colleges and Universities
- Connecticut Center for Advanced Technology
- Girls for Technology
- Black Girls Code
- Connecticut STEM Foundation
- Department of Defense STEM Opportunities
- Army Educational Outreach Program (AEOP)
- Girls Go Cyberstart
- Skills 21 at EdAdvance
- Office for STEM Innovation & Leadership at SCSU
- Connecticut Department of Labor
With Additional Support From
- James Arthur Fairweather and Dayan Moore
- Jane I. Milas
- William C. Malugen and Nancy Martin
- Len and Robyn Wolman
- The Harvey Hubbell Foundation
- Zachs Family Foundation, Inc.
- Lizabeth H. and Richard Zlatkus