Missouri Mathematics and Science Coalition

The Missouri Chamber Foundation is proud to support the Missouri Mathematics and Science Coalition, which works to develop a strong STEM pipeline.

about the coalition

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The Missouri Mathematics and Science Coalition is a group of business, education, government and community stakeholders who have come together to foster collaboration to ensure Missouri citizens are equipped with knowledge and skills in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). The Missouri Chamber has been a strong supporter of the mission since its inception and facilitates the Coalition, which has an impressive list of achievements.

Our Top Goals

  • 1. Improve the performance of all P-20 students
  • 2. Expand the pool of students motivated to pursue STEM careers
  • 3. Expand the pool of Missouri’s P-20 STEM educators
  • 4. Establish a technology plan to support STEM curricula
  • 5. Increase public awareness of the value of STEM knowledge on the lives of all Missourians
  • 6. Highlight the importance of STEM-related industries in enhancing Missouri’s global competitiveness

annual events

Each year, the Missouri Mathematics and Science Coalition offers Missouri STEM Signing Day for high school students and STEM Day at the Capitol for students, educators and STEM professionals.

February 23, 2024

HEALTH CARE CAREER DAY

This statewide, FREE, virtual event takes students inside Missouri hospitals to learn about the hottest careers in health care and engage in real world learning. Save the date for our next event: February 23, 2024!

SEE 2023 HIGHLIGHTS

March 7, 2024

STEM DAY AT THE CAPITOL

Join hundreds of students, educators and business professionals for our annual STEM Day at the Capitol. This free event focuses on K-12 and higher education STEM programming.

REGISTER HERE

April 26, 2024

STEM SIGNING DAY

The program recognizes outstanding students across the state who are inspired by STEM and dedicated to pursuing a STEM career pathway in postsecondary education.

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areas of engagement

Emphasis is placed on STEM pipeline development issues by engaging in the following:

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COLLABORATION

Collaboration across local, regional, state and national STEM networks

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PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT

STEM program and initiative development

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ADVOCACY

Advocacy through public awareness

coalition membership

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Organizational Membership

Organization members can participate in quarterly meetings, and receive an e-newsletter, access to STEM-related activities and recognition in various materials.

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Individual Membership

Individual members receive an e-newsletter and access to STEM-related activities at discounted pricing. They also have the ability to engage in subcommittee work and receive general STEM information when available.

THANKS TO OUR PROGRAM SPONSORS

We greatly appreciate the generous support of our Missouri Mathematics and Science Coalition sponsors.

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READY TO JOIN?

Become a Missouri Mathematics and Science Coalition member today to show your support of STEM education.

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