Public/Private Partnerships

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The Center for Excellence in Education works with companies, academic institutions, foundations, agencies, education organizations, and academic community groups to create and strengthen public/private partnerships to better serve urban and rural STEM teachers and their students.  CEE is grateful to have a number of companies, organizations, and foundations as partners and supporters of the Teacher Enrichment Program (TEP).
Since TEP’s inception and launch in 2012, this unique ongoing program for middle and high school science teachers has successfully been launched in CaliforniaFloridaIllinois, IndianaMaryland, PennsylvaniaSouth CarolinaTexas, Virginia and Washington, D.C.  New and continued support by companies, organization, and foundations in these states helps to ensure the success and future growth of the program to inspire students to become innovators, researchers, scientists and leaders in STEM. 
How can I partner with TEP?
 - Provide a hosting site for TEP events – Bite of Science Sessions and Teacher Roundtables
 - Provide a speaker to represent your Organization at a Bite of Science session and Teacher Roundtable
 - Place TEP in your newsletter for more people to learn about this cost-free teacher professional development opportunity
 - Assist with outreach to local high schools to invite teachers to TEP events
 - Provide a volunteer to visit local high schools to speak directly to students
 - Work with CEE to create STEM program opportunities for teachers and students
For more information on partnering with and/or sponsoring CEE's Teacher Enrichment Program, please contact:  Natasha Schuh-NuhferDirector, Teacher Enrichment Program
2017 - 2018 TEP Sponsors

Adtalem Global Education Carpenter Technology Claude Moore Charitable Foundation Edward T. Bedford Foundation
Garver USA Genentech
Hologic Lockheed Martin Nordson Corporation Unum Group
  Vulcan Materials Western Digital  
2017 TEP Partners and Supporters*

Alamo Academies
B. Braun Medical, Inc.
Blue Ridge Community College
Boeing Company
Burns & McDonnell
California State University East Bay
California State University Long Beach
Chabot College
Cisco Systems
Commonwealth of Virginia
Danville Community College
DeVry University
Dominion Energy
East Los Angeles College
Engineered Biopharmaceuticals
Florida Institute of Technology
Frederick Community College
Galveston Bay Foundation
Gannett Fleming, Inc.
General Electric
George Mason University
Hampton University
HemoShear Therapeutics
HDR Incorporated
Honda America
Houston Community College
IntraPac International
IoEnergy, Inc.
J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College
James Madison University
Jefferson Lab
JS Techlaw
KCI Technologies
Loyola University Maryland
Midlands Educaton and Business Alliance
Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute
Muhlenberg College
NASA Jet Propulsion Lab
Novartis Institutes for Biomedical Research
OMNOVA Solutions
Quartus Engineering
Raytheon Company
Roanoke Higher Education Center
San Diego State University
San Jose State University
SC Coalition for Mathematics and Science
SC Department of Commerce
SC Forestry Commission
Serco, Inc.
Southern Virginia Higher Education Center
SPAWAR Atlantic
Tampa Bay STEM Network
Thomas Nelson Community College
Toyota Motor Manufacturing Texas Inc.
Translational Research Institute for Metabolism and Diabetes
Trideum Biosciences
University of Mary Washington
University of South Carolina
University of Richmond
University of South Florida
UT Health Science Center at Houston
UT San Antonio
Valencia College
Valley Engineering
Vanguard Research
Virginia Association of Science Teachers
Virginia Commonwealth University
Virginia Space Grant Consortium
Virginia State University
Virginia Tech
Virginia Western Community College
Virginia Wildlife Center
Westen Virginia Water Authority
Westinghouse Electric Company
Wynright Corporation


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