These organizations and companies have shown a dedicated interest to improving STEM education in America. Want to add your organization? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Aerospace Industries Association - A trade association representing America's largest aerospace and defense manufacturers.
Carnegie Corporation of New York - This hundred-year-old organization provides grants to do "real and permanent good in this world."
Change the Equation - A consortium of more than 100 companies dedicated to transforming STEM education in America.
Dow Chemical Foundation - One of the world's largest chemical manufacturers, Dow's philanthropic arm tries to open students' eyes to STEM career opportunities.
Intel Foundation - The computing giant's foundation runs the world's most important science fair.
Journal of STEM Education - Published twice a year, this academic journal has the latest research on STEM happenings.
Khan Academy - Salman Khan's free online instructional videos are a terrific resource for students trying to learn anything from physics to finance.
MATHCOUNTS - More than 100,000 middle school students compete in this national "math bee" program.
National Center for the Advancement of STEM Education - An organization that focuses on training qualified STEM teachers.
The National Center for STEM Elementary Education - A center focused on improving STEM education for young students.
National Center for Technological Literacy at the Museum of Science, Boston - Creates K-12 engineering curricula and provides professional development for STEM teachers.
National Math and Science Initiative - One of the country's most influential STEM organizations -- NMSI's work has been highlighted by President Obama in speeches.
National Science Teachers Association - A 60,000-strong organization committed to promoting excellence and innovation in science teaching.
Northeastern University Center for STEM Education - This newly-established center hopes to make Northeastern University a key developer of talented, young STEM teachers.
Siemens Foundation - Provides more than $7 million annually in support of STEM initiatives.
STEM Education Coalition - A STEM lobbying organization.
TAP Coalition - An organization dedicated to increasing the annual number of STEM graduates.
Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation - An organization that helps STEM professionals looking for a career change to transition to teaching.
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