Sponsoring the ITEEA REACH Challenge is an opportunity to support school programs to participate and reward them through an impactful Adaptive & Assistive Technology (AT) design-thinking project for middle school, high school, and college level STEM programs, showcasing ITEEA’s mission that “Technology and Engineering Bring STEM to Life”! Teachers are guided through a series of lessons to lead their students in using their STEM skills to REACH a member of their community who has a challenge to overcome. This innovative project shows teachers how they can help students use their STEM skills to help overcome human challenges for social good.
Capital Campaign Matching Sponsor
ITEEA seeks a matching sponsor for donations collected. ITEEA’s Foundation supports programs that make children technologically literate, transfer industrial and corporate research into our schools, produce models of excellence in STEM through technology and engineering teaching, create public awareness about the nature of technology and engineering education, and help technology and engineering teachers maintain a competitive edge in technology. Includes very generous benefits, recognitions, and acknowledgements.
STEM Center for Teaching and Learning
For more than 20 years ITEEA’s STEM Center for Teaching and Learning™ had been leading efforts to strengthen professional development and advance technological and engineering literacy through four goals:
The STEM Center offers sponsors and partners direct connections with practicing teachers, administrators, and policy makers through:
Veterans Make Great STEM Teachers Scholarship
Support veterans currently enrolled as students pursuing either an undergraduate or graduate degree as a Technology and Engineering teacher. This program serves to honor those who have served our country and are now committed to serving/teaching our students.
21st Century Leadership Academy
Help provide an opportunity for rising technology and engineering educators from across the country to develop as professional leaders, develop community, and have experiences related to the promotion of technology and engineering education and technological literacy in our schools. Furthermore, best practices are being shared throughout different regions of the country via the media technology established during the course of this year-long program.
ITEEA’s highly popular professional learning STEMinars (webinars) focus on technology and engineering education best practices in STEM Education. Topics focus on proven instructional strategies and ideas that support delivery of the best possible I-STEM Ed instructional processes and practices. Hosted approximately twice a month each, ITEEA STEMinars are the perfect opportunity to get in front of a proactive, engaged, targeted audience—your ideal market.
Content – The timely content developed for STEMinars offers organizations a unique opportunity to showcase their products and services.
Messaging – Sponsor gets moderator acknowledgment and promotional message remarks in the opening.
Shelf Life – Sponsor logo and marks go on STEMinar landing pages, which are archived indefinitely and can be linked to in future promotions.
Leads – Sponsor receives contact information for all participants for each sponsored STEMinar.
Reach – The logo is incorporated into email promotions—which are sent to 60,000 contacts multiple times leading up to the event.
Branding – A sponsor “Ad” is incorporated into a STEMinar slide during closing remarks.
Email – A follow-up survey and link to the recording are sent to all participants and will include sponsor acknowledgement and link to a designated page
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