Extending education opportunities through STEM

Support is the first step toward untapping potential. When people have the resources they need to be successful, they tend to see a bright future, rather than a dark tunnel. They innovate. They create. They make the world a better place.

eMentoring mentee (Stephanie Christie, fourth from the left) won a spot at the Canada Wide Science Fair

Organization empowers women through mentorship to close STEM gender gap

When The Society for Canadian Women in Science and Technology was founded in 1981, it had a simple vision: To empower, include, inspire, connect, and sustain Canadian Women in the field of STEM. 41 years later, SCWIST remains a leader in programs, partnerships, scholarships, and networks across Canada for women of all ages in STEM.

There might be a lot of organizations similar to SCWIST that have a common objective— to increase the diversity in the…

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Rotary Club Scholarship Awardees at the Everett Civic Auditorium for the Rotary Scholarship Awarding last May 17, 2022 (Photo courtesy: Rotary Club of Everett)

Fluke and Rotary Club scholarship supports a young woman in STEM

The Rotary Club is an international humanitarian organization. The Rotary Club of Everett, Washington was chartered more than a hundred years ago in 1917. Aimed at connecting people, transforming communities, and funding sustainable projects, the Rotary Club of Everett has found a need to support young students in the community with the resources they need to meet the challenges of our times.

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Two Everett Community College students using a Fluke 52 II Dual Probe Digital Thermometer to measure the temperature of gas during an experiment investigating the ideal gas law.

Local community college’s unique approach for aspiring STEM professionals

Did you know that, on average, a community college student who graduates with an associate degree earns $8,000 more compared to people who only graduated high school? Completing work in higher education has a strong track record of improving lives. Community colleges have several benefits: lower costs, more flexible schedules, transferability to four-year universities, and the list goes on.

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University of Washington alumna and beloved Fluke engineer, Stephanie Subak, inspires the next generation of women in STEM

University of Washington alumna and beloved Fluke engineer, Stephanie Subak, inspires the next generation of women in STEM

The University of Washington (UW) is one of the top-ranked universities for electrical engineering nationwide. The University of Washington’s Electrical & Computer Engineering department (ECE) values innovation and high-impact research. They’re also committed to broadening the STEM population to include more women, underrepresented minorities, and foreign nationals.

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