The North Central Valley STEM Center is a Regional Collaborative Partnership between area leaders in education, industry and businesses from throughout the Northern Central Valley and beyond. Our mission is to help our region prepare the nation's most STEM-capable graduates.
Nominations are Open for the 2018 North Central Valley STEM Awards
download the nominations below and return to Bret States email@example.com by April 20, 2018
Albert Brocchini Memorial STEM Teacher of the Year - Nomination Form
Mel Cardenas Memorial CTE Student of the Year - Nomination Form
North Central Valley STEM Education Award (STEM Student of the Year) - Nomination Form
Summer Hire Manufacturing Internship for High School Students
The North Central Valley STEM Center and Rare Parts, Inc. have partnered to develop Summer Hire, which is a manufacturing internship for a high school student. This will be a paid internship that will span 8-10 weeks starting in early June and running through July. This internships is ideal for students in Engineering and other Career Technical Education programs that use skills such as drafting. This internship will involve hands-on training and work as well as using computer technology. This internship will run from June - August.
Please contact Bret States at firstname.lastname@example.org or 209.468.4961 for more information. Applications are now open and are due back by 12:00pm on April 20, 2018.
Congratulations to our 2016-2017 Award Recipients!
Albert Brocchini Memorial STEM Teacher of the Year - Stephan Unterholzner, Sierra High School
STEM Student of the Year - Samuel Cornelison, Stagg High School
STEM Advocate of the Year - Dr. Joanna Albala, LLNL
Manteca Bulletin Article about the awards dinner
Bret States, STEM Coordinator, SJCOE
Kirk Brown, Director of STEM, SJCOE
Michael Cardenas, National Security Technologies
Laura Ochoa-Sanchez, San Joaquin Delta College Dean of Math, Science and Agriculture
Jim Hetrick, University of the Pacific
Joanna Albala, Education Manager, LLNL
Nora Hana, Afterschool Programs Coordinator, SJCOE
Some of our current partners include: