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The Society for Science & the Public is thrilled to share that $30,000 in STEM Action Grants have been given to seven exceptional organizations supporting STEM education and science literacy.
The program seeks to encourage community-driven organizations that advocate for the general public’s understanding of science and works to increase participation of underrepresented populations in STEM fields.
The following organizations are awardees of the 2018 STEM Action Grants Program:
Last year, the Society gave $55,000 to 13 organizations seeking to improve access to STEM education. Below, check out the impact the Society’s STEM Action Grants had on some 2017 awardees:
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