Programs

Who We Are

The East Valley STEM Alliance (EVSA) is a free networking group open to valley companies, school districts, nonprofits with STEM programming and City’s Economic Development staff. The EVSA connects our community’s K-12 students to technology and innovation with a goal of increasing the pipeline of future STEM talent and leaders. By partnering with industry and the academic community, we strive to meet the demands of the future workforce by inspiring students to consider STEM careers.

 

Why Join East Valley STEM Alliance?

Are you passionate about STEM and creating opportunities for students? If so, this collaborative group is interested in your input and creativity to enhance STEM awareness in our community. Some of the benefits of participation include:

  • Guest Speakers
  • STEM programs and resources
  • Employee Volunteer Opportunities
  • Networking
  • Upcoming STEM events
  • Field trips to interesting locations
  • Leverage financial investments and volunteers
  • Identify internship opportunities
  • Access to STEM Professionals

 

Events

The EVSA generally meets the fourth Wednesday of each month from 7:30 to 9:00 AM.  Join us by submitting the form below and share your vision to improve workforce readiness in our communities. Please RSVP to Renee Levin to attend.

 

Past Events

Speakers from various organizations shared their vision and ways they can support our mission. They include:

 

Values

Learning, sharing, partnering and staying informed and involved in the community.

 

Industry Members

 

Volunteer Request Form

If you would like to recruit STEM professionals to volunteer for your event, then please download the Volunteer Request Form below.

Once completed, please email the form to Renee.e.levin@intel.com 60 days prior to your event.

EVSA-Volunteer-Request-Form

Join the East Valley STEM Alliance

If you are interested in joining the East Valley STEM Alliance please complete the form below.

On completion, your information will be submitted to Renee Levin, Intel’s Community Affairs Manager, to review and follow-up.

East Valley STEM Alliance Inquiry