STEM Alliance partners

  • European Schoolnet

    European Schoolnet and CSR Europe act as coordinating bodies of the STEM Alliance. The two networks jointly coordinate the various industries, representatives from education systems, schools, teachers and pupils involved in the initiative.

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  • Amgen

    Making a positive difference in the world is at the heart of what we do at Amgen—and it goes beyond making vital medicines.

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  • Cisco

    With STEM Alliance, Cisco Networking Academy aims to ensure greater European visibility for efforts undertaken to promote the attractiveness of STEM studies and jobs

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  • EPCA

    The European Petrochemical Association and its member companies have long identified education as a key area of interest to promote and develop.

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  • IBM

    There is a growing need for STEM professionals, yet the number of students studying STEM subjects, particularly girls is not keeping pace.

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  • Lenovo

    Lenovo Education is committed to STEM, and recognises the importance of driving these curriculum aspects and delivery of solutions to maximise teaching and learning capability in relevant subjects in schools.

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  • Microsoft

    Microsoft is pleased to be part of the STEM Alliance, to ensure close cooperation between Ministries of Education and industry in re-thinking STEM education across Europe

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  • Shell

    Shell has joined STEM Alliance to underline the importance of STEM education in a European context.

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  • Transport Malta

    Transport Malta is the Authority for Transport in Malta. As a government authority, Transport Malta was set up to assume the functions previously exercised by the Malta Maritime Authority, the Malta Transport Authority, and the Department of Civil Aviation.

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  • DASSAULT SYSTEMES

    We have always been working with various associations such as the European Society for Engineering Education or the American Society for Engineering Education. By having a common strategy, this group will have enough influence to change STEM perception and create attractiveness.

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  • GSMA

    GSMA Europe represents the interests of European mobile network operators as well as companies in the broader mobile ecosystem such as handset and device makers, software companies, equipment providers and Internet companies.

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  • Johnson & Johnson

    Johnson & Johnson's commitment to harness the power of diversity to improve the health and well-being of people around the world.

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  • LEGO Education

    We believe that expanding knowledge and building academic and 21st century skills will create active, collaborative, lifelong learners. Together with educators, we aim to enable every student to succeed in education and be prepared for future life challenges.

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  • Texas Instruments

    Texas Instruments Incorporated (TI) seeks through strategic investments, long-term relationships and partnerships with educators and their organizations to develop and support proven, successful education programs that can be scaled and replicated.

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  • Airbus Foundation

    With the STEM Alliance, working with Ministries of Education and teachers in Europe and around the world, the Airbus Foundation aspires to highlight the role industry can play in inspiring youth in STEM.

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  • Dell Technologies

    Dell Technologies is the leader in digital transformation, providing digital technology solutions, products, and services to drive business success.

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  • Oracle Academy

    Oracle Academy advances computer science education globally to drive knowledge, innovation, skills development, and diversity in technology fields.

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  • SISSA Medialab

    Since 2005 Sissa Medialab has organized training courses for the explainers of science museums, and many courses in science communication dedicated to scientists and researchers.

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