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This case study report shares findings about the Women in STEM2D initiative’s influence on girls’ perceptions about STEM2D.
A Commitment to Catalyzing Change: Case Studies of WiSTEM2D Implementation in 2019 (Executive Summary)
This executive summary shares findings about the Women in STEM2D initiative’s influence on girls’ perceptions about STEM2D.
Johnson & Johnson’s highly successful Bridge to Employment (BTE) initiative stems from the use of a common core of scientifically sound school-to-career principles: maintaining high standards of academic learning for all students; providing opportunities for contextual learning; creating links with institutions of higher education; and connecting students with adults in the workplace. This publication explores […]
This eModule explores the adolescent brain and provides an in depth understanding, along with tips and tools that youth mentors can use to guide and support the attainment of a young person’s goals. Also available in Spanish
A New Justice Paradigm: Collaborative Approaches for an Equitable System, explores the justice system from the perspective of criminal justice practitioners and young adults aged 18 to 24 who have been impacted by the justice system. We take this approach both to understand better— at the ground level—the system that exists and to help imagine […]
This self-directed eLearning Module explores a student-centered approach. Learn strategies to increase youth confidence and build their problem-solving and teamwork skills. Being student-centered is critical to building STEM identity.
Follow FHI 360’s STEM2D Coach and Bridge to Employment youth as they demonstrate the science behind making one of everyone’s favorite treats- ice cream! Host an event with your students where they can learn all about chemistry and how different states of matter are important in the ice cream making process.
This provides a quick overview of the Johnson & Johnson funded global Bridge to Employment program. Also available in Spanish.
In honor of BTE’s 25th Anniversary, we conducted a study to isolate 25 lessons from BTE program implementation. This report illustrates our findings.
Over 4,000 students and countless volunteers have passed through BTE over our 25 years. We have collected their stories and distilled lessons from them for the future of the program.