MTEN operates as a key convener to link and promote science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) educational programming in Delaware County.
Led by Purdue Polytechnic Anderson and the Future of Work Muncie, MTEN collaborates with local businesses, K-12 schools, higher education and community organizations to:
Strengthen cohesive linkages among all stakeholders along the "STEM Education to Workforce pipeline" to improve the vitality and sustainability of the local workforce
Promote and energize regional STEM programming that establishes the skills necessary for a competitive and innovative future economic base
Create new programming to prepare and inspire students for STEM-focused careers and college readiness
IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN PURSUING ANY OF THE ABOVE OPPORTUNITIES, PLEASE CONTACT THE FUTURE OF WORK TEAM.
CONNECT WITH MTEN
MTEN AREAS OF FOCUS:
Student Development – MTEN partners with Purdue Polytechnic Anderson, local K–12 schools, and community organizations to develop STEM-focused programming for students.
Educator Development – MTEN supports local educators through initiatives such as Workplace Field Trips and the Educator Maker in Residence program.
Workforce Development – MTEN partners with local businesses and organizations to offer custom workforce training, certificate programs, and the Accelerated Leadership Program through Purdue Polytechnic.
SUMMER 2022 PROGRAMS
FOR STUDENTS GRADES 2–12 AND FAMILIES
STEM EDUCATION TO WORKFORCE PIPELINE
The STEM Education to Workforce pipeline provides a roadmap to STEM-related job opportunities.
K–12 students can prepare through a STEM career through one of the following entry points:
STEM Explorer Workshops, Workplace Field Trips, VEX Robotics, or Dual Credit classes through Purdue or Ivy Tech for high school students
High school graduates can enter a STEM career through Custom Workforce Training, Certificate Programs, or a Purdue University degree.