Competitors shine at the 2017 California Invention Convention. Read the article.
California Invention Convention attended the 1st ever Summit for state Invention Educators at the Henry Ford Museum in Michigan. The annual National Youth Invention and Entrepreneurship Educators Summit brough together youth invention, innovation and entrepreneurship program organizers. Read the article.
Brocade Communications, Charter Founding Sponsor of the California Invention Convention, was recognized as one of the top 50 Corporate Philanthropists in Silicon Valley by the Silicon Valley Business Journal. The Corporate Philanthropy awards ceremony was held November 3rd at the Marriott Santa Clara with corporations and non-profits from Silicon Valley in attendance. Margaret Tamisiea from Brocade was there to accept the award. We are so grateful for the sponsorship and support of Brocade Communications.
Young inventors from our Proof of Concept program head to Washington DC. Read the article
California’s public colleges and universities are failing to graduate enough students with degrees in health fields and the so-called STEM subjects — science, technology, engineering and math — to meet the state’s growing job demands, according to a new report. Read the article
The National Science Foundation has awarded Sacramento State a five-year, $1.9 million grant to help 20 middle school and high school teachers become education leaders in the STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) disciplines. Read the article.