Submit Your K-12 STEM Symposium Award Nominations


A Boolean Girl teaches a STEM Symposium attendee how to code.

Know any great STEM leaders? Here’s your opportunity to shine a spotlight on these trailblazers and tell the world — well, perhaps mostly the Washington, D.C., area — about their work in motivating and encouraging young minds to pursue STEM.
WashingtonExec’s K-12 STEM Symposium Awards Program recognizes and honors businesses and individuals for their efforts to develop or promote K-12 science and technology programs that add value to the local community and inspire the next generation of STEM leaders.

Two awards will be presented at WashingtonExec’s 2018 K-12 STEM Symposium — one for a local company’s overall contributions to STEM education, and the other for an executive who personally made a significant impact on STEM education. Additionally, each category will receive two honorable mentions.

To qualify, nominees must be able to attend the April 14 awards ceremony at the Nysmith School in Herndon, Virginia

To submit a nomination, click here.

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