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Tallo Welcomes the Greater Bridge STEM Ecosystem - Tallo

Welcome to Tallo,
Greater Bridgeport STEM Ecosystem!

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The Greater Bridgeport STEM Ecosystem is a network of local nonprofits, universities, the science museum, the regional business council, STEM employers, and the Bridgeport (CT) School District promoting STEM literacy for all, strengthening the local STEM workforce pipeline, and promoting intergenerational STEM learning opportunities. ACCESS 4 Kidz and Caribe Youth Leaders were the first organizations in the ecosystem to join Tallo. This organization has a relationship with Lockheed Martin, the Bridgeport school district, and community business, partners.

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About Greater Bridgeport STEM Ecosystem

The Greater Bridgeport STEM Ecosystem recognizes the importance of strong STEM competency across generations and the role STEM skills play in promoting a vibrant local economy. All of our partners are working to understand what it means to become a member of the STEM Learning Ecosystem Community of Practice and how will our community, businesses, and education systems benefit from it. Local nonprofits, universities, the science museum, the regional business council, STEM employers, and the Bridgeport School District all participate in this work and are engaged in strategizing to develop a shared vision, planning and prioritizing design principles including promoting STEM literacy for all, strengthening the local STEM workforce pipeline, and promoting intergenerational STEM learning opportunities.