Building innovators to meet growing business demands as it relates to STEM!


To develop innovative leaders, through creative learning opportunities for the under-represented in Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics (STEM) and Business.

The United States has become a global leader, in large part, through the genius and hard work of its scientists, engineers and innovators. Yet today, that position is threatened as comparatively few American students pursue expertise in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM)—and by an inadequate pipeline of teachers skilled in those subjects. The federal government, under the leadership of President Obama, has set a priority of increasing the number of students and teachers who are proficient in these vital fields. President Obama has articulated a clear priority for STEM education

“…within a decade, American students must "move from the middle to the top of the pack in science and math." ….President Barrack Obama


The number of students who ultimately pursue advanced degrees and careers in STEM fields and broaden the participation of women and minorities in those fields.


The STEM-capable workforce and broaden the participation of women and minorities in that workforce.


STEM literacy for all students, including those who do not pursue STEM-related careers or additional study in the STEM disciplines.

ILP STEM Summit 2016

Some "snaps" from the 2016 ILP STEM Summit. Please come back soon to see our news letter featuring the summit.

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