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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. ​Oct. 27, 2017 — ​The Northeast Florida Regional STEM2 Hub along with the Northeast Regional Partner
for, Florida State College at Jacksonville, will host a wine and cheese social connecting its corporate board members
with K-12 Principals and guidance counselors representing districts across seven Northeast Florida counties on Wednesday,
Nov. 8. A representative from, Don Miller, will facilitate conversations about the critical importance of computer science
education in preparation for Computer Science Education Week on Dec. 4-10.
WHEN: ​Wednesday, Nov. 8
6 – 7:30 p.m.

WHERE: ​Museum of Science and History

1025 Museum Circle
Jacksonville, FL 32207

WHO: ​School administrators and guidance counselors from Baker, Clay, Duval, Flagler, Nassau, Putnam,

and St. Johns counties
STEM2 Hub board members
FSCJ administrators
Don Miller,’s regional manager for the Southeast U.S.

“With the demand growing for college graduates with a computer science degree, we feel it’s essential to collaborate with our
educational partners to ensure the students in and around our community receive integrated curriculum that will best prepare
them for postsecondary education and the workforce,” said FSCJ President Dr. Cynthia Bioteau in a news release announcing
the new partnership in April 2016. “Our partnership as a Professional Learning Partner allows us to emphasize
bringing computer science education to every school.”
“FSCJ’s partnership with draws teachers from all over Florida to Jacksonville for professional development in computer
science education, so we are incredibly fortunate to have them right here in our community. This event will strengthen
relationships between K-12 educators, FSCJ and, and our corporate board members so that we can work together to
improve computer science education access and quality in our schools,” said Robert Copeland, executive director of the STEM2
Through the partnership, FSCJ provides quality professional development to educators in Clay, Duval, Flagler,
Nassau, Putnam, and St. Johns counties, with Baker County starting soon. The Nov. 8 social is hosted by the STEM2 Hub and
FSCJ along with the support of Pitsco.
About​ ​the​ ​Northeast​ ​Florida​ ​Regional​ ​STEM​
​ ​Hub

The Northeast Florida Regional STEM2 Hub represents an investment made by 15 companies headquartered in Jacksonville to
convene, inspire, and invest in the STEM2

field by providing the essential missing elements to accelerate the growth of STEM2
education and careers in Baker, Clay, Duval, Flagler, Nassau, Putnam, and St. Johns counties. For a list of corporate board
members and more information about the STEM2

field in Northeast Florida, visit our website at

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