Key partners of the Indiana STEM Ecosystem include:

Committed to building the future of safety science, UL Research Institutes’ Office of Research Experiences & Education created Xplorlabs in 2015. This free online education platform encourages students to investigate and solve real-world phenomena through science.

The DeBruce Foundation is committed to expanding pathways to economic growth and opportunity, The Foundation provides free solutions and supports initiatives that positively impact the way youth and adults look for, prepare for, and pursue careers.

Make48 is a nationwide invention-competition docuseries available on PBS & ‘This Old House Makers’ channel that gives everyday people 48 hours to plan, prototype, and pitch a new idea to solve a challenge within 48 hours.

ESCs of Indiana represent the 9 regional ESCs across Indiana. Each regional ESC serves the schools within its designated geographical region through a variety of programs and services such as professional development & cooperative purchasing.

STEMx is a national network of STEM education leaders who collaborate to advance high-quality STEM education as a workforce and equity imperative.

TIES is a global organization that brings together partners in a wide range of fields and industries to reimagine STEM. Serves as the backbone organization of the STEM Learning Ecosystems Community of Practice (SLECoP).

Other Valuable Partners Across the Years: